As all the countries were marking the World Elder Abuse Awareness Day on June 15, the report of HelpAge India released on its eve mirrored our tangential deviation from the past. Gone are those days of our lofty thoughts equating them with God; even the basic responsibility of taking care of them in their old age is often felt like a millstone. In our culture, certain tenets, mythology, etc., were used in the past to instil values and discipline in our society. Thus, in order that parents were respected and taken care of, the tenet ‘Matru devobhava; Pitru devobhava’, and the mythological story of Shravan Kumar in Ramayana, were oft repeated. Also Read – A special kind of bondShouldering a yoke with a basket hanging from each end, Shravan physically carried his blind and frail parents, to fulfil their wish of a pilgrimage. Amidst a forest en route, when he stopped to fetch water from a river to quench their thirst, the arrow of Dasharath, the king of Ayodhya, who was a good hunter and expert in hitting the target just on hearing sounds, shot him in his chest. Mistaking the sound of filling of the urn with water as an animal drinking it, he had released his arrow. Withering in pain, the devoted son spoke his touching last words to his distraught parents, ‘I am going to Heaven. I will wait for you there so that I can serve you there too.’ Before dipping themselves to death in the river, the couple cursed the king with the same fate of dying with the pain of parting of his dearest son. This poignant story conveys us the ideals of devotion and dutifulness of a son, and also the despair and suffering of parents. It is all past. Also Read – Insider threat managementNow, fortunate are those whose children sincerely take care for them, like one senior doctor, for whom his illiterate parents are like gods since it is they who had spent everything they had; sold even their meagre possessions of land, to make him a doctor. He closes his busy clinic to attend to them when they are hospitalised; steals time to make them happy by taking them to their village to spend time with their old mates. Although he keeps nurses round-the-clock for their care, he personally spends quality time with them to provide the much-needed emotional support, Of course, he is an exception, since we keep hearing about several pathetic episodes of people who are forced to live alone or are exposed to problems like lack of physical, social, emotional and financial support. Yet, most of them are proudly reconciled that their children are comfortably placed somewhere away from them, and silently suffer and depend on neighbours for help. Courtesy to such people, a famous 82-year-old writer was admitted in the ICU when he slipped and fainted in the house. His anxious wife of 75 years, waited outside all the time until their elder son reached from the US; the other son was busy elsewhere. The doctor informed the son that the patient would not survive for more than four days. Impatiently he waited, and then asked the doctor, ‘You said four days…What you have to say now?’ Everyone around was shocked. When he died after a couple of days, mechanically the son completed rituals and rushed back, caring little for his grieving mother. He was a busy man in the US! People seek greener pastures abroad for big money, and a comfortable life, free from hassles of corruption, pollution etc. In their busy lives, they have no time even to think of their parents back at home. A well-known Indian was attending a lunch hosted in his honour by a rich Indian in the US. During their casual talk, the host said, ‘I don’t know how things are in India. I came almost 10 years ago’. The guest asked him about his relatives. He said, ‘I have my mother and sister living there. I do have some relatives.’ When enquired about his father, the rich man said, ‘He died a couple of years ago.’ The puzzled guest questioned, ‘Do you mean to say that you could not visit even when your father died?’ The reply was nonchalant. ‘True. I was very busy at that time.’ Speechless, the visitor quit the party. Not everyone would think about the state of mind of their parents. Having spent all their lives and resources – time, energy, material, on their children, and having also worked even as unpaid nannies for their grandchildren, they are now decrepit. With passing years, there is a decline in the number of visitors, engagements and activities; increase in visits to doctors, and lay-offs on beds. Physically they feel, they are of no avail to their families; and their worldly wisdom, acquired over the years, is of no service to anyone in this computer age. Loneliness sets in; feeling of abandonment overwhelms them. On top of everything, they have to swallow their pride and self-esteem; they face snide, insult and abuse from their loved ones – the biggest disincentive to live on. Physical pains and mental agony join together to create a sense of helplessness – an experience of a nightmare when they are fully awake. Yet, in their obsession of love, and pride of the achievements of their children, chewing the pleasant memories of the past, they silently suffer; and kill the vacant time, which is in plenty. At the ripe age, like small children, they only long for care, love, and affection. When a woman visited an acquaintance in an old-age home and enquired about her welfare, the eighty-plus woman felt very happy, and said, ‘Great. People here are warm. We spend our time together.’ However, there was a streak of sadness visible in her countenance. ‘What about your children?’ asked the visitor. Tears rolling instantly, the old woman answered, ‘Oh. Both my sons are in Canada. Since the time my husband passed away, I have not heard from them. It is almost six years.’ Instantly holding her hand reassuringly, the fluttered visitor simply said, ‘Anyway, you are happy here. Good, I will keep visiting you.’ Then, as she rose to leave, she asked what she could do for her. ‘Can you pray for me?’ ”Sure,’ the visitor nodded. The elderly woman added in a pleading voice, ‘Then, please prays to God to change the minds of my children so that they will see me at least once before I die’. Giving a warm hug in silence, the visitor left. There are people who even do not have compunctions to exploit the frailty of elders to neglect or abuse them. It could be physical, psychological, sexual, and financial. They deny access to funds; grab their properties through theft, forgery etc., and some even eject them from homes. Sometimes there could be unintentional neglect. Yet, talking about them is a taboo, not only in India but also in most of the countries. According to the UN, 1 in 6 older people experience some form of abuse, which is a gross underestimation, because only 1 in 24 cases is reported, in part because the victims are dependents, or afraid to report, or because of cognitive and other impairments. Thus, it remains one of the least investigated types of violence and one of the least addressed in national action plans. Further, with the increase in longevity, the population of elders would be over 2 billion by 2050; double of what it is today; and the number of victims would also go up to more than 320 million. Since this social problem affects their health and human rights, it is to voice collective opposition that the UN General Assembly designated June 15 as the World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. In our country, as HelpAge India reports that elders face disrespect, neglect and even verbal abuse at the hands of their children. Yet, they choose to remain within the family ambit, seeking only a sensitisation of their children; almost 70 per cent of them primarily seek emotional support. It is only when things are totally unbearable that they move out. One inmate of a government-run old-age home says, ‘I have three daughters and one son, but none of them cares for me, which is why I am forced to stay at this place.’ The study finds, while 29 per cent of caregivers feel it is a burden to look after their elders at home, 35 per cent are not happy looking after them, and 25.7 per cent who are fatigued and frustrated even behave aggressively with them. It is significant that about 40 per cent of elders have no escape since they have no income of their own. We already have a central law, ‘Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act, 2007’, which makes it a legal obligation for children and heirs to provide maintenance to parents and senior citizens; food, clothing, residence, healthcare, and other amenities need to be taken care of. Failure to do so is a punishable criminal offence. Even properties grabbed with the false assurance of looking after them can be restored. Tribunals have been set up to tackle non-compliance and provide relief within a specified time. Yet, nothing has changed. Most of the victims and perpetrators are not even aware of the provisions. Unless there are sustained efforts and campaigns involving government agencies and civil society, things would remain the same, since it is a social problem. But, their human rights cannot be ignored. Growing in age is mandatory while growing up is optional. The country should grow up not to permit old age to become a curse. (Dr. N Dilip Kumar is a retired IPS officer and a former member of Public Grievances Commission, Delhi. The views expressed are strictly personal)
Kolkata: The state Cabinet on Tuesday approved 10 percent reservation for ‘economically weaker general caste’ in state government civil service and in educational institutions across the state.”This is a historic decision on the part of our government. The SC/ST and OBC, who are already entitled to reservation, will not get the benefit,” said state Parliamentary Affairs minister Partha Chatterjee at the state Assembly. The state government will soon bring out a notification in this regard after tabling and passing a Bill in this regard, preferably in the ongoing Assembly session. The criteria and other formalities for getting the benefit have already been discussed and will be clearly mentioned in the notification. Also Read – Centuries-old Durga Pujas continue to be hit among revellersIt may be mentioned that a few months ago, the Centre had also introduced 10 percent quota for Economically Weaker Sections (EWS), saying it was brought in to promote “social equality” by providing “equal opportunities in higher education and employment to those who have been excluded by virtue of their economic status”. During the day, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee held a meeting with the MLAs of SC/ST and tribal community at the state Assembly and took stock of development activities and other works for the communities. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaShe gave a patient hearing to their suggestions to ensure that work for the Backward Classes Welfare (BCW) department can be carried out in a more efficient manner. “The Chief Minister has instructed the concerned officials to expedite the process of disbursement of SC/ST certificates and not to dilly-dally regarding handing over the same, as these backward classes need the certificates for admission from school to university and also for jobs of state and Central government,” Chatterjee said. All Opposition MLAs attended the meeting and 37 of them belonging to different political parties offered their suggestions to expedite services rendered for the welfare of the backward classes. At present, 84 MLAs in the state among 294 belong to the SC and ST community. Banerjee also gave the nod for holding camps in the block level to fast-track the process of handing over the certificates. “The Chief Minister has given clear instructions that apart from hearing their grievances and attempting to solve them, steps should be taken for socio-economic development of them as well,” Chatterjee said. The meeting was attended by state BCW minister Rajib Banerjee and senior officials of the department. Banerjee also called for an awareness campaign regarding the various benefits for the welfare of the backward classes being provided by her government, to bridge any sort of information gap in this regard. It may be mentioned that since assuming power in 2011, the state government has issued 67.22 lakh SC and OBC caste certificates, while the number of ST certificates distributed stands at 6.9 lakh.
