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MOST READ Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next BREAKING: Cop killed, 11 hurt in Misamis Oriental grenade blast Miami Heat center Chris Bosh gestures as he speaks during a news conference before the start of an NBA basketball game between the Heat and the Boston Celtics, Monday, March 9, 2015, in Miami. Bosh is recovering after falling seriously ill because of blood clots on one of his lungs. The Heat said that Bosh is scheduled to resume “full basketball activities” in September. APMIAMI — A person with knowledge of the situation says Chris Bosh and the Miami Heat have agreed on the next steps to remove him from the roster and the team’s salary cap.The person says Bosh’s issues with blood clots have been determined as a career-ending injury situation, which will allow the Heat cap relief going forward, adding that Bosh cannot play for Miami again but may still seek medical clearance from another club if he decides he wants to play elsewhere.ADVERTISEMENT Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’ 5 matches to watch in Day 7 at French Open LATEST STORIES Cayetano dares Lacson, Drilon to take lie-detector test: Wala akong kinita sa SEA Games Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Every 18 seconds someone is diagnosed with HIV The person spoke to The Associated Press Friday on condition of anonymity because the agreement has not been announced publicly.Bosh remains on the Heat roster and will stay there until the team needs his cap space.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutHe has not played since February 2016. Bosh’s 2014-15 and 2015-16 seasons were shortened by bouts with blood clots. Pagasa: Storm intensifies as it nears PAR Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games View comments BSP survey: PH banks see bright horizon amid dark global recession clouds Palace: Duterte to hear out security execs on alleged China control of NGCP BREAKING: Cop killed, 11 hurt in Misamis Oriental grenade blast
India’s Test captain Virat Kohli is delighted that a skillful fast bowler like Mohammed Shami is back in the team as he possesses the ability to hit the “perfect Test match length”, which would be necessary for the upcoming tour of the West Indies. (Virat Kohli wants India to press hard in Test arena)Shami had been out of international cricket for more than 15 months after the 2015 World Cup, where he bowled with an injured knee. He later underwent a surgery and missed the series against Sri Lanka and South Africa. (Kohli says Wriddhiman Saha is India’s first choice wicket-keeper in Tests) On what he feels on Shami’s return as he has not played a lot of cricket save a few IPL matches and club games, Kohli answered: “Shami is obviously a very skillful guy and we all know that. He has a lot of ability with the ball. The way he releases and pitches the ball, it’s more than perfect for Test cricket. I mean the line and length that he hits is always attacking no matter how the wicket is.” (Dhoni and Kumble lead India into Drum Circle session)KOHLI HAILS SHAMI’S SKILLSKohli then went on to explain what makes Shami a cut above the rest in the longer version. (Also Read: Dhoni’s message to Team India – Have fun in life, you will be successful)”The best thing is if its seaming and swinging, he can bowl the conventional line and length. If it’s reverse swinging, he knows exactly where to bring the ball from. He has a great sense and feel of how to get a batsman out. We are working on the aspect of mental strength of his game. The thing that we push for him is more consistency.”advertisementKohli said after a long lay-off (about 15 months) from the Indian team, Shami is hungry to perform well in Tests against the West Indies.”He had a great season before he got injured. He couldn’t play the World T20 due to injury, so I am sure he is eager to make a comeback and prove (his worth) all over again,” said Kohli.
