BRUSSELS — Official figures show that industry across the 19-country eurozone endured in 2018 its worst year since the recession after the global financial crisis, with a broad-based slowdown across countries and sectors.Statistics agency Eurostat said Wednesday that industrial output in the single currency bloc was 4.2 per cent lower in December than the year before. That’s the worst performance since November 2009.The figure was weighed down by a bigger than expected month-on-month decline. In December, output was down 0.9 per cent against expectations for a 0.4 per cent fall.The news could ratchet up expectations that eurozone growth in the fourth quarter may be revised down from a quarterly rate of 0.2 per cent.Andrew Kenningham, chief European economist at Capital Economics, said the “risk of an outright recession has clearly risen.”The Associated Press
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by Anne D’Innocenzio And Michelle Chapman, The Associated Press Posted Feb 15, 2013 3:21 pm MDT Kraft expects 4Q adj. profit to top Street view, anticipates lower revenue; ups 2013 outlook NORTHFIELD, Ill. – Kraft Foods expects to report adjusted earnings for the fourth quarter that is above analysts’ current estimates and raised its earnings forecast for this year.But the company behind brands such as Oscar Mayer and Miracle Whip also said it expects a decline in fourth-quarter revenue compared with a year ago.“The fourth quarter was one of real progress and some significant disappointment,” Kraft CEO Tony Vernon told investors during a conference call Friday. “We made great strides in productivity, profit, and cash, but we really missed our topline.”But Vernon noted he feels good about the solid financial foundation for the future of the “new Kraft.”The outlook comes as Kraft, based in Northfield, Ill., looks to redefine itself after splitting last year from its global snack foods business called Mondelez International Inc. Mondelez has brands including Oreo and Nabisco.The split was intended to allow each of the companies to focus on a more targeted portfolio of products, thus accelerating growth. As part of Kraft’s strategy, it’s working to clean up the company’s lineup of less-profitable product extensions and revitalize languishing brands like Jell-O by betting on innovations.Kraft anticipates quarterly earnings of about 15 cents per share. Analysts surveyed by FactSet expect earnings of 23 cents per share but usually exclude unusual items from the comparison.The company said its earnings estimate of 15 cents included charges of approximately 24 cents per share related to its pension fund strategy, about 14 cents per share in restructuring charges and 4 cents per share in unrealized losses from hedging activities.If those charges were excluded, adjusted earnings would be 57 cents per share and easily beat Wall Street estimates.Kraft said revenue is expected to drop 10.7 per cent to $4.49 billion in the fourth quarter from an adjusted total of $5.03 billion a year ago. Wall Street expected revenue of $4.75 billion.The company said the decline is due in part to the prior-year period having an extra week of sales. The year-ago quarter also included revenue from products that are now owned by Mondelez as well as product pruning.But Vernon also noted that sales were also hurt because competitors offered lower prices in certain categories to lure financially strapped mothers. The company said one competitor pushed lower prices of its cold cuts and that hurt sales of the Kraft’s Oscar Mayer’s Lunchables. Lunchables are box-style lunch combinations like ham and cheddar cheese. In another case, Vernon said Kraft dealt with price competition for its macaroni and cheese products by stepping up its advertising.“These are the choices we make as we roll out this playbook,” said Vernon. “In hindset, I regret not responding on cold cuts exactly the way we responded on Mac & Cheese.”For 2013, Kraft now expects earnings of about $2.75 per share, up from approximately $2.60 per share. Analysts expected $2.66 per share.Kraft said its full-year restructuring costs are now anticipated to be about $300 million, up from its prior forecast of approximately $240 million.The company said it is implementing a four-part strategy to help better manage and lower the volatility of expenses and cash outlays related to its pension fund obligations. As part of this strategy, Kraft said that it will make a pension contribution of about $600 million in 2013. It anticipates level, annual pension contributions of about $225 million after that time. The company said that it expect the 2013 pension contribution to be funded with available cash. Future contributions are expected to be funded through cash flow from operations.Kraft will report its final fourth-quarter and full-year results by March 29.Its shares slipped 6 cents to $47.10 in afternoon trading.
