Very curious slightly confused rapper Classified tests limits of cannabis support

first_imgTORONTO – Nova Scotia rapper Classified has been a proponent of smoking marijuana for years, but he says Canada’s new legalization laws have left him confused over the ways he’s allowed to promote the cannabis lifestyle.He knows it’s within his rights to express his love for weed. And he’s allowed to talk publicly about buying shares of OrganiGram, an East Coast cannabis company he struck a loose business relationship with earlier this year.After that it gets a bit hazy, since most celebrity endorsements of a brand are prohibited under the Cannabis Act.“I was emailing OrganiGram going, ‘you guys know I’m actually an investor so we can probably get away with advertising more.’ I’m kind of curious to see what they’re going to come back and say,” he says, sporting a baseball cap emblazoned with a logo for the company’s first recreational weed brand.“They’re so careful not to cross that line. Almost to the point where I’m barely doing anything. I’ll bring them ideas and they’re like, ‘No we can’t do that.’”“I don’t even know what they’re paying me for. Like I’m wearing a hat, I’m trying,” he adds.Classified, whose real name is Luke Boyd, has been at the forefront of Canadian hip hop for over a decade, making him a valuable asset for young cannabis companies looking for prominent pot smokers. He’s worked with Buck 65, produced singer Ria Mae and swapped rhymes on a track with weed aficionado Snoop Dogg.The rapper also seems eager to test the boundaries of the new federal laws. His latest music video might even do that once Health Canada catches a whiff of it.“Legal Marijuana,” released Wednesday to coincide with legalization, features Classified standing with dozens of people in a public park as they rap along with his verses and every so often toke up and exhale a puff of smoke.That part of the video should be fine under the law.What might raise legal questions is a line he speaks that could be deemed an endorsement of a cannabis brand. The moment happens late in the video after Boyd adjusts his baseball cap and draws attention to the logo for Edison Cannabis Company, which is part of OrganiGram’s recreational pot portfolio.“Feelin’ just right, rollin’ up some of that Edison Reserve. Oh Canada, things have changed,” he says.The line doesn’t appear in the version of the song featured on his album “Tomorrow Could Be the Day Things Change.”If Health Canada views the rapper saying a specific cannabis brand has him “feelin’ just right,” it’s possible the regulator might see it as crossing the line as an endorsement, suggests Denes Rothschild, a lawyer who watches the cannabis industry.“If he has some sort of business arrangement with them and they’re paying him as an endorser… I think it raises a question,” says Rothschild, a partner at the Borden Ladner Gervais law firm in Toronto.“(The laws) are being interpreted and a lot of it is going to come down to where the government chooses to draw the line.”In an emailed statement, Organigram said it “was not involved in the production of Classified’s video.”“We remain committed to ensuring our brands and marketing practices are compliant with Health Canada’s regulations,” said Ray Gracewood, Organigram’s chief commercial officer.Representatives for Heath Canada didn’t immediately respond to questions about how music videos will be considered under the new laws.In the meantime, Boyd is willing to open the floodgates to potential business opportunities. After investing roughly $20,000 into shares of cannabis companies, he says he’s pleased with the upwards trend in their market value.“I’m not a big stock guy at all, I don’t take chances with my money,” he says.“But I’m making more on stock than I am on touring, probably.”Boyd’s perspective on legalization is tempered by a sense of caution over widespread acceptance. He worries about the “negative” side of weed, especially with parents who smoke inside the house while their children are present.“Hopefully people will be smart and realize it’s not good to just sit here and blow smoke in kids’ lungs and let them grow up with this type of lifestyle every day,” he says.At his family home in Enfield, N.S., just outside Halifax, he says it’s a rule that nobody smokes around his three pre-teen daughters. He typically lights up inside his recording studio.“I put in a different ventilation system so I can smoke, so it’s not going through my house every day,” he says.“But at the same time my oldest knows I use it sometimes and it’s no different to her than like, ‘Oh mommy’s having a glass a wine.’ OK, well daddy’s out there doing his thing.”In many ways, the rapper says legalization makes hardly any difference for him or his friends.“They smoke it like it’s been legal for years,” he says. “I think most people have.”Follow @dfriend on Twitter.last_img read more

58% ads eye women only, 35% target both genders

first_imgMumbai: Marketers in India are missing potential opportunities to reach out to men in the categories where both genders are equal decision makers, according to a Kantar report. It revealed the disconnect between consumer and business opinions of gender portrayals in advertising. The AdReaction report noted that 58 percent ads on air target women exclusively, and only 35 percent are targeted towards both genders. While the clear majority of marketers globally (more than 75 percent) think they are avoiding gender stereotypes, 76 percent of female consumers and 71 percent of male consumers believe that the way they’re portrayed in advertising is completely out of touch, it said. Also Read – Maruti cuts production for 8th straight month in SepIt noted that globally, gender-balanced brands drive greater brand value while brands that skew towards men tend to underperform and are valued on average $9 billion less, while only one in three brands achieve this balance in India. In the wake of the ‘MeToo’ movement, the industry globally claims they are actively designing for both genders and representing them in a progressive context. But less female marketers are convinced with the way theyre portraying men in the advertisements, it said. It observed that getting the gender placement right is important, especially from a digital and static perspective because it can be used as a targeting and optimisation variable in these channels. Also Read – Ensure strict implementation on ban of import of e-cigarettes: revenue to CustomsIt also noted that new information has the highest receptivity in India, more than 50 percent men and women become more positive towards the ads that have new information. This is closely followed by humour which has a critical role to play in improving the ad receptivity with both genders. “The report highlights that the bulk of ads in India are targeted at women; but marketers appear to be targeting them led more by stereotypes. Gender targeting should not be an either or decision and we need to challenge these outdated assumptions. From a portrayals perspective, more emphases need to be made towards aspirational and authoritative roles. The industry as a whole needs to be more aware than ever that things need to change, said Vishikh Talwar-managing director- Kantar Millward Brown, South Asia.last_img read more

