Rivals San Sebastian, Letran battle for NCAA survival

first_imgQC cops nab robbery gang leader, cohort CPP denies ‘Ka Diego’ arrest caused ‘mass panic’ among S. Tagalog NPA Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Old rivals Letran and San Sebastian, with a combined 29 NCAA basketball titles, find themselves in each other’s way again in their bid to return to the Final Four in Season 93’s men’s basketball tournament.The Knights square off with the Stags in another do-or-die affair on Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. at Mall of Asia Arena, with the survivor reaching the next phase of the stepladder semifinals.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ LATEST STORIES Stronger peso trims PH debt value to P7.9 trillion The Knights are looking to sustain their late-season surge that has brought them back to relevance after missing out on the postseason last year.Letran, only two years removed from its 17th title, has faded away from the limelight as the likes of upstart Lyceum has taken the tournament by storm this year, going unbeaten in 18 games.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout“Our goal is to give Letran another championship,” said graduating player Rey Nambatac, whose resurgence has coincided with Letran’s superb play in the last two games.“But we’ve been in must-win games for the last two weeks and I think that will help us overcome San Sebastian,” Letran coach Jeff Napa said.center_img Read Next Kin of Misamis Oriental hero cop to get death benefits, award — PNP SMB-Kia trade deal on hold “The players are definitely going all-out. I’m not ready to take a vacation yet.”The Stags are also looking to make a return to the Final Four for the first time since Season 89 when the team was coached by current Lyceum mentor Topex Robinson and powered by CJ Perez, who was in his rookie year in the league.San Sebastian earned the fourth seed due to a superior quotient after a 95-64 demolition of Letran last Sept. 26. But coach Egay Macaraya expects a dogfight this time against the Knights, who stunned Arellano, 79-68, to reach this game.“It will be tough but we’re ready,” said Macaraya.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Japan ex-PM Nakasone who boosted ties with US dies at 101 Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:11’Not just basketball’: Circumcisions, pageants at Philippine courts01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games View commentslast_img read more

Maria Sharapova warns Eugenie Bouchard: My tennis will do the talking

first_imgRussian tennis star Maria Sharapova, who made a return from her 15-month doping ban earlier this month, has vowed that her tennis will do the talking when she meets Canada’s Eugenie Bouchard in the second round of the Madrid Open later today.Earlier, Sharapova was handed a wildcard entry at Stuttgart Open as she made it to the semifinals of her first tournament since testing positive for meldonium at the 2016 Australian Open.The five-time Grand Slam champion had previously also received wild cards for Madrid (May 7-13) and Rome (May 15-21) tournaments.Labelling Sharapova as a ‘cheater’, Bouchard had last week suggested that the Russian player should have been kicked out of the sport for life, instead of welcoming her with a series of wildcards for high-profile tournaments.Hitting back at Bouchard, Sharapova claimed she has had enough experience of listening such kind of things since making her breakthrough by winning Wimbledon at the age of 17 years.”I’ve been in the public eye since I was a very young girl. I’ve heard a lot of things. If everything affects you on and off the court, I think that would be a really challenging position to be in,” Sport24 quoted Sharapova as saying.”It’s not the way I think. My tennis speaks for itself, and that’s what I focus on,” she said after struggling past Mirjana Lucic-Baroni 4-6, 6-4, 6-0 in the opening clash.Despite the constant criticism following her comeback, Sharapova asserted that she doesn’t care about the same and likes to remain very much in her element.advertisement”I love being quiet about it and letting everyone around speak or have the noise. I’m very much in my element. I think it’s always great to be the person that’s kind of in control of your actions while everything around you is moving in a different way,” he added.If Sharapova manages to extend her unbeaten record over Bouchard to five matches, she will edge closer to qualifying for Wimbledon in June without the need of a wildcard from the All England Club.”I would love to be in a position to compete in that event. It’s very meaningful to me,” she added.Sharapova’s initial two-year ban was earlier reduced to 15 months following an appeal to the court of arbitration for sport, which concluded she had not intended to cheat.last_img read more

