Canadians creating more waste and lack coordinated way to deal with it

first_imgAn extensive report by the three countries in the North American Free Trade Agreement suggests Canadian homes and kitchens continue to generate more and more waste.And the Commission For Environmental Co-operation concludes there’s a big role for the federal government to help deal with it, starting with co-ordinating the handling of organic garbage from households across the country and helping create markets for products generated through recycled waste.“To have standards available that allow purchasers or agricultural users to know what they’re getting is something that we see has a real potential value,” said report co-author David Donaldson. “That’s one area that real co-ordination at a national level could be useful.”Environment Canada said federal, provincial and territorial governments are working to find solutions to waste issues.In recent years the governments released guidelines on compost quality and are working to increase the amount of organic waste diverted from landfills.“Increasing organic waste diversion is one of the ongoing priority areas of work,” the department said in an email.The federal government also provides money to municipalities for recycling projects through the $675 million Green Municipal Fund.Non-hazardous waste is a provincial and local responsibility in Canada, making it tough to get current information on waste and how it is disposed, Donaldson said. The most recent information in his report is six years old.But that’s enough to suggest that Canadians, already among the world’s champion garbage creators, are making more of it.Residential food, yard and paper waste per person increased from about 230 kilograms per person in 2002 to almost 300 by 2012.“We, as North Americans, are very good at consuming,” Donaldson said.Less than a third of that waste is diverted from landfills into recycling, composting or other such facilities.Simply dumping that material into a hole in the ground squanders an opportunity to turn that waste into a valuable commodity such as soil compost, Donaldson said.It also wastes existing capacity. The study suggests that Canadian composters are underused by 38 per cent and could take 1.6 million more tonnes of waste than they currently do.The report says a national agency is needed to collect data and share best practices. In Nova Scotia, for example, disposing waste in clear bags instead of black ones lets recyclers see what’s inside more easily and has increased organics and recyclables diversion by up to 40 per cent.A consistent product, assuring consumers that compost they buy has the same qualities whether they buy it in Saskatoon or Chicoutimi, Que., would go a long way toward building a market. That’s a job for a federal group, said Donaldson.Governments can also increase recycling by making it more expensive to simply toss waste in the landfill.In Alberta, landfill tipping fees are as low as $25 per tonne, while it costs at least twice that to run a small composting operation, says the report.“It does create a disincentive for organizations to dispose of organic waste in a way that would be ideal,” Donaldson said.Government can also provide incentives for energy created during treatment of organic waste such as biogas to feed back into the system.And they can also provide the education and information to encourage Canadians to generate less waste in the first place.The benefits are big, from reducing taxes spent on landfills to increasing the productivity of agricultural soils. Improving the handling of organic waste could even cut 3.4 megatonnes from Canada’s greenhouse gas emissions as dumps release less methane and carbon dioxide.Recycling organic waste mimics natural cycles, said Donaldson.“You’ve really taken from the land when you grow food,” he said.“You’re taking these nutrients and you’re not returning them. Just that capacity to use nature and benefit from that is an important place to start.”— Follow Bob Weber on Twitter at @row1960Note to readers: This is a corrected story. Previous version used Council on in name of organization in para 2last_img read more

Enerplus sells Laricina stake for 141million aims to pay down debt

CALGARY — Enerplus Corp. is selling its stake in private oilsands developer Laricina Energy Ltd. for $141-million.The Calgary-based oil and gas company said in a release Monday the proceeds will be used to pay down debt.“This is an important step in our plans to monetize non-core assets within our portfolio to fund the growth opportunities we have captured and preserve our balance sheet flexibility,” said Enerplus president and CEO Gordon Kerr.Shares in Enerplus rose eight cents to close at $15.39 on the Toronto Stock Exchange.Enerplus produces oil and gas in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. In the United States, it produces oil in Montana and North Dakota and natural gas from the Marcellus formation in Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Maryland. read more