Indian Super League ISL 2017: Delhi Dynamos sign Spanish full-back Edu Moya and Dutch forward Guyon Fernandez Nisanth V Easwar Last updated 2 years ago 18:15 12/9/2017 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Delhi Dynamos Indian Super League Odisha The Delhi-based club had earlier roped in Gabriel Cichero, Matias Mirabaje and Paulinho Dias and Kalu Uche and have now signed two more players… Indian Super League (ISL) side Delhi Dynamos have added Spanish full-back Edu Moya and Dutch forward Guyon Fernandez to their ranks ahead of the upcoming season.31-year old Guyon joins the two-time ISL semi-finalists from Dutch Eredivisie side ADO Den Haag while 36-year old Edu Moya makes the switch from Spanish 3rd division side CP Cacereno.Born in Netherlands, Guyon went onto represent Curacao at the International stage, where he was part of the squad that played in the 2014 Carribean Cup and was called up by the then head coach Patrick Kluivert for the World Cup Qualifiers. Article continues below Editors’ Picks ‘I’m getting better’ – Can Man Utd flop Fred save his Old Trafford career? Why Barcelona god Messi will never be worshipped in the same way in Argentina 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 The striker started his professional career with ADO Den Haag back in 2007, before joining the likes of Excelsior, Feyenoord, NAC Breda in the Dutch top division and Perth Glory in the Australian League.Having started his career with CF Extremadura, Moya went onto represent the likes of Mallorca, Celta Vigo, Hercules in the Spanish top division before moving to Bolivar, the most successful side in the Bolivian League. The defensive stalwart has played close to 300 matches at the club level.Moya’s versatility and his ability to play multiple positions could help the Delhi-based club in the fourth season of the ISL. Speaking of the capture of two good foreign players, Head Coach of Delhi Dynamos, Miguel Angel Portugal said, “I am delighted to welcome Guyon and Edu Moya to the club. Moya comes with a huge amount of experience after having played in the Spanish top division for so many years and his presence in the squad will definitely come in handy this season. Guyon meanwhile will bring goals to the side. His signing adds further steel to the attacking line-up of Delhi Dynamos.”“Guyon Fernandez is going to be a crucial part of our attack this season. He was high on our list during the offseason and I’m happy to have him help lead our attack for this season. Edu Moya meanwhile is an extremely versatile and fit player who can play multiple positions. He is someone who Coach Portugal really liked and believes that he can be a good role model for our younger defenders,” Delhi Dynamos Director Rohan Sharma said.The Delhi-based club had earlier roped in Gabriel Cichero, Matias Mirabaje and Paulinho Dias and Kalu Uche in an attempt to bolster their foreign firepower and have now signed a total of six foreign players.
Story Highlights “It sure helps and makes life a lot easier if there is the belief that all hands are on deck,” says Principal for the John Rollins Success Primary School in Barrett Town, St. James, Yvonne Williams-Wisdom. This optimism, they note, stems from the ever increasing willingness of parents to get involved in school activities, and also what they are calling “a more transparent and proactive approach” on the part of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information and its regional bodies in engaging teachers, principals and other stakeholders in meaningful dialogue. Educators in western Jamaica say they are approaching the 2018/2019 academic year with a renewed sense of optimism. Educators in western Jamaica say they are approaching the 2018/2019 academic year with a renewed sense of optimism.This optimism, they note, stems from the ever increasing willingness of parents to get involved in school activities, and also what they are calling “a more transparent and proactive approach” on the part of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information and its regional bodies in engaging teachers, principals and other stakeholders in meaningful dialogue.“It sure helps and makes life a lot easier if there is the belief that all hands are on deck,” says Principal for the John Rollins Success Primary School in Barrett Town, St. James, Yvonne Williams-Wisdom.“With the 1,000-plus students that are expected to be roaring through our corridors come next Monday (September 3), of course we have had to do some extensive preparations… and which we could never have accomplished without the help of our school community,” she tells JIS News.Mrs. Williams-Wisdom further notes that the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information must be commended for “its unwavering commitment” to the continuation of the lunch and breakfast programmes for needy students and also for being there to assist with “our preparations”.“I must also send a big shout-out to our parents who have been there every step of the way. Of course, we will still have our fair share of challenges, but from where I sit, I am confident we are ready for the start of the new school year,” she says.For her part, Vice-Principal of Godfrey Stewart High School in Westmoreland, Emily Ricketts, says while challenges continue, one of the main pressure points is the increasing number of requests by students and their parents for transfer to her school.“Godfrey Stewart has emerged as a school of choice for many students in Westmoreland. Unfortunately, especially so close to the start of back-to-school, we are unable to accommodate many of the transfer requests we have been getting,” she says.Ms. Ricketts tells JIS News that because of early preparations throughout the summer, the school is well prepared to open its doors for students come Monday.“We are all very positive and excited about the prospects of a very good school year,” she adds.Over at Maldon Primary in Maroon Town, St. James, optimism for the new school term could not be any higher. “We continue to have our fair share of problems with water and also the need for some infrastructural upgrade at our facility,” Principal Audrey Bernard-Kilbourne explained.“We, however, have been good and adept at working with what we have, and our dedicated teachers and students are ready for whatever lies ahead. Yes, we are ready for the new school term,” she says.In the meantime, over in Montego Bay at Cornwall College, Principal, Michael Ellis, says expectations are also high.“September morning will be a new day for Cornwall College,” he told the gathering at a recent graduation ceremony for the Cornwall College Class of 2018 at the Montego Bay Convention Centre.The Principal notes that the new school term will be seeing the ushering of a new master plan –‘Operation Regain and Retain’ –a plan aimed at returning Cornwall College to its famed glory days.
