The tour of Fatehpur Sikri did not go as per plan for Quentin Jeremy Clerc and his partner Marie Droz. But the Uttar Pradesh police hope to mitigate some of the bitterness by gifting them a compilation of sympathetic messages from social media. Director-General of Police Sulkhan Singh on Friday released the 80-page booklet as a farewell gesture.Mr. Clerc and Ms. Droz had been attacked by some youths near a rail track at Fatehpur Sikri in Agra on October 22. The Swiss couple were first stalked and harassed before being brutally assaulted with stones and sticks. While Mr. Clerc suffered a fractured skull, Ms. Droz got a broken arm and many bruises. The incident triggered widespread outrage.After facing heavy criticism, the police invited people to send “get well soon” tweets to the couple with the hashtag GWSMarieandJeremy. Police spokesperson Rahul Srivastava said the police received 600-700 tweets in response. “We chose the better ones for the booklet,” he said. The tweets comprised get-well-soon messages, apologies, criticism of the system, and invitations to homes during their next visit.Among the tweets in the booklet, one read: “You both are God for us. Atithi Devo Bhav[a].” Another said: “Our country has great warmth and a few lumpen elements should not give a false image (sic).” “This shameful incident awaked our system…” said another.The police had planned to hand over the booklet to the couple. But they could not do so as they had already left for Switzerland. Mr. Srivastava told The Hindu that the Ministry of External Affairs assured him that a copy would be sent to them. A copy would also be gifted to External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj. Senior Superintendent of Police, Agra, Amit Pathak and Mr. Srivastava gifted copies of the booklet to Tamara Mona, Deputy Head of Mission, Swiss Embassy, and MEA spokesperson Raveesh Kumar in Delhi.
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MOST READ Kawhi Leonard scored 20 points and the Raptors closed their regular season with a 120-100 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Tuesday night.“I think all of us want to win, get to that promised land,” Leonard said. “That’s a great group of guys here that are unselfish, want to win, want to play defense, want to do the right things on the floor.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesSPORTSSingapore latest to raise issue on SEA Games food, logisticsFred VanVleet scored 16 points, and Chris Boucher had a career-high 15 points and 13 rebounds off the bench for the Raptors, who finished the regular season at 58-24. They’ll be the second seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs and face the Brooklyn Nets, Detroit Pistons or Orlando Magic in the first round.“Since I’ve been in the league these last three years, we’ve been one of the top teams in the league, top teams in the East,” VanVleet said. “There’s a lot that comes with that. You should take pride in that.” Panelo: Duterte ‘angry’ with SEA Games hosting hassles Boucher scored 11 points in 10 minutes in the second quarter. Boucher’s previous career best was the nine points he scored Dec. 28 against the Orlando Magic. Boucher, the G-League Most Valuable Player and Defensive Player of the Year, was signed to a standard NBA contract on Feb. 10.“I just want to play,” Boucher said. “When you get in the game, play hard, good things happen.”Towns did not play because of knee soreness. Saunders said Towns would travel with the team for Wednesday’s season finale in Denver and be a game-time decision.The Raptors set a franchise record with their 26th road victory of the season. The only player who missed Tuesday’s game with an injury was guard Patrick McCaw (sprained right thumb). Starting guard Kyle Lowry and forward Serge Ibaka were rested.“I think we’re about as healthy as we could be,” Raptors coach Nick Nurse said. “I think it was nice to get Serge and Kyle a night tonight.”GOOD TIMINGThe Raptors were in Minneapolis on Monday night, allowing coach Nick Nurse and his staff to attend Monday night’s NCAA title game. Nurse played against Virginia coach Tony Bennett when Nurse was at Northern Iowa and Bennett was at Wisconsin-Green Bay. “I think I held him to 29 points one time,” Nurse joked.TIP-INSRaptors: G Kyle Lowry (rest), F/C Serge Ibaka (rest) and G Patrick McCaw (sprained right thumb) did not play. VanVleet started in place of Lowry. . Toronto reached 1,000 made 3-pointers in a season for the first time.Timberwolves: G Jerryd Bayless (right ankle contusion) and F Taj Gibson (strained left calf) did not play. They joined Towns and long-term absentees F Robert Covington (bone bruise on right knee), F Luol Deng (left Achilles soreness), G Derrick Rose (right elbow surgery) and G Jeff Teague (left foot inflammation) in missing the game. . Dieng made his first start since April 12, 2017. . Tyus Jones had his stretch of 129:18 without a turnover snapped. Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Hontiveros presses for security audit of national power grid Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. John Marvin Miciano begins GM norm hunt in Mongolia Fide meet SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte Andrew Wiggins and Gorgui Dieng each scored 16 points for the Timberwolves, who played without All-Star center Karl-Anthony Towns. Dieng started in Towns’ place. It was Dieng’s first start since April 12, 2017.