Putin praises Trumps judgment rejects hacking claims

MOSCOW – Russian President Vladimir Putin voiced hope Friday that frayed relations with the U.S. will improve once Donald Trump becomes president despite his pledge to strengthen the U.S.’s nuclear arsenal.Speaking during a marathon end-of-the-year news conference that lasted the best part of four hours, Putin heaped praise on the U.S. president-elect while downplaying any concerns stemming from Trump’s support for a strengthened U.S. nuclear capability.Putin also used the opportunity offered by the press conference to lambast Trump’s rivals in the Democratic Party for seeking to blame their defeat in November’s election to hacking accusations against Moscow.“They are losing on all fronts, and are trying to find the culprits elsewhere,” he said. “They are humiliating themselves. They must know how to lose with dignity.”Asked how he responded to President Barack Obama’s hacking accusations during a conversation before the vote that Russia was involved in hacking Democratic Party officials’ emails, Putin said he wouldn’t divulge details of a confidential talk.“The most important thing is the substance of the information the hackers have presented to the public opinion,” Putin said, adding that the Democrats should have apologized to Americans over the “manipulations” the emails revealed.“The current administration and the Democratic Party’s leadership are trying to shift the blame for all their failures to external factors,” Putin said.He pointed at “the gap in views of what is good and what is bad between the elites and broader masses,” adding that “the current administration has systemic problems.”In response to Obama’s comment that “Ronald Reagan would roll over in his grave” upon seeing recent poll results showing that more than one-third of Republicans view Putin favourably, Putin said Reagan would be happy to see his Republican party win.“Reagan would be happy that representatives of his party win everywhere, and he would be happy for the president-elect,” Putin said, adding with a smile: “No one but us believed in his victory.”Putin said he was encouraged that the U.S. election showed that “there are people who sympathize with our views of traditional values, because it’s a good basis for developing relations between our two powerful countries.”Putin expressed hope that he would meet soon with Trump to discuss how to improve the two countries’ relations — and would “definitely” visit the United States if Trump invites him.Relations between the U.S. and Russia have become increasingly strained over the past few years, sinking to their worst since the Cold War. The conflict in Ukraine, which saw Russia annex the Crimea peninsula in 2014, and disagreements over the war in Syria have lain behind the growing distrust between the two.The Russian leader also reaffirmed his claim that the Russian military is “stronger than any potential aggressor,” even though he acknowledged that the U.S. military is bigger. Putin said the U.S. military has “more missiles, submarines and aircraft carriers, and we aren’t arguing with that.”“We are just saying that we are simply stronger than any aggressor,” he said.Putin said he saw “nothing unusual” in Trump’s nuclear weapons pledge, adding that the statement is in line with the president-elect’s campaign promises.The ongoing modernization of Russia’s strategic nuclear forces has come as a response to the U.S. opting out of a Cold War-era treaty that banned missile defences, Putin said. Russia had to either design a similar shield or build new missiles capable of penetrating the U.S. defences to maintain a nuclear parity, the Russian leader argued.“It’s not us who have been speeding up the arms race,” Putin said, adding that Russia has fully complied with the existing arms control agreements.He also noted that the U.S. has been modernizing its tactical nuclear weapons in Europe.Pointing at this week’s attack at a Berlin Christmas market, Putin called for better co-operation in fighting terrorism, saying such efforts have been effectively paralyzed by Western sanctions against Russia.“We can only fight this threat efficiently if we pool our efforts together,” he said.The Russian president pointed at the evacuation of civilians and rebels from eastern Syrian city of Aleppo as a result of successful co-operation between Russia, Turkey and Iran. He said a cease-fire on the entire territory of Syria must come now, followed by peace talks. Face masks depicting Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S. President-elect Donald Trump hang for sale at a souvenir street shop in St.Petersburg, Russia, Friday, Dec. 23, 2016. (AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky) Putin praises Trump’s judgment, rejects hacking claims by Vladimir Isachenkov, The Associated Press Posted Dec 23, 2016 6:27 am MDT Last Updated Dec 23, 2016 at 12:00 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email read more

Security Council despite challenges Yemens political transition on course says UN official