Some of the most active companies traded Thursday on the Toronto Stock Exchange:Toronto Stock Exchange (14,630.72, up 4.48 points):B2Gold Corp. (TSX:BTO). Miner. Up 20 cents, or 5.46 per cent, to $3.86 on 9.1-million shares.Telesta Therapeutics Inc. (TSX:TST). Health care. Up 0.25 of a cent, or 1.85 per cent, to 13.75 cents on 6.9-million shares.Yamana Gold Inc. (TSX:YRI). Miner. Down three cents, or 0.52 per cent, to $5.76 on 5.9-million shares.First Quantum Minerals Ltd. (TSX:FM). Miner. Down 24 cents, or 2.17 per cent, to $10.84 on 5.6-million shares.Encana Corp. (TSX:ECA). Oil and gas. Down one cent, or 0.08 per cent, to $12.80 on 5.3-million shares.Torstar Corp. (TSX:TS.B). Publishing. Down two cents, or 1.38 per cent, to $1.43 on 5.3-million shares.Companies reporting major news:Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (TSX:CM). Bank. Up $1.28, or 1.25 per cent, to $103.28 on 2.8-million shares. CIBC reported that its quarterly profit climbed nearly 50 per cent from a year ago to $1.44 billion, although much of the jump came from the sale of its minority stake in American Century Investments. Without the gains from the sale, the bank says its profit was up eight per cent to $1.07 billion from $990 million.Toronto-Dominion Bank (TSX:TD). Bank. Down six cents, or 0.10 per cent, to $57.50 on three-million shares. TD Bank saw its third-quarter profit rise four per cent from a year ago to $2.36 billion, partly thanks to strong earnings from its U.S. retail banking operations. That’s compared to the $2.27 billion the bank earned during the same quarter last year. by The Canadian Press Posted Aug 25, 2016 2:48 pm MDT Last Updated Aug 25, 2016 at 4:52 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Most actively traded companies on the TSX
“They are called the hard core – a cross-over group that includes elderly drink drivers and others from all age groups.”Hard core older drink drivers will have developed bad habits over years, probably got away with it in the past and believe they can still drive safely when half-cut.”Drink-driving can result in three months’ imprisonment, a £2,500 fine or a driving ban. He added that the figures suggested that “morning-after” enforcement designed to catch drinkers going to work still drunk was not working.”What is surprising is that, with more of the enforcement done the morning after to catch the home boozers, the number of elderly drivers caught has gone up. “With less likelihood of retirees needing to get up early to go to work, the chances of getting caught at that time of day must be lower,” he said. More elderly people are getting caught for drink-driving because they believe they can still drive safely when drunk. New figures suggest that pensioners are still getting behind the wheel after a drink – while teenagers are less likely to risk it. The number of under-19s caught drunk at the wheel has plummeted over ten years while the number of over-65s has risen.Data released by the Ministry of Justice following a Freedom of Information request shows that 1,436 under-19s were caught drink-driving in 2015, compared to 6,744 in 2005. The overall number of people convicted of drink driving has fallen from 84,540 in 2005 to 45,970 in 2015. But pensioners have bucked the trend, with the number of over-65s convicted of the offence rising from 1,295 in 2005 to 1,435 in 2015. However, just three over-65s have been convicted of causing death by careless driving while drunk or under the influence of drugs in the past ten years.Accidents involving drivers who had been drinking also fell over the same period, from 10,080 in 2005 to 5,740, according to separate figures from the Department for Transport, with the number of fatal accidents falling from 470 to 180.Expensive alcohol means young people are less likely to be driving home drunk from bars and clubs, according to a spokesman for the AA. He added that older drivers have a misguided view that they can still drive well after having had a drink. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. He said: “For the younger drivers, the cost of alcohol in pubs and nightspots will have put downward pressure on drink-drive statistics in their age group.”However, there is a need for targeted policing of places with late night drinking. “Although the majority will heed the warnings, it is the minority who flout the law and still pose a high risk.
Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. “I opened the door, and on the mat was the delivery note saying he had put it through the open window.”I was baffled as all the downstairs ones were closed. The only open one was the upstairs spare room. I went upstairs and sure enough, there on the floor was the box.”Fortunately, it was very well padded and the bulbs weren’t damaged. So I just found the whole thing hilarious. But if they’d been broken, I might have felt differently.”The mum-of-two, who runs the Sunshine and Light yoga class in her home village, added: “The package could also have ended up on the roof, or anywhere.”And it could have hit a child in the room, or a pet. It wasn’t particularly heavy, but if it had hit a newborn baby in a cot, for example, it wouldn’t have done it much good.”I just found it very weird. The driver ticked the ‘we left it in the safe place you told us about’ box – but that certainly isn’t an open window ten feet in the air.”An Amazon spokesman said: “We have very high standards for our delivery partners and expect every package to be handled with care.” An Amazon customer was left stunned after a delivery driver hurled a box of lightbulbs through an upstairs window while she was out.Claudine McLaren returned home on Monday to find a note saying the parcel had been ‘left in the safe place you told us about’.The driver added it had been ‘put through an open window’ on the ‘sorry we missed you’ card.Claudine said she thought the message was strange, as all the downstairs windows were closed, but found the box of £9.99 LED lightbulbs on the floor of her spare bedroom.The 43-year-old yoga teacher said: “I was absolutely amazed.”The window is over 10 feet in the air, and there is no evidence he used a ladder. And there is nothing to stand on. He must have just stood on the pavement outside and chucked it through the window.”I’m surprised he managed to get it in. The window isn’t much bigger than the box itself. He must have been very confident in his own ability to do it. My mum thinks he must be a cricketer or something.”Ms Claudine, of Houghton-on-the-Hill, Leics, added: “I receive quite a lot of packages from Amazon, and if I’m not in the driver usually leaves them around the back in the garden.
