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first_imgRising costs and a weakening dollar is prompting many U.S. companies to rethink their strategies of outsourcing to India. Analysts say that India’s cost advantage, which once saved U.S. corporations 40% to 50% on outsourced services, has shrunk to under 20% as the dollar has declined almost 16% against the rupee in recent years. Some U.S. corporations are turning to outsourcing providers in Latin America, which have the advantage of being in a closer time zone as well. Currently, however, many of these countries are still more expensive than India and the dollar has eroded against their currencies as well.Nevertheless, a Forrester Research report recently cautioned that India’s “advantage as an offshore location is fast eroding-its attractiveness takes a hit with each passing day.”Heeding the shifting tides, major Indian BPOs, such as Infosys, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) and Wipro, are moving aggressively to set up operations in Latin America and other parts of the world.  Related Itemslast_img read more

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first_imgNagaland Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio has appealed to the neighbouring States to facilitate the integration of Naga-inhabited areas of the northeast to let Nagas separated by political boundaries live together.Nagaland’s neighbours – Arunachal Pradesh, Assam and Manipur – are opposed to the idea of integration as it entails giving up large swathes of land for a unified Naga homeland, which has been one of the main demands of the Isak-Muivah faction of National Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCN-IM).Democratic rights“I appeal to the neighbouring States to recognise the history, yearning and democratic rights of the Nagas so that they can live together under a spirit of peaceful co-existence in the truest traditions of harmony and friendship,” Mr. Rio said in his Independence Day speech in Nagaland’s capital Kohima on Thursday.Lauds ModiHe also appreciated the Narendra Modi government at the Centre for reiterating the “uniqueness of Naga history” and reassuring that Article 371A was a solemn and sacred commitment to the people of Nagaland. There were apprehensions that the Centre would dilute Article 371A, which guarantees special provisions to the Nagas, after the move on Article 370 associated with Jammu and Kashmir.Violent protestsThe Nagaland Chief Minister said his government had always supported integration and that it had been a long-standing desire of the Nagas to live as one. This is expected to attract criticism from the neighbouring States that have witnessed violent protests against the bid to integrate Naga-inhabited areas under one administrative umbrella, as envisaged in the NSCN-IM’s ‘Greater Nagalim’ plan.The Greater Nagalim map includes Changlang, Longding and Tirap districts of Arunachal Pradesh, a wide strip of land across Charaideo, Sivasagar, Jorhat, Golaghat and Karbi Anglong districts of Assam, and Senapati, Kangpokpi, Ukhrul, Kamjong, Tamenglong, Tengnoupal and Noney districts of Manipur.Register of citizensMr. Rio’s appeal follows reports of his government’s differences with the NSCN-IM which has criticised the Register of Indigenous Inhabitants of Nagaland (RIIN), the ongoing headcount exercise. On the lines of the National Register of Citizens in Assam, RIIN seeks to identify Nagaland’s indigenous people.Nagaland has 16 recognised tribes but there are a lot of Nagas from Manipur who are settled in Nagaland. RIIN is thus seen to be in conflict with ‘integration’, though Mr. Rio clarified it was not meant to discriminate against or hurt the interests of any citizen.The NSCN-IM has been holding peace negotiations with the Centre since 1997. A Framework Agreement – its contents have not been disclosed – was signed in August 2015, but a permanent solution has remained elusive.last_img read more

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first_imgBarcelona coach Luis Enrique urged his side to forget about their miserable recent record at Real Sociedad as they seek a first win at Anoeta since 2007 on Sunday.The champions trail Real Madrid by four points at the top of La Liga and unless they reverse their run of results against high flying Sociedad, they risk slipping seven points behind ahead of next week’s Clasico against their arch-rivals. (Also read: Barcelona’s Andres Iniesta nears return from injury ahead of El Clasico)Barca have lost on their last four league visits to Anoeta, twice under Luis Enrique, last winning there in 2007 under Frank Rijkaard, although Sociedad were outside the top flight between 2007 and 2010.Luis Enrique, however, played down the significance of the club’s record in San Sebastian and said they should take inspiration from Wednesday’s 2-0 win at Celtic in the Champions League which sealed their passage to the last 16 as group winners.”I’m not interested in the slightest in speaking about the past, the only result we should focus on is our last one, where we won in a very difficult ground. I don’t think the past has any influence,” Luis Enrique told a news conference on Saturday.”I can’t think of a single ground in La Liga which is easy to play at and we’ll go there to compete.”Barca forward Neymar goes into the game on four yellow cards and a booking against Real Sociedad would rule him out of the game with Real Madrid.”I don’t think Neymar will be conditioned by the yellow cards and the points at Anoeta are worth the same as the ones against Real Madrid so I’ve not considered resting him,” Luis Enrique said. (Also read: La Liga to telecast ‘El Clasico’ live in Delhi and Mumbai)advertisement”The most important thing for us is the three points. Real Madrid are top and the only way to get closer to them is by getting the win.”Under the guidance of former Barcelona player and assistant coach Eusebio Sacristan, Real Sociedad have won their last four games to move up to fifth in the table, four points below Luis Enrique’s side.”It’s easy to see why they’re on a good run, they play direct attacking football and can build from the back,” added Luis Enrique.”They are a very dangerous opponent and that’s why they’re doing so well in the league.”last_img read more