MS Dhoni retiring only speculation, no official word

first_imgSpeculation on MS Dhoni’s retirement began to grow after media reports suggested that the former India captain and legendary wicketkeeper will quit after India’s last match in the 2019 Cricket World Cup.However, India Today correspondents in England have confirmed this is only speculation and there is no official word on MS Dhoni’s retirement.Dhoni had retired from Test cricket in 2014 and stepped down as India’s limited-overs captain in January 2017. He has since been an integral memeber of India’s shorter formats teams.News agency PTI reported India’s last match in the World Cup could be MS Dhoni’s last for the country. However, there is no official confirmation.”If India qualify for the finals and go on to win the World Cup on July 14 at the Lord’s, it would be ideal setting for a fitting farewell to one of the legends of Indian cricket,” a PTI report said on Wednesday.”You never know with MS Dhoni. But it is unlikely that he will continue to play for India after this World Cup. But since his decisions to quit captaincy from the three formats have been taken so suddenly, it is very difficult to predict at the moment,” PTI quoted a senior BCCI official on condition of anonymity.The PTI report also said there was no word on Dhoni’s retirement from either the team management or BCCI.”However, with India qualifying for the semi-finals at the World Cup here, neither the team management nor the BCCI wants to talk about sensitive issue,” the PTI report stated.advertisementIn 8 matches so far in the World Cup, Dhoni has scored 223 runs in 7 innings at a strike rate of 93. However, he has taken flak for his inability to rotate strike and some said his innings have lacked intent.Here is what the PTI story further said: “With the likes of Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly also being critical of his approach, the team management knows only too well that they can’t carry their “beloved captain” beyond the marquee tournament.”His on-field contribution is still immense as every player who has appeared for media interactions has pointed out”.”The team management had to take a call in 2017 after the Champions Trophy. They decided that they will invest another two years in Dhoni till the 2019 World Cup. India have reached the semi-finals despite his lukewarm performances so he has been carefully shielded,” PTI quoted a India player as saying. “No one can ask him to retire but obviously he has got the drift that post World Cup, things won’t be the same,” he said.@msdhoni hello Sir, I am hearing too much about your retirement frm sources after WC I must tell you that there is no one other then you who can control the players in ground and play like Bhisma Pita. We want you to continue for atleast next worldcup and train someone like you.veer (@veer38911255) July 3, 2019And, this my friend, is no beauty of Indian cricket fans’. It’s sheer impatience & lack of perspective in your little minds. This we love & so we can hate’ phenomenon is absurd & insulting. You can’t start a retirement campaign’ every time a cricketer has an off day. @msdhoniNOOPUR (@XHeyWaitXItsMe) July 3, 2019Dhoni is a towering central part of the whole thinking in the Indian dressing room. He contributes & scores even when not scoring runs!Those who know cricket understand his presence,those who demand his retirement are ‘Online Lala Amarnaths’ ~#KingKohli @msdhoni #INDvsWI pic.twitter.com/LF3QI9KKblmukesh vig (@vigmukesh) June 27, 2019Why everyoneis blaming @msdhoniHe has contributed today and always. These r the last few matches of Dhoni assuming that he’s retiring @ end of the Worldcup.An era is going to end. Enjoy his presence while we’canAnother Dhoni Impossible!#ICCWorldCup2019 #DhoniForever#INDvBANNaman Mukhi (@naman_mukhi) July 2, 2019Also Read | MS Dhoni did what was right for the team, says Sachin TendulkarAlso Read | India vs Bangladesh: Fans slam MS Dhoni over another disappointing batting showAlso Read | Surprised that there are questions on Dhoni’s batting everyday: Sanjay Bangarlast_img read more

4-Star Penn State Commit Shane Simmons Tweets Turtle Emoji, PSU Fans Freak Out

first_imgShane Simmons Tweets an image of a turtle.Shane Simmons TweetThe college football recruiting Twitter world is a place full of top-10 lists, little humility and cryptic emojis. Avoid it at all costs, if you can. There are times when you can’t avoid it, though. Like when a recruit committed to a school tweets something about another school, causing a semi-freakout among fan bases. That happened today. Shane Simmons, a four-star linebacker in the 2016 class committed to Penn State, tweeted a turtle emoji, something often used by Maryland players and fans. — Shane Simmons (@Shizzeee_) May 17, 2015 He then retweeted the following tweet from four-star quarterback Dwayne Haskins Jr., who committed to Maryland on Friday.#ShizzeeeToUMD @Shizzeee_— Dwayne Haskins, Jr. (@dh_simba7) May 17, 2015 Then Penn State fans reacted. @Shizzeee_ Booooooo!!!— E (@We_Are_Penn_St) May 17, 2015 @Shizzeee_ what’s up with the turtle emoji— Justin Muffley (@muffley10) May 17, 2015 @Shizzeee_ PSU is where it’s at— Justin Muffley (@muffley10) May 17, 2015 @Shizzeee_ He’s making fun of them…they don’t even realize it.— Brian Richards (@fuzz3307) May 17, 2015 @We_Are_Penn_St @Shizzeee_ hes making fun of Maryland lol— David (@DFi5her) May 17, 2015 @Shizzeee_ #TheMovement pic.twitter.com/9pvCyGJfZD— SaulGoodman (@Linebacker_U) May 17, 2015 @dh_simba7 @Shizzeee_ Hells No! Let every man decide his path and do not judge or scorn him for it. #WeAre!!— R. Robert Garcia (@TexasTrinity) May 17, 2015 @dh_simba7 @Shizzeee_ why would he want to play for a bunch of losers. What has Maryland ever won. Oh yeah they win at disrespect— Andrew Ball (@PhileePhan) May 17, 2015 Simmons was considering Maryland at the time of his commitment to Penn State. Now that Haskins is on board with the Terps, many recruiting analysts believe other top in-state prospects will follow. Simmons, a Hyattsville, Md., native, could be one of them.last_img read more