MANY EYEBROWS were raised yesterday when it was announced that the European Union had been awarded the 2012 Nobel Peace Prize, for its work in seeing historical enemies “become close partners”.The citation from the Norwegian Nobel Committee said the EU had helped to eliminate the barriers between east and west Europe, and virtually guaranteed that there would be no further wars between the major military powers of Western Europe.At the same time, though, the EU is facing what many see as the greatest threat to the European project – the debt crisis which has seen major social unrest in many European countries and threatens to create a two-tier Europe, undermining the EU’s broader goals.Though the EU has done plenty to avert the threat of military conflict between its members and in the wider world, for some its popularity has never been lower. So – should the European Union have won the Nobel Peace Prize? Poll Results: Yes (463) YesNoI’m not sureVoteRead: European Union awarded 2012 Nobel Peace PrizeMore: So, how are you going to spend your share of the Nobel prize? No (1143) I’m not sure (671)
Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#Jamaica, November 2, 2017 – Montego Bay – Minister of Tourism, Hon. Edmund Bartlett, says Jamaica should cement its place as a global conference destination when Montego Bay hosts the ‘Global Conference on Sustainable Tourism’ from November 27 to 29. The United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) conference is being held in collaboration with the World Bank Group and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) at the Montego Bay Convention Centre in Rose Hall, St. James.Speaking at a media briefing at the office of the Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce on October 31, Mr. Bartlett said one of the key outcomes of the conference will be the Declaration of Montego Bay document, which will form the blueprint for sustainable tourism development globally. Mr. Bartlett said the level of collaboration for the conference underpins its value, quality and uniqueness, as this will be the first that “everyone involved in tourism in a global perspective will be here in Jamaica and involved in discussing, deliberating and finalising a UN Declaration”.“The legacy from this conference will make Jamaica immortal, because we will become the centre for a whole range of discussions and applications in the future as we build out tourism down the road,” he argued.The Minister said the conference is going to redefine destination Jamaica as the centre where the world can come on an annual basis to cerebrate on matters relating to the development of tourism. Citing the importance of the involvement of the key multilateral financial institutions, including the World Bank and the IDB, Mr. Bartlett said this is aimed at “putting into strong focus the economic importance of tourism in global arrangements”.These deliberations, he pointed out, will focus on bringing ideas and capital together to create products and to build out a strategy for stimulating economic growth and job creation during the event, which is to be held under the theme ‘Jobs and Inclusive Growth: Partnerships for Sustainable Tourism’.“It is the first time in the history of tourism activities that these elements are coming together to discuss the future of tourism,” the Minister explained.Mr. Bartlett encouraged Jamaicans to register to attend the conference via the UNWTO website. He also said the Ministry has made efforts to ensure the conference offers a “more interactive approach”, and, as a result, the first plenary session will include Ministers of Tourism and Chief Executive Officers of tourism enterprises engaging in dialogue about the make-up of successful, replicable collaboration models.The Minister said the second plenary session will examine the direct contributions of tourism enterprises to the development of destinations, so that new and emerging small and medium tourism enterprises and large companies can “focus on their bottom line”.The third session, he noted, will see the multilateral development banks and their clients pairing up to explore instruments, approaches and requirements for financing large- and small-scale tourism developments, while the fourth will examine donor-funded programmes that demonstrate balanced growth with environmental sustainability and social inclusion. This will be followed by the presentation of the Draft Declaration of Montego Bay, which will be completed by the Scientific Committee during the conference.Among the confirmed speakers at the conference are Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Andrew Holness; President of the Dominican Republic, His Excellency Danilo Medina; and UNWTO Secretary-General, His Excellency Taleb Rifai.Conference collaborators include the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO); the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA); private international development company, Chemonics International; and the George Washington University of the United States.The conference is also sponsored by some major international entities, including Airbnb, CNN, American Airlines, and Ethiopian Airlines, as well as Jamaican companies such as the Sandals Group, Chukka Caribbean, MBJ Airports, CariMed, Red Stripe, and the Jamaica National Group.Hotel partners include Iberostar Hotels, Hyatt Ziva, Hilton Rose Hall, Jewel Grand, Holiday Inn, Zoetry and the Half Moon Hotel.