“Yemen is in the heart of its transition,” Special Adviser Jamal Benomar told the 15-member Council, presenting Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s latest report. “In a country awash with arms and a history of conflict, such an inclusive process of dialogue is a great achievement.”The second round of the UN-backed National Dialogue Conference includes 565 delegates representing a cross-section of Yemeni society. Just back from the capital, Sana’a, Mr. Benomar said “the ‘dialogue’ is extending well beyond the Conference” with men and women engaged in discussions and debates about the problems of their country and its possible future in seminars, roundtables and open tents in town squares. “As President [Abdrabuh Mansour] Hadi has remarked, we are engaged in more than a political transition; we are witnessing a transformation of the political culture,” Mr. Benomar noted.The ongoing conference will feed into a constitution-making process and pave the way for general elections in 2014. Preparations for the electoral process are underway, including steps to create a new biometric voter registry, with registration due to begin in September. The UN has been providing support in Yemen’s transition in four key areas: political facilitation; technical support; capacity-building; and a public information and awareness campaign.“We understand that there are no guarantees of what lies ahead,” Mr. Benomar told the Council. “It is an undertaking of great hope in a fragile environment, where a range of perspectives and diverse interested are seeking to realize a new and better order.” He noted that to develop a new constitution, the National Dialogue will need to find a consensual settlement to the ‘Southern question’ linked to southern separatists. “In the South, the streets are heating up,” Mr. Benomar said, adding that “pent-up resentment at more than two decades of unaddressed grievances and systematic marginalization.”Since February, there was been a “significant increase” in the frequency and number of demonstrators, some resulting in injuries and deaths. Two Commissions have been established to address the unlawful or illegitimate seizure of property and unjust dismissal from military and civil service, but without additional resources for the Commissions and further confidence-building measures by the Government or tangible improvements in people’s daily lives, “the voices of discontent will amplify, narrowing the space for dialogue,” he said.The Special Advisor reiterated to the Council that the only peaceful route to progress is through open dialogue and, importantly, addressing the legacy of the past. He urged Yemeni authorities to establish a Commission of Inquiry into the events of 2011 and to adopt a law on transitional justice. He also noted the steps taken by President Hadi to restructure the country’s armed forces, a move welcomed in April by Mr. Ban and the Security Council, but stressed that “much more remains to be done to ensure the professionalization” of the forces.Highlighting other challenges to the country, Mr. Benomar noted that despite all efforts to counter it, Al Qaida remains a lethal threat in the Arabian Peninsula. In addition, the UN official made reference to “those who wish to undermine the transition,” citing sabotage attacks on the country’s energy exports and its electricity lines, costing the country hundreds of millions of dollars. “Those responsible for these crimes must be brought to account,” Mr. Benomar stressed. He also cited a partisan war through “misinformation, fabrication and incitement” of the media for political means, and an increase in the assassination of mid and high level security officials and the apparent amassing of weapons among political factions. “Arms smuggling into Yemen continues,” he said, noting that several shipments have recently been seized. Also, the humanitarian crisis in the country “continues unabated,” with more than half of the population in need of humanitarian assistance to access food, healthcare, safe water and sanitation, and more than one million children suffering from acute malnutrition, Mr. Benomar said. Meanwhile, the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) today said that more than 90 per cent of the internally displaced people from Abyan, southern Yemen, have returned home. The number of internally displaced persons (IDPs) dropped from 68,533 last December to 6,133 in April, OCHA spokesperson Jens Laerke told journalists in Geneva.“The fighting was subsiding, the overall situation looked better and there was an ongoing political process,” Mr. Laerke said. He added that the resumption of some basic services and reopening of markets had encouraged some people to return, but shelter and agricultural livelihoods remain a concern. As some 80 per cent of the population in the south were farmers, it was critical to assist them in restarting their production. In addition, the prospects for Yemenis in the north to return to their homes “remains distant,” Mr. Benomar said.The international humanitarian community has sought $716 million for the Yemen Humanitarian Response Plan to provide emergency and early recovery assistance to 7.7 million of the country’s most vulnerable. However, the plan is so far only 31 per cent funded. The early recovery sector was only 8.3 per cent funded of the $31.5 million needed. In May, the UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator in Yemen, Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed, had said the country was that a crossroads that could either lead to increased stability or plunge the country back into conflict.“There will be no political transition if we don’t deal with the humanitarian situation,” Mr. Ahmed told a news conference in Geneva. read more