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first_imgBUCKS 108, PISTONS 105, OTMILWAUKEE (AP) — Khris Middleton hit a 3-pointer with 40.7 seconds left in overtime, rookie Thon Maker scored a career-high 23 points and the Milwaukee Bucks beat the Detroit Pistons.Giannis Antetokounmpo shot steady from the stripe in the dying moments in overtime to lift the Bucks to victory over Pistons, 108-105.Middleton hit the 3 from the right wing after Maker tipped an offensive rebound right back to his teammate to save a crucial possession that started with a Middleton miss from nearly the same spot behind the arc.It was a thrilling end to the month for the Bucks, who moved into fifth place in the Eastern Conference after going 14-4 in March.Tobias Harris scored 23 points to lead the Pistons in a game of wild of swings. Detroit trailed by 18 in the first quarter, then led by 10 in the fourth quarter before the Bucks finished with a flourish.The best from @Giannis_An34 as he finished with 28 points, 14 rebounds, 9 assists, 2 blocks and a steal in the win!! #OwnTheFuture pic.twitter.com/LJFBOe3NHG— Milwaukee Bucks (@Bucks) April 1, 2017CLEVELAND (AP) — LeBron James scored 34 points, Kyrie Irving dropped 24 and the Cleveland Cavaliers ended a turbulent and troublesome March with an easy 122-105 win over the injury-weakened Philadelphia 76ers on Friday night.James made 14 of 22 shots in 30 minutes as the Cavs ended a three-game losing streak and won for just the third time in eight games to end the month 7-10.It’s been an alarming stretch for the NBA champions, who are running out of time to get tuned up for the postseason. But against the lowly Sixers, Cleveland regained some of its swagger before heading into April when the real fun begins.Kevin Love added 18 points and 10 rebounds as the Cavs won their ninth straight over the Sixers.Richaun Holmes and rookie Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot scored 19 apiece for Philadelphia, which only dressed nine players after shutting down Jahlil Okafor and Robert Covington for the remainder of the season with knee injuries.CELTICS 117, MAGIC 116BOSTON (AP) — Isaiah Thomas scored 35 points, Jae Crowder had 18 and the Boston Celtics rallied to beat the Orlando Magic to maintain their slim lead over Cleveland atop the Eastern Conference.Boston’s Al Horford made two free throws with 1:22 left for a one-point lead, and then Orlando missed three shots down the stretch, including a driving layup attempt by Elfrid Payton with two seconds left.The Celtics (49-27) entered with a half-game lead over the Cavaliers, who won easily against Philadelphia to preserve that margin.Horford and Jaylen Brown each scored 12 points, and Boston won for the fifth time in six games.Aaron Gordon scored 20 of his 32 points in the first half and had 16 rebounds, while Evan Fournier scored 20 points for the Magic. Payton dished out a career-high 15 assists and flirted with a triple-double, getting 12 points and nine rebounds.WARRIORS 107, ROCKETS 98OAKLAND, California (AP) — Stephen Curry scored 24 points, Klay Thompson had 20 and the Golden State Warriors got key plays down the stretch from just about everybody, using a big fourth quarter to hold off the Houston Rockets.Andre Iguodala’s left-handed drive and layup tied it with 7:07 remaining and he finished with 14 points, five rebounds and five assists. Ian Clark hit a go-ahead 3-pointer with 5:58 to play before Matt Barnes delivered a clutch basket in a game with a playoff feel.James Harden had another tough shooting night for Houston, held to 17 points while going 4 for 18 from the floor and 2 of 9 from beyond the arc. He also had 12 rebounds and eight assists.JaVale McGee contributed 13 points and a season-best five blocked shots off the bench in a 10th straight win for the Warriors, who are determined to earn the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference.PELICANS 117, KINGS 89NEW ORLEANS (AP) — DeMarcus Cousins had 37 points and 13 rebounds in his first game against the Kings, and the New Orleans Pelicans routed Sacramento.Cousins had downplayed his first meeting with the team that drafted him in 2010 and traded him away this February, but his play looked inspired. He tied a career-high with five 3-pointers and executed a tricky, crowd-pleasing, cross-court bounce pass during a fast break.Anthony Davis added 19 points, 12 rebounds and five blocks for the Pelicans, who led by as many as 32 en route to their eighth victory in 11 games. Pelicans first-round draft choice Buddy Hield, who was part of the Cousins trade, had 13 points for Sacramento, while Ben McLemore had 15 points.Cousins, who also finished with four assists and two blocked shots, received a standing ovation from many fans when he checked out of the game for the final time with a little more than three minutes left.SPURS 100, THUNDER 95OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Kawhi Leonard scored 27 points, and the San Antonio Spurs rallied from 21 points down in the third quarter to beat the Oklahoma City Thunder.The Spurs never led until the final minute. LaMarcus Aldridge’s dunk with 20.7 seconds left put the Spurs up 96-95. Oklahoma City’s Russell Westbrook drove to the hoop, but Aldridge blocked his shot. Leonard then drove the length of the floor, scored and was fouled. His free throw with 5.8 seconds left put the game out of reach.Westbrook had 32 points, 15 rebounds and 12 assists for his 39th triple-double of the season. He needs two more to tie Oscar Robertson’s single-season record of 41 set during the 1961-62 season.Pau Gasol scored 17 points for San Antonio, which was coming off a 110-98 home loss to Golden State on Wednesday in which the Spurs blew a 22-point lead.GRIZZLIES 99, MAVERICKS 90MEMPHIS, Tennessee (AP) — Mike Conley scored 28 points, Zach Randolph added 22 points and 12 rebounds, and the Memphis Grizzlies clinched a playoff spot with a 99-90 victory over the Dallas Mavericks.Memphis’ win, coupled with Denver’s loss at Charlotte earlier Friday night, earned the Grizzlies their seventh straight postseason berth.But Memphis had to weather a 3-point shooting rally in the closing minutes. Dallas made six of its first nine 3-point attempts in the final frame, a jumper by Wesley Matthews cutting Memphis’ advantage to 94-90 with just over a minute left. But Dallas could get no closer, dropping its fourth straight.Troy Daniels finished with 21 points for Memphis, shooting 7 of 12 from outside the arc.Six Mavericks finished in double figures, led by 13 points each from Dirk Nowitzki, Matthews and J.J. Barea. Matthews also had seven assists, and Nowitzki grabbed 12 rebounds.HORNETS 122, NUGGETS 114CHARLOTTE, North Carolina (AP) — Kemba Walker had 31 points, and the Marco Belinelli and Frank Kaminsky took over in the fourth quarter as the Charlotte Hornets preserved their slim playoff hopes with a win over the Denver Nuggets.The Hornets shot 17 for 26 on 3-pointers, including 7 for 12 in the fourth quarter.Charlotte trailed by eight entering the fourth, but scored 12 straight points to take control. Walker ignited the run with a long 3-pointer and then scored on a drive and drew a foul. Kaminsky, who had 22 points, and Belinelli each had three 3s in the fourth quarter as Charlotte outscored Denver 36-20.Nikola Jokic led Denver with 26 points and 13 rebounds.RAPTORS 111, PACERS 100TORONTO (AP) — DeMar DeRozan scored 40 points and the Toronto Raptors rolled to their seventh straight home win over the Indiana Pacers.DeRozan was 11 of 26 from the floor to register his 30th game of 30 points or more this season, tying Vince Carter’s 2000-01 franchise mark. It was also DeRozan’s sixth 40-point game of the season.Jonas Valanciunas had 16 points and 17 rebounds for his team-leading 28th double-double, while Serge Ibaka added 15 points and 12 rebounds.Paul George led the Pacers with 28 points, while Jeff Teague added 19, but they were unable to prevent Indiana from its fifth loss in its last six games.The Pacers’ last regular-season win in Toronto came on March 1, 2013.KNICKS 98, HEAT 94MIAMI (AP) — Kristaps Porzingis scored 22 points, Courtney Lee added 20 and the New York Knicks led nearly the entire way in beating the Miami Heat.Justin Holiday scored 12 for the Knicks, who played without Carmelo Anthony (back), Derrick Rose (knee) and Lance Thomas (hip). It was only the fourth win in the last 15 games for New York.Goran Dragic scored 22 points and Hassan Whiteside had 17 points and 16 rebounds for Miami, which missed 15 of its final 16 attempts from 3-point range. Even with the loss, Miami (37-39) held onto the No. 7 spot in the Eastern Conference standings because No. 8 Indiana (37-39) also lost. The Heat and Pacers are just a half-game ahead of No. 9 Chicago.JAZZ 95, WIZARDS 88SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Rudy Gobert had 16 points and 10 rebounds, Gordon Hayward scored 19 points and the Utah Jazz beat the Washington Wizards.The teams traded baskets throughout the fourth quarter. There were six ties, and neither team led by more than four until the final 33 seconds. Hayward got hot late after struggling much of the night and led an 11-4 run that gave the Jazz an 85-80 edge. Washington never led again, and Bradley Beal’s turnover with 35 seconds left allowed Utah to close out the game from the free-throw line.Hayward scored 10 points in the fourth quarter and also had seven rebounds and four assists for the night.Beal led Washington with 27 points.TweetPinShare0 Shareslast_img read more

