DMS OFFSHORE INVESTMENT Services Ltd is to create 50 new jobs in Dublin.The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton today announced that DMS Offshore Investment Services Ltd is to create the new roles in fund governance and risk management at its European operations centre in Dublin.The company is a recognised leader in fund governance and provides services in fund governance, AIFMD solutions, foreign account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) services, banking and custody, outsourcing and trust and corporate Services.EmployersDMS employs over 200 people in its offices throughout Dublin, the Cayman Islands, New York, São Paulo, London, Luxembourg and Hong Kong.Bruton said that international financial services is a key sector which the government has targeted for jobs growth, adding that these extra jobs “is a further boost for this sector of the economy”.DMS established its Dublin office in 2011 to provide fund governance services to Fund promoters. In 2012, the company decided to provide a Management Company service to promoters who needed to comply with the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD).AIFMD is an EU directive which will bring enhanced governance and monitoring of EU-domiciled Alternative Investment Funds (AIFs) and non-EU AIFs being marketed to European investors. The new legislation comes into effect in July 2014.Derek Delaney, Managing Director of DMS (Europe) said that:With the requirement for EU domiciled funds to comply with AIFMD, we have seen significant growth in the demand for our services. We are ramping up our team in Ireland to meet this demand.He said Ireland has a strong and globally recognised international financial services industry which will provide the company with “highly skilled and educated professionals”.Read: Apple buys Dr Dre’s Beats for $3 billion in bid to boost online music presence>Read: Irish businesses are among the EU’s best for selling abroad online>
Vienne : des milliers de personnes manifestent pour les droits des malades du sidaAutriche – Plusieurs milliers de personnes ont manifesté hier soir dans le centre de Vienne. Elles revendiquent davantage de droits pour les malades du sida, alors que la 18e conférence internationale sur la maladie se tient dans la capitale jusqu’à vendredi prochain.”Même si on avait les ressources et les technologies, on n’arrivera pas à l’accès universel des malades aux traitements sans le respect des droits humains”, a déclaré Michel Kazatchkine à l’AFP. Présent en tête du cortège, le directeur exécutif du Fonds mondial contre le sida, la tuberculose et le paludisme était accompagné du directeur de l’Onusida Michel Sidibé et de Julio Montaner, directeur de la société internationale sur le Sida. Derrière eux, plusieurs milliers de manifestants, dont un grand nombre arboraient sur leur T-shirt le célèbre ruban rouge, symbole de la lutte contre le sida. Membre de l’association humanitaire Care au Kenya, Auma Obama, demi-sœur du président américain Barack Obama, faisait également partie du cortège qui, après avoir remonté en partie l’avenue du Ring, a gagné la place des Héros. C’est là, devant l’ancien palais impérial, que la chanteuse Annie Lennox, nommée en juin 2010 ambassadrice itinérante du Programme commun des Nations Unies sur le VIH, a donné un concert. Le 21 juillet 2010 à 10:56 • Emmanuel Perrin
Un labyrinthe dissimulé dans les géoglyphes de NazcaPubliant leur étude dans la revue Antiquity, des chercheurs britanniques qui ont travaillé cinq ans à Nazca, révèlent qu’un labyrinthe se dissimule parmi les représentations plus visibles et plus connues du célèbre site archéologique péruvien.Singes, oiseaux, araignées, mais aussi spirales, lignes droites ou autres formes géométriques : les célèbres lignes tracées sur le sol du site péruvien de Nazca sont célèbres par leurs dimensions et par le fait que seule une vue aérienne permet d’en cerner les motifs. Découverts dans les années 1920, ces géoglyphes sont vieux de quelque 1.500 ans et ont été tracés par le peuple qui vivait à l’époque dans la région de Nazca. Au total, plus de 350 représentations ont été étudiées. Mais pourquoi les membres de cette civilisation qui a précédé celle des Incas ont-ils tracé de tels lignes ? Calendrier astronomique géant, piste d’atterrissage pour ovnis, etc. : bien des interprétations ont été proposées pour expliquer leur présence mais celles-ci n’ont jamais fait consensus, maintenant le mystère. Mais en 1984, Clive Ruggles, de l’Université de Leicester, a repéré parmi ces figures… un labyrinthe, qu’il est revenu étudier plus en détail, accompagné de Nicholas Saunders, de l’Université de Bristol, au cours d’une récente mission de cinq ans sur les lieux. En vérité, la forme de ce labyrinthe long de 4.400 mètres est impossible à ‘déchiffrer’ vu d’en haut (contrairement aux autres géoglyphes du site) mais elle peut être perçue d’une autre manière : en la parcourant à pied. Ne représentant d’ailleurs rien (visiblement), le tracé se compose de tronçons droits qui s’enchaînent en changeant de direction, pour revenir quasiment au point de départ. Une structure qui confirme