Ohio State defense ready for fresh challenge against Virginia Tech

Sophomore defensive lineman Joey Bosa (97) leads a group of OSU players in tackling Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds (19) during a game against the Midshipmen Aug. 30 at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore. OSU won, 34-17.Credit: Mark Batke / Photo editorJust days after playing Navy, the Ohio State defense is preparing to play a completely different style of football as it gears up for its first home game against Virginia Tech.The Buckeyes, which faced the unusual triple-option offense of Navy last week, are now preparing for a more traditional attack run by the Hokies. Coach Urban Meyer said Wednesday that he and his coaches know making the switch from preparing for Navy to getting ready for Virginia Tech will not, and has not, been easy. “In our defense — coaches are actually saying that its hard enough to play Navy, and then all of sudden the week after, you wish had an easier team than this,” Meyer said. One of those coaches, defensive line coach Larry Johnson, who is in his first year at OSU, said it’s nice to put Navy in the rearview mirror.“It feels good to get that behind us,” Johnson said Monday. “Now (we) can go fast forward (against) a team that runs some things that we can adjust to and play a little faster.”Sophomore safety Vonn Bell said the defense has to be prepared for everything the Hokies will throw at them.   “It’s a lot of tricky stuff, a lot of tricky formations. We just have to stay disciplined, reading our keys and we are going to have success,” Bell said. “You never know what to expect. You just have to be alert.”Meyer said Monday that he is particularly excited for his defensive line players, as they had to face relentless cut blocks from the Navy offensive line, something that has become uncommon in today’s college football landscape.“I just think of our D-linemen. (Sophomore) Joey Bosa didn’t come to Ohio State to squeeze down blocks and keep people off his ankles,” Meyer said. “That’s what he had to do last week. He came to rush a quarterback and penetrate. So there’s big smiles across our defensive line right now to let them go play.”Redshirt-freshman linebacker Darron Lee added to Meyer’s comments and said his teammates are happy to be taking on a traditional offense.“I am sure the D-line is happy they get to pass rush now as opposed to taking on double teams all the time,” Lee said Monday. “Our coaches are forcing us back into our basic defenses. We will be fine, it is just switching modes. It’s a bit of relief, just playing our normal game.”Bosa agreed with Meyer and Lee on Wednesday and said that the defensive line has been waiting to show what it can do. “It was not a fun game last week,” Bosa said. “(I’m) still feeling sore from it. This week we will get to rush the passer a little bit, which we obviously love to do.”Bosa also said that because of the switch to Virginia Tech, the defensive line has to get used to doing things the way they were done before playing Navy. “We did nothing we have ever done before last week and now we are getting back to what were our basics and everything we usually run and it almost seems foreign after doing it for so long,” he said.The game against Virginia Tech is expected to take place in front of a record crowd Saturday, as the university added 2,600 seats to Ohio Stadium during the offseason. Bosa said he is ecstatic to be playing in front of the home fans once again.“Nothing is like playing in front of 110,000 people,” Bosa said. “I am just excited to get back in there.”While OSU athletics isn’t quite expecting 110,000 — they’re anticipating about 108,000 fans, which includes non-ticketed attendees, according to a university release — Meyer added to Bosa’s excitement. “I call it ‘night games Buckeye style,’” Meyer said. “That stadium is awesome. We have had some great games there in the last two years at night.”Meyer also said he believes Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James might be in attendance on the sidelines for the game. The Buckeyes and Hokies are scheduled to kickoff at 8 p.m. on Saturday. read more

UCD students vote to leave national students union

first_imgWe recognise the unique circumstances in UCD. It’s clear that the decision taken by its students is not reflected in referendum results elsewhere and while we are disappointed to lose their voice from the national union, we respect their decision.USI, which has had significant financial trouble throughout the last decade, will now be without a near six-figure sum in affiliation fees from the country’s largest university.UCD Students’ Union has also encountered financial difficulties in recent years, which stood as a major motivating factor in the referendum result.Students’ unions in member colleges pay affiliation fees to USI of €5 for each full-time student, and €2.50 for each part-time student.The vote in DCU – which was due to be completed today, but which has been put back until tomorrow due to internet outages on its campus – could also be affected by the result in Belfield.Another referendum on USI membership is being held in NUI Maynooth, which is a member union. Last autumn, the students’ union in Trinity College Dublin voted to remain affiliated to USI.In a separate referendum, UCD students voted to reintroduce the position of a full-time Entertainments Officer, which was abolished last year as a result of the union’s financial turmoil. The referendum was passed by a margin of three-to-two.However, the total poll in the Ents referendum fell just short of the 12.5 per cent turnout needed to reach a quorum, meaning the outcome is irrelevant. The USI referendum was subject to a lower 10 per cent quorum which was easily met.Read: Student body hit out over use of debt collectors in colleges STUDENTS IN UCD have voted to leave the national umbrella body of student unions, the Union of Students in Ireland.Students voted by 64.5 per cent to 35.5 per cent to end UCD Students’ Union’s membership of USI.The vote came despite the support of many of the union’s full-time officers for remaining affiliated to the body, and a deal struck last week between USI and UCD SU president Rachel Breslin to reform USI structures if UCD remained affiliated.The proposed reforms had included the introduction of direct elections for the USI presidency – replacing the system where presidents are currently elected by delegates to an annual congress – and a review of the affiliation fee structure.UCD Students’ Union will formally disaffiliate from USI a year from now.The vote comes one day before a referendum in DCU on whether to rejoin the national union, which it has been outside of for several years.UCD’s vote is a major blow to the national union, and particularly to its president John Logue, who himself is a former UCD student.In a statement this afternoon Logue said he felt students were not given the opportunity to hear the full case for remaining within USI, due to referendum rules which prevented USI officers – except those who were themselves former UCD students – from campaigning on campus.“Throughout the referendum campaign, students who favoured disaffiliation felt that UCDSU should adopt a more local focus for the foreseeable future, in light of its financial difficulties,” he said.last_img read more