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first_imgMohammad Shahzad was not happy even after Afghanistan went out of their skins to hold MS Dhoni-led Team India to a draw in their Super Four match of the Asia Cup 2018 at the Dubai International Stadium on Tuesday.Afghanistan produced yet another thriller that went right down to the wire. Shahzad’s 116-ball 124 had helped Afghanistan set India a challenging 253-run target, in chase of which KL Rahul (60) and Ambati Rayudu (57) gave India a solid start.However, regular wickets by Afghanistan meant the match got into a tricky zone such that India required seven runs in the final over, which was to be bowled by Afghanistan’s star man Rashid Khan.Jadeja hit a boundary off the second delivery of the over. While it looked like the ball had hit the ropes, the third umpire ruled it as four runs. Eventually India needed one run off the last two balls but Jadeja mistimed a short delivery from Rashid and send the ball straight into the hands of the only fielder in the deep. And the match ended in a tie.Asia Cup 2018, India vs Afghanistan: HIGHLIGHTS | AS IT HAPPENED”I’m not very happy, we have slogged for six hours at the ground without result, but I am happy with the performance of the team,” Shahzad said after being named the man-of-the-match.Shahzad was however happy to have played a heroic innings against a mighty side like India.”We have a flight tomorrow, so I thought of playing my game freely. I am feeling proud, because I have played an innings like this against the best side in Asia. I haven’t played well throughout the tournament, but I am happy that I played well in this one,” Shahzad further said.advertisementEven during the innings break, Shahzad explained what he thought before and during that epic knock. He said that he knew the wicket, the conditions and said onyl after about 10 overs, it feels better.”I just played my natural game. We know the wicket. We have been here for the last three weeks. Even before that, we have have been coming here and we know the conditions. It is very difficult because it is too hot. After 10 overs, it is slightly okay. The coach and captain said, ‘you can stay in the wicket and you can play your natural game’. I just went there and played my natural game,” Shahzad said.Also read – MS Dhoni captains India for 200th time in one-day internationalsHe further added he backed himself to get the big innings because the surface was absolutely flat and he knew that the Indian bowlers were new and inexperienced.”The wicket was too flat and I just said to myself that it will be my day. They made a couple of changes and I went after the new bowlers. We have world class spinners like Rashid Khan, Mujeeb and Nabi – so we don’t have problem with spinners. (When asked if he’ll be fit to keep wickets) Of course, I will try to do my best. I have already taken a shower.”Afghanistan were brilliant throughout the tournament. They defeated Sri Lanka and Bangladesh to reach the Super Four before giving Pakistan a mighty scare. Afghanistan came close to pulling off another spectacular win over Bangladesh but again, that was not to be.Also read – Captaining India in 200th ODI is all destiny, says MS DhoniOn Tuesday, with nothing to lose and plenty to prove, Afghanistan produced another sterling show. Shahzad smashed his fifth ODI hundred and single-handedly held the innings together even as Ravindra Jadeja and Kuldeep Yadav spun a web around the rest of the batting group.Shahzad was unstoppable even as his batting partners failed to deal with the guile of the Indian spinners. Shahzad’s knock was studded with 11 boundaries and seven sixes.last_img read more

