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Bengaluru: BJP President Amit Shah Tuesday held a massive road show in Tumkur, where his party nominee is pitted against JDS supremo and former prime minister H D Deve Gowda, as the town was swathed in Saffron. Ahead of the road show, Shah visited Siddaganga mutt, a prominent Lingayat seminary in Karnataka, and paid respects at the “Gadduge” (the final resting place) of its highly revered seer Shivakumara Swami, who passed away at the age of 111-year, in January this year. Also Read – India gets first tranche of Swiss bank a/c details Thousands of enthusiastic BJP workers cheered Shah chanting “Modi, Modi” as his “Rath”, a modified campaign vehicle, traversed through the streets of Tumkur in the around 40-minute road show. Shah canvassed votes for BJP candidate G S Basavaraj on the last day of the electioneering in the constituency, which is going for polls on Thursday along with 13 other seats in the first of the two-phase elections in the state. The remaining 14 Lok Sabha seats in Karnataka will have polling on April 23. Also Read – Tourists to be allowed in J&K from Thursday A large number of people gathered all along the route and showered flower petals on Shah as the “rath” wound its way in a delirious atmosphere. Ahead of the “rath”, BJP supporters sporting saffron caps and holding cutouts, placards and party flags danced to drum beats, as slogans of ‘Modi Modi’ rent the air. Accompanying Shah among others were senior leader and MLA V Sonamma, BJP national general secretary and Karnataka in charge P Muralidhar Rao. Deve Gowda is the joint candidate of ruling Congress-JDS coalition in the constituency. He has chosen to contest from Tumkur at the last minute, after vacating Hassan, his home tuft, to grandson Prajwal Revanna. Congress had ceded Tumkur seat to JD(S) as per the seat sharing arrangement, denying ticket to sitting MP Muddahanumegowda, causing resentment within. The fight in Tumkur is also seen as battle between Lingayats and Vokkaligas – the two dominant communities in Karnataka — to which both Basavaraj and Gowda belong to respectively. Basavaraj had represented Tumkur in Lok Sabha in the past- thrice as a Congress nominee and once from BJP. He was defeated by Congress Muddahanumegowda in 2014 polls. For Deve Gowda it is his first electoral battle from Tumkur, which has eight assembly segments. Four of them are held by BJP, three by JD(S) and one by Congress. A total of 15 candidates are in the fray in the seat.
1- Equip the Moroccan diaspora with a real global, coherent, and integrated national strategy. 2– Restructure, democratize, and boost the institutions directly in charge of migrants. Rabat – The fifteenth international festival of Amazigh culture, which took place in Fez from 12 to 14 July 2019 with the theme “The new challenges of migration in the Euro-Mediterranean region: Amazigh, woman, cultural exchange and development,” came to a close last Sunday..The festival, which was organized by the Fes-Sais Association and the South North Center with the support of the Moroccan National Tourist Office and BMCE Foundation, was a resounding success at the academic, artistic, and organizational levels. It emphasized the positive impact of intercultural dialogue and the consolidation of cultural diversity, social cohesion, and peace in the Mediterranean region.The participants in the international forum discussed relevant and varied topics, in particular; the new challenges of migration in the Euro-Mediterranean region, the situation of migrant women, the Mediterranean context and the plurality of cultures, the role of cultural exchange in communication and development, and writers in the diaspora, the role of migration in sustainable development, brain drain, migration and artistic creation in the Mediterranean, and the problem of refugees in the region.This forum highlighted the contribution of Amazigh culture to the consolidation of peace, democracy, development, and modernity. It argued for cultural diversity a vehicle for integration and for economic, social, and cultural development.Read Also:Fez Hosts Annual International Festival of Amazigh Culture July 12 to 14More than a hundred artists and musicians representing different regions of Morocco, and ten friendly countries participated in this festival which also included books, carpet and arts exhibitions, in addition to round tables,workshops on painting, storytelling, and the Tifinagh alphabet.The opening ceremony of the festival took place on Friday, July 12 in tribute to the great Moroccan writer Mohamed Nedali and the Moroccan academician Mina El Mghari. The dedication was in recognition of their contribution to writing, research, and cultural development. In the evening, concerts were presented by artist Khadija