Traffic Advisory Cape Breton Regional Municipality

first_imgCAPE BRETON REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Highway 125 Blasting Delays The blasting scheduled for 1 p.m., today, Oct. 11, on Highway 125 between Exits 7 and 8 is being moved to 2 p.m. because of the weather. The highway is expected to be closed no longer than 20 minutes and drivers should be prepared for delays or use alternate routes if possible. Blasting closures are also scheduled for Friday and Saturday at 1 p.m. -30-last_img

Decrease your odds of acquiring cancer — the disease of probability

Cancer is a disease that develops within an individual rather than being delivered from without. Thus, it is a disease which one ‘makes’ rather than one ‘gets’. On Saturday, Sept. 18 at 10 a.m., Prof. Emeritus Don Ursino will present a lecture on “Cancer: a disease of probability”. Ursino’s lecture will focus briefly on the major events involved in the ‘making’ of cancer as well as some of the important factors that influence these events. He will discuss some of the misconceptions that exist regarding the disease, some of which are still being communicated by national organizations. Through his understanding of the biology of cancer, he will explain why cancer must be viewed as a ‘disease of probability.’Ursino explains that “since cancer is not an infectious disease, you cannot really prevent cancer. But, based on your personal characteristics, lifestyle choices, and your genetics, you may be able to decrease your probability of acquiring cancer.”If there’s one thing he misses about Brock, it’s the constant mental stimulation of being in a learning environment. “I love teaching,” he explains. “It can be a very creative endeavour trying to foster learning in students.”Ursino is excited to return to Brock and is “looking forward to seeing any students [he] previously taught.”To register for his lecture on Cancer: a disease of probability, visit brocku.ca/brock-days/register***About Prof. Emeritus Don UrsinoUrsino was a member of Brock’s Biology Department from 1969 until his retirement in December 2000, during which time he was primarily identified with the teaching of plant physiology and evolutionary botany. Outside the department, he was a frequent contributor to the Grade 12, Liberal Studies, and Concurrent Science Education programs. His major contact with students, however, came from the many years he participated in the biology course for non-science majors and in the bioethics course he taught with Prof. George Nathan. In total, it’s estimated that Ursino taught more than 19,000 Brock students. During his tenure at Brock, Ursino was the recipient of three awards for excellence in teaching, including the national 3M Award, and awards from the Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Association and the Brock University Alumni Association.In retirement, Ursino continues to pursue his love of learning by independently researching topics he loves, like cancer, contemporary culture and history. He also presents at eight-to-10 invited speaking engagements a year. To stay healthy and active, Ursino runs, cycles and gardens. He also sings with the Avanti Chamber Singers, presides over the Brock University Retirees Association, and is nicely distracted by his four children, five grandchildren, and his wife Anne, with whom he celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in July. read more

Have you SEEN this pen that writes in 3D

first_imgWe would never get ANY work done if we owned one of these. (Pic: 3Doodler)Tumblr of the Day: Pictures of Hipsters Taking Pictures of Food>Great news! Beer is not responsible for your belly> SO IMAGINE IF you could write, like on a piece of paper. But in 3D. It’d be like being in the future, right?Well, the future is right here. The 3Doodler is a Kickstarter project that launched yesterday, offering a pen that writes in 3D. In mid-air.Watch it in action (but first, secure your jaw to prevent it from lolling open):YouTube/pixelplanetHere’s the explanation according to the Kickstarter page: As 3Doodler draws, it extrudes heated plastic, which quickly cools and solidifies into a strong stable structure. This allows you to build an infinite variety of shapes and items with ease!The funding appeal launched yesterday with a goal of $30,000. So far slack-jawed admirers around the world have pledged… $650,000.Please, please, somebody get us one. Get us one now.last_img read more