zoom Djibouti’s Doraleh Container Terminal Management Company has signed a contract with Singapore-based shipping company Pacific International Lines (PIL), which is set to bolster cargo volume at the terminal by 33 pct, the Djibouti Ports and Free Zones Authority (DPFZA) said.Namely, the port deal is expected to bring an additional 300,000 TEU containers to the terminal per annum.“This agreement is a first important step towards Doraleh Container Terminal (DCT) fulfilling its capacity potential,” the ports authority is cited by Reuters as saying.The contract comes on the heels of Djibouti’ termination of the concession contract with Dubai-based port and terminal operator DP World for the operation of DCT.The decision has prompted DP World to launch new arbitration proceedings in London against the Government of Djibouti.DP World dubbed the move “illegal seizure of control” and a culmination of the government’s campaign “to force the company” to renegotiate the terms of the concession.The Government of Djibouti, on the other hand, attributed the decision to the poor performance of the container terminal.According to a statement from Djibouti Ports and Free Zones Authority, since 2008, DCT has achieved only 57 pct of its total volume, despite operating in a favorable import/export environment.“In the meantime, DP World developed other ports in the countries close to Djibouti and used aggressive tactics such as the deliberate slowing of the development of DCT in favor of their main asset at Jebel Ali,” DPFZA said.Djibouti has since assumed management of DCT, which has been placed under the authority of the Doraleh Container Terminal Management Company. The terminal has a capacity of 1.6 million TEUs per year.
The State Minister said that under President Maithripala Sirisena, Sri Lanka has been able to obtain assistance from several countries, including the US and India. He said that Sri Lanka will not forget the assistance given by China in the past but the Government feels Sri Lanka cannot move forward only with the backing of China.The State Minister said the Government has also noted the importance of having very close relations with India. He said Sri Lanka’s international relations have improved after January 8 last year when the new Government took office. He said that the Government will however also take decisions as a sovereign country while working with the international community. (Colombo Gazette) The Government says it has the backing of all UN Hyman Rights Council (UNHRC) member countries including those who opposed Sri Lanka when the former Government was in power.State Minister of Finance Mahinda Samarasinghe said that Sri Lanka cannot go forward by having close links only with a few countries.
Peter J. Thompson/National Post files A $600-million partnership between Cargojet Inc. and Amazon.com Inc. will give the online retailer the option to purchase nearly 15 per cent of the Mississauga-based air cargo carrier over the next seven and a half years.The deal sent Cargojet’s stock soaring by more than 20 per cent Friday morning before falling back a bit, even though analysts said the deal doesn’t materially change the financial outlook for the company.“It’s just basically intertwining their interests,” said Nick Corcoran, an analyst for Calgary-based Acumen Capital. Inside Amazon and Shopify’s race to master time and space in e-commerce Cargojet breaks even in first quarter compared with a profit a year ago FedEx won’t be flying Amazon parcels around the U.S. anymore “I don’t see this changing my numbers, but I think this just addresses one of investors’ concerns about the stock, in that people didn’t really know what Amazon’s strategy would be.”Under the deal, Cargojet will issue warrants to Amazon allowing for the purchase of up to 9.9 per cent of voting shares over a six and a half year period at $91.78 per share, if Amazon delivers up to $400 million in business volume over the same period. The share price was determined by the volume-weighted 30-day average immediately before the deal was reached.Amazon will have the option to purchase another five per cent of Cargojet if the e-commerce giant brings in another $200-million worth of business, after the first tranche of warrants has vested.Ultimately, several analysts said the deal offers certainty to both companies, and it’ll give Amazon an opportunity to benefit from Cargojet’s success.Robert Kokonis, president and managing director of AirTrav Inc., a Toronto-based aviation consulting business, said the deal indicates how important e-commerce is becoming in the world of shipping and logistics. “At the end of the day, it’s all about locking up capacity, right? Because in the world of e-commerce giants and whatnot, there’s only a certain amount of airline capacity out there, unless you yourself want to go out and buy jets, which is an expensive proposition,” Kokonis said.