Fashionistas to the fore in UN battle to preserve biodiversity

8 January 2010The United Nations is mobilizing the fashion and cosmetics industries in an “eco-fashion” battle to curb the unprecedented loss of the world’s biodiversity, from the over-harvesting of wild species for their skins or natural fibres to the pollution caused by manufacturing processes. At the initiative of the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), more than 500 prominent figures from government, international organizations and the above industries will meet in Geneva on 20 and 21 January to call for ethical action by producers and consumers against the rapid loss of the world’s species as part of the International Year of Biodiversity.The General Assembly proclaimed 2010 the International Year of Biodiversity in a bid to halt the unprecedented extinction of species due to human activity – at a pace some experts estimate to be 1,000 times more rapid than the natural rate typical of the Earth’s long-term history – and multiple events are scheduled throughout the 12 months to produce blueprints for action.“Eco-fashion does not involve the unsustainable harvesting of species such as the Tibetan antelope, which has declined in number from over 1 million in 1900 to 75,000 today because poachers sell the skins for the production of luxury shawls,” UNCTAD said today in a news release, stressing the role that governments, businesses, and consumers can play in promoting biodiversity conservation and the sustainable use of natural resources.“Changing the way consumers and markets value biodiversity offers an opportunity to maximize the positive and minimize the negative impact on communities, economies and the environment. By further redefining sustainable development to include greater business engagement in policy and strategy debates, prospects for tackling the global challenges presented by poverty and environmental degradation are strengthened.”The Geneva gathering will begin with a high-profile business seminar and conclude with an “EcoChic” fashion show and exhibition launch celebrating sustainable fashion and accessories, of which over 50 have been donated by designers from around the world, including the renowned figures Diane Von Furstenberg, Manish Arora, Bora Aksu, and Thakoon.In addition, established “sustainable” fashion labels such as Edun, Noir, Ciel, and Kumvana Gomani will contribute garments and accessories from their latest collections. UNCTAD cited as an example of successful sustainable management the export of caiman skins and products by Bolivian communities – over $1.4 million in sales to Italy, up 282 per cent over 2003, and $500,000 to the United States, up 364 per cent – under plans ensuring that harvesting does not exceed reproduction rates, and that communities maintain a clean environment to enable the species to thrive.Citing harmful production practices, the agency noted that washing wool, separating flax fibres from stalks, tanning leather, bleaching, dying, printing, and finishing consume large amounts of water and energy, use toxic chemicals and produce effluents that can pollute air, water and soil. Leather tanning is particularly polluting, having one of the highest toxic intensities per unit of output.By contrast, “eco-fashion” firms adopt approaches that take into account the preservation of the environment. For example, organically grown cotton does not involve the use of pesticides and other chemicals that can cause species damage. Worldwide, cotton now accounts for 11 per cent of pesticides and 25 per cent of all insecticides used each year.Loss of habitat is the principal cause of loss of species and some 11 per cent of the natural areas remaining in 2000 may soon disappear, chiefly as a result of conversion for agriculture, the expansion of infrastructure, and climate change, UNCTAD warns.Some 60 per cent of coral reefs could be gone by 2030. Longer-term damage is still more extensive: in the last 300 years, the global forest area has shrunk by approximately 40 per cent, completely disappearing in 25 countries, and since 1900 the world has lost about 50 per cent of its wetlands.After the gathering, the EcoChic Geneva Exhibition will be open for two weeks, exploring the multifaceted nature of sustainable fashion with particular focus on uses of biodiversity that provide benefits and income for communities in developing economies, through a range of creative displays of eco-friendly garments, accessories and cosmetics.A host of other events – meetings, symposia, multi-media exhibitions – will follow throughout the year in venues around world, from Trondheim, Norway, to Delhi, India, from Doha, Qatar, to Cartagena, Colombia, and from Shanghai, China, to Nairobi, Kenya, culminating in a high-level meeting at UN Headquarters in New York at the start of the General Assembly’s 65th annual General Debate in September and an official closing in Kanazawa, Japan, in December. read more

NCAA Probing Myck KabongoLeBron James Connection

Texas sophomore guard Myck Kabongo has been questioned by NCAA investigators about his relationship Rich Paul, who represents LeBron James, a Longhorns men’s basketball spokesman said.Texas spokesman Scott McConnell said Kabongo has talked with investigators but is in school and practicing with the team. Kabongo has not been declared ineligible and the school compliance department is communicating with the NCAA, McConnell said.Yahoo! Sports first reported the probe into Kabongo’s relationship with Paul, who his James’ close friend and agent. Yahoo! reported that Paul called NBA front offices on behalf of Kabongo before the 2012 draft. Usually, when players probe their stock in the draft, the college coach or someone associated with the school makes the inquiry.Kabongo chose to stay with Texas instead of entering the draft.Yahoo! reported the NCAA is also investigating whether Paul was involved in a trip to Cleveland last spring that included at least one workout with professional trainer Jerry Powell, and who paid for the trip and the workout.“We are aware of the situation,” McConnell said. “We have not heard any decisions from the NCAA.”Later Wednesday night, Kabongo tweeted, “HUGE reach.”Kabongo started 34 games for Texas last season. He was third on the team in scoring at 9.6 points per game and led the Longhorns by averaging 5.2 assists. He has been projected as a possible first-round draft pick in 2013.He could be declared ineligible if the NCAA determines he received improper benefits from an agent.James and Paul met when the former was a teenager and quickly formed a strong relationship. By the time James reached the NBA in 2003, Paul had become one of his closest friends and confidants. When James left Goodwin and formed his own marketing company, LRMR, Paul became a business partner.Paul represents two former Longhorns, Cleveland Cavaliers forward Tristan Thompson and San Antonio Spurs guard Cory Joseph, Yahoo! reported. read more

NHS staff at risk of inhaling toxic fumes from cleaning machines investigation

Employees claim that hospitals have been “gassing” them after they suffered nose bleeds, burning eyes and chest infections following exposure to hydrogen peroxide vapour. Two domestic managers took made claims against their NHS Trust and won five figure pay-outs between them in settlements earlier this year.  NHS Trusts across the country could now face legal action from staff who operated “Deprox” machines without adequate training or protective gear. But thousands more hospital workers could be at risk as the machines are being used at over a hundred hospitals across England and Wales, according… NHS staff are at risk of inhaling toxic fumes from cleaning machines, a Telegraph investigation has found. read more