“Starting or playing from the bench, it doesn’t really matter to me,” Dieng said. “I just want to play and help the team. I think it’s good that I get to use this playing time.”Toronto went on a 20-5 run over the final 5:16 of the second quarter and led 69-47 at halftime.The Timberwolves never got closer than 15 points in the second half, and the Raptors led by as many as 32 points in the final two periods.“I looked at little things and after that big second quarter from Toronto, we started trying to, ‘OK, let’s win the next quarter,’ and we did,” Timberwolves coach Ryan Saunders said. “We won the first quarter, so those were positives to us. But ultimately, we didn’t do enough things to be in the game at the end.”ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES DA eyes importing ‘galunggong’ anew View comments Cayetano: Senate, Drilon to be blamed for SEA Games mess Philippine Arena Interchange inaugurated PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss Toronto Raptors’ Pascal Siakam holds on to the ball next to Minnesota Timberwolves’ Gorgui Dieng during the second half of an NBA basketball game Tuesday, April 9, 2019, in Minneapolis. Toronto won 120-100. (AP Photo/Stacy Bengs)MINNEAPOLIS — The Toronto Raptors are healthy, confident and ready for the playoffs.Now, all that’s left is to find out their opponent.ADVERTISEMENT Duterte wants probe of SEA Games mess UP NEXTRaptors: Hosts Brooklyn Nets, Orlando Magic or Detroit Pistons in Eastern Conference playoffs.Timberwolves: At Denver Nuggets on Wednesday.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next
Kraljevo (Serbia), Sept 15 (PTI) Rohan Bopanna and Saketh Myneni lost the do-or-die doubles rubber against Serbia as India conceded an unassailable 0-3 lead to lose the Davis World Group Play-off tie here Saturday. However India can still have a shot at the qualification for the Davis Cup finals in five months from now as per new rules. After losing both the singles on Friday, India needed a win to stay alive but Bopanna and Myneni, who replaced originally nominated N Sriram Balaji, could not keep the country afloat. They lost 6-7(5) 2-6 6-7(4) to relatively inexperienced pair of Nikola Milojevic and Danilo Petrovic after two hours and 22 minutes on indoor courts at Kraljevo Sports Venue. The reverse singles, scheduled for Sunday, have now become inconsequential. Bopanna and Myneni, who recently made a comeback to the competitive tennis from an injury, had a set point in the third set, serving at 5-3 but dropped serve. The Serbians did not give the Indians any more chances and sealed the tie in the hosts favour. India have now lost three ties in a row to Serbia, which did not have its top players. India were expected to do a better job than this, since reigning US Open Champion Novak Djokovic opted out and Filip Krajinovic pulled out due to an injury. Since new Davis Cup reforms have been introduced India will not have to go back to Asia/Oceania Group immediately. Instead, India will compete in a 24-team qualifying event (home and away format) in February, 2019 to qualify for the 18-team Davis Cup Finals, to be held either in Madrid or Lille from November 18-24, next year.advertisement The 12 winners will qualify while four semi-finalists from the 2018 season will get direct entry. The ITF will award two wild cards for the inaugural Davis Cup finals. The Indian team is ranked 20th and effectively it is 16th considering that four semifinalists will not be part of the qualifying event. The two worst teams in the qualifiers will go back to the zonal competition. PTI AT KHS KHSKHS
Malaysia Cup Pahang and Melaka take up the last 2 spots in M’sia Cup quarters Ooi Kin Fai Last updated 2 years ago 06:00 10/9/2017 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Pahang FA Malaysia Cup Johor Darul Ta’zim Kedah v Kelantan Negeri Sembilan v PKNP Kuala Lumpur v PKNS Johor Darul Ta’zim v Selangor Terengganu v Sarawak Pahang v Terengganu II UiTM v Melaka United Perak v FELDA United FELDA United PKNS Negeri Sembilan Kuala Lumpur Selangor Sarawak Terengganu II UiTM Melaka United Pahang Perak Terengganu Kelantan Kedah PKNP The quarterfinal match-ups of the 2017 Malaysia Cup have been confirmed after Pahang and Melaka sealed place in the knockout phase. Pahang and Melaka United became the final two teams to qualify to the knockout stage of the 2017 Malaysia Cup as the group stage came to a close on Saturday night. They join PKNP FC, Perak, Felda United, Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT), Selangor and Kedah who have all confirmed their quarter final ticket before the last round of matches.The quarterfinal matches have also been decided with Pahang playing Perak, Felda hosting PKNP, Selangor going up against Kedah and Melaka facing up against JDT. The first leg matches are scheduled to take place over two day, 15 – 16 September. Editors’ Picks ‘I’m getting better’ – Can Man Utd flop Fred save his Old Trafford career? Why Barcelona god Messi will never be worshipped in the same way in Argentina Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing In Group A, Pahang clinched the second spot in the group after defeating T-Team 3-2 at Darul Makmur Stadium. The Titans gave the Elephants a run for their money, equalising twice in the match through Syed Sobri and Youssouf Maiga after Matheus Alves and Nor Azam Azih had given their team the lead. It was left to Yamil Romero to seal the win with five minutes left to play, a result which was a double blow for T-Team as it knocks them out of the competition. Negeri Sembilan and PKNP played out a goal-less draw in the other match.