New Delhi: Vistara announced on Friday it has leased six aircraft from Singapore-based BOC Aviation to boost its domestic growth and will deploy them to meet the “sudden drop” in capacity in the market. Vistara has leased four Boeing 737-800 NG aircraft to be delivered in May 2019 and two Airbus A320neo powered by CFM LEAP 1A engines, scheduled for delivery in the second half of 2019, it said in a statement.At present, the full-service carrier connects 24 destinations, operates over 850 flights a week served by a fleet of 22 Airbus A320 aircraft. The airline said it has recruited nearly 500 former employees of Jet Airways, including pilots, cabin crew, engineers and other staff to support the next phase of expansion of its domestic operations. Also Read – SC declines Oil Min request to stay sharing of documentsDue to acute lack of funds, Jet Airways suspended its operations on April 17, leaving more than 20,000 employees in the lurch. Leslie Thng, chief executive officer of Vistara, said, “Our focus on serving the domestic market has remained unwavering even as we prepare to become an international airline. These leased aircraft will be deployed to meet the sudden drop in capacity in the market and to aid convenience of travellers.” Thng said the decision to induct different aircraft type in Vistara fleet is a carefully evaluated one, which is both economically and commercially viable, and will eventually help in expanding the airline across India. Also Read – World suffering ‘synchronized slowdown’, says new IMF chiefIn March, Civil Aviation Secretary P S Kharola said Vistara has been given permission to operate international flights. Vistara’s relationship with BOC Aviation dates back to 2014, when the airline announced to lease its first 20 Airbus A320 family aircraft. Last year, for its domestic, short-haul and medium-haul international operations, Vistara placed an aircraft order of a combination of purchased and leased aircraft totalling 50 from the Airbus A320neo family (including the A321neo), with deliveries scheduled between 2019 and 2023. Additionally, the airline has purchased six Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft that are to be delivered between 2020 and 2021 and will be used for long-haul international operations.
TORONTO – The brother of a woman missing in Toronto says a widespread community search for his sister is helping his family get through a difficult time.Zubair Afzal said more than 100 people have joined the effort to find his younger sister, 30-year-old Zabia Afzal, a PhD student who has been missing since Thursday.Afzal’s family is heartened to know there are so many people concerned about her, the woman’s brother said.“It’s the one thing that keeps us going,” he said Monday. “Looking at the friends, looking at the community that’s come out with support. We’re trying to have positive thoughts.”Zubair Afzal said 15,000 posters have been plastered all over Toronto — from the east-end community where his sister was last seen to the downtown core and up to York University, where she is a student.“She’s a very smart, caring individual,” he said. “She especially fights for women’s rights.”He says that his sister is also very communicative, so it’s out of character for her to disappear without telling anybody.The family has also launched a social media campaign, and hundreds of people have tweeted and posted using the hashtag “FindZabia.”Two police forces are investigating the disappearance. York regional police say she was reportedly last seen near Woodbine Beach in Toronto on Thursday morning.Officers in York Region are collecting and investigating tips from the public, while Toronto police are searching the water around where she was last seen.They’re asking anyone with information about Zabia Afzal’s whereabouts to come forward.Note to readers: This is a corrected story. A previous version misspelled Zabia Afzal’s first name.
Alberta’s battle with B.C. over the Trans Mountain pipeline hasn’t much impacted Rachel Notley’s approval rating, according to the latest numbers from Angus Reid.But, the quarrel may have added to John Horgan’s popularity.Notley is sitting at 33 per cent — in the middle of the pack compared to other provincial leaders.“What that says to me is that — the trade war that started between B.C. and Alberta over wine, certainly the war of words and rhetoric is something that hasn’t hurt Notley or her approval levels, (but) it hasn’t necessarily given her much of a bump. Being up a point really means being statistically unchanged,” Shachi Kurl, Angus Reid’s Executive Director, said.B.C.’s premier is tied with Saskatchewan’s Scott Moe, with the highest approval rating at 52 per cent.“It looks like the face-off against the government of Alberta does appear to have helped John Horgan, a little bit. A three point increase in approval is not massive but it’s certainly in the right direction.” Kurl said.Kurl said we’ve heard the opposition saying Notley has lost the conflict with Horgan.“The numbers would indicate, well nothing necessarily lost, nor nothing necessarily gained,” she said.
