United Kingdom Home Secretary Sajid Javid on Monday approved the extradition request by Indian authorities and signed extradition papers to bring businessman Vijay Mallya back to India. Mallya can, however, appeal in the court within 14 days.Read it at Times Now Related Items
New Delhi, Aug 8 (PTI) Sneha Soren and Jeremy Lalrinnunga were today picked to represent the Indian weightlifting team in the 3rd Youth Olympic Games, scheduled to be held in Buenos Aires from October 6-13. In the Argentine capital, Lalrinnunga will compete in the 62kg youth boys category, while Soren will participate in 48kg youth girls. In the trials, Lalrinnunga lifted a total of 273 kg and created two youth and junior national records in snatch (126kg), while equalling the snatch record in the senior section. Soren lifted 154kg (67 + 87) while creating a youth national snatch record and equalling the national record of 154 in total. In April, Lalrinnunga (56 kg) had broken two national records to win a silver and a bronze medal at the Asian Youth and Junior Weightlifting Championship at Urgench, Uzbekistan. The trials were conducted at the Sports Authority of India (SAI) campus in Patiala. In the Asian meet, Lalrinnunga had registered his best total of 250 kg to win the silver in youth section and a bronze medal in the junior section. PTI AH AH
The Manual Spirit Awards 2019: Redux Learning About Finger Wrestling, Mountain Cheese, and More Fun from Germany To start, you’re going to need somewhere to stay, and for most,that means the Las Vegas Strip. There are, however, plenty of off-strip options, such as The Palms, where you can do everything from party under the stars at the hotel’s rooftop nightclub to enjoying Wagyu beef at one of the fine dining restaurants on property to sipping a cocktail that comes in a box at the hotel’s cocktail bar.You’ll also learn about one of the shining stories of the past few months—the Las Vegas Golden Knights— and their improbable run to the NHL Stanley Cup Final.Finally, the crew breaks down where you can find a good drink both on and off the strip, including one option that blew at least half of the group’s minds.Further ReadingGin-Sanity: How to Build the Largest Gin Collection in Las VegasSippin’ in Sin City: 4 Best Beer Bars in Las VegasLive Like Jason Statham at Vegas’ VORE Adrenaline Compound Learning All About Aquavit with Christian Krogstad A Rev-ealing Conversation About IndyCar Racing with Takuma Sato What new bourbon are we pumped about? Which hiking trail are we exploring? Why is the next supercar so cool? The Manual is dedicated to helping men live a more engaged life. Each week, our editors and guests get together for a round-table discussion about what’s new, exciting, and unique in the men’s lifestyle world. So pop open your favorite brew, step into your man cave, and start streaming.For this week’s episode of Beards, Booze, and Bacon: The Manual Podcast, the round-table — Food and Drink Editor, Sam Slaughter; Associate Editor of Lifestyle, Chase McPeak; Special Guest, Spirits Writer Pat Evans; and host Greg Nibler discuss their favorite places to stay, eat, and play in Sin City. Editors’ Recommendations Understanding Diets and Dieting with Shawn Wells
This will precede phase-two implementation of the system, targeting 16 additional MDAs over an 18-month period, beginning in July. Implementation of MyHR+ will enable public officers to access payroll records; revise personal information, such as changes in home address; access information on vacation and other categories of leave entitlements; and simplify and accelerate the pension application and payment process, among other features. PSTP is being spearheaded by the Transformation Implementation Unit (TIU). Story Highlights The human resource records in some 30 ministries, departments and agencies (MDAs) are expected to be uploaded on the new MyHR+ digital data system by January 2021.Finance and the Public Service Minister, Dr. the Hon. Nigel Clarke, made the disclosure while providing an update on the Government’s Public Sector Transformation Programme (PSTP) at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston on Thursday (February 7),He said the Jamaica Constabulary Force and Tax Administration Jamaica are being targeted for transition to MyHR+ by March 2019.This will precede phase-two implementation of the system, targeting 16 additional MDAs over an 18-month period, beginning in July.They will add to the 12 MDAs that are currently using MyHR+. They are the Office of the Prime Minister; Cabinet Office; Ministry of Finance and the Public Service; Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries; National Housing Trust; Office of the Services Commission; Jamaica Customs Agency; Passport, Immigration and Citizenship Agency; Transport Authority; Aeronautical Telecommunications Limited; Accountant General’s Department: and e-Gov Limited.“The project team is now assessing entities that want to be in that second phase,” the Minister said.Full deployment of the system across government will transform manual human resource management operations, resulting in the digitisation of approximately 100,000 public sector officers’ HR records.Implementation of MyHR+ will enable public officers to access payroll records; revise personal information, such as changes in home address; access information on vacation and other categories of leave entitlements; and simplify and accelerate the pension application and payment process, among other features.Dr. Clarke emphasised that this component of the PSTP is a “priority pillar”, and represents “material progress” in the thrust to improve service delivery across government.“We need the support of everyone to ensure that phase-two implementation of MyHR+ can be done successfully and on time,” he added.PSTP is being spearheaded by the Transformation Implementation Unit (TIU).