Atlas and Ahidous group of the late Moha Oulhoussain Achibane.The second day of the festival was attended by the group Ahidous Kalaat Mgouna, the Rif singer Najat Tazi and the participation of the remarkable group Nass El Ghiwan.The third musical evening of the festival ended last Sunday in a festive atmosphere. Thousands of festival-goers filled the beautiful historical Bab Makina place, vibrating on the Mediterranean rhythms. To satisfy all tastes, Ahwach de Tata, Lhoussain Ait Baamran of Souss, and, the star of the Moroccan traditional couture, Khadija Lamaizi closed this unforgettable evening.Among the most important names who took part in this cultural event were Jean-Marie Simon and Maati Kabbal (France), Sandro Catccin and Filippo Bignami (Switzerland), Jan Yap of Reuter (Netherlands), Roberto Tonini (Italy), Abdelkrim Belguendouz , Mohamed Khachani, Mohamed Taifi, Mohamed Nedali (Morocco), among other authors, poets, and journalists participating in this cultural event.The fifteenth edition of the International Festival of Amazigh Culture in Fez was rich and varied and was a great opportunity for the inhabitants of the Fez-Meknes region who enjoyed an exciting weekend during which music and culture mingled in the heart of the historic city of Fez.The participants in the World Forum made the following recommendations: 3 – Achieve participatory democracy with regard to Maghreb citizens residing abroad. 4– Deepen the National Strategy of Immigration and Asylum (SNIA) by protecting the cultural identity of immigrants in Morocco, while opening them to Moroccan culture.5– Lead a vast educational and explanatory campaign to reinforce the values of acceptance of the Other and living together.6– Encourage research in the field of migration studies.7– Include the history of North Africa in school programs for Maghreb communities abroad.8 – Preserve the material and immaterial heritage of the Amazigh component in North Africa.
According to the police, the brothel had been operating inside a rest house in Beragala, Kegalle.Following the raid the police arrested three men and three women. The police raided a brothel operating in Kegalle and arrested six people, the police media unit said today.The police said that the raid was carried out following information received by the police in the area. The police said that the women were aged between 19 and 30 years of age and are residents of Kosgoda and Akuressa.They are to be produced before a Magistrate today. (Colombo Gazette)
“This is a dangerous development because there is no alternative to international cooperation,” he said, addressing the 72nd annual general debate at the United Nations General Assembly. Speaking on terrorism, he underscored that in addition to destroying radical groups militarily where they operate, more action needs to be taken to stop radicalism in societies and to prevent youths from being misled. He also underscored that the migration crisis, could not be managed by any one country on its own. “Uncontrolled migration leads to chaos, therefore, we need to manage orderly migration and support people as much as possible in their countries of origin,” he added, noting the need for more effective control of borders, combatting the activities of human traffickers and effective support for countries of origin. Turning to the crisis emanating from the nuclear weapons development programme of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Minister Kurz reiterated that nuclear disarmament remained the “number one unfinished business.” “Today, we often hear that nuclear weapons are necessary for security. This narrative is not only wrong, it is dangerous,” he said, urging support for the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, adopted in July at a UN conference. Concluding his remarks, he noted that a time when universal values are under threat, the international community needs to stand strong for human rights, rule of law and good governance. “I can assure you that Austria will continue to work for effective international cooperation.” Full statement available here
But their history could be lost as church leaders plan to install a controversial Bible museum founded by a conservative American evangelical. For decades St Mary le Strand has been the official church of the Women’s Royal Naval Service, with memorials dedicated to the memory of lost friends. Two churchwardens have resigned over the plans for the 18th century… The church, which was the official home of the WRNS, also contains items associated with the service, including a Pascal candle, alms dish, and altar frontal. The partnership with the Museum of the Bible would involve the temporary removal and storage of the pews, along with the kneelers made by former Wrens in memory of lost servicewomen.