Advertisement The 2016 horror film The Boy is almost entirely based around the mystery surrounding the eponymous boy, a vaguely lifelike doll named “Brahms” that Lauren Cohan has been hired to take care of. Cohan initially thinks Brahms’ parents/owners are just a little kooky, but then weird stuff starts to happen that seems to suggest that the doll may actually be alive. We won’t spoil exactly what happens, if only because now a sequel is in the works that will almost certainly utilize the exact same mystery.According to Variety, Katie Holmes will be the one interacting with a spooky doll this time around, with her playing a woman who moves into an estate with a “terrifying history.” Before too long, her young son becomes friends with “an eerily life-like doll he calls Brahms,” with all of that implying that this will be the same house and same doll as the first movie. With a whole family involved this time, though, Holmes will hopefully be able to jump to “hey, this doll is super weird” quicker than Cohan did, since a good chunk of her movie involved her character actually believing the doll was alive and treating it like a human boy. It would make for a very short movie, but we’re hoping Holmes just immediately cuts to the chase and tells her young son not to play with such a spooky toy, then she throws Brahms in the garbage and buys the kid a Nintendo. Login/Register With: Advertisement Facebook LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Twitter
The ceremony was commenced with hoisting the national flag and singing the national anthem in Sinhala and Tamil languages, followed by observance of two minute silence in honour of our National Heroes. Sri Lanka says its relations with Canada remains very warm and cordial.The Sri Lankan High Commissioner to Canada, M.A.K. Girihagama said that the priority of the Sri Lankan mission in Canada was to strengthen trade and economic relations with Canada. The traditional oil lamp was lit by guests representing all communities and Sri Lankan associations based in Ottawa. Religious discourses were delivered by the members of the clergy representing the Buddhist, Hindu, Christian and Islamic faiths.The message of President Maithripala Sirisena was read by Sri Lanka’s High Commissioner to Canada, while those of Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe and Minister of Foreign Affairs Tilak Marapana were read by Ms. Sithara Khan, Deputy High Commissioner and Ms. Mithila Perera, Second Secretary of the High Commission. He was speaking at the celebrations held to mark the 71st Anniversary of Sri Lanka’s Independence at the Sri Lanka High Commissioner’s Official Residence in Ottawa, Canada with the participation of over 120 Sri Lankan Community members. A luncheon was hosted by the High Commission at the conclusion of the ceremony. (Colombo Gazette) Speaking on the occasion, High Commissioner Girihagama noted that the main challenge that Sri Lanka is facing today is bringing economic prosperity to the country. He enumerated several positive developments in Sri Lanka in terms of imports, exports, and tourism sectors and emphasized the need of committed and planned economic drive to a better economic growth in 2019.Referring to the substantial presence of Canadians of Sri Lankan extraction on the occasion, the High Commissioner referred to them as the greatest strength to Sri Lanka’s efforts in promoting bilateral relations with Canada.The 71st National Day celebration was attended by the Sri Lankan community members including, particularly, a group of Tamil community members from the city of Montreal, depicting strong friendship and reconciliation.
Walters strikes late to earn Ireland a share of the spoils with Austria The draw leaves Martin O’Neill’s side top of Group D with Serbia and Wales facing off this evening. Sunday 11 Jun 2017, 6:58 PM https://the42.ie/3438463 Ireland 1Austria 1Ben Blake reports from the Aviva StadiumJON WALTERS CAME to the rescue to ensure Ireland avoided their first defeat of the 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign this evening.After a first-half goal from Augsburg defender Martin Hinteregger, the under-strength Austrians looked to hold out for a much-needed three points at the Aviva Stadium.But Walters, so often the hero in recent years, struck on 85 minutes to hand the Boys in Green a slender lead at the top of Group D.Martin O’Neill made one change to the side that defeated Uruguay in a friendly this time last week. The Ireland boss has shown in the past that he loves to spring a surprise selection and the latest man to benefit was Cork-born defender Kevin Long.With just four appearances for Burnley this season and having only made his international debut in the recent defeat to Mexico, the 26-year-old was named alongside Shane Duffy at the centre of defence.Harry Arter and Glenn Whelan both started in a three-man midfield with Jeff Hendrick playing the furthest forward. James McClean and Robbie Brady occupied the wings, Walters got the nod up front and Wes Hoolahan had to settle for a place on the bench.O’Neill also resisted the temptation to change his goalkeepers — sticking with Darren Randolph over Keiren Westwood.And the West Ham stopper was called into action after just four minutes as the visitors began positively. Zlatko Junuzovic exchanged passes with Florian Kainz and drilled a shot down the throat of Randolph from 15 yards out. The Ireland players applaud those who have passed away recently before kick-off. Source: James Crombie/INPHODuring the early stages, Ireland were content to launch long balls up to lone striker Walters, who did his best to cause the Austrian defence problems with his physicality.On 20 minutes, an in-swinging Austrian corner evaded everyone but centre forwarGuido Burgstaller wasn’t fd ar away from making contact at the back post.A fine piece of play then carved open Ireland’s best chance of the first half. Whelan slotted a ball through to Walter and he dummied it for the advancing Ward. The full-back’s cross was touched back nicely by McClean but