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Bhubaneswar: Senior BJP leader Shivraj Singh Chauhan on Sunday said dynasty politics was rejected in the last general elections, but the Congress did not learn from it and still wants Rahul Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi to lead the party. Chauhan said the BJP has set an example as its leaders grow in the party naturally, while the Congress is unable to move beyond a family. “I thought the Congress would learn from the poll outcome, but it is still clinging on to one family. It is surprising that the CWC still wants Rahul Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi to lead the party,” the BJP vice-president told reporters here. Also Read – India gets first tranche of Swiss bank a/c details In a resolution, the Congress Working Committee (CWC) on Saturday appointed Sonia Gandhi the interim party chief till the AICC elects a regular president. Chauhan, a former Madhya Pradesh chief minister, said political parties governed by dynasty, family and caste politics were defeated everywhere including Uttar Pradesh and Bihar in the general elections. People have also rejected the politics of appeasement in West Bengal and supported the BJP’s agenda of nationalism and development, he said. Also Read – Tourists to be allowed in J&K from Thursday It seems the Congress is facing a scarcity of leaders with quality, strength and talent, Chauhan said adding that none can save the party if it fails to choose a leader through a democratic process. Terming Rahul Gandhi as “ranchod” (one who runs away from battlefield), the BJP leader said he acted like an escapist after the Congress’ debacle in the Lok Sabha elections, leaving the party in utter despair. Gandhi had quit as Congress president on May 25 after the Lok Sabha polls debacle. The BJP leader alleged that no one in the Congress remembers former Prime Minister P V Narasimha Rao as he did not belong to the Gandhi family. He also claimed that though Manmohan Singh was made the prime minister, the “mother-son duo” of Sonia and Rahul Gandhi controlled everything. Accusing the Congress of being responsible for many problems in the country, Chauhan said Jawaharlal Nehru had committed a “sin” by introducing the Article 370 which accorded special status to Jammu and Kashmir. “Now the historic blunder committed by Nehru has been corrected by Prime Minister Narendra Modi with the revocation of the Article 370,” he said. He said the Modi government also enacted a law to put an end to the practice of triple talaq, which many Islamic countries had done away with long ago but the Congress did not do anything to stop this when it was in power.
If it seems as if the weather’s getting weirder, you’re not wrong.An index of extreme weather in Canada compiled by the insurance industry backs that up.“Yes, we see definite trends that can’t be explained by normal variability,” said Caterina Lindman of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries.The institute compiles what it calls the Actuaries Climate Index, a joint effort by insurance organizations across North America. It recently released its latest quarterly update — up to spring 2017.The index begins with a 30-year average taken from 1961 to 1990 of everyday weather conditions such as temperature, precipitation, wind speed and sea level. Thresholds are set for each of those based on the top 10 per cent of readings.For an average month, for example, about three days would be in that 10 per cent.Using data provided by the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration — one of the top American government science organizations — the index then counts how many days actually exceed that threshold. The index plots the results for every three-month period since 2016.The method reveals a slow, gradual increase in extreme weather.The overall Canadian index indicates that during the entire three decades between 1961 and 1990, extreme weather fell outside the range of normal variability only five times. In the last 10 years, however, that happened 12 times.Temperatures have been climbing.Across Canada, hot days have exceeded the normal number every quarter since the winter of 2015. The number of cold days hasn’t exceeded normal for nine years.It’s getting wetter, too. Across Canada, the average number of days with heavy rain or snow has been outside the norm since spring 2013. In Ontario and Quebec, it’s been since winter 2008.It’s harder to draw conclusions about wind for Canada as a whole. Likewise for sea level — unless you live in the Maritimes, where sea level has been higher than the normal range for the last 12 years.The findings correspond with data from Environment Canada, which suggests average summer temperatures have climbed one degree since 1970 and precipitation has increased about five per cent.Actuaries use the information in their calculation of risk as they insure lives and property, said Lindman. But they also do it to contribute to public debate.“There’s a lot of political angst around the issue of global warming and we’re trying to be neutral sources,” she said. “We’re just adding our voice.“We’re in it for the long haul, so we are concerned for the sustainability of our planet.”— Follow Bob Weber on Twitter at @row1960
