Samoa Joe takes part in match before the 61 WWE RAW

first_img Hailee Steinfeld Videos Articles Now Playing Up Next WWE RAW Preview: King of the Ring Final Match, Fallout from WWE Clash of Champions Videos Articles Jason Momoa Google+ Pinterest Now Playing Up Next Facebook Adam Martin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR How Carcinogens Got Into the Generic U.S. Drug Supply Now Playing Up Next Wrestleview reader Calvy sent us word that Samoa Joe just took part in a match before tonight’s 6/1 WWE RAW taping in San Antonio against Tyson Kidd. It remains to be seen if it was simply a dark match or part of the Superstars taping.You can view the spoiler report at the link below.SPOILERS: 6/1 WWE Superstars tapings from San AntonioRecommended videosPowered by AnyClipTrade hopes lift Wall StreetVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPauseUnmuteDuration 1:09/Current Time 0:05Loaded: 100.00%0:05Remaining Time -1:04 FullscreenUp NextThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Replay the listcenter_img HBO to pilot Game of Thrones Targaryen prequel Trade hopes lift Wall Street The Binge: Googleboxer Isabelle shares what TV shows she hates WhatsApp Now Playing Up Next Videos Articles Now Playing Up Next Oprah Winfrey Twitter Leigh Sales and Lisa Wilkinson deserve gold Logies. Wrestleview Weekly: Predictions for tonight’s Clash of Champions event in Charlotte WWE Draft confirmed to be taking place as a two-night event starting on October 11last_img read more

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Salah injury update

first_imgLiverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has revealed that the club are currently doing everything possible to make Mohamed Salah available for their upcoming game against Everton in the Premier LeagueOn the back of their convincing 3-0 win over Manchester City in the Champions League, Liverpool will now face local rivals Everton for the Merseyside derby.Klopp’s side will be looking to secure the three points on Saturday as they look to maintain their place in the top four in the league standings with the decisive second leg against City coming up next.However, one concerning factor for Liverpool is Salah, who had to leave the pitch in the win over City and Klopp has now shared an update on his status.“We are trying everything to make him available,” said Klopp, according to the Express.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…“There are still 24 hours to go. So let’s see.”The well publicised bus incident that took place when the Liverpool supporters attacked the City players as they made their way to Anfield has left even Klopp lost for words.“It’s so strange. You go with your own bus through the crowd and it feels fantastic and it’s great.” said the German.“It’s support, it’s passion. We come into the stadium and the first thing I heard was they had smashed the bus of Manchester City and it kills everything.“You can’t feel it anymore. You give everyone the opportunity to do something good and because of a few idiots it might never happen again.”last_img read more

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Robinson urges Hart to bounce back

first_imgJoe Hart was omitted from the England squad by Gareth Southgate and former national team keeper Paul Robinson believes that he should not give up and bounce back to the team.Joe Hart has made 75 caps for the Albion throughout the years and Robinson claimed that if he will be able to sort out his club career and start playing regularly again, there is no reason for him not to be called up again.The former Blackburn keeper spoke about Hart’s situation as he said, according to Daily Mail:Jadon Sancho, Borussia DortmundCrouch: Liverpool could beat Man United to Jadon Sancho Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Peter Crouch wouldn’t be surprised to see Jadon Sancho end up at Liverpool one day instead of his long-term pursuers Manchester United.“The lad’s had 75 caps. You don’t get them for anything. He’s had a great England career. He’s having a rough time at club level, he needs to find a new home, and there’s no reason why he can’t get himself back into the set-up.”“He’s of the age where he can go again. He needs to settle his club career, find a home – rather than going on loan – get himself settled, get himself happy again, gets his confidence, and without a shadow of a doubt he can be involved again.”last_img read more

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Home rule given county approval

first_imgThe process to potentially redraft Clark County’s form of government — to home rule — is under way.Clark County commissioners voted unanimously Tuesday night to move forward with a November election of 15 partisan freeholder positions, five each from the three commissioner districts.Those freeholders will then undertake the process of drafting new rules for how the county operates, and, within the next two years, is expected to present voters with the option of adopting those rules.Voters can grant themselves the power of initiative and referendum authority within the county, expand the number of commissioners serving on the board, choose to separate legislative and executive powers by electing a county executive, make elected officials nonpartisan or change some elected positions to appointed roles.County commissioners voted to move forward with a home rule charter after hearing from 25 individuals testifying on the matter. The vast majority of public comment was in favor of undertaking home rule, with 18 commenters saying they’d like commissioners to proceed.Several elected officials spoke in favor of a new county charter including state Sen. Ann Rivers, R-La Center, county Auditor Greg Kimsey, county Assessor Peter Van Nortwick and county Clerk Scott Weber, all Republicans. Former county commissioner Vern Veysey, also a Republican, also spoke in favor of home rule.last_img read more