“Why would you want to take that risk? Let CargoJet be the one to go out and secure those assets.”In recent years, Amazon has made a major push to build out a network of warehouses and shipping infrastructure, in order to drive faster delivery times for customers.A recent study by RBC Capital Markets found that today roughly 57 per cent of Canadian households are served by same-day or one-day shipping, compared to 16 per cent of Canadian households in 2015.According to an RBC survey at the end of 2018, 85 per cent of Canadians had purchased something from Amazon, compared to just 32 per cent of respondents buying from Walmart Inc., the second-place e-commerce provider.To service their e-commerce volumes, Amazon has opened seven fulfillment centres across the country, with two more scheduled to open later this year in Ottawa and the Greater Toronto Area. Each of the two new fulfillment centres are around one million square feet.The cluster of five Amazon fulfillment centres in the GTA was enough to make Kokonis wonder if Cargojet will shift operations in order to better accommodate Amazon.“I don’t know if (this deal) might change things. Would Cargojet, for example, look to establish a secondary hub at Toronto Pearson airport?” he said.“Cargojet’s big hub is in Hamilton at the John C. Munro International Airport and this is really going to give an additional, further boost to that airport.”On a call with analysts, Cargojet management emphasized that the deal doesn’t buy Amazon preferential treatment on shipping, even though they have an option to buy a piece of the company.Cargojet founder, President and CEO Ajay Virmani at his Mississauga, Ont., offices, in August 2016. “It is worth emphasizing that a stronger targeted network is beneficial to all our existing customers,” said Ajay Virmani, president and chief executive officer. “Whenever we have added a major customer in the past the expanded and enhanced network was made available to all our customers. This created a new opportunity for everyone, (and) we will continue with that philosophy.”Virman also noted that for now Cargojet’s existing fleet can handle the workload.“(But) if the volume grows, as you know e-commerce is growing tremendously in this country, and if we see the need to expand, we definitely will. But at present time I think we can handle it for the next couple of years.”• Email: email@example.com | Twitter:
VICTORIAVILLE, Que. — Pierrick Dube scored with 1:01 left to play as the Quebec Remparts slipped past the Victoriaville Tigres 3-2 on Wednesday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action.Christian Huntley and Thomas Caron also scored for the Remparts (11-11-5). Dereck Baribeau made 21 saves for the win.Adam Gaudreau and Dominic Cormier replied for the Tigres (11-12-3). Fabio Iacobo kicked out 26 shots for Victoriaville.Quebec couldn’t score on its three power plays and the Tigres were 0 for 1 with the man advantage.—SCREAMING EAGLES 6 SEA DOGS 2SYDNEY, N.S. — Ian Smallwood’s goal at the 12:25 mark of the first period was the eventual winner as Cape Breton rolled past Saint John.Shaun Miller, Gabriel Proulx, Adam McCormick, Olivier Bourret and Isiah Campbell rounded out the attack for the Screaming Eagles (14-11-2).Charlie DesRoches and Anthony Boucher replied for the Sea Dogs (2-21-3).The Canadian Press
A 28-YEAR-OLD MAN is in serious condition at Cork University Hospital after being struck by a car in Cork last night.The collision happened at around 8pm last night when the pedestrian was hit by the vehicle at Upper Strand in Youghal. He was brought by ambulance to CUH. The condition of the driver is not known.The road remains closed while a forensic examination of the scene is carried out this morning. Diversions are in place in the area.Gardaí have asked for any witnesses to contact Youghal Garda Station on 024 – 92200 or the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111.
