French Senator Accused of Polisario Support Affirms Friendship with Morocco

Rabat – In a meeting with Moroccan member of Parliament Abdelatif Ouahbi, French senator Leila Aichi stated that Morocco is “a friend of France,” adding that “nobody can undermine the historical, political and economic ties between the two countries.”While running as La Republic en Marche!’s 9th district candidate, representing French nationals in North and West Africa, Aichi had been subject of controversy in Morocco and France over her alleged support for the Polisario Front. While En Marche chapters in Morocco, Tunisia and Senegal suspended their endorsement of her campaign, she still managed to win the seat.During the meeting, Aichi claimed that the outrage against her position on the Western Sahara issue was a smear campaign, explaining that her position on the subject is the same as that of the French government. A statement issued by Ouahbi’s communication team said the two MPs discussed Moroccan-French relationships and the developments seen by the Kingdom“on different levels.”The two politicians also talked about the issue of Western Sahara and the “fair trial conditions Morocco is providing for the accused in the Gdim Izik case.”Her nomination caused uproar among Moroccans in France and Morocco because of her alleged support for Polisario. En Marche France later on pulled its endorsement for Aichi. Still, she maintained her candidacy, winning in the first round of the general elections with 20.29 percent of the votes. French-Moroccan Mjid El Guerrab, endorsed by En Marche, came second with 18.93 percent of the votes. read more

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Ministry Tourism Allowance to be Linked to Income Tax

Rabat – The tourism allowance will be linked to paid income tax, and the measure will be included in the Foreign Exchange Instruction, which is expected to be published and implemented in January 2019. This means that the tourism allowance (capped at 40,000 dirhams per year) would increase as a function of the paid income tax.The minimum level would remain at MAD 40,000 and the surplus would equal the percentage of the paid income tax and capped at MAD 100,000 or MAD 150,000 per person per year, depending on the threshold of the currency reserves.Impact studies on Morocco’s foreign exchange reserves are being conducted to establish the linking percentage (e.g. 50 percent of the paid tax, with a cap and a minimum).Authorized intermediaries, bureaux de change, and money transfer companies duly authorized to carry out manual exchange can issue a foreign exchange allocation of a maximum amount of MAD 40,000 each year to Moroccans residing abroad, Moroccan and foreign individuals residing in Morocco, dual nationals, and minor children holding foreign passports. read more

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Christie Blatchford Urgent Questions for Justin Trudeau after last weeks blackface revelations

It was, as the British-based Telegraph has reported, meant to be a formal do, albeit with an “Arabian Nights” theme. Men wore tuxedos.Not Trudeau, who dressed up in blackface, complete with black face, hands and feet, and wore a giant turban on his head.He was the only one in blackface.Did you misunderstand the invitation/evening, Mr. Trudeau? How did you convert “formal” to “costume”? Is it part of your white privilege caused-“blind spot”?And why did you leave the posh school, where tuition for JK to Grade 7 is $21,780 and for older grades $23,490, only a few months later? No one, the Telegraph report said, suggested the blackface incident was the reason.But what was?And why do you keep saying you “take responsibility” for your pattern of blackface wearing?Taking responsibility for bad behaviour or errors in judgment, in the traditional sense, means owning up to something and accepting the consequences. In the political sense, in days gone by, it also usually meant resigning.What are your consequences, sir?A slight (and probably temporary) dip in your popularity and the polls? An awkward conversation with the kids, in which you explain that as a child born into wealth and a sense of entitlement (perhaps your parents’ fault), which carried with it a huge blind spot, you didn’t understand that mocking someone for the colour of their skin was not only wrong, but also painful? The embarrassment of being publicly outed as a lightweight, insensitive clod?From Lucas Meyer, Monday:Question: “What was that costume (the river rafting one)?”Answer from Trudeau: “I am continuing to be open with Canadians about the mistake (note the use of the singular) I made. This is something I take responsibility for. This is something that I should have known better but didn’t.“I will continue to work every day to fight racism, to fight discrimination, to fight intolerance in this country.”Question: “With all due respect prime minister, that wasn’t even close to answering the question — what was that costume?”Answer from Trudeau: “I have been open with Canadians, I will continue to be open with Canadians. I will continue to fight racism and intolerance every day. I take responsibility for the terrible mistakes I made in the past. And commit to continue to fight against racism and intolerance every day.”It was akin to his “answer” to the many lingering questions about the SNC-Lavalin scandal: “I will always stand up for Canadian jobs.”Turns out, the only Canadian job he stands up and fights for is his own.Choose backwards, until the answers are forthcoming.• Email: cblatchford@postmedia.com | Twitter: Related A photo posted online by Time of Justin Trudeau with dark makeup on his face at a 2001 “Arabian Nights party at West Point Grey Academy. Global News I vaguely recall my packing checklist: sleeping bag, check; ground sheet, check; bug spray, check; sunscreen, check; rain jacket, check.Who adds “big jar of blackface, check”?Who thinks like that: Hmm, we have a costume day coming up, better take the old blackface along?Or did you just pack a jar of it always because you never knew when you might need some? And if so, when did you stop doing that and when did you recognize that it was wrong?About the earliest incident, wherein Trudeau while still in high school appeared in blackface performing the Harry Belafonte classic Day-O, he said it was at a talent show.Which high school was it? Private or public? What year? Who were you trying to be or portray?The most recent incident was a 2001 event, when Trudeau was a 29-year-old teacher at the West Point Grey Academy gala. While it is apparently bad form (certainly among Liberals) to dwell upon the “blackface” scandal, probably even to call it a scandal, I am not Choosing Forward.I Choose Backwards, to those two days last week when the world learned that the current Canadian prime minister has over the course of more than a decade, worn blackface on at least three occasions.The Liberal leader is wary of saying if there are any more such pictures or video likely to surface because, he said, he hadn’t remembered the third incident that became public last, but was chronologically, the second.Thus, Urgent Questions for Justin Trudeau:Toronto radio station Newstalk 1010’s Lucas Meyer asked Trudeau about this second-in-time incident twice on Monday. A screen capture from a video obtained by Global News of Justin Trudeau in blackface in the early 1990s. Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau admitted to wearing skin-darkening makeup in a talent show performance at Le collège Jean-de-Brébeuf in the school talent show singing Day O and wearing makeup. In the video that aired first on Global News, Trudeau, apropos of nothing obvious, donned blackface at the costume day of the white-water river rafting company where he was a guide for a couple of summers in 1992-94, when he would have been between 21 and 23.He was wearing a T-shirt with what may be a Toucan on it. He had carefully blackened his face and neck, arms and legs where his jeans were trendily torn at the knees.He jumped around a lot. He may have been wearing an Afro wig. And there was definitely something stuffed in his pants or pocket.And what was that costume or character you were supposed to be? Or were you just meant to be a random black guy boogieing around, as apparently you believe they do?And how on earth is a river guide so uncannily prepared for showtime?Many Canadians have been on a white-water rafting trip, me among them. Time How did Canadians react to Trudeau’s blackface photos? With a big meh, polls find Rex Murphy: For anyone else, resignation would be unavoidable – and appropriate Conrad Black: Trudeau’s not a racist, just a hypocrite and a weak leader read more

