SC sets Oct 18 deadline for completion of Ayodhya hearing judgement likely

first_imgNew Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday set an October 18 deadline for conclusion of hearings in the protracted Ram-Janmabhoomi Babri Masjid land title dispute, a move that has raised the possibility of a verdict in the politically sensitive case in the middle of November. The target date for completion of arguments by both the Hindu and Muslim sides assumes significance as Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, who is heading the five-judge Constitution bench hearing the case, is due to demit office on November 17. Also Read – India gets first tranche of Swiss bank a/c details The apex court also said the parties to the dispute can amicably resolve the matter through mediation if they want to but told lawyers from both the sides that it wanted to conclude the day-to-day hearings by October 18 so that the judges get almost four weeks time to write the judgment. The Court on Tuesday asked the counsels for the Hindu and Muslim parties to inform it about a tentative “time schedule” for concluding their arguments. The Constitution bench, which also comprised Justices S A Bobde, D Y Chandrachud, Ashok Bhushan and S A Nazeer, also said it has received a letter from former apex court judge F M I Kalifulla, who was heading the three-member mediation panel, in which it was stated that some parties have written to him for resumption of the mediation process. Also Read – Tourists to be allowed in J&K from Thursday “There is an ancillary issue. We have received a letter that some parties want to settle the matter by way of mediation,” the bench said, adding they may do so and the proceedings before the mediation panel can remain confidential. The bench said the day-to-day proceedings in the land dispute case have reached “an advanced stage” and will continue. The apex court on August 6 commenced day-to-day proceedings in the sensitive land dispute case as mediation proceedings initiated to find the amicable resolution had failed. The court had taken note of the report of the three-member panel, also comprising spiritual guru and founder of the Art of Living foundation Sri Sri Ravishankar and senior advocate and renowned mediator Sriram Panchu, that mediation proceedings, which went on for about four months, did not result in any final settlement and it had to decide the matter pending before it. The court, which on March 8 referred the matter for mediation, had asked for in-camera proceedings to be completed within eight weeks, but later granted time till August 15 after the panel’s earlier report said the mediators were “optimistic” about an amicable solution. The top court fixed the seat for mediation process in Faizabad, Uttar Pradesh, around 7 km from Ayodhya, and said adequate arrangements, including the venue of the mediation, place of stay of the mediators, their security, travel should be forthwith arranged by the state government. It had perused a report about the progress of mediation process till July 18 and said its contents will remain confidential. Fourteen appeals have been filed in the apex court against the 2010 Allahabad High Court judgment, delivered in four civil suits, that the 2.77-acre land in Ayodhya be partitioned equally among the three parties — the Sunni Waqf Board, the Nirmohi Akhara and Ram Lalla. On December 6, 1992, the Babri Masjid, constructed at the disputed site in the 16th century by Shia Muslim Mir Baqi, was demolished, sparking communal riots in the country.last_img read more

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Fisheries minister meets with stakeholders to discuss right whale protections

first_imgHALIFAX – The federal fisheries minister met with fishermen, industry representatives and marine scientists Tuesday to discuss the impact of restrictions put in place to protect North Atlantic right whales and whether they may be needed for the coming fishing seasons.Jonathan Wilkinson sat down with dozens of stakeholders at a hotel in Dartmouth to discuss measures introduced earlier this year that were aimed at shielding the marine mammals against fishing gear entanglements and ship strikes — their greatest threats.Wilkinson told the group that as a result of the initiatives in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, not one whale died this summer from being hit by a ship or getting snarled in fishing line.But, he said he understood that the extensive fishery closures came with an economic cost to those who make their living from the gulf’s rich fishing grounds.“Some, including many in this room, told us that the 2018 measures went too far and we recognize very much that some of these measures have had a real and very difficult impact on livelihoods of many of your members,” he said.The measures were introduced after 17 right whales died last year — 12 of them in Canadian waters — prompting concerns that the population might be on the fast track toward extinction.Fishing areas were closed in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, speed limits were reduced for vessels and Fisheries increased surveillance of the area to look out for the whales.Wilkinson said he wanted to hear from the stakeholders about how to “strike the vital balance” between ensuring the critically endangered animals are protected, while maintaining lucrative fisheries.Members attending the half-day meeting included crab and lobster fishermen, fisheries unions, First Nations fishermen, provincial Fisheries departments and researchers from Dalhousie University and the Canadian Wildlife Federation.Some fishermen in the region said the so-called dynamic and static closures were heavy-handed and unnecessary at times when the whales didn’t appear to be in their fishing zones.But Wilkinson said the mitigation efforts also helped in negotiating the fisheries portion of the updated North American free trade pact, also known as the USMCA.“Our continuing ability to meet the requirements of the Marine Mammal (Protection Act) in the United States and thus to be able to continue to export freely to the U.S. will certainly be based on us achieving similar levels of success going forward,” he said.Jocelyn Lubczuk, a spokeswoman for the minister, said after the regional consultations and a scientific review process, Fisheries will brief the groups about the recommendations. The department “will then begin finalizing the measures that will help protect right whales in 2019,” she said in an email.last_img read more

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Former Olympic skier sues Alpine Canada over sexual assaults of coach