Noonan, Hayes and Mitchell in Dublin just now. #election2014 #finegael pic.twitter.com/zHTAwLqjBZ— Órla Ryan (@orlaryan) May 20, 2014 Updated 11.11pmMICHAEL NOONAN HAS said the government will review its approach to discretionary medical cards after this week’s European and local elections.The finance minister said action would not be taken on the matter this week to avoid it being dismissed as a “stunt”.The review of medical cards has to be changed. We’re not going to do it before the election because we’d be accused, probably, of some kind of stunt. Shortly after the election that issue will be at rest, preparatory work has been done already.The government has been sharply criticised recently after many people lost their rights to the cards.Noonan was speaking at an event in Dublin this afternoon where he and outgoing MEP Gay Mitchell officially endorsed Fine Gael’s European election candidate in the capital, Brian Hayes.Noonan said that he was initially “disappointed” when he found out that Hayes, who is the junior minister at the department of finance, was going to run for a seat in Europe.He said Hayes was the right person for the job but, if elected, it would mean a huge loss to the both department and him personally.Hayes returned the favour, describing Noonan as the “glue” that holds Fine Gael and Labour together.He also welcomed Noonan’s recent promise of income tax breaks in this and next year’s budgets. Source: Órla Ryan/Twitter “More money in people’s pockets will encourage spending in the domestic economy which only incentivises job creation. The best and fairest economic stimulus of all is a tax cut. Supporting job growth must remain the clear focus of government and tax breaks for people at work is the logical next step,” Hayes stated.He added that many emigrants are not coming home due to our “penal” tax rates.Opinion pollsNoonan denied Labour’s poor showing in recent polls was a cause for concern, saying all coalition ministers were doing “a very good job”.Noonan said opinion polls often gave “contradictory” information during what is a “very volatile campaign”. He added that while out canvassing with Ireland South candidate he encountered “very little friction on the doorstep”.We signed up for five years … our job is not finished.He stressed the importance of voting in the local election, saying councillors “will decide how people’s taxes are spent”.Mitchell, who has been an MEP for Dublin since 2004, said Hayes was the “right man” to send to Europe.In the European Parliament it’s more to do with perseverance, networking, contact with the group you’re a member of. The European People’s Party, with which Fine Gael is affiliated, is the most respected and is going to be the biggest group [in the Parliament].Mitchell said an effective MEP was someone who could negotiate and compromise, not a person who would always complain and ”jump up and down”.- First published 4.16pmRead: ‘They took the medical card from our little girl. She has Cerebral Palsy and may never walk’Related: Outsourcing of medical card reviews to German company blamed for ‘bizarre judgements’Read: Noonan: Income tax burden will be eased next year, Gilmore: ‘It’s too soon to speculate’
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Priscilla Savvopoulos, a student of Doncaster secondary college in Victoria, has been awarded the prestigious Giamiadakis Award for best student of the year in Modern Greek. Priscilla, who scored a perfect 50 out of 50 in Greek as part of her VCE Year 11 studies was presented with the award at the opening of the annual conference of the Modern Greek Teachers Association of Victoria (MGTAV). This year’s conference was attended by 65 teachers of Greek from across the state who came together to examine the latest methadologies to enhance their teaching of Greek, developments in relation to the national curriculum, and to network with colleagues.
Suncity Group looking to develop new resort hotel in Okinawa, Japan after US$10 million land purchase Osaka approves Yumeshima site for commercial development in latest IR move Load More RelatedPosts Suncity Group, Bloomberry Resorts unveil Wakayama IR visions Japan’s IR Promotion Headquarters has outlined its intention to implement three key lines of work, including the establishment of the country’s Casino Administration Committee, by 1 April 2019.The plan was revealed on Tuesday by Toshiya Morishige, Secretary General of the IR Promotion Headquarters, at a study session for municipalities hosted by the Japan IR Association and taking place in the 2nd House of Representatives diet member’s hall. The process of developing Japan’s IR has been on schedule since the promulgation of the IR Development Act in July of last year. “The IR Promotion Headquarters is currently proceeding with three lines of work. Of these, a government bill is in the works. We intend to complete the procedures this fiscal year for implementation on 1 April,” Morishige said.Toshiya MorishigeAs well as establishment of a Casino Administration Committee, the three lines of work also include preparation of a government ordinance and preparing a basic policy to be drafted by the Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism.This also includes the collection of public comments regarding the “IR (specified complex tourist facilities region) Development and Promotion Ordinance (draft)” as announced on 1 February and previously reported by IAG. The deadline for these comments was 4 March.Morishige also explained at Tuesday’s meeting the basics of International Conference Halls and Exhibition facilities, with MICE to form an essential part of Japan’s IRs.Japan is looking to make its IR MICE facilities among the largest in the world, with an international conference hall with a maximum capacity of over 6,000 people. Currently the largest in Japan are the Tokyo International Forum and Pacific Yokohama with capacities of 5,000.This enormous exhibition hall is expected to cover more than 120,000 square meters, far exceeding Tokyo Big Sight’s 95,000 square meters.