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Sir Ranulph Fiennes calls on UK government to take a stand against

Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Sir Ranulph Fiennes, explorer and adventurer  This elegant antelope, which is believed to be behind the myth of the unicorn, went extinct in the wild in 2000. British zoos, including ZSL Whipsnade, have been fighting to reintroduce it into its natural habitat since the 1980s.At the same time, tourists from the UK have been travelling to private estates which house the remaining animals.An emergency Arabian oryx captive breeding programme using zoo animals has allowed some animals to be reintroduced back into the wild. The UK government allowed a British hunter to import an Arabian Oryx trophy he had shot in 2014. “The only use those animals should be put to is to support breeding and reintroduction programmes. “Keeping extinct animals alive just so they can be part of some tawdry captive shooting gallery is obscene. It makes a mockery of the ludicrous claims to trophy hunting having any conservation benefit.” Zac Goldsmith, the Conservative MP for Richmond, added: “We cannot continue to call ourselves a nation of animal lovers if we continue to allow trophy hunting, which is not only cruel but fuels an illegal wildlife trade.”A Defra spokesperson said: “The Environment Secretary believes trophy hunting provokes profound moral and ethical questions about the way we treat animals, and any policy decisions must be based on robust evidence.“He is aware that among conservationists and those who care deeply about wildlife, there are different views on whether trophy hunting should be allowed. The recent roundtable showed the strong desire on all sides to ensure wildlife is conserved, but also underlined the many opinions on the best way to achieve this.“The Secretary of State will hold further discussions on this critical issue to ensure we find the right solutions.” British trophy hunters are killing animals extinct in the wild and bringing their carcasses home as “trophies”, Sir Ranulph Fiennes has said.The animals are those which British scientists and zoos have spent decades trying to protect.Sir Ranulph said it was “madness” the UK government allowed for people to hunt such animals, usually at private estates, and take their heads and pelts home after so much work has gone into trying to protect them.Extinct animals shot and brought to the UK as trophies include the scimitar-horned oryx, and the Arabian Oryx, which was hunted to extinction in 1972.  Twenty-eight trophies of scimitar-horned oryxes shot on private game reserves have been brought back to the UK by British hunters since 2007, most recently in 2018. Sir Ranulph was on Wednesday at a reception in Parliament campaigning to ban the import of trophies from endangered animals to the UK.He said: “It was amazing some years ago to see the gazelle and oryx in the wild, but sadly rich people turned up and shot them, and their population plummeted. The scimitar oryx almost became extinct.“Brits tried to help save the scimitar oryx population, but it is so sad to see that it is now extinct in the wild thanks to people, including British people, travelling to kill them now.”He called on the UK government to “take a stand and make this crime against nature a crime by law.”The explorer added: “British authorities allow trophy hunters to bring body parts of endangered species into the UK.”“The UK has given permission to hunters to import trophies from animals extinct in the wild including the scimitar-horned oryx. It’s madness.”Eduardo Gonçalves of the Campaign to Ban Trophy Hunting said: “People will be absolutely astonished that Defra has issued multiple permits for hunters to bring back trophies of animals they have shot which are not only critically endangered, but in some cases are extinct in the wild and only survive in a few private game reserves.  Sir Ranulph Fiennes, explorer and adventurer Credit:David Levenson/Getty Images read more