(C) Perak TBGOver in Group B, with the top two spots already confirmed, it was a battle between Perak and Felda to see who finishes top of the group. Mehmet Durakovic put out a mixture of first teamers and fringe players but was still able to guide Perak to a 2-1 win. Nizad Ayub opened the scoring in the first half but the visitors struck back through Danial Amier. Shahrul Saad emerged as the hero as his late goal proved to be the winner. Guilherme de Paula scored twice for Kuala Lumpur as they beat PKNS FC 2-0 in the group’s other match.Things were a little less straightforward in Group C. Before the start of the day, Melaka needed only a point to confirm their place in the last eight and were given a big scare by UiTM FC. In a ding-dong battle, the plucky UiTM side handed Melaka an embarrassing 5-3 defeat. Akanni Sunday’s late penalty conversion ultimately became the deciding factor and killed the last breath of fight in Melaka. However, Melaka were able to count their lucky stars as Kedah took the match against Kelantan seriously to triumphed 2-0 at Darul Aman Stadium. Ken Ilso continuing his fine form with another goal to add to an earlier strike from Sandro da Silva as The Red Eagles won the group with consummate ease. (C) Johor Southern TigersLike Group B, Group D was also another battle to determine the winners of the group and it was JDT who was victorious in that battle with a 3-1 win. Mohammed Ghaddar benefited from Gonzalo Cabrera’s delivery from the left to open the scoring but Selangor equalised through Rufino Segovia. Gary Steven Robbat capped a rare start with a headed goal before half time to restore JDT’s lead and Ghaddar added to Selangor’s wounds in the second half, reacting quickest to Natxo Insa’s shot that bounced off the post. Terengganu and Sarawak played out a 3-3 draw in the group’s remaining match.
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OTTAWA – A new report from a bipartisan think-tank says the federal government should scale back its spending on water and sewage systems in Canadian cities for each community’s financial good.The Ecofiscal Commission report being released today makes the case that the fees homeowners pay for the water running through their taps and down their drains don’t cover the full cost of service, leading to gaps in funding that upper levels of government have been trying to fill for years.So long as fees don’t cover costs, that gap is likely to remain.“While most of us have access to good water, some of us don’t,” said Chris Ragan, the commission’s chairman.“If your infrastructure deficits are there, there’s always the possibility that we might run into a problem tomorrow.”The recommendations in the report about how to fund thousands of municipal water systems run upstream to the billions in new spending federal and provincial governments are pouring into infrastructure to close a funding gap that the commission estimates at $142 billion. The report says that at start of 2015, there were at least 1,838 communities under drinking-water advisories, the result of crumbling infrastructure.The Liberals plan to pour some $9.2 billion into so-called green infrastructure funding over the next 11 years, with an extra $5 billion through a new infrastructure financing agency with the hopes that it pries two or three times that amount from private sector investors wooed by the idea that they can charge user fees for water and waste water systems to see a return on their investment.About 90 per cent of all the homes in Canada receive water and waste water services from their local municipality, with the remaining 10 per cent using a well or septic tank and a tiny percentage in communities that have to haul in water.The cost to homeowners has increasingly fallen further away from the costs to run a system and expand it to handle long-term growth expectations, the report says.As long as the cost of water remains relatively cheap, consumption will remain high and put a greater burden on community systems, adding more strain to existing water systems, said Ragan, an economics professor at McGill University.Ragan said upper levels of government could help small communities where there aren’t enough taxpayers to make covering costs easy for each taxpayer, or help cities design user fees to ensure low-income households aren’t overwhelmed by rising rates.Canada ranks fourth in OECD in per capita water use, even though consumption has dropped by about 35 per cent to 223 litres a day in 2013 from 343 litres a day in 1999, according to Statistics Canada.— Follow @jpress on Twitter.