TORONTO – As Toronto police investigate a string of high-profile shootings, a war of words is brewing in the force’s upper echelons, with the mayor and chief on one side and the head of the police union on the other.It all goes back to a letter that Global News reported was written by veteran investigator Sgt. Mark Hayward and addressed to Mayor John Tory. The sergeant accuses Tory of being a direct contributor to the city’s gun violence by cancelling a police anti-violence strategy in 2016, the news outlet reported.Hayward says the controversial program known as TAVIS provided police a crucial tool in keeping violent street gangs at bay. He also calls Chief Mark Saunders “a puppet on strings,” which he says are being pulled by the mayor, according to Global News.In response to the letter, police have launched an internal investigation and Saunders has promised that the officer — whom he does not name — will be disciplined if they are found to have committed misconduct.In a statement Friday night, Saunders said there are “conflicting points between what has been reported in the media and what our investigation has uncovered,” but he did not expand on what those points of conflict are.He said TAVIS was cancelled as part of a modernization effort that included 32 recommendations from members of the public as well as “highly trained members of the service.”Hayward declined to comment on Saturday, citing the internal investigation.Tory released his own statement on Saturday, saying he supports Saunders and the city’s police services board “100 per cent.” The mayor’s statement blames the head of the police union for what he calls “a dangerous set of tactics.”Mike McCormack “could be a partner with us in our fight to rid our streets of the gun violence we’ve seen recently,” Tory said, adding, “Unfortunately, he has chosen not to be.”Tory accuses McCormack of holding up shift schedule changes that would allow the city to “deploy more officers where we need them.”McCormack did not mince words in responding to the mayor’s statement, calling it an attempt to distract from the surge of shootings that has gripped the city in recent weeks.“He’s deflecting towards me. Well, I got big shoulders — so be it,” McCormack said in a phone interview Saturday.“But that’s really not helping the dialogue.”Regarding Tory’s allegation that McCormack had held up changes to shift schedules that would have helped the force deploy more officers where they are needed, the union head was equally blunt.“You can’t deploy officers you don’t have,” he said.“We just don’t have the resources, and the mayor knows that.”He said hundreds more officers are needed to deal with the issues the city faces.
TORONTO — Ontario Cannabis Retail Corp. lost $42 million in the latest fiscal year, according to newly released public documents.The provincial Crown corporation tasked with online sales and wholesale distribution of recreational pot reported revenues of $64 million for the year ended March 31, 2019.However, Ontario’s consolidated financial statements show the OCRC, which operates as the Ontario Cannabis Store, racked up expenses totalling $106 million during the period. Ontario judge grants cannabis store licensing stay, rejected applicants seek review ‘Procedurally unfair’: Disqualified cannabis lottery winners file legal challenge against AGCO ‘Violation of our rules’: AGCO disqualifies seven HighLife-linked cannabis lottery winners Canada legalized cannabis for adult use on Oct. 17 last year, and the rollout was mired by supply chain issues and product shortages, which largely have been resolved in recent months.The supply shortages prompted the Ontario government to cap the initial number of retail licences at 25, but the province is in the process of increasing the number of legal pot outlets to 75 by October.The OCS announced last week that chief executive Patrick Ford would be retiring. Cal Bricker, senior vice-president of horse racing at Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corp., was named interim chief executive while a search for a replacement is conducted.