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Dyno Nobel and Mining3 technology development initiatives align

first_imgIncitec Pivot Ltd (IPL) has announced that Dyno Nobel has entered an agreement with Mining3 to collaborate with global mining industry members to “develop and deliver transformational technology to improve the productivity, sustainability, and safety of the mining industry”.As of March 1, IPL – parent company to Dyno Nobel – signed the membership deed to collaborate with, and leverage from the world-class research Mining3 offers, it said.Mining3 Chief Executive Officer, Paul Lever, said: “Having this major global explosive supplier joining Mining3 strengthens the breadth of engagement within the mining industry, brings a fresh new perspective and an opportunity to participate in a wider range of innovations.”Robert Rounsley, IPL’s newly appointed Chief Technology Development Officer, said: “We are actively building out Dyno Nobel’s technology development capability. We can offer our customers an even richer solution set, and we believe collaborating with Mining3 and its members will accelerate this undertaking.”Dyno Nobel is a world-renowned explosives manufacturer with a strong customer focus, which prides itself in delivering practical innovation on the ground today and in the future for its mining and resources customers.Dyno Nobel plans to leverage the Mining3 membership through the identification of, and collaboration for, the development of new technologies important to the industry.Wayne Stange, Dyno Nobel’s Vice President of Mining Technology, said, “There are several Mining3 projects that are aligned with our technology development initiatives. Through our Mining3 membership, we will be able to work with a range of researchers and mining equipment and technology services to accelerate the development of transformational technology”.One project Mining3 is working on, which will probably interest Dyno Nobel, is the pursuit of a non-toxic post-blast bulk alternative explosive.last_img read more

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EHF CL Hangout – Experts and Henning Fritz

The new edition of the VELUX EHF Champions League HANGOUT with EHF CL experts and special guest Henning Fritz starts at 17.30 hrs. Velux EHF Champions League ← Previous Story Čupić, Zorman and Duvnjak new investors in startup RankStar Next Story → World Young Best Goalie 2014 Peter Johannesson to HBW Balingen!

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The best cars under 40000 in 2019