Judge agrees to postpone Luyster sentencing

first_imgA chaotic scene unfolded Monday after Clark County Superior Court Judge Robert Lewis agreed to delay sentencing for triple murderer Brent Luyster. The decision elicited gasps, shouts and sobs from family members and friends of Luyster’s shooting victims, as well as from the sole shooting survivor, Breanne Leigh. As Luyster, 37, was escorted from the courtroom, Leigh and the victims’ families demanded answers.The decision to postpone sentencing came after prosecuting attorneys divulged that a juror may have been influenced during deliberations by seeing Luyster’s shaved head — revealing a tattoo of SS bolts, a neo-Nazi symbol. Luyster shaved his head sometime while the jury was in deliberations. The jury briefly saw Luyster the day before handing down guilty verdicts Nov. 17 on three counts of aggravated murder.The convictions carry a sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole.Lewis had previously ruled that the jury wouldn’t see Luyster’s tattoos, because of potential prejudice.“You know he did that on purpose. He shaved his head. He chose to do it. He’s the one who thought that it was over. Why are we having to suffer for it?” Danette Anderson, the mother of shooting victim Joseph LaMar, told media after the hearing. “He is a weak, evil man.”last_img read more

Better Weather today for TCI

first_img Recommended for you #MagneticNewsMedia Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp TCI Premier blasts Opposition side for “slop” information, sets it straight in HOA Bahamas Police Commissioner Greenslade gone to UK, appointed as High Commissionercenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, TCI, January 13, 2017 –  Small craft can venture out today but should remain close to port says the Bahamas Department of Meteorology forecast and that means weather conditions are improving.There is still caution due to high and rough seas and there are still rip current and rough surf condition warnings in effect for beach-goers, but today should be warmer and winds are considerably weaker, though still brisk, at 15 to 20 knots over open seas.There is a slight chance for passing showers in this surface high pressure which remains over The Bahamas and the Turks and Caicos Islands. Nearly 30 Haitians caught following illegal landing in Nassau, says Defence Force Related Items:#MagneticNewsMedialast_img read more

Police search for man who stole tools from vehicle in Miami

first_imgBurglary detectives need your assistance in identifying the suspect seen in the video below. The suspect broke into a work van on 3/25/19 and took a jackhammer and a tool box. If you recognize the suspect, please contact us at 305-603-6030 or @CrimeStopper305 .— Miami PD (@MiamiPD) April 22, 2019 MIAMI (WSVN) – Police are asking for the public’s assistance in finding a man who allegedly stole tools from a vehicle in Miami.The theft occurred in the area of Northwest 32nd Street and 21st Avenue on March 25 at approximately 4:45 a.m.Surveillance video captured the suspected thief walking his bicycle past the victim’s home before returning shortly after and making his way onto the property.He could be seen walking up to the victim’s van, opening the side door and grabbing a chipping hammer before walking away.A few seconds later, the man returned and could be seen walking away with a tool box. Miami Police said the man they are searching for is around 40 to 50 years old and stands approximately 5 feet 3 inches tall to 5 feet 5 inches tall.If you have any information on this vehicle burglary, call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a $1,000 reward.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