On the eve of the Billboard Music Awards, the stars came out for a night of celebrating at the Guggenheim Partners’ official pre-party.The event was held at HYDE at The Bellagio and raised funds to benefit the T.J. Martell Foundation, which supports research for leukemia, cancer and AIDS at top research hospitals around the country.Jermaine Dupri and Mad Linx were DJs for the evening, which featured surprise spur-of-the-moment performances from today’s hottest artists including Ludacris, Estelle, Fred Durst, Donovan Leitch and Austin Brown. Natasha Bedingfield was also in attendance.Find out more about the TJ Martell Foundation here.
VANCOUVER, B.C. – After matching all four Extra numbers on the June 21st, 2019 Lotto Max draw local, Kim Peck plans to purchase new horses.“We were at a graduation dinner, and somebody said someone in Fort St. John had won $500,000, which a friend said is not a lot of money anymore, but I thought ‘It’s better than a kick in the butt,” said PeckAccording to the BCLC, the 66-year-old winner is a hard-working husband, father and grandfather who is excited to use his winnings to retire, invest in some horses and get back into his hobby of rodeo roping. “When I found out I had won, I told my wife and she was pretty happy! She didn’t believe me at first until I showed her my ticket.”“(The win) means the bills will all be paid off and the house is ours,” Peck said. I haven’t done roping for three years now, and I would like to pick that back up. I have been working a lot in the past, so it will be nice to have more time off.”British Columbians have claimed over $96 million in Lotto Max prizes so far in 2019 and the BCLC offers socially responsible gambling entertainment while generating income to benefit British Columbians.The BCLC shares, play for fun, not to make money.Visit GameSense.com.
“If executed as planned, the operation would almost certainly have caused mass civilian casualties, damaged the Ethiopian economy and disrupted the African Union summit,” states the report of the Monitoring Group on Somalia and Eritrea.The UN panel is tasked with monitoring compliance with embargoes on the delivery of weapons and military equipment to Somalia and Eritrea, as well as probing activities – financial, maritime or in another field – which generate revenue used to violate those embargoes.The report states that the Eritrean Government “conceived, planned, organized and directed a failed plot to disrupt the African Union summit in Addis Ababa by bombing a variety of civilian and governmental targets.”It adds that “since the Eritrean intelligence apparatus responsible for the African Union summit plot is also active in Kenya, Somalia, the Sudan and Uganda, the level of threat it poses to these other countries must be re-evaluated.”The report, which is over 400 pages, also points to Eritrea’s continuing relationship with Al-Shabaab, the Islamist militant group that controls some parts of Somalia’s territory and has been waging a fierce battle against the Transitional Federal Government (TFG) there. While the Eritrean Government acknowledges that it maintains relationships with Somali armed opposition groups, including Al-Shabaab, it denies that it provides any military, material or financial support and says its links are limited to a political, and even humanitarian, nature.However, evidence and testimony obtained by the Monitoring Group, including records of financial payments, interviews with eyewitnesses and data relating to maritime and aviation movements, all indicate that Eritrean support for Somali armed opposition groups is not limited to the political or humanitarian dimensions.The Group says that Eritrea’s continuing relationship with Al-Shabaab appears designed to “legitimize and embolden the group rather than to curb its extremist orientation or encourage its participation in a political process.”Moreover, Eritrean involvement in Somalia reflects a broader pattern of intelligence and special operations activity, including training, financial and logistical support to armed opposition groups in Djibouti, Ethiopia, the Sudan and possibly Uganda in violation of the Security Council’s embargoes. Among the concerns the Group expresses regarding Somalia are the TFG’s “lack of vision or cohesion, its endemic corruption and its failure to advance the political process,” all of which are impediments to security and stabilization in southern Somalia.The “burgeoning” engagement in Somalia of private security companies, whether to deter pirates or to provide security on land, is of growing concern, it adds. The Group believes that at least two such companies have committed significant violations of the arms embargo by engaging in unauthorized training and equipping of Somali militias. 28 July 2011The Eritrean Government planned a massive attack on an African Union meeting held earlier this year, according to a new United Nations report that states that this was just one of multiple violations of Security Council arms embargoes committed by the small East African nation.