LivebloggingTweeting the 2011 Ellies

first_img@foliomag.com: The 2011 National Magazine Awards begin. Press seating redefines “elbow room.” Fortunately I have six years of Krav Maga. @foliomag.com: First-time nominee Women’s Health wins General Excellence, fashion, service, lifestyle. Follows up on Men’s Health’s win for General Excellence last year.@foliomag.com: Los Angeles wins for Best Feature Writing. Editor Mary Melton: “It’s a delight working for a company that appreciates journalism.” Applause.@foliomag.com: ESPN the Magazine win Best Feature Photography for “Bodies We Want.” Go figure. @foliomag.com: Dinner break. What lasts longer, an iMac battery or the National Magazine Awards? @foliomag.com: Attendees wonder–where is rumored host Katie Couric? @foliomag.com: Katie Couric in the house! “You magazine people are really fun.” @foliomag.com: Couric :”There’s nothing I like better at the end of the day than relaxing with my copy of Garden & Gun. Table 33, I’m looking at you.”@foliomag.com: Winner, General Excellence, literary, political, professional: Poetry Magazine @foliomag.com: Excellence in magazine design goes to GQ. Designer Fred Woodward: “I should thank every editor and publisher who let me learn how to do this under their watch.”@foliomag.com: Couric: “No offense, but now I know why none of you guys went into television.” @foliomag.com: Men’s Journal wins Leisure Interests. “Five Meals Every man Should Master.”@foliomag.com: Personal Service category. Random dog returns for second time onstage. Men’s Health wins for “I Want My Prostate Back.”@foliomag.com: General Excellence: Special Interest Magazines: Los Angeles takes top prize again! This coming off big win at last week’s City & Regional Magazine Awards.@foliomag.com: Los Angeles editor Mary Shelton hefts Ellie Award: ‘The real test will be getting this through TSA tomorrow.”@foliomag.com: Public Interest, The New Yorker for “Letting Go.” EIC David Remnick: “There are many ways to have a good day in the mag biz. Ours is to see our app passing ‘Angry Birds’ on iTunes.”@foliomag.com: The New Yorker wins Public Interest category @foliomag.com: News and Documentary Photography: The New York Times Magazine wins for “The Shrine Down the Hall.” EIC Gerald Marzorati–”Really excited.”@foliomag.com: Best Magazine Section goes to New York for “Strategist,” EIC Adam Moss: “A magazine section that’s nearly a magazine itself.”@foliomag.com: Single Topic issue with presenter/magician David Copperfield! National Geographic wins for “Water: Our Thirsty World.”@foliomag.com: General Excellence, Finance, Tech and Lifetsyle: David Copperfield magically opens envelope–Scientific American wins.@foliomag.com: Copperfield: “Best advice I ever had was to move the show along.” No kidding, Dave.@foliomag.com: Jan Wenner to present Tom Wolfe with “Creative Excellence” award. Jan dons whitish suit in tribute.@foliomag.com: Tom Wolfe: “I just hope everyone notices how fabulous Jan looks tonight.”@foliomag.com: The New York Times Magazine wins again, this time in the Profile Writing category for ‘The Man the White House Wakes Up To.” Guessing it’s not Couric. @foliomag.com: Couric’s favorite mag, Garden & Gun, takes General Excellence award in Food, Travel and Design. @foliomag.com: Harper’s Magazine takes the Reporting category with “The Guantanamo Suicides.” @foliomag.com: W, for Best Photography@foliomag.com: New York again, for General Excellence in News, Sports and Entertainment@foliomag.com: And Magazine of the Year goes to…National Geographic! FOLIO: will be there live-tweeting, keeping you posted minute-by-minute. We’ll also be cross-posting our tweets here, so keep refreshing this link as the evening progresses (the awards kick off around 7:45 EST). The consumer magazine elite will gather tonight at 583 Park Avenue for one of the biggest events in publishing–the 46th annual presentation of the American Society of Magazine Editor’s National Magazine Awards (nicknamed the Ellies). In addition to the usual hour-long block of power networking (and power drinking), the sold-out event includes a sit-down dinner for the first time in its history, hosted by ASME. A total of 20 magazines received multiple nominations this year, with Conde Nast leading the pack at 25 (accounting for nearly a quarter of the total nominations–The New Yorker racked up 9 nods on its own). New York, The New York Times Magazine and Virginia Quarterly Review all received six nominations while first-timers include Cooking Light, House Beautiful, Lapham’s Quarterly, OnEarth, The Sun and Women’s Health). Close to 270 magazines submitted a total of 1,673 entries judged by 359 magazine journalists and journalism educators. A full list of finalists is available here. Will Conde Nast dominate the winner’s circle or will some of the first-timers and smaller publications (including 3,000-circ. The Antioch Review) break through? Who will the surprise celebrity presenters be and will author and New Journalism founder Tom Wolfe (who is receiving the Creative Excellence Award tonight) challenge Anna Wintour for sartorial splendor? last_img read more

POLICE LOG for August 24 Motorcycle Crash Package Stolen Speeding on Shawsheen Ave

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Here are highlights of the Wilmington Police Log for Saturday, August 24, 2019:A walk-in party reported a stolen package from Grove Avenue. (3:19pm)Police notified DPW to fix flag in veteran’s area of Wildwood Cemetery. (3:22pm)Police came across a mail truck parked roadside without flashing lights on Andover Street. Truck was having mechanical issues and was towed. (3:55pm)A motorcycle was involved in a crash on Boutwell Street. Fire Department transported operator. Motorcycle towed. (5:21pm)A caller reported a black Subaru with a loud exhaust keeps racing in and out of Billerica on Shawsheen Avenue over the past hour. Wilmington Police notified Billerica Police. While in area, Wilmington Police clocked motorcyclists going 67 MPH and contacted Billerica. Wilmington Police were unable to locate Subaru. Police also heard fireworks in the area. (11:51pm)(DISCLAIMER: This information is public information. An arrest does not constitute a conviction. Any arrested person is innocent until proven guilty.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedPOLICE LOG for July 27: OUI Arrest; Woman Brings Caged Bird To Town BeachIn “Police Log”POLICE LOG for June 28: OUI Arrest; Trash Truck Fire; Car vs. MotorcycleIn “Police Log”POLICE LOG for August 30: $11.00 Found & Turned In By Good Samaritan; Car vs. Mailbox; Car vs. Brick WallIn “Police Log”last_img read more