first_imgEarlier this month, we detailed our picks of the best cars, trucks and SUVs available under $30,000. But with the average new car transaction price in the US sitting around $35,000, buyers have a lot more choices for just a bit more cash than that $30K mark.To that end, we’re raising the price cap for this new list: the best cars under $40,000. That extra 10 grand opens the door for entry-level luxury cars, midsize SUVs and even long-range electric cars. Here are some of our favorites.(Note: While all of the vehicles listed here have base MSRPs under $40,000, some of them offer fully loaded trim levels that can exceed this price cap.)  2020 Hyundai Palisade review: Posh enough to make Genesis jealous 48 Photos 2020 Kia Telluride review: Kia’s new SUV has big style and bigger value 2019 Toyota AvalonI tend to like small, sporty cars. The 2019 Toyota Avalon is neither of those things, so why am I recommending it? Because it’s a fabulously well-done large sedan that’s an epic long-distance cruiser. Its looks may not be for everyone, but there’s no denying its buttery-smooth powertrain and class-above cabin that are among its many strong points.A 3.5-liter gas V6 comes standard with 301 horsepower and 267 pound-feet of torque, offering plenty of power. An optional hybrid model with an electrically augmented 2.5-liter four-cylinder is available for $1,000 more, but unless gas prices spike enough to make its mid-40s fuel efficiency act as a salve for its power deficit (176 horsepower, 163 pound-feet), I’d recommend sticking with the standard engine.Pricing starts at $36,480 (including destination) for a well-equipped base XLE, with top-shelf Limited models ringing up at just under $42K before options. At that end of the spectrum, you’re looking at an Avalon sufficiently luxurious enough to make you forget all about this car’s costlier Lexus ES twin. Oh, and if that’s not enough to keep you in the Toyota showroom, know this: The Avalon has an infinitely less annoying infotainment interface, plus you can fold the rear seats down.– Chris PaukertClick here to read our 2019 Toyota Avalon review.Get your local price 75 Photos 70 Photos More From Roadshow 35 Photos 2019 Genesis G70The compact sport sedan segment has long been my jam, and the most compelling entry in that field is the 2019 Genesis G70 — it even won Roadshow’s Shift Award for Vehicle of the Year. Any way you slice it, the smallest Genesis (so far) is a solid consideration with a starting price of $35,895 (including $995 for destination).The compact, rear-wheel-drive Genesis comes standard with a 2.0-liter, turbocharged four-cylinder engine that makes 252 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque, connected to an eight-speed automatic or an optional six-speed manual transmission. All-wheel drive is optional. A 3.3-liter, twin-turbo V6 is available, but places the G70’s price north of $40,000. Besides, most Roadshow staffers prefer the 2.0T anyway.You still get heaps of tech and driver-assistance features with the base car, including an 8-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, as well as automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, adaptive cruise control, lane-keep assist, blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert and automatic high-beams. If you want that level of advanced driver assistance from BMW, Mercedes or Audi, you’ll have to pay closer to $50,000.– Manuel Carrillo IIIClick here to read our 2019 Genesis G70 review.Get your local price 2019 Toyota RAV4Toyota’s RAV4 has been one of the world’s best-selling small SUVs for a reason. It’s simple, stout, well-built and priced appropriately. Now, for 2019, it looks good, too.The drivetrain options on the 2019 RAV4 may not be the most exciting in the world, but they are efficient and shouldn’t give you many problems going forward. Optional hybrid power in a compact SUV is a great selling point, too.The new RAV4, particularly in Adventure trim, is a handsome SUV that begins to look a little like its more off-road capable siblings without forcing those vehicles’ compromises on its owner. It’s a great crossover, and is more appealing than ever before.– Kyle HyattClick here to read our 2019 Toyota RAV4 review.Get your local price 52 Photos 2019 Audi Q3 sets phasers to fun 56 Photos Comments 77 Photos 27 Photos 2020 BMW M340i review: A dash of M makes everything better 29 Photos 2019 Volvo V60: A stylish, comfortable hauler 2019 Genesis G70: Korea launches an assault on the BMW 3 Series 2020 Kia TellurideI’m going with a somewhat unusual choice for this roundup, because I’ve recently spent a fair bit of time in Kia’s new Telluride and I’ve been really, really impressed. It’s remarkably good. I think it looks remarkably good, too, though it has definitely split opinion. The ride is on the leisurely side of comfortable, but it really is refined, lulling my passengers to sleep on multiple occasions. Meanwhile, the 3.8-liter V6 provides better-than-adequate power and the eight-speed transmission is responsive and unobtrusive, which is really all you can ask for in an automatic in a rig like this.You can get in a front-wheel-drive Kia Telluride for $31,690, which is affordable given all it offers. Working within our $40,000 cap, I’d step up to the feature-packed EX trim, which starts at $37,090 and includes Kia’s comprehensive Highway Driving Assist system. Another $2,000 gets you AWD, then add on the $1,045 destination fee and you’re just $135 over the $40,000 mark for a big, comfortable SUV that’s as sophisticated to drive as it is to look at.– Tim StevensClick here to read our 2020 Kia Telluride review.Get your local price 2019 Volvo XC40Subcompact luxury crossovers are oftentimes hit-or-miss affairs. Some skimp on luxury and style, while others are duds behind the wheel. Neither is true about Volvo’s XC40. If I were shopping for a small, premium SUV, it’s absolutely the one I’d buy.The XC40 starts at $33,700, and I actually like its lowest Momentum trim the best (the same spec as Roadshow’s long-term XC40 test car). Opt for the more powerful T5 engine with all-wheel drive, choose a few option packages, and you’ve got a really nicely equipped crossover for right about $40,000. LED headlights, leather seats, a 9-inch touchscreen infotainment system and a ton of active safety equipment all come standard.The XC40 impresses with its easygoing, comfortable driving dynamics, spacious interior and high-quality materials. It’s everything I love about Volvo’s larger, more expensive vehicles, all in a pint-sized package.– Steven EwingClick here to read our 2019 Volvo XC40 review.Get your local price 2019 Acura RDX is a price-conscious luxury buyer’s delight 2019 Mercedes-Benz A-ClassThe A-Class is a great entry point into the Mercedes-Benz brand. This little sedan punches way above its weight with premium materials, a peppy turbocharged engine and plenty of technology.Mercedes’ new MBUX infotainment system comes on an optional 10.25-inch touchscreen, and brings natural voice recognition to the table. Plus, I love the augmented reality overlay that’s available on the navigation. It displays navigation directions directly on top of the real-time video display from the front camera, ensuring you’ll never miss a turn. The four-cylinder turbocharged engine puts out 188 horsepower and 221 pound-feet of torque, which is more than adequate in the A220 sedan. A Sport mode can dial up the transmission and throttle response, while Comfort is great for daily driving. Power goes down to the front wheels through a seven-speed, dual-clutch transmission, although all-wheel drive is available for those in colder climates.Overall, the new A-Class is a truly premium car — far more so than the last-generation CLA250 ever was.– Emme HallClick here to read our 2019 Mercedes-Benz A-Class review.Get your local price 2019 Hyundai Kona ElectricEarmarking $40K opens buyers to a new generation of entry-level EVs, and one of our favorites is Hyundai’s new Kona Electric. The subcompact SUV combines generous safety and cabin tech with reasonable spaciousness, all wrapped into a city-friendly footprint and wallet-friendly budget. It starts at $37,495, but with available electric vehicle incentives, even the feature-rich Limited trim can squeeze in under $40,000.The Kona’s electric motor sends 201 horsepower and 291 pound-feet of torque to its front wheels. That’s more get-up-and-go than the turbocharged gasoline Kona, but the heavier EV is a bit slower overall. Without gear changes or revs to build, however, the nearly silent electric SUV should feel more responsive off the line and around town. Of course, the most important number is the Kona Electric’s 258-mile EPA-estimated range — that should quell most range anxiety concerns. At a DC Fast Charger, the EV can boost its battery to an 80% charge in about an hour. More common, 240-volt, Level 2 home and public stations can juice the battery with a 9.5-hour charge.– Antuan GoodwinClick here to read our 2019 Hyundai Kona Electric review.Get your local price 2019 Volvo V60I didn’t only pick the V60 because wagons are such a great blend of car-like driving pleasure and SUV-like utility. Rather, it’s because the Volvo V60 is such a wonderfully well-designed and well-packaged machine for any type of driving. It’s the perfect everyday, everything vehicle.The V60 is beautifully designed, is packed with the latest and greatest active-safety tech (albeit sometimes as paid options) and it drives with poise and maturity. With either the base, thrifty 2.0-liter turbo engine or the optional, surprisingly powerful turbo- and supercharged T6 version, the Volvo offers a nice balance of workaday civility and easy power.The Volvo V60 does sneak in under our $40,000 cap, starting at $39,895 with destination for the T5 Momentum model. But I’ll concede that it’s very, very easy to blow the budget once you start adding more features or upgrading to all-wheel drive. Still, at any price the V60 represents one of the most well-rounded entry-premium cars you can buy today.– Jake HolmesClick here to read our 2019 Volvo V60 review.Get your local price 37 Photos Best laptops for college students: We’ve got an affordable laptop for every student. Best live TV streaming services: Ditch your cable company but keep the live channels and DVR. 2019 Toyota RAV4 is the best it’s been in years 2019 Toyota Avalon puts a bold face forward Share your voice 2019 Hyundai Kona Electric rocks a familiar form 2019 Acura RDXThe third-generation Acura RDX landed for the 2019 model year, offering a number of improvements over its already solid predecessor. More appealing styling, a new turbocharged engine and Acura’s excellent SH-AWD system work together to make the RDX really interesting. Things are nicer inside, too, with a great layout of controls, some of the most comfortable seats in the business and a healthy list of tech offerings. With a base price of $38,395, including $995 for destination, it’s not a bad value for a sporty, entry-luxury crossover.A 2.0-liter, turbocharged four-cylinder powers the RDX, producing a respectable 272 horsepower and 280 pound-feet of torque. The latter is available from just 1,600 rpm on up to 4,500 rpm for peppy acceleration from stops and out of corners, and works with a well-calibrated 10-speed automatic. Spring for the optional adaptive dampers and you’ll have a small crossover that can be entertaining to toss around, or comfortable for normal driving at the push of a button. Acura’s new True Touchpad Interface with a 10.2-inch center screen is in charge of infotainment, and it’s intuitive to use after a short get-to-know period. It’s offered with navigation, a 16-speaker ELS audio system, Wi-Fi hotspot and Apple CarPlay capabilities. For safety, forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise, lane keep assist and a multiangle rearview camera come standard.– Jon WongClick here to read our 2019 Acura RDX review.Get your local price 2020 Kia Telluride hits all the high points 2019 Volvo XC40 R-Design has black exterior accents and lava on the floor 2019 Mercedes-Benz A-Class redefines entry level 13 Tags 2019 Audi Q3The 2019 Audi Q3 will land in the US later this year (summer, we’re told) packing some major improvements, and I believe that’ll give this diminutive German the edge over its competitors, many of which are very compelling.Having already sampled the Euro-spec Q3 late last year, I can attest to its prowess in the handling department. Wielding the same 228-horsepower turbo I4 as the Volkswagen Golf GTI, it should also provide enough hustle to back up an on-road demeanor that begs you to have a little fun behind the wheel.The Q3’s starting price of $35,695 including destination nets you some solid standard equipment, including a 10.25-inch gauge cluster display, a panoramic sunroof, dual-zone automatic climate control, two rows of USB ports and automatic emergency braking.– Andrew KrokClick here to read our 2019 Audi Q3 review.Get your local price Car Industrylast_img read more