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3 detained after reports of shots fired from car on Miami Beach

first_imgMIAMI BEACH, FLA. (WSVN) – Police detained three people after responding to reports of shots fired from a car, Wednesday night, in Miami Beach.Officers responded to the area of 41st Street and Indian Creek Drive, where a 911 caller had reported gunfire coming from a Mustang.Police later stopped a Mustang matching the description and found a gun in the car, officials said.Three people in the car were taken into custody, police said.No injuries were reported.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img

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Will never forgive Sadhvi Pragya for insulting Bapu says PM Modi

first_imgPrime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said that he will never be able to forgive the BJP candidate from Bhopal, Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur, for insulting Mahatma Gandhi. Sadhvi Pragya had praised Nathuram Godse, who assassinated Gandhi in New Delhi on January 30, 1948. Sadhvi Pragya had said that Godse was patriotic for assassinating Gandhi.”I will never be able to forgive Sadhvi Pragya for insulting Bapu,” PM Modi told News24Sadhvi Pragya, who is no stranger to controversy and making scandalous comments, had said on Thursday, “Nathuram Godse was a deshbhakt (patriot), is a ‘deshbhakt’ and will remain a ‘deshbhakt’. People calling him a terrorist should instead look within, such people will be given a fitting reply in the election.”The statement had elicited responses and rebuttals from all corners. Sadhvi Pragya had earlier said that 26/11 terror attack martyr Hemant Karkare deserved to die since he had tortured her when she was in custody over the 2008 Malegaon blast case.In addition to PM Modi slamming Sadhvi Pragya, the BJP has also suspended the media cell head of the BJP in Madhya Pradesh. When Sadhvi Pragya was inducted into the party, PM Modi had high words of praise for her. He had said that Sadhvi Pragya was “a symbolic answer to all those who falsely labelled the rich Hindu civilisation as a terrorist.”While Sadhvi Pragya apologised for her comments, she did not make matters better since many were still smarting from her statement. The BJP candidate from Bhopal had tweeted, “I apologise to the people of the country for my statements on Nathuram Godse. My statement was absolutely wrong. I have huge respect for the father of the nation, Mahatma Gandhi.”last_img read more

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Angela a First African tells her story in Jamestown but her faith