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley.The Canadian PressAlberta Premier Rachel Notley says a court decision striking down the approval of the contentious Trans Mountain pipeline expansion is a national crisis – and she’s pulling her province out of the federal climate plan until Ottawa fixes it.Notley also says her government hasn’t ruled out acting on legislation it recently passed allowing it to cut oil flows both east and west to drive home the importance of Alberta’s bedrock industry to the rest of Canada.“Albertans are angry. I’m angry,” Notley told a news conference at the legislature Thursday night. “Alberta has done everything right and we’ve been let down.“The current state of affairs in Canada right now is such that building a pipeline to tidewater is practically impossible.”Earlier Thursday, the Federal Court of Appeal overturned Ottawa’s approval of the pipeline, which would have doubled the line from Edmonton to the B.C. coast and tripled the amount of oil shipped to fetch a better price on overseas markets.The panel of three judges cited lack of consultation with Indigenous groups and that the regulator, the National Energy Board, failed to address the impact on marine traffic.Trudeau said on Twitter he spoke with Notley on Thursday and “reassured her that the federal government stands by the TMX expansion project and will ensure it moves forward in the right way.”Notley called on the Trudeau government to appeal the decision to the Supreme Court; properly consult with Indigenous peoples; and, recall Parliament. She said the federal government needs to pass emergency legislation making it clear that the National Energy Board does not have to inquire into marine shipping impacts as part of its mandate, and never had to do so in the case of Trans Mountain.“The time for Canadian niceties is over,” said Notley. “We are letting other countries control our economic destiny. We can’t stand for it.”“If the federal government acts boldly and gives this crisis the attention it deserves, construction can restart early in the new year.”Until then, she said Alberta is pulling out of the national climate plan, meaning the province won’t agree to raise its current price on carbon from $30 tonne to $40 tonne in 2021 and $50 a tonne by 2022.She said Alberta’s current provincial climate plan – including its homegrown carbon tax, a commitment to phase out coal-fired electricity along with other green initiatives – will stay in place.Earlier this year, in an escalating dispute with the B.C. government over Trans Mountain, Notley’s government passed sweeping legislation allowing it to intervene in the marketplace and restrict oil flows if necessary to maximize prices while also sending a sharp message to Canadian regions reliant on Alberta’s oil.Alberta’s United Conservative opposition leader Jason Kenney has urged Notley to pursue such measures and take a tougher stand with pipeline opponents.Notley said Thursday she has not ruled out turning down the taps.“We’re going to see how things unfold over the next little while, and we look at the degree of attention that this receives from the federal government,” she said.The Trans Mountain pipeline has dominated Alberta politics in the last year and it, along with everything it represents – including Alberta’s carbon tax – is expected to overshadow all other issues in the spring election.The pipeline is also a financial lifeline for Notley’s government, which has been running multibillion-dollar deficits while avoiding introducing a sales tax or making significant cuts to the budget.Notley’s government has budgeted for increased pipeline access to drive non-renewable resource revenue to more than double to $10.4 billion by 2024 to balance the books.Earlier in the day, Kenney told reporters in Calgary that the judges who overturned approval for the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion are out of touch with the real world.“They keep moving the goalposts on what is required,” said Kenney. “This is what is creating massive investor uncertainty.“I think (judges) sometimes they write these decisions in an academic bubble not realizing the real-world consequences.”Kenney said Notley has not helped matters by prematurely celebrating the construction of the pipeline while imposing a carbon tax in the mistaken belief it would provide so-called “social licence” that would persuade environmental opponents to stand down.Political scientist Chaldeans Mensah said the ruling is a setback for the political fortunes of the NDP, which has been trailing the United Conservatives in opinion polls.“This will certainly build into the narrative from the Conservatives that the idea of social licence, which was part of the NDP push on the issue, has not borne fruit,” said Mensah of MacEwan University in Edmonton.Political scientist Duane Bratt said that while Notley cannot be faulted for the court decision, it’s still a political victory for Kenney.“This is a major blow for Notley,” said Bratt, with Mount Royal University in Calgary.He said Notley not only needs the pipeline, but requires substantial progress on it in time for the election campaign.“Whether (the federal government) appeals to the Supreme Court or whether they simply do the modifications recommended by the Federal Court of Appeal, both of those take time,” said Bratt. “And Notley’s out of time.”
NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news.IRELAND Noel Cronin gets a scrub down from fellow Cork City Fire Brigade Probationary Firefighters, Kilian Brennan and Kevin Mac Mahon ahead of their 12-hour charity car wash in aid of Cork Simon Community. Source: Clare KeoghAn investigation has been launched into the discovery of a man’s body in Co MeathFormer Justice Minister Alan Shatter has filed High Court proceedings over the Guerin Report. NAMA is selling its first retail park portfolio – for €110 million. Vision-correcting displays are being developed that will create sharp images without the need for glasses or contact lenses. [ScienceDaily] Exhausted Palestinian medics take a break after carrying wounded people injured from an Israeli strike in Shijaiyah neighborhood, into the emergency room at Gaza City’s Shifa hospital today. Source: AP/Press Association Images#GAZA: An Israeli strike on a Gaza market during today’s partial ceasefire has killed at leas 17 people.#NIGERIA: Nigerian security forces today arrested a 10-year-old child they say was strapped with explosives.#WIKILEAKS: Here’s what you need to know about the latest release from Wikileaks.INNOVATION AIB has reported a profit for the first time since the property crash.Have you seen these photos taken by Irish priest Fr Browne during WWI?On the roads today, a 23-year-old driver was killed in Dublin and a truck crashed into a shop in Dingle, Co Kerry. PARTING SHOTThe Moon might look perfectly round, but scientists now say it is actually slightly flat – and a bit bulgy. [The New York Times] INTERNATIONAL You can now find electric car plug-in points “every 60km”. Penalty points are being increased soon for some driving offences. Most senators are coming back for tomorrow’s Seanad session on Gaza – but some are on holidays.
Share Tweet Email 28,313 Views Thursday 16 Mar 2017, 6:59 PM The McDonald’s Twitter account tweeted at Donald Trump and his ‘tiny hands’ The fast-food chain says its account was ‘compromised’. Source: McDonald’s/Twitter By Rónán Duffy Short URL Source: Bradd Jaffy/Twitter Very disappointed in McDonalds for taking this down. Was really excited to see if Trump supporters were going to dare call for a boycott… pic.twitter.com/DYo5OvfKV3— Nolen Gertz (@ethicistforhire) March 16, 2017 Source: TwitterThe tweet was sent and subsequently deleted this morning but not before being retweeted more than a thousand times.Many others added their own take on what happened. 41 Comments Mar 16th 2017, 6:59 PM Coffee date → all-day breakfast → uh oh pic.twitter.com/EyFQBB43af— Bradd Jaffy (@BraddJaffy) March 16, 2017 http://jrnl.ie/3291920 McDonald’s responded to the reaction claiming that their account had been “compromised”. Twitter notified us that our account was compromised. We deleted the tweet, secured our account and are now investigating this.— McDonald’s Corporation (@McDonaldsCorp) March 16, 2017 Read: Donald Trump says he’s coming to Ireland after invite from ‘new friend’ Enda Kenny >Read: Pressure on Enda Kenny to speak out against Trump travel ban during shamrock ceremony > Source: Nolen Gertz/Twitter FAST FOOD GIANT McDonald’s has claimed its Twitter account was “compromised” after it tweeted criticism of Donald Trump and his “tiny hands”.The tweet by the McDonald’s official account was sent to Trump’s and read:You are actually a disgusting excuse of a President and we would love to have Barack Obama back, also you have tiny hands. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Ed Lenderman, 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsMIRAMAR (KUSI) – If you’re interested in law enforcement, particularly the Sheriff’s Department, the Sheriff is holding a career fair Saturday. It’s at the Miramar College Law Enforcement Training Facility from 10 to 1.We were there today for a preview. And we watched the rigorous physical training the cadets were going through. Your physical fitness is very much a part of qualifying for the academy. The physical aspects of the job are just as important as the mental.Corporal Ysidro Granillo is a Sheriff’s Recruiter. He told us, “We’re generally looking for someone who can run three miles in a reasonable time, 10 minute miles. We’re looking for someone who can do push-ups, sit-ups, who can lift their own body weight, that’s what we’re looking for.”Civilian positions you will learn about Saturday include dispatcher, crime lab tech, and mental health clinician.Dispatcher Tawna Lichtenthaler told us, “If you passion for helping the public and want to be around law enforcement, be a dispatcher.”Ten to one Saturday, The Regional Law Enforcement Training center at Miramar College. You’ll come in of Gold Coast and be directed to a courtyard. Ed Lenderman Posted: August 23, 2019 San Diego Sheriff’s Department hosts career fair at Miramar College training facility Updated: 1:54 PM August 23, 2019 Categories: Current Job Opportunities, Local San Diego News Tags: San Diego County Sheriff’s Department FacebookTwitter
