Luxury car catches fire in Sirsa, triggers panic

first_imgA luxury car caught fire on Monday in Phulkan village which claimed to have witnessed zero violence through the day before and after the quantum of sentence for Dera chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim was pronounced in Rohtak. The incident triggered panic among locals. Around 2.45 p.m., a passer-by alerted the Ding police who reached the spot and doused the fire. “We have taken samples for forensic tests. It doesn’t seem connected to any activities of violence,” said Inspector-General Amitabh Dhillon. An eyewitness, Manjeet Singh, told The Hindu that he saw two cars passing by. “We don’t know what happened but suddenly the car was up in flames. It seems the man driving the car sat in the other car and fled,” he said.last_img

Bruce Arena resigns as manager of US men’s football team

first_imgBruce Arena resigned as manager of the U.S. men’s national team on Friday after failing to qualify the squad for the World Cup finals in Russia next year.The soccer world was left stunned on Tuesday when the United States, needing an away win or draw at bottom of the group Trinidad and Tobago to clinch one of the CONCACAF region’s three automatic berths, suffered a humiliating 2-1 defeat.The loss, coupled by wins from Panama and Honduras, meant that the United States have failed to reach the World Cup for the first time since 1986.Heartbreak. pic.twitter.com/HRYgSEjYS9- U.S. Soccer (@ussoccer) October 11, 2017″It is the greatest privilege for any coach to manage their country’s national team, and as I leave that role today, I am honoured and grateful to have had that opportunity twice in my career,” Arena said in a statement released by the U.S. Soccer Federation.”This certainly is a major setback for the senior men’s national team program and questions rightly should be asked about how we can improve.”U.S. Soccer said they expect to announce an interim coach within the next seven to 10 days, who will oversee two planned friendlies in November.While Arena’s announcement was sudden it was not unexpected, coming on the heels of what is being viewed as the worst calamity in U.S. soccer history.It marked an inglorious end to Arena’s second stint as manager of the national team.”I want to thank Bruce for everything he has done for the game over a long period of time,” said U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati during a conference call on Friday.advertisementNEWS: Bruce Arena has resigned as #USMNT head coach https://t.co/R8UKP2xXex pic.twitter.com/iLwpKiuriN- U.S. Soccer (@ussoccer) October 13, 2017″It’s unfortunate it ended on Tuesday the way it did but Bruce’s record, both at the college level, at the professional level and with our national team programme has been extraordinary.”Considered by many to be American soccer’s greatest coach of all time, Arena’s previous tenure with the U.S. team included a run to the quarter-finals of the 2002 World Cup, the country’s best result in the tournament.Under his stewardship, the team shot to fourth from 19th in the FIFA world rankings but Arena’s contract was not renewed after a first-round exit from the 2006 World Cup in Germany.DISAPPOINTMENTAfter the United States got the final round of qualifying in the North American and Caribbean region off to a bad start under Juergen Klinsmann losing the first two matches, the German was sacked and Arena brought in to rescue the Russia bid.The 66-year-old seemed poised to accomplish that goal, needing only a draw against winless Trinidad and Tobago. However, two first half goals for the hosts sank Arena’s men.Defeat meant the U.S. also missed out on a playoff place, which would have pitted them against Australia next month for a spot in the finals.”Obviously the biggest disappointment is for our fans,” added Arena. “While this is a difficult time, I maintain a fierce belief that we are heading in the right direction.”I don’t know what the future holds for me but I can say this from the bottom of my heart: from the high of reaching the quarter-finals of the 2002 World Cup to the low of a few days ago; I have appreciated every minute of being a part of this program.”Prior to getting involved with the national team, Arena coached D.C. United to consecutive Major League Soccer Cup victories during the league’s formative years.He then captured three MLS titles during a remarkable four-season stretch with the Los Angeles Galaxy that came during one of the league’s most competitive eras, before his return to the national side.Devastated. But we are forever grateful to our supporters. We will persevere. pic.twitter.com/9ATsjtE7o7- U.S. Soccer (@ussoccer) October 11, 2017last_img read more