Fishing boats in Petersburg’s South Harbor (KFSK file photo)The National Marine Fisheries has published a final rule allowing use of electronic monitoring instead of an on-board human observer for smaller longline and pot gear fishing vessels. The final rule published Tuesday, August 8 allows vessels under 60 feet fishing for halibut and groundfish to volunteer for video camera monitoring for next year’s season.Chris Rilling is the director of the fisheries monitoring and analysis division at the agency’s Alaska Fisheries Science Center in Seattle.“Many of these vessels have had limitations in terms of space or life raft capacity for carrying an observer and so we’ve been working with these vessels to develop electronic monitoring alternatives to collect the data we need for management purposes,” Rilling explained this week.A series of cameras is used to document fish species that are caught, kept or tossed back overboard. That information is used to manage fisheries. One camera also monitors compliance rules on discarding fish overboard along with seabird avoidance measures used on each boat.The rule applies to part of the fleet that’s under partial coverage; not every boat is required to carry an observer. Instead observers have been placed on randomly selected boats. 90 vessels volunteered to be in the program this year, what’s called a “pre-implementation phase.” This final rule makes the voluntary video monitoring permanent and it takes effect September 7th. The deadline to apply to take part in electronic monitoring for next year is November 1st. All boats, even those already entered in this year’s phase have to re-apply by that date in order to take part next year.Dan Falvey of the industry group Alaska Longline Fishermen’s Association thinks electronic monitoring (EM) in its first phase has been working well.“We’ve been in pre-implementation for two years now and every year more boats indicate an interest in signing up,” Falvey said. “Mostly it’s just because they’re learning about EM systems and making a decision whether taking a camera and turning it on when selected is more compatible with their vessel operations than trying to take a human observer out.”Falvey said the final rule is a long time coming. He credited Senator Lisa Murkowski for persuading the agency to consider the alternative type of monitoring and thanks the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation for grant funding to industry associations for the program.Groundfish boats already pay a one and a quarter percent landing fee for the observer program. The federal agency this year and next is covering the cost of video monitoring. Starting in 2019, that money will pay for both human observers and electronic monitoring.The agency expects coverage on around 30 percent of trips next year. That’s higher than the coverage rate for observers on those boats this year. Other fleets in Alaska are already using electronic monitoring mainly for compliance with fishing regulation and limits.Boats eligible to apply for the electronic monitoring will be getting a letter from the federal agency. The online application system is not expected to be up and running until later this summer. Once it is functioning fishermen can apply here or contact a call center at 1-855-747-6377.
Prime minister Sheikh Hasina speaks at a press conference at her official residence Ganabhaban in Dhaka city on Friday. Photo: PIDPrime minister Sheikh Hasina on Friday said it is not her policy to divide any party or do anything that leads a party to a split.”To divide a party or to do anything (harmful) to any party isn’t my policy. We usually get many proposals…I’m very much rigid about it,” she said while responding to a question at a press conference at her official residence Ganabhaban.The press conference was convened to brief the media about the outcomes of the official visit of the prime minister to Brunei from 21 to 23 April last.Sheikh Hasina said those who formed parties under the purview of agencies they know their path very well. “They sought their shelter there…it’s not a matter to divide a party… why should we go for that? ” she questioned.Hasina, also the chief of the ruling party, firmly said Awami League has enough manpower and followers, and it does not need any more from other parties.”AL itself is enough to ensure the welfare of people,” she said.The prime minister said every party has its own characteristics and they are very much independent to take any decision regarding their own party as the country has multiparty democratic system.”BNP is a political party; whatever it does it is its own political decision. Any other party cannot impose their decisions on them,” she said.Regarding the oath-taking move by a BNP MP defying the party decision, Hasina said there is no pressure from the government on the elected MPs to take oath.”Why should we put pressure on them… they’ve already said the people of their own constituencies are mounting pressure on them… they took the oath on their own,” she said.Hasina mentioned that the BNP MP after taking his oath said he would speak for his own party in parliament.Responding to a question about the much-talked-about parole of Khaleda Zia, the prime minister said for availing of parole one has to apply first. “So far, no one has applied for that,” she added.