Column The time has come We demand the opportunity to live our

first_img Short URL Column: ‘The time has come. We demand the opportunity to live our lives through Irish’ The hour has come for a generation to bring the language to life while also calling time on the government bluff, writes Michael McCaughan. Michael McCaughan 793 Views Share730 Tweet Email By Michael McCaughan Apr 24th 2017, 6:30 AM DETRACTORS SAY THE Irish language is on its last legs, held together by government grants, a handful of fanatics and a cúpla focal served up each year on St Patrick’s Day.This judgment has become a mantra for Irish people who have bad memories of learning the language at school.Demands are made for an end to compulsory Irish, the process by which pupils spend twelve years learning the language but cannot manage a simple conversation in it.Census figuresCensus figures published a fortnight ago seem to back up this opinion, revealing a decline in the number of Irish speakers even inside Gaeltacht areas, the tobar or well which nourishes and replenishes the language.Raidió na Gaeltachta, (RnaG) the Irish language radio station, spent several days bemoaning the statistics while Sean Kyne, junior minister for the Gaeltacht, donned his body armour and dutifully took the flak, wriggling out of every argument with a Beckettian flourish.An entirely new approach is needed.Learning Irish againOver the past year I travelled the length and breadth of Ireland, gathering opinions and experiences from people who have and haven’t learned the language, who love or loathe an Ghaeilge.I began to learn Irish again, one focal at a time, curious to see how far I could go with it. The outcome is Coming Home: One man’s return to the Irish language, a journey which begins with the death notices on RnaG.I discovered that just a few generations ago, Irish was the language of everyday life, of love-making, of putting your kids to bed, the language of farming and fighting and poetry. The language declined and almost disappeared, beaten out of schoolchildren, associated with poverty and hardship. In its place came English, the language of possibility.The Easter Rising in 1916 and the Irish Republic which followed, gave prominence to the Irish language but responsibility for its resurrection was offloaded onto the schools. The rest, as they say, is history, painfully imprinted on the bodies and minds of schoolchildren.Planet GaelachIt came as some surprise then to discover “Planet Gaelach”, a world of enthusiasm and excitement for the Irish language, hiding in plain sight, just under the radar of the English speaking majority.The weekly meetups in cafes in every town and city, the pop-up Gaeltachts, where people conjure up a Gaeltacht wherever they are, gardening sessions and Gaelic football, as Irish comes alive in dynamic and informal settings. A peaceful language revolution is underway.I combined RnaG with a slow reading of contemporary fiction, the likes of Alex Hijmans, a Dutch-born Irish speaker who lives in Brazil and writes fiction in Irish. I found a Múinteoir-Mentor as I call it, someone willing to “adopt” me and put up with my scratchy pidgin language until I developed smoother notes. No money ever changed hands between us.You are never far from an Irish speaker, but you need a “Gaeldar”, to find them, as they don’t usually have a fáinne tattooed on their foreheads.Irish is on the moveIrish is on the move as thousands of children attend Gaelscoileanna, Irish language primary schools, learning the easy way, by immersion. Their parents, many of them from the “lost” generation, have discovered a grá for a language that never stood a chance first time round.Perhaps the most startling discovery on this journey has been the realisation that successive Irish governments, led by Fianna Fáil or Fine Gael, have been obstacles to the progress of the language.In the north of Ireland, the situation is dramatically different. In the Newtownards road, the heart of loyalist Belfast, more people signed up for Irish classes last autumn than on the Fall’s Rd, the home of Republicanism. The first Gaelscoil in Belfast opened with nine pupils in 1971, followed by Coláiste Feirste, the nearby secondary school, which now has 650 pupils.Bring the language to lifeLast week a handful of brave souls, belonging to “Misneach”, an Irish language activist group, briefly occupied the offices of the Department for Gaeltacht affairs in Dublin. Their demand is simple, “Saol trí Ghaeilge atá uainn”, we demand the opportunity to live our lives through Irish.The hour has come for a generation of instigators and creatives to get to work, bringing the language to life while also calling time on the government bluff.Some combination of naíonraí, (pre-school education), easy going non-judgmental public displays of affection (ciorcal comhrá, pop-up Gaeltacht etc) along with a guerrilla campaign of action which would, for once and for all, force the government to facilitate citizens wishing to conduct daily life in either of the two official first languages of Ireland.At that point the census figures will tell another story.Michael McCaughan is an Irish writer and journalist best known for his work in Latin America. He has written for the Irish Times, the Guardian, Hot Press, Village Magazine, the San Francisco Chronicle and the Sunday Telegraph. His latest book is Coming Home: One man’s return to the Irish language, (Gill, March 2017). His website is ‘What standard of living do people want? What is required to deliver this?’>Zero-hour contracts: ‘Clare has to live with her parents and can’t afford to go to the doctor’> Writer Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Monday 24 Apr 2017, 6:30 AM 98 Comments last_img read more