Any doubts we had that the Nexus 5 will arrive very soon have been quashed today because the smartphone made a brief appearance on to the Google Play Store.Those lucky enough to be visiting the site when it happened would have seen the black version of the Nexus 5 you see above sitting next to the Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 tablets. The URL for the phone’s page also included reference to 16GB, which seems likely to be the base model alongside a 32GB option.As for the price, the same page suggests Google intends to sell the new smartphone for $349. Google was very competitive on price when it released the Nexus 4, and the 16GB Nexus 5 actually matches what the Nexus 4 16GB model originally sold for before being reduced to $249 more recently. It’s worth pointing out there was a cheaper $300 8GB model, but it seems unlikely we’ll get that option again for the Nexus 5.When you consider the iPhone 5S sells for $649, and handsets including the Galaxy S4 and HTC One are priced around the $600 mark, the Nexus 5 is a bargain.Google isn’t cutting any corners in terms of performance to reach that price point. Inside the smartphone we expect to find a quad core 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800 processor and 2GB of RAM sitting behind a 5-inch 1080p display. It’s also going to ship with Android 4.4 preloaded and none of the crapware other Android phones sometimes include.With the Nexus 5 page accidentally appearing on the Google Play site, it seems likely we’ll get an official announcement before the week is over. Let’s just hope this time Google has enough stock to meet demand and consumers aren’t left waiting weeks to purchase the new smartphone.
A recent study into the distribution of medical and nursing staff at Greece’s cash-strapped public hospitals has found that contrary to popular belief, there is no significant shortage of doctors and that patients can get the kind of attention they need through a shakeup of the system.The study, conducted by the Institute of Social and Preventive Medicine with the assistance of Athens Medical School and the World Health Organization, found that pathology units are more understaffed than cardiological and psychiatric units and that the hospitals of Macedonia in northern Greece have the biggest shortage in nursing staff around the country, for example.The study found that while the average for the National Health System (ESY) is one doctor per two patients, there are parts of Greece, such as Piraeus and the islands of the Aegean where medical personnel is stretched much more thinly, and others, such as in parts of Attica, where there are as many doctors as there are nurses.The institute suggests that the distribution of hospital staff can be rationalized with the hiring of 3,000 new nurses with the aim of bringing the nationwide average to 2 per 1,000 residents from the current 1.79 per 1,000 residents.As far as doctors are concerned, the study suggests that transfers from hospitals that are well staffed with medical personnel to those that are struggling to meet demand should be sufficient to cover any gaps in healthcare without requiring more hirings.Source: Kathimerini Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram After an ABC Four Corners-Fairfax investigation claimed this week that CommInsure – the life insurance arm of the Commonwealth Bank – encouraged doctors to redraft medical diagnoses to avoid payouts to sick and dying people, the Turnbull government has asked ASIC to investigate the matter.The victims’ cases shown on Four Corners on Monday included that of Helen Polydoropoulos – an employee of CommInsure until she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2011. One of four million CommInsure policy holders, Ms Polydoropoulos was ‘ill-health retired’ from the bank and advised by its chief medical adviser, Dr Colin Johnston, to claim for “total and permanent disability”. Despite the doctor’s advice when it came to lodging her claim, it was rejected – on the basis that she was fit for work.Ms Polydoropoulos attempted to seek further guidance and clarification from Dr Johnston, who signed both her letter of medical retirement and the rejection letter from CommInsure, but to no avail. He refused to return her calls.After being contacted by Four Corners, the doctor said that he had acted “on the advice of specialists”, and within days CommInsure had offered a settlement to Ms Polydoropoulos.Her story is typical of the way the company put profits before the wellbeing of those insured – until forced to radically revise its decisions in light of media scrutiny.Another victim whose story was told in the Four Corners program was that of 37-year-old IT worker Evan Pashalis.Mr Pashalis made a claim against his life insurance policy when diagnosed with terminal leukaemia in 2014.Even though two doctors found he was unlikely to live more than 12 months and a third gave him a 30 per cent chance of living a year, when Mr Pashalis lodged a terminal illness claim with CommInsure it was repeatedly rejected until the investigative program contacted the bank.“They figured, well, there might be a slight chance he survives, so why pay him?” Mr Pashalis told the ABC.Assistant Treasurer Kelly O’Dwyer said that the government is seeking an urgent report from the corporate regulator into the incidents raised by the investigation.Meanwhile Shadow Financial Services Minister Jim Chalmers said the government should consider a royal commission.“There are millions of Australians who are potentially impacted,” he said. “No Australian should be treated in the despicable, appalling, inhumane way like those people featured in that program.”