first_imgAdelle M. Banks AMBankstw Tags400th anniversary Angela First Africans homepage featured Jamestown slavery Slavery400 Top Story,You may also like By: Adelle M. Banks AMBankstw Adelle M. Banks Adelle M. Banks, production editor and a national reporter, joined RNS in 1995. An award-winning journalist, she previously was the religion reporter at the Orlando Sentinel and a reporter at The Providence Journal and newspapers in the upstate New York communities of Syracuse and Binghamton.,Load Comments,Montgomery, Ala., churches part of city’s 200-year history of slavery, civil rights Catholicism By: Adelle M. Banks AMBankstw Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email Share This! News • Photos of the Week Share This! Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email,This story is part of a Religion News Service series on slavery and religion published as Americans commemorate the 400th anniversary of the forced arrival of enslaved Africans in Virginia. The rest of the series can be found here.JAMESTOWN, Va. (RNS) — Wearing a yellow headwrap, gray skirt and soiled apron, a woman who says she is “called by the name of Angela” stood by the James River and told her story, one of faith and courage, darkness and hope.“Every day, I rise,” said interpreter Valarie Holmes in late March on her first day portraying an enslaved woman forcibly brought to Virginia 400 years ago. “And then I ask: ‘Great Spirit, speak to me and give order to my thoughts, my words, my hands, my feet this day.’”A group of dozens of visitors to Historic Jamestowne, the preserved site of the first permanent English settlement in the U.S., listened on the windswept banks of the river as Holmes spoke, including snippets of faith in her story.The presentation is just one of many ways Americans are commemorating the 400th anniversary of the arrival of “taken people,” as Holmes calls the first documented Africans who arrived against their will in Virginia.RELATED: Has the time come for America to atone for its original sin?About 12.5 million Africans were transported and sold during the trans-Atlantic slave trade from the 16th to the 19th centuries. More than 300,000 were shipped to the U.S., historians estimate. The 1860 U.S. Census recorded a U.S. slave population of close to 4 million. The Emancipation Proclamation officially freed some Southern slaves in 1863 but many blacks remained enslaved until 1865.Historic Jamestowne along the James River on March 30, 2019. RNS photo by Adelle M. BanksArchaeologists continue to work to find out more about the places where Angela and other enslaved people were brought and details of the lives they led.Holmes’ interpretation attempts to fill in the gaps even as she and scholars of this time in history say the specifics of Angela’s faith — and that of many other enslaved Africans brought to the U.S. — remain a mystery.But experts say that she was nevertheless a believer of some sort.“Angela, being someone who was taken from her homeland, having crossed oceans, being in a captive situation on strange land, displaced from everything that she knew — I would think, yes, she’s a woman of faith,” said Lauranett Lee, who moderated a recent scholarly conference titled “Faith Journeys in the Black Experience: 1619-2019” co-convened by Virginia Union University’s Samuel DeWitt Proctor School of Theology.Holmes depicts Angela as a Catholic. Some 20 percent of African slaves were Muslim, historians estimate. Others practiced local, traditional religions.RELATED: Rare autobiography of Muslim slave goes online via Library of Congress“There’s going to be a mix because even those who arrived here were not specifically from the same area, the same tribe,” added Lee, a University of Richmond lecturer and the founding curator of African-American history at the Virginia Historical Society. “They were caught up in kidnapping and slave-trading nets and the slavers themselves did not want too many individuals from the same group to be together because then they could communicate.”A copy of a 1625 list includes Angela, one of the first enslaved Africans to arrive in Virginia, at Historic Jamestowne on March 30, 2019. RNS photo by Adelle M. BanksIn Holmes’ 45-minute presentation, Angela spoke of Catholic priests who were among the “trespassers” in her homeland, the kingdom of Ndongo in what is now the west-central African country of Angola.She said she was grabbed, gagged and marched some 100 miles to a pen in the Portuguese slave port of Luanda. Later, she was taken to a ship where she was chained to other captured Africans.“All I kept hearing was ‘Bautista! Bautista’!” she said. “And I thought, John the Baptist! That cannot be good to go on a ship called John the Baptist!”The ship, the San Juan Bautista, was attacked in the Gulf of Mexico before it reached its original destination on the Mexican coast.About 60 Africans were robbed from the slave ship and transferred to two British pirate ships, according to Historic Jamestowne officials. The Treasurer, the ship that records show carried Angela, arrived a few days after the White Lion, in August 1619 in what is now known as Hampton, Va.Holmes’ first-person account of Angela’s life followed a First Africans Tour led by public historian Mark Summers across the green grass and brick foundations on the property. He noted that the first General Assembly and the arrival of the first Africans occurred within weeks of each other four centuries ago.Interpreter Valarie Holmes portrays Angela, one of the first enslaved Africans to arrive in Virginia, at Historic Jamestowne on March 30, 2019. RNS photo by Adelle M. BanksDuring the tour, he passed out a 1625 document that lists Angela as “Angelo” and as “a Negro woman” in the household of Captain William Pierce.“I think it’s a very spiritual thing to do, to recognize that you are where people were before, that something important happened there,” Summers said. “You get the point of view of people who didn’t always write down the story.”RELATED: Montgomery, Ala., churches part of city’s 200-year history of slavery, civil rightsThe lack of a written story means interpreters have to use “a lot of deduction” to describe how they think Angela may have lived or believed, said Summers.“I would argue if Angela’s name is Angela that tells us something: You have a Christian name,” he said in an interview about the name with “angel” at its root. “Now, is she already Christian or did the Portuguese convert her on the ship?”Few priests questioned the validity of such conversions, said Summers. Bishops in Africa and beyond were noted by others for not condemning the slave trade.“It would be very typical for the Catholic Portuguese to do mass conversions on the ships or at least attempt to baptize or convert,” Summers said. He noted that baptizers may have thought they were saving souls of the captives, many of whom would die in the Middle Passage as they traveled between Africa and the Americas.Public historian Mark Summers, right, leads a First Africans Tour at Historic Jamestowne on March 30, 2019, in Jamestowne, Va. RNS photo by Adelle M. BanksAnother scholar of Jamestown’s history, Chardé Reid, said there is not enough information to pinpoint Angela’s faith.RELATED: From New York to Alabama, blacks worshipped in own spaces before slavery’s end“Everybody had their different spiritual beliefs that they held onto,” said the William and Mary graduate student, including Catholicism and Bakongo, a local religion that included ancestor veneration and is still practiced in Angola today, or a mixture of those faiths.“I haven’t come across anything that describes her as being Christian or as holding a version of Bakongo religion.”Historian Lauranett Lee. Courtesy photoEven as archaeologists continue to explore whether artifacts of Angela’s life might be hidden beneath the grounds of Historic Jamestowne, Lee, a Richmond-based public historian, said they may well be found beyond the material culture of books and house foundations.Their history may show up, for instance, in vestiges of the “ring shout,” a worshipful dance used by slaves when they met in secret, or other religious expressions that contrast with traditional Anglican church practices “where you sit and you listen.”“I think what’s more timely, relevant, essential to look at are the traditions that the people could hold onto and the ways that they expressed their faith,” she said. “And how that faith continues and evolves in this new landscape despite the adversity and the cruel lives that they had to endure.” Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email Share This! Share This! By: Adelle M. 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Pokemon Lets Go PikachuEevee Is For Your Heart Not Your Brain