Meet First-Time GRAMMY Nominee Protoje meet-first-time-grammy-nominee-protoje-evolving-reggae Email Meet The First-Time GRAMMY Nominee: Protoje On Evolving Reggae News The Jamaican singer and creative force reacts to his first nomination, the importance of honoring tradition by embracing change, and how reggae crowns connect him to musicians like Bob Marley and Black UhuruLior PhillipsGRAMMYs Feb 1, 2019 – 12:48 pm Protoje sounds urgent on A Matter of Time—fitting, of course, as the Jamaican star’s fourth album captures an artist carving a new space within the genre’s most persuasive tools: energy and elation. The album honors the genre’s deep-rooted traditions, but bursts forth into bold, bright territory, infusing pummeling hip-hop beats, sheets of orchestral jazz, and dancehall claps into transcendent party grooves.Protoje’s intense connection to his country’s music comes in part from family, as the son of Calypso king Mike Ollivierre and chart-topping Jamaican vocalist Lorna Bennett. Just as important, though, is the way the music has brought Jamaica to the rest of the world: Protoje spent 2018 on the road, sharing reggae with festival crowds like Reading & Leeds and opening for Lauryn Hill in the United States.But he isn’t an artist content to rest on his laurels—nor those of reggae as a genre. “I can evolve, and I leave myself free to do so,” he says, low-slung yet resolute. Whether traditions in fashion or music, the 37-year-old artist finds comfort and strength in constantly pushing the envelope.Protoje spoke with the Recording Academy about his first GRAMMY nomination for Best Reggae Album, his hope for a conversation with Jay-Z, and how proud he is to help make reggae a bigger part of the world conversation.What a way to start the year! This is your fourth record, and your first GRAMMY nomination for Best Reggae Album. Did you see awards as a goal when you first started out in your career? Let me tell you, I thought that my third album, Ancient Future, I thought that would have been nominated because it was groundbreaking when it came out in terms of modern reggae music. Winning a GRAMMY was definitely a goal when I started out. It’s in the back of your mind always, you know, maybe one day I’ll get that GRAMMY award, I’ll be nominated. So I guess I thought about it but I was not obsessing on it. So much has happened since Ancient Future. It was very influential. When it came out we had the biggest song in reggae of like this decade. When I didn’t get nominated, I took my mind off the GRAMMYs. I didn’t expect to get nominated on my fourth because I thought the third was the sure thing. That’s how it goes sometimes. It just works out that way. I was delighted when I heard that this [A Matter of Time] was nominated. Things happen and when it’s your time. You don’t have to worry about anything. Take your time and see what happens.That’s an amazing way to see things, and especially fitting considering the album is called A Matter of Time. What was that instant feeling when you first heard about the nomination? How did you react?My mom called and told me. We’ve been together a lot in my career, making progress. I just felt that my team, everybody was excited, and everybody works so hard for me. So it’s great to let them get that vibe and feel proud about it. I just know that I appreciate my family a lot and how they have supported me. Not every family is supportive, you know; not every parent is supportive, and I’m grateful for the ones I have, and I’m happy to make them proud. In the Jamaican music scene, there’s a lot of people who are supportive of each other. Everybody tries to support and help each other. I really like where it’s heading.RELATED: Ashley McBryde On Self-Acceptance & Why There’s Room For Everyone In Country MusicBeyond the feeling of the nomination, how are you feeling about attending the GRAMMY Awards? Do you have any idea what you’re going to feel as the awards start getting given out?For me, it’s chill just to be there. I’m a very low-key, chill person. I’m not going to be overwhelmed or too excited. I’m not going to have too many expectations. I’ll be there with some of my friends, the people on my team, and my family. I’m looking forward to seeing things I’ve never seen before—just seeing how things are done at this level. It’s all just a learning experience for me.Where did you get that low-key chill from? Is it from watching your parents in the industry? When I was seven years old, I didn’t want a birthday party. It’s just my personality. I never wanted a party, I never wanted excitement. I didn’t want to blow the candles out on the cake. I just wanted to chill out and be cool. I’ve just never been this excitable type of person. I’m just very grateful, you know? I just experience things and express myself differently. So I’m happy of course, but I don’t feel any, “Oh my God, I’m going to the GRAMMYs” kind of thing. It’s cool to be there and I’m just grateful to have been invited. I won’t