zoom Japanese shipping company NYK Line will be looking into business acquisition opportunities in the year ahead.A window of opportunity has been identified in the transportation of oil and petroleum products, especially since the focus of the sector is expected to switch to Asia in the future, NYK’s President Tadaaki Naito said in his New Year’s speech.“I want you to work with a broad perspective that includes peripheral businesses, such as terminals,” Naito said addressing his employees in Tokyo.Speaking of the bulk shipping business, Naito said that he wants the liquid division to search for new business opportunities based on the keyword “green.”“Without looking solely at existing cargo, pay attention to trends in the renewable energy field, in addition to transportation demand for energy-related materials and supporting electric power businesses. LNG and the offshore business will be the mainstays of business with stable freight rates in the future,” he added.With regard to the dry bulk division, Naito expressed a belief that in the second half of last year the industry finally exited the long, seemingly endless dark tunnel hampering the dry bulk segment. Now that the market is recovering, it is time to advance structural reforms aimed at transforming all the efforts made with gritted teeth, he stressed.“This year, I hope to advance the group’s activities with a focus particularly on the keywords “green” and “digitalization,” i.e., strongly promoting environmental issues and the utilization of IoT. We are already making progress in both fields, and pressing forward to promote their use in practical operations that will allow us to realize a wide range of ideas and further differentiate ourselves,” Naito pointed out.As explained, promotion of “digitalization” and new technology such as autonomous sailing has the potential to advance the next generation of safe vessel operations.Naito added that the company plans to announce a new medium-term business plan this spring and indicate the process management that will be necessary to realize the plan.Naito concluded that the group’s business results are showing signs of improvement due to a recovery of market conditions and internal restructuring efforts.“We have set forth the goal of exhibiting the spirit of the 3 I’s (integrity, innovation, and intensity) by continuing to pursue innovation and staying a half step ahead of our competitors. In order to transform these goals into action, it will be necessary for each group company and each headquarters to hold free and vigorous discussions,” he went on to say.
New Delhi: The government on Friday said it will infuse about Rs 55,000 crore in public sector banks to enhance their capital base so that they can accelerate lending in a bid to bolster growth. This was the second set of measures announced by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman to prop up the economy and at least one more is expected next week. All the anchor banks in the consolidation process will get capital support. As a result, Punjab National Bank will get Rs 16,000 crore, Union Bank of India Rs 11,700 crore, Canara Bank Rs 6,500 crore and Indian Bank Rs 2,500 crore. Besides, Bank of Baroda will get Rs 7,000 crore, Indian Overseas Bank Rs 3,800 crore and Central Bank of India Rs 3,300 crore. This are indicative figures and the actual capital infusion may vary depending on banks’ assessment, Sitharaman told reporters here. Giving details of governance reforms in the public sector banks, she said these will bring transparency and strengthen bank boards. To make management accountable, a board committee of nationalised banks will appraise performance of GM and above ranks, including managing director, and also recruit Chief Risk Officer at market-linked compensation to attract best talent, she said. To enable succession planning, she said boards will decide a system of individual development plans for all senior executive positions.
Six stories in the news for Friday, Nov. 2———GREYHOUND EXIT LEAVES SHELTERS IN THE LURCHGroups that help the homeless and people fleeing domestic violence say they’ve lost a vital resource with Greyhound’s exit from the West this week. They say they’re not sure how well the patchwork of alternatives will be able to fill the gap. Josie Nepinak of Awo Taan Healing Lodge says many clients come from rural areas and public transport is often the only safe option. The Calgary emergency shelter has 32 beds for women and children. She is worried about more women hitchhiking, putting them at greater risk of violence or even homicide.———TRUDEAU TO VISIT TSILHQOT’IN IN B.C. FOR APOLOGYThe Prime Minister’s Office says Justin Trudeau will apologize directly to members of the Tsilhqot’in community today for the hangings of six chiefs during the so-called Chilcotin War more than 150 years ago. Trudeau is also scheduled to meet with leaders of the tribal council and community members at Chilko Lake in British Columbia’s central Interior for a smudging and brushing off ceremony, gifts, traditional feast and bear dance.———TOP COURT TO RULE ON QUEBEC-N.L. HYDRO FEUDThe Supreme Court of Canada will deliver a decision today in one of Canada’s bitterest interprovincial feuds — the notorious 1969 Churchill Falls hydro deal between Quebec and Newfoundland and Labrador. Profits from the hydroelectric dam and power station in Labrador have been in dispute for decades, and a ruling in Newfoundland and Labrador’s favour could mean billions of dollars to ease the cash-strapped province’s considerable financial burdens. The decision will determine whether Hydro-Quebec has a “good faith” obligation to re-negotiate the deal, based on unforeseeable changes in electricity markets over time.———VOTE COULD TOPPLE N.B. LIBERAL GOVERNMENT TODAYIt would appear New Brunswick’s Liberal minority government is on the verge of defeat today after both the Tory and Peoples’s Alliance parties said they’ll vote against the government’s throne speech. That would leave Premier Brian Gallant’s Liberals without enough support to survive the confidence vote. The Liberals won just 21 seats in the September election — one fewer than the Tories — while the Greens and People’s Alliance each won three seats.