first_img Although my opinions of these two franchises are pretty much polar opposites, I thought a lot about Monster Hunter World while playing Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Pokemon Let’s Go Eevee. And not just because both games are about battling monsters and have weirdly horrifying live-action movies on the horizon. These are both very popular, very long-running, very Japanese franchises that had had built up all this cruft over years of layering more and more ancillary systems onto the same core mechanics. But these most recent entries both use a bold change in technology, Monster Hunter on current-gen consoles and Pokemon for the first time on a home console the Nintendo Switch, as a perfect excuse to experiment in streamlining some of those distractions.Veterans may scoff at the relative simplicity and more modest amount of content, but the added accessibility pays off. And since we’re talking about Pokemon here, by getting away from the hardcore minutiae the franchise somehow acquired, you can really zero in on the everlasting appeal at the center of the series (very much targeted at children!) going on for over twenty years. Accept that Pokemon Let’s Go is for your heart, not your brain, and you’ll love it.It starts with the setting. In one of several ways Pokemon Let’s Go successfully learns from Pokemon Go’s smash mainstream success, the game is set in the Kanto region and features the original 151 Pokemon (plus Alolan forms and newcomer nut boi Meltan). It feels weird having nostalgia for something that really didn’t go away, but people just have more an emotional connection to Bulbasur and Charizard and than they do to talking trash bags or a set of living keys.But it’s deeper than that. Let’s Go is also an HD polygonal remake of Pokemon Yellow, a special version of the original Pokemon Red and Blue with added anime references like Jesse and James from Team Rocket. Mechanically, this allows for fun features like a reason for your partner Pokemon to ride on your shoulder before you groom it in an adorable heartwarming touch screen minigame. But is also adds to the nostalgia considering how many people fell in love with Pokemon on TV and not just their Game Boys.The revamped visuals are surprisingly pleasing, better than what I was expecting for Game Freak’s first console Pokemon game. The monster models are a bit simplistic, but the game gets a lot of mileage out soft focus with light beams coming through the forests and dramatic depth of field effects in battles. And we just mentioned it, but it must be stressed how freaking cute Pikachu/Eevee is when you pet it. The animations and sound effects when it’s unhappy will send you racing to the ends of the Earth to make things right. There’s even an argument to be made the visuals are too good. You lose a little going from the charming imaginative abstraction of primitive Game Boy graphics to Extremely Official Depictions of Pokemon ™.The modest visuals end up feeling correct though because the original Pokemon formula is also, as you might expect, more modest than your childhood memories suggest. Towns and routes are similar, even with the jaunty orchestra remixes of background songs. Gyms aren’t that elaborate, although they do a better job of making sure players are ready before they come in. Sparse big set piece moments include getting tickets for a boat, finding a mall, walking up a tower of ghosts or maybe not, and finding a elemental bird in a cave.Even at the time Pokemon was a Trojan Horse to trick kids into getting onboard with a very classic style of JRPG. And today the style wavers between “timeless” and “ancient” especially since just the sheer novelty of finding and catching Pokemon isn’t the same as it was at the time. But I didn’t find any of this to be a problem, just quaint. And as always there’s also the very real chance this will be someone’s first Pokemon game, which means this will all be new and novel to them, not you. That’s okay! It’s great!Pokemon Let’s Go’s most controversial element however is how it tries to find its own new novelty in catching Pokemon. You no longer battle wild Pokemon. You just throw Poke Balls to capture them all like in Pokemon Go. It’s less involved than a full-fledged turn-based battle, but there’s some finesse to this system. You have to pay attention to how Pokemon move and the timing of the shrinking circle. You can adjust your odds with more powerful balls or calming candies. And you have to aim correctly either throwing with one Joy-Con toward the TV or moving the Switch itself and pressing a button in handheld mode, like AR but without the magic of seeing Pokemon in a real location.I came around on this system pretty fast. First off, Pokemon Let’s Go is way more of a lengthy real game than audiences give it credit for. It really is a full remake of Yellow, and if anything there are more traditional battles against trainers, including new post-game Master Trainers, to compensate for no longer battling wild creatures (although capturing still earns group experience).I couldn’t connect to Pokemon Go over most of this review period, but the game is complete enough to not make me feel like I was missing out strictly catching in-game creatures. And if anything, the radical difference in mechanics between catching and fighting keeps each half of the gameplay from getting too repetitive. Even Pokemon you catch but don’t want are useful as Professor Oak will exchange them for stat-boosting candy to make the Pokemon you do care about stronger faster.I will say the Poke Ball Plus controller could be a bit better. It’s very small even for a kid. I love the way it rumbles and lights up and makes noises in sync with the game, but using it to actually navigate the game can cause trouble. The analog stick is tiny and with only one other button you have to press it in a lot, accidentally causing the stick to move and select the wrong thing at the last second. Plus it’s so round and uniform it’s tough to keep yourself centered, something that might’ve been fixed with an arcade-style square gate. While playing on TV I preferred to use two Joy-Con for some faux multiplayer, increasing my capture potential and bringing in two Pokemon to every fight.I don’t hate the idea of a serious, competitive, hardcore Pokemon scene. Yeah all the talk of EVs and IVs and stats and breeding gets a little too close to the weird eugenics cockfighting angle every hot take on this series moans about. But it’s cool to see people really think about and get good at something they clearly care for deeply. I’m glad the Secret Techniques in this game won’t force those people to designate a new HM mule. My beef has never been with those people, just their belief that this high-level stuff is what matters about Pokemon.Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu/Eevee is what matters about Pokemon. If not for the smartphone component, this is the mainline bridge Pokemon game Nintendo could’ve made for the Wii and its Blue Ocean philosophy.Seeing a huge Onix unexpectedly pop in tall grass (thanks to no more random battles), excitedly rushing towards it, cursing as my Poke Ball missed, holding my breath as the monster struggled in the ball, cheering when I caught it, riding it south on the overworld, and immediately using it to mop the floor with a trainer using fire type is way closer to the enduring fun of Pokemon than most of the slight iterations trotted out like true changes in “real” Pokemon games over the years.I do hope 2019’s core Pokemon game somehow gives casual and hardcore players alike the accessible yet deep game they want. But Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu/Eevee works because it brings things back to basics, not in spite of it.Purchase Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu Mint-Condition Set of Pokemon Cards Sold For $107KNew Trailer ‘Pokemon Sword and Shield’ Reveals Team Yell Punks Stay on targetcenter_img 1) A ghostly, tendril-covered orb kidnaps children it tricks into thinking it’s a toy1/10Dark Souls or Pokémon? Pokémon. Meet Drifloon, the ghost/flying type Balloon Pokémon. Its Pokédex entry from Pokémon Y says, “These Pokémon are called the ‘Signpost for Wandering Spirits.’ Children holding them sometimes vanish.”<><>last_img read more

