THE MIKE ON MUCH PODCAST IS GETTING ITS OWN TV SHOW

first_imgAdvertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment You can catch all eight episodes of Mike on Much In Conversation With…streaming on Crave starting December 21st. Advertisement Crave is turning the well-known pop culture podcast, Mike on Much, into a small-screen talk show. Called Mike on Much In Conversation With… and it will be hosted by Mike Veerman, Arkells frontman Max Kerman, and pop culture aficionado Shane Cunningham.Each episode will feature interviews with some of today’s biggest stars, like Alessia Cara, Jodie Whittaker and Noel Gallagher. Mike, Max and Shane begin each episode by sharing stories about their experiences in the industry and provide a fresh take on the latest music and entertainment news.At the end of each episode, Shane serves up a comedic treat with a segment called Digital Desserts, where he awkwardly interviews various celebs—like this hilariously uncomfortable bit with Vinny and Deena from Jersey Shore. Login/Register With: Twitter Advertisement Facebooklast_img read more

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Oppn in disarray Cong confident of winning all 13 seats in Punjab

first_imgChandigarh: The ruling Congress in Punjab is confident of winning all 13 Lok Sabha seats in the state as it faces a “faction-ridden” and “divided” Opposition in the hustings. Congress will be firing on all cylinders to take on the SAD-BJP alliance and AAP in the parliamentary polls beginning April 11. “We are seeing the opposition the way it is. Akali Dal has disintegrated and AAP has also broken into groups. BJP, within its cadres, has a lot of infighting,” said Asha Kumari, Congress Punjab affairs in-charge. Also Read – MP woman hangs herself after killing three children She exuded confidence that Congress will win all 13 seats in the state. To accomplish its ‘Mission 13’, Congress will highlight the achievements of its two-year regime and target the BJP-led Centre for its “failures” at the national level. Both Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) will highlight the “non-performance” of the Punjab government on poll promises like farm debt waiver and smart phones for youths etc. It is going to be interesting to see how SAD fares in the elections in the backdrop of expulsion of Taksali (old guard) leaders Ranjit Singh Brahmpura, Rattan Singh Ajnala and Sewa Singh Sekhwan. Also Read – Uddhav bats for ‘Sena CM’ The three floated SAD (Taksali) late last year. SAD president Badal has described the leaders as of “no consequence”. The resignation of senior leader Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa from party posts in September last year also did not augur well for SAD. It came at a time when the party was facing heat over sacrilege of religious scriptures and pardon granted to Dera Sacha Sauda chief in a blasphemy case. The SAD, which claims to be the “only custodian” of Sikh issues, has rejected the Ranjit Singh Commission report, which dealt with sacrilege incidents in Punjab. It also accused the Special Investigation Team, probing the 2015 sacrilege and police firing incidents, of implicating party leaders at the behest of Congress. The going is likely to be tough for AAP as well, which has grappled with infighting and factionalism in the state unit. It is going to be an uphill task for the party to retain the four Lok Sabha seats which it had won in the 2014 polls despite a Modi wave across the country. Senior leader Sukhpal Singh Khaira parted ways with AAP after he was ousted from the post of the leader of opposition. Khaira, along with seven other MLAs, had formed a parallel ad hoc political affairs committee and declared the party’s state unit “autonomous”, before resigning from AAP in January this year. He floated a new party — Punjabi Ekta Party (PEP). The Progressive Democratic Alliance (PDA) comprising PEP, Bahujan Samaj Party, Lok Insaaf Party, suspended AAP MP Dharamvira Gandhi-led Punjab Manch, CPI and Revolutionary Marxist Party of India (RMPI) is also in the fray. The PDA has announced seven candidates for the parliamentary elections. Besides AAP’s four seats, Congress had won three, SAD won four and BJP bagged two in 2014 Lok Sabha elections. However, in 2017 Gurdaspur bypoll, necessitated by the death of BJP MP Vinod Khanna, Congress candidate Sunil Jakhar won the seat. Polling will be held in Punjab in single phase on May 19 and results will be announced on May 23.last_img read more

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TNA MP apologizes for raising national flag

The TNA MP claimed that Tamils still want a separate state and will never accept the Sri Lankan flag.He said he was saddened by what took place at the May Day rally and apologized on behalf of his party leader. Senathirajah said that he was not on stage at the time the flag was lifted up and that it was not part of the pre-arranged program schedule. Tamil National Alliance (TNA) parliamentarian Mavai Senathirajah has apologized on behalf of party leader R. Sampanthan for raising the Sri Lankan flag at the May Day rally in Jaffna.Sampanthan was seen holding up the national flag with opposition leader Ranil Wickremesinghe during the joint May Day rally. Speaking at an event in Jaffna yesterday Senathirajah said that he received telephone calls from Tamils questioning the actions of Sampanthan, the Uthayan newspaper reported today. Earlier the Uthayan had quoted Mavai Senathirajah as telling the gathering at a May Day rally in Killinochchi that the army should withdraw from the area. read more

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The most livable city in North America is not Toronto