Does deforestation improve or worsen human health? What exactly has happened in Somalia since Hollywood released a film called “Black Hawk Down?” How can farmers living at the mercy of middle men far from urban centres in Africa, Asia, or Latin America learn how much their produce is worth in distant markets?These are among the questions members of the public might ask and which are answered by what the head of the United Nations Department of Public Information (DPI), Shashi Tharoor, presented today, on World Press Freedom Day, as “Ten Stories the World Should Hear More About.”“Our list presents a wide spectrum of matters of concern to many, many people around the world, and we look forward to working with media everywhere to help raise the profile of these stories,” Mr. Tharoor, the UN Under-Secretary-General for Communications and Public Information, said at a seminar on the role of media in promoting tolerance.If it were asked the first answer, DPI would point to UN Environment Programme (UNEP) reports from scientists who “have identified a loathsome catalogue of infectious diseases that have revived and thrived in places where natural habitats are altered or degraded by loggers, road and dam builders and urban encroachment.”“A team from Johns Hopkins University in the United States found that even a 1 per cent increase in deforestation in Peru increases the number of malaria-bearing mosquitoes by 8 percent,” it says. Malaria mosquitoes are also breeding in stagnant water in shallow gem-mining pits in Sri Lanka.In the United States, “cases of the tick-borne Lyme disease in New York and Connecticut have surged as humans have moved into forested areas where tick-carrying deer thrive,” it says.The lack of security in Somalia, which has endured the longest period of state collapse in recent history, has kept “the presence of international media to a minimum at a time when this story needs a bright light from the outside helping to put all parties on notice that the world is watching,” DPI says.The UN system is providing Somalis with humanitarian and development assistance, where possible, but “greater media exposure can also help to mobilize humanitarian aid to the country which continues to face drought and famine in addition to the recent deaths and damage to its coastline and fishing villages from the recent Indian Ocean tsunami,” it says.On “Farming in the Dark,” DPI says, “Poor farmers have little chance of getting a fair price for their produce if they don’t know how much markets beyond their villages are willing to pay. The Internet is levelling their playing field through schemes such as INFOSHARE.”With market information being “a central plank in efforts to break out of the poverty cycle,” the example it gives is that INFOSHARE, run by the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), is allowing thousands of remote cocoa and coffee farmers in Cameroon, West Africa, to gain access to the latest market news.The farmer’s share of the price of a package of coffee sold off the supermarket shelf has fallen from 37 per cent in the early 1990s to between 6 and 8 per cent in the new millennium, while cocoa producers get about 7 per cent of the supermarket value, DPI says.Other underplayed stories include the UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) encouraging farmers in Turkey and Thailand to plant legal plants instead of the opium poppies used to make heroin, the post-conflict successes of the UN Mission in Sierra Leone (UNAMSIL) and the abduction, murders, mutilation and other abuse of northern Ugandan children by the rebel Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA), DPI says.Two other underplayed stories are: the emergence of more than 100 human rights institututions in recent years, each one active in working to prevent abuses ranging from torture to discrimination to conflict resolution; and the continuing global epidemic of violence against women, with the abuse usually perpetrated by someone known to the victim.In addition, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the UN Population Fund (UNFPA) have been campaigning in 30 countries in Asia and Africa against obstetric fistula, a childbirth complication which can kill the child and leave the mother with chronic incontinence. Doctors say it could be prevented if girls were allowed to marry later and received adequate health care during pregnancy and delivery.Although the world responded generously after Hurricane Ivan devastated the tiny Caribbean island of Grenada last September, seven months later the UN Development Programme (UNDP reports that the producer of nutmeg and other spices “is living proof of how difficult it can be to translate outpourings of international assistance into recovery and reconstruction,” DPI says.