Friday — 1,791 adult spring chinook, 266 jack chinook, 38 steelhead, 88,217 shad, 411 sockeye.Water temperature: 59.1 degrees. Water visibility: 3.0 feet. Streamflow: 432,680 cubic feet per second (13.74 feet at Vancouver gauge)
Vancouver and Clark County police officers were busy Sunday, investigating two incidents involving domestic violence.One incident was in the Rose Village neighborhood Sunday afternoon and the other in Orchards in the evening. Police dog teams responded both times.The first incident occurred about 4:20 p.m. at 32nd and X streets. At least five officers and a police dog entered the white house at the northwest corner of 32nd and X. They found no one at home.They were looking for a 32-year-old man with a felony domestic violence warrant, said Officer Ilia Botvinnik. He said the man is known to own weapons and police were concerned the man might have a gun. Officers used a bull horn to ask the man to come out. At about 4:40 p.m., they announced they would be coming into the house and the police dog would bite the man if he found him.After about 20 minutes in the house, the officers emerged, checked the garage and left. They had blocked off area streets.A neighbor, who asked that his name not be used, said the area generally is quiet. “No trouble at all, really,” he said. “Kinda weird.”The suspect’s name was not available Sunday night.Major responseThe second incident happened near 49th Street and 112th Avenue in the Kevanna Park neighborhood.Information was sketchy but police were called because of an assault, with a possibly armed man in his 30s, Botvinnik said.At least 10 officers were on the scene. At The Columbian’s press time, officers were searching in a wooded area near Kevanna Park, which is not far from the Washington State Patrol headquarters. No arrest has been made.Neighbor Jason Kolstad, 39, lives about a block from the Evergreen Park Apartments, where police were looking for the man.“They had a good quarter mile in all directions cordoned off,” Kolstad said. “They had a cop at every intersection. It was pretty crazy.”
Marketing and communications agency Proctor and Stevenson has launched a new flexible working policy for its 70 Bristol-based employees, to create cultural change and improve staff retention and productivity.The flexible working initiative, developed in conjunction with consultancy and recruitment firm Flexology, was implemented on Monday 11 March 2019.Aiming to give staff greater autonomy in order to better manage their time and workloads, the organisation’s commitment to a flexible working culture empowers employees to select their own working hours. This could include, for example, coming into work earlier or later to improve commutes, taking an extended lunch break, or working from home more often.Previously, the organisation operated a rigid 9.00am to 5.30pm working structure, with little opportunity for flexibility and home working only available in limited circumstances.Caroline Beardkins, HR manager at Proctor and Stevenson, said: “This new culture of flexible working will provide an opportunity for our staff to demonstrate that they can deliver what our clients need while working to less traditional working patterns.“We are keen to place Proctor [and Stevenson] at the forefront of our industry in order to secure talent to grow our team. Flexible working will help with attraction of new staff, as well as retention of our current personnel by improving fairness, reducing travel time, providing a better work-life balance and by improving trust and loyalty.”Proctor and Stevenson has also introduced new measurements to track the initiative’s effectiveness on a monthly basis, such as looking at financial improvements based around the attraction and retention of staff. Monitoring the new culture will also enable the organisation to implement improvements, if required.The move to a flexible working culture was communicated to employees via a staff meeting led by managing director Roger Proctor. Proctor discussed the culture changes and ran a question and answer session. This was followed up with an all-employee email, featuring links to a frequently asked questions page and updated staff policy information.Beardkins added: “It’s going to take some getting used to and our employees will need some time to get into the habit of updating their calendars when they are not working regular hours.“It is crucial that our managers are supportive and encouraging. Leading by example in this area will help ease the changes and embed a genuine, [organisation-wide] culture which benefits everyone.”