Time to tell your smug New York friends that they’ve made the wrong life choice: The world’s most liveable cities are generally less global capital, more regional second city, a new ranking shows.Vienna took the No. 1 spot in the Economist Intelligence Unit’s liveability ranking for the second year running, confirming that life is officially better on the banks of the Danube than it is by the Yarra River in Melbourne, which took second place.Australia and Canada dominate the top 10 with three cities each, while Osaka, Tokyo and Copenhagen complete the list. Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide are judged to offer the Antipodes’ best quality of life, while Calgary, Vancouver and Toronto are North America’s top locations.“Overall, our index remains dominated by medium-sized cities in wealthy countries,” the report notes, pointing to high-quality education, well-funded public healthcare and functional transport systems. These cities—with populations that number anywhere from 300,000 to 1 million—hit the sweet spot between overcrowded and underdeveloped.“The upsides of these cities tend to be fully realized. You get a good collection of cultural activities, you get good access to healthcare and education,” said EIU’s regional director for Asia, Duncan Innes-Ker. “But you don’t get a lot of downsides that tend to come with big cities, things like traffic congestion, crime problems and general wear and tear.”Story continues belowThis advertisement has not loaded yet,but your article continues below.Financial hubs London (No. 48) and New York (No. 58) lagged behind other domestic rivals. Hong Kong and Singapore fared better—but not much, charting at No. 38 and No. 40 respectively. Hong Kong’s ranking overlooked for now the recent political unrest, but the disruption will likely show up next year.“I think it’s probably safe to say that Hong Kong’s rating will suffer quite significantly,” Innes-Ker said.To assess living conditions, the index examines the quality of healthcare, education, infrastructure, stability and culture. Each city is graded on more than 30 factors, which are then compiled into a weighted score of between 1 and 100.At 99.1, Vienna’s 2019 liveability score is almost perfect. Melburnians and others shouldn’t feel too put out though: The scores among the top 20 cities vary by less than five points. No U.S. city made it higher than No. 22, with Honolulu ranked as the nation’s top performer.Across the board, the report points to improved quality of living, thanks to strengthened stability, as well as better education and healthcare systems—especially in emerging markets.But climate change puts these gains at risk, the report said, noting that cities such as New Delhi and Cairo have slipped down the rankings as a result of worsening pollution. Sitting right at the bottom of the list are Dhaka, Lagos and Damascus, with the war-torn Syrian capital retaining the last position for the past seven years.Bloomberg News read more

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Top UN peacekeeping official in Ethiopia Eritrea for talks on border decision

At the request of UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan, Under Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations Jean-Marie Guéhenno has travelled to the region for meetings with senior officials of both countries, and with personnel from the UN Mission in Ethiopia and Eritrea (UNMEE).According to spokesman Fred Eckhard, Mr. Guéhenno is in the region to take stock of the situation on the ground and see what can be done to move forward the implementation of the independent Boundary Commission’s decision.The Commission delivered its verdict on the delimitation of the two countries’ border to representatives of both governments on 13 April. Last month, members of the UN Security Council called for close consultations among the parties, UNMEE and the Commission on the implementation of the decision.Mr Guéhenno is scheduled to travel to Eritrea’s capital, Asmara, on Wednesday. read more

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FANTASY PLAYS Injuries mean good pricing for backup RBs

With so many season-long leagues shifting to their playoffs, lots of fantasy players are turning toward daily game — especially if they’re no longer contending for the title.And key injuries like those to running backs James Conner, Matt Breida and Melvin Gordon have created opportunities in daily fantasy without the downside seen in seasonal leagues.Here are a few situations that will be pivotal in Week 14:JAMES CONNERThe Pittsburgh running back having a strong year replacing Le’Veon Bell is out against Oakland with a sprained left ankle, creating a huge opportunity for Jaylen Samuels. Samuels is a top five value in DailyRoto’s projections at his price for both FanDuel ($4,600) and DraftKings ($3,700). While head coach Mike Tomlin indicated Conner will be replaced by a committee, Samuels has the most appeal. Samuels averaged five catches a game during his senior year at NC State and will be the first back targeted in the passing game and 2-minute offence. Samuels has outsnapped Stevan Ridley 2-1 over the previous few weeks and even with a conservative projection of 50 per cent of rushing attempts, he projects for top five value. While a “fade” or pivoting off of Samuels may be viable on FanDuel, where touchdowns are critical, he should be a staple of DraftKings cash games and tournament lineups this weekend.MATT BREIDAWith Samuels a trendy option, one name that could fly under the radar as a pivot is 49ers running back Jeff Wilson, who costs just $5,600 on Fanduel and $3,800 on DraftKings. When Matt Breida went down with an injury in Week 13 it was Wilson who emerged, playing on 73 per cent of snaps and getting 15 carries and eight catches. With San Francisco again projected to be playing from behind, Wilson could receive more checkdowns from Nick Mullens. They key to watch with Wilson will be the news around Alfred Morris and Matthew Dayes. Both were inactive last week, leading to Wilson’s large workload. If either are inactive again this week it could be a sign that San Francisco is willing to trust the undrafted free agent with a heavy workload. Like Samuels, Wilson was a strong receiver in college with over 500 yards on 70 receptions and could be particularly valuable in the point-per-reception format on DraftKings.The other benefit of Wilson is his game starting in the late afternoon window. Both FanDuel and DraftKings offer the ability to use late swaps, allowing you to edit rosters for games that have not yet started. Samuels will be the highest owned player this week and savvy fantasy owners who need to catch up to their opponents will leverage late swaps to pivot off Samuels to Wilson.MELVIN GORDONGordon projects to remain out again in Week 14 and Austin Ekeler eased any doubts about his workload in Week 13, playing on 78 per cent of snaps. Some fantasy owners may be scared off by his results, ending with just 43 yards, but his workload is encouraging with 13 rushing attempts and eight targets. On the season, Ekeler is averaging 0.35 fantasy points per snap, which is higher than a few notable names, including Christian McCaffrey, James Conner, Ezekiel Elliott, Joe Mixon and David Johnson. Ekeler is particularly attractive at a $6,700 FanDuel price and also a strong play at $6,200 on DraftKings. Look for Ekeler to provide a strong boost in a game where the Chargers have a 31-point implied team total and are 14-point home favourites.___For more daily fantasy tips and tools, visit DailyRoto: https://dailyroto.comColin Drew, The Associated Press read more