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first_imgHuawei nova 5 to rock Kirin 810 chip, company’s second 7nm SoC after Kirin 980The Huawei nova 5 is set to launch on June 21 in China packing the new Kirin 810 chipset, which is based on a 7nm process. The nova 5 is also confirmed to sport a 48MP quad camera setup.advertisement Sanket Vijayasarathy New DelhiJune 19, 2019UPDATED: June 20, 2019 10:43 IST HIGHLIGHTSHuawei to become first smartphone brand to launch two 7nm mobile chipsets.The 7nm-based Kirin 810 chipset will replace the Kirin 710 SoC.Huawei nova 5 to launch with new Kirin 810 chipset and 48MP quad cameras.Huawei is set to become the first smartphone brand to launch two 7nm mobile chipsets. After the Kirin 980 flagship processor that has been powering devices like the Huawei P30 Pro (Review) and Honor 20 (Review), Huawei will soon come out with the Kirin 810 chipset, which is notably a mid-range processor that is said to replace the Kirin 710 SoC. This Kirin 810 chip will make its debut inside the Huawei nova 5.Huawei’s head of smartphone division He Gang confirmed the news via Chinese social media platform Weibo. The Huawei nova 5 is set to launch on June 21 in China packing the new Kirin 810 chipset, which is based on a 7nm process. This means you can expect higher performance output and superior power efficiency compared to the outgoing Kirin 710 processor.The exact specs of the Kirin 810 chipset is unconfirmed but it is believed to be an octa-core chipset that will include an ARM Cortex-A76 core and Mali-G52 GPU.As for the Huawei nova 5, the phone is confirmed to come with a 48MP quad camera setup. The nova 5 is expected to sport a 6.39-inch AMOLED FHD+ display with a droplet notch. The rear panel will likely be glass and is said to come in Green and Orange colours. The nova 5 will also come with an in-display fingerprint sensor and a 4,200mAh battery with 40W fast charging support.Based on reports so far, Huawei plans to announce three phones in the nova 5 series – a regular nova 5, nova 5i and a nova 5 Pro. We will know more about these devices including a new MediaPad M6 tabet at Huawei’s event on June 21.advertisementALSO READ | Huawei Mate X launch delayed till September due to Galaxy Fold debacleALSO READ | Huawei’s new OS reportedly 60 per cent faster than Android, will ship with new devices in OctoberGet real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted bySanket Vijayasarathy Tags :Follow HuaweiFollow Huawei nova 5last_img read more

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first_imgWatch: Indian football team’s Viking clap celebration with fans after draw vs QatarIndian football team received massive support from its fans who filled up the stadium in Doha in big numbers for their FIFA World Cup 2022 qualifier vs Qatar on Tuesday.advertisement Next India Today Web Desk DohaSeptember 11, 2019UPDATED: September 11, 2019 10:27 IST Indian football team players did the Viking claps celebration with fans after holding Qatar to 0-0 draw (Reuters Photo)HIGHLIGHTSIndian players celebrated with their fans at the stadium by doing the Viking thunderclapsIndia held Qatar to a goalless draw to earn their first point in the FIFA World Cup qualifiersIndia will host Bangladesh in their next match of the qualifiers on October 15 in KolkataQatar were playing at home but it was the Indian football team which was made to feel like the hosts thanks to the fans who turned up in huge numbers to support the Blue Tigers in their FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 and AFC Asian Cup China 2023 joint qualifiers Round 2 match in Doha on Tuesday.The Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium witnessed a sea of blue as fans turned up the decibel levels and were not left disappointed by the Indian team, who put in a spirited performance to earn a historic 0-0 draw against Asian champions Qatar.India’s stand-in captain Gurpreet Singh Sandhu, who was leading the team in the absence of an unwell Sunil Chhetri, even went on to say that his team was made to feel at home by the fans and thanked them for cheering for the players throughout the match.”It was like playing at home away from home. The support was incredible. They spurred us on, cheering us all throughout,” Gurpreet said.After the match the Indian football team members made sure to thank the fans in their own style as they brought out the Viking thunderclap celebration. The fans also joined in as Gurpreet and defender Sandesh Jhinghan brought the players on the sidelines of the pitch and started the Viking thunderclap.MASSIVE SHOUTOUT to all the fans at the stadium and to the ones that supported us from back at home#BackTheBlue#QATIND #WCQ #BlueTigers #IndianFootball pic.twitter.com/fhOT622KNGIndian Football Team (@IndianFootball) September 10, 2019The Viking thunderclap celebration was made popular by Iceland football fans during the Euro 2016. The Indian football team adopted this style of celebration with the Blue Pilgrims since the AFC Asian Cup in January this year with captain Sunil Chhetri leading the way.advertisementClean sheetThunder ClapsHolding the Asian Champs #QATIND #WCQ #BackTheBlue #BlueTigers #IndianFootball pic.twitter.com/wj2JAdaqfMIndian Football Team (@IndianFootball) September 10, 2019India, who had suffered a heartbreaking 1-2 loss to Oman in their opening match on September 5 in Guwahati, now have one point from two matches while Qatar have four points as they had beaten Afghanistan 6-0 in their first match here.The two sides had played just one official senior match before Tuesday and Qatar had won 6-0 in September 2007 in the 2010 World Cup qualifiers.India next play Bangladesh on October 15 in Kolkata.Also Read | Fans spurred us on: Gurpreet Sandhu after India hold Qatar in World Cup QualifiersAlso Read | FIFA World Cup qualifiers: Gritty India hold Asian Champions Qatar to goal-less drawFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byrohan sen Tags :Follow Indian football teamFollow Viking clap celebrationFollow FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022Follow FIFA World Cup Qualifierslast_img read more