qu’il s’agit bien d’un labyrinthe, ont argumenté les chercheurs.Un labyrinthe peu emprunté ? À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?”Il est complètement caché dans le paysage (…). Quand vous vous promenez, le chemin [labyrinthique] qui s’étend immédiatement devant vous est visible. (…) [Mais] si vous l’observez depuis le ciel, sa forme ne fait aucun sens”, a expliqué Clive Ruggles. Bien conservées, les bordures qui délimitent le labyrinthe suggèrent que celui-ci était rarement emprunté. “Sans doute (…) l’importance réelle de ces dessins (…) résidait-elle dans leur création”, indique Nicholas Saunders cité par Sci-News. Néanmoins, les chercheurs n’excluent pas que d’autres structures similaires aient été construites à la même époque. Dans ce cas, il serait juste la seule construction dont l’intégrité a été préservée pendant toutes ces années et qui peut encore être reconnue dans le paysage actuel. “Les excavations mettent régulièrement au jour des objets restés là depuis des siècles et même des millénaires. Mais il est difficile de concevoir plusieurs lieux sur la planète où l’on peut encore découvrir des constructions humaines qui sont restées cachées à la surface du sol pendant 1.500 ans, simplement en marchant le long et en voyant où nos pas nous mènent”, précise le Pr Ruggles.Le 13 décembre 2012 à 11:04 • Maxime Lambert
Related Items:#BahamasTreasurystaffverification, #magneticmedianews, #treasurylaunchesstaffverification Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppBahamas, August 2, 2017 – Nassau – A Government employee, Verification Command Center has been established to confirm the roughly 22,000 government employees across the islands of The Bahamas. The Treasury Department is for the second straight year conducting a verification process, to record who indeed works for government.The verification notice for Government offices appears to have been leaked to the general public and is dated July 31, 2017 and explains that the process will begin in all islands next week Tuesday August 8 ending by August 31st. The circular, confirmed as having come from the Treasury wants these weekly and monthly employed Public Officers and Senators and Members of Parliament to show up at the listed centers with their Bahamian passport, Bahamian driver’s license, their National Insurance Smart Card and their voter’s card.Overseas Government staff is not exempt from this head count and failure to comply, explains the notice, will result in a salary interruption. There are centers established all across the country, with each site dedicated to an area of Government.#MagneticMediaNews#BahamasTreasurystaffverification#treasurylaunchesstaffverification
The American Soybean Association (ASA) welcomes the news that World Trade Organization (WTO) members endorsed China’s entry into the WTO this week. ASA has long supported China’s participation into the WTO because it will foster even stronger ties with China, which recently became the largest single market for U.S. soybeans. China will formally join the WTO at the Ministerial meeting in Qatar in November.The final accession negotiations included further concessions by China on access for U.S. soybean oil imports. The initial in-quota quantity for soyoil was increased from 2.0 to 2.1 million tons, rising to 3.6 million tons over five years. More importantly, the U.S. was able to negotiate parity between soybean oil and rapeseed and palm oil with regard to quota growth, over-quota duties, and in-quota duties. These terms ensure that soyoil will have equal access with competitor oils to the Chinese market.“ASA is pleased that China’s accession negotiations have been completed,” said ASA President Bart Ruth, a soybean grower from Rising City, Nebraska. “Also, negotiation of equal access for soybean oil and other major imported oils was a key ASA objective, and we applaud the Administration negotiators who achieved it.”Ruth went on to say, “Our enthusiasm for China’s entry into the WTO on favorable terms for the U.S. soybean industry is tempered by recent developments in which China is preparing to introduce regulations governing imports of biotech soybeans approved in the U.S. and other major foreign markets. These regulations have not been made available in advance for review and comment by the U.S. Government or our industry.”“Moreover,” Ruth stated, “it is unclear whether there will be a ‘grace period’ before the new regulations are made effective. The resulting confusion has brought U.S. soybean exports to China to a standstill on the eve of harvest of another large soybean crop in this country.” Ruth concluded, “Any further delay in shipments could sharply reduce U.S. soybean exports to China in 2001, estimated at 5.7 million tons. Failure to resolve this issue immediately would set a very bad precedent as China prepares to join the WTO later this year.”In recent years, China has expanded its infrastructure that will accommodate imports of U.S. soybeans, soybean meal and oil. Its population of more than 1.2 billion is becoming increasingly urban, and the demand is rising for a diet higher in vegetable oil and protein.