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RPM showcases game changing technology

first_imgThe RPM booth at MINExpo includes a live planning and scheduling environment using virtual reality at this year’s MINExpo. Chief Marketing Officer, Michael Baldwin said, “We are genuinely excited about what we are bringing to the mining industry. We want miners to be able to fully immerse themselves in our live planning & scheduling environment using virtual reality to experience the next generation of mining for themselves.”RPM’s Strategic Partner, SAP, has a presence at the RPM booth. Together, RPM and SAP have realised the vision that enterprise solutions, below the line in ‘operations’, will be what mining companies need to survive and thrive in the current and future challenging economic market conditions. Not only has RPM delivered six new products in the last 12 months but it has demonstrated how important an integrated mine is – below the line and above the line. SAP is a key partner and RPM showcased this industry-first collaboration at MINExpo.Baldwin continued, “MINExpo 2016, presents a platform for RPM to transport the mining industry into the next generation, virtual world of mining. A world where operations become more digitalised and connected.”RPM has been working with key partners including Modular Mining, SAP and Schneider Electric to create the experience of the next generation digital world at MINExpo. In collaboration with key partners, RPM is running a dedicated live demonstration centre, giving the mining industry the opportunity to immerse themselves into the digital mine and truly experience what is on the horizon for the industry. Baldwin continued, “We wanted to create the same experience our users have with our software anywhere, anytime. What our solutions offer is true end-to-end collaboration built on industry standards, all within a live planning environment.”Also featured in RPM’s dedicated demonstration centre at MINExpo is a live Short Interval Control demonstration in collaboration with Schneider Electric. RPM’s Short Interval Control demonstration is an example of best-in-class unification of technologies to fill a much needed gap in the mining industry.Baldwin concluded, “We wanted to users to experience the benefit of integrated systems and processes, in real time. Moving from a virtual reality Planning and Scheduling environment to assessing a mine’s financials in the palm of your hand is really quite powerful. XERAS Review mode, which will be launched at the show, provides the next level of visibility and transparency needed to make the right financial decisions, fast.”last_img read more

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Two USbased lawn care organisations fined 59926 in back pay

first_imgThe US Department of Labor has fined two US-based lawn care organisations, Super Cutz Lawn Care and Precision Cut Lawn Service, a total of $59,926 (£46,748.27) in back pay for 92 employees, for failing to pay overtime and for not keeping records of staff working hours.The Wage and Hour Division (WHD) at the US Department of Labor found in its investigation of Precision Cut Lawn Service that the Indianapolis-based organisation had misclassified some employees as managers and had therefore incorrectly considered them exempt from overtime payments, which are required under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) if employees work more than 40 hours in a work week.The organisation also paid other employees a flat rate salary, which did not take into consideration the number of hours that employees worked. This means that Precision Cut Lawn Service violated overtime requirements under the FLSA if these employees worked more than 40 hours a week without additional pay. Precision Cut Lawn Service claimed that its employees’ salaries were part of a profit-sharing model where employees received individual bonuses depending on the organisation’s revenue during specific periods.A total of 50 Precision Cut Lawn Service employees were awarded $31,905 (£24,889.09) in back pay.In a separate investigation, the WHD found that Newburgh-based Super Cutz Lawn Care had wrongly classified 42 employees as independent contractors. This resulted in employees not being paid for overtime when they worked more than 40 hours in a work week, which does not comply with the FLSA.The affected Super Cutz Lawn Care employees were awarded $28,021 (£21,859.18) in back pay.Both organisations also failed to maintain required records of the number of hours employees worked, which violated the record-keeping requirements of the FLSA.Patricia Lewis, district director at the WHD, Indianapolis, said: “Too often, as in these investigations, we find employers misclassify employees as independent contractors or exempt from overtime pay because employers don’t fully understand their obligations under the law. We encourage employers to contact the Wage and Hour Division for assistance, and to make use of the many tools we provide to help them understand the law.”last_img read more

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Alaskas first Hall of Fame teacher talks about mixing dancing and math

