first_imgOTTAWA – Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. says the country’s housing markets remain “highly vulnerable” with evidence of moderate overvaluation and price acceleration.Markets in Toronto, Hamilton, Vancouver, Victoria and Saskatoon are highly vulnerable, the national housing agency said in its quarterly housing market assessment on Thursday.CMHC’s housing market assessment gauges the overall level of risk by evaluating four problematic conditions: overheating, price acceleration, overvaluation and overbuilding.“For Canada, the housing market remains at a high degree of vulnerability,” said Bob Dugan, CMHC’s chief economist on a call with reporters.This comes after the Canadian Real Estate Association’s latest figures showed that the number of homes sold in September climbed for the second month in a row.Earlier this year, home sales across the country saw a slowdown, led by Toronto, after the Ontario government introduced measures aimed at cooling the market. Sales in September were down almost 12 per cent from the record set in March before Ontario announced its housing plan.CMHC noted Thursday that despite the recent easing in Toronto’s resale market, it detected moderate evidence of price acceleration with strong growth in home prices among all housing types.Vancouver’s housing market remained highly vulnerable, CMHC added, with evidence of moderate overheating and price acceleration, and strong overvaluation.Calgary and Edmonton also saw stronger overvaluation, due to rising inventory of complete and unsold homes, Dugan added, noting that vacancy rates in both cities have signalled overbuilding for several quarters.In its housing market outlook, which was also released Thursday, CMHC says that after a boost this year, housing starts are expected to decline by 2019, but remain close to the average level from the last five years.Sales in the existing-homes market are also expected to decline relative to the record level set in 2016, while price growth is expected to slow, CMHC says.“High house prices particularly for single-family homes and rising mortgage rates will bring about some cooling in the pace of housing market activity,” said Dugan.last_img read more

first_imgNorthern GrooveFest is a one day of fantastic local music at the Stonebridge Hotel, presented by Petron Cellular on Saturday, April 21, 2018.This year the show will feature bands from all over the B.C. Peace including local musician Adam Winn who made the top 100 in the CBC Searchlight contest and Scarlet Sway who made the top 10 ten in that same contest.The show will feature eight local bands from all over the B.C. Peace on one stage: Mostly MayerAdam Winn and BandAirik ClarkSalt and WaterTravis the FarmerRose Prairie RomanceScarlet SwayThe Montney CouleesAnd moreMusicians and bands will play throughout the evening, back to back, which means no stopping the music for at least 5 hours straight!The lineup for the event was created from an overwhelming number of expressions of interest received earlier this year.Tickets are now on sale at www.energetictickets.ca or in person at Systems Sound Source.  Tickets are only $25 in advance or $35 at the door. You can also reserve a table of 8 for $30 a ticket.last_img read more

Almost 10,000 cases and over 400 deaths due to cholera have now been reported in Zimbabwe since the current outbreak of the disease began in August, according to the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA).Nearly 500 new cases and 23 additional deaths have been reported since yesterday, with the largest increase in cases found in Budiriro and Beitbridge in the country”s south.The UN continues to support the Government respond to the outbreak through water deliveries, education programmes, procurement of medical supplies and constructing latrines.OCHA noted that more health professionals are needed to respond, given the scale of the outbreak, and that poor hygiene awareness and solid waste removal are propelling the increase in cholera infections.Cases of the illness – an acute intestinal infection caused by contaminated food or water – have also been reported in neighbouring Botswana and South Africa, and the health ministries of these two countries and of Zimbabwe have been working with the UN World Health Organization (WHO) to address the spread.WHO and its partners are responding to cases and supporting treatment centres in 26 districts, and the agency has airlifted emergency supplies from its Dubai warehouse.The agency has identified several areas where there are gaps, including detection, response organization and surveillance.It is also planning to dispatch a team – comprising epidemiologists and water and sanitation specialists, among others – to investigate and respond to the outbreak.For its part, the UN Children”s Fund (UNICEF) has over 50 staff dedicated solely to tackling Zimbabwe”s cholera outbreak. The agency is working closely with authorities and along with its partners, has asked for $9 million as part of the UN Consolidated Appeal to address water and sanitation issues. 28 November 2008Almost 10,000 cases and over 400 deaths due to cholera have now been reported in Zimbabwe since the current outbreak of the disease began in August, according to the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA). read more