Lingard: Let’s make sure Manchester is red

first_imgManchester United v Manchester City Lingard’s United rallying call: Let’s make sure Manchester is red Chris Burton Last updated 1 year ago 06:30 12/9/17 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Jesse Lingard Manchester United Watford Getty Images Manchester United v Manchester City Premier League Manchester United Manchester City The Red Devils forward is felling upbeat heading into a derby date with City and sees no reason why Jose Mourinho’s side cannot come out on top Jesse Lingard has issued a pre-derby rallying cry, calling on United to “make sure that Manchester is red” following a clash with City.The next chapter of a famous sporting tale is set to be written at Old Trafford on Sunday.Pep Guardiola will take his Premier League leaders to the Theatre of Dreams boasting an eight-point lead at the top of the table, but aware that anything can happen in the Manchester melting pot. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player Lingard sees no reason why Jose Mourinho’s side cannot claim a prized scalp and keep themselves very much in title contention, with the players fully aware of what is at stake.“I am confident,” the England international told United Review.“It’s two great teams going out there and you don’t know what the game is going to be like. It might be a battle; it might not be pretty. But if we come out on top, it’s always good for the city of Manchester. We need to make sure that Manchester is red at the end of the day. Like us, they have lots of big players.Jesse Lingard Manchester is red“When [Kevin] De Bruyne’s on the ball, he’s always got that eye for a killer pass that can put a player one-on-one with the keeper, and Raheem Sterling’s been popping up with the late goals.“It’s going to be full-on for 90-plus minutes. We need to be on point until that whistle goes, so everyone needs to stay highly-concentrated throughout. As long as we start the game well, like we did at Arsenal, I don’t see any reason why we can’t win.”Lingard netted twice in the aforementioned performance at Arsenal, with a 3-1 win helping to underline United’s claims to a sustained challenge for the top-flight crown.As a home-grown talent, a meeting with City means more to the 24-year-old than it does many of the global superstars that will be on display.He is, however, eager to ensure that there are no distractions, with emotion put to one side in the pursuit of precious points.“You know quite a lot of them [City’s Academy players] growing up, and through the England set-up as well,” added Lingard.“I’m good friends with Raheem [Sterling] off the pitch. But when you’re on the pitch, there are no friends and we’re there to do a job and win the game.” Check out Goal’s Premier League 2019-20 fantasy football podcast for game tips, debate and rivalries.last_img read more

a month agoWolves boss Nuno: No underestimating Watford

first_imgWolves boss Nuno: No underestimating Watfordby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveWolves boss Nuno says there’ll be no underestimating Watford this weekend.The Hornets go into the game having been thrashed 8-0 by Manchester City.Nuno said, “Quique (Flores) is a fantastic manager and he has done very good jobs around the world.“Anything can happen. Last week and this week are different. We must analyse the games they’ve played and take important information to pass onto the players.“I have had (a big defeat) in football, good moments and bad moments. For us it’s also a moment to try and raise our standards.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img