People Mover teams up with Google Maps to make bus route planning

first_imgAnchorage’s People Mover bus system is trying to become more people — and tech — friendly. You can now use Google Maps to figure out your bus route.Download AudioAs I unlock my bike from in front of the Downtown Transit Center, I type the name of my next destination into my phone. Instead of showing me bike trails and roads, it tells me which bus to hop on to get back to work – the number 45, scheduled to leave in two minutes.The Google Maps app displaying bus route information for Anchorage. Hillman/KSKAIt took me about 15 seconds to plan my bus route. On other days I’ve poured over paper schedules or stared at timetables on bus stop walls. With the new system, I used Google Maps on my smart phone just like if I was looking for driving or biking directions. Mary Burt was waiting for the same bus.“I think it’s a great idea. Just wish I had a smart phone. ‘Cause I get on the bus and I’m hurrying up looking, what’s the connection I can make at the next stop? How can I coordinate? If I could just download instructions, it could be wonderful.”Public Transport Director Lance Wilber says that was the idea — to make the bus system more accessible, especially for visitors.“It’s really like Expedia for buses. Or Orbitz. You make travel arrangements. You find out where you want to come, where you want to go, and the time you want to do it and it just brings it right up on the screen.”People Mover has been working on the project for two years. They had to convert their bus schedules and routes into a data format that Google could use with their mapping program. Soon the transportation department will make the information available to anyone who wants to use it to design different transport apps. Wilber says they want to link the bus route planner with maps of the trail system as well.When it’s time to board the bus, I glance at my phone but check my route the old fashioned way, too.“Morning!” I say to the bus driver as I deposit my coins. “Where do I get off to go to the University?”He patiently explains.Settling in, I chat with other riders, like Roy Mcdole, who has used the buses for years. His dad used to be a driver.“This is the route he drive. My dad was the singing bus driver, back a few years back,” he says proudly.A People Mover bus. Hillman/KSKAMcdole doesn’t have a smart phone. But like many other frequent riders, he doesn’t really need a trip planning map.“Most of the time, people just know where they’re going.”Turns out, thanks to Mcdole, the driver, and the map tool, now I do, too.I pull the yellow cord. Ding! “Stop requested,” announces the automated female voice. Then the bus driver tells me I should wait until the next stop. He can get me even closer.You can check out the trip planner online here as well.last_img read more

Twitteratis reaction to Hema Malini sweeping roads is

first_imgSwacch Bharat Abhiyan is back in full swing with Minister of State (Finance) Anurag Thakur and Hema Malini sweeping the roads infront of the Parliamnent.#WATCH Delhi: BJP MPs including Minister of State (Finance) Anurag Thakur and Hema Malini take part in ‘Swachh Bharat Abhiyan’ in Parliament premises.— ANI (@ANI) July 13, 2019 Also Read – Dehydrated elephant being given treatment Advertise With Us Her less than perfect sweeping is tickling Twitterati’s funny bone and they have started to respond in a series of funny tweets. Here are some of the funny comments her performance gave way to.Hema Malini is a legend, after purifying water all these years, now she is cleaning air.— Gabbbar (@GabbbarSingh) July 13, 2019 Also Read – CBI carrying out surprise checks at 150 government departments Advertise With Us A Harry Potter fan responds:The first Quidditch lesson was not going well for Hema Malini, Hufflepuff.— Meenakshi Reddy Madhavan (@reddymadhavan) July 13, 2019 Hahaa Hema Malini ji sach ka jhadu marna hai🤦🏼‍♀️, acting nahi karni 😜😂Kachra zameen par hai hawe me nahi🙈. 🧐Probably you are trying to clear air #pollution 🤨 #SwachhBharat— Sangeeta (@driftingdunes) July 13, 2019 Advertise With Us When it comes to trying sweepingFakhar Zaman is way more better than Hema Malini jiAtleast Fakhar Zaman tried— Subham (@subhsays) July 13, 2019last_img read more