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Unraveling art and history

first_imgBe ready to be walk through the walls of Indian history this Summer as the Pran Sabharwal Foundation (PSF) is organizing an exhibition displaying around 300 artworks on lithographs, wood engravings, steel plate engravings and other canvases, from colonial Indian times by artists such as William and Thomas Daniell, Solvyn, Mortimer Menpes and Dottor Ferrario at 1AQ on Mehrauli Road in the Capital from April 25 to May 17.The Foundation, which strives to utilize art as a medium to highlight social issues, has yet again brought forth an exhibition capturing the close ties that art, history, culture and tradition. It will certainly be difficult to find out if man’s quest for great art helped in digging out history or if man’s interest in knowing his past helped in discovering great art. Since time immemorial, art and history have been woven together like silk and gold, coexisting and bringing beauty and meaning to one another.   Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Works of art till date help in understanding the culture and lives of people of the time that they originate from and what we know of history helps us understand the significance of a particular piece of art, based on its times.William and Thomas Daniell, Solvyn, Mortimer Menpes, Dottor Ferrario and many other artists accurately captured various Indian elements such as monuments, gods and goddesses, ways of worship, their observations of traditions and culture, glimpses from daily colonial life, various flora and fauna, starting from early nineteenth century, on lithographs, hand-colored lithographs, wood engravings and steel plate engravings. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixIt is interesting to note that the tradition and culture of India depicted in these works of art, more or less remain the same even after about 200 years. The monuments that are seen in these works are also very close to the original monuments that are present till date, telling us volumes about the effort that has gone into preserving them over a couple of centuries or even more.These works, which were mainly done by British artists, represent India from a colonial point of view. The work of the common  people, or a day-to-day setting depicts the colony that India was all those years ago and it helps in understanding the traditions colonialism has given birth to and how they’ve been carried forward. Through its dedication to promote art and highlight issues, Pran Sabharwal Foundation, is making a change in the lives of the underprivileged and disadvantaged- specially women. It had earlier hosted a play Ji Jaisi Aapki Marzi, by Nadira Babbar, which focused on the plight of women in India. The play covered issues such as female foeticide, discrimination and gender inequality. PSF also partnered with National Commission for Women (NCW) and Amar Ujala Foundation to host the first-ever national symposium on empowerment of acid attack survivors, inaugurated by the Home Minister of India Rajnath Singh, in February 2015.There could not have be a better place to organize this prestigious exhibition of art, history and culture than Delhi’s very own creatively inspiring space 1AQ. Located near the tall embodiment of history that is Qutub Minar, 1AQ is a forerunner in encouraging contemporary arts, visual arts, performing arts, with huge spaces to provide the perfect platform and the right intent to hold such culturally rich exhibitions. Where: 1AQ, Qutab Minar Roundabout, Mehrauli RoadWhen: April 25 to May 17last_img read more