Eric Schmidt, Google’s CEO, keynoted the Newspaper Association ofAmerica event in San Diego this week, just as newspaper executives weredragging out and dusting off the old aggregator backlash, whining about “stolen” content.But Schmidt, during a Q+A session after his address,made some insightful remarks about online audience behavior with paidcontent, search and news. His address was obviously targeted at newspapers and news-orientedcontent, but his takeaways can easily be applied to any online contentpublisher. We’re all struggling with online business models and howvisitors want to consume content.Some key excerpts via Poynter, which has the full Q&A session transcript. On online content models: “I think from yourperspective you should assume that there’s a category of informationyou all produce that you’ll want to distribute freely. There’s acategory you’ll want to have on a per click basis. And there’s somethat you’ll want subscription for. The reality in this model is thevast majority of people will only want the free model, so you’ll beforced, whether we like it or not, to have a significant advertisingcomponent as well as a micropayment and a traditional payment system.”On how newspapers were good at repurposing content, but missed the engagement boat:”Theact after [repurposing content online] is a much harder question. It’show do you keep engagement? How do you avoid being just mediated with aset of stories that are aggregated with your brand on them, which iswhat’s happened to some newspapers? So in the case you were describing, if I were involved in thedigital part of a newspaper, trying to understand what to do, I wouldfirst and foremost try to understand what my reader wants.”On intellectual property rights:”I disagree with yourpremise that they will continue to erode. What I do believe is that allthese partially-thought-through legal systems are being challenged bythe ubiquity of the Internet. Just as free speech is being affected bythe fact that people are free to speak whatever they think even if wereally don’t want to hear them. It’s the same problem.”On online measurement:”We look at clicks and we alsolook at how long people stay on a page. And we can then infer interest.Your question is so good because it shows you how early we are in theindustry. We don’t have combined, accurate, audited ways of measuringaudiences, counting advertisers, all of which has to be developed as atechnology behind the businesses that all of us are going to build. It took many, many years for the same business structures to bedesigned for the audit circulation bureaus for magazines. The samething is going to occur and it will occur because it needs to. For ourpurposes, we use our internal information which is accurate, but as Iagree, there is not a uniform standard.”
Aprile was pleased with her team’s resiliency in the game. Meghan King (19-3) took the loss, allowing eight earned runs on seven hits and striking out seven in 4.2 innings. Sydney Sherrill led the Seminoles at the plate, going 2-for-4 with five RBIs. Louisville struck again in the fifth after Chung singled and Butler was hit by a pitch to set up Newman’s two-run triple which put the Cards on top 5-3. Ferguson’s two-run homer extended the Cardinals’ lead to 7-3. Freshman Taylor Roby’s single set up Ferguson who crushed a shot that glanced off of the foul pole in right field for her fourth home run of the season. Louisville 10 – Florida State 9 Rebecca Chung Postgame Interview Matchup History Chung’s walk-off double capped seventh inning that featured a combined nine runs as reigning national champion Florida State tallied six runs to overcome a 7-3 deficit and take a 9-7 lead entering the home half of the inning. The Cardinals (25-14, 6-6 ACC) countered with a three runs in the third, courtesy of a triple by Melton. Chung got the home half of the inning started with a walk and back-to-back hits for freshman Charley Butler and Newman loaded the bases for Melton who connected on her fourth triple of the season to even the score at 3-3. In a rollercoaster game that featured four lead changes and a tie, the Cardinals outhit the Seminoles 10-8 with four of those hits falling in for extra bases.Chung finished the game going 2-for-3 with three RBIs and a run. Sophomore Maddy Newman went 3-for-3 with a triple, a double, a run and two RBIs. Senior Sidney Melton went 2-for-3 with a triple and junior Caitlin Ferguson had a home run. Preview LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Freshman Rebecca Chung’s three-run double with two outs in the bottom of the seventh lifted the University of Louisville softball team to a 10-9 win over No. 3/3 Florida State. With the win the Cards clinch the series, marking the Seminoles’ first conference series loss since 2012. Photo Gallery In the top of the seventh, the Seminoles capitalized on three walks, including Sydney Sherrill’s grand slam and RBI hits by Carsyn Gordon and Elizabeth Mason to regain the lead. Florida State (37-5, 9-3 ACC) used two hits, a walk and an error to jump to a 3-0 lead in