May 17, 2019 AP AP, SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — President Donald Trump is moving fast to build a wall on the Mexico border with billions of dollars secured under his declaration of a national emergency, but he first must get past the courts.On Friday, a federal judge in Oakland heard arguments in two lawsuits seeking to block the White House from spending money from the Defense and Treasury departments for the project.California and 19 other states brought one lawsuit; the Sierra Club and Southern Border Communities Coalition, represented by the American Civil Liberties Union, filed the other.The plaintiffs asked U.S. District Judge Haywood S. Gilliam Jr. to block the shifting of funds and construction on the wall. They want a quick decision, arguing that some of the Pentagon-funded projects could begin in eight days.Gilliam said he will issue a decision next week.President Donald Trump visits a new section of the border wall with Mexico in Calexico, Calif., Friday April 5, 2019. Gloria Chavez with the U.S. Border Patrol, center, and Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen listen. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)In another case, a federal judge in Washington on Thursday will consider a bid by the House to prevent Trump from spending any Defense Department money for a border wall.At stake is billions of dollars that would allow Trump to make major progress on his signature campaign promise heading into his campaign for a second term.The president’s adversaries say the emergency declaration was an illegal attempt to ignore Congress, which authorized far less wall spending than Trump wanted.Trump grudgingly accepted congressional approval of $1.375 billion to end a 35-day government shutdown on Feb. 15 and declared the emergency in almost the same breath. The White House says it has identified up to $8.1 billion that it could spend on the project.Trump’s actions “amount to a usurpation of Congress’ legislative powers in violation of bedrock separation of powers principles embedded in the Constitution,” the state attorneys general wrote.The administration argues that Trump is protecting national security as unprecedented numbers of Central American asylum-seeking families arrive at the U.S. border.“The increasing surge of migrants, the highest in over a decade, has placed a tremendous strain on the limited resources of the Department of Homeland Security and exacerbated the risks to border security, public safety, and the safety of the migrants themselves,” the Justice Department said in a court filing.The courtroom showdowns come amid a flurry of activity to accelerate wall construction.Kenneth Rapuano, an assistant secretary of defense, said in a court filing last month that work on the highest-priority, Pentagon-funded projects could begin as soon as May 25.The Defense Department transferred $1 billion to border wall coffers in March and another $1.5 billion last week. Patrick Shanahan, acting defense secretary, may decide as soon as Wednesday whether to transfer an additional $3.6 billion.Last month, the Army Corps of Engineers awarded a $789 million contract to SLSCO Ltd. of Galveston, Texas, to replace 46 miles (74 kilometers) of barrier in New Mexico, paid for by Pentagon funds.On Wednesday, Barnard Construction Co. of Bozeman, Montana, won a $141.8 million contract to replace 5 miles (8 kilometers) in Yuma and 15 miles (24 kilometers) in the El Centro, California, sector.Southwest Valley Constructors of Albuquerque, New Mexico, won a $646 million contract to replace 63 miles (101 kilometers) in the Tucson, Arizona, sector. All of those projects are funded by the Defense Department, with construction expected to begin in as little as 45 days.Also this week, the Department of Homeland Security waived environmental impact and other reviews to replace sections of wall in California and Arizona under a law that gives the secretary sweeping powers to spec construction.The environmental waivers cover a 15-mile (24-kilometer) replacement in El Centro that is funded by the Homeland Security Department’s 2018 appropriations and was awarded in a contract to SLSCO last year. The administration said construction could begin on that project as early as Saturday.Aside from California, states participating in the legal challenge are Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia and Wisconsin.___Spagat reported from San Diego. Court hears 2 cases against President Trump’s plan for border wall Posted: May 17, 2019 Categories: Local San Diego News, National & International News, Politics Tags: Donald Trump, Immigration Updated: 3:41 PM FacebookTwitter
Share your voice 17 It’s the trickle-down effect that you have to have at every level, which means people have to have access at every level. And we find that sometimes it’s easier to have a diverse group at a lower level because you can teach them. You can find people that don’t have experience and give them the chance. And then hopefully, those people will continue to grow and will continue to be at the helms. But it just takes time. For many of us, it’s something that we’ve been trying to do for a long, long time. Maybe it’s not every single person, but there is a large majority of people paying attention to it and realizing how important it is. What can you tell me about Captain Marvel and Black Widow?Those two are two of my favorite characters, and hopefully, for Halloween, my daughter will ask me to have two of those outfits and I will make sure she looks pretty awesome. They’re gonna be big movies … and we’re gonna put every single ounce of what we have to make sure that they’re as good as they need to be, so every little girl out there can feel represented. Becoming a Marvel woman through cosplay, and getting paid for it 26 Photos Now playing: Watch this: How to watch every Marvel Cinematic Universe film in the right order 15 Photos Is Hollywood shifting in that same direction?Things are slowly changing. I see the commitment in conversations and at the upper echelons of a lot of institutions, whether the studios, the Academy, the unions. And the commitment of all of those people to try to make a change, and also to make it at every level. Because it’s not as simple as I’ll hire a female director. Well, that’s just not a diverse group, that’s just a female director. Now you have to have a crew that is diverse. If people don’t have the experience to be able to support that director, that director may not succeed. Comments Tags If you’ve seen Thor: Ragnarok, Avengers: Infinity War, Black Panther, Doctor Strange or any other of a number of MCU movies, you’ve seen films with Victoria Alonso’s stamp all