Black humour hard sold

first_img‘Kaalakaandi’The title is Marathi slang – Kaala-Kaandi. It means, something that is not being done in the right manner or is horribly wrong. And as the title suggests, right from the first frame, we are reminded that nothing can go right for its characters. What makes Kaalakaandi interesting, though, is its dark comedy, easy to relate situations and characters. It is one of the easiest films to love and one of the hardest to think of as a work of art. It approaches the notion of pure filmmaking as entertainment; it is a nearly flawless example of itself. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfIt lacks, a lesson or message and is content to show three sets of people facing a series of interlocking challenges they face one night.Set in Mumbai, with a variety of quirky, pseudo characters awake after midnight, it reflects the unpredictable life in the city. But, they seldom find themselves intertwined in a bizarre series of coincidences.Boldly told, what happens to the characters apart from the nightmarish and bizarre nature of their experiences can only be described as screwball logic. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveWhile the plot unravels like the pages of a thriller, the humour seems laboured. You witness this in the first scene and in the climax.In the opening scene Saif Ali Khan is in his doctor’s clinic where his doctor sugar coats his diagnosis with, “You do not suffer from ulcers, hence you don’t have perforating ulcers. Instead you suffer from stomach cancer.”For a person who never experienced the excesses of life, this unpleasant bit of news hits like a ton of bricks. So when he returns home, where the wedding preparation of his younger brother Angad (Akshay Oberoi) is under-way, he sips alcohol and tries a narcotic substance. This sets the ball rolling for a roller-coaster cinematic experience. In the second situation, Zubin (Kunal Roy Kapur) is in low spirits because his girlfriend is migrating to America. Just before her flight, as a farewell gesture and to celebrate the birthday of their friend Ann (Shenaz Treasurywala), they land up at a pub which predictably gets raided. How they escape from the clutches of the police and what fate has in store for them, forms the crux of their story.In the third narrative, Vijay Raaz and Deepak Dobriyal, work as flunkies for the local gangster. After collecting the protection money from a film producer, how greed overcomes them, forms the crux of their fate.What keeps the quirky characters afloat are the spunky, rustic dialogues that are gags by themselves. For instance, when Angad asks his older brother about his sexual preference, Saif in his typical style blurts out, “Madame Curie, curious,” he asks this after Saif’s escapades with a transgender. The dialogues between Saif and the transvestite also bear testimony to this.On the performance front all actors have put their heart and soul into their characters and they shine on screen. Unfortunately the characters are two-dimensional and cardboard thin. Of the supporting cast, Sobhita Dhulipala as Zubin’s girlfriend, Amyra Dastur as Neha – Angad’s fiance, Isha Talwar as the wedding photographer and Saif’s love interest, Treasurywala as Ann along with Shivam Patil as her boyfriend Jason who calls himself “Jehangir Jehangir” have their moments of on screen glory.Overall with good production quality, director Akshat Verma’s attempt at this noir comedy is engaging but it goes without saying that the script material tries to sell itself a little too hard.last_img read more

VUCA leading to travel disruptions Virtuoso flash poll

first_img<< Previous PostNext Post >> Share Travelweek Group VUCA leading to travel disruptions: Virtuoso flash poll Tags: Trend Watch, Virtuosocenter_img Posted by NEW YORK — A new Virtuoso flash survey has found travellers are avoiding certain worldwide destinations as a result of the uncertainty tied to specific countries and global regions. VUCA stands for ‘volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous’, as a means of describing the potential travel disruptions caused by geopolitical situations.“The world is going through a transition where uncertainty is the new norm,” says Matthew D. Upchurch, Chairman and CEO of Virtuoso. “Whether it’s Brexit, the shifting political climate in the U.S., or the threat of terrorism or disease such as Zika, there seems to be only two certainties. First, we have no idea what we might wake up to find tomorrow because change happens fast. Two, and this is of utmost importance, travel is the best way to bring people together when isolation begins. At Virtuoso, we say borders divide, but travel unites. Never has it been more important to keep the ability to travel as a fundamental right.”More news:  TRAVELSAVERS welcomes Julie Virgilio to the teamAmong the questions asked, Virtuoso surveyed its travel advisors globally to discover the impact of the Presidential Executive Order disallowing travellers from seven countries to enter the U.S.Although the order is not currently in effect, Virtuoso advisors report that it is still impacting clients’ travel decisions.Among U.S.-based advisors, 10% say clients are changing travel plans due to a concern over anti-American sentiment. Some 40% say their clients are now avoiding certain destinations due to concerns over terrorism including the Middle East, Europe and Africa. They report that clients are choosing to travel within the U.S. as well as visit those perceived as safer, including Japan, Canada and New Zealand.Among Virtuoso-affiliated travel advisors outside of the U.S., 42% say their clients are avoiding travel to the U.S. due to factors including opposition to the country’s foreign policy and concerns over obtaining visas. As an alternative, they are electing to travel to destinations such as Italy, Australia and the U.K. The majority of advisors anticipate the slowdown in travel to the U.S. will last three to six months. Tuesday, March 28, 2017 last_img read more