———TRIAL STARTS IN FATAL UNDERGROUND STABBINGThe trial of a woman accused of killing another woman in Toronto’s underground shopping concourse is set to get underway today. Rohinie Bisesar is charged with first-degree murder in the death of Rosemarie Junor, who was stabbed to death in a Shoppers Drug Mart in 2015. Earlier this week, a jury declared Bisesar fit to stand trial after officials who oversaw her treatment also declared her fit this past summer.———BANNON TO DEFEND POPULISM AT TORONTO DEBATEAmerican political strategist Steve Bannon is set to defend populism at a debate in Toronto tonight. Critics have already called for a halt to the debate involving the former key aide to U.S. President Donald Trump. They say Bannon’s views fuel hatred of marginalized groups. Bannon will go up against conservative commentator, David Frum, who will defend liberal democracy. The event in front of a live audience is part of the Munk Debates series.———ALSO IN THE NEWS:— Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan will make an announcement in Halifax regarding the future Royal Canadian Navy fleet.— NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh will make an announcement in Toronto on his party’s plan for tax fairness.— Catherine Adams of Hanna, Alta., is expected to be sentenced on two counts of animal cruelty.
APTN National NewsStill on the prairies a video showing a bullying incident between two aboriginal girls in an Edmonton school went up on the internet.But instead of feeling humiliated and embarrassed the victim and her mother are now trying to turn the incident into something positive.APTN’s Keith Laboucan has this story.
WASHINGTON — John Kerry and his wife have agreed to divest holdings in a Canadian oil company, as well as dozens of other investments, in an effort to avoid conflicts of interest as the Massachusetts senator prepares to become America’s next secretary of state.The Canadian Press reported last week that Kerry had as much as US$750,000 invested in Suncor, a Calgary-based oil company whose CEO has urged the Obama administration to greenlight TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline.But federal ethics officials, acting independently of the White House, have determined the Suncor (TSX:SU) stock poses no conflict of interest threats. Kerry has divested of as much as $31,000 in Cenovus Energy, another Calgary firm that has pushed for Keystone XL approval.Financial disclosure records show that Kerry and his wife, Heinz ketchup heiress Teresa Heinz Kerry, hold a vast array of international investments that could have placed the senator in an ethical quandary.Kerry’s office said last week that many of those investments were in blind trust and are managed by an independent trustee. The senator is one of the wealthiest lawmakers on Capitol Hill with an estimated net worth of $193 million.The investments nonetheless raised alarm bells among American environmentalists given the State Department will make a decision this year on the fate of the Keystone pipeline. Kerry is expected to breeze through his Senate confirmation hearings on Thursday.“I am committed to the highest standards of ethical conduct for government officials,” Kerry wrote in the agreement with the State Department’s ethics office.“I will not participate personally and substantially in any particular matter that has a direct and predictable effect on my financial interests or those of any person whose interests are imputed to me, unless I first obtain a written waiver.”Environmentalists had called on Kerry last week to divest of all the Canadian oil company’s holdings.Keystone is back on the hot seat in the U.S. capital this week, in part because U.S. President Barack Obama spoke out on the need to confront climate change in his second inaugural address on Monday.The president’s forceful repudiation of climate change skeptics has prompted the U.S. environmental movement to urge the president to back up his rhetoric by nixing Keystone XL, the $7 billion project that would carry bitumen extracted from Alberta’s carbon-intensive oilsands to the U.S. Gulf Coast.“We will respond to the threat of climate change, knowing that the failure to do so would betray our children and future generations,” Obama said on Monday.“Some may still deny the overwhelming judgment of science, but none can avoid the devastating impact of raging fires, and crippling drought, and more powerful storms.”White House press secretary Jay Carney has faced tough questions this week about whether those remarks bode badly for Keystone and what precisely Obama intends to do on the climate change front.Kerry’s longtime devotion to environmental issues is also making pipeline proponents nervous.The senator has long been one of the most fierce climate hawks on Capitol Hill, leading unsuccessful efforts three years ago to push greenhouse gas legislation through Congress.As secretary of state, he’ll have to decide whether approving the pipeline is in the national interest of the United States.In the aftermath of Obama’s inaugural address, 53 senators — more than half in the upper chamber — sent the president a letter on Wednesday urging him to approve Keystone XL.Their bipartisan letter was sent a day after Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman, previously an opponent of the pipeline, said he was satisfied that TransCanada’s (TSX:TRP) altered route for the pipeline skirts an environmentally fragile region of his state.“Because (Keystone XL) has gone through the most exhaustive environmental scrutiny of any pipeline in the history of this country and you already determined that oil from Canada is in the national interest, there is no reason to deny or further delay this long-studied project,” wrote the senators, lead by Republican John Hoeven and Democrat Max Baucus.“Nebraska has now addressed the outstanding concerns you raised when you denied the permit, and we therefore urge to finish expeditiously the review process and approve the pipeline.”Obama raised concerns about the pipeline’s original path when he rejected TransCanada’s application last year.Gary Doer, Canada’s ambassador to the United States, said the secretary of state must make a Keystone decision based on facts, not emotion.“The bottom line is, whether it’s Hillary Clinton or John Kerry at the State Department —they have the reports,” Doer said Wednesday. “Is this in the national interest of the United States? That’s the question.”