In that regard, the Prime Minister revealed that the commissioned strategic review of the NHT is now complete. He said the Government is eager to debate the report in Parliament. Prime Minister Andrew Holness has committed that the Government will debate the future of the National Housing Trust (NHT) in Parliament before the end of the year. Prime Minister Andrew Holness has committed that the Government will debate the future of the National Housing Trust (NHT) in Parliament before the end of the year.Prime Minister Holness made the announcement today (Wednesday, October 3) at the Groundbreaking Ceremony for the Maxfield Park Housing Project in East Central St. Andrew. According to the Prime Minister, in its present form, the NHT may need some reforms to meet current needs.In that regard, the Prime Minister revealed that the commissioned strategic review of the NHT is now complete. He said the Government is eager to debate the report in Parliament.“I want to make that commitment and make that announcement that we (Government) will debate the report in Parliament and make some decisions thereafter as to what will be the reform of NHT,” said Prime Minister Holness.A strategic review of the NHT was commissioned in 2017 by Prime Minister Holness with the objective of accessing the operations of the NHT with a view to making improvements.Prime Minister Holness said the Opposition is being asked to support the debate in Parliament.“That report has in it many proposals as to how we can reform the NHT so that it can both support the national agenda items such as the economic programmes and also how to expand its true mandate which is to increase homeownership in Jamaica,” explained Prime Minister Holness.In the meantime, Prime Minister Holness said the Government is committed to giving every citizen the opportunity to homeownership.“It is the most heartwarming experience when somebody realizes that they have now the key to their own home and I want to give that experience to all Jamaicans,” stated Prime Minister Holness.Addressing the matter of development in the country, the Prime Minister said he will not allow Jamaica to descend into chaos as a result of improper planning.“The Government of Jamaica will not sit by and allow the country to descend into chaos, whether it is chaos into development or chaos in public order or chaos in crime. The government of Jamaica is taking a proactive, instrumental and deliberate approach to intervene in the development of communities to ensure that the development is orderly, is peaceful but more importantly it is equitable and accessible,” said Prime Minister Holness.Approximately 210 housing solutions will be built on Ricketts Crescent on over six acres of land in the Maxfield Avenue area. The constituency is represented by Opposition Leader Dr. Peter Phillips. Story Highlights Prime Minister Holness made the announcement today (Wednesday, October 3) at the Groundbreaking Ceremony for the Maxfield Park Housing Project in East Central St. Andrew. According to the Prime Minister, in its present form, the NHT may need some reforms to meet current needs.
Seoul: India is a big aviation market and Air India provides the important domestic network for our members but opportunities in the market are narrowing with Jet Airways being non-operational, Star Alliance CEO Jeffrey Goh said Sunday. Star Alliance is a grouping of 28 airlines, including Air India, which became a member in July 2014. Emphasising that Air India is an important representation for the alliance in the Indian sub-continent, Goh said the airline provides very important domestic network for its members to connect into. Also Read – SC declines Oil Min request to stay sharing of documents “Indian market is a big market and is a very fast growing market… clearly things are changing very fast in the Indian market in connection with what has happened with Jet Airways. I think certainly to that degree possible, it will help (that)… Air India will have higher capacity and better yields because there is less capacity in the market,” he said here. Full service carrier Jet Airways, which had a significant number of international flights, temporarily suspended operations in April after running out of cash. Also Read – World suffering ‘synchronized slowdown’, says new IMF chief To a query on whether there could be a second Indian carrier such as low cost carrier IndiGo as a Star Alliance member, Goh said the grouping is positioned for having a full member as well as a connecting partner model. “We also have the ability to integrate less traditional airlines whether they are hybrid, regional or low cost airlines. We are positioned to address both the situations. We are not closed for business, whether an airline in India is interested in full membership or connecting partner model. It is more a question of value proposition that you can bring to the network,” he said. Talking on the sidelines of an IATA (International Air Transport Association) event here, he stressed that an airline should prove its business case if it has to be a member or connecting partner. “The challenge obviously is that there is IndiGo but in the Indian market there isn’t such a credible portfolio of opportunities with Jet Airways not operating anymore… The market is narrowing in terms of opportunities but we are going to be convinced that if we have a member or another connecting partner they are bringing something that Air India doesn’t. “At this time, how fast the Indian aviation market is going to grow… We have got to be mindful how that market is trending and not integrate a member just for the sake of integrating,” he said. IndiGo is India’s largest domestic airline with a market share of nearly 50 per cent. Star Alliance was founded in 1997, with the aim to offer worldwide reach, recognition and seamless service to international travellers.