“Javier Muñoz, our leading man, is the broken mirror where the most materialistic aspirations of modern society are reflected,” they added, calling the film “our most personal and bold proposal.”Netflix has signed one talent deal in Spain, with Alex Pina, the creator of “Money Heist” (“La casa de papel”). Since releasing its first Netflix Original film order in Spain with Roger Gual’s “Seven Years,” Netflix has moved, however, to collaborate on a single film basis with outstanding Spanish directors such as Isabel Coixet, on the upcoming lesbian drama “Eliza and Marcela,” and Daniel Sánchez Arévalo, who is working on coming of age drama “Diecisiete.”Netflix also announced recently that Argentine director Gabriela Tagliavini is directing “A pesar de todo,” a female-focused comedy road trip film starring Spanish superstars Blanca Suárez, Macarena García, Amaia Salamanca and Belén Cuesta. All three of these new films are scheduled for release in 2019. A thriller, turning on an “obsession” which “knows no limits,” Netflix announced in a statement Tuesday, “Hogar” exploits the Spanish sense of “hogar” as not only a home but the place where one belongs, telling the story of Javier Muñoz, once a successful executive who after a year of unemployment makes the fateful decision with his family to leave the apartment that they can’t afford.One day, he discovers that he still has a set of keys to his old home, starts spying on the young couple that now lives there, then, little by little, begins infiltrating their lives, determined to recover the life he has lost, come what may.Bruna Cursi, a sought-after actress after her Spanish Academy Goya winning performance in “Summer 1993,” and Ruth Díaz (“Tarde para la ira”) complete the key cast of film about two couples who, Netflix said, are apparent strangers but for one thing in common: an apartment.An admired character actor for years, Gutiérrez broke through to far broader acclaim playing a police officer with a compromised past in Alberto Rodriguez’s “Marshland,” starred in Movistar +’s breakout comedy hit “Spanish Shame” and in Spain’s Oscar submission “Champions,” which has earned $22.2 million at Spanish cinema theaters this year.Casas has gone the other way. Spain’s biggest heartthrob, thanks largely to TV roles and “Palm Trees in the Snow,” he has taken on evermore challenging character roles, climaxing in his performances in “Contratiempo,” which grossed $25 million in China, and as a Nazi concentration camp inmate in “The Photographer of Mauthausen.”David Ramírez (“Narcos”), David Selvas (“Contratiempo”), Raül Ferré (“What The Future Holds”), David Verdaguer (“10.000 km”) Vicky Luengo (“Las leyes de la termodinámica”), and Ernesto Collado (“The Realm”) also form part of the cast.“Hogar is a project we’ve been dreaming about for years that explores some of our favorite topics: Desire, ambition and the insanity hidden beneath the peaceful surface of everyday life”, David and Alex Pastor stated. MADRID — Unveiling its highest-profile Spanish original film to date, Netflix announced on Tuesday that Spanish actors Javier Gutiérrez and Mario Casas will star together for the first time in “Hogar.”Shooting in Barcelona, “Hogar” has initiated production and will premiere only on Netflix in 2020.“Hogar” is directed by Spanish brothers Alex and David Pastor, who have carved a reputation for upscale genre films or thrillers, working with leading U.S. and Spanish companies such as Paramount Pictures (“Carriers”) and Morena Films (“The Last Days”). It is produced by Barcelona-based Nostromo Pictures, one of Spain’s most internationally-minded production houses whose credits include the Damien Chazelle-written “Grand Piano” and Rodrigo Cortes’ “Red Lights,” with Cillian Murphy, Sigourney Weaver and Robert De Niro. “Hogar” marks the first Netflix Original collaboration between the U.S. streaming giant and Nostromo. ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15 Popular on Variety
Kolkata: Calcutta Medical College and Hospital (CMCH) Principal Uchhal Bhadra fell ill after he was heckled by some MBBS students, who continue to protest for the past eight days at the hospital premises, demanding a new hostel accommodation.It is alleged that it was a politically motivated incident, where the Principal was targeted with mala-fide intentions.It happened after a scuffle broke out during the agitation inside the hospital on Tuesday. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeThe Principal was immediately taken to the Cardiology department of the hospital for treatment. He was, however, shifted to SSKM Hospital in an ambulance.A section of doctors in the hospital said that agitating students tried to put block the ambulance from going away. They called it an unfortunate incident.Earlier in the day, the Principal of CMCH held a press conference regarding the ongoing students’ agitation.He said the CMCH authorities have agreed to meet the demands. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedThe agitating students were assured that they would be given a new hostel accommodation, whereas in some of the cases, the condition of some hostel rooms would be improved. Around 276 hostel rooms have also been allotted by the CMCH authorities.But the agitating students refused to listen to the authorities and demanded rooms in the new hostel building.They gheraoed the Principal when he was coming out of the press conference. The incident triggered tension on the medical college campus on Tuesday. It was learnt that Bhadra, who has blood pressure, felt chest pain following the incident.After primary treatment in CMCH, the Principal was taken to SSKM Hospital, where he is currently undergoing treatment in the ITU. Several tests were performed on him.The agitating students, however, threatened to submit a memorandum to the Governor placing their demands.The second, third and fourth year MBBS students of CMCH started a protest agitation inside the hospital campus, nearly seven days ago, demanding a new hostel for them.The move was taken after the first year MBBS students were given a new hostel by the CMCH authorities.The students taking part in the agitation alleged that the hostel meant for them is not in a good condition.