first_imgAlaska Public Media’s Lori Townsend talks with Bob Williams about his lenghty career in education. Williams is Alaska’s first member of the National Teacher’s Hall of Fame. (Staff photo)For a teacher who loves nurturing confidence in students as much as he loves mathematics, being the first Alaskan to be inducted into the National Teacher’s Hall of Fame was the fitting cap on nearly 30 years of inspiring young people in Alaska and other parts of the world. Bob Williams grew up in Palmer, the son of a sawmill operator who went to college to to be a petroleum engineer. That was in the 80s. When the price of oil tanked, jobs were scarce and Williams joined the Peace Corp where he found his love of teaching math in West Africa.Listen nowWILLIAMS: In Gambia the official language is English so I taught in English. When I went back to the compound it was Mandinka. And it was just a great experience and it was challenging. I started with just… all I had was basically a cement wall that was painted black and a box of chalk. Students wrote in notebooks and I had up to 55 kids in a class. So it was challenging circumstances but that’s where I started doing after-school review sessions for students and helping them study for their low-level exams and I just really found a love of teaching that has just never faded.TOWNSEND: So, how long were you in the Peace Corps, and how did you get to the point where you could teach back here in the U.S.?WILLIAMS: I taught in the Peace Corps in Gambia for two years, and then I got a scholarship to Columbia University, a Peace Corps fellowship where they were trying to attract Peace Corps teachers to come teach in New York City. Part of the conditions of that scholarship was to teach full time in New York City public schools and half-time at Columbia University to get a master’s degree in mathematics education. I taught in New York City, Brownsville, Brooklyn, Harlem and the Bronx for two years. And then I really missed Alaska, and so I came back and I taught in Nome, AK for three years. And then, once I was married and my son was born, I had a lot of pressure from my parents to move closer to where they were so I moved back to the Mat-Su Valley and have been a teacher there up until just this past January 27, when I took a job with the Alaska Department of Education with Commissioner Johnson, and now I’m the Director of Educator and School Excellence.TOWNSEND: I have read that your teaching style has been somewhat unusual in the classroom, that there’s dancing and cheering in math? Please talk a little about that.WILLIAMS: I’ve always looked for ways to build excitement and one of the things I tell everyone, and I do want students to be highly competitive and very competent in what they’re doing, but I always… I think some of the biggest and most meaningful breakthroughs I make with students is that I tell them all that I want them all to feel welcomed, valued, safe and respected when they walk in the class, no matter who they are. And I work for that. And so, I have some cheers that help… the point-slope form of the line is very important formula we use in Algebra I, but it goes all the way, we use it an awful amount in calculus. We have a math cheer that goes with that. The quotient rule dance in calculus. In geometry, we have Soh Cah Toa cheers, all those kinds of things, but if there’s something where students have struggled with it, I try and have some kind of cheering, dancing motions that go with that. And not every student is into cheering and dancing, so I try to be respectful and say, “Hey, can you at least stand up? Can you mumble a little bit?” You know. And then I have other kids; they are completely into it.TOWNSEND: So is the idea behind this level of excitement – cheering, dancing, that sort of thing – is it to take the intimidation out of what math can be for some people? Or is it just sort of helping them to remember these exercises in the future?WILLIAMS: “It’s both. A lot of times, if there’s a physical motion with something, they can help remember it. And it’s also to build a sense of community within the classroom. I do want a sense of whether you really struggle in math or whether things have come very easy for you and I need to come up with more challenging things for you to work on, we are in this together. And when you’re working in small groups, maybe you’re working in a mentor role or a helper role, but I want a sense that we work as a team, we work together and we have a sense of community.TOWNSEND: Now you’rte at the Department of Education with the state. What’s your level of concern about where we’re going to be going with education, in the next few years especially?WILLIAMS: “I’d say in terms of concern, just listening to districts and students and educators across the state, there’s a high level of concern with where the level of funding is going to be and how much we’re going to be investing in public education. What I can say is – I mentioned I grew up the son of a logger out in the Mat-Su Valley, my dad’s top salary was $26,000, and yet, I was able to, because I had a quality public school education around me, I was encouraged to go to college. And got a degree in petroleum engineering. So I think every problem we face in the state of Alaska, part of the solution is having a high quality education for all Alaska students.last_img read more

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Namma TYGR to challenge Ola Uber 10 things you need to know

first_imgNamma TYGRYoutubeFormer Karnataka chief minister HD Kumaraswamy has launched a new cab service called Namma TYGR, which is gearing up to compete with giants like Ola and Uber in Karnataka.Namma TYGR apparently aims to come as a relief to commuters who have been ripped off by other cab aggregators.This new service, which will start its operation in the second week of November, has claimed it will bring several exciting offers, including surge-free charges, to customers.Here are some interesting aspects about Kumaraswamy’s Janata Dal-Secular (JD-S)-backed cab operator.1. Cab drivers in Bengaluru held an indefinite protest in February this year against Ola and Uber over reduced earnings and incentives. Following this protest, Kumaraswamy offered to launch a new app in February.It was initially said that the service would be named HDK Cabs and start from Ugadi — the Telugu and Kannada New Year day that fell on March 28 this year.But the JD-S leader was not keen on having the cab service of the JD-S-backed cab drivers’ association named after him.2. The Uber, TaxiForSure and Ola (UTO) Drivers and Owners Association started their own company called Huli Technologies Pvt Ltd in the middle of this year, and former association president Tanveer Pasha became the MD of the company.The union joined hands with Kolkata-based startup Savetur Digital Private Limited, which owns the TYGR app.3. Savetur Digital Pvt Ltd will run and manage the business, according to a model drafted by the drivers’ union.Huli Technologies will control and supervise Savetur through their company. Kumaraswamy will be playing an advisor’s role and help raise investments for this company.4. Kumaraswamy launched the driver’s app at his residence in JP Nagar in Bengaluru on September 21, with many cab drivers and union leaders present on the occasion.The company initiated the enrolment process for drivers on September 27 and 6,000 drivers have registered with this cab aggregator so far.5. The company is initially intended to run 10,000 vehicles in Bengaluru. The drivers are reportedly being trained in groups of 15-20 at the headquarters of the company in Indira Nagar. They are being taught about app installation, downloading and other service operations.6. Namma TYGR apparently offers drivers a slew of beneficiary schemes like Rs 5 lakh insurance cover, Rs 5 lakh accidental insurance cover, Rs 2 lakh medical insurance cover and 10 emergency-patrol vehicles to support both drivers and customers 24×7 in the city.The company is also planning schemes to provide leased vehicles and housing sites to drivers.7. Namma TYGR will also reportedly offer some interesting benefits for customers. This cab service will have a fixed slab and will not have “surge pricing” or hidden charges.According to government rules, maximum rates for AC and non-AC taxis are fixed at Rs 19.50 per km and 14.50 per km, respectively.This cab service claims it will offer AC mini services at Rs 12.50 per km and AC sedan cars at Rs 14.50 per km.8. The TYGR app has presence in Mumbai, Kolkata, Ranchi and Indore. Now, this Kolkata-based startup is set to be launched in Bengaluru, which has 1.47 lakh cab drivers — majority of whom are associated with Uber and Ola.This new cab service is expected to pose a big competition for Uber, Ola, Taxi for Sure and other cab services.9. The company has reportedly raised Rs 12 crore to run and sustain its business at the initial stage, and many investors have shown keen interest in picking up a stake in it.10. Namma TYGR plans to have three-four car categories that will show up on the app.The commuter can book a mini, hatchback option at Rs 12.50 per km, another at Rs 14.5 per km, a sports sedan option at utility vehicle option at Rs 18.50 per km and an outstation cab option, Tanveer Pasha has said.last_img read more