first_imgVANCOUVER — A former Canadian Olympic ski team member has launched a proposed class-action lawsuit alleging Alpine Canada didn’t protect its female athletes from the sexual assaults of a former coach.Allison Forsyth alleges in a statement of claim filed in British Columbia Supreme Court that the national governing body for ski racing failed to property investigate the coaching history of Bertrand Charest and is vicariously liable for his sexual misconduct.Charest was convicted in a Quebec court on more than three dozen sex charges involving female athletes ranging in age between 12 and 18.He was sentenced to 12 years in prison, but his lawyers were in court this month appealing both his conviction and sentence and he remains free on bail while the court decides his fate.Forsyth’s lawsuit doesn’t name Charest as a defendant, instead it alleges Alpine Canada hired Charest as a coach for the national team from 1996 to 1998 when it was common knowledge in the ski racing community he engaged in sexualized conduct with female athletes.The allegations have not been proven in court and Alpine Canada says in a statement that it is reviewing the details of the lawsuit relating to events that occurred in the 1990s.“For the past 20 years, Alpine Canada has been working to ensure a safe environment for all athletes, and we are continually reviewing best practices with regards to athlete safety and security.”Another lawsuit was filed last year against Alpine Canada in Quebec by three other former female ski team members making similar allegations.Alpine Canada’s statement released Wednesday says it applauds the tremendous courage of Forsyth and other women in coming forward and speaking out.“Their determination and commitment to helping drive change is inspiring.”Forsyth’s lawsuit alleges Charest first sexually assaulted her in a bathroom, then told her she would be required to continue the sexual interactions if she wanted to succeed on the national team.“In January 1998, the plaintiff told Charest that their sexual interactions would stop and that she no longer wanted his sexualized attention,” the lawsuit says. “Charest told the plaintiff that her skiing career was over.”Forsyth, who is now 40, alleges in her lawsuit that she met with the then-president of Alpine Canada who told her that she would have to be careful about her allegations or the team would lose sponsors.“Alpine Canada implied that speaking publicly would threaten the plaintiff’s ski racing career,” the statement says.She began racing for the Canadian National Ski Team in 1998 at the age of 17. She skied for Canada in the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympic Games.“Despite her outward success as an Olympic and World Cup athlete, the plaintiff’s sexual abuse by Charest and abhorrent treatment by Alpine Canada continued to impact her psychological and physical health, which impacted her ability to compete.”She retired in 2008.A class-action lawsuit must first be approved by the B.C. Supreme Court. Forsyth is proposing that she would act as the representative plaintiff, but the action doesn’t say how many others might take part in the lawsuit.It alleges Alpine Canada failed in a series of actions to protect female athletes including by not warning them, not responding immediately to complaints and not addressing the suspicion of sexual interference.The lawsuit asks for damages for emotional, physical and psychological harm.It also asks for punitive and aggravated damages for “the selfish, high-handed and callous conduct of Alpine Canada.”Alpine Canada is liable for its own wrongdoing and is vicariously liable for Charest’s wrongdoing, it says.“Alpine Canada derived financial benefit, including retaining and attracting sponsorships, in silencing national team athletes and failing to take adequate, or any steps, to openly and publicly investigate Charest’s sexual abuse.”Terri Theodore , The Canadian Presslast_img read more

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Former NFL Star Darren Sharper Pleads Not Guilty In

Darren Sharper, a former safety in the NFL, pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges that he drugged and raped two women he met at a West Hollywood night club, while the emergence of a new accuser in Florida left him under investigation in five states.Lawyers for Sharper, who played in the NFL from 1997 to 2010 primarily with the Green Bay Packers, said they would prove that any sexual contact Sharper engaged in was welcomed.”All of these were consensual contact between Mr. Sharper and women who wanted to be in his company,” said attorney Leonard Levine.But a prosecutor pointed out the many investigations against Sharper in places including Tucson, Ariz.; Las Vegas and New Orleans, and asked a judge for $10 million bail.The judge rejected that as excessive, though increased it from $200,000 to $1 million.”The court considers these crimes quite serious and has to protect the public,” Superior Court Judge Renee Korn said.Sharper, wearing a gray suit and black T-shirt, showed up  to court with his lawyers and a bail bondsman who immediately arranged to post his bail.The judge ordered Sharper to remain in Los Angeles, stay away from nightclubs and not be alone with any woman he did not know before October, when the first allegations emerged.The judge set a court date for April 15 to schedule a preliminary hearing. Korn rejected a bid by defense attorney Blair Berk to shut down the release of information in the case.”We’re asking to litigate this in a court of law, not by Twitter feed and entertainment shows,” said Berk.The latest allegations surfaced in a Miami Beach police report released Thursday. It was filed Jan. 19 – more than a year after the alleged attack. No charges have been filed but Detective Vivian Hernandez said the investigation remains open.The report states that the accuser and two friends went to a club in the fall of 2012 and met Sharper and another man. All five left the club at approximately 4 a.m. and Sharper drove them all to his condo. The victim admitted to being extremely intoxicated.The victims’ two friends told her the next day that she went into a bedroom with Sharper and he closed the door behind them. The friends said they heard her telling Sharper ”No, no. Stop, I don’t want to.” They began knocking on the door, entered the room and attempted to take the victim home. The victim can’t remember what she said except that she wanted to sleep.The victim said she awoke around 9 a.m. to find her pants off and Sharper having sex with her. She said she asked ”what’s going on” and Sharper got up and put on a pair of shorts. Sharper told her they didn’t have sex. He then walked her to her car in a parking garage.The victim said she went to be examined a week later. She made the police report after a friend saw that Sharper was arrested for sexual battery.If convicted in the California case, Sharper could face more than 30 years in state prison.Sharper was selected All-Pro six times and chosen for the Pro Bowl five times. He played in two Super Bowls, one with the Packers as a rookie and a second with the Saints. read more

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AusIMM Project Evaluation 2016

first_imgThe AusIMM conference Project Evaluation 2016 will be staged March 8-9, 2016 in Adelaide. The mining sector is under enormous pressure, and successful professionals are focussed on productivity and innovation that underpins project success.Skills in evaluating and valuing mining projects, anticipating risks and optimising their development and production plans are absolutely essential; as is the communication of this information between professionals engaged in this work and their customers. You will have an opportunity to sharpen your skills in these areas by attending the upcoming Project Evaluation 2016 Conference.The theme for Project Evaluation 2016 is Good Practice and Communication. This conference is tightly focussed on the fundamentals for achieving better business outcomes for mining projects and for investors.View the conference website at www.projectevaluation2016.ausimm.com.au to view the conference program and register online!last_img read more

