Treat awaits Delhis book lovers

first_imgOne of the major attractions for the bibliophiles, the 25th edition of the Delhi Book Fair alongwith other concurrent events, namely, 21th Stationery Fair, 5th Office Automation Fair and Corporate Gifts Fair commenced at Pragati Maidan , New Delhi, on September 11.These five day events were formally inaugurated by Rajesh Agrawal, IAS, Executive Director, India Trade Promotion Organisation (ITPO) in Hall 7, Pragati Maidan. Also Read – An income drop can harm brainThe Delhi Book Fair has been organised by ITPO in collaboration with the Federation of Indian Publishers (FIP). Present on the occasion were R K Mittal, President, FIP, Ashutosh Varma, General Manager, ITPO and Dr Ashok Gupta, Secretary General, FIP, participants and media persons. This year, theme of the fair is ‘150 years of Mahatma Gandhi’ which has also been depicted with a pictorial exhibition titled Timeline outside Hall 7. Also Read – Shallu Jindal honoured with Mahatma AwardThere is a thematic display of books pertaining to the Gandhian thoughts and life. Delhi Book Fair also aims to project aspiration of ‘New India’ as envisioned by the Prime Minister. Highlighting ‘Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan’, this year, Delhi Book Fair aims to project education and skill development as key drivers for all other sectors. Over 130 exhibitors are taking part in these events. Apart from students, book fair is also an ideal event for intellectuals, scholars, authors, librarians, teachers, and all those who have deep interest in Indian culture and literature. This edition of the fair will once again be about printed and digital content. While promoting an overall culture of reading, the fair aims to provide a conducive environment for promotion of book trade. Extensive efforts have been made to invite faculty and students from different schools as well as colleges. Visitor entry to the event is free and allowed from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm from Gate No.1 and 10.last_img read more

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Vancouver police urge parents to talk to teens about risks at 420

first_imgVANCOUER, B.C. — Police in Vancouver are asking parents to have a “tough” conversation with their teenagers about the dangers associated with marijuana at a large unsanctioned 4-20 event on Saturday.Sgt. Jason Robillard says the 25th annual event, featuring pot enthusiasts, vendors selling marijuana, baked edibles and drug paraphernalia, is expected to be a big draw this year because of a concert by California hip hop group Cypress Hill.Robillard says police will be focusing on arresting anyone selling marijuana to minors at the Sunset Beach event that typically attracts several thousand people including youth.Booth operators are expected to identify minors and to post signs that discourage sales to young people.He says it’s up to parents to talk to their kids about the overall risks of attending such a large gathering that may also involve other drugs and that enforcement will take into consideration the safety of the public and officers.Robillard says police equipped with alcohol-screening devices will also be on the lookout for impaired drivers and monitor for gang members and their associates in the crowd. The Canadian Presslast_img read more

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Chris Tucker Partners With Prostate Cancer Foundation During National Minority Health Month

first_imgThe Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF) announced today that actor, comedian and humanitarian Chris Tucker (Rush Hour) will join its National Minority Health Month initiative as a spokesperson to raise awareness about the significant disparities that exist between men of African descent and other ethnicities as well as raise awareness about risk factors associated with the disease.CHRIS TUCKER PARTNERS WITH THE PROSTATE CANCER FOUNDATIONThe PCF, along with Tucker, is encouraging men to “Know the Numbers” by visiting pcf.org/knowthenumbers to view and download a series of important stats and vital information every man of African descent should know.Each year, three million men in the U.S. battle prostate cancer – one in nine will be diagnosed. African-American men are 74% more likely to develop prostate cancer in their early 50s and 2.4 times more likely to die of the disease. There are a number of factors contributing to this issue including access to quality medical care, issues of physician mistrust and genetic predisposition. Data also shows that black men are less likely to be advised about cancer screenings and less likely to undergo surgery or chemotherapy.“It was shocking for me to learn that African-American men have the highest death rate and shortest survival of any racial and ethnic group in the U.S. for most cancers and that prostate cancer is the number one diagnosed cancer among veterans,” said Chris Tucker. “It’s imperative that the black community understand the risks and do as much as possible to increase their chances of surviving or even better, preventing the disease by making certain lifestyle changes.”This is one of the most important problems PCF is addressing in global oncology,” said Jonathan Simons, MD, PCF’s President and CEO. “PCF is devoted to tackling these alarming disparities. We are doubling down on cutting-edge research and forging new partnerships to solve the most lethalforms of prostate cancer and to identify causes of why African-American men are disproportionally impacted by aggressive disease.”The Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF) is the world’s leading philanthropic organization funding and accelerating prostate cancer research. Founded in 1993, PCF has raised more than $745 million and provided funding to more than 2,000 research programs at nearly 200 cancer centers and universities. The PCF global research enterprise now extends to 19 countries. PCF advocates for greater awareness of prostate cancer and more efficient investment of governmental research funds for transformational cancer research. Its efforts have helped produce a 20-fold increase in government funding for prostate cancer. For more information, visit www.pcf.org.last_img read more