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first_imgTORONTO – The Toronto Islands, a popular summer destination for both city residents and tourists, are set to reopen to the public on Monday after a nearly three-month closure due to historic flooding.Heavy rains in the spring caused water levels in Lake Ontario to rise to record highs, closing the cluster of islands to visitors as trees fell over, roads were washed out and carp spawned in large, muddy puddles.Island businesses — which rely on the busy summer season for a large portion of their revenue — suffered losses as their flow of customers slowed to a trickle, residents who lived on the islands stacked sandbags in an effort to keep their homes dry and industrial pumps worked to remove water from waterlogged areas of the community.The islands were supposed to reopen on June 30 but persistent rain and high water levels kept them closed.With Monday’s opening date now in sight island residents and businesses said they were happy the community will be able to benefit from tourism again.But many residents say they’ll also miss having the island all to themselves.“It was, at points, surreal,” said Shane Kearney, an island resident, who said that an entire generation of islanders have never had the island to themselves like this.“It was beautiful. You could go for bike rides and not see one person in the middle of a sunny afternoon on a Saturday.”As of Thursday morning, the island already had more of a buzz in the air as crews started to prepare for next week’s visitors. Pumps were still flushing out water in some closed-off areas, but many of the spots that had been submerged only had small puddles.At the Island Cafe, a restaurant a short walk from the island’s eastern ferry terminal, co-owner Zorah Freeman-McIntyre said businesses on the island have been ready to receive guests for a while.“As soon as (word) gets out, I think the boats will be quite packed,” he said. “We’re excited for people to come and for our businesses to thrive again.”Freeman-McIntyre said all the businesses had been frustrated the islands couldn’t open earlier, but understood that the flooding posed some safety concerns for visitors.Toronto’s water taxi services have also been anticipating the opening date, as they lost out on large chunks of business when the islands were closed.Sean Stewart, CEO of Infinity Water Taxi, said he only started his business 10 weeks ago. To offset the lack of island visitors, Stewart said he had to approach hotels and businesses to offer more tours of the lake, rather than just taxiing visitors back and forth from the islands.He said it’s a relief to learn business will soon go back to normal.“It is fantastic news, it’s great to know that we can have a piece of our history back again,” said Stewart.Some parts of the Toronto Islands will still have to remain closed, the city said.All beaches will be open with lifeguards on duty, but portions of some beaches will remain off-limits due to erosion and Olympic Island will remain closed to the public due to high water levels.Mayor John Tory has said the cost of fixing the damage done to the city’s shorelines and the Toronto Islands will run to many millions of dollars. The city said Thursday that preliminary numbers suggest the flooding and closure of the island had a financial impact of $4.9 million on its operating budget.“I know that for many Torontonians summer isn’t complete without a visit to the Toronto Islands, which is why I’m so pleased that the park is being reopened for residents and visitors to enjoy,” Tory said Thursday.“I want to thank city staff for their tireless and ongoing commitment to preserving and restoring the island park and to residents for their patience throughout this unprecedented event.”Island resident Jennifer Scott-Wood said she’s happy the islands are opening, but she’s going to tell her relatives to skip the visit this year.The ground is mushy and it’s not a great play spot,” she said, adding that a lot of areas were mosquito-laden throughout the day and that the island had tested positive for West Nile virus.“If you go on the grass it’s very … gross,” she said. “I hope we don’t have this again for another 30 or 40 years.”last_img read more