over them. And yes, she’s also working on the much anticipated Avengers: Endgame.Victoria Alonso at the 15th Annual Visual Effects Society Awards in 2017. Amanda Edwards/WireImage She’s been described as “part of the holy trinity that runs Hollywood’s most successful superhero label,” along with Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige and co-president Louis D’Esposito. She’s basically No. 3 at Marvel — and one of the most powerful executives in Hollywood.The native of Argentina moved to the US at only 19. She started her career as a production assistant and then worked in production at Sony, DreamWorks, Fox and Paramount. She’s held executive positions at Marvel since 2006.In 2016, she was the first woman to receive the Advanced Imaging Society’s Harold Lloyd Award, which recognized her achievements as a storyteller whose body of work embraces technology. In 2017, Alonso got a Visual Effects Society’s Visionary Award in recognition of her contributions to visual arts and filmed entertainment.Alonso was bobbing in and out of morning LA traffic when I caught up with her to talk about the studio’s commitment to female representation in front of and behind the camera. I also asked her what took the studio so long to get a woman in the director’s seat. Here is a lightly edited transcript of our conversation. Powerful women of the Marvel universe The last time we spoke you talked about the responsibility you felt as EVP of production at Marvel. You pointed out the many Black Panther department heads who were female, such as Ruth Carter in costumes or Hannah Beachler at production design. Do you still feel the same responsibility?Black Panther had 14 heads of department who were female and multicolored. But the responsibility continues to be the same. Just because you do it once, it doesn’t go away. It’s every day, every movie, every team. The idea is to try to have 50 percent male, 50 percent female. Just because you have one triumph, it doesn’t mean you’re done. You have to hopefully triumph 50 percent of the time. And I’m not the only one that has the ability to do that. Everyone has the capacity to create balance.You’ve said Marvel movies are for everyone but you made Black Panther and Captain Marvel specifically for your 8-year-old daughter.My daughter lives in a world that is multicolored. I think when her African American friends know her mom made Black Panther … that has been a huge moment of pride in our family, and joy. Then my daughter called me a change maker, which was pretty amazing.We have very few superheroes that are female. Having my daughter going as the Wasp for Halloween was pretty amazing. I think children should have a choice. And sometimes we are lucky enough to be the ones that create the choices for them.Did you ever feel like you were treated differently in your profession because you’re a woman?I don’t know that I’m treated differently because I don’t know me in any other way. I just every day concentrate on doing the best I can with all of the access that I have, and it’s such a privilege to do it as a woman. I always consistently talk about all of the things that I am, instead of talking about the things that I am not. I am not a man and I’m OK with that.Victoria Alonso and Robert Downey Jr. on the set of Iron Man 3. Marvel How do you see mentorship as a way to foster other’s careers?I don’t have anyone in particular that has been ushering my career per se. But I think that mentorship takes many, many faces. Sometimes it’s knowing that you have the access to call someone to bounce an idea off of at a very important time in your life. It could be someone that’s there for you your entire life, or someone who is there for a phone call. I do that, I would say weekly, for people. I’ve been very open about the fact that for as long as I can, I will continue to be accessible to the generations that are having difficult decisions to make. I can objectively try to help without wanting to gain anything from it.Captain Marvel is co-directed by Anna Boden. But it took Marvel 20 movies prior to that one to have a woman in the director’s seat. Why?I don’t know that I have the answer to why it took so long. I think it took as long as it needed to take. I think that we go for who we think are the best fit for that particular content, and again I think we’re incredibly committed to the balance of 50/50. And it’s not just behind the camera, it’s at the helm, it’s in front of the camera.Click for more on the women who make Marvel run. And Cate Shortland will direct Black Widow. Is this a hint to how things are going to change at Marvel going forward?I think it’s a commitment of what’s to come. We are determined to have more female directors. We are determined to have more heads of departments that are female and we are determined to have more balance in our characters so that everyone could be represented.We have a pretty intricate world that we create and the right person has to be able to tell the story. For the same reason why it did take that long to have Ryan Coogler (director of Black Panther) come to our world. Or Taika Waititi (director of Thor: Ragnarok). They’re men of color. So everything takes time, but it’s really about the right person for the project, and Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck are both the right people for Captain Marvel.You were talking about this 50/50 female/male representation. Are age, background, ethnicity also being considered?Of course. We are trying to make sure that everybody — and when I say everybody, I put every single denomination, every diverse group, every type of human — is represented. Slowly but surely that’s showing some improvements. Now playing: Watch this: 18:39 3:04 Why we love the women of Marvel TV and Movies Women of Marvel Marvel
New Delhi: The Congress Working Committee (CWC) will meet after the current session of Parliament, the party said on Thursday as speculation deepens about who will take Rahul Gandhi’s place as president. Gandhi was very much a part of the meeting and would attend, Congress chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said. “The CWC will meet after the current session of Parliament, but a date for the same has not been finalised yet,” he said. Also Read – Trinamool, BJP activists scuffle at Dilip Ghosh’s event Advertise With Us Surjewala was speaking to reporters after a meeting of Congress general secretaries and leaders in-charge of various states. The meeting discussed preparations for the 75th birth anniversary celebrations of former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi later this month. The Congress plans to hold a big political event to commemorate the event.