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Funding gap looms amid efforts to tackle twin plagues Ebola ISIL warns

In his first briefing to the press since taking up the four-year post on 1 September, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein said he was “shocked” that just six weeks into his job, he already had to look at making cuts and “battle” to find resources. “Our operations are stretched to breaking point in a world that seems to be lurching from crisis to ever more dangerous crisis,” he said, warning that when the UN Human Rights Office (OHCHR) “cannot afford to put people on the ground – to monitor, to report, to train, to advocate – the cost may be high.” “The twin plagues of Ebola and ISIL both fomented quietly, neglected by a world that knew they existed but misread their terrible potential,” Mr. Zeid said. “Human rights are not an airy ideal,” he stressed, adding that underestimating the critical importance of human rights is what plays in creating crises in the first place. The global response to Ebola must therefore be focused on the right to health, to education, to sanitation, to development and to good governance. Only a response that is built on respect for human rights will be successful in crushing the epidemic. We must also beware of “us” and “them”, a mentality that locks people into rigid identity groups and reduces all Africans – or all West Africans, or some smaller, national or local group – to a stereotype, Mr. Zeid said. It is wrong to dehumanise and stigmatise people. OHCHR is currently drawing up guidelines on quarantine, because, if imposed and enforced injudiciously, quarantine can very easily violate a wide range of human rights.Turning to what he called, “the antithesis of human rights”, Mr. Zeid said ISIL – or, as he referred to it, the Taqfiri group called “Daech” in Arabic – believes “justice is to commit murder”. It spares no one. Not women, not children, nor the elderly, the sick or the wounded. No religion is safe, no ethnic group. “The way [ISIL] has spread its tentacles into other countries, employing social media and the internet to brainwash and recruit people from across the globe, reveals it is to be the product of a perverse and lethal marriage of a new form of nihilism with the digital age,” said the High Commissioner. As ISIL and Ebola gain ground, it is “deplorable” that the UN office responsible for human rights cannot fulfil the dozens of pending requests for human rights advisors and only receives around 3 per cent of the UN regular budget. The UN human rights office (OHCHR) is at least $25 million short of its needs this year, Mr. Zeid said. “We are asking for less than the amount Americans are forecast to spend on costumes for their pets at Halloween in a few days, time – and that includes my family who live in New York,” the High Commissioner added. Prior to 2013, it was unusual for there to be even two “mandated tasks” OHCHR was providing support to. But now, there are “no fewer than six of these under way”, including support missions for the Human Rights Council and an increasing number of fact-finding missions requested by the Security Council. “In other words, the Office is stretched to its limit,” Mr. Zeid said, adding that some desk officers are obliged to cover seven or eight countries and to support multiple independent human rights experts and committees.“We are already sparing back everything we can, and services are starting to suffer. States come to us asking for technical assistance programs, but is becoming increasingly likely that we will turn them down,” he said. These include programmes to help vet security and police personnel and train them to respect human rights and refrain from torture. The Office is, however, investigating alleged human rights violations and abuses in Iraq, Mr. Zeid said, reiterating his call to the Government to consider acceding to the Rome Statute to accept the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court. We intend to issue another update count of reported deaths in Syria before the end of the year, he added. As it stands now, over 200,000 deaths have been reported since March 2011. The High-Commissioner also expressed concern over continuing conflict in Yemen, Libya, and recently in Gaza, and said that his Office is engaged in “serious dialogue” about myriad human rights issues in Bahrain and Egypt. In Africa, conflicts and violations, including sexual violence continue in South Sudan, the Central African Republic, Sudan, Somalia, Nigeria and Mali, worsening the already chronic poverty. In Asia, he said that the “appalling and protracted” human rights situation in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) is on international radar thanks to the efforts of the International Commission of Inquiry, established by his predecessor Ms. Navi Pillay. He also spotlighted the perils faced by migrants in the Mediterranean, Indian Ocean and the Americas, many of whom continue to die in their desperate efforts to find a better, more dignified life. Meanwhile, there is an alarming increase in the number of major political parties in European and other industrialised countries proposing, and on occasion implementing, regressive and even abusive migration and xenophobic policies. Mr. Zeid concluded his first press conference on a positive note however, saying: “Notwithstanding everything I have just said…it seems to me that the broad trajectory of humanity is a positive one and that in an increasing number of communities and countries, all human beings are seen as fully equal in dignity”. read more