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The study, produced by the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) Innocenti Research Centre in Florence, Italy, is based on six dimensions to measure the well-being of children – material well-being, health and safety, education, peer and family relationships, behaviours and risks, and young people’s own subjective sense of well-being. “All countries have weaknesses to be addressed,” Innocenti Director Marta Santos Pais said of the Report Card 7: Child Poverty in Perspective. “No single dimension of well-being stands as a reliable proxy for child well-being as a whole and several OECD countries find themselves with widely differing rankings for different dimensions of children’s lives,” she added, referring to the Organization of Economic Co-operation and Development that groups 30 industrialized nations. The report shows that among all of the 21 OECD countries surveyed in the study there is room for improvement and that no single state leads in all six of the areas. Based on an average ranking position for all six dimensions the Netherlands topped the chart with 4.2, followed by Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Spain, Switzerland, Norway, Italy, Ireland, Belgium, Germany, Canada, Greece, Poland, Czech Republic, France, Portugal, Austria, Hungary, United States and the United Kingdom, the last two with an average rank of 18 and 18.2 respectively. The report finds no strong or consistent relationship between per capita gross domestic product (GDP) and child well-being. The Czech Republic, for example, achieves a higher overall rank for child well-being (12.5) than several much wealthier European countries. Also no country features in the top third of the rankings for all six dimensions. Pointing out that the Convention on the Rights of the Child calls on all countries to invest in its children “to the maximum extent of available resources,” Ms. Santos Pais said international comparison was a way of testing this commitment. “A country cannot be said to be doing the best it can for its children if other countries at a similar stage of economic development are doing much better – and that’s what the league tables are designed to show,” she added. The report is intended as a first step towards regular and comprehensive monitoring of child well-being across the OECD. Its scope is limited by the availability of comparable data, which means that key areas such as mental and emotional health and child neglect and abuse are omitted. But UNICEF hopes it will help to stimulate the collection of more comprehensive and more timely data. “All families in OECD countries today are aware that childhood is being re-shaped by forces whose mainspring is not necessarily the best interests of the child,” the report states. “At the same time, a wide public in the OECD countries is becoming ever more aware that many of the corrosive social problems affecting the quality of life have their genesis in the changing ecology of childhood.” Given these conditions, the report points to an overall view that the time has come to attempt to re-gain a degree of understanding, control and direction over what is happening to children. “That process begins with measurement and monitoring. And it is as a contribution to that process that the Innocenti Research Centre has published this initial attempt at a multi-dimensional overview of child well-being in the countries of the OECD.” 14 February 2007The Netherlands, Sweden, Denmark and Finland are at the top and the United States and the United Kingdom at the bottom of a United Nations score card launched today that provides the first comprehensive assessment of the well-being of children and young people in the world’s advanced economies. read more

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Major-General Franciszek Gagor of Poland, at present commander of the UN Iraq-Kuwait Observation Mission (UNIKOM), which is being phased out, will take over from Major-General Bo Wranker on 13 August. Gen. Gagor has served in the Polish armed forces for 34 years. He served as a senior interpreter in the Second UN Emergency Force (UNEF II) from 1976 to 1977, as Chief Operations Officer of the Polish Battalion in UNDOF in 1980 and 1985, as Deputy Chief Logistics Officer in UNDOF from 1989 to 1990, and as Deputy Sector Commander in UNIKOM in 1992 before becoming its commander in January. He graduated from the Higher Military School of Mechanized Infantry in Warsaw in 1973 and holds a master’s degree from the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan and a Ph.D. from the Polish Academy of National Defence in Warsaw. read more

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Most actively traded companies on the TSX, TSX Venture Exchange markets by News Staff Posted Oct 4, 2012 5:41 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email TORONTO – Some of the most active companies traded Thursday on the Toronto Stock Exchange and the TSX Venture Exchange:Toronto Stock Exchange (12,447.68 up 88.21 points):Sulliden Gold Corp. Ltd. (TSX:SUE). Miner. Up 14 cents, or 15.05 per cent, at $1.07 on 12,940,408 shares.Calmena Energy Services Inc. (TSX:CEZ). Oilfield services. Unchanged at 20 cents on 8,415,000 shares. The energy sector rose 0.57 per cent to 262.68 points, as the price of November crude oil climbed US$3.57 to $91.71 per barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.Progress Energy Resources Corp. (TSX:PRQ). Oil and gas. Down nine cents, or 0.41 per cent, at $21.79 on 6,437,959 shares.Kinross Gold Corp. (TSX:K). Miner. Up 57 cents, or 5.53 per cent, at $10.88 on 6,092,973 shares. The gold sector advanced 1.59 per cent to 5.49 points, buoyed by a jump of US$16.70 to $1,796.50 per ounce on the December bullion contract.Osisko Mining Corp. (TSX:OSK). Miner. Down six cents, or 0.61 per cent, at $9.84 on 5,412,818 shares.New Gold Inc. (TSX:NGD). Miner. Up 18 cents, or 1.49 per cent, at $12.26 on 5,322,839 shares.TSX Venture Exchange (1,340.85 up 15.63 points):Pinecrest Energy Inc. (TSXV:PRY). Oil and gas. Up 15 cents, or 8.07 per cent, at $1.74 on 5,420,405 shares.Hana Mining Ltd. (TSXV:HMG). Mining exploration and development. Up 4.5 cents, or 10.84 per cent, at 46 cents on 3,583,167 shares.Companies reporting major news:CAE Inc. (TSX:CAE). Flight simulator. Down seven cents, or 0.66 per cent, at $10.46 on 568,036 shares. The flight simulator maker sold six new simulators to customers in Asia and North America, plus updates for a number of customers for a total value of $85 million at list prices.Nexen Inc. (TSX:NXY). Oil and gas. Down 23 cents, or 0.91 per cent, at $24.99 on 473,378 shares. Prime Minister Stephen Harper weighed in on China’s state-owned offshore oil company’s $15-billion bid for Nexen, saying the deal “raises a range of difficult policy questions.”SNC-Lavalin (TSX:SNC). Engineering and construction. Up 56 cents, or 1.49 per cent, at $38.25 on 229,395 shares. The Montreal-based company has been awarded a contract by IC Potash Corp. (TSX:ICP) to develop key sections of a feasibility study for its Ochoa Sulphate of Potash project in New Mexico. No value was provided. read more