MONTREAL — The merger between European railway manufacturers hasn’t ended with Alstom and Siemens, and could eventually see other players such as Bombardier joining the fold, France’s finance minister said Wednesday.Testifying before France’s economic affairs committee, Bruno Le Maire described the Franco-German railway merger as inevitable as the industry consolidates in an attempt to compete with Chinese state-owned CRRC.Pressed by the committee, Le Maire opened the door to Siemens-Alstom integrating with other players present in Europe.“I am convinced that this consolidation will integrate, at the appropriate time, Bombardier (Transportation) and the Spanish manufacturer (CAF),” he said.“My belief is that we will have an industrial overhaul in all sectors that will be much faster than we think.”The minister agreed, however, that this could raise “competition” issues since Berlin-based Bombardier Transportation has large operations in Germany and France.Bombardier (TSX:BBD.B) and Quebec’s Caisse de depot, which owns 30 per cent of Bombardier Transportation, declined to comment on Le Maire’s comments.The alliance between Siemens and Alstom announced last week would create a railway manufacturing giant with 62,300 employees in more than 30 countries. The Paris-headquartered company is expected to generate US$18 billion of annual revenues, twice as much as Bombardier’s railway division.The merger could harm Bombardier Transportation — which was reportedly in talks with Siemens earlier this year — even though some analysts believe the company could continue to do well without a partner.“In a sector where there are three powers, it is better to be one of the two (first) powers,” added Le Maire.“I prefer to be in the position of Alstom allied with Siemens rather than being in that of Bombardier today.” read more

Honolulu plans to increase its housing inspection staff to help enforce a new vacation rental ordinance.The Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported Thursday that the Department of Planning and Permitting has already rehired three retired inspectors and could add up to three more if needed.The department’s acting director informed the city council of the increase in a memo last week.The budgeted cost is $132,313 to hire the staff members at a pay rate of $24.18 per hour at 19 hours a week for up to 10 months.Unless specifically permitted, rentals of 30 days or less are illegal on Oahu except in hotel-resort zones.The department says the new hires joining the permanent staff are expected to work exclusively on short-term rental complaints and violations.___Information from: Honolulu Star-Advertiser, http://www.staradvertiser.comThe Associated Press read more