Seagate unleashes a slew of new storage drives at CES 2019

first_img1:07 LaCie Mobile Drive Space Gray Diamond Cut full metal design Up to 540MB-per-second transfer speeds Slim design USB-C (Thunderbolt 3, and USB compatibility)USB-C and USB 3.0 cables includedPre-formatted exFAT for compatibility Mac & PCLaCie ToolKit Mirror/Backup moduleThree-year warranty with rescue data recovery servicesOne-month Adobe All-Apps Plan includedAvailable in up to 5TB of storageAvailable in two colors: space gray and moon silver Shipping: End of JanuaryPricing: TBDlacie-mobile-drive-2tb-space-gray-bob-hi-resEnlarge ImageThe LaCie 2TB Mobile drive attached to a Mac. Seagate LaCie Mobile SSD Space Gray Diamond Cut full metal design Up to 540MB-per-second transfer speeds Only 9mm thick and 100g 3-meter drop resistantUSB-C (Thunderbolt 3, and USB compatibility)USB 3.0 cable includedPre-formatted exFAT for compatibility with Mac and PCLaCie ToolKit Mirror/Backup moduleThree-year warranty with rescue data recovery servicesOne-month Adobe All-Apps Plan includedAvailable in up to 2TB of storageShipping: End of JanuaryPricing: TBDIn January Seagate will also be shipping its new FireCuda 510 M.2 PCIe NVMe internal SSD geared toward PC gamers and the IronWolf 110, which Seagate bills as the the “world’s first purpose-built NAS SSD.”As soon as we get more info we’ll update this post. CES 2019: See all of CNET’s coverage of the year’s biggest tech show. CES schedule: It’s six days of jam-packed events. Here’s what to expect. 42 Photos Now playing: Watch this: 85 Photos Enlarge ImageThe Ultra Touch has a fabric finish. Seagate Seagate typically introduces a number of new products at CES each year and this year’s no exception. Once again it’s opened the product spigot, with a number of storage options including new drives from its premium LaCie brand. We’re still awaiting pricing on some of the new models, but here’s a quick look the new Seagate 2019 offerings: Backup Plus Ultra Touch Tactile textile industrial designType-C compatibility for the latest laptops Optional data security with Seagate Secure Password protection with 256-AES Hardware EncryptionToolkit backup with auto syncWorks with PCs and Macs out of the boxexFAT, no need to install driverOne-year Mylio Create planAutomatic storytelling with Life Calendar and natural searchesMulti-device synchronizationCloud-free backup+optimized images on devices, master files on driveTwo-month Adobe CC Photography membership1TB ($70) and 2TB ($90) of storageShipping in Februarybup-portable-family-hi-resEnlarge ImageBackup Plus Portable. Seagate Backup Slim and Backup Plus Portable Metal top cover with textured finishWorks with PCs and Macs out of the boxexFAT, no need to install driverOne-year Mylio Create planAutomatic storytelling with Life Calendar and natural searchesMulti-device synchronization (access content on your drive from all your devices)Cloud-free backup+optimized images on devices, master files on driveTwo-month Adobe CC Photography membershipBackup Plus Slim: 1TB ($60) and 2TB ($80) Backup Plus Portable: 4TB ($120) and 5TB ($130) Shipping in March Some of the most anticipated tech for 2019 CES 2019center_img New Seagate and LaCie storage drives Tags 0 All the cool new gadgets at CES 2019 Share your voice Post a comment Peripheralslast_img read more

Spicing up the winters

first_imgWe love our food, of course we do. And that is not just because it is a part of our job! What goes best with this season has already been talked about by Chef Saby (read it here – http://bit.ly/I0T0OP). But here we pick out a few places that you can add to your ‘have-to-eat-at’ list.Shiro, at the Samrat, is dishing out some great dishes at The Asian Grill festival that is on till 8 December. Take your pick from vegetarian, meats and the seafoods for some incredible flavours. With prices of each dish ranging between Rs 300 to Rs 800 (without taxes), one serving is not going to be enough to fill you up so make sure you order something more. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’We tried the Honey Black Bean Prawns, the Grilled Coffee Salmon, the Seven Spiced Pork Belly and the Miso Herb Lamb Chops. The flavours are delicate and very nice on the palate, though the salmon was a little disappointing the rest made up for that beautifully.The chef also recommended a great Indonesian fried rice which went very well with the prawns. You can take your pick from the regular menu as well as from the special grill menu they have for the festival. Vegetarians can try the Grilled Mushroom Skewers or the Pan Seared Tofu with Indonesian Ginger Sauce. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixShiro also has some mean cocktails. Head over!When you have Bengali food on offer – you don’t need to invite us twice! Baywatch at the WelcomHotel Sheraton has a great food promo, that they are calling Bhadrolok (Gentlemen in Bengali), on offer till 24 November.The range includes starters like Crabmeat Chop, Mochar Chop, Chicken Kabiraji Cutlet and more. The Crabmeat chop is a must try. They also have a the signature Macher Paturi that is criminal to miss when you trying a Bengali cuisine. The Kosha Mangsho and the Luchi is perfect but take it from us – you need to try the Cholar Dal they have – or regret it forever. Try it with the Koraishutir Kochuri (Green Pea stuffed Kachoris) and it is blissful.The dinner buffet is priced at Rs 2000 (plus taxes) and they are also celebrating a tie-up of sorts with Indus Pride beer. Winter isn’t a time for beer, but these great spiced varieties are not to be missed. Book a table fast!last_img read more