156 Cases Shortlisted By RAD for Conclusion

first_imgStory Highlights Deputy Commissioner of the RAD, Andrea Kelly, tells JIS News that the matters are among some 330 backlogged cases spanning several tax categories for sums ranging from $20,000 to $285 million, which the Division is seeking to conclude by the end of May 2019. The Revenue Appeals Division (RAD) in the Ministry of Finance and the Public Service has shortlisted 156 cases for conclusion under its two-year Appeals Backlog Elimination Project, which commenced on June 1, 2017. Ms. Kelly tells JIS News that 56 of the cases shortlisted under the project are programmed for conclusion during the initiative’s first year, which ends on May 31, 2018. She says the remaining 100 matters are earmarked for disposal over the ensuing year. The Revenue Appeals Division (RAD) in the Ministry of Finance and the Public Service has shortlisted 156 cases for conclusion under its two-year Appeals Backlog Elimination Project, which commenced on June 1, 2017.Deputy Commissioner of the RAD, Andrea Kelly, tells JIS News that the matters are among some 330 backlogged cases spanning several tax categories for sums ranging from $20,000 to $285 million, which the Division is seeking to conclude by the end of May 2019.They include out-turns for Pay As You Earn (PAYE), income tax, general consumption tax (GCT), stamp duty and transfer tax, and customs duty/value, which have been appealed by taxpayers who were assessed by the principal taxing authorities – Tax Administration Jamaica (TAJ) and Jamaica Customs Agency (JCA).These appeal cases are governed by several pieces of legislation, namely, the Customs, General Consumption Tax, Stamp Duty, Transfer Tax, and Income Tax Acts.Ms. Kelly says the 156 cases, equating to approximately $2 billion in revenues, were shortlisted based on the timeline when the matters were accepted as valid appeal cases.She notes that based on the number of “aged” cases, “we recognised that we needed to clear the backlog as quickly as possible, as we felt that it was in the best interest of both the taxpayers as well as the revenue (arrangements)”.Once the cases are concluded, the revenue (authorities) will be able to proceed with collection of the liabilities outstanding, and the taxpayer’s case will be resolved in the fastest time possible.Hence, Ms. Kelly adds, it was decided to implement the tax consultancy project, for which it was determined that all cases received within the Division, four years and older, should be shortlisted for disposal. She points out that the periods of the assessment spanned 1998 to 2012.The Deputy Commissioner says preparations for the project’s implementation entailed the recruitment of four Consultants and a Project Manager. Two of the Consultants and the Manager have been on board since the project commenced.She advises that the RAD is in the process of identifying the other consultants, and anticipates their recruitment by early 2018.Ms. Kelly tells JIS News that 56 of the cases shortlisted under the project are programmed for conclusion during the initiative’s first year, which ends on May 31, 2018. She says the remaining 100 matters are earmarked for disposal over the ensuing year.The Deputy Commissioner assures taxpayers and the revenue authorities that “there are other strategies we are implementing” to resolve the other “old” cases identified, in order to keep current.Ms. Kelly points out that the delay in resolving the cases is attributable to several factors, including shortfalls in the RAD’s full complement of appeals officers.She says that in relation to the appeals officers, while the RAD’s establishment is 12, the complement has, over the years, averaged eight, adding that conversely, there has been an increase in cases the Division has received. An average of 100 cases are received each year.As such, the Deputy Commissioner says the Division is seeking to fill the other four openings, and anticipates that “we should have those persons in place before the end of this fiscal year in March”.She also tells JIS News that the RAD implemented its case management system within the last year, “which should (further) help us to reduce our processing times”.The previous system comprised manual processes, which merely tracked cases received and officers assigned to these matters.Ms. Kelly says work under the project has, at October 31, 2017, resulted in the conclusion of 16 of the 56 cases targeted during the first year, noting that the outcomes of the decisions varied.These included upholding tax authorities’ verdicts in terms of the taxpayers’ liabilities; reductions in the sums deemed payable; decisions being vacated, and one order being referred back to a tax authority for review and issuance of a new decision. The value of the decisions concluded totalled over $124 million.Meanwhile, Ms. Kelly is optimistic that the initial 56 cases can and will be concluded by May 2018. This, she points out, is based on the fact that “we have a number of cases that have already been submitted to the Project Manager for review… so we are on target”.She explains that while the RAD’s Commissioner or her deputies generally presides over hearings, the Project Manager and Consultants have been delegated under the appeals backlog initiative to hear cases.Ms. Kelly points out that the level of cooperation from the appellants has varied, noting that “some have been very cooperative, but some have not”.She says where persons have not complied with requests for information or evidence, “we have utilised and will continue to utilise provisions under the appeal law to resolve their cases”.Noting that the backlog of cases has increased the close-out period for appeals, Ms. Kelly says the RAD is intent on reducing this timeline through the project’s implementation and other strategies to be introduced.“Once we (resolve) the older cases, then our present complement of appeals/technical officers can close-out the other cases so that we can keep current. We want to ensure that the turnaround time is consistent with the international benchmark, which is between six months to one year for closure,” she adds.last_img read more