Ohio State redshirt senior guard Linnae Harper guards the in-bounds pass during the Buckeyes’ 110-80 exhibition win against Ashland on Oct. 29. Credit: Colin Hass-Hill | Sports EditorLed by 28-point performances from guard Kelsey Mitchell and forward Stephanie Mavunga, Ohio State proved to be too much for defending Division II national champion Ashland as the Buckeyes defeated the Eagles 110-80 Sunday afternoon in their first exhibition game of the season.Though Ashland stayed within striking distance early as it trailed 30-24 after the first quarter, Ohio State pulled ahead with a nine-point advantage in the second quarter and a 12-point lead in the third quarter.“We started off pretty slow in terms of transition defense,” redshirt junior guard Sierra Calhoun said. “But then after that, I feel like we kind of settled down and started getting more stops and buckling down defensively, getting more rebounds, defensive rebounds, and pushing the ball more, playing at our pace.”Mavunga, the tallest player on either team at 6-foot-3, put up 28 points and came down with 23 rebounds. Mavunga averaged a double-double last season, but her career high is 16 boards. She picked up 11 rebounds in just the first quarter.“She was a beast on the boards,” Calhoun said. “Finishing the ball well. I feel like she ran the floor really well considering she didn’t have any subs for her.”All five Buckeye starters — Mavunga and guards Asia Doss, Sierra Calhoun, Linnae Harper and Mitchell — scored double-digit points as the home team’s bench contributed just six points. Mitchell made 11 of her 18 shots and added five assists.The efficient Buckeyes shot 52 percent from the floor, compared to Ashland hitting just 37 percent of its shots. The difference was even more pronounced from beyond the arc as Ohio State nailed 10-of-28 3-pointers while the Eagles drained just 5-of-21 triples.Though Harper stands just 5-foot-8, she took advantage of Ashland’s smaller lineup and added 14 rebounds to her 17 points. Last season, Harper finished with seven double-doubles.“[Harper is] not a little one, for sure,” Mavunga said. “She has a really big presence when it comes to rebounding, defensive end, getting steals, all that stuff.”Ashland forward/centers Laina Snyder and Julie Worley powered the Eagles as they led their team with 21 and 16 points, respectively. They were the only two players to score double-digits.“I like playing [Ashland] because they’re well organized and they execute things,” head coach Kevin McGuff said. “So they really make us defend and do some things that we’re going to see once the regular season starts.”Injuries hold two players out of actionOhio State, which has just nine players on scholarship, was short-handed than it will be this season as two key players sat out with injuries.Senior forward Alexa Hart missed the game due to a right ankle sprain and wore a boot as she watched on the bench. Sitting next to her for much of the game was redshirt junior forward Makayla Waterman who missed the game due to a sore knee. “I think we’re close [to them returning],” McGuff said. “But until it actually happens, we’ll see.”McGuff said he hopes to have Hart back for the season opener, but is “not sure yet” if she will return by then. Both forwards are expected to play expanded roles with the graduation of forward Shayla Cooper and forward Tori McCoy transferring to Marquette.Due to the absence of Hart and Waterman, redshirt junior guard Chelsea Mitchell and walk-on freshman forward Savitha Jayaraman played expanded minutes. Mitchell played 15 minutes and finished with two points, while Jayaraman played her first career minutes at Ohio State and drained two free throws for her first two collegiate points.Further along this offseason than last yearLast season, Ohio State played just one opponent in an exhibition game before beginning the season: Ashland. And unlike this year, the teams played a close game as the Buckeyes came out with an unimpressive 88-79 victory.Mavunga attributed the easier victory to a better preparation for the Eagles. But also said she feels the team is further along at this point than it was last year, something Calhoun agreed with. “I feel like we’re a little better than what we expected to be,” Calhoun said. “We’re gelling really well. We don’t really have any other new players. So I feel like we all know where each other wants the ball.”The Buckeyes did not add any freshmen or transfers to its roster. Walk-ons guard Karli Cronin and Jayaraman are the only new players and are not expected to play expansive roles. McGuff also said he believes Ohio State is further along than it was at this point last season, but said that is be expected due to the team’s core returning. What’s next?Ohio State will be back in action for its second and final exhibition game Sunday as it plays host to Urbana at 1 p.m. at the Schottenstein Center. Mavunga said McGuff addressed the team after the win and rattled off three areas he wants to see improvement in the second exhibition: transition defense, winning 50-50 balls and continuing to push the pace on offense.McGuff called the transition “spotty at times and really good at times.” Ashland led Ohio State 20-19 in transition points and came down with 21 offensive rebounds compared to the Buckeyes’ 17 offensive boards. The Buckeyes open the season against Stanford at 6 p.m. Nov. 10 at St. John Arena. read more