Visual Basic issues in Windows August 2019 Updates by Martin Brinkmann on August 15, 2019 in Windows – 16 commentsMicrosoft added a new known issue to all cumulative updates that it released for Windows client and server versions in August 2019.The issue states that applications may stop responding if they use Visual Basic 6, Visual Basic for Applications, or Visual Basic Scripting Edition. Apps may throw the error “invalid procedure call error” in that case.After installing this update, applications that were made using Visual Basic 6 (VB6), macros using Visual Basic for Applications (VBA), and scripts or apps using Visual Basic Scripting Edition (VBScript) may stop responding and you may receive an “invalid procedure call error.”Cisco XenApps appear to be affected by the issue according to a post on Born’s site.All cumulative updates that Microsoft released appear to be affected by the issue. The known issue has been added to release pages for all supported versions of Microsoft Windows:Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2: KB4512486 and KB4512506Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2: KB4512488 and KB4512489Windows 10 version 1507: KB4512497Windows 10 version 1607 and Windows Server 2016: KB4512517Windows 10 version 1703: KB4512507Windows 10 version 1709: KB4512516Windows 10 version 1803: KB4512501Windows 10 version 1809 and Windows Server 2019: KB4511553Windows 10 version 1903 and Windows Server 1903: KB4512508Microsoft notes that it is investigating the issue currently and that it plans to distribute an update as soon as the issue is resolved.Microsoft revealed plans last month to disable VBScript by default on machines running Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2008 R2 or 2012 R2. The company disabled VBScript on machines running Windows 10 a month early already.Microsoft has not revealed additional information about the issue; it is likely that it is related to the announced disabling of VBScript on all versions of Windows.Organizations — and the bug affects organizations for the most part — who run apps or tools that require a Visual Basic flavor may want to block the August 2019 updates until the issue is resolved. Those who have installed the patches already can uninstall the Windows Updates to resolve it.Closing WordsAn issue that affects all different versions of Visual Basic on all supported versions of Windows, that is a major one. Microsoft really needs to rethink testing and evaluating of updates to avoid major breakage like this from happening especially if it concerns in-house products like Visual Basic.Now you: what is your take on this issue?SummaryArticle NameVisual Basic issues in Windows August 2019 Updates DescriptionThe August 2019 cumulative patches for all supported versions of Microsoft Windows cause major breakage with Visual Basic applications.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisement
Those sport fishing this year will be required to put fish back into the sea that measure under 251 cms. According to the National Institute of Fisheries and Aquaculture the capture of blue marlin, white marlin and other related species represents approximately 14 percent of the total catch made by the tuna fleet with longline in the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea. Cancun, Q.R. — The government of Mexico has set a limit for both food and sport fishing for the 2019 season. They remind people that the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, through the National Commission of Aquaculture and Fisheries, has the power to administer and regulate the use, as well as promote the sustainable use of the resources of the aquatic flora and fauna, ordering the activities of the people involved and establishing the conditions in which fishing operations must be carried out. The government stresses that anyone caught not abiding by the laws as set out in the Diario Oficial de la Federación will be subject to penalties under the Ley General de Pesca y Acuacultura Sustentables. According to the publication in the Diario Oficial de la Federación, a maximum of 70 tons of Blue Marlin will be permitted for 2019, a figure set to include both fishermen and sport fishing. The publication also says that a limit of 25 tons has been set for White Marlin and that all live-caught billfish must be returned to the sea. They add that they will be in charge of monitoring boats and activities in both the Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico noting that the establishment of catch volumes for the different species is a tool for fisheries management that contributes to the development of responsible fishing. Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)