be asking everybody for selfies or anything like that. That said, I’d love to have a conversation with Jay-Z. I don’t think he’ll be there this year, but I would love to have a conversation.When was the moment when you knew you wanted to be a musician, when you knew that this is the industry you wanted to pursue?I was always obsessed with music, as early as I can remember. I think when I was about 13 or 14 years old. I first said maybe I could do this as a job, maybe I could do this so I don’t have to work. I just loved being able to express myself, to spend time with myself, just thinking about ideas and writing. I didn’t need company. It would just get my mind flowing. That was the main thing before anything else, just something to do with my time and not feel agitated, bored, or uninspired.Speaking of being inspired, you recorded this album at the Tuff Gong Studios. Did knowing its legacy and its impact have any effect on your process?That’s interesting. There’s so much history, and it’s just a huge room. It’s very spacious. It left me time to be alone. It’s not one of the most popular studios in Jamaica today, it’s not where the industry goes. It’s really private, I get to take my time, and that to me has an impact on how the music comes out. It’s not rushed and not frantic.While it’s clear that your latest record honors the traditions of reggae music, it’s also perhaps your most experimental work to date, blending genres and influences—a fusion. When you set out to record the album, did you have a specific goal or outline in mind?I wanted to do things musically to push the genre further forward, to update it. Every genre of music grows and evolves, so reggae music should be no less evolved. I like to be at the forefront of change with my producer Winta James. He to me is one of the most innovative guys making music. So naturally it’s going to sound innovative. We could have easily made another Ancient Future again. But I wanted to try to do things differently and move the thing forward. I don’t worry about genres feeling too sacred. I have a commitment to myself and to those that listen to my music—or even those that don’t. My job is to make the music, to make what I like and feels good to me, and then live with whatever happens after that. I don’t feel pressure about the songs that I’m making.It’s just making the record the best way you can, taking the songs that are in your head and putting them down on record. That’s it. It’s not like I said, “Let me find a way to be different.” We listened to certain types of music, we wanted to try new stuff, and incorporate influences from everything that we do. My mind naturally works like that, and if I do something, I don’t want to spend the next two years doing the same thing all over again.Your 2018 tour spanned the world and featured so many thrilling accomplishments—Reading and Leeds, opening for Lauryn Hill. And now 2019 keeps that tour going into new continents and new opportunities. What was it like to bring your music to so many different audiences?Music has given me everything in my life—where I live, what I drive, what I eat. It has provided everything for me and my family. It’s amazing to travel the world through music. To get to tour, to see people’s reaction first-hand to the songs that you sing in your house, it’s very humbling. I’m just very grateful, and again I must say that I am grateful to be able to be living my dream.That said, performing in Jamaica is very important. Those are always my favorite shows. There’s nothing like it. Those are the core fans. Those are the people who were there from the start. Those are people excited. You know, we get to invite the youth, people get to come out and celebrate the album. I know it’s going to be crazy. The presales are going like crazy. I just must say, I am really thankful that I get the support here and people actually come out and share their vibes. Jamaican crowds chill out more. They’re not as hyped as international audiences. They don’t come out to party as much. Jamaica is very much profiling. They come out dressed super well—you know, too cool for school. They don’t dance much.What does it mean to be a Jamaican artist? Jamaica is a very blessed place, very influential in world music. I can guarantee there’s no comparison to any other place this small that has that much impact on world culture and world sound. For me, the music should be highlighted more, helped more, pushed more.RELATED: Meet The First-Time GRAMMY Nominee: Bring Me The Horizon’s Oli SykesYour performance style is incredible—and I use style intentionally, because you always look so fashionable. Can you tell me about your fashion philosophy and your clothing line?