Two pieces of good news today, first, it’s Friday and the weekend beckons, and second, there is a chance to download some free games from the App Store. What more could you want?The free games in question come from developer NimbleBit, who are literally giving away their entire App Store catalogue for an undisclosed amount of time. However, like most promotions of this nature I would recommend you download quickly to be on the safe side.AdChoices广告In terms of the games on offer, you have over a dozen to choose from includingMega PandaPocket FrogsDizzypadDizzypad HD (iPad only)FishtropolisMoon DropBluebirdSky BurgerKyperTextropolisThreadsScoopsHanoi PlusOmium (iPad Only)Out of all the above games I have only ever seen Dizzypad in action, which is a game that requires you to steer your frog by jumping it from pad to pad (it’s more fun that it sounds).Either way, as the games are free, iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad users will have plenty to sink their teeth into this weekend.Read more at TouchArcade Via NimbleBit
Greek police have foiled an imminent attack against a judicial target planned by a local terrorist group, Greek media reported on Saturday evening, adding that a counter-terrorism investigation is underway across the country.Quoting police sources, Greek TV channels said that two suspects who were detained earlier on Saturday afternoon in a hideout in the central Athens district of Nea Smirni were leaving the place carrying weapons as if they were about to attack a target in the coming hours.Reports claim that police confiscated three submachine guns, three AK-47 assault rifles, seven pistols, several rounds of ammunition, 200 grams (7 ounces) of TNT, four hand grenades and 50 kilograms (110 pounds) of ANFO, a powerful explosive mixture of ammonium nitrate and fuel oil widely used in improvised explosive devices, a police statement said.“This is a case that the police have been following for some time now and the operation is still at its early stages,” said police spokesman Athanasios Kokalakis. “All I can tell you is that we have found weapons and they are being examined by experts to see if they have been used in (terrorist) attacks.”Greek police are on alert these days for fear of violence ahead of Dec. 6, the second anniversary of the death of a teenager caused by police fire. The death of Alexandros Grigoropoulos sparked the worst riots in Greece in four decades and ever since local guerrilla groups have stepped up attacks against police, judicial, journalistic and political targets.In the garage of the building where the two suspects were apprehended, a large cache of weapons was found and confiscated, according to Greek media reports. The result of ballistics tests expected on Sunday will reveal if the weapons are linked to two fatal attacks against a Greek policeman in June 2009 and a Greek journalist in July 2010.“Revolutionary Sect,” which is connected to a series of hits since it first emerged in January 2009, had claimed responsibility for the two killings in statements released to Greek media over the past year, threatening more attacks in the future.Apart from the two arrests at the hideout in Nea Smirni, counter-terrorism squads have raided at least a dozen other places over the past few hours and detained 10 suspects in the central Athens district of Exarchia, where Grigoropoulos was killed, and in the port of Piraeus and the northern city of Thessaloniki, according to media reports.Police sources also said that the hideout in Nea Smirni is close to the home of one of the two young men arrested on Nov. 1 in Athens for the case of bomb parcels targeting foreign embassies and European leaders.Sources: Reuters, Xinhua. Associated Press Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
LG lance un nouveau vidéoprojecteur Cinema 3DLG vient de dévoiler un nouveau vidéoprojecteur de la gamme Cinema 3D. D’abord lancé sur le marché coréen, avant une commercialisation à l’international prévue dans la première moitié de l’année 2012, le CF3DAT permet de visualiser des vidéos en 3D sur une surface de 200 pouces.LG a présenté ce mardi son nouveau projecteur Cinema 3D. Le CF3DAT (lien non disponible) permet de visualiser une large variété de contenus haute-définition 3D sur une surface de 5 mètres. Avec ce projecteur aussi bien adapté aux grands salons qu’aux musées, aux auditoriums et autres lieux publics, LG promet des images de grande qualité, prés de six fois plus brillantes que celles des autres projecteurs, grâce à une luminosité à 1250 lumens en mode 3D.À lire aussiChinavasion CVXN-E207 : un projecteur à LED low costLe vidéoprojecteur intègre une conversion 2D-3D, ainsi qu’un tuner TV. Hélas celui-ci sera réservé au marché coréen. Le modèle commercialisé à l’international, au cours de la première moitié de l’année 2012, n’en sera en effet pas doté. En outre, le CF3DAT fonctionne avec la technologie d’affichage Film Patterned Retarder (FPR), permettant ainsi l’utilisation de lunettes 3D LG polarisées, plus abordables et légères que les autres types de lunettes.Reste à connaître le prix de ce vidéoprojecteur, qui n’a pas encore été précisé.Le 13 novembre 2011 à 18:12 • Maxime Lambert