first_img Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Children should be taught how to brush their teeth at school, Nice says Credit:Alamy  classroom We need to look after children’s baby teeth and get them started on good oral health habits as early as possibleDr Gill Davies, dental consultant and adviser on the new standards Professor Gillian Leng, deputy chief executive of Nice, said: “The risk of dental caries and periodontal disease is reduced by good oral health behaviour, such as brushing teeth with fluoride toothpaste twice a day.”This quality standard calls on local authorities to identify areas where children and young people are at risk of poor oral health and target services like supervised tooth brushing schemes to schools in those areas. “Good oral health is vital throughout our lives and we’re confident this quality standard will help focus attention on maintaining a healthy mouth.”Nice has previously said that too many parents think that brushing teeth is “trivial”.A number of schools already run supervised sessions, which help children to brush their teeth at the start and end of each day.Some critics have said the schemes have turned the state into “supernanny” and would encourage parents to think that basic childrearing skills could be delegated.But Nice said it was important to ensure children were taught the right skills early, regardless who was doing the teaching.Dr Gill Davies, consultant in dental public health and member of the quality standard advisory committee, said: “We need to look after children’s baby teeth and get them started on good oral health habits as early as possible.” Schools should teach children how to brush their teeth, health watchdogs have said, as they reveal one quarter of five-year-olds have tooth decay.New guidance from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (Nice) says teachers and school nurses should supervise teeth brushing in a bid to drive down rates of tooth decay.The advice says such programmes should be introduced in schools, nurseries and children’s centres in areas at risk of poor oral health.Tooth extraction is the most common reason for admission to hospital for children.The watchdog said 25 per cent of five-year-olds have obvious tooth decay, with an average of more than three missing, decayed or filled teeth among such children.last_img read more

…or opaque in oil?Call your Eyewitness jaded, but he’s not impressed by this application of a “Multi Stakeholder Group (MSG) for Guyana to obtain membership in the “Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative” (EITI).  The latter body, “overseeing” the “transparency” and good governance of extractive operations in some 52 countries engaged in oil, gas and mineral resources, is supposed to be a stamp of approval over our Government’s handling of our incipient oil industry.But no matter how vigilant the EITI is — and that’s a matter for debate — aren’t we locking the stable door after the (oil) horse has bolted? After all, according to our trusty Wiki source, “The EITI Standard requires information along the extractive industry value chain FROM the point of extraction to how the revenue makes its way through the Government, to how it contributes to the economy.”But in our case, all of Guyana – including key supporters of the Government – have been demanding the details of the contract, since that would determine exactly what we’re supposed to get “FROM the point of extraction”. How exactly did Trotman get to DOUBLE the rate of royalties from 1% to the underwhelmingly 2%?? He can’t have it both ways: saying on one hand that the PPP contract negotiated back in 1999 is cast in stone, yet, on the other hand, a key clause could be changed!Point of the matter is: the original 1999 Contract was time-bound, and was due for renewal by 2015 — just when the new Government COINCIDENTALLY acceded to office.The contract could’ve been renegotiated at that time – and WAS! All that talk of Guyana getting “bad name” for not accepting the sanctity of contracts is nonsense. Just as with the GTT contract — signed in 1990 and expired in 2010 — which can be renegotiated, as the Government’s doing right now. No bad name!!Your Eyewitness has a problem with the MSG, which will represent Guyana at the EITI, accepting the contract shouldn’t be shown to the Guyanese people. Whose interests are they really representing? The legislation says the MSG “shall be comprised of 4 Government Representatives; 4 Business Group Representatives; and 4 Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) Representatives.”We can understand the Government and business reps going along (businesses, after all, have to be “pragmatic”!) but the CSOs?? Shouldn’t they have dug their heels in and demanded the contract be made public as a precondition to their giving their stamp of approval to the application to the EITI?But all is not lost. Right now Guyana is merely an “EITI Candidate”; it’ll take two-and-a-half years for Validation.The people can speak in 2020!!…on new BridgeIf the Government hasn’t begun its campaign for 2020, the AFC certainly have! After a prolonged period of somnolence, they’ve suddenly found their voice, and are pronouncing on all manner of things. Even the Cummingsburg Accord – but don’t get excited – nothing substantive!! Anyhow, their Minister of Infrastructure, Patterson, announced they’ll get going next year on the fixed-span new Demerara Harbour Bridge, which the PPP had proposed.But again, don’t get too excited. What they REALLY announced was next year they’ll launch the PROCESS of starting the bridge project. And we know how long THAT can take to get it to the end, don’t we? However, there was an interesting revelation to the effect they’ll be having prospective bidders for the project be PREQUALIFIED. Makes, sense, doesn’t it? You wouldn’t want any fella with a backhoe sending in bids, would you?  This is an important and LARGE undertaking.But if PREQUALIFICATION is necessary for the bridge, why did the Government throw out prequalification for PHARMA SUPPLIES?Aren’t lives even more important than a bridge?…wishYour Eyewitness is bemused by the irony of that Marxist holdout in the PPP – Hydar Ali – fervently and ostentatiously agreeing with the British High Commissioner on the need for a change in the voting system.Aaah, how quickly we forget!! Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedOil ready Guyana submits bid to join EITIAugust 19, 2017In “Business”Public will be made aware of all oil payments to Guyana Govt – ExxonJuly 9, 2017In “Local News”Thoughtful planning needed to wisely invest potential oil revenues – U.S. AmbassadorOctober 11, 2016In “latest news” read more