the first inning. Trailing 9-7 in the bottom of the seventh, the Cardinals rallied once again. Melton led off with a single and walks to senior Megan Hensley and Ferguson loaded the bases. With the Cardinals down to their last out, Chung took the first pitch she saw and drove a shot that bounced off of the fence in right centerfield to clear the bases and lift the Cards to a 10-9 victory. Next Game: at Boston College 4/12/2019 | 6:00 p.m. Coach Holly Aprile Postgame Interview: “I think that we rebounded from [the first inning],” said Aprile. “We’ve had some moments throughout the year when we’ve gone a different direction and we didn’t get over it as quickly. I thought we got over it, we moved on, and we were able to battle at the plate. We kept trying to make our adjustments against King – she’s a terrific pitcher who is very difficult to make adjustments against, because she’s making them too. We did a really good job of feeding off of each other and making them have to field the ball and give them plays to make. I was proud of that and it got the game going in our favor.” Florida State now leads the series between the teams 14-6. This marks the first time the Cardinals have won a series against Florida State – and a top-five team. Chung caught four Florida State runners attempting to steal in the game. Louisville is now 12-4 at Ulmer Stadium this season. Roby leads the team with a .342 batting average. Chung leads the Cardinals with 27 RBIs. Butler is now on a five-game hitting streak. Watson leads the Cardinals with 112 strikeouts in 106.2 innings. With her run in the game, Melton increases her career run total to 137. She currently stands seventh on Louisville’s all-time list, needing one more to tie Jennifer Esteban (2010-13) for sixth. Melton also pushes her career triple total to seven and moves into a tie for 10th (with Esteban) on Louisville’s all-time list. Roby (8-1) got the win, holding the Seminoles scoreless on one hit in 0.2 innings of relief. Starting pitcher sophomore Danielle Watson allowed nine runs, eight earned on seven hits and struck out six in 6.1 innings. Watch Live Full Schedule Roster “The bigger piece is that this is a series win in the conference, that’s what we want to do,” said UofL head coach Holly Aprile. “It’s an added bonus that we have a terrific conference and the No. 3 team in the country. I think it was a really great battle, one of the most fun games I have been a part of.” Story Links Louisville will hit the road to continue ACC play with a three-game series at Boston College this weekend. NOTES: Live Stats Print Friendly Version
Kolkata: Four notorious criminals have been arrested by Howrah City Police in connection with the fish trader who was shot dead on Bankim Setu in the wee hours of Friday. Cops have also recovered large number of firearms from accused persons.According to police, following the murder on Friday, officers checked the footage of a CCTV camera installed near the murder spot. In the footage, it was found a few persons shot the fish trader identified as Tarak Bhuniya dead and fled the spot. After initiating a probe, cops came to know that a notorious criminal identified as Golab Khan of Malipanchghora was near the spot during the incident. On Friday afternoon police came to from sources that Khan was seen in and around Ghusuri area in Howrah. When a team of sleuths rushed to nab him, Khan allegedly fired two rounds aiming the police team and managed to give a slip to the police. Later, on Saturday night, cops raided a place at Bagnan in Howrah and a place in Burdwan and nabbed four criminals, including Khan. The other three accused persons are identified as Jitender Mahato alias Dendrite alias Karan of Nischinda, Gajanan Kumar Mallick of Belur and Dipak Das alias Dipka of Golabari. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataCops have also found one 7 mm semi-automatic pistol, two single shoter firearm, 20 rounds of live ammunition of 7mm and 40 rounds of live ammunition of 8mm and one sharp weapon from their possession. It is suspected that they might also have connection with illegal arms dealers. Police claimed that the accused persons are habitual offenders. Several criminal cases like, murder, arms dealing, extortion and snatching are pending in different police stations in Howrah against them. Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in stateBhuniya was going to the Howrah fish market on Friday to buy fish on his bicycle, around 4 am. When he was crossing the Bankim Setu over Howrah railway station, accused persons had surrounded him and tried to snatch away the bag containing money. When Bhuniya tried to resist, the miscreants fired multiple bullets at him. Two bullets penetrated his abdomen and chest and he fell on the road, bleeding profusely. Hearing his screams, some local residents ran to his rescue. Seeing them, the miscreants fled from the spot. Bhuniya was rushed to Howrah District Hospital, where he revealed his identity. However, a few minutes later, he succumbed to his injuries at the hospital.