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Social media on fire as MS Dhoni fans slam Sachin Tendulkar troll

first_img MS Dhoni fans hit out at Sachin In an age where social media has allowed people from all quarters to offer their own comments and opinions, without any filters. Trolling, unfortunately, has become an accepted practice. After Indian legend Sachin Tendulkar offered his comments on MS Dhoni and said that the former captain should have played with more intent in the match against Afghanistan, the Dhoni fan brigade were up in and dished out comments trolling the master blaster.”I felt slightly disappointed, it could have been much better. I was also not happy with the partnership between Kedar and Dhoni, it was very slow. We batted 34 overs of spin bowling and scored 119 runs. This was one area where we didn’t look comfortable at all. There was no positive intent,” Tendulkar was quoted as saying by India Today. MS DhoniHannah Peters/Getty ImagesCommenting on the rather sluggish rate of scoring by Kedar Jadhav and MS Dhoni, Sachin also said that the partnership should have attacked the spinners more in the middle phase of India’s innings.Against Afghanistan, MS Dhoni had walked in during the 27th over, and then struggled to find momentum as his innings of 28 off 52 balls did not find any momentum as the Afghan spinners dominated him. He tried to break the shackles by stepping down the pitch and going after Rashid Khan, but was stumped. The comments make a lot of sense, not for Dhoni loyalists who have lashed out at Sachin for what they believe is just commenting for the sake of it. They also started comparing the stats to add substance to their arguments.Here are a bunch of reactions:last_img read more

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Pahela Falgun brings colour in life

first_imgThese three revellers were photographed a day before Pahela Falgun during month long book fair in the city on 12 February 2018. Phot: Prothom AloPahela Falgun, the first day of Spring in the Bengali month of Falgun, is being celebrated across the country on Tuesday in a colourful way with young girls and boys joining various functions wearing dazzling dresses, reports UNB.Falgun is the eleventh month in the Bengali calendar and the first month of the season, Spring, the king of all the six seasons that brings back warm sunshine, budding flowers and dancing of birds.The first of Falgun is known as Pahela Falgun and usually falls on 13 February of the Gregorian calendar.After the dryness of winter, new leaves start to come out again and the nature adorns the branches with new colourful flowers such as shimul, polash and marigold.Clad in yellow, orange and other bright colours that symbolise the Bangla season Bashanto (Spring), the people are in line for welcoming the season with a myriad of flowers, poems, songs and dances.The season spreads through the next month, Chaitra, the last month of Bengali year.The Spring’s flowers such as shimul, polash, marigold are being worn by women, who adorn themselves with ‘Bashonti’ clothing – mostly in yellow, orange and red.Dhaka University has always been the cultural heartbeat of the city, hence it is the venue for all cultural celebration, and Pohela Falgun this year is no different.Bakultola of the Faculty of Fine Arts of Dhaka University (DU) is the centre point of the festival.Thousands of young men and women has gathered from the morning and is celebrating the day singing songs, reciting poems and dancing.The entire DU campus and the Ekeushy Boi Mela premises have become the best places to hang out with friends, family members and beloved ones.Jatiya Boshonto Utshab Udjapan Parishad is arranging the main programmes of the day for around two decades.The parishad is arranging different programmes including songs and recitation of poems except regular programmes.Band concerts are being held at various points of the campus, where a larger crowd is being anticipated later in the afternoon.Different private universities and colleges have also arranged programmes, marking the day.last_img read more