← Previous Story Shock for PSG Handball in Nimes – Montpellier Handball are new leaders in France! Next Story → “VERY EASY DECISION”: Kristjan Andresson and Martin Boquist to lead Sweden until Tokyo 2020 The XXXVI Congress of the IHF is set to take place in Antalya, Turkey on November 11 and 12, with several important items on the agenda, including election of the President and other leadership positions within the Federation.It is the first time ever the Congress has been held in Turkey, after the very first event in 1946 in Copenhagen, Denmark, where Swede Gösta Björk was elected the first President. Since then, the position of IHF President has been held by three Europeans and one African – current President Dr Hassan Moustafa, who previously played on the Egypt national team, and worked as a coach and referee before joining the IHF, announced International Handball Federation in the statement on the official website.Dr Moustafa’s predecessors include Swiss Hans Baumann, who was President from 1950 to 1971, Swedish Paul Högberg, from 1971 to 1984, and Austrian Erwin Lanc (1984-2000). In 2017, no other candidate has nominated alongside President Moustafa. This means that Egyptian will level record of Baumann with at least 21 years on the TOP of world’s handball organization.The vast majority of IHF Congress events have been held in Europe, and 2017 therefore continues a strong tradition in handball’s most prominent continent.Outside of Europe, IHF Congress has been hosted by an Asian nation twice. The first Congress in Asia was organised in South Korea, in Seoul in 1988. In 2013, IHF Congress returned to Asia when the XXXIV edition was held in Doha, Qatar ahead of the 24th IHF Men’s World Championship. Africa, too, hosted several IHF Congresses, with Senegal the first to do so when they organised the event in Dakar in 1986. Since then, Ivory Coast, Egypt and Morocco have been hosts.The most recent Congress took place in Sochi, Russia, in 2015. Dr Hassan MoustafaIHF Congress read more

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Conservative New Democracy MP and former deputy health minister Gerasimos Giakoumatos, suggested this week that the Acropolis and other archaeological sites be leased to private firms in a bid to bring much-needed revenue into the debt-ridden country. In comments made to Vima FM radio station, Giakoumatos claimed that such a move would not be humiliating for Greece. “What is humiliating is that we beg for foreign funding or when a Chinese tourist in Athens finds the Acropolis closed,” he said, referring to weekend strike action by Culture Ministry employees that left museums and ancient sites closed. “Instead of cutting wages and pensions, the state could lease the Acropolis, it could lease all archaeological sites,” he said. Source: Kathimerinilast_img read more

first_imgKANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Greeting card giant Hallmark says it shouldn’t have changed the lyrics to “Deck the Halls” on a new holiday ornament that’s stirring customer backlash online.The company took heat Thursday after it began selling a miniaturized version of a tacky holiday sweater. The ornament alters the carol’s lyrics by removing the word “gay” and emblazoning the sweater with: “Don we now our FUN apparel!”Critics took to social media, accusing Hallmark of making a political statement.The Kansas City, Mo.-based company says it was surprised by the reaction and now realizes it shouldn’t have changed the wording. But a spokeswoman says Hallmark won’t stop selling the ornament.Facebook commenters said they would never again buy Hallmark merchandise and that the change amounted to the company rewriting holiday classics in the name of political correctness.Hallmark released a statement Wednesday saying the multiple meanings attached to the word “gay” meant the sweater’s lyrics would be “open to misinterpretation.”last_img read more