6 min read March 11, 2017 Enroll Now for Free Entrepreneur is on the ground at SXSW. Watch our coverage for highlights throughout the festival.Some of the most interesting ideas you read today about transportation are topics the Connected Car Council — and its network of automakers, entrepreneurs, technologists, mayors and policymakers — have been talking about for years.This year’s annual SXSW gathering, dubbed the C3 Smart Mobility Showcase (and planned for Saturday afternoon), focuses on how emerging technologies will fit into the context of cities. Entrepreneur caught up with Doug Newcomb, the president of C3, to learn about how transportation technology is evolving and what might be ahead.This interview has been edited for clarity and brevity. Related: SXSW 2017: What’s Weird, Fun, Crazy and Amazing This YearA few years ago, having cities involved in an event like yours seemed almost novel. And now it seems like a given. Have we all grown up? What I’ve seen, to use a sort of cliched phrase, is a sort of breaking down of the silos. We’re seeing the stakeholders talking to each other and that’s key — whether it’s the automotive and technology companies or the people from policy or research and media — and really get this networking effect. It definitely is maturing. A lot of the pieces are already in place, where someone may have the technology and it’s just a matter of connecting the dots. So I think that’s where C3 plays a role in getting these people together.Your sessions reflect the conversations swirling around transportation at that moment. What stands out in those conversations right now? Technology is disrupting transportation, and technology has opened the door for entrepreneurs. One of the things we’ll be showing at the Smart Mobility Showcase is Chariot, a crowdsourced transportation platform, which was acquired by Ford in September. [The founder] grew up in Brooklyn and started this business based on these things called “dollar vans.” Guys drive around, and for a dollar they’ll give you a ride. He developed Chariot based on that concept, but instead of trolling the streets, he put it on an app. They’re really providing last-mile transportation. He filled a need.There was just a story a couple weeks ago about Argo AI, an artificial intelligence company that was just bought by Ford for a billion dollars. It had been around since November. That’s a little different case, of course. But these entrepreneurs have this technology and it’s getting scooped up. You’ll definitely see more car companies and others making these investments. And there are going to be these profound changes.You see a lot of transportation solutions. Some survive, some don’t. With the most promising ones, what stands out?Jaguar Land Rover has a startup incubator, and I was on the selection committee for the inaugural class. There were two students who created a parking app leveraging existing cameras, like the camera that shows the parking lot at Rice University stadium, so that you could see, “OK, I’m not going to go on that side of the street.” That’s what I mean by connecting the dots. It’s filling the gaps and using existing ideas or technology to provide a service.Related: SXSW Lessons from the Founders of Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare and MoreCities have realized that startups can keep them nimble — especially when money is limited for infrastructure spending. But linking public infrastructure can be tricky to execute, yes? I think that’s the maturation, in a sense, of the technology. I don’t profess to be an expert in public transportation, but what I’ve seen is there’s an entrenched way of doing things. It is a certain amount of headwind, in a way, when you’re dealing with public-private partnerships. It’s going to be really interesting with the new administration that they want to invest in infrastructure. That’s going to be more of the bricks and mortar and concrete and roads, but hopefully there’s going to be some overlap. And if you’re going to build new roads and bridges and airports and all that, it’s time to rethink — I feel, I think a lot of people feel — how we’re going to do that to make it more efficient.What are a few really critical problems being addressed right now? Traffic and parking cause such inefficiencies, like fuel waste and accidents. Traffic deaths went up for the second year in a row. Cities can’t build their way out of this problem. I’ve heard Mayor Adler [Steve Adler, the mayor of Austin] say that the thing that people come here for, quality of life, could be lost. Cities like Austin are going to have significant growth. Let’s keep them unclogged so goods and services can move more freely.Bosch is showing a new technology at our event leveraging existing technology, ultrasonic sensors — the same sensors that tell you that you’re going to back into something and measure parking spaces — and connecting that to a telematics unit in the car and to the cloud. [This technology can guide drivers through traffic jams and minimize disruption to street traffic due to parallel parking]. There are major pain points and I