Active Travel is offering US500 travel credit per

first_imgActive Travel is offering US$500 travel credit per person for bookings made before 30 April 2017 on its six-day Galapagos Loop tour, which includes hiking, sightseeing, wildlife watching and swimming with sea lions, in one of the richest nature sanctuaries on Earth.Available throughout 2017, the island-hopping tour links three of the Galapagos islands – Santa Cruz, Floreana and Isabela – by speedboat, enabling Australians to explore the islands’ landscape, wildlife and culture.The Galapagos Islands were made famous in 1835 when Charles Darwin visited the archipelago as part of a five-year voyage which led to his study ‘The Origin of Species’. Darwin noted that the local wildlife had uniquely adapted to suit their environment, and today the archipelago boasts more than 26 endemic species, including giant Galapagos tortoises, which can measure more than 1.5 metres in length.Due to a lack of natural predators, the wildlife – including flamingos, Darwin’s finches, sea lions and marine iguanas – are known for their tranquillity, which enables travellers to get up close and personal with them and take some great photos.The six-day tour will begin with a journey into the mist-covered highlands of Santa Cruz island, where travellers can spot birds such as vermilion flycatchers and Darwin’s finches. A speed boat will take guests to Floreana Island the following day, where they will meet descendants of the original population of the island and have the opportunity to swim with sea lions, marine turtles, manta rays and a variety of colourful coral fish.The journey will continue to the highlands of Floreana, with a guide telling stories from the island’s colourful history along the way. Travellers will take a low-level hike, exploring pirate caves, freshwater springs and tortoise colonies, before taking a speed boat to the island of Isabela, relaxing on its beaches, and exploring the crater of the Sierra Negra Volcano. Guests will visit Flamingo’s Lagoon and a tortoise breeding centre, before returning to the island of Santa Cruz, visiting the Charles Darwin Station, and transferring to the airport.Including airport transfers, five nights’ hotel accommodation, breakfasts, excursions and the services of a bilingual naturalist guide, the six-day tour costs from USD$2002 per person, twin-share.Departures are available every Sunday for the rest of 2017.Return flights from Australia to Ecuador and on to the Galapagos are extra and can be booked through Active Travel.Bookings, for travel in 2017, made before 30 April 2017, will attract a bonus USD$500 per person travel credit, which can be put towards flights, tour extensions or travel insurance. Three tour extensions are available, starting at USD$475 per person, twin-share.last_img read more

Nobu Hospitality has announced the opening of Nobu

first_imgNobu Hospitality has announced the opening of Nobu Ryokan Malibu, the first in Nobu Hospitality’s Ryokan Collection, on 28 April 2017. Located next to Nobu Restaurant Malibu and effortlessly blended with the cool elegance of the California coastline, Nobu Ryokan Malibu will present guests with a modern hideaway and distinctive service set against an authentic ryokan-inspired style.Perched above the famed Carbon Beach alongside the Pacific Coast Highway, Nobu Ryokan Malibu has been completely transformed from a 1950s vintage beach motel into an exclusive destination retreat. The property features 16 uniquely designed rooms and suites over two storeys, offering panoramic views and enveloping a serene ocean-facing courtyard with a lush garden displaying native California plants.A thoughtful design concept which balances the flow of energy, a neutral colour palette and organic materials was spearheaded by architects Studio PCH and Montalba Architects and designers TAL Studio, Shawmut Design and Construction, C.W. Eisner and Nikita Khan. Rich, natural material palettes of teak, bronze and limestone carry throughout the interior and exterior, channelling the minimalist aesthetic of traditional Japanese inns while evoking the laid-back spirit of the property’s location. Each guest room has been individually designed to provide a unique guest experience and well-earned respite, incorporating natural California views and Japanese design elements such as tatami mats, sand-colored limestone walls and handcrafted teak soaking tubs.Guests can savour an exceptional dining experience and preferential reservations at Chef Nobu’s celebrated Nobu Malibu, which sits alongside the property, as well as a custom crafted in-room dining menu. Additional property amenities include an outdoor lap pool overlooking the Pacific Ocean, access to Carbon Beach, a dedicated fitness room, access to Malibu Racquet Club and a tranquil relaxation deck.Encompassing the feeling of Omotenashi, the Japanese art of hospitality, the Malibu location masterfully delivers the unique chemistry and perfect balance of luxury, fun, craft and theatre beloved by Nobu Hospitality’s international clientele. The Nobu Ryokan Collection consists of a group of individual and exclusive retreats located in exotic destinations and gateway cities where guests seek luxurious sanctuaries in discerning environments. The hideaway retreats offer distinctive service and luxury products each set with an authentic ryokan-inspired style.last_img read more

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