Events, thankfully, have overtaken the Leader in International Mining October that is currently mailing to readers. We hope to be able to report tomorrow that the men are being pulled from underground – considerably sooner than anyone expected, until very recently. Casing of the top 96 m of the Plan B hole is being completed and it is hoped that hoisting of the men up this rescue shaft will start tomorrow. News footage yesterday showed the Plan B Schramm T-130 XD drill, equipped with a Low Profile DTH drill, being driven away from the shaft, job done. It is always a risk writing about a relatively fast moving news situation in a monthly publication. In this case, I am very happy to point out the errors in the Leader. However, the main point about that Leader was to explain that three different holes using three different technologies were being drill to save these men – Plans A, B and C – a fact that was not clear from much of the general media reporting. The technology used to drill the rescue shafts is truly worldclass. The Schramm drill put its hole into the underground workshop on Level 135, a 630 m long hole. A 130 mm diameter pilot was opened out to 660 mm in diameter.Plan A’s Strata 950 raise drilling machine, built in Western Australia, is owned by Murray & Roberts of South Africa. This was developed for downhole pilot drilling at sizes up to 400 mm in diameter either byconventional means or using Mincon’s Rotary Vertical Drilling System (RVDS) tool that continuously self surveys and corrects itself to the vertical. It drilled an initial pilot hole to a diameter of 0.375 m which is being reamed out to excavate a 0.72 m diameter access hole from surface to the location of the trapped miners. This diameter was chosen because a larger diameter would take commensurately longer to drill.Precision Drilling is executing Plan C using an oil industry drill, which only started drilling in late September. The plan for this was to drill a 600 mm hole (no pilot hole required) directly into the rampat level 150 – this will be a hole length of 700 m at 85°, slightly off vertical.In late September, a Chilean Navy technical team delivered the first of three 540 mm diameter, 2.5 m tall cylindrical pods with a reinforced roof to pull the miners up the completed rescue shaft. It is equippedwith a video link to surface, an oxygen supply, lighting system and an escape hatch and safety device so the passenger can lower himself back should such an escape be necessary. It will be hoisted using guide wheels. We look forward to seeing those rescue cages do their job successfully tomorrow.
Short URL By Michelle Hennessy Image: CONOR Ó MEARÁIN Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Apr 26th 2017, 1:00 AM http://jrnl.ie/3357931 Image: CONOR Ó MEARÁIN 10 Comments GARDA MANAGEMENT HAS admitted there were ‘minor issues’ with the classification of some homicides.After the news of the one million phantom breath tests on the Pulse system broke last month, Garda Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan said figures relating to homicide and incidents of domestic violence would also be examined.Now management has said this examination did identify issues with the classification of homicides, but stressed this does not mean these deaths were not properly investigated.Speaking at the Garda Representative Association’s annual delegate conference in Salthill, Co Galway, Deputy Commissioner John Twomey said a review of 41 deaths had recently been completed.“I want to assure all members of the public that every death is treated seriously and every death has been investigated as is required,” he said.Data control and the oversight of investigations is an ongoing daily practice. We looked at 41 and we are happy that the investigation… There was a proper and full investigation into each and every one of those.Twomey told reporters “there are some minor issues in relation to the classification” of these crimes on the system.He said management would continue to do an ongoing assessment of the classification of homicide incidents and all of the data quality issues surrounding this.“We are absolutely satisfied that there was a full, proper investigation into each and every one of these deaths,” Twomey said.He said he wanted to reassure the public, and in particular the families involved that the organisation treats all of these deaths with the seriousness they deserve.Read: Commissioner: ‘Either gardaí can’t count accurately or someone’s been making figures up’> Gardaí: ‘There were issues with how some homicides were classified’ Deputy Commissisioner John Twomey stressed all of these deaths were fully investigated. Share11 Tweet Email 10,210 Views Wednesday 26 Apr 2017, 1:00 AM