think technology can help with these.Related: The Rules For Mastering SXSW are the Same For Mastering Life (and Every Other Conference)What’s an opportunity to be seized? What’s untapped as of yet? Big data is still a goldmine in all of this. With self-driving cars or some of these mobility apps, you start to see patterns where people go, how often they go there, at what times. I think that it’s kind of apparent but it’s still unexplored in a way. I think we’ll see how that data can used. And there are huge business opportunities for people involved in the space.What’s the one thing you’d like people to get from your event but also from what’s happening in transportation right now? Technology is going to create a new set of circumstances for cities, for societies and for economies. It’s like the internet 20 years ago. It’s always scary. You don’t know what’s going to happen. But it’s exciting. This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience. Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now
Share Tweet Submit Smartphone cameras are becoming increasingly sophisticated and are actually quite fantastic at taking professional quality photos and videos. In fact, one of the best films at the Sundance Film Festival in 2015 was shot using only an iPhone. There is one limitation to using a smartphone as a secondary, or even a primary camera: Fixed lenses.Want to expand your photographic opportunities without breaking the bank?A 3-in-1 smartphone lens kit from StackSocial gives you a lot of expanded options to truly show your creative and artistic side, all for 56% off at $29.99. And these aren’t just the usual cheap clip-on’s you might expect, either. Distortion is minimal and the attachable magnetic rings used are able to align the lenses perfectly to decrease any anomalies in your photos.Macro shots can be some of the most exhilarating of photographic techniques, and now you can have a true macro lens, letting you get up close and personal with wildlife (do be careful) technology or even taking lovely pictures of technology close-up. Take the fisheye lens out for a spin to take some interesting action shots, or use that wide angle lens to really capture the moment.In the lens kit you’ll find the following accessories.1 Fisheye Lens1 Wide Angle/Macro Lens (this lens unscrews to become the macro lens)3 Detachable Magnetic Rings for iPhone 4/4S/5/5S/6/6+3 Detachable Magnetic Rings for Android and other camera phones
Dodocool is offering three of their famous products at a considerable discount. One’s a premium MFi-Certified Apple Watch charging dock/stand and the other is a 1250W smart charging power strip with tons of outlets for your devices. The third one is a premium USB-C hub.Charge Your Apple Watch or Your Other Gadgets in Style Thanks to Dodocool and their Limited Time DiscountsThe first item on discount is Dodocool’s Apple Watch dock/stand which can fold easily. Using the multiple adjustable positions of the stand, you can either charge your wearable completely flat or even have it in Nightstand Mode if you like. Usually the stand costs $32.99 but now it’s down to just $21.77 if you apply the code W4YHEPAZ at checkout. The deal expires on the 25th of May so hurry up if you wish to pick one up for yourself.Dodocool’s wall mounted smart power strip is discounted too. It features 4 AC outlets as well as 4 USB ports for fast charging your devices at the same time. Usually this power strip goes for $17.99 on a regular day but now it’s down to just $11.87 if you apply the code EIUOSAFN at checkout. The discount ends on the 28th of this month.Lastly, if you’ve been looking for a USB-C hub then Dodocool has you covered in that arena as well. The product on offer features an array of different ports including 3x USB 3.0 ports, TF/SD card slot, HDMI and a Type-C port in one. The retail price of this is $49.99 but now it’s down to $29.99 with the code DYGGCMNP. The discount is valid up till 28th of this month. Share Tweet Submit
Scenic Eclipse to sail Caribbean and Central America following launch Share Posted by Tags: Central America, Scenic Eclipse, Scenic Luxury Cruises & Tours VANCOUVER — Scenic Luxury Cruises & Tours has announced two new itineraries for its newest ship, Scenic Eclipse.The 13-day ‘Taste of the Caribbean’ sails from Oct. 8-20, 2019 and features stops in Long Island, Guanaja Island in Honduras, and Half Moon Caye. The voyage departs from Nassau, Bahamas and disembarks in Miami. Fully-inclusive fares start at $10,275 per person, double.Also new is the 11-day ‘Colombia & Panama’ itinerary, departing Miami on Oct. 20, 2019. After a fun stop in Key West, passengers will head to Belize City, Roatan Island, Isla de Providencia in Colombia, Costa Rica’s Puerto Limón and the San Blas Islands before disembarking in Cartagena. Fully-inclusive prices start at $11,345.Scenic Eclipse launches on Aug. 15 and will spend six weeks sailing along the North American east coast. Considered the world’s first ‘Discovery Yacht’, this Polar Class 6 ship boasts 114 all-verandah suites, 10 dining options, a 5,920 square-foot spa with a gym and separate yoga and Pilates studio, two 6-guest helicopters and one 6-guest submarine capable of depths of nearly 1,000 feet. There’s also a 240-seat theatre for entertainment and lectures, indoor and outdoor plunge pools, butler service for all guests and an almost 1:1 guest-to-staff ratio.More news: Save the dates! Goway’s Africa Roadshow is backThe fully-inclusive fares include everything from gratuities to premium liquor and wines. The only additional costs to guests are excursions in helicopters, submarine, scuba diving and spa services. Thursday, July 11, 2019 << Previous PostNext Post >> Travelweek Group