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Trouble Scaling Examine How You Approach Digital Transformation

first_img Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right. 4 min read Register Now » Innovation pays off — and if you’re not regularly investing in it, your company’s growth may be suffering. Seamless collaboration and automation yield bigger savings, greater operational efficiency, more strategically aligned decisions and, ultimately, better business outcomes. In today’s digital world, the only way to achieve this is through innovative technology. While effective technology is the clear way of the future (and indeed, the future is now), many organizations still aren’t up to speed. In fact, new research from Harvard Business Review Analytics Services (HBR), in partnership with Scout RFP, found that a large number of companies are lagging in the use of advanced digital technologies for non-customer-facing operating activities. One of the most prominent areas where digital transformation lacks is sourcing and procurement — which is especially problematic due to increased pressure on businesses to increase efficiency, strategic thinking and collaboration.Related: 6 Must-Have Tech Tools to Close More SalesOrganizations that have yet to prioritize digital transformation are hobbling their success and hindering their scaling efforts. A sourcing executive interviewed for HBR’s research paper drove home the crucial contributions of technology: “At a company growing as quickly as ours, technology has been essential to our ability to scale. We needed to scale up without asking for a huge investment, which meant we needed to automate.” Greg Tennyson, CPO of VSP Global, echoed this sentiment: “Automation allows all parties to get things done as quickly as possible without a lot of fanfare or oversight.”So, this begs the question: Why aren’t businesses adopting technology to automate critical business functions as quickly as they should?Related: 4 Ways Technology Improves the Human Resources (and Human) ExperienceTop reasons, according to HBR research, include the inability to experiment quickly, legacy systems, the inability to work across silos, a risk-averse culture and a lack of corporate vision for digital. Take a 1-2-3 approach to mitigate these roadblocks:Appreciate: Understand how the right technology can transform your business — and all the benefits it can unleash.Educate: Shift the mindset of your company — all the way up to the top executive level — to one that embraces and paves the way for a digital transformation.Automate: Research your options and select the technology that makes most sense for you. Ensure high adoption rates through a comprehensive adoption process.Owens Corning, a global manufacturer of insulation, roofing and fiberglass composites, took this approach. As Gregg Focht, global indirect sourcing operations leader, noted in HBR’s research paper, “It’s our annual ritual to establish goals for value creation. They’re generally stretch goals, and we’re constantly looking for new and creative ways to meet them.” For the sourcing team, this entailed finding a technology that could meet their needs. “Because our team is global, we needed an easier way to collaborate, a way the older legacy systems could not provide. To address this disconnect, we adopted an automated and cloud-based solution so that the team, the business and suppliers could collaborate in real time.”Related: Why Fintech Startups Need Smart AnalyticsFor Owens Corning, these efforts paid off handsomely. In 2016, the sourcing team contributed millions of dollars of hard savings, which helped helped the company achieve record levels of adjusted EBIT and free cash flow.This is just one example of how the digital transformation can impact companies of all sizes and, ultimately, lead to better outcomes and a bigger business impact. Ready to embrace the potential of effective technology in your own organization? It’s as simple as 1-2-3. Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goals Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. July 14, 2017last_img read more

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Expect to pay more dough for bread

first_imgA visit to a small local bakery yesterday (Monday) highlighted the plight of the ‘little guy’, with an official notice in the window indicating that the price of bread had gone up. Now this has nothing to do with the national tariff increases on wheat, as yet, but a desperate measure from a smaller bakery to survive the economic crunch.A fresh, locally-baked 700g loaf of white or brown bread went up from R5 to R6. This is still way below the costs of bread in supermarkets, who charge anything from R9 to R13 for a loaf of bread, but still a singularly large increase in its own right..With the Treasury Department increasing the import duties of wheat products from R911.20 to R1224.31 per ton, it is expected that the bigger bread producers will pass the increase on to consumers, with the cost of cereal and bread increasing by anything from 90 cents to R1.60.The bakery in question had absorbed 5 local wheat price hikes in the last year before finally passing the price hike on to consumers.According to national statistics, the price of a loaf of white bread produced by large national bakeries (700g) increased from R11.88 in November to R11.90 in December 2015. By February, a loaf of white bread was R12.39. WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite These increases happened when the price of international wheat had been steadily decreasing! So, to blame the tariff increase for the rise in bread prices makes no sense.DID YOU KNOW?Click on the words highlighted in red to read more on this and related topics.If you are reading this on your cellphone and there are telephone numbers provided in the text, you can call these simply by clicking on them.To receive news links via WhatsApp.For the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter  why not join us there?last_img read more

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Hilton Sydney takes home Culinary Cup