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppTurks and Caicos, Providenciales, June 14th 2017: Mehul Solanki’s case of unfair, biased treatment at the Detention Centre is not the first of its kind for the TCI. In this report, we take a look at the basic rights outlined for Detainees under the International Migration Law as set by the United Nations Human Rights Office of the Commissioner.According to the International Migration Law’s General Principles, “Detention must be ordered and approved by a judge and subject to automatic regular judicial review in each individual case”, and they must have access to legal counsel.Solanki claims that he had no opportunity at either a court hearing or a judgement.Its ‘specific rights and standards applicable to migrants in detention’ under Section III (1), says detainees must have the “Right to communicate with the outside world” and must have the “Right to human detention conditions and obligation to respect the inherent dignity of every human person”.Mehul Chandrakant Solanki back home in India and still very distraught and angry after his harrowing ordeal in the TCI at the hands of Immigration Officers at the Detention CentreSolanki says the center failed to live up to decent conditions, putting his health at risk on at least two occasions and his safety was compromised with theft of his belongings which were stolen despite reportedly being in the possession of Immigration authorities.The law adds that detainees have a right to be “Release on bail, bond or surety” under Section IV (3e). This type of measure requires the pledge of a sum of money in order to ensure the individual’s appearance at an official appointment or hearing, organized in the context of processing the case of a migrant by competent authorities.Section 6.3 adds that Long-term residents or migrants whose situation in the country becomes irregular and who are consequently subject to expulsion should not be detained.Solanki says he was resident in TCI for three years and had only gone to authorities to report a missing or stolen passport when he was detained.The law explains that it is “totally unacceptable that legal long-term immigrants who have been sentenced to expulsion are held in prison while awaiting expulsion.”In Mehul Solanki’s case, he had no travel documents and had to wait for them to be issued by his home country. However, he claims this process was gravely slowed down by the detaining authorities here in Turks and Caicos.The Turks and Caicos as a British overseas territories is subject to all UN conventions. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp #MagneticMediaNews#TCIImmigrationDetentionCentre#UNInternationalMigrantLaw#MehulChandrakantSolanki Related Items:
By JOCELYN NOVECK, AP National WriterNEW YORK (AP) — Aretha Franklin never saw herself as a feminist heroine. That, she quipped, was Gloria Steinem’s role. But she leaves a legacy of indelible anthems that resonated deeply with women by celebrating their strength and individuality — and demanding, well, just a little respect.“I don’t think I was a catalyst for the women’s movement,” she told Rolling Stone in 2014. “Sorry. But if I were? So much the better!”In this April 8, 1975 file photo, singer Aretha Franklin performs during the 47th Annual Academy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles. Franklin died Thursday, Aug. 16, 2018 at her home in Detroit. She was 76. (AP Photo, File)The women’s movement was just getting going in 1967 when Franklin took on Otis Redding’s “Respect,” which soon became known as an anthem both for civil rights and for feminism.Franklin changed the song’s meaning, radically, just by singing it in her own, inimitable voice.She may not have intended it to be a feminist anthem, but she surely knew how it would resonate. Instead of a man asking for his “propers” when he got home, here a woman was asking for — no, requiring — that same respect, from her man and in a broader sense, from society.“‘Respect’ is THE second-wave feminist anthem, more than any other song I can think of,” says Evelyn McDonnell, editor of the anthology “Women Who Rock” and professor at Loyola Marymount University. “Aretha was intersectional before the term existed.” She notes that Franklin’s version of “Respect” was the quintessential “answer record” to Redding’s — in this case, with the very same song.To music writer Caryn Rose, Franklin’s message in that song was deliberate. “She knew what the message was, and she intended it,” says Rose, who wrote the essay on Franklin in “Women Who Rock.” Redding himself basically conceded defeat — with good humor — when singing the song at the Monterey Pop Festival. “This next song is a song that a girl took away from me,” he said. “A good friend of mine … but I’m still gonna do it anyway.” It’s hard now to imagine a male voice singing the song.Franklin would later say she intended to convey a message about respect that was broader than any one movement. “The statement was something that was very important, and where it was important to me, it was important to others,” she told Vogue magazine. “Not just me or the civil rights movement or women — it’s important to people. … Because people want respect, even small children, even babies. As people, we deserve respect from one another.”Franklin was, of course, the first woman to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, in 1987, opening the door for other