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Live News traffic and weather updates for North Staffordshire South Cheshire on

first_imgHello and welcome to StokeonTrentLive’s breaking news service bringing you all the latest updates from Stoke-on-Trent and North Staffordshire on Monday, May 27. Our team of reporters will be updating this live service with all the latest on the traffic and travel and weather updates – as well as news and entertainment through the day. We’ll be bringing you the very latest updates in our live news feed below. For the latest news and breaking news visit www.stokeontrentlive.co.uk Get all the big headlines, pictures, analysis, opinion and video on the stories that matter to you. 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Key EventsArmed police called to Stoke-on-Trent street after knife attack08:31Busy road closed after car collides with telegraph pole snapping it in half07:2915:12Busy on M6 in Staffordshire…Heavy traffic on M6 Southbound between J15 A500 D Road (Stoke-On-Trent) and Stafford Services. In the roadworks area.Stafford Services is located between J15 and J14. 15:00Tyre change on M6#m6 #J21A to #J21 – Lane 1 is closed for a tyre change. PLease slow down and obey the Red X’s. Thank you.— Highways England (@HighwaysNWEST) May 27, 201913:04M6 traffic easingTraffic returned to normal on M6 Southbound between J15 A500 D Road (Stoke-On-Trent) and Stafford Services.12:19Elder Road slowUsual congestion on A53 Elder Road around A50 Waterloo Road (Cobridge Traffic Lights).12:11A500 slow Slow traffic on A500 D Road Northbound between A53 Etruria Road (Basford Roundabout) and A527 (Wolstanton Retail Park). 12:10M6 in StaffordshireHeavy traffic on M6 Southbound between J15 A500 D Road (Stoke-On-Trent) and Stafford Services. In the roadworks area. 12:10Victoria Road congestedUsual congestion on A50 Victoria Road at A5007 City Road.11:29A500 four-minute delays Heavy traffic on A500 Queensway Northbound between A53 Etruria Road (Basford Roundabout) and A527 Porthill Road (Porthill Bank). Travel time is four minutes. 11:29A500 busy A500 D Road busy but moving at A53 Etruria Road / Etruria Way (Basford Roundabout).11:23Delays in LongportBrownhills Road / Davenport Street / Newcastle Street busy but moving between A500 (Porthill Bank) and Tunstall. Travel time is five minutes.10:20Child on M6 near Liverpool10:13Busy road closed in both directions due to ongoing ‘incident’ (Image: Google)A busy stretch of the A50 in Cheshire is closed in both directions because of an ‘incident’.Newcastle Road is currently closed between Church Lane and Townsend Lane between Rode Heath and Smallwood because a car left the carriageway.Full story.10:12A34, Trent ValeA34 Newcastle Road busy but moving between Springfield Retail Park and A500 D Road (Hanford Interchange). 09:22Diversion route from A50 in Cheshire09:13Collision in CheshireA50 Street Lane in both directions closed, heavy traffic due to accident between Church Lane (Smallwood traffic lights, Fourlanes End) and Townsend Lane (Rode Heath). The road has been closed to aid the recovery of a car in a ditch. 08:55Smallthorne roundabouts congestedUsual congestion on A5272 Hanley Road / High Lane around Moorland Road (Smallthorne Roundabouts).08:44Waterloo Road delaysUsual congestion on Waterloo Road from Cobridge Traffic Lights towards Hanley Town centre (Vale Place). 08:31KEY EVENTArmed police called to Stoke-on-Trent street after knife attack (Image: Google)A man had to be taken to hospital after being attacked with a knife in a Stoke-on-Trent street.Armed police officers attended Festing Street in Hanley shortly after 10pm last night (May 26) after being called to reports of a man being attacked with a machete.Full story.08:30Chell Street congestionUsual congestion on A5272 Chell Street at A5272 Merrick Street / B5047 Hulton Street (Providence Square). 08:03Bucknall Road slow Usual slow traffic on Bucknall Road inbound from A52 Leek Road (Lime Kiln Traffic Lights) to Hanley Town centre.07:29KEY EVENTBusy road closed after car collides with telegraph pole snapping it in half (Image: Google)A motorist had a lucky escape when his car burst into flames after hitting a stone wall, and electric transformer, and even snapping a telegraph pole in the early hours of the morning.The emergency services scrambled to Leek Road, in Cellarhead, shortly after 3.30am today (May 27) to reports of a one vehicle collision in the Staffordshire Moorlands.Full story.07:29Swans moved07:29Swans on the M6Reports of slow traffic due to Swans on road on M6 Northbound from J18 A54 Middlewich Road (Middlewich / Holmes Chapel) to J19 A556 (Knutsford). Approach with care. 06:55Replacement bus serviceReplacement bus service running between Liverpool South Parkway and Crewe and no service on London Northwestern between Liverpool Lime Street and Liverpool South Parkway due to engineering works. Passengers can use Merseyrail services betweenLiverpool South Parkwayand Liverpool Lime Street.From 12:15 on the 25th to 11:55 on 27th May.06:26Bank Holiday Monday weather forecastRainOur commercial partners over at The Weather Channel have forecast a slightly wet Bank Holiday Monday for much of Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire. There is an 80 per cent chance of rain throughout the day with highs of only 13°c. Overnight lows are set to drop to 7°c with the rain continuing throughout the night and into tomorrow. It’s looking dryer into Wednesday. Good morning!Good morning and welcome to the StokeonTrentLive newsfeed for the morning. We’ll be bringing you all of the traffic and travel updates throughout the day. 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Sir Richard Branson visiting Costa Rica to join fight against shark finning

first_imgNo related posts. Sir Richard Branson, the billionaire founder of Virgin Worldwide and noted environmentalist, will be in Costa Rica on Wednesday as Costa Rica pledges to keep up its fight against shark finning.The Costa Rican government will sign a decree vowing to “ban shark finning and the import, transport and possession of shark fins in Costa Rican waters,” at 10 a.m. in Manuel Antonio National Park, on the central Pacific coast.Costa Rica has imposed some limitations designed to prevent shark finning, but the practice remains common, and the dish is available in many Chinese restaurants in San José. Facebook Commentslast_img read more