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Trump has ordered the withdrawal of the US from the controversial TPP

first_img Jan 23rd 2017, 6:20 PM PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP has just signed a memo withdrawing the US from the controversial trade deal known as the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP).In the past hour, the new US leader signed a number of documents which will also see a federal government hiring freeze and an order limiting funding of foreign NGOs backing abortion.The Trans-Pacific Partnership was a trade agreement among twelve of the Pacific Rim countries designed to boost trade in the region.The 70-year-old property tycoon had outlined a list of priorities for his first 100 days and executive actions to be taken “on day one”, on half a dozen issues from trade to immigration, national security and ethics, in a push to “reform Washington and rebuild our middle class”.“My agenda will be based on a simple core principle: putting America first,” said the president, whose victorious campaign tapped the anger of working-class Americans who feel left behind by globalisation, singling out trade deals such as the TPP as key culprits.“On trade, I am going to issue our notification of intent to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a potential disaster for our country,” said Trump in a video message prior to his inauguration.Read: ‘Where there should be aspiration, there is sanction’ – Gardaí on their new ethics rules >Read: Open library or open longer? Rural plan criticised for launching in library soon to have staffless hours > 110 Comments Image: Pablo Martinez Monsivais Trump has ordered the withdrawal of the US from the controversial TPP trade deal He has also signed an order limiting funding of foreign organisations backing abortion. Image: Pablo Martinez Monsivais Short URL Share614 Tweet Email1 Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article http://jrnl.ie/3201294 By Garreth MacNamee 43,266 Views Monday 23 Jan 2017, 6:20 PMlast_img read more

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The curious case of how a British cop went undercover among Irish

first_img Share1147 Tweet Email3 Mark Kennedy being interviewed on Channel 4 News in 2012. Saturday 11 Feb 2017, 9:00 PM We also know that British undercover police officers were operating in this State yet the Irish government has so far refused to request the inclusion of their activities in that investigation. Why is that?Murphy said the “political policing” targeted left wing and environmental activists, breaching their right to privacy in this State, which is enshrined in the European Convention on Human Rights.“It is incomprehensible and unexplainable why that request has not been made unless the Irish Government is saying its protection of British spies in Ireland takes priority over the wish of these people for answers and justice,” said Murphy.“We have more than enough political policing in this State already without allowing British agents to have a free run here too.”The Dublin South-West TD said those affected are now seeking answers and justice.Mark Kennedy was not just one bad apple. He was part of a system of political policing and abuse of rights. As well as him, we know of at least three other undercover British police officers who operated in this State – Jim Boyling, Mark Jenners and John Dines. There are a huge number of unanswered questions here.He said the Minister for Justice and Equality Frances Fitzgerald had already confirmed that gardaí were aware of Mark Kennedy’s presence in Ireland.Murphy asked the Taoiseach on what basis and on whose authority did he have permission to operate in Ireland and questioned if the government knew of other undercover officers.He claimed that there have been 56 convictions or prosecutions overturned in Britain as a result of Kennedy’s involvement.The deputy called for the report commissioned in 2011 by the Garda Commissioner into Kennedy’s activities to be published.The Taoiseach confirmed to Murphy that the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade Charlie Flanagan will meet with the Northern Ireland Secretary of State, James Brokenshire in Dublin next week to discuss the matter.However, he said the minister has not seen the garda report which investigated the relevant and related issues.The security forces here would be very concerned about agents from another country operating in this jurisdiction. We have had incidents of that in the past.Kenny said the minister will make a further statement following that meeting.Read: Mary Robinson says she was “bullied” into stepping down as President earlyMore: Roscommon town prepares for refugees by building a wall… of welcome Mark Kennedy being interviewed on Channel 4 News in 2012. Image: Channel 4 News Short URL http://jrnl.ie/3230569 Feb 11th 2017, 9:00 PM The curious case of how a British cop went undercover among Irish protesters “Mark Kennedy was not just one bad apple. He was part of a system of political policing and abuse of rights.”center_img “He had multiple intimate relationships with women using his false identity as an environmental activist called Mark Stone.”IT SOUNDS LIKE something straight out of a James Bond movie but that is a line from this week’s Dáil transcripts.During a Leaders’ Question session, the house was informed that an undercover British agent – infamous following an inquiry in the UK – also operated in Ireland.While the fresh revelations went somewhat under the radar on Wednesday (because of the explosive nature of Brendan Howlin’s contribution to the whistleblower debacle), AAA-PBP TD Paul Murphy told the chamber that the “the security forces here would be very concerned about agents from another country operating in this jurisdiction”.The Taoiseach was told a British citizen, Mark Kennedy, has been exposed as a “secret member of the national public order intelligence unit” in the UK.The story of Kennedy has been widely reported about over the years – in both the Guardian and the Daily Mail.In 2011, details of Kennedy’s double life during which he embedded himself with environmental activists for more than seven years, began to emerge.The Guardian reported that Kennedy visited more than 22 countries taking part in protests against the building of a dam in Iceland, touring Spain with eco-activists, and penetrating anarchist networks in Germany and Italy.However, the story has now landed on Irish shores.Murphy told the Dáil this week:[Mark Kennedy] was in Ireland and it is admitted he was in Ireland on multiple occasions. He participated in the Shell to Sea protests in the Taoiseach’s constituency. He organised meetings here in the run up to the protest in Gleneagles at the G8 in 2005. He was arrested by the gardaí in Dublin on 3 May 2004… 83 Comments 62,443 Views Image: Channel 4 News He had multiple intimate relationships with women using his false identity as an environmental activist called Mark Stone.While travelling the world, it’s claimed Kennedy had many sexual relationships with women within the activist movements. Source: Channel 4 News/YouTubeIt resulted in some of these women taking legal action against the police. Subsequently, the Metropolitan Police in the UK published a full apology for ‘totally unacceptable behaviour’ of undercover officers entering into such affairs with women.A settlement was also reached between the police force and the women.The Police Inspectorate in the UK also carried out a review into the cases, and called for better oversight of those that carry out covert work.The Telegraph reported Assistant Commissioner Martin Hewitt said sorry five years after the women first launched legal action following the unmasking of Mark Kennedy. Source: Cops Campaign/YouTubeOn Wednesday, Murphy told the Dáil that a woman who was involved in a protest group was in a relationship with Kennedy while he was operating in Ireland.He highlighted the case of Sarah Hampton, a US citizen who met Kennedy on these shores in 2005.Outlining what was said in Dublin this week, Murphy read out her statement, in her own words:Finding out that Mark was an undercover police officer brought about a deep depression that seemed impossible to navigate, there were times I almost gave up completely. The process of seeking justice on this case has felt at times belittling, intimidating and downright scary. … I felt I had been raped. I never consented to sleeping with a police officer.Murphy told the Dáil that Hampton was granted an apology last month by the Met Police.Pitchford InquiryFollowing these revelations, there were calls for a full investigation.The Pitchford inquiry was launched in 2015 following scandals involving officers and women who said they were tricked into relationships.In Belfast earlier this week, campaigners took a legal case over the failure to include Northern Ireland in Lord Justice Pitchford’s inquiry.According to the Belfast Telegraph, Jason Kirkpatrick was granted leave to seek a judicial review of the government’s refusal to widen the probe beyond England and Wales.His lawyers argued that officers attached to the Metropolitan Police and the National Public Order Intelligence Unit secretly travelled to Belfast for spying purposes without PSNI knowledge.Following the court case in the North this week, and pointing out that a woman in Ireland had also been victim of undercover police officers entering into sexual relationships with women, Murphy said he wanted the Taoiseach to formally request that the inquiry now be extended to Ireland as well.We know the German government has written to the British government seeking the inclusion of the actions of the so-called spy cops in Germany, and we know the Scottish government has done the same. 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Australia feels Greeces exit woes