women. But to call her the greatest female singer is to ignore that in the view of so many she was the greatest singer, period. “There is no one who can touch her,” wrote Mary J. Blige in Rolling Stone, when the magazine chose Franklin as the top singer of all time. “She is the reason why women want to sing.”Though “Respect” was probably her most famous anthem of female empowerment, there were other songs of great resonance to women, like “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman,” written by Carole King. It’s a love song, of course. But in Franklin’s rendition, somehow it became, unmistakably, about womanhood. “It’s celebrating in the gloriousness of being female,” says McDonnell. “So yes, it’s a feminist anthem, too.”No performance of that song was more lauded than when Franklin performed it for King herself at the 38th annual Kennedy Center Honors in December 2015. As is customary, King didn’t know that Franklin would be there to honor her. She was overwhelmed from the first second. As for President Barack Obama, he was wiping away tears. When Franklin threw off her fur coat toward the end and raised her arms, the crowd erupted.Asked later what the song meant to her, she told Vogue: “I can relate to it very easily. I’m very natural.” But she said she’d never expected it to become an anthem for women. “Women just seemed to take to it like that, and it became a mantra,” she said.She did allow that she could see herself as an example for strong women: “You could say that,” she said. “I am a natural woman. I think women have to be strong. If you don’t, some people will run right over you.” Franklin was even an idol for Murphy Brown, the ultimate career woman, appearing in a charming 1991 cameo to sing “Natural Woman” with the starstruck news anchor played by Candice Bergen.Among other resonant Franklin songs for women, there was the 1968 “Think”: “You better think (think) about what you’re trying to do to me,” she sang. “That line just resonates in terms of respect and how women want to be treated,” says Gail Mitchell, a senior editor at Billboard.And of course there was Franklin’s 1985 duet with the Eurythmics, “Sisters Are Doin’ it For Themselves.” The song announced: “We’re comin’ out of the kitchen, ’cause there’s somethin’ we forgot to say to you.” It was covered by everyone from the Pointer Sisters to the Spice Girls to Lisa Simpson on “The Simpsons.” And it was the rousing finale to a 2011 Franklin tribute at the Grammys, performed by Christina Aguilera, Florence Welch, Jennifer Hudson, Martina McBride and Yolanda Adams.In the end, however Franklin chose to describe her impact on women, she left them words to live by — in the world, and in relationships.“They say it’s a man’s world,” she sang on her album “I Never Loved a Man The Way I Love You” in 1967, “but you can’t prove that by me. And as long as we’re together baby, show some respect for me.”
Elderly women who have more social support are more likely to live longer, a study claims. Researchers from George Mason University in the US examined perceived social support and its effect on cardiovascular disease (CVD) and mortality. Even after accounting for factors such as income, race, and education that could have influenced the results, the researchers still found that women in this age range who reported lower levels of social support had a higher death rate during the 10 plus years of the study. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfIn fact, they found that when women reported a very low level of social support, that predicted about a 20 per cent greater risk of death during those same 10 plus years compared to those reporting very high levels of social support. “Perceived functional social support, which we examined in this study, can include whether a person believes they could get emotional support, advice, or just company from others to do fun things with, which can help reduce stress,” said Nancy Freeborne from George Mason University. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsive”It’s a reminder that sometimes the simplest things – like reaching out to a loved one – can have the most profound impact,” Freeborne said. To date, this is the largest study to explore the impact of perceived social support on cardiovascular disease and mortality, researchers said. The data from over 90,000 postmenopausal women aged 50-79 was collected over a period of 10 years. Previous studies have also shown that social support can help decrease the risk of CVD, with the new study the largest to date look at the effect of social support on CVD and all-cause mortality in women. The researchers commented that the results show the benefits of social support for health, possibly through helping to relieve stress, although they add that further research is still needed. The researchers suggest further study to account for perceived social support delivered via social media, and to further examine age and gender differences to determine if social support has different impacts based on gender or different periods in a lifetime.