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Five decades ago, eminent scientist and educationist Daulat Singh Kothari had said while presenting the report of the Indian Education Commission that the future of India was growing in its classrooms. No one could have summarised it better than the former chairman of the University Grants Commission.India has the largest youth population in the world (aged between 10-24 years) while its number of children constitute a third of its entire population (29.4% as per the 2011 Census) which means that the country needs to have a robust foundation if it wants to reap the benefits of its youth.And that will only materialise if the children of this country are catered to in all aspects. The question is: Will the Budget of 2017-18 try to make a difference, particularly when the government has a plateful of problems to tackle in the post-demonetisation period?It is quite contradictory that despite stressing on education as one of the main pillars of the nation’s development over the years, the budgetary allocation for children has not increased noticeably.Atindranath Ghosh, regional director, Child Rights and You (CRY), recently said that none of the three key aims related to children and education under the Twelfth Five-Year Plan have been close to realisation (enrolment in secondary, higher-secondary education and reducing school dropouts).He has asked whether there was adequate allocation of resources to meet the end? As per CRY’s observations, the central allocation for education has remained around 2.68% of the GDP in the last four years, and of it, while primary education has got below 2% allocation, secondary has less than 1%.Allocation for children, which was above 5% of the Union Budget of 2011-12 and 2012-13 has steadily come down and was just 3.32% in 2016-17.And education is not the only crumbling scenario. In 2016-17, the absolute amount for children’s development might have gone up from Rs58,017 crore to Rs65,758 crore – but when one makes a comparative study between the funds allocated for education and those for their health and protection, the difference is too wide.Issues like child development, malnutrition, safety and protection, lack of teachers in schools, child labour, midday meal, etc, also need urgent redress or else the high hopes of a young India taking the world in the future will only remain hollow promises.Dear Arun Jaitley, will you do something for the country’s future?
Julian Assange – What Happens Next? Trump: I Know Nothing About WikiLeaks IBTimes VideoRelated VideosMore videos COPY LINK Correa has negated claims of Equador helping Russia in undermining the US elections. The US intelligence agency has said the leak was designed by the Russian government through Wikileaks to propel Trump to win the election.Despite defending his decision to grant asylum to Assange in 2012 to avoid extradition to Sweden, Correa said that the allegations make ‘no sense’ as he supported Hillary and called Trump “enemy of our migrants”.Correa has also slammed the report’s claim that the Assange held more power than the Ecuadorian ambassador as he used his official connections to threaten diplomats and guards in the embassy in London.The report also claimed that US officials had warned Ecuador of possible ‘consequences’ if Assange continued to meddle in the election campaign. While the Ecuadorian officials decided to cut off Assange’s internet access and telephone services on October 15. However, this didn’t stop the release of the series of confidential emails which Wikileaks released every day until the election. Close Wikileaks founder Julian Assange reportedly helped a Russian-backed campaign of interference in the 2016 US presidential election from the premises of the Ecuador embassy in London. The 48-year-old was personally involved along with a hacker, who reportedly visited the embassy as a courier carrying the stolen material hacked from the Clinton campaign.Details have emerged from hundreds of surveillance reports compiled by UC Global, a private Spanish security company hired by the Ecuadorian government. The documents prove claims that couriers delivered hacked files to Assange. It was also mentioned in special counsel Robert Mueller’s report on Russian interference.Former Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa confirmed the claims and said that his country was aware of his meddling.”We did notice that he was interfering in the elections and we do not allow that because we have principles, very clear values, as we would not like anyone to interfere in our elections,” he said. “We are not going to allow that to happen with a foreign country and friend like the US.”The report concluded there was “no doubt that there is evidence” that Assange had ties to Russian intelligence agencies, reported CNN. The latest revelations contrast Assange’s earlier denial of working with Russia’s intelligence agency. He had claimed that the source of the leaks is “not the Russian government or a state party”.Wikileak’s justification behind the leak was for providing truthful information, Correa told CNN. “Sure, but (it) was just about Hillary Clinton. Not about (Donald) Trump. So, they were not saying all the truth. And not saying all the truth is called manipulation. And we are not going to allow that,” he said.Assange had earlier said that he “would have” published damaging documents about Donald Trump if he received information. IBTimes VideoRelated VideosMore videos Play VideoPauseMute0:01/4:59Loaded: 0%0:01Progress: 0%Stream TypeLIVE-4:58?Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedSubtitlessubtitles settings, opens subtitles settings dialogsubtitles off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window. COPY LINKAD Loading … Close Assange is currently in prison after the President of Ecuador Lenin Moreno revoked his asylum in April due to violating “the norm of not intervening in internal affairs of other states.” He is facing possible US extradition where he could be given life imprisonment for compromising US nationals security.Russia had alarmingly defended Assange’s arrest and said the extradition infringes his rights and that the “hand of ‘democracy’ squeezes the throat of freedom.”