Spain manager Julen Lopetegui believes that the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) will have a major “influence” on the World Cup this summer and believes that there is no point complaining about the technologyThe International Football Association Board in Zurich in March gave VAR their unanimous approval and voted for the system to be used permanently.While goal-line technology was used in the previous World Cup in Brazil in 2014, this will be the first time that VAR will debut in world football’s biggest competition and will be used by the match officials to determine whether any errors were committed in regards to decisions for penalties, goals, straight red cards and mistaken identity.Lopetegui, who will be hoping to erase Spain’s previous poor display in the 2014 World Cup with a strong run in Russia, believes that due to the players having a lack of experience with VAR it will have a heavy influence on games and he will be making sure his squad is fully prepared for the system.“It’s certainly an important issue, no doubt about that,” said the 51-year-old told AS.Quiz: How much do you know about David Villa? Boro Tanchev – September 14, 2019 Time to test your knowledge about Spanish legendary forward David Villa.“VAR is going to influence and condition lots of games at the World Cup. For example, using it will mean stopping and starting games; that in itself has an effect on the continuity and rhythm of them.“Spain like to have long spells with the ball and wear down their opponents, so we’ll need to be ready for what is a brand new situation for us. Of course, we’ll make sure we are fully prepared for VAR and all its various scenarios, for when matches are stopped and then started again.“I’ve analysed where VAR is in use and see that there are usually a lot of goals scored just after stoppages for it, which shows that teams make full use of the break in play and concentration of their opponents.“But there’s no point in complaining about it as we must be ready for VAR. We’ll be studying it with the players and making sure they are prepared. It’s something we do need to take into account.”Spain has been drawn in Group B for the World Cup with Iran, Morocco and Euro 2016 Champions Portugal.
Eggs are going to get costlier in the US this year.A new law – backed by animal rights activists – is set to hit the Golden State and other neighbouring regions. It requires poultry farmers to put hens in larger, more open spaces that can give them more room to stretch their wings and move around.Since California is the largest consumer and importer of eggs in the United States, farmers will now have to pass on the cost of cage overhauls and revamped henhouses to customers.Egg prices are expected to go up 15 percent with the cost of a dozen eggs rising by 27 cents. A family of four could end up paying $15.93 more annually on eggs alone, according to a report cited by The Associated Press.Egg prices have already started going up in anticipation of the law, which was framed and approved by voters in 2008. At that time, it was agreed that the law would come into effect in 2015. In 2010, state legislators passed a companion bill that required other states to comply with the law. Farmers from neighbouring states like Illinois and Iowa are upset about California’s new cage law. They say that the law is more than just an animal rights protection bill, as millions of dollars are at stake here.If a farmer reduces the number of hens in his far, the supply of eggs could go down drastically that would also result in a sharp uptick in prices, AP reports.Also, some experts say the law won’t help the chicken because when you put the birds in an open space they are more likely to run around and break a wing or a leg.”You’re not going to help the chicken. You’re not helping consumers,” Ken Klippen, a member of the National Association of Egg Farmers was quoted by AP as saying.Animal rights activists argue that farmers have just whiled away their time instead of making changes.”Egg producers have had six years to come into compliance with Prop. 2, and instead of using that time to convert to cage-free systems, they’ve simply sued and sued and lost every suit they filed while sitting on their hands,” Paul Shapiro, vice president for farm animal protection at the Humane Society of the United States was quoted by The Los Angeles Times.We Don’t Mind Paying As Long As the Hens are Comfortable!Consumer reaction to the impending price hike hasn’t been very extreme. In fact, most don’t mind paying more than $4 for a dozen eggs.”I’m already paying $4 for a dozen eggs. But I’d pay a lot more if it guarantees decent living conditions for the chickens laying them,” one comment on Gawker read.”I think it’s a good idea… the way they raise some of the animals and the farming, it’s a little inhumane,” Pat Tyson, a resident of Glendale told ABC Los Angeles.Some want the best of both worlds though.”I think chickens should have more room, but I think we shouldn’t have our prices raised,” Sandra Bay, a resident of San Bruno, told the channel.