first_img Mobile Security Telegram Messenger Now playing: Watch this: If China was using a DDoS attack to disrupt the demonstrations, it’d be taking a similar approach to Russia, Iran and Indonesia. The governments in those countries have blocked Telegram, arguing that it was used for anti-government protests and terrorism.Telegram didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.First published at 2:49 a.m. PT.Updated at 4:08 a.m. PT: Adds more detail. 1 2:46 Share your voice Comment Inside a password-free future Tags Did China set out to disrupt Telegram? Telegram’s founder thinks so. Budrul Chukrut/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images The distributed denial of service attack that hit Telegram Wednesday came from China, the secure messaging app’s founder said. Pavel Durov’s tweet suggested that the country’s government may have done it to disrupt protests in Hong Kong.In a DDoS attack, an online service gets bombarded with traffic from networks of bots, to the point where it’s overwhelmed and legit users get frozen out. In an explanation Wednesday, Telegram compared it to an “army of lemmings” jumping the line at a McDonald’s and making innumerable “garbage requests.” IP addresses coming mostly from China. Historically, all state actor-sized DDoS (200-400 Gb/s of junk) we experienced coincided in time with protests in Hong Kong (coordinated on @telegram). This case was not an exception.— Pavel Durov (@durov) June 12, 2019 “IP addresses coming mostly from China. Historically, all state actor-sized DDoS (200-400 Gb/s of junk) we experienced coincided in time with protests in Hong Kong (coordinated on @telegram). This case was not an exception,” Durov wrote in a followup tweet.Tens of thousands took to Hong Kong’s streets to oppose a government plan that’d allow extraditions to mainland China. People are worried that it would bring the semiautonomous former British colony under the Chinese government’s thumb. These protesters relied on encrypted messaging services, which let them mask their identities from Chinese authorities, to communicate. Telegram and Firechat are some of the top trending apps in Hong Kong’s Apple store, Bloomberg noted. Out in public, some people masked their faces to avoid facial recognition systems and wouldn’t use public transit cards linked to their identities, according to Bloomberg.last_img read more

first_imgDownload AudioJuneau residents are hitting the polls on Tuesday to elect a new mayor. Two candidates are vying for the spot: Ken Koelsch  and Karen Crane. The city decided to hold the $35,000 special election after the death of Mayor Greg Fisk. Fisk died of natural causes shortly after winning last year’s election. The mayoral candidates have served on the Juneau Assembly before.last_img

first_imgIMA director Mohammed Mansoor Khan with Shivajinagar MLA R Roshan Baig and Karnataka CM HD KumaraswamyfacebookAfter IMA director Mohammed Mansoor Khan left the country leaving nearly 50,000 investors stranded, another video has surfaced on the internet in which Khan has claimed of coming back to India to clear all the mess created by his firm. Khan said that he is ready to liquidate his assets and return the money to the investors. He is also ready to cooperate with SIT.In the new video, Khan has said that IMA never cheated anyone but the company was not on stable grounds due to corruption in the central, state and local level authorities. Khan claimed that many bigwigs are involved and it is not possible to oust them. He said that he has the complete list of people who took money from him and the company for their personal benefits.He regrets leaving the country and wishes to return. He also asks Bengaluru Police Commissioner Alok Kumar to help him out. The video has surfaced after 15 days.Khan said that he wants to come back to India and wants the authorities to make ways for his return so that he can put the real story to the people and return their money. Khan also alleged that he tried to return to India ion June 14 but he could not as he was deboarded and told to contact the immigration department. When he went there, they were not available as it was time for Juma prayer.Khan said that when he left the country, there was non-verbal assets and properties worth Rs 500 crore, 120 kg solid gold and 600 kg bullion which is no more there and are missing. He also said that many of the crucial documents and gold and jewellery were moved from the company vault by some of his friends and relatives.He said that the gold and other documents were moved by his relative Nizamuddin, IMA director Mohammed Waseem, Khalid Ahmed and his son Fahad Ahmed on Friday night. He said that Nizamuddin had access to the vault along with a few other people involved with IMA.He also said that the Rs 600 crore bail-out plan was true as a bank had promised to help him but he could not do so as the alleged IAS officer had asked for Rs 10 crore. Khan could not deliver it to him at the said time due to which his NOC was cancelled.He said that he was being accused of running a Ponzi scheme which is not true. He claimed that he ran a legitimate business. “You cannot build another IMA. You have to do many regulated and unregulated activities while doing business,” he said.In the video, Khan said that he has no idea about his family, which is alleged to be somewhere in India. If he releases the names of the people involved in IMA through the video, their safety is at stake as many top shot people’s name will come out and their true face shall be revealed before the public. “Insha Allah I will come back with all the details,” he said.last_img read more