TORONTO — The much-anticipated child of Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, has arrived, igniting a flurry of baby fever and speculation on all manner of royal gossip.Questions abound for crown watchers and celebrity fiends: When will we see pictures of the baby? Who will his godparents be? What country will the new family visit first? Will Meghan ever get to enjoy Mother’s Day with her son’s birthday so close to her special day? Does England even celebrate Mother’s Day?For some of these and other pressing matters, The Canadian Press turned to monarchy experts to weigh in. Here’s what they said: ONE OF MEGHAN’S BESTIES IS CANADIAN STYLIST JESSICA MULRONEY, CAN SHE BE THE BABY’S GODMOTHER?It’s pretty much a certainty this child will be baptized in the Church of England, although plans have yet to be announced. Royal watcher and author Katie Nicholl suspects that will occur this summer at the historic St. George’s chapel at Windsor Castle, where Harry and Meghan wed in May 2018.She also believes Mulroney has a good shot at participating, after playing a key behind-the-scenes role at the wedding, which featured the Mulroney children as a bridesmaid and groomsmen.“I think it’ll be a mixture of some family and friends and Jessica is clearly at the top of the list,” Nicholl, author of “Harry and Meghan: Life, Loss, and Love,” said from Windsor, England. “I think there’s every chance that we could see Jessica as godmother.”Whether she meets the church’s requirements is another matter, since godparents are required to be baptized and ideally, confirmed Christians. Mulroney is a member of one of Montreal’s most established Jewish families, the Brownsteins, and wed TV personality Ben Mulroney in a Montreal ceremony that blended both Catholic and Jewish elements. Nevertheless, Nicholl suggests this rule may not be uniformly enforced across all parishes, if the godparent is willing to swear to certain Church of England vows.“Even if she’s not a godmother, she’s going to be a part of this child’s upbringing. You know the children will be close and Jessica has been a great friend to Meghan and also to Harry.” DO THE ROYALS CELEBRATE MOTHER’S DAY?Mother’s Day is this Sunday in Canada and the United States, but not so in England. Over there, mothers are feted on Mothering Sunday, which takes place on the fourth Sunday of Lent and three weeks before Easter Sunday, typically in late March. The next Mothering Sunday is set for March 22, 2020.But that’s not to say that Meghan can’t also mark Mother’s Day this weekend, says MacKenzie, noting that Meghan’s mother, Doria Ragland, reportedly arrived to stay with the royal couple in the days leading up to the birth.“Her mother, of course, is with her at Frogmore House so I suspect that they’ll be marking that in their own way,” says MacKenzie. “It’s a very special time of year, of course, for a baby to come along and for that child to be with his mother and grandmother. So I suspect there’ll be some American traditions sprinkled in this weekend.” ARE THE ROYALS ALSO CANADIAN CITIZENS? WILL THIS BABY BE PART CANADIAN?Prince Harry, of course, is a senior member of Canada’s royal family but does not actually hold Canadian citizenship. Nor does he hold citizenship for any other Commonwealth nation, says Barry MacKenzie of the Monarchist League of Canada. He says all members of the royal family are British, save for the Queen, who technically does not have any citizenship and does not travel with a passport — because passports are issued in her name.“And of course Prince Charles will eventually, when he becomes king, also not really have a citizenship,” he notes. “It’s sort of a strange sort of phenomenon.”However, the baby’s California-born mother may apply for U.S. citizenship on the child’s behalf, according to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration website. Cassandra Szklarski, The Canadian Press
Toronto’s Music Gallery has announced that they are being forced to temporarily vacate from 197 John St, a home they have leased from the Church of St. George the Martyr for over 17 years.The interdisciplinary arts venue was given notice on April 20 that construction on an adjacent condo development had raised safety concerns over the structural integrity of the dual purpose performance space and church sanctuary. They have been asked to vacate the premises effective this past Monday, May 1, 2017. Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Login/Register With: Facebook Advertisement Twitter
Tokyo – The death toll from Typhoon Lionrock has risen to 17 in Japan, with several people still missing, and officials said Sunday a new storm threatens the country’s southwest.Two more deaths were confirmed Sunday from the major typhoon which hit northern Japan last week, said an official in the hard-hit prefecture of Iwate.A new typhoon is bearing down on the country’s main island of Kyushu in the southwest. The new storm is slowly moving northward with gusts of up to 126 kilometres per hour and bringing heavy rain, according to the Japan Meteorological Agency, warning of high seas, landslides and floods.In 2013 a powerful typhoon that triggered massive landslides on Oshima island killed 40 people, while 82 died after a typhoon hit Japan in 2011.