first_imgJust under a month before the make-or-break elections on June 17, it is increasingly conceivable that Greece may leave the eurozone, leading other countries to brace themselves for the potential roll-on effects of the weakening of the eurozone. Officials in Australia are watching the growing crisis. The Treasurer, Wayne Swan, yesterday said that Europe was likely to face a ”long and painful adjustment”. The Commonwealth Bank has put in place extensive contingency plans to deal with financial shocks that could follow if Greece leaves the eurozone. While planning will help minimise financial pressure, the implications of a Greek exit would be “material”, warned the bank’s chief executive, Ian Narev. Economists at a German bank recently estimated that a Greek exit would cost the German government about 100 billion euros ($127 billion), or less than one-tenth of 1 percent of the nation’s annual economic output. Similarly, former French finance minister Francois Baroin said earlier this week that a Greek exit would cost Frςance up to 50 billion euros – only a small share of its economic output. Meanwhile, stock markets have declined worldwide on fears that Europe will unravel, European banks have recorded losses on Greek investments, companies are making contingency plans and Europe has prepared rescue funds for other vulnerable nations like Portugal, Ireland and Spain to prevent the spread of the economic contagion. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

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Guardiola Liverpool and Spurs are better than City

first_imgManchester City manager Pep Guardiola admitted that Liverpool and Tottenham are better than his team after losing their second game in a row at Leicester.Guardiola was left disappointed after City lost 2-1 to Leicester at the King Power Stadium on Boxing Day, a few days after Crystal Palace got a 3-2 victory at the Etihad.The defeat meant that Tottenham climbed up to second place after they demolished Bournemouth 5-0, and the Champions dropped to third place.“They [Tottenham and Liverpool] deserve it, they win games, we don’t win games, so the gap increases. Last season we were so consistent in making a lot of points, and this season especially Liverpool and Tottenham they are so good,” Guardiola told Sky Sports.“So at the end today we finish the first round and we have of course these last two defeats, but we have done enough points to be champion! A lot of points we have done!divock origi, liverpoolReport: Origi cause Klopp injury concerns George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Divock Origi injury in today’s game against Newcastle is a cause for concern for Jurgen Klopp.Perhaps with one eye on Tuesday’s trip to Italy…“But the problem is the other ones have made a lot, and that is the reality, they are better than us in that moment, you have to accept it, and it is important to accept where we are, and they are improving.“The reality is there are two or three teams better than us, so they are better. We’re not talking about whether we can take Liverpool or get to Liverpool or whatever, the issue is about winning another game, and thinking in ourselves about how we can improve.”last_img read more

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Caught on camera Noida woman brutally beaten with sticks by employer for

first_imgIn a viral video that has been doing the rounds on the internet, a salon employee in Noida is getting beaten up by her employer and his three friends over an argument regarding her salary. In her complaint to the police, the woman said that when she asked for a raise, her employer asked her to have sexual intercourse with him. His friend also tried to rape her.The incident happened on Saturday, May 11. The woman’s employer was arrested on Monday by the Knowledge Park police.Shocking incident from Greater Noida area where a girl, in a viral video, is seen being beaten up and assaulted by a group of men with stick. @Uppolice Incident is from Knowledge Park Police Station area. pic.twitter.com/1s9tJFsCVs— Bhartendu Sharma (@Bhartendulkar) May 13, 2019After she was attacked by four men, the 25-year-old woman went to the Knowledge Park police station in Noida to file a complaint, reports Hindustan Times.She alleged that even though she filed the complaint on Saturday, the police sat on it till the next day when they filed the FIR and the woman’s employer, Waseem was arrested on Monday. She added that they went to arrest him only after she visited the senior superintendent of police (SSP) in Surajpur on Monday.In the video which went viral, the woman, who is wearing a black t-shirt and a pair of blue jeans is seen dragged by her hair by one of the men. One man in a red shirt is seen with a wooden log and is holding it up, as of to beat her with it while another man is holding her tight in front of the man.When she tried to escape and run, they quickly chased her dragged her on the ground by her hair and tried to beat her again when the group watching the incident intervened to stop them from inflicting more harm on the woman.The woman is a make-up artist at the Venus Unisex Salon in Knowledge Park II in Greater Noida. She had joined the salon on March 16 with a salary of Rs 17,000.”On Saturday evening, they called me to collect my salary. When I reached the salon, Waseem’s friend Shera tried to rape me. I put up resistance and came out of the salon. Then all the four started thrashing me,” the woman was quoted as saying by HT.”I raised an alarm and people gathered around for my rescue. The four men thrashed me badly before local people rushed to my help,” she said.She added that Waseem was refusing to give her the salary for the past ten days by giving different excuses.The victim accused the police of arriving at the scene quite late and even when they came, they said that it just appears to be a “dispute between an employer and his employee”.”On Sunday, police registered a case against the accused under sections 354 (assault or criminal force to woman with intent to outrage her modesty) and 323 (voluntarily causing hurt) of IPC. The four accused had fled away after the incident. The police arrested the main accused, Waseem, on Monday,” Vineet Jaiswal, superintendent of police (rural) said.last_img read more