So we’ve just celebrated our 70th Republic Day with unprecedented grandeur, pride and dignity. The British, as we all know, ruled India for almost two centuries and had an overwhelming impact on the economic, political and social structure of the country. There was no facet of life of ordinary Indians that remained untouched or unaffected by British rule and the impact is being felt to this day.Apart from the overall impact on the culture of the country, the British also introduced many culinary novelties to the country and in time an entirely new cuisine was developed which we now know as the Anglo- Indian cuisine. Although not extremely popular, this cuisine has its own unique characteristics and complexities which is understandable considering the fact that it married two cuisines that had nothing in common, not even by far. Legend has it that the Anglo Indian cuisine was developed when the British women, the wives of the officers of the crown interacted with their domestic helps and cooks who were always Indian. The unusual concoctions resulting out of these interactions took some getting used to some of the times and didn’t become runaway successes while some others are among the best known global dishes from the subcontinent. In this article let us try and analyse some of the best known and accepted Anglo Indian dishes that became an intrinsic part of the cuisine of India. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfThe ingredients So there is no easy way to say this but most ‘authentic’ Indian food that we swear by today, be it the luscious aaloo dum the tomato chutney, the quintessential gajar halva or even the ultimate comfort food the sandwich simply did not exist before the British arrived in the country. The reason is simple, we in India neither had seen the Potato (which was brought by the Portuguese but the British helped popularise it), nor the tomato, cauliflower, orange carrot and more that completely changed the way we ate ever since. It can’t be emphasised enough that many of these ingredients went on to create dishes that define the Indian cuisine the way we see it today. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveThe Loaf Can anyone among us imagine our life without the bread? Well except if you are a Bollywood A-lister that has been advised against bulking up and told that bread is the culprit. Bread was a gift of the British to India. Like most other British culinary imports which didn’t really make a big difference in the cuisine of the people from the poorer classes but had a tremendous impact on the newly minted, educated, middle and upper middle classes, the bread just took the country by storm and to this day remains one of the most popular staples in our cities and towns. So much so, that the ‘double roti’ also was used in many dishes such as bread pakora or shahi tukda that took the humble bread loaf to another culinary pinnacle. The Curry If you travel to the US, most Indian food joints are called ‘Curry houses’ and most Indian gravies are simply called curries. Ironic since before the British came, we did not have a curry, certainly not the way the British envisaged it. The word curry, although said to have a South Indian origin, the curry itself is more of a British concept of a ‘spiced sauce’ than an intricate flavourful base that the Indian gravies really are. Similarly, the curry powder is also a British construct to preprepare a balanced mix of many spices that went into making a curry and to tone it down a bit so that it is palatable to their mild palates. So the curry – the most basic of Indian culinary component, the everyday meal to almost everybody, is a British invention. The Chutney Although the word chutney derives from the Hindi word ‘to lick’, the way the world sees chutney today is actually an Anglo Indian concept. Back in the day, the British thought it would be a good idea to use some of the Indian spices, jaggery, vinegar and use the concoction to preserve their native fruits such as apples, rhubarb or pears and make a relish that they can enjoy the year around. They decided to call it chutney since it basically tried to imitate its fiery, simple, savoury original that was popular in India, prepared fresh, tangy and spicy and generally served with meals as an accompaniment. The Chai It’s impossible to imagine that we live in the world’s largest consumer country of tea. But do you know it was brought to us by the British? In India, there was no concept of tea drinking before the mid-1800s when the British thought it could be a profitable venture to establish some tea gardens and introduce tea as a beverage to the Indians. The British themselves were quite fond of tea and wanted to overthrow the Chinese monopoly on tea trade after finding out how Indian climate was extremely conducive and the soil perfect for growing tea. The tea was paired with biscuit, another import of the British India and even to this day millions of Indians start their day with chai – biskoot. The Sandwich Another significant historical figure in the Britisher’s culinary contribution to India was the British aristocrat John Montagu, the 4th Earl of Sandwich, a town in Kent, UK who popularised the ‘Bread and a Filling’ innovation to a level where it is today among the most eaten food dishes in the world. To put things in context, Americans alone eat more than 300 million sandwiches a day almost equal to their whole population. In India, sandwiches made a significant impact on the local food offering, especially the snack time foods in the major towns. In Bombay Pao bhaji, vada pao and the ubiquitous Bombay Toast became popular and are among the most popular food of local Bombay street food culture today. Highness Although it is inarguable that the overall influence of the British colonialism on the Indian cuisine was far lesser when compared to the Mughals for example, it still was significant and had an immense impact on the culinary habits of the populace, predominantly on those who lived in cities and towns. To complete this column, let me leave you with a colonial recipe.RECIPE BOMBAY CHUTNEY SANDWICH Ingredients Bread Slices: 3 Potato: 1 medium (boiled and cut into roundels) Tomato: 1 (cut into roundels) Cucumber: Few slices Capsicum: Few roundels Grated Cheese: 50 gm Butter: 10 gm Green chutney: 20 gm Chat Masala: few pinches Method Butter the bread slices generously. Spread chutney on the inside of each slice. To assemble, lay one slice of bread, spread boiled potato and capsicum, sprinkle chat masala on the top. Put the middle bread layer and spread tomato, cucumber and cheese. Add more chat masala and cover it with the final layer of bread. Grill the sandwich in a sandwich griller or toast in a sandwich toaster. Serve hot with tomato ketchup.