July 25, 2016 This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience. This story originally appeared on CNBC While AOL chief Tim Armstrong has been a key part of Verizon’s Yahoo pursuit, the driving force on the Verizon side is his boss, longtime Verizon executive Marni Walden.The career cell phone executive has been leading the company’s moves beyond telecommunications, particularly its expansion into video and advertising, and was instrumental in the acquisition of AOL.All the players in telecom talk about wanting to be more than just a “dumb pipe,” and Walden has been leading the charge at Verizon.”Making sure that you play in accessing the revenue opportunities above the connectivity is something we think a lot about,” she told Recode an interview late last year. “We can go do other things because of our strength in mobile.”Walden, 49, has spent her life in the wireless industry, since the days when cell phones were things that came in a briefcase. Her move to join the nascent mobile business was a far cry from her childhood growing up on a Wyoming cattle ranch.”When I was growing up, I wanted to be either a cowboy or a ballet dancer,” Walden told Bloomberg earlier this year. “But neither seemed like reasonable options.”Walden did show both an early knack for the cell phone business as well as significant staying power in rising to become one of the most powerful women in the industry.She served as both operating chief and marketing chief for Verizon Wireless after getting her start at the company as a regional executive for both it and predecessor AirTouch Cellular. She also worked earlier in her career at AT&T Wireless and McCaw Cellular, among other cell phone companies.These days, though, Walden is in charge of new business opportunities for Verizon. Some of those are things involve the cellular business, such as connected cars, but much of Walden’s work has been in areas new to both her and Verizon.”People are surprised about Verizon getting into the content space,” Walden told Recode last year. “I think that’s really important to bring eyeballs and audience. Our media business will play a much more significant role in the Verizon of the future.”It hasn’t all been easy going for Verizon, particularly its efforts in video programming. The company launched a mobile video service known as Go90 last year, but it remains a relative nonentity.Rather than boasting well-known shows, big sports deals or original programming, Go90 has relied on short clips it hopes will appeal to the YouTube generation. In that vein, Verizon recently hired former YouTube executive Ivana Kirkbride to be Go90’s chief content officer.Probably the biggest thing going for Go90 is that it can undercut rivals on price. Not only is there no price for subscribing, but for Verizon Wireless customers, using the service doesn’t even count against their data cap.While watching a few movies on Netflix or binge-watching TV shows on Hulu can quickly eat through a customer’s plan, Verizon users are free to watch as much Go90 as they like. Verizon hasn’t said just how many people are actually taking the company up on the offer, but net neutrality advocates hate the way Verizon is prioritizing its own service.Walden made it clear in last year’s interview that Verizon might need to make more acquisitions — possibly including Yahoo — to reach its ambitions in the media and content realm.”We didn’t get into the media company business just to be a single-digit market share player,” Walden said. “We have much bigger aspirations of how we want to grow that business. Some can happen because of the scale Verizon brings, but we will continue to look at how we can scale and be a meaningful player from a double-digit market share, and by market share, I think about revenue. We definitely will look to build this business.”– By Ina Fried, Recode.net. 4 min read Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now Enroll Now for Free
Cancun, Q.R. — After nearly a week of intense rains, Cancun and Riviera Maya are beginning to see blue skies.The passing of two back-to-back tropical waves left most of the cost of Quintana Roo waterlogged as streets and homes flooded. Extreme wind gusts felled trees while nearly every port from Cancun to Tulum experienced closures at some point over the six days.The Nautical Association of Quintana Roo are reporting losses of approximately $1.2 million USD due to port closures. Iván Ferrat Mancera, president of the Nautical Association, says the main cause for the closures were the intense rains and strong winds.He says that the bad weather began to affect nautical activities in Cancun Tuesday which lasted into Wednesday. The Harbor Master then decided to close navigation to tourist boats along the Mexican Caribbean, he explained.He says that on Thursday, Cancun had only partial closures, however, the monetary losses were still substantial as companies were forced to cancel numerous water activities. Unfortunately, the weekend again saw the complete closure of all water activities for tourists.The tourists themselves preferred to stay in their hotel or go out shopping, he added.More than 2,000 boats were left tied to their moors for at least four days along the Quintana Roo coast. “There is no activity these days because of the rains,” said José Gómez Burgos, president of Xaman-Ha fishing.More than 150 families in the southern area of Lázaro Cárdenas were evacuated from their homes due to flooding from the relentless rains. Portions of the Tulum highway were also closed over the weekend as emergency personnel tended to the over-flooded roadways.Emilio Jiménez, mayor of Lázaro Cárdenas said that “One of the main roads was closed due to a 40-meter long area that was one meter deep.” A section of the Tulum Felipe Carrillo Puerto highway was also shut down by the state government due to extensive flooding.Authorities of Lázaro Cárdenas (Holbox) said that over the weekend, although tourists to the island were not evacuated, they were put on alert to be aware of the weather forecast and warnings from state authorities as the island’s main tourist portion also suffered flooding.Due to the two slow-moving tropical waves that passed over the region, state governor Carlos Joaquín González has declared a state of emergency for Quintana Roo.The wet weather that has finally left Mexico is now heading toward the US. Weather Underground meteorologist Bob Henson says “Pockets of torrential rain will douse the western and central U.S. over the next few days, a result of the remnants of ex-Hurricane Bud and a slug of Caribbean moisture,” adding that “flash flooding is a distinct possibility.”Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)