Myanmar just had its first public pride party and thousands turned up

first_imgInstagram via aletaleigh Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Almost 6000 people turned up on Sunday to celebrate the first legal pride party in Myanmar.The &Proud Festival is usually just a film festival held in the a private location at the French Institute. Instagram via andproudyangon Instagram via soemyint_winn But this year organizers were given the green light from authorities to go public with the festival which saw numbers of attendees double on just the first day.‘I would say this is not just for the LGBT community. This is for the whole country, acknowledging equality and basic human rights,’ festival co-director Hla Myat Tun told AFP.Like many former British colonies, Myanmar still has Section 377 of the Penal Code which outlaws ‘sexual acts against the order of nature’ and is used against the LGBTI community.‘Last year, we only had between 3,500 and 4,000 in a total of four days. So, we can say this year is a big success,” festival organizer Sai Maung Oo told The Myanmar Times.Sunday’s event included live performances, drag queen races, a handbag throwing competition and a Human Library.The Library was one of the most popular events at the festival because it allowed LGBTI people to share their life experiences.For many people in Myanmar the only information they get about the LGBTI community is from the media where LGBTI people are often the source of ridicule.‘Some people don’t know about LGBT people,’ 20-year-old Thaw Zin told AFP.center_img GAYSTARNEWS- Ugandan police raid and shut down queer film festivalWest Hollywood will host the US’ first city-wide Bisexual PrideGreater Fort Lauderdale celebrates NYC Pride Week with Pride Place activationRead the full article on Gaystarnews: :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/thousands-turn-celebrate-myanmars-first-legal-pride-party/ ‘You get people who are LGBT but they don’t know what that is. They don’t understand. So that’s why it’s difficult for other people to understand as well.’&Proud will run over two weekend with the film festival portion happening this weekend.Festival goers will have the opportunity to watch 20 different films and attend panel discussion over four days from 1 February.The opening film, A Simple Love Story, was directed by Hnin Phyu Phyu Soe.A Simple Love Story was never screened publicly because of objections from the film censorship board.‘Myanmar has seen a lot of changes during these years,’ Hnin Phyu Phyu Soe told the Myanmar Time.‘One of the biggest changes for us is having the festival take place in a public space. But with films, we’re still stuck in the role of mocking and discriminating [LGBT people].’&Proud LGBTI Festival photosInstagram via k.nyein2016 eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us)last_img read more