A quick look at federal projects to use social financing for skills

by The Canadian Press Posted Jun 6, 2016 2:25 am MDT Last Updated Jun 6, 2016 at 3:00 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email A quick look at federal projects to use social financing for skills training OTTAWA – The federal government is looking more and more at getting into the world of social financing, a community funding model where investors put money into social programs and the government pays only if certain benchmarks are met, such as an increase in literacy scores. Over the last five years, the government has run pilot projects in three areas to see what works and what doesn’t work. Here is a brief breakdown of each area, including the results.Mandatory LeveragingWhat it is: The pilot project tested whether groups could get an extra 15 per cent or more in funding from the private sector, on top of what the government provided them. That would make government dollars go further and potentially provide extra cash to organizations and investors.What the pilot project found: The groups that were able to pull in a lot of money were those that had previously been successfully at doing so. And most of the money came from other governments, or government-funded organizations with little from the private sector. For participants, their outcomes were better, suggesting that private companies were more likely to hire someone at the end of the program when they covered part of their salaries. Overall, officials noted that mandatory leveraging delivered value for money at times, but there were no cost savings to the government.Pay for performanceWhat it is: The government would pay organizations bonuses if they met specific skills outcomes, on top of the funding provided to run the programs themselves.What they found: Outcomes didn’t significantly improve (in one case, they actually declined). As well, some organizations involved expressed concerns that the pay-for-performance model forced “cream-skimming” of candidates, meaning only those who were the most likely to succeed would end up in the program, missing out on those young people who were the furthest away from being workforce-ready.Social Impact BondWhat it is: The bond is a partnership of sorts between governments, private investors, service delivery organizations and, in some cases, an intermediary who acts as a broker. Investors put money into an organization that delivers a social program, which signs an agreement with the government for money if they meet specific performance benchmarks. Investors get a return based on program results, moving the financial risk away from governments and cutting costs. Governments accrue savings from decreases in social support payments from having a more skilled workforce.What they found: Although the project is still ongoing, so far the government has found that it can take time to get employers on board, especially when if there are financial risks for them. There are also regulatory barriers, such as tax policies, that can hamper foundations and non-profits. This project has also found that the government needs to modernize its usual funding model for skills training programs. read more

Alberta Canada to remember a consummate politician in State Memorial

by Tanya Blakney and 660 NEWS Staff Posted Oct 28, 2016 8:08 am MDT Last Updated Oct 28, 2016 at 8:42 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email (alberta.ca) Alberta, Canada to remember a “consummate politician” in State Memorial The program for the State Funeral of the Honourable Peter Eric James “Jim” Prentice includes remarks from Alberta Premier, Rachel Notley and former Prime Minister, Stephen Harper.The Friday morning ceremony will take place at the Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, in Calgary.Prentice, who was 60, died when a twin-engine Cessna Citation crashed shortly after takeoff from the Kelowna, B.C. airport on October 13, 2016.Optometrist, Dr. Ken Gellatly, Calgary businessman, Sheldon Reid, and pilot, Jim Kruk were also killed. The crash is still under investigation by the Transportation Safety Board.Prentice was elected the Member of Parliament for Calgary North Centre in 2004. “He was a very important Minister in the Harper government,” MRU Professor, Keith Brownsey told 660 NEWS. “He had Indian Affairs [and Northern Development,] he had Environment, Industry, he was always put into the hot seat and he performed very, very well.”He also served as chair of the Operations Committee under Prime Minister Stephen Harper. He was sworn in as Alberta’s 16th Premier on September 15, 2014. He served until May 24, 2015.Interim Alberta PC Leader, Ric McIver said Prentice’s greatest achievements may have been to family and friends, but “most of us think of his public service as what we will most remember and appreciate.”“One of the strengths that Jim had [was] trying to bring all people together,” McIver added.Brownsey agreed, “Jim Prentice was respected right across the political spectrum. A lot of people thought an awful lot of Jim Prentice, including myself. He was a consummate politician. He knew how to build networks and he knew how to treat people. He had a lot of respect for his Opposition.”After leaving federal politics, Prentice worked in the banking and legal world.MLA for Calgary-Lougheed, Dave Rodney told CityNews the late politician will be greatly missed. “I’ve never met anyone like Jim Prentice before. He was at home whether it was in a coal mine or out in a farmer’s field; in a House of Parliament, a Legislature, on Wall Street, on Bay Street, it didn’t matter,” he said.“Jim left a number of legacies in many realms: personally, professionally and politically,” Rodney added. “He loved his wife and their children and their grandchildren, so much. It’s just such a shame that their time together was cut short.”In lieu of flowers, the family is asking donations be made to the Children’s Cottage Society.Tickets for the State Memorial will be distributed around 9:45 a.m., Friday morning, at the north entrance to the Jubilee. Parking will be limited to the two Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium parking lots. People attending are also being encouraged to use the C-Train.The service begins at 11:00 a.m. The memorial will be streamed online on Jim Prentice’s memorial page. read more