first_imgKolkata: A few miscreants stole car wheels on Wednesday night from AE block in Salt Lake. On Thursday morning, when owners of the cars noticed the theft they informed police.According to sources, two persons identified as Anand Todi and Gourav Dutta resided at AE 79 and AE 114, respectively. They usually parked their cars on the road inside the block in front of their houses. Like other days, Todi and Dutta parked their cars and went inside their homes on Wednesday night. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataOn Thursday morning both Todi and Dutta came out in order to go to their destinations in their cars. But before sitting on the car, Dutta was stunned to see that all four car wheels were removed and bricks were placed in place of the wheels. In a few metres, from his house Todi also experienced same kind of thing. Following the thefts came to notice, Bidhannagar North police station was informed. According to sources, a case has been registered and probe is on to nab the culprits. However, as there is no CCTV camera inside the block, police are facing difficulties to probe the case. A few such cases had happened in 2013 when thieves stole car wheels and some other parts by of for-wheelers by breaking window glasses. Several persons were arrested then and a lot of the stolen parts of cars were recovered.last_img read more

first_imgPictured L -R: Patrick Benhamou, Regional Manager Atout France presents Clive Scott, General Manager Sofitel Melbourne on Collins with his Gold Tourism Medal Sofitel Melbourne On Collins’ General Manager, Clive Scott, was honoured to be presented with the Gold Tourism Medal by ATOUT France’s Regional Manager, Patrick Benhamou, at an Elegant French Soiree held at the hotel recently. The Tourism Medal was created in 1989 to reward people who, through their voluntary or professional contribution as well as through the length and quality of service given, have productively contributed to tourism development in France and overseas.The medal is awarded twice a year, and Clive Scott is the only person in Australia to receive this honour.  On presenting the medal, Patrick Benhamou said, “On behalf of Sylvia Pinel, French Minister of Tourism, I am delighted to give the Gold Tourism Medal to Clive Scott, General Manager of Sofitel Melbourne On Collins, to honour and thank him for being a true ambassador and spokesman of the French Art de Vivre. For the past 20 years, Clive has contributed to the success of our French events in Australia, he delivers what he promises, with talent, precision, and above all with passion and enthusiasm.”Clive Scott has worked in the hotel industry for more than 30 years of which the last 10 have been managing Sofitel’s in both Sydney and Melbourne.  During these years, Clive has worked closely with ATOUT France hosting many events at these hotels to promote tourism to France.  He successfully organised for the famous Moulin Rouge dancers to come to Australia for the first time for the opening of the Sofitel Sydney Wentworth after a major renovation in 2005, and is a devotee to all things French, having travelled there on numerous occasions. Source = Accorlast_img read more

first_imgOTM Mumbai was an excellent opportunity for us to engage with the travel trade and reach out to many more travel partners that may have not been exposed to the Scandinavian region. It was not only very well attended but professionally organised and we hope to be a part of such opportunities in future as well.last_img

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