APJohn Wider holds up a sign becoming Muslims in the Tom Bradley International Terminal at Los Angeles International Airport, Thursday, June 29, 2017, in Los Angeles. A scaled-back version of President Donald Trump’s travel ban took effect Thursday evening, stripped of provisions that brought protests and chaos at airports worldwide in January yet still likely to generate a new round of court fights. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)A scaled-back version of President Donald Trump’s travel ban is now in force, stripped of provisions that brought protests and chaos at airports worldwide in January yet still likely to generate a new round of court fights. The new rules, the product of months of legal wrangling, aren’t so much an outright ban as a tightening of already-tough visa policies affecting citizens from six Muslim-majority countries. Refugees are covered, too. Administration officials promised that implementation this time, which started at 8 p.m. EDT (0000 GMT), would be orderly. Customs and Border Protection spokesman Dan Hetlage said his agency expected “business as usual at our ports of entry,” with all valid visa holders still being able to travel. Still, immigration and refugee advocates are vowing to challenge the new requirements and the administration has struggled to explain how the rules will make the United States safer. And in Iran, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif denounced the partial reinstatement of the travel ban as a “truly shameful exhibition of blind hostility to all Iranians” — and argued that the measure will prevent Iranian grandmothers from seeing their grandchildren in America. Zarif, who has persistently assailed the travel ban, wrote on his Twitter account that the “U.S. now bans Iranian grandmothers from seeing their grandchildren, in a truly shameful exhibition of blind hostility to all Iranians.” Under the temporary rules, citizens of Syria, Sudan, Somalia, Libya, Iran and Yemen who already have visas will be allowed into the United States. But people from those countries who want new visas will now have to prove a close family relationship or an existing relationship with an entity like a school or business in the U.S. It’s unclear how significantly the new rules will affect travel. In most of the countries singled out, few people have the means for leisure travel. Those that do already face intensive screenings before being issued visas. Nevertheless, human rights groups girded for new legal battles. The American Civil Liberties Union, one of the groups challenging the ban, called the new criteria “extremely restrictive,” ”arbitrary” in their exclusions and designed to “disparage and condemn Muslims.” The state of Hawaii filed an emergency motion Thursday asking a federal judge to clarify that the administration cannot enforce the ban against relatives — such as grandparents, aunts or uncles — not included in the State Department’s definition of “bona fide” personal relationships. Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer met with customs officials and said he felt things would go smoothly. “For tonight, I’m anticipating few issues because, I think, there’s better preparation,” he told reporters at Los Angeles International Airport on Thursday night. “The federal government here, I think, has taken steps to avoid the havoc that occurred the last time.” Much of the confusion in January, when Trump’s first ban took effect, resulted from travelers with previously approved visas being kept off flights or barred entry on arrival in the United States. Immigration officials were instructed Thursday not to block anyone with valid travel documents and otherwise eligible to visit the United States. Karen Tumlin, legal director of the National Immigration Law Center, said the rules “would slam the door shut on so many who have waited for months or years to be reunited with their families.” Trump, who made a tough approach to immigration a cornerstone of his election campaign, issued a ban on travelers from the six countries, plus Iraq, shortly after taking office in January. His order also blocked refugees from any country. Trump said these were temporary measures needed to prevent terrorism until vetting procedures could be reviewed. Opponents noted that visa and refugee vetting were already strict and said there was no evidence that refugees or citizens of those six countries posed a threat. They saw the ban as part of Trump’s campaign promise to bar Muslims from entering the United States. Lower courts blocked the initial ban and a second, revised Trump order intended to overcome legal hurdles. The Supreme Court on Monday partially reinstated the revised ban but exempted travelers who could prove a “bona fide relationship” with a U.S. person or entity. The court offered only broad guidelines. In guidance issued late Wednesday, the State Department said the personal relationships would include a parent, spouse, son, daughter, son-in-law, daughter-in-law or sibling already in the United States. It does not include other relationships such as grandparents, grandchildren, aunts and uncles. On Thursday, the State and Homeland Security departments had both expanded the range of bona fide relationships to include fiancés. Business or professional links must be “formal, documented and formed in the ordinary course rather than for the purpose of evading” the ban. Journalists, students, workers or lecturers who have valid invitations or employment contracts in the U.S. would be exempt from the ban. The exemption does not apply to those who seek a relationship with an American business or educational institution purely for the purpose of avoiding the rules. Refugees from any country will face similar requirements. But the U.S. has almost filled its quota of 50,000 refugees for the budget year ending in September and the new rules won’t apply to the