Houston DT Oliver skipping bowl game ending college career

Houston defensive tackle Ed Oliver said in a Twitter post that he would not play in the Cougars’ bowl game, ending his college football career.Oliver, a junior, announced in March this would be is last college season and he would enter the 2019 NFL draft. He is expected to be a first-round pick, possibly one of the first players selected.Oliver played well at the beginning of this season, but missed four games in the second half with a sore right. He played last week in the regular-season finale against Memphis, but aggravated the injury. He told reporters after he intended to play in Houston’s bowl.Oliver was a first-team All-America as a freshman and second-team last year. He finishes with 54 tackles for loss and 13.5 sacks.The Associated Press

Candidates have spotty voting records

first_imgVancouver mayoral candidate and co-owner of Main Street Marijuana Adam Hamide missed the 2012 vote that legalized pot sales. In fact, he has rarely voted in primary and general elections stretching as far back as 2006, even though he was registered to vote in Washington.Hamide is one of 15 candidates running for either mayor or city council in Vancouver in the Aug. 1 primary. The Columbian examined voting records for all of them. Participation in special elections, such as school levies, are not included in this story.Voter registration records indicate Hamide was eligible to vote in 2012, but he said he was not a resident of Washington at the time.Records show Hamide, 33, only voted in the 2016 general election and the 2008 general election. During the 2012 election, he didn’t receive a ballot, because he moved and did not update his address. He could have still voted by going in person to the Clark County Elections Office, according to staff there.“There weren’t many candidates that I supported,” Hamide said. “I’m not going to vote just to vote.”Council member and mayoral candidate Anne McEnerny-Ogle was one of the candidates who has consistently voted, according to public records.“Voting is one of those wonderful rights that we have. Why would you not vote for something? It’s one way to express yourself. That’s what democracy is all about,” she said.McEnerny-Ogle said it’s sad how few people vote.Mayoral candidate Steven Cox has a consistent voting record at primary and general elections. He said that it’s important to vote in every election so somebody else isn’t making decisions for you.last_img read more

Del Mar community faced with trash cans repeatedly damaged by city workers

first_img 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsDEL MAR (KUSI) — Some people in the Del Mar community have found damaged trash cans, toppled over in their neighborhood week after week.“Over the years, the trash cans have just become broken,” said Britt Rubenstein.“I started taking them out and I noticed it was broken a lot,” said Lily Rubenstein. “I’m like, ‘Mom why is it broke?’The Rubenstein’s trash can doesn’t look functional any longer. The duct tape is barely holding the trash can together. They only had it for about four months before it started falling apart.“I’ll have to replace that again,” said Britt.So what mysteriously happened to the trash cans in the neighborhood?Well, one day Lily fired up her drone, unaware of what she would find strolling through her neighborhood. Posted: May 30, 2018 May 30, 2018 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsShe recorded video of a trash truck doing his job. The truck picked up the trash cans, but that’s not all. The collection vehicle didn’t stop and didn’t put the cans back where they were found.“They violently pick them up and throw them up and they come hurling back down and get slammed on the cement,” Britt said. “It’s plastic. There’s only so much that it’s going to withhold.”“Reckless. It looked like he really didn’t care,” Lily said. “They were literally falling over, dropping in the middle of the driveway. He was leaving before the mechanism was finished putting the cans down.”Lily posted the video on a social media site and nearly 50 neighbors weighed in. According to their posts, they all felt the same way.“It’s all people complaining about how their trash cans broke,” Lily said. “It’s people who had to buy three or four replacements. It gets expensive. Who wants to spend that much money on a trash can?”The people in the neighborhood said they are fed up, especially because they are the ones paying for these. It costs $100 for one trash can.According to the Rubensteins, the City told them it’s their responsibility to replace the damaged cans.“It literally makes no sense that we’re responsible for it when they’re destroying it,” Lily said.This is their fourth trash can, which adds up to a total of $400.“To a lot of communities out there, $90 a month can be the difference between having enough money to pay for rent or not,” Lily said.KUSI Reporter Dani Ruberti spoke to the City of San Diego and they responded quickly.The ESD Collection Services Division Deputy Director sent KUSI a statement that read,“The City of San Diego Environmental Services Department takes reports of alleged container damage and issues of safety very seriously.  In fact, our priority is safety first, second and always.  Sanitation drivers are trained on proper collection techniques both in terms of using the arm on the truck to lift and dump the container contents as well as proper placement of the container following service.We greatly appreciate residents bringing this to our attention and we are addressing this matter to ensure drivers remain diligent and responsible for the safety and the treatment/care of refuse containers.  The City’s Collection Services Safety Program emphasizes both safe operations and respect for equipment, including the inventory of containers in service.” Updated: 7:06 PMcenter_img , Del Mar community faced with trash cans repeatedly damaged by city workers Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