first_imgHilton Sydney takes home Culinary CupHilton Sydney celebrated a night of extraordinary hospitality talent at the 2018 Food and Beverage Masters with Hilton Sydney’s Chef De Partie William Lee awarded the prestigious Culinary Cup on Wednesday 24 January.An esteemed annual initiative launched by Hilton Worldwide in 2011, the Food & Beverage Masters is designed to allow team members to develop and discover their talents within the food and beverage realms of wine knowledge, culinary, barista and bar.This year, thirty-seven finalists from Hilton properties across Australasia attended the Food & Beverage Masters at Hilton Brisbane and were given the opportunity to showcase their unique skill set after being put through their paces by a panel of judges.Pairing his inspiration with the ocean and his outstanding culinary experience, William says, “I am honored to receive this outstanding award and to continue to grow my career at Hilton Sydney. It is an outstanding achievement to be recognised by industry leaders and within the Hilton family.“I transferred the sensation of the ocean onto a plate by incorporating creamy textures and fresh seafood flavours. To enhance this experience, I also combined crispy textures and smoky flavours with the subtlety of the steamed fish flavours,” Lee says.The Culinary Cup was awarded by an industry judging panel including Stokehouse Brisbane executive chef Richard Ousby and Electrolux Ambassador Sean Connolly. On behalf of prize sponsors Electrolux Professional Australia and Stoddart Australia, William will attend the Worldchefs Congress in Kuala Lumpur before flying to Pordenone, Italy for a once-in-a-lifetime experience at the Electrolux Centre of Excellence.In the spirit of cultivating outstanding culinary talent, Ronald van Weezel, General Manager of Hilton Sydney says,“Hilton Hotels are known for excelling in culinary and beverage experiences, it’s part of our heritage. The only way to maintain this reputation is to constantly encourage our teams to develop their skills, their creativity and their want to evolve and grow.”“The Food and Beverage Masters is a way for us to identify talent and encourage our teams to do just that. Our commitment to career development does not end after the competition. It is an ongoing focus – and will remain an ongoing focus across Hilton Worldwide.”The program is strongly supported by managers who are dedicated to giving their time and skills to assist participants in their preparation. This enables managers to benefit from further developing their own leadership skills through applying a range of coaching techniques that will in turn ignite their own passion for developing others and seeing their team members succeed.Source = Hilton Sydneylast_img read more

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Korea Tourism introduces new tour programmes to lure travellers

first_imgKorea Tourism Organisation has launched two new tour programmes which is also a special surprise for the Marvel Film fans.The Marvel’s Film fans can now enjoy an on-location vacation. Out of the nine sites, where the second sequel of Avengers: Age of Ultron has been shot in Seoul, there are three sites, which have been chosen to form a tour programme.The research facilities of Dr Helen Cho, played by actress (Soo Hyun) Claudia Kim, and her team, is actually the Hyosung’s Some Sevit. A set of three artificial islands floating on Hangang River, in Seoul. This is becoming a popular landmark in Korea, all thanks to its appearance in Avengers 2.Gavit is a convention hall for MICE events, a cafe, an Italian restaurant and a pub. Chavit is the live buffet restaurant which offers over 160 varieties of dishes. Solvit has water sports and other leisure facilities for a lively time by the Hangang River and Yevit is a Media Art Gallery with LED screen and water stage for riverside performances and events.The New MBC Sangam HQ was in the background when Quinjet, a transportation vessel used by the Avengers, was flying through Seoul. Sitting along many other media companies, MBC is a landmark in this media town and an integrated entertainment complex that boasts of an extravagant exterior.Highlighting a hi-tech image, the large sculpture situated in front of the building is a unique spectacle that attracts many visitors. The area is also surrounded by a number of parks and a bustling business district.Mullae-dong, a town which was originally known for its manufacturing and selling of steel goods, has now transformed into an artistic playground, attracting many photographers clicking away at the unique artworks and creative pieces put on display. Artists working with steel as well as leather, wood and other materials operate open studios and frequently hold culture and arts exhibitions for all visitors to enjoy.For those who like history and culture, the National Museum of Korean Contemporary History, located in Seoul, will be the best fit. It is the first national museum to offer exhibitions and education programmes on modern and contemporary history of Korea.According to Byungsun Lee, Director, Korea Tourism Organisation-India, “Korea is getting the limelight as an attractive shooting destination to the world famous film producers. I believe unique locations exposed to box office films like Avengers could provide diverse tourism offerings to people who would like to visit Korea.”last_img read more

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first_img When Cardinals offensive lineman Evan Mathis suffered a season-ending ankle injury, he immediately began thinking — and speaking — about the likelihood of retirement.He’s holding that expectation after the 2016 season has ended. Mathis just doesn’t know how to go about it. The veteran went to Twitter to announce his retirement … by asking how to announce it. Notably, safety Tony Jefferson pointed out that Mathis claimed earlier this year that he would only forgo retirement if a team let him shift to play as a third-down pass rusher. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Top Stories How do I announce my retirement?— Evan Mathis (@EvanMathis69) January 3, 2017A few of Mathis’ Arizona teammates offered their thoughts on Mathis’ request. On the slopes of telluride RT @EvanMathis69:— Earl Watford (@EWatts78) January 3, 2017The 35-year-old Mathis signed with the Cardinals after winning a Super Bowl last year with the Denver Broncos. Mathis began the year as the starting right guard for an offensive line that suffered three season-ending injuries to the first-year Cardinal Mathis, starting left tackle Jared Veldheer and backup right tackle Ulrick John.Mathis played in Week 1, 2, 4 and part of Week 5. The 12-year veteran has two Pro Bowl appearances and one First-Team All-Pro selection on his resume. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelocenter_img Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling 0 Comments   Share   Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires just say you had no offers for defensive end.. which is bs because you’re a beast— Tony Jefferson (@_tonyjefferson) January 3, 2017 Arizona Cardinals guard Evan Mathis (69) is helped off the field after an injury against the New England Patriots during the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Sept. 11, 2016, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri)last_img read more