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LTs purchase of 26 stake in Mindtree makes hostile takeover a done

first_imgA logo of Larsen & Toubro (L&T) is pictured outside its Corporate office in Mumbai. L&T’s acquisition of 26 percent stake in IT services firm Mindtree makes it eligible for a seat on the board. Reuters fileEngineering and construction giant Larsen & Toubro (L&T) is all set to make an open offer for Mindtree shares on Tuesday after acquiring 26 per cent stake in the mid-tier IT services firm. L&T added six per cent stake by open market purchase on Thursday to add to the 20 per cent it picked up from Café Coffee Day (CCD) founder VG Sidhartha and affiliates on May 1, news reports say.Even as a committee of independent directors will be deciding whether to accept the Rs 980 per share open offer, L&T will demand a seat on the board and can seek to be part of the promoter group as it is the largest shareholder, Mint has reported. The promoters together control 13.32 per cent stake after largest shareholder Sidhartha exited by selling his 20 per cent shareholding for an estimated Rs 3,200 crore.Mindtree was trading at Rs 974 on National Stock Exchange (NSE) at close on Friday after opening at Rs 980.40 and going up to Rs 982.90 before bouncing off the intra-day low of Rs 973. L&T showed some volatility and was trading at Rs 1,356.95 at the close after opening at Rs 1,359.65. The share hit an intraday high of Rs 1,362.45 and a low of Rs 1,345.25. Office of IT services firm Mindtree in Bengaluru. A challenge to the firm’s takeover by construction giant Larsen & Toubro has been all but snuffed out. WikimediaL&T will buy another 15 per cent from the open market and 31 per cent, though the proposed open offer. Investors like HDFC Life Insurance and Enam Group sold their 1 per cent and 2.2 per cent stake respectively to L&T through Axis Capital Ltd that is managing the takeover for L&T.L&T announced on April 18 that its initial goal would be to secure a 26 per cent stake in Mindtree from open market and high net-worth individuals. The company eventually wants to acquire 66.32 per cent stake in Mindtree for which it has amassed a war chest of Rs10,700 crore.The founders of the Bengaluru-based company strongly opposed the takeover bid, touted to be the biggest in the Indian IT sector, trying to counter the takeover bid with emotional appeals to shareholders. However, L&T has been quietly going about the deal, finally crossing the 25 per cent stake threshold that entitles it to make an open offer.With its 26 per cent stake, L&T will become entitled to receive a special dividend of Rs 102 crore as the Mindtree board, while declaring its annual results on April 18, announced a special dividend of 200 per cent and a final dividend of 40 per cent on every share of Rs 10 face value.last_img read more

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6 Amarnath pilgrims killed in Indias Kashmir attack

first_imgSix Amarnath pilgrims were killed and 12 others injured, including policemen, on Monday when a bus of yatris was caught in a cross fire between militants and a police party in Jammu and Kashmir’s Anantang district, police said.Inspector general of Indian police Munir Khan confirmed the toll and said 12 others were injured, including security men.The bus was carrying pilgrims back from Baltal after performing the yatra.A CRPF statement said the bus was not part of the official yatra and not registered with the Amarnath Shrine Board.The attack took place hours after the Jammu and Kashmir police claimed to have busted a Lashkar-e-Taiba module with the arrests of two persons, including Sandeep Kumar Sharma alias Adil, a resident of Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh.Senior minister in the Mehbooba Mufti-led government Nayeem Akhtar termed the attack a “dark patch in the history of Kashmir”.National Conference leader Omar Abdullah was quick to react and said: “The attack cannot be condemned strongly enough.”He added that such an attack was expected in spite of recent successes against militants by security forces. “The one thing we had all feared this year during the yatra. In spite of recent successes against militants and unprecedented force presence,” he tweeted.On Saturday, the Amarnath yatra was suspended from Jammu due to law and order situation in the Kashmir Valley which was under curfew due to the death anniversary of militant commander Burhan Wani.last_img read more