The state of emergency was declared soon after the April 21st suicide attacks for a period of one month and has been extended since then. (Colombo Gazette) President Maithripala Sirisena has extended the state of emergency by another month with effect from today.A gazette notice was issued today announcing the extension of the state of emergency. The notice by the President said “I am of the opinion that by the reason of a public emergency in Sri Lanka, it is expedient, so to do, in the interest of public security, the preservation of public order and the maintenance of supplies and services essential to the life of the community; Know ye that, I, Maithripala Sirisena, President, by virtue of the powers vested in me by section 2 of the Public Security Ordinance (Chapter 40) as amended by Act, No. 8 of 1959, Law No. 6 of 1978 and Act, No. 28 of 1988, do by this Proclamation declare that the provisions of Part II of that Ordinance, shall come into operation throughout Sri Lanka on and after June 22, Two Thousand and Nineteen.”
During their talks, the two discussed the overall situation in Colombia as well as the Secretary-General’s continuing good offices in support of the search for a negotiated solution to the country’s longstanding conflict, according to a spokesman for Mr. Annan.Afterwards, in his address to the annual high-level debate of the UN General Assembly, President Uribe appealed to the international community to help Colombia put an end to the continuing violence that has plagued the country for decades.”The world has plenty of analysts of Colombian problems, and of critics of our society and our governments. We require less rhetoric and more action – real contributions to solve the problem,” he said. “Representatives of the peoples of the world: with your commitment and support, and our determination, Colombia will be freed from the slavery of violence and permit more justice for all.”Mr. Uribe said that he was committed to observe and respect human rights rigorously, because, while a failure to do so might lead to a reduction in violence, it would never bring reconciliation. He warned, however, that the problem of Colombia was a potential risk to the democratic stability of the region.”I ask the help of the world because my government made the decision of defeating terror, and ensuring that these four years do not elapse with a new triumph of delinquency, or as a new test to the State’s and society’s hesitation toward the arrogance [of the perpetrators of violence],” he said.
Video: Business report with Mike Eppel by News Staff Posted Sep 11, 2013 6:42 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Apple shares are down in pre-market trading activity, senior business editor Mike Eppel explains. apple shares|business report|mike eppel|trading
Spanish second-language pedagogy in the Canadian classroom will be discussed during a guest lecture and book launch March 9.Brock University Associate Professor Cristina Santos and Donna M. Rogers, Interim Principal and Spanish Professor at Brescia University College, will discuss their two Canadian-edition Spanish textbooks, Puntos de Partida and Ma?s, which share a vision of language learning within appropriate cultural contexts, connecting learners of Spanish in Canada with millions of Spanish speakers around the world.To support an optimal learning environment for contemporary university students studying Spanish in Canada, the authors believe in articulating clear, concise learning objectives and outcomes matched to linguistic and cultural content.The event runs from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in Plaza 600F with light refreshments.