Surprise NPM layoffs raise questions about the company culture

first_imgHeadlines about the recent NPM layoff has raised questions about the company culture and ethics. NPM which stands for Node Package Manager is now being regarded as “Not Politely Managed”. The San Francisco startup, NPM Inc, the company behind the widely used NPM JavaScript package repository, laid off 5 employees in a wrong, unprofessional and unethical manner. The incident stands imperative of the fact that many of us while accepting those lucrative job offers merely ask companies not to be unethical, and seldom expect them to actually be good. Indeed, social psychologist, Roy Baumeister convincingly argues there’s an evolutionary reason to focus more on getting people to avoid bad things than to do good things; among other reasons, humans are hardwired to consider potential threats that could harm us. Bob Sutton, author of fantastic and influential books like Good Boss, Bad Boss and The No Asshole Rule, draws on Baumeister’s work to highlight why it’s so critical to stamp out poorly behaving leaders (and employees) in organizations. Frédéric Harper, a developer advocate who was among those who lost their jobs, posted at length about the situation on Twitter. His concerns, did not come from being laid off. That happens, he said, and will happen again. “It’s the total lack of respect, empathy and professionalism of the process,” he said. In an email to The Register, he said there appeared to be a disconnect between the company’s professed values and its behavior. NPM layoff took its roots under the new leadership The layoffs actually started last summer when the company hired a new CEO, Bryan Bogensberger, to take the company from about $3m in annual revenue to 10x-20x, explained an early NPM employee who spoke with The Register on condition of anonymity. Bogensberger was previously the CEO and co-founder of Inktank, a leading provider of scale-out, open source storage systems that was acquired by Red Hat, Inc. for $175 million in 2014. , He has been running NPM since around July or August 2018, a source explained, but wasn’t actually announced as CEO until January 2019 because his paperwork wasn’t in order. Bryan brought in his own people, displacing longtime NPM staffers. “As he stacked the management ranks with former colleagues from a previous startup, there were unforced errors,” another source explained to the Register. A culture of suspicion and hostility emerged under the new leadership. At NPM an all-hands meeting was held at which employees were encouraged to ask frank questions about the company’s new direction. Those who spoke up were summarily fired last week, the individual said, at the recommendation of an HR consultant. People were very surprised by the layoffs at NPM. “There was no sign it was coming. It wasn’t skills based because some of them heard they were doing great.” said CJ Silverio, ex-CTO at NPM who was laid off last December. Silverio and Harper both are publicizing the layoff as they had declined to sign the non-disparagement clause in the NPM severance package. The non-disparagement clause prevents disclosure of the company’s wrongdoing publicly. A California law which came into effect in January, SB 1300 prohibits non-disparagement clause in the employment severance package but in general such clauses are legal. One of the employees fired last Friday was a month away from having stock options vest. The individual could have retained those options by signing a non-disparagement clause, but refused. “We can not comment on confidential personnel matters,” CEO Bryan Bogensberger mentioned. “However, since November 1, we have approximately doubled in size to 55 people today, and continue to hire aggressively for many positions that will optimize and expand our ability to support and grow the JavaScript ecosystem over the long term.” Javascript community sees it as a leadership failure The community is full of outrage on this incident, many of them have regarded this as a 100% leadership failure. Others have commented that they would put NPM under the list of “do not apply” for jobs in this company. This news comes to them as a huge disappointment and there are questions asked about the continuity of the npm registry. Some of them also commented on creating a non profit node packages registry. While others have downgraded their paid package subscription to a free subscription. Rebecca Turner, core contributor to the project and one of the direct reportees to Harper has voluntarily put down her papers in solidarity with her direct reports who were let go. How goodness inspires goodness in organization Compelling research by David Jones and his colleagues finds that job applicants would prefer to work for companies that show real social responsibility–those that improve their communities, the environment, and the world. Employees are most likely to be galvanized by leaders who are actively perceived to be fair, virtuous, and self-sacrificing. Separate research by Ethical Systems founder, Jonathan Haidt demonstrates that such leaders influence employees to feel a sense of “elevation”—a positive emotion that lifts them up as a result of moral excellence. Liz Fong, a developer advocate at Honeycomb tweets on the npm layoff that she will never want to be a manager again if she had to go through this kind of process. Layoffs becoming more common and frequent in Tech Last week we also had IBM in news for being sued by former employees for violating laws prohibiting age discrimination in the workplace: the Older Workers Benefit Protection Act (OWBPA) and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA). Another news last week which came as a shocker was Oracle laying off a huge number of employees as a part of its “organizational restructuring”. The reason behind this layoff round was not clear, while some said that this was done to save money, some others said that people working on a legacy product were let go. While all of these does raise questions about the company culture, it may not be wrong to say that the Internet and social media makes corporate scandals harder than ever to hide. With real social responsibility easier than ever to see and applaud–we hope to see more of “the right things” actually getting done. Update from the NPM statement after 10 days of the incident After receiving public and community backlash on such actions, NPM published a statement on Medium on April 11 that, “we let go of 5 people in a company restructuring. The way that we undertook the process, unfortunately, made the terminations more painful than they needed to be, which we deeply regret, and we are sorry. As part of our mission, it’s important that we treat our employees and our community well. We will continue to refine and review our processes internally, utilizing the feedback we receive to be the best company and community we can be.” Does this mean that any company for its selfish motives can remove its employees and later apologize to clean its image? Update on 14th June, Special report from The Register The Register published a special report last Friday saying that JavaScript package registry and NPM Inc is planning to fight union-busting complaints brought to America’s labor watchdog by fired staffers, rather than settling the claims. An NLRB filing obtained by The Register alleges several incidents in which those terminated claim executives took action against them in violation of labor laws. On February 27, 2019, the filing states, a senior VP “during a meeting with employees at a work conference in Napa Valley, California, implicitly threatened employees with unspecified reprisals for raising group concerns about their working conditions.” The document also describes a March 25, 2019, video conference call in which it was “impliedly [sic] threatened that [NPM Inc] would terminate employees who engaged in union activities,” and a message sent over the company’s Keybase messaging system that threatened similar reprisals “for discussing employee layoffs.” The alleged threats followed a letter presented to this VP in mid-February that outlined employee concerns about “management, increased workload, and employee retention.” The Register has heard accounts of negotiations between the tech company and its aggrieved former employees, from individuals apprised of the talks, during which a clearly fuming CEO Bryan Bogensberger called off settlement discussions, a curious gambit – if accurate – given the insubstantial amount of money on the table. NPM Inc has defended its moves as necessary to establish a sustainable business, but in prioritizing profit – arguably at the expense of people – it has alienated a fair number of developers who now imagine a future that doesn’t depend as much on NPM’s resources. The situation has deteriorated to the point that former staffers say the code for the npm command-line interface (CLI) suffers from neglect, with unfixed bugs piling up and pull requests languishing. The Register understands further staff attrition related to the CLI is expected. To know about this story in detail check out the report published by The Register. Read Next The npm engineering team shares why Rust was the best choice for addressing CPU-bound bottlenecks npm Inc. announces npm Enterprise, the first management code registry for organizations npm JavaScript predictions for 2019: React, GraphQL, and TypeScript are three technologies to learnlast_img read more