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Siraba Dembele to Rostov Don

One of the world’s best left wings, nominated also for the MIZUNO FEMALE WORLD HANDBALL PLAYER 2015, Siraba Dembele (30) will join Russian Rostov Don at the end of current season, writes handnews.fr. French star plays at ŽRK Vardar Skopje third season in a row.Before Macedonia, Dembele played at Danish Randers HK.Rostov Don are highly-ambition team with one of the best world’s goalie of the decade – Norwegian Katrin Lunde between the posts. Katrin LundeRostov DonSiraba Dembele ← Previous Story Denis Buntić to PICK Szeged! Next Story → Croatian youngstar Šime Ivić joins HBC Nantes

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Masterful Messi sends Celtic crashing out of Europe

first_img Image: Owen Humphreys http://the42.ie/3098830 Follow us: the42.ie Share3 Tweet Email 32 Comments Short URL By AFP LIONEL MESSI HIT a brace as he returned to the Barcelona line-up to help book their place in the last 16 of the Champions League with a comfortable 2-0 win at Celtic on Wednesday.Messi, who missed Saturday’s goalless draw with Malaga due to illness, provided a fine finish to Neymar’s lofted pass to hand the Spanish champions a 24th-minute lead in Glasgow.The Barcelona captain, who grabbed a hat-trick in the 7-0 mauling in the reverse fixture in the Camp Nou, then converted a 56th-minute penalty won by Luis Suarez to see his side top Group C with 12 points from five games.Manchester City’s draw with Borussia Monchengladbach in the group’s other match also sees the English side through and means Celtic can’t pip the Germans to third spot due to their inferior head-to-head record.“It was quite a hard game and we expected Celtic to come out and make it difficult,” said Barcelona manager Luis Enrique.“We were good at the back and we got better as the game went on. It was a very difficult group and it’s great to finish first with a game to spare.” Source: Mundo do Futebol/YouTubeCeltic manager Brendan Rodgers felt his side had improved significantly from their hammering in the Camp Nou, although their European adventures are over for another year.“I was proud of the team tonight. We looked like we played without any fear and we pressed the game well,” Rodgers said.“If we take some of our chances then it might have been a different game but we showed a vast improvement, which is important.”Apart from the injured Andres Iniesta, Barcelona named their strongest 11 as Suarez and Messi returned from suspension and illness respectively to form their formidable partnership with Neymar in the Barca attack.- Sublime Messi -Celtic didn’t allow the visitors time on the ball as they pressed high up the pitch early on.However, Barcelona began to probe at the Celtic defence with Mikel Lustig looking particularly vulnerable to the runs of Jordi Alba and Neymar.The Brazilian was first to burst into the Celtic box and teed up Messi with a back-heel and the Argentine’s deflected shot had Craig Gordon scrambling across his line before it was cleared.Alba was then the provider as his cross from the left found Ivan Rakitic lurking in the box but the Croatian international sent his header bouncing into the turf and over the bar.Celtic failed to heed the warning signs and Barca soon had a deserved lead.Neymar, who learned earlier in the day that Spanish prosecutors were seeking a two-year jail sentence and 10-million-euro fine for his part in his allegedly fraudulent transfer to Barca, was given space to play a wonderful lofted pass to Messi, who crashed a sublime shot on the half-volley in off the near post. Source: footballTV/YouTubeThe hosts tried to respond and had their first shot on target in the 37th minute when Moussa Dembele stung the palms of Marc Andre ter Stegen with a fierce strike.Only a superb save from Gordon stopped Suarez from adding a second before the break as he blocked a point-blank header from the Uruguayan international with his body.Celtic lost Scott Sinclair to injury at the break but his replacement James Forrest created Celtic’s best opportunity when he picked out Dembele with a cross but the in-form French forward sent a tame header straight to ter Stegen.It was to prove costly as Barcelona doubled their advantage moments later. Suarez got on the wrong side of Emilio Izaguirre and the Celtic defender hauled him to the ground to earn a penalty that Messi sent straight down the middle to score his 502nd goal for the Catalan giants.Neymar was fortunate to escape with just a booking, which will see him miss the final group game, as he pushed Lustig to the turf after the players clashed, with the Brazilian international subbed moments later.– © AFP 2016;The42 is on Instagram! Tap the button below on your phone to follow us! Barcelona’s Lionel Messi during the UEFA Champions League match at Celtic Park. Image: Owen Humphreyscenter_img 22,092 Views Masterful Messi sends Celtic crashing out of Europe The difference maker on the night was the Argentine superstar. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Nov 23rd 2016, 9:48 PM Former Celtic star Henrik Larsson leaves coaching role following son’s attack by fans>Quaresma’s filthy rabona assist sees Besiktas make last-gasp comeback> Barcelona’s Lionel Messi during the UEFA Champions League match at Celtic Park. Wednesday 23 Nov 2016, 9:48 PMlast_img read more