The closed stretch of the carriageway (Image: Roadworks.org) Get the biggest Daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribingSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailA busy road between Derbyshire and Cheshire is set to be closed for 16 weeks while roadworks take place to upgrade a safety barriers. The A54, which runs from Buxton to Bosley Crossroads, will be closed near Wildboarclough in the Peak District National Park while the work takes place – with the route shut to vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists. The stretch of road, which connects the High Peak town to areas including Macclesfield and Congleton, will be shut 24 hours a day from Monday July 30 until November. A Cheshire East Council spokesman said: “There is no right time to undertake works on a busy road such as the A54 Buxton Road. We have planned this work to try to minimise disruption to local residents, businesses and members of the travelling public. “We recognise the works will be cause some disruption but we will do all we can to minimise the impact and would like to apologise in advance for any inconvenience caused. Read MoreThree children taken to hospital after M6 crash “The works must be carried out within a restricted time of year due to the seasonal weather and ecological constraints of the site. “Work is expected to last for approximately 16 weeks during which time vehicles, cyclists and pedestrians will be unable to pass through the site.” The council said a signed diversion will be in place at both the south (Bosley crossroads) and the north (junction A537/A54). Via A523, London Road, A537 Buxton New Road and A54 also operating in reverse. Want to keep up to date with the latest traffic and travel news?Each day Stoke-on-Trent Live journalists bring you the latest news on the roads and railways across Stoke-on-Trent, North Staffordshire, South Cheshire and further afield to help keep you on the move. For the very latest updates on roads including the M6, A500, A50 and more, visit our dedicated traffic and travel news channel here. We also run a live news feed each weekday, which you can access on our website’s homepage from 7am to 9pm from Monday to Friday. And for more as-we-get-it updates on the roads across the region and beyond, join The Sentinel’s traffic and travel Facebook group here.
Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Second-year linebacker Haason Reddick hardly got off the sideline until a quarter of the way through the season, but the 24-year-old and 13th overall pick in 2017 finished the year relatively strong.Now, with his third head coach in three years, the converted edge rusher is exuding confidence. All the excuses about his inexperience as true linebacker could be an annoyance. To him, they can also be used to turn his career into a success story.“With the experience from my last two years … I feel way smarter, seeing things way faster. It’s just, my continued growth is crazy right now,” he said Wednesday. “Where I’m at right now, I can’t wait to see where I’m at by the end of, like, training camp going into the season.”Related LinksWashington Post gives Cardinals 0 percent chance to win divisionCardinals rightly focus on walk, not talk, early on under KingsburyCorey Peters: Arizona Cardinals have roster to go from worst to 1stBase offense enough to get Cardinals RB David Johnson excitedCardinals WR Kevin White ready to prove he belongs, not a bustAs a rookie, Reddick jumped between an inside linebacker spot and the edge pass-rushing position as an outside linebacker in a 3-4 defense. Last season, he worked as an off-ball linebacker in a 4-3. This year, he’s a favorite to start in a 3-4 alongside inside linebacker Jordan Hicks, the Cardinals’ biggest free agent addition.“I was asked to do a lot of different things,” Reddick said of his career thus far. “All that I can say is that I tried to do what I was asked of as best as I can. Same thing I’m going to do here.” Reddick said he worked to maintain his 235-pound frame this offseason. It’s the mind that he wants to improve in order to build upon two up-and-down seasons.“Nothing really different,” he said of his training routine, “just mindset, what I want out of this year, who I’m going to be this year and you know, what’s my goals this year?”Of the many coaches, struggles and concepts to learn from as he’s transitioned to the pro game at a new position, Reddick doesn’t want to discuss the cards he’s been dealt.“It’s the game. There’s always going to be changes,” he said. “At the end of the day, I’m doing what I love and it’s fun, but at the end of the day it’s a job. And whatever the job requires me to do, I have to get it done. I can’t be sad about it, mad about it, nothing like that. If anything, it’s just a fresh start.” Arizona’s scheme has changed again, but under defensive coordinator Vance Joseph and linebackers coach Bill Davis, Reddick feels that his experience is catching up to his athletic ability. Playing as an inside linebacker isn’t so different from his role a year ago.“I really like inside linebacker for the fact that I’m back and I can see more,” he said. “I like the fact that I see certain things, I can be like, ‘OK, I know what’s about to happen … Or why is he standing like that?’ ‘Cause it’s like a game now, like you’re playing chess, and I like that a lot.”The Cardinals hope Hicks, 26, can help Reddick continue playing catch-up at his position.“What’s crazy is, I’ve been in quite a bit of defenses before. The last three years (in Philadelphia) is the longest I’ve been in a defense since high school,” Hicks said. “So the fact that I think I have that understanding and have seen quite a bit has helped me a lot.”Hicks has produced when healthy. In 12 games for the Eagles in 2018, he made 91 tackles with three sacks and five passes defensed. In his first two seasons in the NFL after being drafted in the third round in 2015, he flashed his ability to cover to the extreme, nabbing seven picks and 14 passes defensed in 24 games played. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo 3 Comments Share San Francisco 49ers running back Alfred Morris (46) is hit by Arizona Cardinals linebacker Haason Reddick (43) and free safety Antoine Bethea (41) during the second half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Oct. 28, 2018, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri) Just a few weeks into organized team activities with the Cardinals, Reddick said his chemistry with Hicks is already top-notch, as if they’ve been in Joseph’s system for “two, three years.” Head coach Kliff Kingsbury believes Reddick’s physical talents pop in film sessions and added that Hicks’ presence can speed up Reddick’s progress.“He really moves well to the football. I think he’s getting a feel for being off the ball,” Kingsbury said. “I think having a guy like Jordan Hicks, too, a veteran player, next to him is going to go a long way for him.”Reddick has never made excuses, not about not starting the first four games of 2018 and not about Arizona’s coaching staffs jerking him around positionally.He believes the tumult has made him better, and he doesn’t mind that he’s lost his identity as an undersized pass-rusher — that is, after all, what made him a first-round pick.Even last season, there were signs of promise. Reddick averaged 8.6 yards per reception allowed in coverage, not bad for a linebacker. He was eighth among backers with 18 quarterback pressures, according to Pro Football Focus. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact TEMPE, Ariz. — Aside from veteran Josh Bynes, linebackers bobbed and weaved their way in and out of the Arizona Cardinals’ lineups in 2018.Even in nickel packages where now-safety Budda Baker was an interior defender, the linebackers struggled to contain the edges or find themselves in the right position to make tackles under then-head coach Steve Wilks. Arizona allowed 4.9 yards per carry, tied for third-worst in the NFL last year. Top Stories
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Aniston: Netflix ‘Friends’ deal a testament of show’s value by Ryan Pearson, The Associated Press Posted Dec 7, 2018 7:26 am PDT LOS ANGELES — Jennifer Aniston calls it “amazing” that “Friends” still has an audience big enough to prompt multi-million dollar business deals to keep it from disappearing on Netflix.“I find it amazing that it’s continued to have such love and such an audience and such an appetite for it,” Aniston told The Associated Press Thursday at the premiere of her Netflix film “Dumplin’.”After an outcry from fans, Netflix announced earlier in the week that it was keeping the adventures of Ross, Rachel, Phoebe and Joey available to subscribers through 2019 — at a reported $100 million price tag to the streaming service.“I think it says a lot about the show. Especially since it takes place at a time where it’s so different from now. You know, people actually spoke to each other and hung out with each other and talked,” Aniston said.WarnerMedia owns the show, which aired on NBC for ten years ending in 2004. It won six Emmy Awards, including a best comedy actress Emmy for Aniston.Netflix paid more than triple the $30 million a year it had been paying for “Friends,” The New York Times reported earlier this week, citing two unidentified people with direct knowledge of the deal“Friends” could soon appear more places online. The Times said nothing in the Netflix deal prevented the show from appearing on a streaming service AT&T plans to launch in 2020.Ryan Pearson, The Associated Press Jennifer Aniston attends the world premiere of “Dumplin'” at TCL Chinese Theatre on Thursday, Dec. 6, 2018, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP) AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
The liquidation of Olympic Insurance, which resulted from its failure to satisfy capital requirements, has raised questions over who is ultimately responsible to compensate victims of traffic accidents caused by drivers insured by the insolvent company, stakeholders said.The company, whose winding up was petitioned at the court on August 10, had its licence stripped over concerns about its solvency, Pavlos Nacouzi, provisional liquidator said on Tuesday.Olympic’s “auditors declined to express an opinion about the existence and value of certain assets which meant consequently, that the company could not satisfy capital adequacy requirements,” Nacouzi said. “Hence, the superintendent of insurance revoked the licence in May”.The assets in question included securities and immovable property in non-EU countries, which he didn’t specify.“Olympic contributed over the years 16m Bulgarian lev (€8m) to the fund, which does not consider itself responsible in paying Bulgarian victims of Olympic insured drivers”.Now questions remain open over which fund tasked with insuring victims of traffic accidents involving drivers who bought a third-party insurance from Olympic will be responsible for covering cases in Bulgaria.The company’s insolvency caused shockwaves in Bulgaria in which it was one of the largest insurers in the third-party liability business with 197,551 customers and a market share of 9 per cent.The value of affected policies in Bulgaria is estimated at around €20m. While the company was relatively big in Bulgaria, its operations in Cyprus, where it was based and supervised, were smaller and accounted for €4m, or around 0.5 per cent of the sector’s total premiums in 2016, according to the website of the Insurance Association of Cyprus.The Balkan country’s Foreign Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Ekaterina Zakharieva summoned Cypriot ambassador Marios Kountourides on Monday over the matter. Officials of the ICCS, which supervises Cyprus’ insurance companies, also met with a Bulgarian diplomat in Nicosia on Tuesday.The Cyprus Mail understands that according to preliminary estimates, the value of refundable premiums and claims from accidents that occurred before the termination of the contracts last week could be as high as €50m.Akis Papachristodoulou, general manager of the Motor Insurance Fund (MIF) which compensates victims of accidents caused by drivers that are either uninsured, unknown, or holders of a policy from an insolvent company, said the fund is primarily responsible in cases of accidents involving Cyprus-registered vehicles.