Black Lightning Season 2 Episode 12 Recap Moving On to Justice

first_imgStay on target Top Movie and TV Trailers You Might Have Missed This Week’Black Lightning’ Season 2 Finale Recap: Preparing for War As if the Pierce family hasn’t been through enough hardship lately, Black Lightning just keeps piling it on. Jenn just lost her first love, and needs to be alone for a while. While Anissa and Lynn debate how much space to give her, a car pulls up and Anissa gets shot. Two more men show up and try to take Lynn, but some ASA agents show up to protect them. Fortunately, Anissa instinctively held her breath, stopping the bullet from travelling through her. She still took the force of the blow though, which winded her. They can’t quite figure out who attacked them. Was it one of the parents of the pod kids who died? Tobias? We know who Jefferson thinks is behind it.He’s not the only one who wants to go after Tobias anymore either. Jenn walks into her parents’ bedroom full of anger and vengeance. She wants to kill Tobias, and asks her dad to give her a suit. He gives her a speech just different enough from “with great power comes great responsibility” to avoid legal trouble. She seems to understand, but still isn’t happy about it. This conversation makes me think it won’t be too long before she turns up in a suit too, though. For now, she doesn’t have a superhero uniform, but she puts on a different kind. Jefferson and Lynn decide to send her back to high school. After everything she’s just been through, she needs a little normalcy in her life. Of course adjusting isn’t going to be quite so easy. She warily eyes the metal detectors at the entrance, and later has to walk by a tribute to Khalil. That’s not nearly as hard though, as watching the school security guards take it down. Principal’s orders. Yeah, it’s time for that a-hole to get his.China Anne McClain as Jennifer — Photo: Annette Brown/The CWJenn sets up the memorial again by the trophy case, and the principal comes to yell at her to take it down. She stands up to him and has a full Black Lives Matter moment in defense of Khalil. She calls the principal a racist, and he accuses her of pulling out the word racist when she can’t win an argument. The thing is, she’s right. He doesn’t see the students under his care as people. He sees them all as potential violent offenders who need to be removed the minute they show any sign of rebellion or even individuality. He has security escort Jenn away, but all the rest of the students kneel down and record with their phones. Apparently having never heard of the right to assemble, he tries to get Jefferson to break up the protest. Jefferson just holds up his fist in solidarity with the students and says “sounds like the principal’s job.” Badass.I like this story a lot, and I hope it just doesn’t end with this episode. If Jenn’s first foray into hero work is less fighting bad guys with superpowers and more standing up to systemic injustice, I’ll be so happy. This principal is such a great detestable villain too. In a private conversation with Jefferson, he says he has no sympathy for the students under his care. He tells a big poor me story about how he grew up poor as the son of two heroin addicts. He feels no one cares about his plight because he’s white. Showing infinite patience, Jefferson tries to explain that he still got the benefit of the doubt that’s never afforded to even the wealthiest black men. The dude doesn’t listen, and Jefferson leaves the room in disgust. This battle isn’t over.Nafessa Williams as Anissa — Photo: Bob Mahoney/The CWThis episode didn’t skimp on the real battles either. There hasn’t been much superhero action lately, and this episode felt like it was making up for lost time. First, when Anissa sees a woman come into the clinic who’s clearly been abused by her boyfriend, she learns that said boyfriend is a high-ranking member of the 100. Because of that, the clinic tends to patch her up and look the other way. It’s the only way to guarantee their safety. We all know that’s not good enough for Anissa. She puts on her mask and hoodie and takes the fight straight to the boyfriend. She beats up a whole room full of 100 members, and gives the boyfriend a warning that will require some surgery. Unfortunately, she gets caught off guard during her escape, and takes a few nasty kicks to the stomach and chest. She’s able to blow everyone back with her thunder blast and escape, but something tells me she’s not going to be able to keep up this vigilante work for much longer. For now though, she encouraged the woman to leave her abusive boyfriend, and stole some drug money to pay for Khalil’s funeral. So some definite good came from this.Nafessa Williams as Nafessa, Christine Adams as Lynn and Cress Williams as Jefferson — Photo: Bob Mahoney/The CWAlmost immediately after that, we get another fantastic fight scene. The family and sociopolitical drama on this show is good, but when we go too long without an action scene, I start to get a little antsy. This show does them so well, it’s always disappointing when we don’t get one. But I guess that’s what makes it so sweet when we get episodes like this. Gambi finds out the identities of the men who attacked Lynn at the beginning of the episode. They’re intelligence agents from Markovia. Yay for more DC comics references! Black Lightning storms their hideout (ha) and throws them around with some awesome-looking lightning blasts. He delivers them in a nice little package for Henderson, but hits a snag. Being from Markovia, they have diplomatic immunity. It’s disappointing that this story petered out that way. No real answers, just kicking the can down the road. It sucks when the show does that. But at least we got a great action scene out of it.Most of the stories, other than Jenn’s, were largely set-up for the rest of the season to come. It helps that what they did set up was really exciting. Agent Odell of the ASA is stalking the Pierce family and we still don’t know exactly why. We have a potential international conflict brewing around Lynn and the pod kids. The kids Tobias stole in the last episode turn out to be a team of metahuman murderers the ASA was trying to groom into their own black ops army. With four episodes left in the season, there are so many places they could go. Then there’s the Grace-Anissa story. We finally get some real moments between them, and they’re long overdue. They feel like a real fleshed out couple, which means the show is about to put them through some stuff. Anissa invites Grace to meet her family, and Grace immediately refuses. Her metahuman abilities come out when Anissa’s around, and Grace doesn’t know how to handle them.Chantal Thuy as Grace Choi and Nafessa Williams as Anissa — Photo: Bob Mahoney/The CWThe episode ends on a genuinely emotional note. The individual stories may have been mostly set up, but it was filled with these character moments that absolutely landed. Jenn feels like she can’t go to the funeral, because if she watches him be buried, it’ll be real. He’ll really be gone. That’s a very real reaction to attending a funeral, and it hit me right in the gut. It managed to make a funeral for a fictional character feel like a real moment of loss. Black Lightning is an amazing show when it wants to be.Black Lightning airs Mondays at 9 p.m. on The CW.Previously on Black Lightning:Black Lightning Season 2, Episode 11 RecapBlack Lightning Season 2, Episode 10 RecapBlack Lightning Season 2, Episode 9 Recaplast_img read more

Eriksen explains bizarre goal reaction

first_imgTottenham’s Christian Eriksen explained his rather bizarre reaction towards teammate Heung-Min Son during their 3-1 win over Chelsea on SundayThe Denmark international appeared to have given Son a telling off for not passing the ball in the build-up to Dele Alli’s second goal with Eriksen having been seen waving his arms frantically at the South Korean during the goal celebrations.But Eriksen revealed that it was more of a constructive criticism towards his teammate, but was relieved to see the effort go in regardless.“He made it more difficult than it was! Of course, we scored, so it was relief, but if we didn’t score it would have been a big disappointment for Sonny not to pass it, but luckily Dele finished it off.” Erikson told Sky Sports.Jose Mourinho is sold on Lampard succeeding at Chelsea Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 Jose Mourinho wanted to give his two cents on Frank Lampard’s odds as the new Chelsea FC manager, he thinks he will succeed.There really…Alli, who scored a brace in the win, also admitted that he was rather unhappy with Son’s actions.“I was complaining, I was a little bit annoyed that he didn’t, but Sonny is a player who is in really good form so when he goes through you’d back him to score. He kept it alive, and luckily it fell to me.” said the England international.The 3-1 victory strengthen Spurs’ hold in the top four places in the Premier League and the side had their first win at Stamford Bridge in 28 years.last_img read more