by Sunny Freeman, The Canadian Press Posted Nov 6, 2012 4:17 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email TORONTO – The number of Canadians missing or defaulting on loan payments fell to pre-recession levels during the summer even though the amount of money owed continued to rise, according to a report from Equifax Canada.Overall non-mortgage debt loads continued to increase during the third quarter, up 1.8 per cent from the same quarter of last year, the credit-monitoring firm said in its latest Quarterly Credit Trends Report released Tuesday. However, only 1.22 per cent of debts were unpaid after 90 days or more in the July-September quarter.That’s down sharply from 1.37 per cent in the previous quarter and the lowest delinquency rate on record going back to early 2007, before the recession began.“This ultimately is a good measure of how people are servicing their debt,” said Nadim Abdo, vice-president of consulting solutions at Equifax Canada.“Debt is increasing at a slower rate, the actual delinquencies are improving, they’re going down. That to me actually shows responsibility of some sort.”The Equifax report suggested Canadian non-mortgage debt totalled $489 billion in the third quarter, up from $484.7 billion in the second quarter.The biggest increase was a nine per cent jump in auto financing loans as buying activity in the Canadian auto market picked up over the past year.Balances on credit cards were actually down, while money owed to banks through term loans and lines of credit grew only moderately.Abdo pointed out that while credit card balances have been falling over the past two years, often lines of credit balances would grow at the same time, suggesting that consumers were transferring credit card debt to other types of lower interest borrowing.“The drop in credit cards could be a deleverage rather than just transferring them somewhere else,” he said.“You could actually argue that people are paying off at least a bit of their credit card debt now.”In addition the credit bureau’s credit seeking index — a measure of consumers’ appetite to take on new debt — actually sat about nine per cent lower than where it stood in 2007, a further sign there is some control in the market, Abdo said.“People who are using credit are using their own credit facilities that they have, versus applying for new ones (like) they were back in the heyday,” he said.“To me, that would be a sign of control.”The study’s findings could be taken as a moderately encouraging sign that Canadians may finally be heeding repeated warnings from both Bank of Canada governor Mark Carney and Finance Minister Jim Flaherty about the perils of taking on too much debt.Still, Statistics Canada’s recently released revised data shows that household market debt has risen to 163 per cent of disposable income, well above the 152 per cent previously reported using a less focused measure.A report earlier this year by Moody’s Analytics said with Canadians so deep in debt, it would be extremely difficult for domestic spending to pick up slack in the economy if things started to go downhill.That could result in a serious downward spiral in employment levels, household spending and the quantity and quality of credit outstanding, it said.During the most recent quarter, consumer credit conditions in Canada remained “stable” and in line with the firm’s projections for GDP growth and unemployment, noted Cristian deRitis, senior director of consumer credit economics at Moody’s.“Balances are declining for credit cards, personal finance and sales finance loans as borrowers turn to bank instalment loans and lines of credit to meet their needs,” he said.“Auto financing continues to experience rapid expansion as Canadians flock to dealer lots and showrooms.”Abdo said that based on the current Canadian economic climate, he expects the trend of declining debt accumulation to continue — barring some large unforeseen shock from the global economy. Canadians missing loan payments falls to pre-recession levels but debts mount
MEMBERS OF KILDARE’S two chambers are to vote on a merger that would create a new business association.The vote on the proposal for a new County Kildare Chamber will take place as the members of North Kildare and Newbridge Chambers hold their concurrent EGMs tomorrow (Wednesday 6 November) in separate hotels.Eilis Quinlan, President of North Kildare Chamber, said that they are urging members of both chambers to support the resolution “if you agree that this is the right proposition for the business community”.One county chamber will help and support our local economy, provide strength in numbers and will be a powerful voice when liaising with both local and national government. The resolution would allow for the creation of a brand new County Kildare Chamber, which is described as “not simply a merger of two chambers”, but instead a new business association that represents the entire County of Kildare.If the members vote for County Kildare Chamber, it would become the third-largest chamber in the country with an expected membership of around 500.At this year’s North Kildare Chamber Annual Conference, Richard Bruton, Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, said that a “County Kildare Chamber with one single voice best represents the varied business community within the county including SME’s, retailers and multinationals”.David O’Reilly, President of Newbridge Chamber, said that a huge amount of research, preparation and consultation was undertaken to establish the need and viability of a county-wide chamber.Read: Gas from a dump in Kildare to become electricity for 14,000 houses>
“I was surprised that they’d be in the market for M&A,” the source said.What Happened?When sale talks began, observers estimated ABRY’s asking price was upwards of $240 million, or about 8x EBITDA. As negotiations progressed, however, Wasserstein’s offer was said to have dipped to, or below, $200 million.“Cygnus’ second lien holders didn’t like their take and they ended up screwing the whole deal” with Wasserstein, another knowledgeable M&A source told FOLIO:. In September, Moody’s Investors Service downgraded three of Cygnus Business Media’s ratings as a result of the publisher’s disclosure that it was in default under the financial covenants of its senior secured loan agreements. Cygnus, according to Moody’s, failed to comply with terms of its first lien senior secured loan agreement and its Series A preferred shareholders agreement. At the time, Cygnus had not announced plans to fund the payment of approximately $167 million in debt which is scheduled to mature in July 2009. About $9 million is due in January.Will a Deal Get Done?“It’s a tough time in the economy. The best thing for Cygnus is to get a deal done and begin focusing on their business and strategy,” one source told FOLIO:. “ABRY is still looking to get something done before the end of the year.”Another source isn’t as optimistic. “The whole thing is still up in the air, but it doesn’t sound like a deal is going to get done at this time. It is not a pretty situation.” This summer, Wasserstein and Co. emerged as the likely buyer for Cygnus Business Media. A deal was expected to close by the end of August.Now, Wasserstein and Cygnus owners, Boston-based ABRY Partners, are “going in different directions,” a knowledgeable source told FOLIO: this week.“Exclusivity was broken,” said the source. “While they still reach out occasionally … [Wasserstein] essentially is on the back burner.”ABRY, according to the source, is entertaining bids from a pair of separate private equity groups. The source declined to name the bidders but called the more interested party “surprising.”