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Un indice bientôt créé pour mieux évaluer le bruit

first_imgUn indice bientôt créé pour mieux évaluer le bruitAfin de faciliter la compréhension du grand public, les observatoires Bruitparif en Ile de France et Acoucité dans l’agglomération lyonnaise vont mettre en place d’ici 2014 un indice du bruit plus parlant que les décibels.Le projet Harmonica, acronyme en anglais pour Harmonised noise information for citizens and authorities (Information harmonisée sur le bruit pour les citoyens et les autorités) vise à définir des indicateurs de bruits extérieurs basés sur une échelle de nuisance de 1 à 10 avec un code de couleurs adapté. Un indice qui devrait être plus parlant que les décibels (dB), selon ses créateurs Bruitparif en Ile de France et Acoucité dans l’agglomération lyonnaise. Comme l’explique Fanny Mietlicki, directrice de Bruitparif citée par l’AFP, “on s’est dit que ce serait bien de faire la même chose que sur l’air, c’est-à-dire créer un indice pour mesurer le bruit, un indice qui soit correct scientifiquement mais en même temps vulgarisé pour le grand public”. En effet, une enquête sur les connaissances du public en matière d’environnement sonore a révélé que les gens ont tendance à surestimer les niveaux des bruits aériens alors que les bruits routiers et des trains l’étaient à leur juste valeur. L’environnement sonore des parcs et chambres à coucher était, lui, jugé équivalent à un désert. Ainsi, cet indice qui devrait voir le jour d’ici 2014 tiendra compte autant des bruits permanents et de fond que des pics sonores, comme les vrombissements de moto ou les passages de trams, nuisances insuffisamment traitées aujourd’hui, selon Mme Mietlicki. Pour qu’il soit le plus adapté possible au grand public, ce dernier participera lui-même à sa mise au point. Pour cela, une enquête est menée auprès de riverains en région parisienne et à Lyon, et elle viendra compléter une enquête en laboratoire. Les enquêteurs proposeront quatre indices : deux sont basés sur le bruit de fond et la façon dont le bruit varie dans une journée ainsi que les évènements perturbants (plus de 50 décibels) lors des temps calmes. Un autre indice est proposé sur la valorisation des évènements calmes, permettant de définir un temps de qualité en terme d’environnement sonore. Evaluer le bruit pour trouver des solutions À lire aussiPourquoi le son de notre voix nous paraît-il si étrange sur un enregistrement ?Dans un deuxième temps, le nouvel indice devrait permettre de développer davantage de solutions de lutte contre le bruit. Car “en France on a beaucoup axé les travaux sur des solutions de rattrapage avec le rajout de murs anti-bruit par exemple”, rappelle Mme Mietlicki. Inversement, avec la nouvelle plate-forme européenne prévue dans le projet Harmonica, on cherchera à élaborer des solutions plus justes comme la gestion du trafic en amont avec des limitations de certains véhicules, les livraisons, ou encore choisir des ballasts et des flottes ferroviaires moins bruyantes. A Paris par exemple, un revêtement spécial placé sur le boulevard périphérique près de la Porte de Vincennes “a permis de gagner 5 décibels sur le niveau sonore auquel sont exposés les riverains” en diminuant le bruit des véhicules, a noté Bruitparif.Le 4 juillet 2012 à 13:58 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