NEIGHBOR NEWS Whats Making Headlines In Tewksbury

first_imgTEWKSBURY, MA — Ever wonder what’s making news next door in Tewksbury? Bill Gilman, editor of Your Tewksbury Today, has the answer!Below is a collection of top Tewksbury stories, primarily written by Gilman, that were recently published on his popular website.Top Tewksbury Stories (February 4-February 11):Maverick’s Owners Surrender Licenses, Restaurant Closes PermanentlyWhat’s In A Name? As “Fully Promoted” Opens For Business, An Old Favorite Enters The 21st CenturyThe 411 On 978 Plumbing: Hard Work, Integrity Helps Cobuccio Build A Small Business From The Ground UpElection 2019: Could Two Brand New School Committee Members Be Seated Without A Challenge?State Rep. Tram Nguyen Among Several Officials To Be Honored By The Asian American Women’s Political InitiativeAt The Library: Jerry Thornton Talks New England on Feb. 12; Bohemian Rhapsody on Feb. 15 Your Tewksbury Today is Tewksbury’s premiere online hyperlocal news source. Follow YTT on Facebook and Twitter.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedNEIGHBOR NEWS: What’s Making Headlines In Tewksbury?In “Community”NEIGHBOR NEWS: What’s Making Headlines In Tewksbury?In “Community”NEIGHBOR NEWS: What’s Making Headlines In Tewksbury?In “Community”last_img read more

This is your perfect seating position according to Jaguar Land Rover

first_img Tags More From Roadshow 2019 Mazda MX-5 Miata review: Club life isn’t for everyone, and that’s OK Car Culture 56 Photos The tips are pretty straightforward. The first is to take everything out of your pockets, since sitting on wallets or other items can affect seating position. Then, it’s a matter of getting your back and thighs in place.From there, you want to make sure both your knees have some bend to them, even when the pedals are fully pushed in, and the same goes for your elbows. Finally, adjust the headrest and you’re all set to go. Make sure your mirrors work for your new seating position, and congratulations — now you’re both safe and comfortable. Trying to find the optimal seating position could be an Olympic sport, especially as seats continue to add methods of adjustability — Lincoln’s optional seats have 30-way adjustability nowadays. So, save yourself some time and take some tips from a person who has the authority to dish ’em out.Jaguar Land Rover recently published a video on how to find the optimal seating position. The advice comes from Dr. Steve Iley, Jaguar Land Rover’s chief medical officer. Having the seat set up correctly not only improves comfort on both short and long trips, it ensures you’re positioned to remain in control of the vehicle should something go awry. 2020 BMW Alpina B7 first drive: Big, bad, Bavarian ‘bahn-burner More about 2019 Jaguar I-Pace Share your voicecenter_img Jaguar Preview • 2019 Jaguar I-Pace: This cat will hunt 0 Post a comment Jaguar Land Rover 2020 Porsche 911 Carrera S: The complete package The 2020 Jaguar XE gets its first major visual refresh Review • 2019 Jaguar I-Pace: Traditional Jag values, truly modern powertrainlast_img read more

Miley Cyrus posts a very NSFW topless picture on Instagram

first_imgMeanwhile, Miley Cyrus’ fans have been long waiting to hear some new music from the acclaimed singer. Her last album was Younger Now, which she dropped in 2017. Ever since then, she has been busy with her wedding with Liam Hemsworth, working in a feature film, and attending the award shows. But it looks like she is all ready for a seventh album.As earlier reported, Miley Cyrus shared a photoshoot picture of herself. In the video, she is sporting a sexy short dress. Miley asked her fans to have to their attention as something “sickening” was coming. She even added seven record emoticons to the post, which made several to think that a brand new album is on its way.Miley Cyrus’ sixth album, Younger Now, was debuted at No. 5 on the US Billboard 200 with the first-week figures of 45k album-equivalent units. The two singles released from the album, “Malibu” and “Younger Now” peaked at No. 10 and 79 on the United States’ Billboard 100.The Hannah Montana star finally got married to Liam Hemsworth and fans are speculating that her new studio album will feature the stories about her love for Liam and how well they are celebrating their married life. Miley Cyrus enjoying the summerMiley Cyrus (@mileycyrus/Instagram)Miley Cyrus knows how to welcome the summer. The singer recently took to Instagram to share a series of photos with captions that will make you smirk.As we all know, Miley Cyrus is all set to perform at a number of music festivals that includes Woodstock and Glastonbury. Before she will start preparing for the same, Miley took some time out to enjoy the summer.Miley Cyrus uploaded several pictures and based on the teasing captions, it looks like she is having a time of her life. One photo features the “Wrecking Ball” singer sunbathing nude with the caption, “Festival season is here, I’m queer and ready to party! Lets go summer 2019!” The caption was followed by the three rainbow emoticons.In another picture, Miley Cyrus is seeing riding a huge chicken.She is also seen chatting on the phone while asking her fans to call their father to get some money so that you can “catch your girl at the gigs this summer.”last_img read more

UN chief urges Myanmar to halt military campaign against Rohingya

first_imgUN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres addresses the 72nd session of the United Nations General Assembly at the UN headquarters in New York on September 19, 2017. Photo:AFPUN secretary general Antonio Guterres on Tuesday urged Myanmar to halt its military campaign against Rohingya Muslims, just hours after Aung San Suu Kyi failed to quell an international outcry in a much-anticipated address.Addressing the opening of the UN General Assembly, Guterres said he “took note” of Suu Kyi’s pledge to abide by the recommendations of a report by former UN chief Kofi Annan that has advocated citizenship for the Rohingyas.”But let me be clear,” Guterres said. “The authorities in Myanmar must end the military operations, and allow unhindered humanitarian access.”More than 420,000 Rohingya have been forced to flee violence in Myanmar’s northern Rakhine state in what the United Nations has described as “ethnic cleansing.”In her nationwide address, Suu Kyi insisted that army “clearance operations” in response to attacks by Rohingya militants had finished on 5 September and denied that Rakhine was in flames.”More than 50 percent of the villages of Muslims are intact,” she said.The Nobel laureate called for patience and understanding of the unfurling crisis in her “fragile democracy” and pledged to resettle some refugees, but she did not speak out against the military campaign.”We are all shocked by the dramatic escalation of sectarian tensions in Myanmar’s Rakhine state,” Guterres told world leaders.In an interview earlier this week, Guterres described the address by Suu Kyi as “a last chance” to speak out and put in motion an end to the mass exodus.The 1.1-million strong Rohingya have suffered years of discrimination in Myanmar, where they are denied citizenship even though many have longstanding roots in the country.Myanmar’s second vice president, Henry van Thio, is to take the podium at the assembly on Wednesday after Suu Kyi decided against attending this year’s world gathering.last_img read more