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US DEA agent murdered in Colombia

first_imgNo related posts. BOGOTÁ, Colombia – A U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agent was stabbed to death Friday in Bogota while fighting off an apparent robbery attempt, Colombian police and U.S. officials said.Agent James “Terry” Watson was a 13-year veteran of the DEA who had served on dangerous counter-narcotics missions in Afghanistan earlier in his career, the DEA said in a statement.Colombian police and U.S. officials said he had dined Thursday night in an upscale area of the Colombian capital, where he watched the NBA basketball finals with friends from the embassy.Early Friday morning he caught a taxi in which he was apparently abducted. Watson put up a fight, but was stabbed five times then dumped out of the car. He died later in a hospital, Colombian Police Chief José Roberto León said.“These are the worst days for anyone in law enforcement and we grieve Terry’s loss,” DEA administrator Michele Leonhart said in a statement.Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos said, “This crime will not go unpunished.”Acting State Department Deputy spokesman Patrick Ventrell said U.S. Embassy security officials were working closely with Colombian authorities to investigate, but stressed it appeared to have been a robbery.“This is really a profound tragedy for our embassy community and indeed for our government. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of our fallen colleague,” Ventrell told reporters.Colombian authorities have offered a reward equivalent to $26,000 for information leading to the identification of whoever was responsible for the agent’s death.Watson was assigned to the DEA office in the Colombian city of Cartagena and was in Bogotá on a temporary assignment, the DEA said.Before working for the DEA, he had served with the U.S. Marshals Service and the Army. Facebook Commentslast_img read more

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first_imgNewport, Rhode Island – The Wayfarers introduces two new rich and inspiring Walks to its Girlfriend Getaways lineup, designed with special appeal for the adventurous female traveler, mothers and daughters, old friends eager to reunite, and new friends in the making. Developed around the achievements of two famous authors and one famous architect, the two new Walks include all meals, accommodations, transfers and gratuities. The trips are also great for solo travelers, and single supplements are available.The Bront Trail, July 26 31, 2009 This new six-day, five-night trek set in Bront Country is the perfect escape for women looking to appreciate one of Britains most evocative literary landscapes. Walkers will get a sense of the creative inspiration nurtured here as they explore Yorkshires Haworth Village and several locations from Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights, and learn about the Bronts lives with expert Ann Dinsdale. Spectacular views of ruined farmhouses, picturesque valleys, and remote plains make this trip a dream for the literary- and fitness-minded. Beginning in Haworth and ending in Chatsworth, this Walk of 8 12 miles per day is priced at $3,695 per person based on double occupancy.Venice and the Veneto, September 27 October 3, 2009 An unusual twist on a Venetian holiday, this new seven-day, six-night exploration of the Veneto region begins in the medieval town of Vicenza and explores the area through the eyes of one of its most famous architects, Palladio. Walkers will wander the streets and admire the beautiful countryside while also visiting some of Palladios greatest villas, cathedrals and bridges. The trip also includes a private boat tour and a regional Asiago cheese, grappa and Prosecco tasting. Participants will discover the opulence of the Venetian empire contrasted with a region with tunnels and trenches of World War I as well as alpine meadows and mountain villages. This walk of 7 10 miles per day ends in Venice and is priced at $3,995 per person based on double occupancy.Just for WomenThe Wayfarers Girlfriend Getaways guests enjoy special complimentary treats that give extra value to these programs. A sparkling wine reception is a social occasion for getting to know fellow travelers and sharing other Wayfarers walking experience. Guests receive a collection of souvenirs and other appealing take-home items. Additionally, walkers may choose from a menu of specially priced extra activities if they wish to break away from the group itinerary and explore on their own. Possibilities include cooking lessons and spa treatments. Details and rates for these add-on activities will be quoted on request.About The WayfarersOffering an eco-aware walking holiday of both culture and fitness, The Wayfarers newest Walks/hikes traverse more countries than ever before, and now offer 83 Walks in 18 countries in four continents. Women-only Walks add opportunities for shopping, museums, spa treatments, and more. Celebrating its 25th anniversary, and named one of the Best Outfitters on Earth by National Geographic Adventure, The Wayfarers offer exclusive on-foot entre into homes and gardens otherwise closed to the public, graceful accommodations, outstanding cuisine, and meetings with local residents. Walks range from 5-12 days and are rated easy to challenging, with distances of 4-5 miles, 6-10 miles or 12-15 miles per day.www.thewayfarers.com 800- 249-4620last_img read more