It was a hard day shooting for the No. 12 Ohio State men’s lacrosse team, which struggled to find the back of the net in its first loss of the season to No. 5 Denver Saturday. Despite outshooting the Pioneers 38-30, the Buckeyes lost, 10-9, snapping a four-game win streak to start the year. The shots from OSU, said coach Nick Myers, rarely challenged the goalie, something he credited to the Pioneers’ defense. “We felt like we had a plan and credit Denver for playing a great zone and their goalies playing really well,” Myers said. “We struggled to break the seal and couldn’t get the extra goal we needed.” Offensively, the game started slow, with neither squad being able to find the back of the net for almost the first seven minutes. The action, though, would pick up, as OSU (4-1) and Denver would score twice before the end of the game’s first period. Goals from OSU freshman attacker Carter Brown, senior attacker Logan Schuss and junior midfielder Michael Italiano in the second quarter gave the Buckeyes a 5-3 lead with about five minutes to play in the first half. From that point on, though, Denver would command the rest of the game. Scoring the next five goals, and seven of the game’s final eleven, the Pioneers kept the contest out of the Buckeyes’ reach until the very last minutes. A goal from sophomore midfielder Jesse King goal with just more than a minute remaining pulled OSU within one score with the hopes of sending the game into overtime. On the ensuing faceoff, senior midfielder Trey Wilkes won the ball and gave the Buckeyes possession in the last minute. But OSU could not capitalize as a shot from King sailed high and allowed Denver to run out the remainder of the clock. Italiano, who tallied two goals Saturday, was disappointed in the loss, but admitted Denver’s defense was the difference in the game. “We had the game plan to get the ball, get down there and try to get the goal,” Italiano said regarding OSU’s last series to try and tie the contest. “We didn’t get the look we wanted, credit Denver’s defense. They showed up today and got the stop and the win.” Denver swapped out two goal keepers, one in each half, who combined for 18 saves on the day, stifling a previously hot OSU offense. Senior midfielder Dominique Alexander said he thinks the Buckeyes’ poor shooting day had more to do with the goalies’ ability than an off-day for OSU’s offense. “Sometimes you play a hot goalie, or two hot goalies in their case,” Alexander said. “We’ve got good shooters on our team and I have confidence in any one of those guys.” The Buckeyes are set to travel to Charlottesville, Va., to take on No. 9 Virginia on March 16 at 3 p.m. They will then head to Notre Dame, Ind., to face the No. 3 Fighting Irish on March 20.
Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedImran Tahir, Qais Ahmad to join Guyana Amazon WarriorsSeptember 9, 2019In “latest news”CPL 2018: Having Tanvir bowling at the other end makes my job easier- Warriors EmritJune 26, 2018In “Sports”CPL 2018: “My goal is to win the trophy for Guyana” – Sohail TanvirAugust 4, 2018In “latest news” Imran Tahir is currently playing for the Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League (IPL), and was hugely successful for the Multan Sultans at the Pakistan Super League (PSL). Soon he will be appearing for the Guyana Amazon Warriors at the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL).Imran Tahir (IANS image)Tahir said he is looking forward to this new challenge. “It’s very exciting for me and I guess it’s very challenging for me as well. I have been watching CPL on TV for the last couple of years and it looks a very good standard, and I just want to go and express myself and try do well and that’s what I am looking for.”This will be the first time that Tahir has played at the Hero CPL, but he has had some success in the Caribbean in the past. In the 2016 One-Day International tri-series featuring South Africa, Australia and the Windies he finished with 13 wickets – the most by any bowler in the tournament. He says that success two years ago means he is looking forward to his return and making the most of conditions that suit him.“I have been there once and I really enjoyed it. It’s spinning friendly so no complaints. Beautiful islands and people are very nice. I just had a really good time and I’m really looking forward to my second trip.“Whatever is thrown at you I think you just have to adjust to the conditions, sometimes you are lucky sometimes you aren’t. Most of the time wherever you play in the world you don’t get spinning friendly pitches. In Guyana you think that you’re going to get a spin friendly pitch, you’re going to do well. But for me that’s part of the challenge because people’s expectations are high and they are looking for that. As a spinner you have to do really well but for me it’s another great challenge. I think the conditions don’t really matter these days because guys are very smart and play a lot of different shots, but it will be a little bit helpful and as I said before it will be a challenge for me.”Imran Tahir will bring his unique wicket-taking celebrations to the Hero CPL. His joy when he takes a wicket is very clear to see, and Hero CPL fans can look forward to watching his exuberance. He says his celebration is all about his passion for cricket.“I think if I had to put it in a simple way, I just feel like it’s the passion for the game. It’s been my dream since I was a kid that I wanted to be in that arena where I see all the international players playing around me and I think that’s where I am today. Every wicket I take is very important for me and I think that’s probably built up inside me and it comes out when I take a wicket. So look, it’s pure passion for the game, and I just want to carry on doing more celebrations – that means I am taking wickets” he explained.Those celebrations were particularly energetic when Tahir took a hat-trick at the PSL.The Guyana Amazon Warriors has reached the final of the CPL on three of five occasions but was never able to seal the deal.This year the Providence National Stadium will host a total of seven matches; five home games and two scheduled semi-finals.The CPL 2018 tournament will run from August 8 to September 16.