Will a Robot Take My Job

first_img 6 min read Register Now » Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global We can’t stop or slow down the progression of technology. Businesses and industry will always relentlessly search for ways to increase efficiency and productivity.  In the future this will lead to the rise of more machines that can do what we do. In fact, according to an Oxford University study, 47 percent of all jobs could be automated. In the next decade, your job as it’s currently described might not even exist. Sound scary? What if I told you it’s a good thing?The future of work continues to be a topic on the rise, with social mentions up 40 percent year over year, according to an analysis by Adobe. When we talk about a future where robots accomplish all the basic tasks in society, we fail to take into account that there are so many vital roles that robots won’t ever be able to fill. Here’s an idea: Instead of worrying about a skills revolution, embrace it. Learn how to turn your humanity into a marketable asset in tomorrow’s economy.Related: 8 Companies Changing How Machine Learning Is UsedIt’s great to be human.I’m the futurist in residence at Arizona State University. As a self-described optimist, I’m a big fan of humankind. I see a more automated world as a place in which more people can embrace the creativity, curiosity and ingenuity that makes us distinctly human. Not only will leveraging your humanity provide job security in the future, it will also make the work you do more meaningful.In the current job market, we don’t focus on humanity. We focus on productivity. We focus on increasing efficiency. We focus on speed. We focus on accuracy. These are all things that have essentially turned us into machines. So, it should make perfect sense that the machines will be able to rise up and take the majority of our jobs.Related: These 5 Companies Have Added Robots to Their WorkforceSo what makes being human so great? Here’s the short list:Communication. Humans are great at communicating with other humans. You could take two people who don’t speak the same language, who come from radically different cultures, and you can put them in a room and they will begin to communicate. Humans have an incredible ability to overcome barriers in order to work together to find solutions.Creativity. We humans are good at taking disparate, unrelated pieces of information and turning them into new ideas. A machine can be programmed to find the correct answers, but it can’t come up with new questions, or design a new way to solve a problem.Adaptability. No matter how the world changes, humans have proved they are able to change with it. When early humans were threatened by predators, they built weapons. When they were cold, they covered themselves and made clothing. When they couldn’t find enough food, they learned how to grow their own. The key to survival is not how strong or fast or how big you are — it’s how easily and quickly you can adapt.By focusing on these attributes, we not only learn to accept the inevitable increase in automation, but we also use the opportunity to engage in work more suited to our natures. Adobe found sentiment about automation is trending positively, with saving time (30 percent) and big data analysis (25 percent) as the top trending topics. When robots take over the mundane but necessary tasks of running a business, humans will have the freedom to further create and explore.Related: Bill Gates Believe Robots That Steal Jobs Should Pay TaxesPrepare now for the future.There are a few things both employees and employers can do now to be ready for change. Jeff Vijungco, vice president of global talent, technology and insights at Adobe, recommends envisioning what your future will look like 10 years down the road. Think about your dream career, and plan a path to get there. Think about the skills you will need to succeed in a world where rote tasks are handled by machines.Consider that in the near future, job descriptions will become less rigid. Employers will begin looking for individuals who can take on a variety of roles. Human employees will not be expected to meet productivity and efficiency goals; employers will want their employees to take on more abstract assignments that will further the success of the company on a greater scale.Some of the skills I suggest employees should start developing now include the ability to learn, the ability to be flexible and the ability to problem solve. These build on our natural human tendencies toward creativity and adaptability, and will let you turn your instincts into marketable skills.One of the pieces of advice that I give to everybody from grade schoolers to board members of Fortune 500 companies is to always be curious. Always be asking why. We should allow ourselves to have a constant thirst for understanding.Related: Elon Musk’s Vision of the Future Includes CyborgsFostering your ability to communicate with others is another important step you can take to securing your future. Robots can’t collaborate. Humans can. If you can get along and work with a wide variety of different types of people, you are infinitely more deployable, and so more valuable to your employer. They can assign you to any team, doing any task, and they know you will be able to help build a cohesive and successful unit.Employers, meanwhile, should focus on the future of their company. Many of the most successful businesses have departments dedicated to long-term planning. Think about the specific steps you will need to take to create a positive future for your company.Employers also need to keep in mind that their employees are their most valuable asset. To encourage employees to embrace their humanity, reward that humanity. Reward them for being creativity. Encourage them to discover new solutions. Most importantly, treat them with respect. Acknowledge they have lives outside of work, and create policies that foster a healthy work-life balance. Machines don’t need validation to perform their tasks. Humans, on the other hand, can’t perform successfully if they feel overworked and underappreciated. Create an environment where employees want to succeed, and they will.Related: Emerging Ethical Concerns in the Age of Artificial IntelligencePeople build the future.Robots may become more important in the future, but they cannot create the future. Only humans have the capacity to envision and build a better world.I am an optimist. I believe that the future is built by people. The future is built by the actions of people. The future is built by corporations and companies. The future is built by organizations and communities and churches and schools and universities. People build the future.When we allow machines to handle the more mundane tasks, we get the freedom to innovate. Embrace the progression of technology so your own creativity can become your greatest asset. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. April 28, 2017 Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box.last_img read more

LOS ANGELES — An Australian model has been sentenc

first_img LOS ANGELES — An Australian model has been sentenced in Los Angeles to community service and probation but no prison time for slapping a flight attendant and going on an obscene tirade during a flight.U.S. District Judge Cormac J. Carney sentenced Adau Mornyang on Monday to three years of probation and 100 hours of community service.Prosecutors had sought jail time, but Carney said he believed Mornyang was remorseful after she tearfully read a statement in court saying she is now receiving treatment for anxiety and depression brought on by childhood trauma.The 25-year-old was convicted of felony interference with a flight crew and misdemeanour assault.Authorities say Mornyang slapped a flight attendant and shouted obscenities during a Jan. 21 flight from Melbourne to Los Angeles.Andrew Dalton, The Associated Press by Andrew Dalton, The Associated Press Posted Jul 15, 2019 11:51 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Emailcenter_img Australian model sentenced for airline flight disturbancelast_img read more