PARIS (AP) – The head of U.S. Africa Command says the “shortcomings” of any top military leader reflect badly on the entire officer corps.With America’s top ranks ensnared in scandal, Gen. Carter Ham told reporters in Paris on Wednesday that such cases “undermine the trust” that officers receive from service members and the public.A day earlier, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta demoted Gen. William “Kip” Ward after he was accused spending thousands of dollars on lavish travel and other unauthorized expenses. Sponsored Stories Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Four benefits of having a wireless security system Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion project Get a lawn your neighbor will be jealous of Top Stories Retired Army Gen. David Petraeus has resigned as CIA director because of an extramarital affair and Marine Gen. John Allen is being investigated for improper communications with a woman.Ham said “any taint on an individual has a tendency to blemish the institution _ and it’s unhelpful.”(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Day Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenix Comments Share How Arizona is preparing the leader of the next generation
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In Oscars best-director nominees, a wealth of milestones by Jake Coyle, The Associated Press Posted Feb 9, 2018 9:52 am PDT Last Updated Feb 9, 2018 at 2:42 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email This combination photo shows nominated directors, from left, Guillermo del Toro for “The Shape of Water,” Christopher Nolan for “Dunkirk,” Greta Gerwig for “Lady Bird,” Jordan Peele for “Get Out,” and Paul Thomas Anderson for “Phantom Thread.” The 90th Academy Awards will be held on Sunday, March 4. (AP Photo) NEW YORK, N.Y. – There’s not an Academy Awards category this year that doesn’t feature some element of exciting new talent, captivating backstories or the possibility of an Oscar landmark victory.But, oh, that best director category.In even the glittering array of nominees to the 90th Academy Awards, the best director category stands out. Want history-making diversity? Check. First-time nominees? Check. Overdue veterans? Check.Just about the only thing missing from this year’s directing nominees (that is, not counting “The Post” director Steven Spielberg and “The Florida Project” filmmaker Sean Baker) is cutthroat competition. The five nominees — Guillermo del Toro (“The Shape of Water”), Jordan Peele (“Get Out”), Greta Gerwig (“Lady Bird”), Christopher Nolan (“Dunkirk”) and Paul Thomas Anderson (“Phantom Thread”) — have effusively praised one another as they’ve navigated their way along the awards-season campaign trail.They have, like everyone else, seemingly come to the conclusion that this is one heck of a good bunch of filmmakers.“Everybody is my opinion, for different reasons, had one of their best moments,” said del Toro in a recent interview. “Paul Thomas Anderson making a movie that is faithful to his obsessions, exacting and deep in a way he always his. Chris Nolan creating a symphonic work of cinema. Greta Gerwig, first movie off the bat, is a movie that’s in appearance simple but is incredibly complex, well-calibrated audio-visually, incredibly intimate.”And Peele, del Toro said, shared love of horror — a genre that seldom reaches the highest honours of the Oscars.“We’ve been brothers in arms in a way because we took a genre that’s normally not in the conversation and through each of our personal alchemies we transformed it with other genres,” he said. “In my case, musical theatre, comedy. In his case, he makes it into a social parable of enormous potency.”Del Toro, a meticulous maestro of dark Gothic fantasies, is considered the favourite of the five for his sumptuously made period monster romance, the Oscars-leader with 13 nods. He won the highly predictive top honour from the Directors Guild. But whoever wins, it will be their first directing Academy Award — or, provided none win best screenplay earlier in the ceremony, their first Oscar, period.That personal history will be made is for certain. But larger milestones could be set, too.Gerwig, whose coming-of-age drama artfully turns on a mother-daughter axis, is just the fifth woman nominated for directing in the nine-decade history of the Oscars, a distinction she has been proud to celebratewhile remaining vocal about the disgrace of that statistic as an emblem of the movie industry’s wider gender imbalances. But in a Hollywood that has lagged behind in inclusiveness, she and Peele — both making their solo directorial debuts, both in their ’30s — represent the future. On the morning of Oscar nominations, Peele was one of Gerwig’s first calls.