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SSC paper leak Government orders CBI probe amid student protests

first_imgStaff Selection Commission (SSC) aspirants stage a protest against the alleged SSC exam scam, outside the office of Delhi Staff Selection Commission in New Delhi on March 4, 2018.IANSThe Central government on Monday said it had ordered a Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) probe into the allegations of question paper leak and cheating leveled by several students who appeared for the Staff Selection Commission’s (SSC) exam last month.Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh was quoted by ANI as saying on Monday: “We have accepted the demands of the protesting candidates and have given orders for CBI inquiry. The protest should now stop.” The Centre’s decision came after the SSC on Sunday gave its nod for a CBI inquiry into the allegations that answers to one of the papers, whose examination was conducted on February 21, were leaked and that there was mass cheating in the exam. Some reports on Monday said the Supreme Court was slated to hear a plea seeking a CBI probe into the matter on March 12. However, with the government already ordering the probe, the petitioners may withdraw their plea. The government move came following continuous protests by the agitating aspirants outside the commission’s office at CGO complex in New Delhi’s Lodhi Road since February 27.SSC Chairman Ashim Khurana was quoted by PTI as saying in a statement that the agitating aspirants met him along with BJP MP Manoj Tiwari and submitted a memorandum to resolve the matter.Today met SSC Chairman Shri Ashim Khurana Ji, alongwith with a delegation of protesting SSC Examinees. SSC Chairman has assured the delegation that he will move forward with the request of a CBI investigation!! #sscexam pic.twitter.com/iiJXJ6wPGm— Manoj Tiwari (@ManojTiwariMP) March 4, 2018″The commission agreed recommending to the Department of Personnel and Training to request the government to conduct a CBI enquiry into the allegations of leak of questions of Paper-I on February 21, and other related issues,” the statement read.Meanwhile, Tiwari also met Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh and apprised him of the concerns of the agitating students.  Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari interacts with job aspirants protesting against alleged SSC exam ‘paper leak’ in New Delhi on March 4, 2018.IANSOver 9,000 aspirants had appeared for the SSC exams last month, of which a major section of candidates was protesting against the alleged paper leak.As the protests intensified, the Congress grabbed the opportunity to hit out at the BJP, alleging that the paper leak was similar to the VYAPAM scam in Madhya Pradesh and that a CBI inquiry into it was a must.Congress spokesperson Randeep Singh Surjewala, according to a Zee News report, asked if the Narendra Modi government was selling jobs instead of providing job opportunities to the youth.Following the agitation against the paper leak and cheating, the commission apparently canceled one of the exams conducted on February 21 and said that it would be re-conducted on March 9, 2018.Here are the earlier statements issued by the commission and chairman Khurana in line with the allegations raised by the aspirants.”The commission has received a few screenshots in the afternoon of 23.2.2018 of quantitative ability (paper-1) apparently taken on 21.2.2018 at around 12.30 pm belonging to a candidate namely Sachin Chouhan (roll number 2201281955). These snapshots are being circulated after about 48 hours of completion of the CGLE (Tier-II) Examination, 2017 and appear to be manipulated and would have no significance on the sanctity of the examination. Earlier also, at around 10.15 am on 21.2.2018, the commission received an information that some of the answer keys of paper I, to be held at 10.30 am on that day of the examination, were being circulated on the social media/e-mails. The commission investigated into the matter and found that the claims were absolutely bogus and baseless.””In continuation with the earlier discussions held with the protesting candidates of CGLE 2017, a delegation of the candidates met with the Minister of State, Ministry of Personnel, Pension and Public Grievances… After hearing the delegation, it was directed by the Hon’ble minister that though the paper 1 of 21.2.2018 was cancelled by the SSC on account of technical issues, to inquire into the allegation of leakage of this cancelled paper, the evidence being provided by the candidates be taken on record and if found substantiated, the matter will be referred to CBI for further enquiry.”Meanwhile, a large section of social media users strongly condemned the alleged instances of cheating in the SSC exam.Here are a few reactions:#SSCExamsScam #sscexamfixing #sscscam #sscexamscam Mere Pyare protestors..Plz Demand 1) Whole SSC Board CBI ENQUIRY2) Exam Should be finished and joining within 6 months3) NORMALIZATION4) Waiting List @rajnathsingh @MallikarjunINC @INCIndia @_SwarajIndia @AamAadmiParty pic.twitter.com/DzClUM9dAw— Kiran Merwade (@kiran_merwade) March 4, 2018CGL is just the tip of the iceberg!There is a mafia & nexus of bureaucrats/politicians/dalaals behind the organised crime of leaking papers & corruption in govt recruitments.So, we need an “independent investigation into the complete functioning of ALL SSC EXAMS!”#SSCScam— Anupam (@AnupamConnects) March 4, 2018The protests of the candidates have grown louder in New Delhi against Exam malpractice in SSC. SSC has become a tainted exam where every session of exam has a cheating case adding to the woes of the lakhs of students who take the exam. #sscscam— NSUI Punjab (@NSUIPunjab) March 3, 2018Against the backdrop of rising unemployment in India – 31 million, by one measure – the SSC scam comes as a big blow to the Modi government’s stated promise of transparency in government recruitment and job creation, says @gaonwalah https://t.co/oZyu2umwcl via @thewire_in— Siddharth (@svaradarajan) March 2, 2018An ABVP delegation met the SSC Chairman Mr. Ashim Khurana regarding the ongoing protests against the #sscscam. We stand in solidarity with all the students & strongly demand for a conclusive #CBIinquiry to expose this nexus. pic.twitter.com/8RGRYsSoK3— Diksha Verma (@DikshaaVerma) March 3, 2018@narendramodi @ArvindKejriwal #पैसा_दो_नौकरी_लो #SSCExamScam #sscexamfixing #sscscam #sscexamscam #ssc protests pic.twitter.com/w1pQkVBMaX— Milan sharma (@milan6rma) March 5, 2018Why Media not showing Protests by SSC Aspirants? Why both Govt & Opposition is Silent? At-least listen to the questions of Aspirants. Already, functioning of SSC has become Slow Service Commission. Please don’t ignore the Concern of SSC Aspirants, they don’t want to sell Pakodas.— Anshul Saxena (@AskAnshul) February 28, 2018A disdainful @BJP4India treats wronged SSC aspirants like a political rival, politicizing peaceful protests by refusing to send sanitation workers!& by taking up ‘Swacch Bharat’ drive in their own hands,the youth expose this pseudo governance & its phony enterprises!#SSCExamsScam pic.twitter.com/sXEr8ZBxA4— TS Singh Deo (@TS_SinghDeo) March 3, 2018“We got to know from a few policemen that a few people from the Intelligence Bureau had joined the protests and they were trying to break us internally,” a protester tells me. https://t.co/kpXLllWvdR— Vikrant Jha (@vikrantj25) March 4, 2018#SSCExamScam is another #Vyapam.Jobs being sold, future of millions of youth jeopardised, unabated protests continue for 3 days in Delhi, yet Modiji & SSC remain mum.If there is nothing wrong, why no CBI probe? Will PM answer? Will media listen? pic.twitter.com/Pyrm7Jpzzy— Rakesh K. (@AAPKA_RK) March 1, 2018Too many aspirants , too few of seats , endemic corruption in examination process , low quality of private jobs , pressure of ensuring mobility from lower class to upper class and greed of coaching classes selling false hopes …::SSC protests @sscchief @HRDMinistry— Suraj Patel IPS (@SurajPatel_IPS) March 4, 2018last_img read more