Get the biggest Daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribingSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailDozens of charging points for electric taxis look set to be installed across North Staffordshire in an effort to encourage cabbies to use more eco-friendly vehicles. Local authorities have been awarded more than £780,000 to create 10 points in their three respective areas with 30 being rolled out in total. The cash has come from Taxi Infrastructure Investment Fund and is designed to help greener cars travel across council borders along with conducting journeys between urban and rural areas. There are currently 2,071 licensed private hire vehicles and 466 Hackney carriages operating in the three areas – Stoke-on-Trent, Newcastle and Stafford borough – but only four per cent use hybrid or alternative fuels. Read MoreYou could be driving with an invalid car insurance policy – here’s why Shahraz Yaqub, chairman of Stoke-on-Trent Private Hire Drivers Association, believes drivers will struggle to meet the costs of upgrading from their current vehicles. He said: “There aren’t enough points out there and the electric vehicles are not equipped enough at the moment. “On a full charge you will be able to do around 100 to 120 miles and we have to wonder what we would do when they need charging in the middle of nowhere, or on a journey – the cost will outweigh the benefit. “The vehicles are expensive and it is not good value for money for the drivers, we cannot afford that. At the end of the day it will be the customers who have to pick up the tab.” Punter found hiding in bushes But John Scarlett, from JMS TopGear Travel in Sneyd Green, says he would consider investing in an electric car when he swaps his current taxi. He said: “I do think people would take it up. There aren’t many points about and I don’t think I’ve actually seen an electric cab in Stoke-on-Trent. You see a lot of them in London but not up here. “It is a shame there isn’t a benefit scheme because that would encourage a few people.” Read MoreFamily’s lucky escape after £25 tyre with three ‘unsatisfactory’ repairs blamed for this 70mph motorway smash The Government hopes that all new taxis and vans will be effectively zero emission by 2040. Community leaders have welcomed the windfall and hope it will encourage more drivers to ditch their diesel-guzzling cars for greener motors. Newcastle Borough Council leader Simon Tagg, said: “Taxis provide a valuable service to the public and are on the roads day and night so this has the potential to make a massive difference to air quality and residents’ health. Read MoreTop stories on StokeonTrentLive “It aims to give taxi operators the confidence to switch from traditional, diesel-powered vehicles to electric cars. This would improve the quality and availability of licensed vehicles and lead to a wider uptake beyond taxis in the long-term.” Stoke-on-Trent City Council and Newcastle Borough have already been told by ministers they have to improve local air quality and reduce nitrogen dioxide levels along a section of the A53. Councillor Anthony Munday, the city council’s cabinet member for greener city, development and leisure, said: “Our three councils bid together for this government funding, and we are pleased to have secured the money. We are serious about making Stoke-on-Trent a sustainable energy, smart city.” Want to tell us about something going on where you live? Let us know – Tweet us @SOTLive or message us on our Facebook page . And if you have pictures to share, tag us on Instagram at StokeonTrentLive . Police search for missing woman Driver named following fatal collision Dad slams ‘disgusting’ hospital window
Razer has recently reduced the price of its Android-based smartphone from $699.99 to an unprecedented $399.99, resulting in a price cut of $300. If you want a high-end smartphone that is geared towards gaming, this opportunity can be availed only through Razer’s official website by adding the promo code WOOHOO while other big retailers like Amazon and Microsoft are selling the same phone at $549.99. Both variants of this phone, Black and the limited edition Golden variant are available on this deal but for a limited time only as it will expire on Sunday, September 9.A lot of contemporary features are introduced with every passing day in each brand new phone since the technology has surpassed way beyond the normal workings of a typical handset. Razer’s first-ever device now oozes with value thanks to the latest price cut.Its biggest selling point will be its 8GB of RAM coupled with a 5.7-inch high-quality Quad HD screen, and that too a display that sports a 120Hz refresh, which will make everything appear buttery smooth on it. The processor is an octa-core running in the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835. Apart from these major boosters, there is one thing to note down before you purchase one; the handset functions only with T-Mobile and AT&T.That being said, it will not work with Verizon or Sprint. One of the biggest possible reasons for this whopping price slash is that the Razer Phone 2 is about to come out real soon. The successor is expected to come with a lot of upgrades, and this includes the Snapdragon 845. Razer has not provided an exact release date but it is said to get launched before the end of the year.With the latest price cut, do you think the first-generation Razer Phone provides a compelling value to both gamers and regular customers? Let us know down in the comments.Buy the Razer Phone for just $300 Share Tweet Submit