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15 year male arrested and charged Plead Guilty

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppTurks and Caicos, June 8, 2017 – Providenciales – On Monday 5th June 2017, A 15 year old male appeared before the Magistrate and plead guilty to a charge of Burglary in connection with a report made on Monday 10th April 2017.Around 2:22pm that date, officers responded to the Church of God of Prophecy and met with the complainant who stated that the Church was secured at 1:30am the same date, and upon arrival later that day he noticed someone had burglarized the building. Nothing inside of the Church was stolen.He is presently on bail and is scheduled to return to court on Tuesday 25th July for sentencing.Press Release: RTCIPFlast_img

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PETA Phrases like bring home the bacon are comparable to racism homophobia

first_img(WSVN) – PETA wants to put an end to what they call “anti-animal” language that comes with old sayings, claiming they normalize animal cruelty.The animal-rights group tweeted a list of “animal-friendly idioms,” suggesting they should be used to avoid offending vegans.Instead of saying “bring home the bacon,” PETA suggested the phrase “bring home the bagels.” Rather than using the phrase “kill two birds with one stone,” their alternative is “feed two birds with one scone.”“Just as it became unacceptable to use racist, homophobic, or ableist language, phrases that trivialize cruelty to animals will vanish as more people begin to appreciate animals for who they are and start ‘bringing home the bagels’ instead of the bacon,” PETA said in its tweet.Here is PETA’s full list of alternative phrases:Instead of: “Be the guinea pig.”Say: “Be the test tube.”Instead of: “Beat a dead horse.”Say: “Feed a fed horse.” Instead of: “Take the bull by the horns.”Say: “Take the flower by the thorns.”Instead of: “Kill two birds with one stone.”Say: “Feed two birds with one scone.”Instead of: “Bring home the bacon.”Say: “Bring home the bagels.” Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Words matter, and as our understanding of social justice evolves, our language evolves along with it. Here’s how to remove speciesism from your daily conversations. pic.twitter.com/o67EbBA7H4— PETA: Bringing Home the Bagels Since 1980 (@peta) December 4, 2018 Just as it became unacceptable to use racist, homophobic, or ableist language, phrases that trivialize cruelty to animals will vanish as more people begin to appreciate animals for who they are and start ‘bringing home the bagels’ instead of the bacon.— PETA: Bringing Home the Bagels Since 1980 (@peta) December 4, 2018 last_img read more

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Broadcaster demands Australia police drop probe of reporters