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How a controversial Muslim figure helped ignite the controversy over Rep Ilhan

first_imgAysha Khan ayshabkhan Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email Share This! Tagshomepage featured Ilhan Omar Islam Mohammad Tawhidi Top Story,You may also like Share This! Share This! News Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.,Gallup: Number of Americans who belong to a church or house of worship plummets ‘Hip-Hop Haggadah’ celebrates Jewish roots with a beat Photos of the Week August 30, 2019 News • Photos of the Week Instagram apostasy stirs controversy over Christian ‘influencers’ August 30, 2019 Share This!center_img Catholicism By: Aysha Khan ayshabkhan By: Aysha Khan ayshabkhan Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email,About the authorView All Posts As Amazon burns, Vatican prepares for summit on region’s faith and sustainabilit … August 30, 2019 Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email Share This! Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email,(RNS) — Since President Trump tweeted a provocative video juxtaposing clips of Rep. Ilhan Omar and the falling Twin Towers, Omar has faced a surge of criticism along with direct threats of violence, both online and offline.But how did a video of Omar’s comments on the 9/11 terrorist attacks, part of a speech about how Muslims should not lose their civil liberties because of the actions of extremists, explode into such a massive controversy?Credit a controversial Australian imam, little known in the U.S. until now.For three weeks, the contents of Omar’s 20-minute speech at a Council on American-Islamic Relations fundraising banquet last month went virtually unnoticed.Then a video clip about the speech landed in the path of Rep. Dan Crenshaw, who posted about it on Twitter: “First Member of Congress to ever describe terrorists who killed thousands of Americans on 9/11 as ‘some people who did something’. Unbelievable.”Crenshaw didn’t appear to have come across the clip on Fox News, which broadcast the entire speech live, nor did he seem to have come across it on a right-wing blog or news site.Crenshaw had actually retweeted a post by Australia’s Imam Mohammad Tawhidi, who had uploaded a clip of Omar’s speech to Twitter and claimed that her speech minimized the 9/11 terrorist attacks.That post from Tawhidi, a self-described reformist Shiite imam who goes by the handle @ImamOfPeace, helped catapult Omar’s comments into the right wing’s view and spurred yet another cycle of outrage over Omar.Many of Tawhidi’s critics, including some prominent U.S. Muslims from both sides of the political aisle, say that wasn’t an accident. His detractors within Muslim communities believe that Tawhidi doesn’t carry a message of peace – nor, many claim, is he actually an imam.Instead, many call him the “fake sheikh.”Ilhan Omar mentions 9/11 and does not consider it a terrorist attack on the USA by terrorists, instead she refers to it as “Some people did something”, then she goes on to justify the establishment of a terrorist organization (CAIR) on US soil. pic.twitter.com/ixP3BJfqxS— Imam Mohamad Tawhidi (@Imamofpeace) April 9, 2019Tawhidi, a verified Twitter user with more than 380,000 users following him, bills himself on the platform as a former Islamic extremist turned “Peace Advocate, Reformist Imam, Ordained Scholar (and) National Bestselling Author.”In 2016, he became the founding president of the Islamic Association of South Australia. Through the organization, which appears to have few followers or fans offline, he has positioned himself as a lone truthful voice combating Islamic extremism by championing national security, anti-radicalization, women’s rights, religious tolerance and support for Jews and Israel.He appears to have converted that organization, whose site is now down, into the Imam Tawhidi Foundation. Its website says the foundation works to achieve peace by “ideologically tackling Islamic extremism on both diplomatic and international level.”Since 2016, when Tawhidi burst into Australia’s media spotlight, thanks to his unexpected stances on those issues, the Iranian-born cleric has managed to build a significant media profile for himself on TV news and among the alt-right and anti-Muslim blogosphere. He has received endorsements from activists like author Ayaan Hirsi Ali, English Defence League founder Tommy Robinson, author Sam Harris and Infowars’ Paul Joseph Watson, all of whom normally have a more contentious relationship with Muslim communities.Tawhidi took full credit for his role in bringing attention to Omar’s comments. His post was retweeted more than 23,000 times, including by GOP Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel.“One tweet from Imam Tawhidi managed to influence the United States media for 3 days straight,” he wrote. “This is exactly why the mainstream media hates me.”Tawhidi told Religion News Service that he does not support any attacks or incitement of violence against Omar and that his criticism of her is rooted in his belief that “her agenda will lead to civil unrest.”He also criticized her ties to CAIR and what he called “her continuous bad choices of words.”In the past, Tawhidi has accused Omar of promoting Shariah, being anti-Semitic and attending “terrorism classes.”After Fox News host Jeanine Pirro claimed Omar’s hijab was “antithetical to the United States Constitution,” he defended Pirro and then posted an original poem in her honor. “She uses her voice to express / Words of truth through the press … Stay strong, Princess.”She uses her voice to expressWords of truth through the pressTo solve our world’s current messThey’ve silenced her, unlessShe stops causing them distressThey do not debate, they suppressA woman, of colour, they oppress?Isn’t that against progress?Stay strong, Princess. pic.twitter.com/R4FlwIL6Mi— Imam Mohamad Tawhidi (@Imamofpeace) March 17, 2019But in statements to RNS, Tawhidi agreed with Omar’s headline-grabbing comments.“Yes, I agree with Ilhan Omar that many MANY Muslims have been treated unfairly since 9/11, but that is not the agenda of the US government,” Tawhidi said. “The US government has been very supportive of Muslim communities through many programs and even monetary grants. We need to have a balanced view, that is all I am saying.”Tawhidi, whose father was a senior imam of Western Australia’s Shiite community, studied at Iran’s Islamic Seminary of Qom. But both the Australian National Imams Council and the Imams Council of South Australia have declined to recognize him as an Islamic leader, and a major local Islamic TV channel has disavowed him.Tawhidi says this treatment is because he does not fit into the “liberal” narrative Muslims want to promote. And many of his supporters, including right-wing and anti-Muslim political activists in the U.S. and Australia, take this condemnation of Tawhidi as evidence of Islamic sectarianism.Chloe Patton, a researcher at Australia’s RMIT University who has studied young Australian Shiite Muslims, noted in an article for the Australian Broadcasting Corp. that not only has Tawhidi gone out of his way to align himself with local white nationalist and anti-Muslim organizations, he has also made comments that appear to equate Sunni Islam with terrorism.“In Tawhidi’s black-and-white worldview, anything other than the Shia Twelver Islam that he follows is the terrorist ideology,” she wrote. ” … the majority of Australia’s Shia community does not conflate Sunni Islam with terrorism. Tawhidi’s theological outlook places him firmly on its extremist fringes.”An investigation by the Australian Broadcasting Corp. noted that he has no mosque and a handful of followers. Local Muslim leaders have condemned his inflammatory statements about Sunni Islam.Iran’s Al-Mustafa International University published a letter stating that Tawhidi had dropped out of its bachelor’s programs in 2012, contrary to Tawhidi’s public claims that he had earned both a bachelor’s and master’s degree there.After media began investigating and questioning Tawhidi’s credentials, the South Australian branch of the Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies issued a statement confirming the authenticity of Tawhidi’s credentials based on phone calls with Islamic leaders in Iran and Iraq.Tawhidi told RNS he is unaware of any controversy regarding his credentials.“My religious credentials and images of me being ordained as an Imam are on my website, although my views have changed on certain things from time to time,” he said.Some of his reformist stances are largely uncontroversial among Muslims: He says the Quran condemns terrorism, and he denounces the Islamic State group as un-Islamic. He’s also called for female muftis — certainly not a mainstream argument, but one that echoes calls made by many feminist Muslims.Other statements have made him a lightning rod.He has railed against halal food certifications. He warned about the dangers of accepting immigrants and refugees into Western countries, and called Muslims running for U.S. office “soft jihad.” Tawhidi is a vocal advocate of Trump’s travel ban, even promoting the hashtag #PrayForMuslimBan.After the fire broke out this week at the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, Tawhidi tweeted that he is waiting for the “full facts” of the incident to emerge. “So far, I’m not buying the ‘accident’ story because I am taking into serious consideration the events and dates surrounding the fire,” he wrote, offering not-so-subtle fuel to the far right’s conspiracy theories that Islamists were behind the attack.I haven’t said much about #NotreDameDeParis yet. I know. I’m waiting for the facts to come out. So far, I’m not buying the “accident” story because I am taking into serious consideration the events and dates surrounding the fire. I will do the right thing and wait. Thank you. pic.twitter.com/X8muBpuCho— Imam Mohamad Tawhidi (@Imamofpeace) April 16, 2019Tawhidi has said the Palestinian territories belong to the Jews, bucking the trend on an issue that unifies Muslims of virtually all political and national stripes.“I mean, come on, who doesn’t know this? Jesus came to Jerusalem,” he said two years ago during a public lecture at the Rotary Club of Adelaide. During the same lecture, he suggested that the Book of Bukhari — a compilation of the hadith, or sayings of the Prophet Muhammad, that is widely considered to be authentic and a holy Islamic text — should be banned in the country because “every act of terrorism is taught from that book.”He also suggested that Australian authorities should limit the construction of mosques, track who funds mosques, remove books from Islamic schools and mosques, close all Islamic schools and monitor Muslim leaders’ movements, bank accounts and lectures. He has claimed that Muslims in Australia were plotting to create a taxpayer-funded Islamic caliphate “right here, under our noses.”That claim was covered by Channel 7, the Daily Mail and other media outlets.“My father made the choice … to come to Australia because it is a non-Muslim country,” he said at the same Adelaide lecture. “Now, if we knew that after 30 years, we were going to have burqas running around, mosques being erected in every corner, and people proposing Shariah law against democracy in this country, we would not have come.”“Look, this is Australia,” he said. “You don’t like it, we’ll give you one of our kangaroos and you can hop back to where you came from.”Even prominent leaders in Muslim reformer circles, including Zuhdi Jasser and Shireen Qudosi, have criticized Tawhidi as a “charlatan.”“He doesn’t represent the values of reform,” Qudosi said in an interview on the Middle East Forum’s podcast, saying that Tawhidi’s language was “dehumanizing” to Muslims.“I would love for people to take what he says with a fat pinch of salt and not believe everything he says,” she said. Aysha Khan Aysha Khan is a Boston-based journalist reporting on American Muslims and millennial faith for RNS. Her newsletter, Creeping Sharia, curates news coverage of Muslim communities in the U.S. Previously, she was the social media editor at RNS.,Add Comment Click here to post a comment Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email By: Aysha Khan ayshabkhanlast_img read more