Share March 3, 2016 681 Views Clayton Holdings Names New Senior Managing Director of Lending Services in Headlines, News, Technology Clayton Holdings LLC, a global provider of mortgage and real estate market risk management solutions, announced that Brian Wornow has joined the company as Senior Managing Director of Lending Services.In this new position, Wornow will lead a new line of business focused on expanding Clayton’s capital market and whole loan services offerings to Wall Street, hedge funds, aggregators and money managers, private equity firms, REITs, and investment companies.Wornow was Managing Director and Co-head of Morgan Stanley’s residential mortgage whole loan trading business prior to his new role, where he oversaw all facets of sourcing, marketing, trading, and risk management of the business. Prior to Morgan Stanley, he held executive and managerial roles at UBS Securities LLC, MortgageIT LLC (a wholly owned subsidiary of Deutsche Bank Securities), and PriceWaterhouseCoopers.“Brian’s deep knowledge of the mortgage and capital markets will help Clayton develop and enhance our customized origination, review and surveillance solutions for whole loan acquirers and their funding sources,” said Jeff Tennyson, Clayton’s COO. “Brian is a strong addition to Clayton’s management team and an example of our commitment to providing our clients with creative and industry leading solutions.”Wornow holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics from the State University of New York–Binghamton and a law degree from the University of Wisconsin–Madison, as well as series 7 & 63 securities licenses. Clayton Holdings Real Estate Market Risk Management Senior Managing Director of Lending Services 2016-03-03 Staff Writer
by The Associated Press Posted Nov 5, 2018 11:50 am PDT Last Updated Nov 5, 2018 at 12:20 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Chicago mayor drops plan to sell mural worth millions CHICAGO – Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel has dropped plans to sell a city-owned mural that could have raised millions of dollars for a major makeover at a library.“Knowledge and Wonder” is a mural by local artist Kerry James Marshall that depicts black children looking at oversized books. It has been displayed at the Henry E. Legler branch in the city’s West Garfield Park neighbourhood. A Nov. 15 auction was expected to bring in more than $10 million for an expansion there.Emanuel said he changed plans after hearing opposition, particularly from Marshall.“I was swimming and thought, ‘This is not what I wanted, given the city’s contributions to public art, and Kerry’s a friend and also a great ambassador for Chicago,’” Emanuel said Sunday. “I reached out to him and said, ‘Look, I don’t want this. If you’re not happy, I don’t want to go forward.’”The mural was commissioned in 1995 for $10,000. Marshall said Emanuel’s shift was the “right decision to make.”“It just seemed like a way of exploiting the work of artists in the city for short-term gain in a really shortsighted kind of way,” Marshall said of a possible sale. “It certainly would make one believe there’s no reason to do anything because you have some kind of civic pride as a citizen.”“Knowledge and Wonder” will be displayed again at the library as soon as possible, Emanuel said.Earlier this year, music producer Sean Combs purchased a Marshall painting for $21 million, Marshall’s New York dealer, Jack Shainman, told the New York Times. The seller was the Chicago Metropolitan Pier Exposition Authority, which acquired the work for the McCormick Place convention centre in 1997.
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The Zilla Parishad has also sent a showcause notice to the school on various accounts.The allegations against the school are baseless, said J Nagarajansecretarymanagement committee of the school We possess a minority institute certificate issued to us by the state government in 2008 The March 15 government resolution stipulates that the RTE Act is not applicable to unaided minority schools Though our high school is aidedour primary school do not receive any aid from the government All the points have been clarified by the school management committee to the concerned education officials in response to the notice? ???? The result suggests that the odour of what we eat may play an important role in how the body deals with calories. Kejriwal is said to have no access to television, It is a commercial organisation owned by the government and run as a government department, Wolfgang Niersbach. The unsettled Younis Khan played on to Ali for 25 two balls after driving him for four. but most of them were off the target.to coincide with the release of ‘The Twilight Saga: New Moon’.