first_imgCanberra: Australian government assurances that public sector leakers rather than journalists are the targets of raids on two media organizations have come under question as new details have emerged of police efforts to track one reporter’s movements and to discover who reporters talk to by phone. Executives of Australian Broadcasting Corp. and News Corp. Australia have expressed their frustration that a month after raids on ABC’s Sydney headquarters and a News Corp. political editor’s Canberra home, “the fate of our journalists remains unclear.” They had joined with other media organization to demand legal reforms that would exempt journalists from national security laws passed since 2012 that “would put them in jail for doing their jobs.” Attorney-General Christian Porter, who would need to authorize any prosecution of reporters involved, said last month “there is absolutely no suggestion that any journalist is the subject of the present investigations.” But ABC Managing Director David Anderson revealed on Thursday that he had written to the minister responsible for police, Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton, calling for police to drop their investigation of two ABC reporters, Dan Oakes and Sam Clark. Also Read – EAM Jaishankar calls on European Parliament President David Sassoli Advertise With Us The ABC had asked that “any action against the pair cease. Failing that, that the ABC be briefed on when and how the AFP action will be resolved,” Anderson said in a staff email, referring to Australian Federal Police. Dutton’s office said he had no comment. Documents reported in the media in recent days suggest that reporters are in police sights. The search warrant executed on National Politics Editor Annika Smethurst’s home hunted for leaked government documents that formed the basis of an article she wrote more than a year ago. The article, dismissed by Dutton at the time as “nonsense,” said Defense Department and Home Affairs Department bosses had canvassed giving a security agency new legal powers to spy on Australians. Also Read – This is why Denmark, Sweden and Germany are considering a meat tax Advertise With Us The raid on the ABC the following day sought documents relating to the Australian Special Air Service Regiment’s involvement in Afghanistan. Oakes and Clark reported in 2017 that Australian troops had killed unarmed men and children in Afghanistan in potential war crimes. The Sydney Morning Herald reported this week that police had asked Qantas Airways in March for information about two trips Oakes’ had taken in June and September in 2016. Qantas complied, the newspaper said. The newspaper cited an internal police document with the headline “R v Daniel Michael Oakes” — Australian legal terminology equivalent to “people versus” in the United States, which suggests an intention to prosecute. Advertise With Us Police emails released under freedom of information laws reveal that investigators considered that Smethurst could be charged for publishing classified information. One police officer noted that media reporting a day after the raid on Smethurst’s home missed the fact that she could face charges. “Reporting hasn’t caught up on the publishing offence — many still think she’s just doing her job,” the officer wrote in an email. Denis Muller, senior research fellow at Melbourne University’s Centre for Advancing Journalism, said there appeared to be a “disconnect” between Porter, who can veto charges, and Dutton, who controls police, on whether reporters should be pursued. “They’re going to string this thing out with Oakes and Smethurst as long as they can as an exercise in intimidation,” Muller said. Concerns about Australian reporters’ ability to protect sources identities have escalated with a revelation this week that police used two special warrants to access journalists’ metadata — phone and computer records — on 58 occasions in the 2017-18 fiscal year. That was the year police began their investigations into the ABC and News Corp. leaks. Police will not say whether the warrants related to those investigations. Paul Murphy, chief executive of the Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance — the Australian journalists’ union — said such revelations pointed to an urgent need for Parliament to legislate to protect journalists and whistleblowers. “The recent police raids that we saw and the revelations since then of journalists’ private travel information being accessed, the dozens and dozens of occasions that journalists’ metadata have been accessed all indicate to us that there is a disregard for the important role of public interest journalism in a democracy,” Murphy said. Opposition leader Anthony Albanese suggested that police might have held off the raids until after the conservative government had been reelected less than three weeks before the search warrants were executed. Albanese agreed the journalists should not be charged.last_img read more

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Shahid Afridi in blistering attack on Gautam Gambhir No personality just a

first_imgFormer Pakistan cricket captain Shahid Afridi has slammed Gautam Gambhir in his new book and called him a negative person with a lot of attitude problem. Afridi’s autobiography named ‘Game Changer’ has been in the news after the popular Pak cricket revealed his real age in the book.It is a well-known fact that there is absolutely no love lost between Afridi and Gambhir and the former Pakistan skipper has now launched an absolutely scathing attack on the Indian left-hander. “Some rivalries were personal, some professional. First the curious case of Gambhir. Oh poor Gautam. He & his attitude problem. He who has no personality. He who is barely a character in the great scheme of cricket. He who has no great records just a lot of attitude.”He also adds that when they were playing, Gambhir was not competitive, but had a very negative attitude all the time. Afridi writes that the former Indian player behaved as if he was a cross between James Bond and Donald Bradman in the way he carries himself on the field.’Gambhir wasn’t positive’ Shahid Afridi hits out at Gautam Gambhir”Gambhir behaves like he’s a cross between Don Bradman & James Bond. In Karachi, we call guys like him saryal (burnt up). It’s simple, I like happy, positive people. Doesn’t matter if they are aggressive or competitive, but you have to be positive & Gambhir wasn’t,” he further wrote in his autobiography.In one of his interviews with ESPNCricinfo, Afridi also said that his favourite India-Pakistan match was the Kanpur ODI back in 2005 where he scored a blistering century. Interestingly, in this very match, he was also involved in a fiery exchange of words with Gambhir which forced the umpires to separate both the players.  File image of Gautam GambhirINDRANIL MUKHERJEE/AFP/Getty ImagesAlso, both these ‘fiery’ characters have also been involved in plenty of Twitter exchanges as they are very strong in putting their opinions across. Gambhir, who is now a politician, and is in the fray in the ongoing Lok Sabha elections, has always given a befitting reply to Afridi and it will be interesting to see how he responds to these charges.Earlier this week, former India mental conditioning coach Paddy Upton had described the left-hander as ‘mentally insecure’, a person who was never satisfied with what he had done. “Let’s say his range was 20 to 40 with 30 being normal. When he scored 150, he would be disappointed in not scoring 200.” Upton wrote that no matter what he and then coach Gary Kirsten did Gambhir was “negative and pessimistic.” Upton then explained the contradiction and the myth associated with mental toughness.last_img read more