Man drives car into hotel office in El Cajon

first_img KUSI Newsroom, 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsEL CAJON (KUSI)- A 62-year-old man was jailed Friday on suspicion of attempted murder after he slammed his car into a motel lobby in El Cajon, causing moderate injuries to a clerk with whom he had argued earlier, police said.The incident began around 5:30 p.m. Thursday with a dispute between the suspect and a clerk at the Budget Inn Motel in the 1500 block of East Main Street, just north of Interstate 8, El Cajon police Lt. Jason Taub said.“At some point he left one of the hotel rooms, made contact with the clerk, there were some words exchanged (and he) made some threats to come back and hurt the clerk,” Taub said.Around 8 p.m., the man crashed his sedan through the wall of the motel and into the office, where the clerk was sitting behind a desk, the lieutenant said.The clerk was taken to a hospital with moderate injuries while the driver, who was suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol, was uninjured, Taub said.The 62-year-old man, whose name was not immediately available, was arrested on suspicion of attempted homicide, domestic violence and driving under the influence, Taub said. Updated: 7:01 AM Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter KUSI Newsroom center_img Man drives car into hotel office in El Cajon Posted: January 10, 2019 January 10, 2019last_img read more

WISHH Continues Developing Soybean Market in Ghana

first_imgGhanaian bakers observe the quality of the soy flour breads they learned how to bake with the instruction of soy foods consultant Suresh Itapu. After having the opportunity to bake with the U.S. defatted soy flour, these Ghanaian bakers have requested additional supplies from Yedent Agro Enterprises.The American Soybean Association’s (ASA) World Initiative for Soy in Human Health (WISHH) continues to develop the U.S. soybean market in Ghana.ASA/WISHH Regional Director – Africa Josh Neiderman visited Ghana this month to work with local stakeholders. Neiderman met with the local supply chain partner Yedent Agro Enterprises, a recent recipient of a U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) sponsored Quality Samples Program container of mixed value added soybean products. Yedent is currently working in the local baking, blended cereal and textured soy protein sectors as it moves toward the commissioning of its second Insta Pro extrusion line in July.Neiderman met with the local USDA Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) post to discuss upcoming trade team opportunities, including the Cochran School Meals program and the Northern Crops Institute feed processing course. Neiderman also supported the efforts of CBI, who is conducting sales of U.S. commodities in support of the USDA funded AMPLIFIES Food for Progress poultry feed value chain development program.Additionally, several Ghanaians are scheduled to participate in various additional trade teams in the coming months, including the Global Trade Exchange in Kansas City, Mo., the INTSOY program in Fargo, N.D. and a feed manufacturing course at Kansas State University.last_img read more