Anastasiades to write to Guterres ahead of UN General Assembly Updated

first_imgPresident Nicos Anastasiades is to write a new letter to UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres ahead of a possible meeting between the pair on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York next month.Speaking on Cybc radio on Monday, Government Spokesman Nicos Christodoulides said some final decisions must be taken on the letter and then the details would be announced.“It would not be right to discuss beforehand a letter that might be sent to the UN Secretary-General,” he said in response to a question.The letter will in part be a response from Guterres to Anastasiades on August 18, which was a reply to an earlier letter from the president to the UN chief on August 4 expressing concerns over the Turkish side’s plans B and C to move forward without a settlement.There was particular reference to reports that the Turkish side planned to open the fenced-off ghost town of Varosha in Famagusta.Settlement talks broke down in Crans-Montana Switzerland on July 6.“In the same letter [August 4] the president expressed his readiness to continue negotiations within the framework of the UN Secretary-General,” the spokesman said.“To this letter, the president received a reply from the UN Secretary-General.”Christodoulides said there were important issues arising from Guterres’ answer. One was that the UN Secretary-General confirmed the United Nations position on the issue of Varosha as described in UN Security Council resolutions and other UN reports, that the town should be returned to its lawful inhabitants.The spokesman said Anastasiades would be in New York from September 17 for at least a week. “There will certainly be a meeting with the UN Secretary-General and all these issues will certainly be discussed,” he said.He repeated that the president had let it be known that he was ready to negotiate within Guterres’ framework and that the continuation of efforts depended on the Turkish side.“In Crans-Montana the positions put forward by the Turkish side were outside of this framework, in particular the chapter on Security and Guarantee,” the spokesman said.“In the statements made by Turkish Cypriot or Turkish officials, it seems clear that so far there is no clear position on the UN Secretary-General’s framework.Asked when the final report on the Crans-Montana talks by UN Special Adviser Espen Barth Eide, would be sent to the Security Council, Christodoulides said it was expected before September 16 when the General Assembly begins.Meanwhile, Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci said on Monday that the UN and the Greek Cypriots needed to come up with a “healthier path and method” to a solution.After a meeting in the north with Turkish Deputy Prime Minister in charge of Cyprus Affairs Recep Akdag, Akinci said: “It has been shown that open-ended talks have not taken us anywhere. With the same mentality, same methods, you will end up at the same place, you cannot end up at a different place.He added: “We have been saying these for years now. Now is a period of thinking. Now, the Greek Cypriots, the UN and us should make their evaluations and we should find a healthier path and method”.Akdag said that Turkey would always support a solution based on the equal rights on the island and this stance would continue.You May LikeFigLeaf Beta AppHow to Become Fully Anonymous Online in Less Than 3 Minutes? Better safe than sorryFigLeaf Beta AppUndoYahoo SearchResearch Compact SUVs. New SUVs May Make You Want To Trade Yours In Today – See For Yourself!Yahoo SearchUndoGundry MD PrebioThrive Probiotic SupplementTop Cardiologist: Throw Out All Your Gluten Now (Not For The Reason You Think)Gundry MD PrebioThrive Probiotic SupplementUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