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In a joint statement, the UN Humanitarian Coordinator in the Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT), Jamie McGoldrick; the Head of the UN Human Rights office (OHCHR) in the OPT, James Heenan; and the Special Representative for the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) in the State of Palestine, Genevieve Boutin, said they were “deeply concerned” by continued reports of “children killed or seriously injured, some as young as 11” in Palestinian-administered areas.They also denounced the fact that “children in Israel are exposed to fear, trauma, and grave injuries”.“This month alone, seven Palestinian children were killed by live ammunition and shelling from Israel”, they said, adding that “two Israeli girls aged 14 and 15 also reportedly sustained injuries from rockets and mortar shells indiscriminately launched by Palestinian armed groups towards Israel”.According to figures provided by UN agencies in the region, since the start of demonstrations at the border fence against Israel’s longstanding blockade and deteriorating living conditions in Gaza on 30 March, 26 Palestinian children have been killed.21 were shot during the demonstrations, and five others were killed by Israeli shelling, or outside the context of demonstrations. In the same period, hundreds more children have been injured by live ammunition.“A number of these children will suffer lifelong disabilities, including as a result of the amputation of limbs,” the UN officials said. “Thousands are in need of urgent psycho-social assistance, specialised medical care, and support for their rehabilitation.”The statement stressed that “all over the Occupied Palestinian Territory, but particularly in the Gaza Strip”, children are “robbed of every right.”“Families cope with four hours of electricity per day in the sweltering heat, clean drinking water is expensive and hard to find. The start of the school year in one month will be very difficult for tens of thousands of families who cannot afford basic school supplies,” said the three UN officials.In addition, they deplored the “too often cynical use of children in political rhetoric and propaganda on all sides,” citing last week’s call by the organisers of the ‘Great March of Return’ for Palestinians to demonstrate under the banner of “the Friday of our Child Martyrs” and the reported exposure of children to violence. “Children should never be the target of violence and must not be put at risk of violence, nor encouraged to participate in violence,” the joint statement read.“We call on Israel, as well as the Palestinian Authority and the Hamas authorities in Gaza to put children’s rights ahead of any other considerations and to take immediate steps to alleviate their suffering,” said Mr. McGoldrick, Mr. Heenan and Ms. Boutin. “Respecting the rights of children and refraining from instrumentalising their plight should be a priority for all”, they insisted, stressing that the Israeli-Palestinian context is “not an exception”.On 23 July, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein, briefed the UN’s Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People, on the many human rights violations facing women, children and men living in the OPT. read more

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first_imgMauritanie : la pêche interdite pour offrir aux richesses aquatiques un repos biologiqueMauritanie – Pendant deux mois, la pêche industrielle sera interdite en Mauritanie. Unrepos biologique censé permettre aux richesses halieutiques de se régénérer dans un contexte de surexploitation. Ce premier repos de deux mois a débuté samedi dernier et durera jusqu’au début du mois de juillet. Il sera suivi d’une seconde interdiction de la pêche industrielle en septembre et octobre prochains.À lire aussiPourquoi l’eau des océans est-elle salée ?Un tel repos biologique doit “permettre la création d’un milieu propice à la régénération des ressources halieutiques, leur gestion durable et la préservation du milieu naturel” a expliqué le ministère de la Pêche. L’interdiction concerne quelque 300 navires opérant dans les eaux mauritaniennes et parmi eux, plus de 150 bateaux européens qui s’adonnent à la pêche de fond.D’une durée de deux mois pour la pêche industrielle, le repos biologique concernera également la pêche artisanale. Toutefois, pour cette dernière, l’interdiction ne durera qu’un mois et débutera le 15 mai prochain. “L’option du repos biologique est nécessaire au moment où nos eaux sont surexploitées et fortement pillées par les pirates contre lesquels la marine mauritanienne fait pourtant de gros efforts” souligne auprès de l’AFP un expert mauritanien de la pêche, Brahim Ould Boucheiba. Et d’ajouter que le potentiel exploitable est aujourd’hui très largement dépassé, l’effort de pêche touchant les animaux juvéniles, qui devraient pourtant être épargnés.Le 9 mai 2010 à 16:25 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

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first_imgFoxconn Technology, the world’s largest contract manufacturer of electronic items, will reportedly start making 4G smartphones for the impending launch of Reliance Jio at its facility in Navi Mumbai from March.The Taiwanese tech giant has acquired 200,000 sq ft on a sub-lease in Navi Mumbai’s information technology & IT-enabled services zone for the facility, which will also be used to manufacture handsets for its existing client Chinese Xiaomi, an official of the state government’s industries department told Business Standard.Recently, Reliance Jio launched its 4G services, initially, for the employees of Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Industries. The commercial launch of its services is expected in the next fiscal year.The facility will mark Foxconn’s first investment in Maharashtra after it had announced in August that it would invest $5 billion (roughly Rs 32,000 crore) in the state in the next five years. The state government had also agreed to allot 1,500 acre land for Foxconn.However, Foxconn is yet to send a formal application for the allotment of 1,500 acres to set up research and development (R&D) and manufacturing facilities, the official said. The company was looking to have plants at Khopoli in Raigad district and Chakan-Talegaon in Pune district.”Senior executives are expected to soon meet with officials of Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation. MIDC will notify the necessary land after it receives Foxconn’s proposal,” the official added.In October last year, the Maharashtra government led by chief minister Devendra Fadnavis had rolled out a range of incentives for Foxconn to set up manufacturing units in the state.The state government had said that it would assist Foxconn in getting loans at preferred rates of interest, including a payment moratorium period of 10 years. Besides, the government will offer a subsidy on its total fixed capital investment, without a bar on the amount. Foxconn will also be eligible for 20% subsidy from the state government in addition to central government subsidies.Foxconn, which is already making smartphones for Xiaomi at a leased facility in Sri City, Andhra Pradesh, was reported to be in advanced talks with the Gujarat state government last month to set up a manufacturing plant near Sanand, in which it is likely to invest $4 billion (around Rs 25,000 crore).last_img read more