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram The government’s main priority for 2013 is to capitalize on the improving climate in the international financial environment regarding Greece in a bid to attract investments and create jobs, Prime Minister Antonis Samaras said in a press conference alongside Development Minister Costis Hatzidakis on Wednesday.“We shall do that according to specific objective schedules. We shall attract investment, not with wishes or public relations, but through specific substantial steps,” said Samaras, who chose to participate in the ministry’s briefing on its plans for 2013.Focusing on three main pillars – liquidity, progress in public works and structural reforms – the plans are aimed at Greece finally becoming a country friendly to investment and entrepreneurship.“After five consecutive years of recession, 2013 could become a turning point as long as we work with a plan, with a system and with efficiency,” said Hatzidakis, who presented detailed timetables for each of the ministry’s projects on legislative and other levels.Its priorities include the construction of a cruise ship port in the broader area of Piraeus through public-private partnership (PPPs), the promotion of privatizations, as well as measures for reducing bureaucracy in realizing investments and in export procedures.Hatzidakis further referred to the creation of the Hellenic Investment Fund, stressing it will operate under private management and according to private sector criteria.The Development Ministry also intends to help to channel liquidity into the market by securing 7 billion euros through the activation of agreements with the European Investment Bank for the funding of small and medium-sized enterprises, the restarting of National Entrepreneurship and Development Fund (ETEAN) projects and the acceleration of projects subsidized by the National Strategic Reference Framework (ESPA).The ministry aims to complete talks involving the state, banks and contractors by February 4 so that construction work can restart on four highways by April. As for the Thessaloniki metro project, Hatzidakis announced measures to overcome the stumbling blocks that have brought works to a standstill.Source: Kathimerini
Correctif de bogues : Skype n’est plus Chatroulette Skype a corrigé un problème qui survenait après le plantage du client. Des messages étaient adressés aux mauvais contacts, voire à des inconnus. En début de semaine, Le service de téléphonie en ligne Skype a reconnu qu’un bogue affectait sa messagerie instantanée. Le problème qualifié de rare survenait après le crash de l’application, lors d’une conversation en mode texte. Après la reconnexion du client, le dernier message posté pouvait alors être envoyé à un autre contact, parfois même à un inconnu. “Dans de rares circonstances, les messages instantanés entre deux contacts peuvent être envoyés involontairement à un troisième contact”, a expliqué Skype lundi. Mais désormais la filiale de Microsoft a assuré que ce problème était corrigé, après la publication d’une mise à jour. Celle-ci concerne certaines versions du logiciel : Skype 5.10 pour Windows, Skype 5.8 pour Mac, Skype 4.0 pour Linux et Skype 1.2 pour Windows Phone. À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ? Cette mise à jour corrige aussi un problème lié à la sauvegarde impossible de fichiers sur un disque dur formaté en FAT32. Le client Linux a par ailleurs obtenu d’autres corrections, dont celle qui supprime le plantage du logiciel lorsque toutes les conversations étaient marquées comme lues.Skype n’a toutefois pas précisé l’origine de ce problème, ni indiqué le nombre de clients potentiellement atteint par celui-ci. Pour rappel, le groupe fondé en 2003 a été racheté par Microsoft pour 8,5 milliards de dollars. Le service revendique 250 millions d’utilisateurs et espère atteindre 1 milliard en étendant son offre à toutes les plateformes mobiles.Le 19 juillet 2012 à 09:06 • Maxime Lambert