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first_img Share Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for iHeartMediaLogan Paul came under heavy criticism for a video he posted on YouTube depicting a dead body, apparently the result of suicide.Nearly two weeks after Logan Paul posted a YouTube video depicting an apparent suicide victim — and just over a week after he removed it and apologized — the online video platform has announced it is scaling back its relationship with the vlogging star.“In light of recent events, we have decided to remove Logan Paul’s channels from Google Preferred,” a YouTube spokesperson said in a statement to NPR on Thursday, referring to the program connecting advertisers with top-tier content producers on the site. “Additionally, we will not feature Logan in season four of ‘Foursome’ and his new Originals are on hold.”Those projects include The Thinning: New World Order, Paul’s follow-up to his 2017 feature-length film for YouTube. The launch of that sequel has also been shelved.The move represents a punishment for Paul, whose work on YouTube boasts some 15 million subscribers and — by at least one estimate — earns him up to $1.3 million a month. The vlogger violated its policies on gory content with a video showing his visit to Aokigahara, a forest near Japan’s Mount Fuji that has developed a worldwide reputation for the number of suicides carried out among its trees.During that visit, Paul discovered a person who had apparently killed themself. In the footage that followed, which blurred the person’s face, Paul and his friends stood beside the body and reacted initially with jokes and laughter. Later, according to The Verge, he spoke to directly to the camera, saying his laughter was a coping mechanism and adding: “Suicide is not a joke. Depression and mental illnesses are not a joke.”A version of the video that cut the images of the dead body can be viewed below.Logan Paul and his friends laughing and smiling after discovering a dead body pic.twitter.com/azY7EAiuC4— JhbTeam (@JhbTeam) January 2, 2018The video drew millions of views — but it also quickly drew rebukes from people on social media who said it made light of a tragic and pervasive issue. One of those people, Anna Akana, referenced the horror of her own sister’s death and added, “You do not walk into a suicide forest with a camera and claim mental health awareness.”Dear @LoganPaul,When my brother found my sister’s body, he screamed with horror & confusion & grief & tried to save her. That body was a person someone loved.You do not walk into a suicide forest with a camera and claim mental health awareness.— Anna Akana (@AnnaAkana) January 2, 2018Paul eventually took the video down and posted multiple apologies, including a video in which he said, “There’s a lot of things I should have done differently, but I didn’t. And for that, from the bottom of my heart, I’m sorry.”In an open letter posted to Twitter on Tuesday, YouTube acknowledged a “lack of communication” in its response to Paul’s video, referencing Akana’s comment and saying, “Suicide is not a joke, nor should it ever be a driving force for views.”“We expect more of the creators who build their community on @YouTube, as we’re sure you do too,” the company said. “The channel violated our community guidelines, we acted accordingly, and we are looking at further consequences.”And the note promised that “we’ll have more to share soon on steps we’re taking to ensure a video like this is never circulated again.”Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/.last_img read more