[laughs] Thank you! I think presentation has always been a thing I’ve been key on. I just do what I feel, and have an eye for what I like. My girl always tells me that. Sometimes I want to wear a shirt with shoes and pants that don’t really go together. I always like to do what I feel comfortable with. I express myself through that. It all plays together, especially with this generation, which is so audio-visual.Then how can fashion connect specifically to music? I know one big part of your fashion sense is the reggae crown. Yes! The reggae crown, specifically, is an expression of culture, another way to identify and to stand out, to carry on the tradition. It’s always been a thing in Jamaican fashion. You see it and you think of Bob Marley, Black Uhuru, and all of those guys. I grew up seeing it and thinking it was cool, and thought I was gonna rock it but do my thing a bit different now.What drives you to bring people to your label, In.Digg.Nation? And then to bring their art to the world?I always wanted to be in charge of a label and managing artists. That was that my goal for the second decade of my career, which starts on January 1st, 2020. I’ve always wanted to set up a place where young artists that are coming up can have a space to go and be creative and have a way to get their music out. So I have two artists now, Lila Ike and Sevana. They’re doing well. I’m just trying to get that going, releasing more and producing more music. Just making the industry turn more reggae. Facebook Twitter What’s next in your trajectory? Do you have plans for another album coming soon? More music, more music, more music! This year. I’m just building my studio now, so more music than usual. I won’t have to go and get studio time anymore. I don’t have to wait. If I want to record three songs tonight at 3:30, I can go and do it. So that’s going to make things happen a lot quicker.As time has passed, my perspective changes with it. I don’t have to stay to any understanding of what my path is. Times change, music changes, equipment changes, sound changes. You have to be able to move and adapt.Behind The Board: TOKiMONSTA On Creativity And Finding Common Ground Through MusicRead more
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GoAir, India’s budget carrier owned by the Wadia Group, and Malaysia-based low-cost carrier AirAsia have placed orders for 172 aircraft with Airbus as part of their fleet expansion plans. While GoAir has ordered 72 Airbus A320neos, Malaysian air carrier AirAsia is buying 100 A321neos.In a tweet, Tony Fernandes, CEO of AirAsia, said the new order will take the Group’s A320 fleet to 575. The Group’s India arm, AirAsia India, commenced operations in 2014 and currently has a fleet of six aircraft. It has a market share of about 2 percent in India, currently the world’s fastest-growing civil aviation market.AirAsia India is a joint venture with the Tata Group in which the Malaysian Group has a 49 percent stake.The two air carriers are expected to be beneficiaries of the new civil aviation policy announced by the Narendra Modi government recently. It has scrapped the 5/20 rule that was seen as an impediment by many new players from commencing international operations.We’ve just placed an order for 100 A321neo aircraft. This brings the total of A320 family ordered to 575! pic.twitter.com/6PpL5AhH75â€” AirAsia (@AirAsia) July 12, 2016Tony Fernandes, CEO of AirAsia, said that he is hoping to expand the Group’s India business in the new environment. “We are excited about India. It is a tough market… We are looking to accelerate (in India),” PTI quoted Fernandes as saying at the Farnborough International Airshow.”With the change in rule, now we don’t have to wait for five years and 20 aircraft fleet (to fly overseas),” he added.GoAir, the low-cost carrier owned by the Wadia Group company, placed orders for 72 A320neos at the air show, taking its total oder to 144, of which two have been delivered to the company.”The new A320neo provide us the competitive edge to achieve our growth targets and help us strengthen our presence in the wider region. It also reaffirms Go Air’s commitment to deliver the most modern, comfortable and excellent air travel experience to all customers as well as to strengthen the sustained positive growth and business expansion of the company,” said Wolfgang Prock-Schauer, CEO, GoAir, according to The Hindu.
Saudi foreign minister Adel al-Jubeir (C) and Arab League Secretary-General Ahmed Aboul Gheit (L) attend the Arab League foreign ministers meeting in the Egyptian capital Cairo on 17 May 2018. Photo: AFPArab League chief Ahmed Abul Gheit on Thursday called for an international probe into alleged “crimes” committed by Israeli forces against Palestinians during deadly violence along the Gaza border this week.”We call for a credible international investigation into the crimes committed by the occupation,” Abul Gheit said at the opening session of an extraordinary meeting of Arab foreign ministers in Cairo to discuss the violence.Palestinians in Gaza have been protesting for seven weeks to be able to return to their historic homes they fled in 1948 and which later became part of Israel. The violence happened on the same day that the United States opened its Israel embassy in Jerusalem.