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Refugee children face harrowing detention in Southeast Asia

first_imgFrom overcrowding to a lack of medical care, thousands of refugee children are languishing in “dangerous and harrowing” conditions in Southeast Asian detention facilities, according to two charities.Over 2,290 refugee and asylum seeker children were held in Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia at the end of 2016, according to Save the Children and the Asia Pacific Refugee Rights Network in a report released on Thursday.The three nations have been on key transit routes for thousands of migrants and asylum seekers, from countries including Myanmar, Bangladesh and Afghanistan, who are trying to flee violence or poverty at home to reach Australia.But they are often intercepted during these journeys, and authorities typically treat asylum seekers and refugees as illegal immigrants, subjecting them to arrest or detention.”These children should not be treated like criminals,” said Mike Novell, Save the Children’s interim director for Asia.”The impact this environment has on children is extremely damaging… It can lead to developmental delays and self-harm while putting children at very real risk of violence, sexual abuse and exploitation.”Based on analysis of immigration policies and interviews with a small number of child detainees, the report found children often being detained with unrelated adults and separated from their families.Some were forced to sleep in “cramped and substandard” conditions, including on cardboard or directly on the floor, the report said, and were given food that was “unpalatable”.It found some children were housed in cells so hot it was difficult to breathe, and on some occasions in rooms so overcrowded they could not lie down at night with their legs fully extended.”There’s a lot of germs… the weather was so hot… we cannot breathe ourselves easily because it’s really hot inside,” the report quoted a 14-year-old girl, who was detained in a cell with 150 other people, as saying.The charities said although the number of child detainees in Asia-Pacific had fallen by over 50 percent at the end of 2016 compared with 2014, countries must move to end child detention entirely.In Australia, where nearly all children have been released from detention in recent years, the two rights groups called for a review of the country’s laws which still allow the practice.Governments should adopt community housing or foster care for unaccompanied child instead, the charities urged, saying they are a more humane and cheaper alternative.last_img read more

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Devotees from across globe gather at Mayapur to witness Holi spectacle

first_imgKolkata: Devotees from all over the world have assembled at Mayapur, the headquarters of ISKCON, to celebrate the 533rd birth anniversary of Chaitanya Mahaprabhu.Gaur Purnima, the biggest festival in the Gaudiya Vaishnav Sampradaya, will be celebrated with fervour and gaiety in the Nabadwip Mandala. The excitement among the devotees is palpable as they are preparing for the big day, purchasing traditional colourful dhoti-kurta and ghagra- choli to participate in the celebration, informed Subroto Das, media spokesperson of ISKCON Mayapur. Also Read – Bose & Gandhi: More similar than apart, says Sugata BoseThe celebrations will start from the wee hours, with Manglarti at 4.30 am followed by class and Darshan Arti in the morning. In the evening from 4 pm onwards, Chaitanya Charitamrita – the biography of Mahaprabhu will be read. The Gaur Purnima festival is being celebrated in all 800 centres of the institution around the globe. It may be mentioned that Mayapur is coming up as a centre of international tourism. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has given the green signal to the proposal of developing it as a tourist hotspot and work will start shortly on the same. The estimated cost of the project is around Rs 3,000 crore. During her trip to Mayapur, Banerjee had assured the ISCKON authorities to provide all necessary cooperation. Later, a team comprising senior industrialists visited Mayapur. Sajjan Jindal will head the team carrying out the development project. There has been heavy police deployment to maintain peace during Thursday’s function. Devotees from 95 countries have come to take part in the celebration.last_img read more