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Collection of candid portraits by Raghu Rai

first_imgFilmmaker Satyajit Ray captured on camera on the sets of Bengali film Ghare Baire is among a slew of portraits assembled by ace photographer Raghu Rai in his new book aptly titled ‘People’.Ray’s photograph in black and white considered to be a masterpiece has a story behind it, reveals Rai. “He lay down on the same bed, smoking his pipe, on which his heroine was sitting and I took some pictures from the front. Then I moved towards the other side from where you could only see his back and I realized that the lighting was very dramatic. You could see the adjoining room through the door and there were spectacular shadows falling on the wall,” says the photographer.  Also Read – Add new books to your shelfThe images in the book, published by Aleph, reveals moments and people in both candid and staged and describe Rai’s inexplicable sense to capture the truth of the person through his lens.Apart from portraits of film personalities and celebrities captured in shining black and white in their most candid expressions, the book also contains a compilation of Rai’s best photographs of people. The pictures, he says, were taken for specific magazines or newspaper assignments and as Rai says have happened as “a result of spontaneous magic.” “When I take a person’s portrait, I am trying to capture the aura of that person. I am trying to get the truth of that person to emerge in the photographs,” he says. “My portraits of musicians in the book looked strong because they all were a candid study of them. MS Subbulakshmi’s portrait was taken when she was performing. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveBismillah Khan’s portrait was taken when he was in jugalbandi with Vilayat Khan,” Rai writes. The photographer who has won many international as well as national accolades including the Padma Shri, describes images of people in black and white vividly and refers to shoot pictures in the same shades.“I prefer to take portraits in black and white. Colour makes for very average portraits. In black and white, the grey tones, highlights and contrasts that you are able to create enable you to bring out the strength of the expression in a person’s eyes or face,” he writes. Rai describes his interest to click ordinary people and mentions some of the public figures which he enjoyed photographing. “I liked taking pictures of Indira Gandhi early on in her career, later as a result of growing security concerns; she became a bit distant and photographing her wasn’t as much fun,” he says.“I suppose my all time favorite among people I have shot is Dalai Lama. I have never met God but I have no hesitation in saying that Christ/Buddha/Nanak must have been like Dalai Lama,” Rai writes while describing his passion to shoot the Dalai Lama. Rai does not detest the new “selfie” phenomenon, but describes it as only mere “fun”. “Today, unfortunately, the age of the selfie has destroyed the art of portrait photography,” he writes.“These cell phones have wide angle lens which distort perspective. In order to take a good portrait you have to use a lens that does not distort perspective. Selfies are fun, but as portraits they are just silly.” The images in the book stamp themselves immediately on the viewer’s gaze. Rai wraps up his compilation of portraits asking the viewer to look for the essence of whichever person has been photographed, rich or poor, famous or anonymous.last_img read more

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The Packers Should Deal for Antonio Brown

first_imgAntonio Brown and the Steelers went public with their intention to part ways yesterday after Brown met with Steelers’ President Art Rooney. Brown has probably turned some teams off with his erratic social media behavior and bridge burning approach to get his way, but Colin thinks the Packers should roll the dice and get Aaron Rodgers the best weapon of his career.The Packers need more firepower, especially with the Bears now the team to beat in the NFC North, and it would be stupid for Green Bay to waste the final good years of a generational quarterback talent like Rodgers by penny pinching and surrounding him with sub par offensive talent. The fit for Brown also works because he gets another elite QB talent to get him the ball. As the Amari Cooper trade to Dallas already showed, a shotgun receiver/QB marriage can work and produce big-time results in today’s NFL.With two first round picks, Green Bay has the assets to unload one and get it done. They should.last_img read more

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New startup aiming to improve services in Cyprus set to launch soon

first_imgThe new website will help locals make better decisions by learning from others’ experiences and by sharing their own through online reviews.There is a new local services review platform in town. opiokalos.com which is set to launch next month is the first website in Cyprus that connects locals with the best businesses, and business owners with their communities through reviews.‘Our main advantage is fourfold: we publish reviews as written by consumers with no possibility for businesses to change, remove or re-order them, we build businesses reputation based on service quality, we offer free access to everyone and we have zero tolerance for fraud’ said Opiokalos founder Anca Rachita.While the first advantage is quite self-explanatory, Rachita further explained that even though people in Cyprus can find recommendations on social media or from relatives, most of these turn out to be biased or not based on a larger unrelated community.How does it work?As for how it will work, Opiokalos.com is creating a technology that is focused on improving user experience, thus making it easy for people searching for specific services to find them by either browsing categories or by searching for specific business names and keywords related to the needed service. Their technology will also allow users to customise and personalise their search to help them find exactly what they are looking for. In case the searched business is not yet available, Opiokalos.com will also allow users to create a listing for it and then review it.This is a win-win situationThe platform is aiming to help businesses build their online reputation and improve their services.“We want Opiokalos to be a win-win for both communities and business owners. Clients want convenience, if they can’t find a business they can’t choose it and if they find it they need to trust it first before engaging in a purchase,” said Rachita.Opiokalos already has many enquiries from Cyprus businesses that want to take part in this brand-new way of working with their customers, but at first, they will feature only the best businesses in terms of service while it will allow its database to expand slowly.The platform offers a free plan for business owners but also paid plans for more serious collaborations.Early-bird service providers know that thousands of residents and millions of yearly visitors to the island will value Opiokalos’ way of doing business.Care to join us? Please contact us on support@opiokalos.com or call us on 00357 998 45 994.You May LikeCalifornia Earthquake AuthorityWe protect our home with earthquake insuranceCalifornia Earthquake AuthorityUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCypriot tycoon launches ‘Bank of Cannabis’Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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