“I feel connected to him because we’re part of the group to come up,” said Gerwig in a recent interview. “We’ve been on this journey together, in a way. It’s both of our first films. I love his film so much. It’s so groundbreaking, it’s so wonderful. It deserves everything.”If Gerwig were to win, she would be only the second woman to be awarded best director, after Kathryn Bigelow (2008’s “The Hurt Locker”). If Peele were to win, he would be the first black filmmaker to take the honour. (Previously nominated were John Singleton, Lee Daniels, Steve McQueen and, last year, Barry Jenkins.)Peele set out to make a rip-roaring thriller propelled by a powerful social critique of latent racism. That “Get Out,” released last February, has made it all the way to the Oscars has been an unexpected affirmation.“I’ve been dreaming about this moment since I was 13. And to be honest I’ve gone through times where I believed in it and times when I didn’t believe in it,” said Peele. “It comes with a really important lesson and realization for me which is that it’s bigger than me. It’s an important thing for a lot of people and the people who supported the film and the people out there who have the same dream but feel like they can’t do it for whatever reason.”Del Toro is, himself, the third Mexican-born filmmaker nominated for best director, a mark all the more meaningful at a time when anti-immigrant rhetoric courses through U.S. politics. With a nomination, del Toro joins his close friends and countrymen: Alfonso Cuaron (who won for 2013’s “Gravity”) and Alejandro Inarritu (a nominee for 2006’s “Babel” and a winner for both 2014’s “Birdman” and 2015’s “The Revenant”). The trio were dubbed “the three Amigos” when they stormed Hollywood more than a decade ago, and have often relied on each other for feedback on scripts and editing advice.“When we came onto the landscape, it was a very different landscape when you’re talking about Latin American directors in the industry,” said del Toro. “It was a lot of effort to change it and to get here, so it’s to be celebrated.”And then there’s Paul Thomas Anderson and Christopher Nolan — both among the very most revered and most ambitious filmmakers of the last two decades, both 47-year-old and in their prime. And yet neither has taken home an Academy Award. (This is Nolan’s first best director selection and Anderson’s second, following one for 2007’s “There Will Be Blood.”) They have navigated far different paths — Anderson, a thoroughly independent filmmaker who eludes classification; Nolan, a big-screen maximalist drawn to IMAX-sized spectacles — but both are slavish devotees to celluloid who have in recent years banded together to help preserve film in an increasingly digital industry.In praising each of his fellow nominees’ films at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival on Tuesday — “all of the films are just incredible work” — Nolan noted that since taking his kids to see “Phantom Thread,” they have taken to calling him Mr. Woodcock, after the film’s demanding, egotistical protagonist.It’s entertaining to imagine other crosspollinations. What if Peele directed “The Shape of Water”? What if Gerwig directed “Phantom Thread”? But the impossibility of those hypotheticals only reinforces how no one else could have made any of these five films except those who did. All either wrote or co-wrote their movies. All are carried forward by the expansive and idiosyncratic imaginations of their creators. There isn’t a bad choice in the bunch.___Associated Press writer Sandy Cohen contributed to this report from Los Angeles.___Follow AP Film Writer Jake Coyle on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/jakecoyleAP___For full coverage of awards season, visit: https://apnews.com/tag/AwardsSeason
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shells and water cannons to control the mobs at the Jantar Mantar and Boat Club areas The Boat Club was made off limit for protestors way back in the early 90s A bench of justices AK Sikri and Ashok Bhushan said the fundamental rights provided in the Constitution allow the people of this country to assemble peacefully and protest against any action or decision made by the government or other authorities that are not to their liking "Undoubtedly holding peaceful demonstrations by the citizenry to air its grievances and to ensure that these grievances are heard in the relevant quarters is its fundamental right This right is specifically enshrined under articles 19(1)(a) and 19(1)(b) of the Constitution of India" it said The court said legitimate dissent is a distinguishable feature of any democracy and the question is not as to whether the issue raised by protesters is right or wrong or it is justified or unjustified "The fundamental aspect is the right which is conferred upon the 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