How stealthy is the F-35 Lightning II? So stealthy that the Air Force can’t even track it!While a squadron of F-35s was running training exercises to evade surface-to-air (SAM) missiles at Mountain Home Air Force Base in Idaho recently, they ran into a serious problem- no one on the ground could see them.That of course is an awesome problem to have. To remedy it for training exercises the F-35s had to turn on their transponders so that the simulated SAM missiles could even have a chance at identifying where the planes were to hit them. “We basically told them where we were at and said, ‘Hey, try to shoot at us,’ said Lt. Col. George Watkins, the commander of the 34th Fighter Squadron at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. to the Air Force Times.Without that handicap he believes the squadron wouldn’t have suffered a single loss.“That’s a pretty awesome feeling when you’re going out to train for combat,” Watkins concluded, “to know that your pilots are in an unfair fight.”That’s good news for most one-sided modern American combat, but previous reports about the F-35’s capabilities were far less glowing. Last year it was revealed that the fighter couldn’t compete in dogfights against previous generations of fighter jets, even the 40-year-old F-16. Another big issue was that the pilot can’t move their head inside the cramped cockpit easily, as the massive new helmet was too large inside the space to see behind the aircraft. The reports have made it a controversial plane to say the least, although military officials have had nothing but nice things to say about it.Each plane costs $337 million and has a range of 1,200 nautical miles with a payload of 18,000lbs. There are 21 pilots currently ready to fly it, with three more going through final certification. The Air Force variant of it, the F35-A, was declared combat-ready on August 2. It will make an appearance at the Red Flag training exercise at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, in January 2017.The Marine Corps version, the F-35B, can hover and land vertically like a helicopter, which makes it look infinitely cooler although the vertical flight system means that it sacrifices about a third of its fuel volume.
Go back to the e-newsletterJumeirah Vittaveli in the Maldives has announced the resort’s annual Talise Wellness Month, featuring guest resident Talise Nutrition Executive Chef Gabi Kurz.Following the successful Wellness Month in 2015, this year’s event will take place from 15 March to 15 April 2016 and continues the tradition by offering guests exclusive programmes including meditation, yoga, fitness classes, special spa treatments and healthy nutrition cooking classes. To complement these wellness activities, the daily breakfast and dinner buffet at Samsara will include a Talise Nutrition corner.The resort is delighted to welcome back Chef Gabriele Kurz to spearhead the Talise Nutrition Menu. Chef Gabi is the Talise Wellness Executive Chef for the Jumeirah Group portfolio of hotels and resorts and curated the popular Nutrition Menu last year. During her residency she will launch a new Talise set menu at the resort’s fine dining restaurant Fenesse. Chef Gabi will be at Jumeirah Vittaveli from 23 to 30 March. During her stay, she will also host cooking classes and demonstrations; guests can learn how to create healthy dishes out of local and international ingredients to improve their diet not only on vacation but also when at home.Jumeirah Vittaveli’s Talise Spa and Fitness will conduct daily wellness activities throughout the month. Guest Practitioner Winnie Rode, an internationally renowned meditation and philosophy teacher and sound and music therapist, will visit the resort from 14 to 24 March. He will hold both private and group meditation classes and perform his unique singing bowl sound massages. Winnie has been teaching philosophy and meditation for more than 20 years. He began his education as a monk in a Tibetan monastery and today, his teachings are mainly based on the Dzogchen tradition.Jumeirah Vittaveli offers luxury romantic escapes and indulgent family retreats, as well as a host of land- and water-based activities, including a PADI Dive base, water sports centre, four restaurants and two bars, Kuda Koli Kids’ Club with family pool, and a Talise Spa with overwater and garden treatment rooms. With its focus on cultural connection and organic experiences, Jumeirah Vittaveli offers guests a true Maldivian island experience.Go back to the e-newsletter