Professional gamers are going to have to submit to drug testing before jumping on the computer for their next big tournament. The Electronic Sports League announced this week that they will require mandatory drug testing before their major events, starting with next month’s ESL One in Cologne, Germany. The move came after a player admitted to using the drug Adderall during a Counter Strike match hosted by the ESL. This is causing quite a stir amongst the gaming community.Trevor Schmidt, Senior Manager at the Electronic Sports League, told Geek.com that in light of a player coming out about his use of Adderall, the ESL plans to revise their drug policies going forward. That player was Cory Friesen, better known to fellow gamers as “Semphis,” who said in a YouTube video last week that he and fellow Cloud9 team members used the drug during a Counter Strike tournament hosted by the ESL. “Esports has seen a dramatic increase in prize money, sponsorship and demand on the players to be successful. The need to find an edge against their fellow competitors has led many players in the direction of PEDs [Performance Enhancing Drugs]. ESL believes it’s critical to provide a level playing field for all players and to maintain the integrity of the sport moving forward,” Schmidt added.The ESL is still working out which exact drugs they will be testing for, and determining what the punishment will be for those who test positive. But their key focus is on amphetamines. They plan to use skin and sweat tests on site during the tournament. Schmidt says these tests will not interfere with the player’s scheduled matches. They also hope to raise awareness of the dangers of performance enhancing drugs by partnering with NADA at the event, and offer information to players and fans alike. The ESL feels it is integral to test players for PEDs. Those at the competitive level often spend eight hours a day, over a span of two to three days in a series of tournaments, and Schmidt says this leads to professional players wanting to maintain a strong edge for the duration of the event. “For all of these reasons and more, drugs that help give them energy, focus and improve their attention to detail are obviously of huge benefit.”Berserk: USF4 Jemmillion vs AG|Demon Hyo.But not everyone agrees. I spoke with professional gamer and commentator @Jemmillion who feels there’s more to gaming than just being able to stay focused. “Can Adderall help a player focus more, and therefore perform better? Yes, it’s possible. But if that player knows nothing about the game, the characters, the moves, etc., being able to focus won’t matter.” She feels there’s more to the issue than fairness and equality, and doesn’t think drug testing has a place in the ESL, “I think it’s going to cause unnecessary issues for the eSports community at a time where we are finally growing and gaining positive publicity.”Drug testing is mandatory in other major sports competitions, so it should come as no surprise that the Electronic Sports League is following suit and instituting their regulations. When people talk about performance enhancing drugs in other sports, they look mainly at the Human Growth Hormone and other steroids that change the players physical attributes — making them stronger, faster, a near superhuman. Adderall has been described as having a similar effect to the mind by some professionals, “It is used to treat children for ADHD but has the exact opposite effect in adults and is in the category of amphetamines,” Michael Bender, PT, DPT, a physical therapist out of Los Angeles, CA told Geek.com.This isn’t the first time Adderall has been in the news. Over the last few years the drug has gained a lot of attention because of its growing use on college campuses. Studies found that students, especially upper classmen and those in more demanding programs, have turned to Adderall as a way to stay focused and stay awake to get through assignments. A report released by the US National Library of Medicine/ National Institutes of Health found some 34% of students surveyed admitting to using Adderall without a prescription when they were stressed out about a school project or test.It’s no wonder the practice has caught on with the professional gaming community. Back in 2013, the United States began recognizing eSports players as professional athletes, which included granting Visa status to those coming into the US to compete. With competitive gaming growing in national popularity, even ESPN 2 aired Blizzard’s Heroes of the Storm Heroes of the Dorm finals live back in April, the sport has more eyes than ever on it. And with that attention also comes a measure of scrutiny.More Than a Game, a documentary by Thomas Hewett and Jack Abbot.What used to be a group of players crowded around an arcade machine in the back of a New York arcade competing for cash prizes, has turned into a series of multimillion dollar world-wide events. Some of the best esports players easily make six figures in a year, with a very few even earning over one million dollars. Hao, a player from China, brought in $1,112,280.99 in 2014 just from playing in competitive DOTA matches. There’s a lot of money to be made in this world, and that ups the ante for players to make sure they are on the top of their game.While the ESL is still working out the specifics, players are already voicing their concerns about how those with legitimate, doctors prescribed doses