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Bijoya Dashami being celebrated

first_imgUntitled-2The five-day Durga Puja, the greatest of all Hindu festivals, will come to an end today (Saturday) with solemn immersion of the Goddess Durga in the capital and elsewhere in the country.Devotees are thronging puja mandaps to celebrate Bijoya Dashami, the last day of the festival and reciting the mantras and offering flowers to the goddess Durga (pushpanjali) and praying for her blessings.Each of the mandaps across the country has been ornamented with beautiful idols, showcasing the goddess in all her glory.Bijoya Dashami is the special ceremony of reaffirming peace and good relations among people.On this day, families visit each other to share sweetmeats. Married Hindu women put vermilion on each other’s forehead on the occasion.The number of puja pandals has increased this year as the number of puja pandals is 29,395, including 231 in Dhaka city.As many as 1,767 Puja pandals were set up in Chittagong while 1,242 in Dinajpur, 1,175 in Gopalganj, 737 in Faridpur, 752 in Comilla, 606 in Bagerhat, 126 in Chapainawabganj, 629 in Magura, 519 in Brahmanbaria, 647 in Jessore and 26 in Benapole.In the capital, thousands of people are set to throng the Buriganga today to observe the final phase of the festival — the immersion of the goddess Durga.The five-day festival started on 26 September with the incarnation (Bodhon) of the Goddess Durga marking Sashthi.According to the government directives, the immersion of Durga’s idol should be done from 3:00pm to 8:00pm on the day of Bijoya Dashami.Durga Puja, the annual Hindu festival also known as Sharadiya (autumnal) Durga Utsab, is the worship of “Shakti” [divine force] embodied in goddess Durga.It symbolises the battle between good and evil where the dark forces eventually succumb to the divine.last_img read more

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Forget Pokemon lets catch Favimon

first_imgOne of Nintendo’s most successful series of games has to be Pokemon. It continues to sell millions of copies every time a new duo of games are released for Nintendo’s most current portable hardware. We’ve just seen Pokemon Black and Pokemon White released for the DS, and no doubt the next release will be a 3DS exclusive not appearing until next year we’d guess.But you don’t need Nintendo hardware to partake in a Pokemon-esque game. Visual artist and web designer Matthew Hollett has come up with a free-to-play alternative that has a nice twist to it called Favimon.AdChoices广告Favimon replaces the creatures found in Pokemon with favicon icons acquired from sites around the web. When you start the game gives you a single favicon representing the Favimon site. This is your hero, your means of fighting other favicons in an attempt to capture them.In order to fight these other favicons you first have to find them. This is done by visiting websites by typing valid in URLs to the Favimon search box. If the site you type in has a favicon it will appear on the playfield and you can begin fighting. A turn-based battle then ensues, with each favimon having a health, attack, defense, and speed stat. If you’re good enough the rival favicon will be defeated and added to your growing army of favi fighters.Favimon is a good example of what is possible with the growing set of easy to use and free web technologies out there. Hollett created the game using a mix of HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and PHP. Favicons are found using the Google favicon API and a getFavicon app.The game is a pretty fun distraction and got awarded the Most Original Game award in the Mozilla Labs Game On 2010 Competition.Head on over to the Favimon site to start playing, or read the FAQ to learn more about the game.last_img read more

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Doom Annihilation Movie Makes You Miss The Games

first_img ‘Final Fantasy XIV’ and ‘Masters of Doom’ Are Yo…Bethesda Has ‘Doom Eternal’ and Some Other E3 2019 Games We Guess Like a gift from Satan himself, this recent Doom resurrection has provided many dark miracles for worshippers of the classic iD first-person shooter. The 2016 Doom reboot brought the series back to its hellish roots and was the best game of that year as a result. The upcoming sequel Doom: Eternal is looking even better. Bethesda is bringing back these classic 1997 Doom miniatures. And even John Romero is somehow still making new Doom levels.However, as powerful as this new Doom energy is, it still has its limits. And apparently that limit stops short at “making a new good live-action Doom movie.” Check out this trailer for the upcoming Doom: Annihilation and wish you were playing the games instead.<span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span><span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span>Like the games, as well as the first stab at a live-action Doom movie from 2005, Doom: Annihilation tells the classic tale of scientists and space marines who accidentally open a portal to Hell on Mars. What should come next is a gloriously gory orgy of sci-fi horror actions as buff folks shotgun blast and chainsaw through demons with utter contempt. But instead here we’ve got a cheap direct-to-video Uwe Boll-esque imitation that somehow looks even worse than a bad movie from 14 years ago.Doom: Annihilation also has much lower star power compared to its predecessor. Whereas that movie somehow tricked The Rock and Karl Urban and Rosamund pike into this schlock, Doom: Annihilation features A-list talent like (checks notes) Amy Manson and Louis Mandylor and Hari Dhillon. Sure! We hope at least one of them has their own dumb first-person sequence.It’s a shame too because Doom’s premise is totally solid for a B-action movie, and if Doom: Annihilation looked like it had half the fun of Doom 2016 the low-budget could’ve even been charming. But as it is now, I expect Doom: Annihilation to totally evaporate from our brains when it comes out later this year definitely not in theaters (and extremely with no involvement from iD or Bethesda). If you want to get a good Doom fix while waiting for Doom: Eternal, we suggest putting Rage 2 on your radar instead. Stay on targetlast_img read more