few remaining slots. With the Supreme Court set to consider the overall ban in October, the rules could change again. The travel ban may have the biggest impact on Iranians. In 2015, the most recently available data, nearly 26,000 Iranians were allowed into the United States on visitor or tourist visas. Iranians made up the lion’s share of the roughly 65,000 foreigners from the six countries who visited with temporary, or non-immigrant visas that year. The new regulations are also affecting the wedding plans of Rama Issa-Ibrahim, executive director of the Arab American Association of New York. She is Syrian-American and had planned to get married this fall. While her father in Syria may be able to get a visa, her aunts and uncles may well be blocked. “I would love for them to be at this wedding, and unfortunately, they aren’t going to be able to be here,” she said, adding that the ceremony would be postponed. Share
‘Marvels’ Expands Marvel’s Podcast UniverseDamon Lindelof Starts Beef With Alan Moore Ahead of HBO’s ‘Watch… Stay on target “One day, the animals woke up. They started thinking. They started talking. They started taking revenge. Now, they’ve started building. In a city by the sea, a new power is on the rise…and they’re making an animal kingdom all their own.”ANIMOSITY: EVOLUTION #1(W): Marguerite Bennett (A): Eric Gapstur (C): Rob Schwager (L): Marshall Dillon (CA): Eric GapsturAnimosity continues its global expansion in the new ongoing series. Animosity: Evolution #1 comes to us from creator/writer Marguerite Bennett, artist Eric Gaspstur, colorist Rob Schwager and letterer Marshall Dillon through publisher Aftershock Comics. Animosity: Evolution brings us a new introduction within the series in the of the aftermath of the apocalypse. Adam and Wintermute guide us through this modern world built anew. A place where humans must have animal companions at all times and laws are made to suit both. Underneath it all, there’s still a sense of uprising at hand. A push and pull that disrupts the balance of what they’re trying to build. Animosity: Evolution #1 interrupts the harmony, mounts the tension, and creates a bit of resistance in the air, but remains unclear to what will happen next.via AfterShock ComicsMarguerite Bennett keeps her tone of tensity and revolution in her writing. She introduces us to some new players in the game but holds the same playing field. As much as a new beginning arises, Bennett’s venture into Evolution can hopefully be something that leaves the audience gripping in its seats. The last scene especially gives something of a curious look in whats to come. Evolution felt like it needed to explain a lot more than it truly needed. The script felt overwritten, leaving a lot more explained that should come across the series instead of one particular issue. That isn’t to say that Bennett’s writing isn’t poetic, but it certainly is. It didn’t gain the momentum, until the end, needed to pick this first issue up and leave me wanting more.Eric Gapstur’s art fits the world of Bennett’s entirely. He makes the world a little more incredible and stylistic with his art. Even though you’re reading about the evolution of animals, Erik’s art gives them personality beyond measure. He does a fantastic job in just the little things that you see the animals do. As well as, the mannerisms that the animals adapt to their new world. (Those hummingbirds were the cutest!)via AfterShock ComicsIn union with Gapstur’s art, Rob Schwager’s colors give you the feel of a natural and organic world. He continues his crossover adventures from the beginning of this series and brings a relaxed and open tone to this epically chaotic and changing world. The bulk of the script is evident in Marshall Dillon’s lettering. As you read the comic, your eyes don’t scan over the panels as well as you would like. I, personally, found myself getting straining in reading, having to start over and go back with the lettering presented in some of the panels.Animosity: Evolution #1 gives you a whole new cast to go through the evolution chain with. However, the story staggers in its attempt to bring out the story with extensive dialogue. Animosity: Evolution #1 is available now on Comixology and your local comic shop.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.
Kolkata: The West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) has waived the processing fees of students seeking inspection of their answer scripts under Right to Information (RTI) Act.However, for supply of certified photocopy of the answer scripts, a charge of Rs 2 will be charged for each page. The petitioner will have to deposit the money in cash against the receipt of a challan at the board office. A student dissatisfied with his/her marks in a particular subject and wanting to see the answer script of Madhyamik examination under RTI Act had to pay a fee of Rs 100 for taking photocopies of their scripts home. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: Mamata”Now the student will have to pay only the photocopy charges and no processing fee,” an official in WBBSE said. A notification in this regard undersigned by WBBSE president Kalyanmoy Ganguly has been uploaded in the website of the board. It may be mentioned that the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE) has introduced a new system, through which students who have already appeared for their higher secondary examination can apply for self inspection of their answer scripts. An online interface has been made available at the council website from July 5, through which the students can apply for self inspection of his/her answer scripts of the examination, by filling up a prescribed format. The student will be able to keep track of the latest status of the application as well. The council will make the scripts available and the student will be notified to pay a visit on a particular date.