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“Having that plan in place and really sticking to that plan, I think my knee feels really good right now,” Bradford said. “I think my body’s in a great place. So I think that those days off have come at the right times and kept my body where it is.”He also acknowledged that some version of this plan to keep him upright could extend into the regular season, though nothing has been solidified.GROUND GAMESTwo of the top backfields in football will be on display when the Cardinals visit the Saints on Friday. And while that could get a little skewed since the main backs won’t be playing deep into the game, Wilks knows beating the 2018 version of New Orleans will hinge on containing the duo of Alvin Kamara and Mark Ingram.“Number one, we’ve got to stop the run,” Wilks said. “This is a good running offense. Matter of fact, they were No. 1 in the league last year rushing the football. They have two dynamic running backs and we’ve got to do a great job of stopping the run first.”Of course, Arizona is set up pretty well in that regard as well. There’s not much experience behind David Johnson, but there is decent upside with young backs like Chase Edmonds and T.J. Logan. It all starts with Johnson though, and he’s still making some of the new players in camp take notice. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Top Stories Arizona Cardinals quarterback Sam Bradford watches teammates from the sidelines during an NFL football practice Monday, Aug. 13, 2018, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin) With the starters poised to see more action than they did against the Chargers, there should be more opportunities across the board.“I’m sure, you know, we’ll throw it a little bit more than we did last week and just look to stay balanced,” Bradford said Tuesday. “At the same time, I would really like for the run game to look the way it did last week as well.”Wilks has maintained throughout camp that Bradford is on the short list of players that typically won’t play as much as the rest of the first team this preseason. They know what they have in him, and they want to preserve him for the opener against Washington on Sept. 9. Rosen has shown promise in camp, but Bradford is Arizona’s best shot at actually winning games right now.Related LinksDavid Johnson believes you should pick him No. 1 in fantasy footballCardinals sign undrafted rookie WR Austin Wolf, waive Rashad RossEarly as it is, Cardinals feel good about offense built around David JohnsonBradford’s reps to increase vs. Saints, Rosen to get first-team repsStill, Bradford has suggested he wouldn’t mind getting some reps in during the preseason, because he does see the benefit of experiencing some live game action. That’s not always a view most established players have but, then again, he’s the quarterback and this is a completely new team for him. You can only work on timing so much in practice.It’s a fine line though. And Bradford is completely on board with the strategy he and the team came up with back in the spring. 0 Comments Share – When Bradford was asked what helikes about Wilks as his new head coach, he pointed to his honesty and consistent demeanor, noting that he doesn’t sugarcoat anything. “I mean, he’s pretty impressive,” Bradford said. “Today at practice, just watching him run routes. I think he might be one of our best route runners, regardless of position. I mean he’s just so smooth, he’s so versatile as a running back that there’s so many different things you can do with him.”That benefits the whole team, but especially offensive coordinator Mike McCoy, who gets to deploy his running back a number of different ways. Bradford, who could use consistent targets to throw to in the passing game, could benefit as well.“If you watched him, as opposed to some other running backs, and just watched the way that he gets in and out of breaks and rolls cuts, it looks like a receiver out there doing it,” Bradord said. “It really does. He’s just so smooth at what he does out there. Guys usually look a little bit unnatural out there just because that’s not where they play but, when you put him out there, he looks like he belongs on the outside as well.”EXTRA POINT– Brice Butler, who left practice on Monday, didn’t practice Tuesday. Wilks said he’s dealing with a little soreness in his foot. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling GLENDALE, Ariz. — Sam Bradford only got to throw one pass on Saturday. It went six yards to Ricky Seals-Jones, making the Arizona Cardinals’ No. 1 signal caller a perfect 1-for-1 in the preseason opener. The number-crunchers even gave him an official quarterback rating of 91.7 on the evening.For one pass. Seriously.Bradford wants to do more on Friday in New Orleans, and he’ll likely get the chance. Head coach Steve Wilks said he intends to get rookie quarterback Josh Rosen some reps with the first team against the Saints. If for no other reason than to put the rookie behind the first string offensive line, that’s probably a good move. But it doesn’t mean we won’t see more Bradford too. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact
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