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first_img NEW YORK — W.S. Merwin, a prolific and versatile master of modern poetry who evolved through a wide range of styles as he celebrated nature, condemned war and industrialism and reached for the elusive past, died Friday. He was 91.A Pulitzer Prize winner and former U.S. poet laureate, Merwin completed more than 20 books, from early works inspired by myths and legends to angry protests against environmental destruction and the conflict in Vietnam to late meditations on age and time.He wrote rhymes and blank verse, a brief report on the month of January and a book-length story in verse about colonialism and the birth of modern Hawaii. Like his hero, Henry David Thoreau, he was inspired equally by reverence for the planet and anger against injustice.He died in his sleep at his home on the Hawaiian island of Maui, according to publisher Copper Canyon Press and the Merwin Conservancy, which the poet founded.“He is an artist with a very clear spiritual profile, and intellectual and moral consistency, which encompasses both his work and his life,” fellow poet Edward Hirsch once said of him.Merwin received virtually every honour a poet could ask for — more, it turned out, than he desired. In protest of the Vietnam War, he declined a Pulitzer in 1971 for “The Carrier of Ladders,” saying he was “too conscious of being an American to accept public congratulation with good grace, or to welcome it except as an occasion for expressing openly a shame which many Americans feel.”William Stanley Merwin was born in New York City in 1927. He soon moved to Union City, New Jersey, living for years on a street now called “W.S. Merwin Way,” then to Scranton, Pennsylvania.In a long, autobiographical poem, “Testimony,” he remembered his father as a weary, disappointed man, subsisting on “pinched salaries” and “travelling sick with some nameless illuminating ill.” His mother was orphaned early in life and grieved again when her baby, a boy she meant to name after her father, died “when he had scarcely wakened.”In a household as grim as an abandoned parking lot, the way out was pointed by words, which seemed to float around Merwin like magic bubbles. He would try to memorize scripture he heard his father recite and fairy tales his mother told him. By age 13, he was already composing hymns.He received a scholarship from Princeton University, becoming the first family member to attend college, and began meeting some of the great poets of the present and future. Galway Kinnell was a classmate at Princeton and John Berryman a teacher.After graduating, he lived in Spain and tutored the son of Robert Graves. In London, he became friends with Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes and remained close through the collapse of their marriage and Plath’s suicide, in 1963. Merwin’s then-wife, Dido Merwin, would allege that Plath had a crush on him.Merwin’s promise was obvious. His first collection, “A Mask for Janus,” was selected by W.H. Auden for the coveted Yale Series of Younger Poets competition and was published in 1952. Throughout the 1950s, he wrote poems and plays, including a verse production of “Rumpelstiltskin.”Times spent in Boston with Robert Lowell convinced him to concentrate on poetry, and by the end of the decade, he was regarded as a highly talented artist immersed in Old English literature, his verse likened by The New York Times to “a broad river flowing through peaceful land.”By the early 1960s, he was marching against nuclear weapons and throwing off the rules of grammar, inspired by his “growing sense that punctuation alluded to an assumed allegiance to the rational protocol of written language.”Meanwhile, Vietnam and urbanization darkened his vision. “I/can hear the blood crawling over the plains,” he wrote in “The Child.” In “The Crust,” the downfall of a tree is a metaphor for the severing of civilization:and with the treewent all the lives in itthat slept in it ate in itmet in it believed in itIn the 1970s, he settled permanently in Hawaii and studied under the Zen Buddhist master Robert Aitken. Divorced years earlier from Dorothy Jeanne Ferry and from Dido Milroy, he married his third wife, Paula Schwartz, in a Buddhist ceremony in 1983. She died in 2017.Merwin’s work became sparer, rooted in the Hawaiian landscape and his personal past — how it’s often forgotten, how it’s never understood at the moment it’s lived, how words themselves were imperfect bridges to lost time.Hillel Italie, The Associated Press by Hillel Italie, The Associated Press Posted Mar 15, 2019 4:22 pm PDT W.S. Merwin, prize-winning poet of nature, dies at 91center_img AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Emaillast_img read more

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Kedipes generates €101 million

first_imgThe state-owned Cyprus Asset Management Company (Kedipes), which was established following the sale of the former Cyprus Cooperative Bank to Hellenic Bank, generated an income of over €101 million in its first four months of operation, it announced on Tuesday.Kedipes was established as a 100 per cent subsidiary of the Coop bank to manage the non-performing loans, real estate and other assets amounting to €8.2 billion that were not part of the transfer to Hellenic Bank, among which were non-performing loans amounting to €7.4 billion.By 31 December, 2018, Kedipes generated a total of €101.3m from the management of the assets, it said on Tuesday.You May LikeLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoYahoo SearchYou’ve Never Seen Luxury Like This On A Cruise Ship. Search Luxury Mediterranean CruisesYahoo SearchUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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