Harassment conviction far from mans first

first_imgA Vancouver transient who followed an all-female boot camp fitness class through Esther Short Park threatening to “rape and kill” participants was sentenced to more than one year in jail Thursday. It was approximately his 100th local conviction since 2004.Paul David Wilkins, 43, was convicted of one count of misdemeanor harassment and sentenced to a year in jail relating to the incident, plus an additional 226 days for a parole violation. Wilkins has a string of prior convictions in Clark County — including at least 69 citations for opening or consuming alcohol in public since 2004 — and District Court Judge Darvin Zimmerman gave him the maximum sentence allowed, Vancouver Assistant City Attorney Darren DeFrance said.Wilkins was arrested Jan. 31 following his harassment of the class, and his antics prompted Vancouver Mayor Tim Leavitt to call for a heightened police presence in Esther Short Park. Police began a three-month enforcement push on drinking, camping, littering and other crimes in the park in March.DeFrance described Wilkins’ criminal history as “vast.”“He’s a persistent offender, and he’s typically a persistent offender in the downtown area,” DeFrance said.Since 2004, his convictions have included: one count of felony harassment; one count of misdemeanor harassment; one count of stalking; two counts of assault in the fourth degree; five counts of criminal trespass in the second degree; three counts of criminal trespassing in the first degree; one count of malicious mischief in the third degree; two counts of disorderly conduct; one count of provoking assault; four counts of pedestrian interference; three counts of urinating in public; three counts of unlawful camping; along with the approximately 69 infractions for opening or consuming liquor in a public place.Wilkins’ case was initially filed as a felony harassment charge, but that charge was dropped to a misdemeanor-level crime, DeFrance said.Wilkins has been in jail since his arrest on Jan. 31, where he was being held on $5,000 bail. His 226 extra days for parole violation are to run consecutive to his one-year sentence for harassment, but Zimmerman said that after his one-year term Wilkins may be released to in-patient alcohol treatment in lieu of serving the additional time — if he expresses a willingness to undergo treatment.last_img read more

Clowns bring laughter to traumatised Rohingya children

first_imgThis photograph taken on October 28, 2017 shows Rohingya refugee children watching the Bangladeshi theatre group `Drama Therapy` at Kutupalong refugee camp in Ukhia. AFPThe Rohingya boys and girls shrieked with delight as the clowns juggled hoops and somersaulted, their red-nosed antics provoking a sound rarely heard in the world’s largest refugee camp-children’s laughter.The clowns have been providing much-needed levity in the crowded Bangladesh camps, where hundreds of thousands of traumatised Rohingya children spend long days in bleak and difficult conditions.Mohammad Noor lives with his mother and three siblings in a makeshift shanty in the teeming Kutupalong camp, where a lack of food and water means a constant struggle to survive.The 10-year-old fled Myanmar last month after his father was killed in brutal violence by the army that the United Nations has likened to ethnic cleansing.The impromptu circus in a dusty clearing is a welcome distraction from the horror at home.“It is hilarious. I have never seen anything like it. My friends and I were just laughing and laughing,” he told AFP, as a quartet of painted clowns performed skits before a huge gathered crowd.Theatre groups in Bangladesh have a record of using “drama therapy” to lift spirits in the most depressing of circumstances.One troupe performed for the survivors of a factory collapse in 2013 that killed 1100 garment workers, while another hosted shows in a small village in Bangladesh’s south that lost nearly 50 children in a tragic road accident.In the Rohingya camps, where many lie sick or injured mourning the death of family and loss of their homelands, laughter is sorely needed.“Our sole aim is to bring laughter to the Rohingya,” said Rina Akter Putul, a veteran acrobat and the lone female member of the group.“Making people laugh is a tough job, especially for those who lost their parents in the conflict.”Laughter as medicine -The UN estimates 60 percent of the more than 600,000 refugees to arrive in Bangladesh since late August are children.Many crossed the border alone from their villages in Myanmar’s westernmost Rakhine State after their parents were murdered and communities driven out by state-sanctioned violence.Charities on the ground say children are in dire need of emotional and mental support after enduring such trauma on their difficult journeys.“I am sure our show will live in their memory for some time. It won’t erase their scars, but it will boost their confidence,” said Faker Ali, an acrobat who has worked in drama therapy for more than two decades.But it’s not just the children who benefit from the visiting performers.Among the spectators who flocked to a recent show were countless elderly Rohingya refugees, clapping and smiling as the acrobats whirred rings and bars.Life has been a gruelling quest to survive for older generations of the stateless Muslim minority. Many have escaped past pogroms in Rakhine and lost family and friends in bitter cycles of ethnic violence.Rohingya are a reviled minority in Myanmar and are denied citizenship, education and opportunity by the Buddhist-majority government that regards them as illegal outsiders.Most have enjoyed few if any luxuries in their lives-making the circus performance all the more thrilling.“We hardly have any fun,” said Nesar Ahmed, 38. Even during major Islamic festivals and weddings, there is little in the way of entertainment, he added.“Life in Arakan (Rakhine) is grim,” Khairul Amin, a 63-year-old grandfather, told AFP as a boisterous crowd, young and old, jostled to meet the visiting clowns.“There is no television and no cinema or theatre. And there is this constant fear you’ll be killed or arrested by the military.”Seated for the show with her youngest child on her lap, Rehana smiled and laughed, saying: “Never in my life have I have seen such fun.”last_img