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first_img Heather Conway speaks during the CBC season preview event in Toronto on Thursday, May 26, 2016. The woman in charge of CBC’s English-language TV, radio, and online services is leaving the public broadcaster. Conway says she will “pursue other opportunities” after five years overseeing all platforms, including CBC-TV, CBC News Network, CBC Radio One and Two and CBC.ca. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Eduardo Lima by The Canadian Press Posted Nov 5, 2018 10:49 am PDT Last Updated Nov 5, 2018 at 11:20 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email TORONTO – The woman in charge of CBC’s English-language TV, radio, and online services is leaving the public broadcaster.Heather Conway says she will “pursue other opportunities” after five years overseeing all platforms, including CBC-TV, CBC News Network, CBC Radio One and Two and CBC.ca.Conway was appointed executive vice president of CBC’s English Services in 2013, and went on to oversee its shift to a “digital-first” strategy endorsed by then-president Hubert Lacroix.Her tenure included the dramatic fall of CBC Radio star Jian Ghomeshi, and a damning 2015 report into the CBC’s handling of the Ghomeshi case that castigated management for failing to investigate reports of inappropriate behaviour in the workplace.Conway acknowledged lawyer Janice Rubin’s findings but insisted that CBC management was committed to taking seriously issues of workplace harassment.CBC says Conway will remain in her role until Dec. 7.“It has been a privilege to serve Canadians and Canadian creators and to lead the incredible public broadcasters who work at CBC. The experience and the CBC will be with me always, as the CBC always has been and should always be for all of us,” Conway said Monday in a release.Conway, a former marketing executive whose past stints included the Art Gallery of Ontario and T.D. Bank Financial Group, had no programming experience when she joined a broadcaster grappling with poor TV ratings, a softened advertising market and stiff competition from private rival networks.Cuts to staff and budget followed, including an especially heavy blow in 2014 when the broadcaster cut 657 jobs and slashed $130 million from its 2014-15 budget while gutting CBC Sports and reducing local news coverage.Since then, there have been bright spots for CBC-TV including hits “Schitt’s Creek” and “Kim’s Convenience,” while current CBC/Radio-Canada president Catherine Tait touted Conway for spearheading a company-wide digital transformation that has doubled CBC’s online reach.But the watchdog group Friends of Canadian Broadcasting was wary of Conway’s pursuit of younger viewers and scaled-back regional coverage.“That is code for: We are behaving like a private broadcaster, we are delivering audiences to advertisers,” spokesman Ian Morrison said at the time.Ghomeshi was acquitted in March 2016 of four counts of sexual assault and one count of choking involving three women. In May 2016, he apologized to a fourth complainant, former co-worker Kathryn Borel, and signed a peace bond that saw another count of sexual assault withdrawn.center_img CBC boss Heather Conway to leave public broadcaster for ‘other opportunities’last_img read more

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July 4 2018Visitors to Arcosanti over the last se

first_imgJuly 4, 2018Visitors to Arcosanti over the last several weeks have been treated to one of the more unique horticultural sights that the Southwest has to offer—a blooming agave americana next to the visitors parking path.Agave americana, or the Century Plant as they are commonly known, are native to both Arizona and Texas in the United States and prolific throughout northern Mexico. The name is taken from the plant’s tendency to bloom only once at the end of it’s lifecycle which typically spans ten to thirty years depending on the local climate.Aesthetics aren’t the only thing that the agave has going for it; they are used for distilling fermented beverages in the form of both mezcal and tequila, plus a simple regional spirit called pulque. The leaves themselves contain fibers called pita useful for rope, matting, or coarse cloth.The stalk itself can reach heights of up to twenty-four feet and is crowned with yellow blossoms for a brief period of time, the seeds of which will eventually find footing somewhere else on our mesa where they will begin the whole process anew.(photos by Shannon Mackenzie, text by Tim Bell)last_img read more

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Asylumseekers at real risk of homelessness

first_imgA “disturbingly high” number of asylum-seekers in Cyprus are facing risk of homelessness, destitution and desperation because of critical shortcomings in the national asylum and reception policies, the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (Unhcr) said on Monday.The international organisation said it was aware of a number of homeless men, women and families with young children from a number of countries including Syria, Cameroon, Somalia and Iraq.“If they are not sleeping rough, they are temporarily housed by relatives, friends or strangers in very small and most often crowded studios or small flats that cannot be called decent home,” an announcement said.“Some of these individuals forced to sleep on the floor and without access to showers or toilets are additionally vulnerable with disabilities and other health concerns.”The Unhcr said housing insecurity was a cause of great anxiety and had led a number of asylum-seekers to attempt suicide, and that the problem had escalated since the beginning of the year.It also referred to the “already dire” living conditions faced by asylum-seekers living outside the Kofinou reception centre.One of the main problems, it said, were delays in receiving and registering applications, which in turn poses obstacles to accessing social welfare assistance on the outside.This results in individuals and families being left homeless and completely reliant on the goodwill of strangers and the support of a small number of charity organisations that themselves have limited resources, it added.The organisation also said the situation was aggravated by the fact that single asylum-seekers are no longer admitted to Kofinou “which even when operating at full capacity only houses less than 5 per cent of the asylum-seekers in the country”.Those living outside also have problems being employed, also due to government restrictions that leaves them only employable in low-income jobs such as agriculture, or car wash “regardless of their academic qualifications or professional experience”.Low-income also means they can’t afford to rent decent accommodation.“Given the way the national asylum system and reception policies work at the moment, homelessness and destitution are unfortunately an inevitable consequence for many asylum-seekers, both newly-arriving and long-stayers,” said Damtew Dessalegne, the Unhcr representative in Cyprus.Dessalegne said the problem was avoidable and was not just a matter of additional resources.  The earlier asylum-seekers have access to the labour market, the quicker they become independent of State welfare and lead an autonomous, productive life thereby also contributing to the development of their host country, the Unhcr said.“Getting refugees on their feet as quickly as possible is in the best interests of not only the people concerned, but also the host community,” said Dessalegne.The emphasis should be on adequately assisting asylum-seekers outside of organised reception centres as they have greater success at integrating once they are recognised as refugees, the Unhcr said. You May LikeTriviaBoss.comFew Can Pass This 1950s TV Show Quiz. Can You?TriviaBoss.comUndoSports Drop20 Duke Players Who Were Total Busts In The NBASports DropUndothevival10 Reasons You Should Start Drinking Lemon WaterthevivalUndo Clear winner in first round of Kition bishop voteUndoProperty owners price themselves out of the marketUndoGreek Prime Minister in Cyprus for official visitUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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