Cyprus Airways launches Beirut flight

first_imgLarnaca-based Cyprus Airways launched its first flight to Beirut, the airline announced on Tuesday.The flight departed from Larnaca at 10.40am and landed in Beirut at 11.20am.Cyprus Airways connects Larnaca with Beirut with two flights a week and with four flights a week from May 25.Return ticket fares from Larnaca to Beirut start from €79 including all taxes.Passengers can book their flights through, Cyprus Airways call centre (National toll free 8000 8111 or international on +357-24000053) or through their travel agent.They can visit  the company’s website at to view the full flight schedule of all Cyprus Airways destinations.Cyprus Airways launched its first flights in June 2017 to four destinations.In July 2016, Charlie Airlines Ltd, a Cyprus registered company, won a tender competition for the right to use the trademark Cyprus Airways for a decade.You May LikeBusiness+15 JOBS WE’RE ABOUT TO LOSE THANKS TO COMPUTERSBusiness+Undohot10.org10 Incredible Places You Have To Visit In Your Lifetimehot10.orgUndoSUVs | Search AdsLooking to Save Big on New SUVs?SUVs | Search AdsUndo Companies must use buying power to root out slavery, says UK officialUndoGreece to overturn law that made universities no-go zone for policeUndoHigh temperatures increase risk of firesUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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University College London (UCL), Kemi Adeosun."The passage of the new law on sanctions shows with all obviousness that relations with Russia have become hostage to the domestic political battle within the US." the Foreign Ministry said in a statement announcing the moves "The latest events show that in well-known circles in the United States Russophobia and a course toward open confrontation with our country have taken hold"Late Thursday the Senate voted 98-2 for a bill passed earlier by the House that strengthens existing sanctions on Russia and gives Congress the power to block President Donald Trump from lifting them The White House has given mixed messages about whether Trump will sign the legislation at a time when his presidential campaign is under investigation over possible collusion with MoscowRussia had originally threatened the ouster of diplomats and seizure of property in December after the US ordered 35 Russian envoys out of the US and seized two embassy compounds outside New York and Washington in protest of alleged Russian meddling in the election But President Vladimir Putin at the time delayed the retaliatory steps in what officials said was an olive branch to the incoming Trump administrationBut the Kremlin’s hopes for better relations under Trump haven’t materialized as the probes of alleged Russian meddling in the US vote have widened in recent months The first face-to-face meeting between Trump and Putin in Hamburg Germany earlier this month failed to yield a breakthroughSpokesman Dmitry Peskov said Putin didn’t wait for Trump’s reaction to the sanctions bill because "the form in which it emerged from the Senate had greater significance" In effect he said it’s "almost final"It wasn’t immediately clear how many US personnel would have to leave under the new order The Foreign Ministry said that the US had until Sept 1 to bring the total number of diplomatic and technical personnel in Russia to 455 the same number as it said Russia has in the US The ministry also ousted the US from a recreation retreat and warehouse in Moscow Russia said it reserved the right to take further measures if the US retaliatesThe US bill which also imposes new sanctions on Iran and North Korea had been delayed while lawmakers resolved procedural issues and revised language that energy companies said would prevent many overseas deals The Russia sanctions in HR 3364 are an unusual signal of disapproval of Trump from congressional Republicans Lawmakers say they want to prevent the president from acting on his own to lift penalties imposed by the previous administration for meddling in last year’s US election and for aggression in Ukraine House and Senate committees and the FBI are examining possible ties between the Trump campaign and RussiaThe legislation puts Trump in a difficult position Signing the measure would dilute his power But rejecting it could lead to an embarrassing veto override as the bill cleared both chambers by wide margins and lead to criticism that he’s seeking to protect RussiaAn official in the White House wouldn’t say whether Trump would sign it saying only that they are reviewing the bill and that the administration supports sanctions against the three countries"It’s caused me a lot of consternation and anxiety There’s still a stigma attached to mental illness" even though the issue has been much-discussed for soldiers coming back from the Iraq and Afghanistan wars Kelsh said Wednesday"I don’t know what the impact is yet . on the potential of getting another job in the salary range I need to meet my obligations and make a living" he said "I’m sure this is something that will pop up if somebody Googles my name now"Kelsh’s Grand Forks attorney Margaret Morley said she was shocked by the commission’s open discussion of her client’s PTSD during a hearing Tuesday"I was very upset and sick to my stomach" Morley said "But it’s not a courtroom hearing I can’t object I can’t ask for something to be stricken from the record In a proceeding like that my role as an attorney is not the same" as in a court of law "I felt as if my hands were tied . My heart just sank for my client"Morley said she had worked closely with Assistant City Attorney Nancy Morris to get Kelsh’s private information redacted from documents requested in an open records request"I was disappointed I fought very hard for my client to be sure these things were redacted You’re in the room and you heard it (the PTSD diagnosis) as clear as day" Morley saidThe medical information should have remained confidential she said "If I go in to the doctor for a sore throat that’s nobody’s business but my own"She said she could not comment on whether any legal action might be taken over the release of Kelsh’s medical information She also wouldn’t say whether she and her client have decided to appeal the Civil Service Commission’s ruling to the City CommissionMorris could not be reached for comment WednesdayKelsh was terminated from his employment with the city Feb 2 after several months of working a temporary job and about six weeks of applying for other city jobsHe had gone to the Civil Service Commission hoping to get the termination reversed But the commission voted 5-0 to uphold the city’s action because it was not done for political or other improper reasons Kelsh began working as a Fargo firefighter in August 2009 In his written appeal to the commissionhe said the job took a toll on him He said that was particularly true of several incidents he responded to in August 2015 which he said included traumatic situations involving attempted suicides and a drug overdoseKelsh said his health issues were exacerbated in September 2015 when supervisors after years of good evaluations said he needed remedial training as a firefighter emergency medical technician and a driver Kelsh said he sought help for the medical issues that manifested themselves after that meeting He was then placed in a temporary office jobKelsh said he sought the Civil Service Commission hearing hoping to get relief and "it’s kind of going the wrong way""And frankly it’s illegal" for the commission to have discussed his diagnosis openly Kelsh said He said he’s tried to avoid reading comments online "because some of them are negative"But other people have reached out and offered support he saidMorley said closing comments in the hearing made by Civil Service Commission Chairwoman Jane Pettinger are important to remember"She called him a hero That’s big And Mr Kelsh is a hero" Morley said "Anyone who puts those boots on and goes in and does the work he did is a hero And the fact that he does have a long and glowing record of service . to not only the city of Fargo but the state of North Dakota" Speaking during the signing ceremony at Government House, The Governor said the State Health Insurance Agency is part of the government’s commitment to Human Capital Development noting that it has quality healthcare service and functional education as its main components. “When some 110 Dapchi school girls were similarly abducted, The minister in the statement.

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Poland’s tenth-ranked Agnieszka Radwanska and Monica Puig of Puerto Rico have both pulled out citing illnesses. Spanish striker Sandro Ramirez, The police said the incident came to light after a waiter at the hotel knocked on the door of Poonamiya’s room and did not get any response. He said he would file a complaint with the Election Commission in Lucknow tomorrow. the education department has asked the private schools to accept the income certificates until April 5. "Losing Adam is naturally a blow as he contributes significantly to everything we do, This is an absurd condition — in most departments,he comes across as a very intimidating personality. issuing a veiled threat. “absolutely correct”.

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By arrangement with The Ladies Finger. 2017 1:12 pm Tiger Shroff promotes Munna Michael. a reprieved Steve Waugh told Herschelle Gibbs,and he had. the bowler who has taken all three wickets so far in the Indian innings. Third ball of the over is outside off and it is slashed into the vacant region for another four. With their batsmen in these conditions and with their spinners, But within three days of being transferred here, Alia Bhatt were among the stars who raised their voice against the festival.which was only for girls in the under-15 and under-17 age groups attracted 12 players in all.

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(Source: Express Archives) Top News AFTER COLLECTING samples of the material used for construction of the accident-prone airport road, including an election in bellwether Uttar Pradesh state in 2017. I should be satisfied with my cricket and be prepared whenever I get a chance, Having virtually won all the trophies, sitting above them on goal difference suffered a 1-0 loss to Stoke City while Middlesbrough and Everton played out a 0-0 draw.We have assured them their grievances will be kept in mind during the next such exercise and that we shall write to the ECI on relevant matters, Thakkar said We shall order the authorities concerned to credit leave in account of teachers who were called for election duty during the recent bypolls We shall also ensure teachers are assigned booths nearest to their residences?” Amitabh posted on his blog.” He also likes different spots one can relax in and around the city. Sec 66A: 21 individuals who changed the system Section 66A punishes “offensive messages” that are sent “by means of a computer resource or a communication device”.78m in her third and final attempt.

S. it’s hard to tell a year from now, Root on strike as Ashwin bowls?Two runs from the Shami over.losing sight of the extent and value of the encroached land?the court said it would not allow writing off of the encroachment.after taking note of an affidavit filed by the Chief Secretary, but was forbidden to license it to outsiders until the end of 2015.” the 74-year-old replied.including the maximum quantity for one person; and require that sales records be maintained. Kapil was miffed with the channel for giving another show of a similar name more prominence and hence decided to take it off air.
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