50000 marooned in Kurigram

first_imgMany villages in Bhogdanga union of Kurigram district sadar gone under Dharla river water. Prothom Alo file photoThousands of people have been marooned as the water level in the Brahmaputra, Teesta, Dharla and Dudhkumar rivers swelled further on Friday due to the onrush of water from hills and incessant rainfall for the last few days in Kurigram, reports UNB.Local said low-lying areas in 25 unions under Sadar, Bhurungamari and Nageshwari upazilas were flooded, leaving 50,000 people marooned.Officials at Bangladesh Water Development Board said the Dharla river was flowing 28cm above its danger level.Also, the water level in the Brahmaputra went up by 35cm, while in Dudhkumar by 32cm and in Teesta 25cm during the last 24 hours.Meanwhile, 10 villages in Sadar upazila went under water after a dam in Halokhana Sarodoba area collapsed.last_img read more

Chinese hotel market shows steady growth despite political turmoil

first_imgChinese hotel market shows steady growth despite political turmoil Tourico Holidays, the world’s fastest growing wholesale travel brokerage company, today shared data indicating that inbound hotel room bookings to China have increased by 106 percent over the last year.  Tourico’s data also shows that the Chinese continue to be among the biggest travelers in the world, as outbound hotel bookings from the market grew by 70 percent year-over-year in the first 17 weeks of 2017.The Republic of Korea (+68% YOY in bookings), the United States (+10% YOY) and the United Kingdom (+40% YOY) continue to be among the strongest source markets to China, while emerging markets such as India (+160% YOY), the UAE (+212% YOY), and Brazil (+90% YOY) are helping diversify the demand.“Regional political turmoil, such as the nuclear crisis in the Korean Peninsula, make the inbound China market more unpredictable this year – as Korea was the number one inbound source country for China last year – but, so far, Chinese travel business remains very strong,” said Hillary Wang, the Regional Director of Product Development in North Asia for Tourico Holidays.  “In fact, Tourico is predicting it will double its overall Chinese business in 2017, as both the larger markets and emerging markets continue to demand product in China.”Tourico currently has four local offices in the region, including in Shanghai, Beijing, Shenzhen, and Hong Kong – stationing over 55 employees to locally support Chinese supplier partners and distribution clients.  In the past year, the Tourico team in China has worked to add a number of new clients, including Alitrip, Tongcheng International, Mioji Travel, eLong, Tuniu, Mogutrip, Mafengwo, Lushu Technology, CNBooking, and Caissa.“Our local Chinese supplier partners and distribution clients are both experiencing a strong demand in 2017 and we’ve ensured that a dedicated support team is in place to help them push their businesses to the next level,” said Wang.Tourico Holidays will be exhibiting its comprehensive lineup of travel offerings – including hotels, cruises, activities and transfers, car rentals, and vacation homes – at ITB China from May 10 to the 12. Tourico HolidaysSource = Tourico Holidayslast_img read more

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