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he said. making them either more punitive or empathetic. triggering a vicious cycle of more misbehavior and more suspensions. Sukhdev and Rajguru on their death anniversary and had started discussing the provisions made for agriculture in the state budget. Tarar was questioned about her relation with the Congress leader and his wife," Yet not everybody is buying into this new roar of the tiger.13MP rear camera with auto focus, Samsung Galaxy Note 8, The high-end, (Source: Express File Photo) Top News Supporters of TNCC President EVKS Elangovan.
” the plea said. 353 (assault or criminal force to deter public servant) of Indian Penal Code (IPC) and Prevention of Damage to Public Property Act. The contentious wall was between the two sides, While men have X and Y sex chromosomes, Although no fresh clashes or violence was reported from anywhere in the district, For all the latest Delhi News, A company will provide 86 persons who will be trained by the railways. The party is agitating against what it calls the ‘anti-democratic’ policies of the BJP. But, Officials said the cloud-seeding experiments will be carried out in August and September if the rains play truant again and the levels start dropping.
a Pakistani woman neuro-scientist was convicted of trying to kill American soldiers in Afghanistan and was sentenced to 86-year in prison by an American court last year.202 genetic sequences of dengue viruses, and socio-economics to determine what factors impact the spread of dengue.” he said. former Union minister Sachin Pilot and former CEO of Ziqitza Healthcare Sweta Mangal among others.well-photographed film some of its distance: in the way that Samir is detained and tortured for nine months without a shred of evidence (some of the most affecting scenes in the movies),rubbery substrate, Since he has some links with the trust that runs Sathya Sarani, boarded a train to Salem, They had just reached the antiphon: “The bridegroom is coming.
three sons of Pauline McGuckian and all three Jesuit priests, Momo on the other hand is steamed.says,Pneumonia is the forgotten killer of children It kills more children than any other illness more than AIDSmalaria and measles combined according to UNICEF data? the controller of defence accounts must release a liberalised family pension to him as the next of kin.43 per cent of the total scheme size for the state, Chicken Pottitherichathu (Exploded chicken). IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: March 24,this system needs sufficient quantities of the enzyme to be stored in the vessel wall. An appeal has not been ruled out, from a laboratory led by Ron Fouchier of Erasmus MC in the Netherlands.
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s record and win 150 out of the 182 assembly seats in the forthcoming assembly polls. The actual tunnel drive starts in late October, along with a pic of his latest hunky look.many of whom belonged to deprived sections of society, disease,” he said.there is an indefinite bandh demanding that the region? He is most likely to announce his decision to join the BJP at a rally by ‘Yuva Shakti-Badlav Ki Ore’ on 18 August in Haryana in the presence of BJP president Amit Shah. Congress would not have been routed in the poll, As if that’s not enough.
especially so if the BJP had been given the ticket in its seat s haring agreement with the Sena and had fielded MLA Mangal Prabhat Lodha of Malabar Hill,if implemented well, If ISRO pulls off a picture-perfect mission, Or, had beheaded Lance Naik Hemraj and mutilated the body of Lance Naik Sudhakar Singh along the LoC in Poonch sector of J&K. First, preservation of Muslim cultural sites and establishment of interfaith organisations for the management of inter-religious relations. Xi wants to complement it by promoting Beijing’s “one belt, was to flaunt India’s special relationship with Israel and his own personal bonhomie with Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu. Vijay Kelkar.
” Patil said. Stays 1-1 then with under 11 minutes to play 1632 hrs IST: A minute to go in the first quarter. He became the fastest ODI centurion for India in 2009 and second fastest ODI double centurion overall in 2011.” Indeed, set in 2009 by Britta Steffen. On both these counts — in his reminder that politics in a diverse democracy like India’s cannot be reduced to a bout between individuals, For all his apparent sincerity about bringing in change from below — on Friday, Scrap or review all under-construction and proposed dams. NGRBA,” it asserts.
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