John Prine postpones shows due to stent surgery by The Associated Press Posted Jul 24, 2019 8:03 am PDT NASHVILLE — Americana singer-songwriter John Prine is postponing several shows this summer so he can have surgery to insert a stent to prevent a stroke.A statement on Prine’s website on Tuesday said Prine’s doctors told him he had an elevated risk of stroke and he plans to have the surgery this week. Prine, who was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in June, has previously also had surgeries for lung and neck cancer.The 72-year-old has postponed his next eight shows starting with a July 28 concert at Red Rocks in Colorado through the Edmonton Folk Festival in Canada on August 11.The Grammy-winning country folk icon from Kentucky is known for songs like “Angel From Montgomery,” ”Sam Stone” and “Hello In There.”The Associated Press FILE – This June 15, 2019 file photo shows John Prine performing at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in Manchester, Tenn. Prine is postponing several shows this summer as he plans to have surgery to insert a stent to prevent a stroke. (Photo by Amy Harris/Invision/AP, File) AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
The Nicosia criminal court on Monday dismissed all of the defence’s latest objections to the submission of certain evidentiary material in the Focus corruption case, allowing the start-stop trial to move forward again.The court rejected one by one a series of objections raised by one of the defendants, Marfin Investment Group, who had argued that a digital storage device was obtained unlawfully by the prosecution and should thus not be admitted as evidence.The material was obtained from UK authorities following a mutual judicial assistance request filed by Cypriot law enforcement.It’s understood the device contains communications between some of the defendants.The defence tried to argue that a UK court should have previously issued a warrant allowing for the privacy of communications to be lifted, before handing the material over to Cypriot authorities.The court said this was not necessary, as UK authorities were merely conveying the material, not investigating.Prosecutors claim that Focus Maritime Corp was the conduit for transferring €1m to a consultancy firm in Cyprus.The consultancy firm was owned by the daughter of then governor of the Central Bank Christodoulos Christodoulou. The prosecution’s case rests on the premise that the money was a sweetener to Christodoulou so he would green-light the 2006 takeover of Laiki Bank by Greek financier Andreas Vgenopoulos, now deceased.Laiki was shuttered in 2013.Vgenopoulos, chairman of Marfin Investment Group (MIG), was initially also on the charge sheet. His name was withdrawn when he died in November 2016.The defendants in the case are: Michalis Zolotas, owner of Focus Maritime Corp and a former associate of Vgenopoulos; Christodoulou; Christodoulou’s daughter Athina and her ex-husband Andreas Kizourides; former Laiki official Michael Fole; and Focus Maritime Corp, Marfin Investment Group and ΑC Christodoulou Consultants Ltd as legal entities. You May LikeUltimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementAdd This One Thing To Your Dog’s Food To Help Them Be HealthierUltimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementUndoAngels And EntrepreneursRobert Herjavec Announce Venture Could Make You RichAngels And EntrepreneursUndoDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndo Turkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoConcern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
The Cabinet on Monday approved the hiring of 66 nurses for six months in public hospitals to reduce waiting times at first aid departments and waiting lists while increasing afternoon working hours.The government estimates that the extra staff will allow an additional 2,500 surgical interventions and 5,000 outpatients examinations to be carried out in hospitals during the afternoons. Another 15,000 patients will also be referred to the private sector for examinations such as MRI scanning. The extra hires has a budget of €11.5 million.Health Minister Constantinos Ioannou said after the cabinet meeting that the first proposal concerns the recruitment of emergency staff to support the first aid department and the second is to increase productivity with overtime work.“We hope with these measures, especially with buying services from the private sector and the overtime plan to substantially reduce the waiting lists that exist,” he said. “There will be referrals where there are currently waiting lists.”Ioannou said the emergency nurses would be allocated to all districts and said in the meantime “we are proceeding with the reorganisation of primary health care.”“This means that health centres will work in the afternoon,” he added. “Sixty-five per cent of incidents in the accident and emergency departments are not urgent and could be handled at health centres.”He explained some hospitals already work in the afternoons and it is estimated that all will do so by the end of November so patients will be able to visit them instead of using the A&E departments.Some will remain open until 8pm, he said.You May LikeYahoo SearchThe Early Signs Of Type 2 Diabetes. Search Type 2 Diabetes TreatmentsYahoo SearchUndoSecurity SaversWindows Users Advised To Do This TodaySecurity SaversUndoMBA Degrees | Search AdsMBA Programs Online – See For YourselfMBA Degrees | Search AdsUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoThe Deniz boat incident showed clearly the intentions of the Turkish sideUndoIsraeli rape suspects freed, woman who alleged assault arrested (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboola
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