Batman Loses a Dad Again, Another Ben Affleck Update & More DC Movie NewsSecret Aquaman Role, Wonder Woman’s Throwback Photo, & More DC Movie News Stay on target Justice League is out later this year, which means it’s the perfect time to open old BvS-shaped wounds. /BvS (pronounced “Beavis”) wasn’t quite the beloved superhero classic Warner Bros. hoped it would be. After a lot of fans took issue with the over-dark murdery tone of Man of Steel, director Zach Snyder doubled down on it for the sequel. As a result, BvS was a bleak, humorless two-and-a-half-hour slog (three if you watched the extended edition for some reason).A lot of the ire was focused on the “Martha” scene. Batman and Superman are locked in battle. Batman is about to kill Superman when the Man of Steel requests that Bats “save Martha.” All conflict is immediately forgotten because Batman and Superman’s mothers happened to have the same name. This baffled much of the movie-going populous. It was a quick and too-convenient resolution to a conflict that felt contrived at best from the beginning. Actress Diane Lane, who played Clark Kent’s mom in both Man of Steel and BvS, disagrees.In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Lane said she “wasn’t surprised” when she learned that her character’s name would be what brought the two superheroes together. To her, the scene made complete sense. Well, at least someone thought so.“It’s the compassion for a man who’s lost his mother. When you understand the wound, you can work better with people,” Lane said.She’s right. That is a fine reason for Bats and Supes to put aside their differences and team up against a larger threat. And while that is clearly the intention the actors are all working with, none of it is in the script. In fact, by placing so much importance on the name, it’s implied that Batman happily would have thrust his Kryptonite spear into Superman’s heart if his mom was named Betty or Stella or any other woman’s name. Thank DC for cosmic comics coincidences.Lane also mentioned that, in a future sequel, she’d like to do a scene with Nicole Kidman, who was recently cast as Aquaman’s mother. Not only would these two actresses on camera together make for a great scene, that sounds like an amazing spinoff movie. Let’s get Connie Nielsen in there too and make Supermoms the Movie. This isn’t a joke; I would watch the hell out of that.Speaking of Justice League, it appears even the movie’s own marketing is done pretending Superman won’t be in the movie. The Man of Steel has been consistently missing from the trailers and posters for the movie. Yes, Superman “died” in BvS, but I don’t think there’s a soul on the planet who didn’t immediately know he’d be back for Justice League. Even those who aren’t as familiar with what a joke death is in comics knew. It doesn’t matter how much you pretend to kill Superman; he never stays “dead” for long.A new promotional image was posted by Rubie’s Costume Company, which sells licensed DC costumes. It clearly features Superman standing among the Justice League. The site jointheleague.com leads to DC’s official website for the upcoming movie. At this point, this is the only piece of marketing so far to acknowledge Superman’s existence. We still don’t know exactly how they intend to bring him back. It’s possible they’ll go the “Reign of the Supermen” route and have him awaken from a stasis that occurs whenever he’s dealt what should be a lethal blow. Only this time no long ’90s hair.Finally, in other obvious but still newsworthy… uh, news, it appears that Batman and the Joker will fight each other in an upcoming DC movie. Jared Leto posted a photo on Instagram showing his version of the Clown Prince of Crime getting uncomfortably close to Ben Affleck’s Batman. Leto credited the fan account that created the image, @thejoker_clan. While it is a well-made image, there is most likely a reason Leto decided to share it. After a brief appearance in Suicide Squad, it became clear that Leto’s Joker would appear in more DCEU films in the future. Could Leto be hinting at a future scene where he fights Batman?The most obvious movie for such a fight to happen in would be the upcoming solo flick, The Batman. But there are plenty of other places a confrontation like this could show up. Suicide Squad 2, for instance, will almost definitely have much more Joker in it, after his brief role in the last one caused a large fan outcry. If the Joker is made to be more of a central villain in the sequel, it’s not entirely outside the realm of possibility that Batman could show up to help the Suicide Squad out. If DC wants to make a cinematic universe that rivals Marvel, having their central characters show up in every movie isn’t a bad way to do it.