Lufthansa Group wins four Skytrax Awards

first_imgLufthansa Group Wins Four Skytrax AwardsLufthansa Group wins four Skytrax AwardsClose to 20 million passengers select the best airlines in the world every yearLufthansa Group airlines honored with four Skytrax World Airline AwardsLufthansa was elected as the “Best Airline in Europe” and the “Best Western European Airline”. The awards were presented to Lufthansa on the occasion of a ceremony held by Skytrax in London. The market research institute Skytrax specializing in the aviation industry had previously surveyed about 20 million passengers from more than 160 countries worldwide.Passengers from across the globe voted in favor of the German premium airline and thus also acknowledged the service provided by Lufthansa. “We would like thank our customers for this vote of confidence and our employees for their commitment and customer orientation”, says Andreas Otto, Product Manager of the Lufthansa Group for the premium airlines and Chief Commercial Officer of Austrian Airlines. “We are well aware of the challenge of living up to this award at all times. For this reason, we see this recognition as an incentive to fulfil the promise we make to our customers”, he adds.Austrian Airlines was given two awards. The employees were given the award as the “Best Airline Staff Service in Europe”. Moreover, Austrian Airlines is champion in the category “Best Business Class Onboard Catering”.The survey was carried out by the market research institute Skytrax specializing in the aviation industry. Passengers were asked to assess the offering on board and services of the airlines at the airports. Skytrax has been conducting this survey on an annual basis since 1999. The detailed results of the World Airlines Awards can be found at www.worldairlineawards.com.Source = Lufthansa Grouplast_img read more

Trump lashes out at Vanity Fair over Clinton video

first_imgTrump lashes out at Vanity Fair over Clinton video WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – President Donald Trump is lashing out at Vanity Fair, after the magazine said an online video mocking Hillary Clinton “missed the mark.”On Twitter on Thursday, Trump said the magazine was “bending over backwards in apologizing for the minor hit.”The video posted over the weekend shows editors of Vanity Fair’s Hive website offering toasts and New Year’s resolutions for Clinton, including that she vow to take up knitting, volunteer work or any hobby that would keep her from running again for president.The backlash was swift. Among those to respond was actress Patricia Arquette, who tweeted her own proposal — stop telling women what they should or can do.In a statement Wednesday, the magazine said the video was an attempt at humour that regrettably “missed the mark.”Trump added that Anna Wintour “is beside herself in grief & begging for forgiveness!”Wintour is the editor-in-chief of Vogue, not Vanity Fair. She is also the artistic director of parent company Conde Nast, which publishes both titles. by The Associated Press Posted Dec 27, 2017 10:54 pm PDT Last Updated Dec 28, 2017 at 9:20 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Emaillast_img read more

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first_img The latest fashion from Naeem Khan is modeled during Fashion Week Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2019, in New York. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens) AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by Jill Dobson, The Associated Press Posted Feb 13, 2019 6:22 am PDT Naeem Khan gets a boost from a trio of ’70s Halston muses NEW YORK — Naeem Khan brought 1970s glam back to New York Fashion Week with the help of a few models of the era.The Halston icons Pat Cleveland, Karen Bjornson and Alva Chinn closed Khan’s show Tuesday in silver sequined evening gowns, joined by the veteran designer on the runway for his bow.Khan is known for his sparkling evening looks, but he got his start at Halston back in the day.“I grew up working for Halston. So, the people at that time — Elizabeth Taylor, Liza Minnelli, Katharine Graham, Martha Graham — these were people, it was not just about fashion itself. It’s about the energy that they portray,” he told The Associated Press.And while Khan is no stranger to beautiful designs, he explained that creating new collections is all about evolving the concept of “glamour” and keeping it new and fresh.“It’s not about having a gown. You can buy a jacket, you can buy a vest, you can buy a scarf, so it’s how you mix it and how you create your own,” Khan said.For fall, his concept was very ’70s bohemian, he said.“Mick Jagger and everybody was going to India. The idea was freedom. The idea was liberty, and today politically what is happening. So, it’s kind of taking the energy from that,” Khan said.“Will and Grace” star Debra Messing was on the front row. She said she can’t get enough of Khan’s clothing.“I have been a fan of Naeem Khan’s designs for years and years,” she said. “I had the glorious privilege of wearing his design to the Golden Globes this year, and I am just so excited to be able to see his collection because everything he does is always just glamour.”Ryan Seacrest also sat front row and said he, too, is wowed by his good friend’s designs.“The Oscars are coming up, so I am kind of thinking about what he may be making for those who will be on the carpet for the Oscars,” he said.The Academy Awards are Feb. 24.Khan’s sleek and funky collection featured head-to-toe embellishments, velvet and full-on sequined pantsuits, along with ornately patterned kimono-inspired blouses, robes and flowy sheaths. There were fun and flirty feathered cocktail minis and jackets paired with glittering tops and unique neckties.The models sported big, voluminous ’70s waves in their hair as they rocked the runway to the tunes of Pink Floyd and Queen.Jill Dobson, The Associated Presslast_img read more

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