“There are some obligations for policyholders in other countries deriving from cross-border agreements signed by the MIF,” he said. “The MIF has already signed such an agreement with its Bulgarian counterpart”.Although details of the Cypro-Bulgarian agreement remain unclear, Papachristodoulou said that given the expected revenue the liquidation is expected to generate, “we believe we have the means to cope successfully with the case of Olympic Insurance”.The failure of Olympic led to the resignation of Ralitsa Agayn, the deputy chairwoman of Bulgaria’s Financial Supervision Commission KFN, according to the Sofia Globe news site. Agayn submitted her resignation to the parliament which interrupted its summer recess. It was in response to criticism of Finance Minister Vladislav Goranov.Goranov accused her of failing to notify the government and his ministry of the possible impact Olympic’s failure would have on the Bulgarian market, the Sofia Globe reported. Agayn said that with her resignation was “an emotional and moral act” and not and not an admission of failure.Prime Minister Boiko Borissov told lawmakers on Tuesday that the government would set up a task force of experts from all parliamentary-represented parties to draft a solution to compensate customers of the failed company, who now have to purchase new insurance policies for the rest of the year.According to Agayn, the average loss for each of the 197,551 affected policy holders in Bulgaria will be around 200 Bulgarian lev, which is less than €100. The company, she continued, had attracted a relatively small number of complaints since 2009 when it entered the market.She added that Olympic was fined totally 30,000 Bulgarian lev compared to a total of 1.1m Bulgarian leva imposed last year alone.When the court issues the winding up ordered, it will apply retrospectively from the date of the petition, and affected policyholders will have to claim a refund by filing an application in Cypriot court or the Cypriot embassy in Bulgaria, Nacouzi said. 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claims by the Cameroonian government that its troops were responsible for the decimation of some terrorists in Nigeria last week According to a tweet from the handle of Defence Headquarters on Monday “There was no raid whatsoever by Cameroon or any foreign forces in any part of Nigeria’s territory in pursuit of terrorists as claimed in some reports allegedly quoting Cameroon military authorities “All operations ongoing in the environs of Konduga and all associated border locations within the country are completely being undertaken by Nigerian troops” Though the Nigerian military was yet to officially identify some of the top insurgents killed in recent operations DailyPost reports that suspected insurgents had continued to lay down their arms Also the Nigerian Army has recovered more weapons during mop-up operations while some of the insurgents’ vehicles have been destroyed Recently the insurgents had made several desperate attempts to gain entry to Konduga which the military in the 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rape armed robbery illegal possession of fire arms cultism: all these cases are not bailable “As I speak to you now I can say that all the cells are congested and this is as a result of the courts that are not opened Our hands are tied” Mohammad explained An Ondo State High Court sitting in Akure has barred the State Independent Electoral Commission (ODIEC) from conducting the local government elections scheduled for December 1 In a suit marked Ak/195/2018 and filed by the Idowu Otetubi led faction of the state’s chapter of the All Progressives Congress APC against the party’s chairman in the state Ade Adetimehin the State Executive Committee of the party the APC as well as the Ondo State Independent Electoral Commission (ODIEC) the applicant had prayed that the court should restrain the 4th defendant which is ODIEC from accepting any lists of candidates from the Adetimehin led faction of the party ahead of the December 1 local government polls Justice Kolawole of the Ondo State High Court after hearing the submission of the applicant’s counsel Tolu Babaleye granted the prayer of the applicants and gave an order of interim injunction restraining ODIEC from conducting the LG polls pending the determination of the case “The 4th defendants respondent is retrained in the interim from entertaining honouring or welcoming any list of candidate emanating from any purported primary election conducted by the 1st defendant-led State Executive Committee for the 3rd defendant for the purpose of the local government election in Ondo State slated for 1st December 2018 pending the determination of the motion on notice filed by the claimants” the court ruled The motion on notice was subsequently adjourned for hearing till Monday September 17 With this development more crisis seems to be in the offing for the Ondo State chapter of the All Progressives Congress APC as the party struggles with series of challenges battling it Apart from the recent indirect/direct primary tussle which 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