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parties to follow the path of justice and fairness at the cost of alienating their bases and upsetting the founts of their power This is a symptom of the chronic weakness that marks India’s much-vaunted democracy Moving up Representatives Larry Bucshon (R-IN) and Cynthia Lummis (R-WY) are new chairs of the research and energy subcommittees respectively within the House science committee United States Government; Office of Congresswoman Cynthia Lummis High turnover is not unusual within the Committee on Science Space and Technology of the House of Representatives which ranks low on the totem pole of powerful committees Even so Representative Lamar Smith (R-TX) the new chair of the full 40-member committee has made some surprising decisions in selecting the chairpersons of the panel’s six subcommittees Chairs are one way that party leaders reward members for loyal service or simply for longevity But there appear to be other factors that carry more weight this time around Take the new head of the technology and innovation subcommittee: Representative Thomas Massie (R-KY) For starters Massie is a freshman and rookies rarely get a chance to lead a subcommittee More notable however is the fact that Massie has already snubbed the leaders of his party on two major votes—and apparently escaped the usual consequences of such rogue behavior On 3 January Massie was one of a handful of Republicans who voted against reelecting Representative John Boehner (R-OH) as speaker in a failed insurrection Instead he chose Representative Justin Amash (R-MI) a sophomore legislator well-known for his scorn of party discipline On New Year’s Day Massie parted ways with Boehner on the bitterly contested bill to blunt the fiscal cliff although in that vote he was joined by a majority of his party colleagues In a press release on his appointment Massie says his engineering background and track record as a high-tech entrepreneur "makes him uniquely suited to serve as the chairman" of the panel He wasn’t available for additional comment Smith’s choice for the research subcommittee is also raising eyebrows The chair in the previous Congress Representative Mo Brooks (R-AL) had explored the role of the federal government in supporting academic research in several hearings and had requested a study on whether government regulations have become an impediment to research productivity Although just a freshman Brooks was widely seen by science lobbyists as an emerging player in the ongoing debate over the direction of US research policy But Brooks whose district includes NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center has been stripped of his post and replaced by second-term Representative Larry Bucshon (R-IN) Bucshon is a cardiothoracic surgeon from rural southern Indiana and a political neophyte who was elected on a promise to repeal Obamacare He’s also voted for the drastic cuts in domestic spending contained in the House budgets drawn up by Representative Paul Ryan (R-WI) Bucshon declined a request for an interview with ScienceInsider But his press statement on his appointment notes "my background in science and medicine" and says it has taught him "the importance of research in improving the life of all Americans and the role it plays in economic development" Brooks was named co-pilot of the panel’s space subcommittee which will continue to be led by Representative Steven Palazzo (R-MI) And he issued a statement saying that he is "thrilled to be appointed Vice-Chairman on a committee that is so important to America and the Marshall Space Flight Center" A press release from Smith was silent on Massie’s qualifications and said only that he "look[s] forward to joining Rep Massie to advance policies that spur innovation job creation and economic growth" Smith’s statement about Bucshon’s selection was slightly more personal explaining that Bucshon was chosen "because of his extensive background in research as a physician" (A search of the National Institute of Health’s PubMed Central database found no publications under his name) The third new subcommittee chair overseeing energy is Representative Cynthia Lummis (R) Wyoming’s only member of the House Elected in 2008 and a former member of the A-level appropriations committee Lummis is a career politician—a lawyer and former state treasurer who also advised former Republican governor Jim Geringer on natural resource issues Not surprisingly given Wyoming’s role as a leading coal producer she’s a strong advocate of the fossil fuel industry and skeptical that humans are contributing to climate change Her new position is a "perfect fit" with her interest in energy policy Lummis said in a statement "In recent years we have seen a proliferation of opinions and Hollywood fiction masquerading as science" she added "As Representative to the second largest energy producing state in the country I am looking forward to the oversight responsibilities incumbent upon this subcommittee and to the task of ensuring sound science is the basis for every discussion on domestic energy production" Lost in the shuffle is Representative Randy Hultgren (R-IL) The second-term legislator has been a vocal advocate for continued federal support of basic research He’s just formed a bipartisan congressional caucus on national laboratories that reflects his interest in the continued vitality of the Department of Energy’s Fermilab in his district Hultgren has said he wants to play a bigger role on the science committee He successfully appealed a decision last month by the Republican Steering Committee to boot him from the committee which also required him to persuade Representative Scott Rigell (R-VA) to give up his seat to make room for Hultgren But despite that interest—and despite outranking both Bucshon and Lummis in seniority on the committee—Hultgren was left without a leadership position when the assignments were handed out His office had no comment which they told the Associated Press was an attempt to be 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