of Adderall and other drugs will effect their ability to compete in tournaments. Jemmillion, who questions the ESL’s decision, worries how they will handle prescribed medications, “The even bigger issue is telling a player who has a prescription from a doctor and medically needs to take the medication, that they aren’t allowed to compete, because they took it. This is an issue that begins to fall heavily into the whole “fairness and equality” aspect. “Schmidt wanted to assure both players and spectators that the ESL is making sure every case will be examined with care. He cites that they will be following practices established in more traditional sports leagues, and will alter their exemption list accordingly. They are working with the World Anti Doping Agency, and Germany’s own National Anti Doping Agentur, to keep to a high standards and practices.It’s a sticky situation, regardless. While it may seem easy to compare a drug like Adderall to HGH, they really do produce two very different effects on the body. Some people honestly need Adderall in their daily lives to function, but a controlled substance taken without a prescription is illegal in most countries, and the ESL is within their right to take action against players they feel are abusing a drug.
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in contact with animals and handling food the CDC says Make sure your meat is thoroughly cooked avoid raw milk try not to swallow water when swimming in lakes or pools and make sure food preparation areas are very clean Contact us at editors@timecomRepublican presumptive nominee Donald Trump doubled down on a larger theme of his presidential campaign in a speech Wednesday arguing that the American economy once an engine of prosperity is in precipitous decline “The real wages for our workers have not been raised for eighteen years” he said repeating a familiar lament about job destruction open borders and stagnating incomes Trump’s strategy is essentially the same as Mitt Romney’s in 2012 The idea is to appeal to struggling voters’ feelings of economic malaiseand then to ask them implicitly or otherwise to make the decision: Are you better off today under a Democratic administration’s leadership that you would be with a Republican at the helm To millions of Americans particularly the 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according to the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta All this puts Trump’s rival presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in a better position Since launching her campaign last spring Clinton has run on the promise that she would protect and expand President Obama’s economic policy platform It makes her sales job easier that those policies not only appear to be working but that many Americans are feeling it According to a new Federal Reserves report on the Economic Well-Being of US Households in 2015 nearly 70 percent of Americans now say theyre "doing okay" or "living comfortably" Just 185 percent say theyre "worse off" Those numbers while not quite stellar mark a major improvement from 2013 when the same study asking the same questions found that nearly 40% of Americans reported that they were struggling economically Read next: How The Election Will Really Affect Your Investments One reason for the disconnect between Trump’s gloomy statistics about declining wages and Americans’ slightly sunnier outlook is a muddiness in the way we measure economic prosperity If you look at realie inflation-adjustedmedian income of American households Trump’s assessment of American workers’ stagnating wages appears right on But that’s not comparing apples to apples As fertility rates have fallen and as its become more common to live alone American households have shrunk by roughly 34% since the late 90s So comparing a household of two people to a household of four doesn’t necessarily give you a meaningful window into relative prosperity After all a four-person household earning the equivalent of $60000 in 1989 is not necessarily better off than a two-person household earning $45000 in 2016 Yet if you compare the two as static data points it would appear as if household incomes are declining Comparing real household income also doesnt take in account other quirks of American demographics such as the aging population of Baby Boomers Members of that generation have long enjoyed the highest salaries so when the oldest among them began retiring in 2008and swapped those pretty paychecks for pensionsthey artificially skewed income downward The same thing happened when the large Millennial generation those born in the early 1980s entered the job market for the first time As nearly all young people do they secured relatively low entry-level salaries which had the effect of skewing averaging income down In other words according to the San Francisco Federal Reserve report median household income is decliningbut that’s not a fair measure of Americans’ relative prosperity A better measure would be to look at real incomes of Americans on an individual basis According to the Bureau of Economic Analysis most individual Americans real income grew 19% from February to December 2013 In 2014 they grew another 3% and last year they jumped another 4% The average American today makes 13% more than in 1989 and that number has been climbing steadily since the end of the Great 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