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Uphaar Fire Trial by tribulations

first_imgAfter 19 years, Uphaar cinema’s fire is reignited in a book by the victims of the tragedy. ‘Trial by Fire’, written by Neelam and Shekhar Krishnamoorthy talks about one of the worst fire tragedies in Indian history, the despair of the victims’ families and the failure of our judicial system.The Uphaar cinema fire- which occurred on the dreadful day of Friday, 13 June 1997 in Green Park, Delhi, during the 3 to 6 pm screening of the movie Border- claimed lives of 59 people, including the children of Neelam and Shekhar Krishnamoorthy.  Also Read – Add new books to your shelfSoon after the 1997 fire, the victims and the families of the deceased formed The Association of Victims of Uphaar Fire Tragedy (AVUT) under the guidance of senior advocate KTS Tulsi and filed the landmark Civil Compensation Case against Ansal Theatre and Clubotels Ltd, which owned the theatre. After waiting for justice for 18 long years, on August 19, 2015, the Supreme Court of India unjustly decided the Ansals pay Rs 60 Crore or serve a two-year rigorous jail term in the Uphaar fire case. Neelam Krishnamoorthy, President of AVUT and co-author of the book said, “‘Trial by Fire’ is a book that tells the stories of the many tragedies and not just the story of our personal tragedy of the devastating loss of our two beautiful children, Unnati and Ujjwal. The book also reveals the tragedy of our flawed system that permits wealthy and powerful corporate, convicted of heinous crimes to walk freely.”  Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveThe Uphaar fire case had approximately 4,000 court hearings in the past 19 years and none of them had been able to grant justice to the victims. KTS Tulsi who took the case as a pro bono said, “It’s been one of the greatest regrets of my life that we could not persuade the Supreme Court to seize the opportunity and develop a Law of Torts. We asked only for Rs 100 Crore for such a huge tragedy and that too because the psyche of the Indian judges is that we can’t permit a tragedy to become a windfall and that’s where the Supreme Court disappointed us. We had started this fight to ensure that this kind of thing does not happen again by introducing a safety culture in our country but we are still waiting for that day to come.”“We had no idea that 19 years down the line we will still be waiting for some sense of justice,” says Neelam, “Or that we would pen a book that can be called as ‘Trial by tribulations’ awaiting those who believe that justice will be done. We had hoped that those responsible for the murder of 59 people would be put behind bars.”last_img read more

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NZ outPAICE corporate competition in Australia

first_imgSource = e-Travel Blackboard: P.T The annual Pacific Area Incentives and Conference Expo (PAICE) was held in Auckland, with almost 200 buyers and more than 100 offshore event and incentive suppliers attending the SKYCITY Auckland Convention Centre.New Zealand is Australia’s largest business events market, attracting close to 45,000 convention and conference visitors and over 200,000 corporate arrivals for the year ending September 2012.Almost 40 Australian tourism operators visited PAICE 2012 at to showcase products, venues, hotels, activities and attractions to prospective New Zealand buyers.Business Events Australia was again a major sponsor of PAICE, supporting the continued growth of the Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Events (MICE) market from New Zealand to Australia.“PAICE is an important opportunity for the Australian industry to meet and do business with New Zealanders and we are delighted to have a strong contingent of Australian businesses participating in the event this year,” Business Events Australia general manager Penny Lion said.“New Zealand is one of our most important markets… the Australian contingency [spoke] to event planners and industry about recent developments in infrastructure and new products and experiences.”Attendees from Australia included Qantas Airways, Tangalooma Island Resort, BridgeClimb Sydney, Canberra Convention Bureau and Accor Pacific Qld. PAICE 2012 important to the success of NZ business events market in Australia.last_img read more

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Alitalia unveils new strategic plan

first_imgAlitalia have unveiled a new strategic plan in Rome overnight, stating it will provide unequivocal commitment to reinvent the airline in 2015.The airline will introduce new routes, new product and service standards, a new cost management strategy and new branding, to build a premium global airline representing the best of Italy.Alitalia Chairman Luca di Montezemolo, said that the Board have no doubt that the airline that was unveiled today will become once again a premium Italian airline recognised worldwide.“Our priority is to put the customer at the centre of everything we do. And to do that, we will change many things, starting with the way we work. We need to work as one united team to achieve this great common goal,” Mr di Montezemolo said.The key elements of the new business strategy include new plans in network, cooperation with Skyteam members, expanding the airline’s fleet, advanced guest services, and new brand material.The airline will introduce a new three-hub strategy in Italy, which will increase connectivity with partner airline hubs, and grow its long-haul flying network, whilst continuing to expand short and medium haul flying to maintain relevance to the Italian market.New routes will begin from Rome including Berlin, Dusseldorf, San Francisco, Mexico City, Santiago (Chile), Beijing and Seoul, with increased flights to New York, Chicago, Rio de Janeiro and Abu Dhabi.Alitalia will also add 13 weekly flights from Milan Malpensa, with daily services to Abu Dhabi, four flights a week to Shanghai, and additional flights to Tokyo.Alitalia is in the process of relocating 14 Airbus A320s to airberlin, and looking into options with Etihad Airways to acquire additional wide-body aircraft for Alitalia.The airline will start a new Customer Excellence Training Academy aiming to deliver skills to all customer-facing staff, while customers will experience new food service options and new-look lounges in Rome, Milan Malpensa and Milan Linate.Finally Alitalia will launch a new brand and visual identity, covering aircraft, uniforms and all other customer touch-points which aims to capture the essence of Italy. Source = ETB Travel News: Lewis Wisemanlast_img read more