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"Media and people are free to draw their own conclusions. George Jackson. I think we have a long way to go I really believe that" he said The events of Tuesday 28 August will be remembered for long in India as a warning for anyone daring to speak out against the establishment — this is the popular opinion that emerged after multi-city raids on activists and intellectuals who have worked on causes to help the repressed and have been vocal critics of the government and its policies The searches by the Maharashtra Police were part of the inquiry into the Elgar Parishad event held near Pune on 31 December which investigators claim triggered the clashes between Dalits and upper caste members in the nearby Bhima Koregaon village on New Year’s Day On one side there is outrage over the police action described as a "brazen attack on democratic rights" "absolutely perilous" an "attempted coup against the Indian Constitution” and "potentially more serious and more dangerous than the Emergency" among myriad other criticisms On the other side of the ideological wall has emerged a virtual war with filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri once again triggering a debate on his popularised phrase "Urban Naxals" Soon after news of the raids emerged Agnihotri invited "bright young people" to make a list of "those defending Urban Naxals" Unsurprisingly his tweet launched a war of words between right-wing thinkers like Agnihotri and the "Urban Naxals" he wants listed out and often targets in his social media posts I want some bright young people to make a list of all those who are defending #UrbanNaxals Let’s see where it leads If you want to volunteer with commitment pl DM me @squintneon would you like to take the lead — Vivek Agnihotri (@vivekagnihotri) August 28 2018 In the current state of affairs in India "Urban Naxals" is being increasingly used to describe the taxon of the population that dares to speak out against the government Many believe that to dissent is to be an "Urban Naxal" in today’s India In an article published in Swarajya Agnihotri had defined the term as "urban intellectuals influencers or activists of importance" who are "invisible enemies of India" He claimed that some of these people "have either been caught or are under the police radar" for "spreading insurgency against the Indian State" The activists and intellectuals raided and detained on Tuesday have been referred to as "Urban Naxals" even by the Pune Police that headed the raids highlighting even further that the dissent argument holds true They were detained by the police after the raids for suspected Maoist links People from various organisations protest against the police raids at the homes of activists and their subsequent arrests PTI Activists Vernon Gonzalves Arun Ferreira and Sudha Bhardwaj poet Varavara Rao Father Stan Swamy and journalist Gautam Navalakha being described as "Urban Naxals" forced their defenders to counter the accusation and explain why the phrase is nothing but a "misnomer" and is used inappropriately The term "Urban Naxal" is a "deeply toxic flawed analytical category that can in practice include any citizen who disagrees with the right-wing status quo" tweeted barrister Suchitra Vijayan She called Agnihotri’s definition of the term "empty of content" emphasising Navlakha’s warning that the ambiguity over the term is deliberate "It mobilises the society to extrajudicially curb dissent and criminalises it" she said in a series of tweets "But this formulation and many of the right-wing’s assault on knowledge has one thing in common — a deep distrust for reason an anti-intellectual/anti-reason streak that views anyone with a different opinion as an enemy" Adding that curbing dissent was a common phenomenon in "fascist authoritarian states" Vijayan pointed out the often used terms of "sickular" "libtard" and "presstitute" as an "already easily accepted category of insult that automatically vilifies any dissent" Agnihotri’s definitions are empty of content It is ambiguous and as #GautamNavlakha mentioned in an interview this ambiguity is deliberate A definitional category that can encompass anyone It Mobilises the society to extra-judicially curb dissent and criminalizes it — Suchitra Vijayan (@suchitrav) August 28 2018 Tracing the history of the word "Naxal" she highlighted that the Naxal movement "did not start as an insurgency against the state" but was a “uprising of peasants and workers in 1967" against exploitation by landlords Socialist Anupam Guha echoes Vijayan’s thoughts "The revolt of Naxalbari (village in 1967) was a specific movement in a specific historical material condition" he tweeted "There is no such thing as ‘Urban Naxal’ This propaganda puts in danger every dissenter leftist socialist Marxist of thoughtcrime We resist this now or the republic is in peril" ". giving birth to new languages as they went. They actually helped during the attack in Maseh while we were doing the burial. read more

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