A 9-year-old girl was injured after she was thrown into the air by a charging bison at Yellowstone National Park, park officials said Tuesday.The incident occurred on Monday near Observation Point Trail in the Old Faithful Geyser area, and was captured on video and posted to Twitter, where it went viral.Have you seen this unbelievable video? A girl gets tossed in the air like a toy by a bison in Yellowstone National Park. Thankfully, she’s ok. Details: https://t.co/4EClcuzUcc pic.twitter.com/HpLOp6gxog— Erica Simon (@EricaOnABC13) July 24, 2019The girl, reportedly from Florida, was treated at Old Faithful Clinic and later released.Witnesses told park official that a group of about 50 people were within 5 to 10 feet of the bull bison for at least 20 minutes, causing it to charge the group.In the video, the bison can be seen charging three people who have strayed from the trail, per the New York Daily News. An adult man and woman can be seen run away while a little girl is violently throw into the air by the bison.Park officials, who say the incident is under investigation, are urging visitors to give all animals near trails, boardwalks, parking lot or other developed areas space, and to not approach them.All large animals — bison, elk, bighorn sheep, deer, moose and coyotes — need at least 25 yards of space. Visitors should give bears and wolves 100 yards of space.“The animals in Yellowstone are wild and unpredictable, no matter how calm they appear to be. The safest (and often best) view of wildlife is from inside a car,” park officials said as part of Yellowstone’s safety guidelines. “Always stay at least 100 yards away from bears and wolves, and at least 25 yards away from all other animals, including bison and elk.”If need be, turn around and go the other way to avoid interacting with a wild animal in close proximity, park officials said.More on Geek.com:Photographer Captures ‘Best Bear Fight’ Ever in Wild VideoChild Escapes ‘Serious Injuries’ After Cougar Attack in Washington ParkDoorbell Camera Captures Snake Attack in Oklahoma Stay on target 911 Calls Released: Kinkajou Sneaks Into Florida Apartment, Attacks ManWoman Bitten Twice By Shark While Swimming in Hawaii Bay
Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#Bahamas, August 28, 2017 – Nassau – Today, Moody’s Investor Services confirmed The Bahamas’ Baa3 credit rating—after initiating a review for downgrade on 6 July, 2017. Moody’s also left unchanged most of the risk ceilings for The Bahamas’ long-term and short-term financial obligations.In justifying its decision, the rating agency highlighted the positive prospects of the Government’s fiscal consolidation programme for debt stabilization; consistency in The Bahamas’ credit profile with other Baa3 rated-peers; and the limited liquidity pressures, despite higher borrowing requirements. However, Moody’s move to change the outlook from stable to negative, reflects its assumptions about the potential downside risks to the implementation of the fiscal consolidation process posed by a less favourable growth outcome and any climate-related shocks.Moody’s decision, while not surprising, is an endorsement of the Government’s plans to deliver on its fiscal consolidation initiatives and eliminate any perceived risks to investor confidence.As emphasized in the 2017/18 Budget Communication, fiscal stability and economic growth are top priorities for the Government, and Moody’s has been advised of the Government’s willingness to pursue credit-positive fiscal initiatives and growth-promoting policies to extricate the Bahamian economy out of the low growth cycle.Through a judicious public expenditure review exercise, the Government is intent on achieving, at least, a ten percent (10%) reduction in expenditures—using a combination of approaches such as programme rationalization, where objectives are not aligned with policy priorities or producing the desired results; administrative policy adjustments, project deferrals and improvement in the procurement process.More medium-term spending control initiatives under consideration are the use of public private partnerships and efficiency improvements within the state-owned enterprises.The Government is also resolved to bringing greater accountability, transparency and sound fiscal management principles to bear on the country’s finances. Improvements in fiscal management and policy outcomes are being promoted through the planned introduction of Fiscal Responsibility legislation, which will target, inter alia, the achievement of an annual GFS balanced budget deficit that would allow for a more sustainable evolution of the debt to GDP ratio. IMF Technical resources are already on board to assist the Government in ensuring a well-designed legislative and operational framework, which should be finalized prior to the next budget year. Tangential to this, work is progressing on the upgrades to the public expenditure management system, critical to achieving a credible implementation of the procedural and rules-based reporting requirements of the Fiscal Responsibility legislation.In the area of revenue administration, work is continuing to improve compliance as a means of protecting yields, and promoting tax efficiency and fairness. These efforts include measures to improve the coverage with respect to property tax assessments and proper and timely filings relative to VAT and business licence returns.The Government is optimistic that economic growth prospects will gain more traction as the fiscal year progresses. Specific proposals aimed at securing greater economic diversification are under active review, as are opportunities for improving business facilitation and the investment climate, through addressing issues of competitiveness, including energy reform. Recent improvements in the labour force statistics are encouraging, and further gains are anticipated by year-end, as real sector developments provide additional opportunities for employment.The Bahamas has an excellent track record in servicing its debt obligations and, by using the right policy mix, the Government is committed to delivering a positive fiscal and economic outcome for the country.