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Technology Companies Announce Partnership

first_img in Headlines, News June 6, 2019 280 Views Two technology companies in the housing industry announced a partnership. LenderClose has integrated Simplifile, which functions as an electronic liaison between lenders and county recording offices.Simplifile has deployed its e-recording platform in 50% of all U.S. recording jurisdictions and plans to help the remaining 50% realize e-recording benefits in 2019.Because the Iowa-based LenderClose platform provides API connections to every vendor it takes to manage a mortgage or HELOC loan, the combination of the two platforms further streamlines the lending staff experience.The integration is a continuation of LenderClose’s strategy to provide lenders a single point of access to the housing industry’s top vendors to holistically digitize the loan cycle. LenderClose also recently integrated with MeridianLink’s LoansPQ loan origination platform.“We cannot afford to lose sight of the borrower experience,” said LenderClose COO Ben Rempe. “That’s why we have placed such a high priority on putting the right technology and integrations into the hands of lending staff. When they are empowered to exceed expectations, the borrower experience is automatically improved.”Through LenderClose, lending staff access a suite of property data reports and services—from flood certification and valuation products to title reports and e-recording. The result is a vastly accelerated underwriting process, an increasingly essential capability for all lenders. With one vendor, one integration and one invoice, lending teams realize multiple points of efficiency.The pairing of LenderClose and the Utah-based Simplifile allows lenders nationwide to upload county recordable documents, such as mortgages, trust deeds, releases and more, to the LenderClose platform without having to toggle between providers and accounts. Every LenderClose user will have access to e-recording and will remain inside the LenderClose platform as they engage directly with county recorders.“Vendor collaboration is critical for the continued digital transformation of the lending industry,” said Paul Clifford, Simplifile Founder and President. “We’re fortunate to have found an excellent match in the leadership of LenderClose. Bringing our two platforms together has been very smooth and iterative. We have a strong feedback loop in place, and look forward to taking our users’ suggestions for making the experience of accessing both platforms from a single access point even better.”“Our old process required us to mail mortgages to county offices nationwide, with a check in every package. It took us 5 to 7 business days to record a mortgage or file a release,” said Becky Beard, AVP of Mortgage Operations at Deere Employees Credit Union. “Now, we upload our documents to the LenderClose platform and the county e-records it the next business day, sometimes within hours or even minutes.  Once recorded, we’re able to retrieve a copy of the documents, complete with county stamps.”“Legacy lenders can’t wait a minute longer to digitize,” said Omar Jordan, CEO of LenderClose. “It’s surprising how many lenders continue to rely on postal services, or even hand-delivery of documents, when the industry has access to fast, secure technology. By integrating with as many technology vendors as possible, we make it even easier for lenders to evolve their processes to new, exciting ways of serving digital consumers – and to close more loans while they’re at it.” Sharecenter_img Merger technology 2019-06-06 Mike Albanese Technology Companies Announce Partnershiplast_img read more

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Derrick Hall satisfied with Dbacks buying and se

first_img Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Top Stories Arizona Cardinals’ David Johnson (31) runs during an organized team activity at the NFL football team’s training facility, Tuesday, May 15, 2018, in Tempe, Ariz. (AP Photo/Matt York) David Johnson skipped mandatory minicamp in June as he negotiated a contract extension. While that’s not been officially concluded as of Monday morning, good news regarding those discussions came in the form of a tweet posted by the Arizona Cardinals running back. The fourth-year pro posted a video of himself in front of his Cardinals locker, helmet atop his head and all, as he reported to camp four days before the full team is officially back to work. 10 Comments   Share   In Gods hands now 🙏🏾 primed and ready to prove it! #ImBack pic.twitter.com/fde9QWPv7D— David Johnson (@DavidJohnson31) July 23, 2018Johnson checked in to training camp Monday along with rookies, quarterbacks and players returning from injury. Johnson, coming off a wrist injury suffered in Week 1 of 2017, is among that group.Related LinksKeim’s absence comes as Cardinals talk complicated Johnson extensionBickley & Marotta: A song parody a day while David Johnson is awayWarner thinks Cards’ David Johnson is walking fine line with contract talksArizona’s full roster will report for camp on Friday.Johnson, who is entering the final year of his rookie deal that pays him $1.88 million, was injured against the Detroit Lions on Sept. 10, 2017. The Northern Iowa product missed the rest of the year after undergoing wrist surgery.He appeared for the Cardinals during voluntary workouts in early April and said he was 100 percent healthy. Johnson then decided to hold out of minicamp as his future with the team was negotiated.During 2016, his second NFL season, Johnson rushed for 1,239 yards and 16 touchdowns to go with 879 receiving yards and four more scores on the ground.center_img The running back told AZCardinals.com that negotiations with the team over his contract are going “in a positive way.”“I trust my agency, Sportstars, and I know they’ll get it done when the time comes,” he added. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retireslast_img read more

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Go back to the enewsletter The renowned British a

first_imgGo back to the e-newsletterThe renowned British artist Clifford Rainey will be visiting Soneva Fushi from 2 – 20 August 2016, as part of Soneva’s global ‘Featured Artist’ programme.Clifford Rainey is one of the true pioneers of the glass art movement. His work focuses on both the human form and the bottle form, and many of his works convey the human condition and its relationship to the environment. His works are collected throughout the world and are included in numerous major museum collections.During his tenure at the resort, Soneva Fushi’s guests can watch Clifford create unique art pieces, learn the art of glass casting, and also purchase his works of art from the boutiqueFeatured artists from around the world visit Soneva Fushi for a period of three to six weeks to create artworks in Soneva’s fully equipped interdisciplinary art studio. The project culminates in an exhibition of works, and artists are encouraged to create works from waste materials accumulated, and/or natural materials collected, on and around the island.Clifford is one of only several artists who have visited Soneva Fushi since the Glass Studio opened late last year, including the artist extraordinaire and master Venetian glassblower,Lino Tagliapietra, as well as glass artist Dr Sunny Wang and the American sculptor Howard Soneva’s studio was conceptualised as a state-of- the-art facility for resort guests to watch world-renowned glass artists create objects of art, and learn the art of glass blowing. It also includes a retail boutique and art gallery, designed to showcase the work of Maldivian and international glass artists.The facility uses only waste glass materials used at Soneva resorts and other resorts in the Maldives. It is estimated that the resorts in the Baa Atoll alone produce more than five tonnes of glass waste, every month. “The idea behind this project is to turn the glass into something that is much more beautiful and valuable than it was in its previous state,” said Sonu Shivdasani, Founder and CEO of Soneva.Go back to the e-newsletterlast_img read more

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