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TC party denounces federal solution

first_imgChairman of the Turkish Cypriot Democratic Party Serdar Denktash announced on Tuesday that his party was withdrawing its support for the February 11, 2014 joint declaration on seeking a federal solution issued by the leaders of the island’s divided communities.Speaking at a news conference, Denktash said the joint document, signed by former Turkish Cypriot leader Dervis Eroglu and President Nicos Anastasiades, was void and no longer binding for his party.“The negotiations process which was carried out within the framework of the 11th of February 2014 Joint Declaration is over for us. We are withdrawing our support to this document” he said.In the declaration, the leaders “expressed their determination to resume structured negotiations in a results-oriented manner”.They also agreed that a “settlement will be based on a bi-communal, bi-zonal federation with political equality, as set out in the relevant Security Council Resolutions and the High-Level Agreements” and that “the negotiations are based on the principle that nothing is agreed until everything is agreed”.Observers suggested the announcement could be related with Turkey’s position following the collapsed talks in Geneva, that a solution could not be found based on the UN parameters.Denktash, whose father Rauf was the first Turkish Cypriot leader and an unwavering supporter of partition, said that he did not want the breakaway state to become Turkey’s 82nd province.He said he will be presenting his proposals to Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci and Turkey’s Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusolglu later on Tuesday.The Turkish diplomat said he was visiting the north to determine a new roadmap following the failed talks. You May LikeFigLeaf Beta AppHow to Become Fully Anonymous Online in Less Than 3 Minutes? Better safe than sorryFigLeaf Beta AppUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoCity BeautyDo This To Fix Sagging Jowls Without SurgeryCity BeautyUndo 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

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Ayia Napa crime levels drop despite gangland shootings

first_imgSerious crime has dropped in Famagusta, along with traffic related injuries at a time when tourism has chalked up a substantial rise, Justice Minister Ionas Nicolaou said on Monday.Speaking during a visit to the district’s police HQ, Nicolaou said results relating to general safety in the area were exceptionally good.“There is a big reduction in serious crime, as well as a substantive drop of around 20 per cent in serious and light injuries from traffic incidents at a time when the area has seen a 20 to 25 per cent rise in tourism compared with 2016,” Nicolaou said, adding that the force was on a good path.The minister voiced his certainty that things were changing for the better and pledged to provide detailed data at a later stage.His visit in the area came in the wake of what appeared to be a gangland shooting in Ayia Napa that resulted in one man being hospitalised in critical condition.“The measures in place cannot cover every corner in the area,” the minister said. “When someone decides to ambush someone else for any reason it’s not something one can prevent through any measures.”Nicolaou said the incident was isolated and could not be used to judge the measures, which showed the high degree of readiness of the district’s police force.Ayia Napa has been the scene of two of the bloodiest gangland incidents in recent years which saw five people shot dead in 2012 and four others last year.The minister said these kinds of turf wars were seen in Larnaca, Limassol and Nicosia years before and were not something that happened in Famagusta exclusively.“Our effort is to clear all these cases and I think one can acknowledge the fact that the quadruple murder was resolved in a short time and not only the executioners but also the masterminds are in jail,” he said.Nicolaou added that no country in the world had succeeded in stamping out organised crime all at once “so let us not expect from our police to achieve what no one has in any country in the world.”“Heightened measures are in place and you should know that the security level is not for us to judge but the people who live in an area and the visitors.”You May LikeDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoUltimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementAdd This One Thing To Your Dog’s Food To Help Them Be HealthierUltimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementUndoYahoo SearchThese SUVs Are The Cream Of The Crop. Research Best Compact SUV CarYahoo SearchUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoOur View: Argaka mukhtar should not act as if he owns the beachUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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