Walters couldn’t hit the target when you would have expected him to score.Shortly afterwards, Hendrick’s threaded pass found Walters. His first touch in the opposing box was a little too heavy, however.And it was the visitors who drew first blood just after the half-hour mark. A set-piece straight off the training ground saw Sebastian Prodl step over David Alaba’s corner and defender Martin Hinteregger beat Randolph with his shot.The goal prompted O’Neill to shuffle his pack as Brady was moved from right to left flank and McClean joined Walters up front in a 4-4-2.Before the half-time whistle, Walters got a shot off after good work from Whelan, who was fouled in the process, but dragged it across the goalmouth. Randolph is beaten in the Ireland goal. Source: James Crombie/INPHOTwo minutes had been played in the second half when the home side came close through Duffy. The Brighton defender rose highest to connect with Christie’s free-kick from the halfway line and head off-target.But Austria looked dangerous and Alaba broke from midfield — playing a one-two with Kainz — before stretching to direct an effort beyond the far post.The game sprang to life at this point and Walters was denied a one-on-one chance by Dragovic’s last-ditch tackle.Ireland threatened again as McClean knocked down a high ball into the box, Walters was closed down and the ball broke for Arter, who couldn’t trouble goalkeeper Heinz Lindner.O’Neill made his first substitution on 56 minutes as Ward was withdrawn for Daryl Murphy. Brady dropped back to left full-back and the Newcastle United striker was sent up alongside Walters.Austria looked rattled as the Boys in Green turned the screw and McClean robbed Julian Baumgartlinger before checking inside and blasting wide.Hoolahan, unlucky to have been left out, was given 20 minutes to influence the game and his first involvement very nearly resulted in a goal. His inviting cross was deflected goalwards by Lainer and Lindner was luckily well-placed on the goal-line to save.Aiden McGeady then came on as O’Neill went all-out-attack, and Long’s header was cleared off the line with 10 minutes to go. Down the other end, Randolph had to pull off an excellent save to keep out substitute Florian Grillitsch.With the clock ticking down, Walters out-muscled his marker and found the bottom corner as the sold-out stadium erupted.Ireland had the ball in the net seconds later but Spanish referee David Fernandez Borbalan awarded a free out for pushing and the whistle went for full-time.Serbia and Wales meet later this evening and next up for Ireland is a tricky trip to Tbilisi to play Georgia on 2 September before Serbia come to Dublin three days later.Opportunity missed but there are sure to be plenty more twists and turns in Group D yet.IRELAND: Randolph; Christie, Duffy, K Long, Ward (Murphy 56); Whelan (McGeady 77), Arter (Hoolahan 71), Brady, Hendrick, McClean; Walters.AUSTRIA: Linder; Lainer, Dragovic, Prodl, Hinteregger; Baumgartlinger, Junuzovic (Grillitsch 79), Alaba; Lazaro, Burgstaller (Harnik 75), Kainz (Gregoritsch 89).As it happened: Ireland v Austria, World Cup 2018 qualifierBurnley defender Kevin Long handed shock start for Ireland-Austria game 24,585 Views Jun 11th 2017, 6:58 PM Walters after bagging the equaliser. 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Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram As an investigation into last month’s deadly wildfires on the outskirts of Attica deepens – with evidence pointing to shortcomings by rescue services and authorities but also the negligence of residents – Athens daily newspaper Kathimerini posted a video footage showing the moment the blaze broke out on the afternoon of July 23.The footage was taken from a security camera at a home in the Daou area of Mount Pendeli. It shows a fire breaking out in a clearing between houses at 4.41 p.m. and quickly spreading over the following two to three minutes, fueled by strong winds. It also shows the first fire engines arriving at the scene more than half an hour after the blaze broke out.The fire service was also trying to respond to a blaze in nearby Neos Voutzas and to another in Kineta, western Attica, that had broken out earlier in the day.Meanwhile, as a judicial probe into the fires gathers pace, members of the police’s anti-arson unit have been inquiring into the cause of the fire, taking statements from residents of Daou whose houses faced the clearing where the fire broke out.According to sources, several depositions point to a 65-year-old neighbor who allegedly burned wood outside his home on July 23 and is a person of interest in the probe.[source: Kathimerini]
We’re getting dangerously close to the release of Avengers: Infinity War, the first half of the final part of the climactic third phase of the first decade of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. We’re so excited to witness mind-blowing team-ups never-before-seen on film. Iron Man and Doctor Strange! Thor and the Guardians of the Galaxy! Wakanda and White People!But as exciting as these crossovers will surely be, they also leave us feeling a little bittersweet because they still won’t be reaching their full potential. If Marvel and its intricate cinematic continuity really want to excite us again post-Infinity War and into Phase 4, now is the time to finally have Marvel movies and Marvel TV shows unite.Marvel movies and Marvel TV have always had a weird big-and-little sibling type relationship, but things started off somewhat close with the premiere of Agents of Shield back in 2013. It starred Agent Coulson and made his “death” in The Avengers a big mystery of the season. The pilot was directed by Joss Whedon while much of the show’s creative talent came from Whedon shows. Its plot took a bunch of cues from Captain America: The Winter Soldier in ways that made a lot of satisfying sense. Nick Fury and Peggy Carter even showed up.But as the show went on its connections to the movies just grew more tenuous and one-sided, like the show was begging for table scraps. We wrote a post years ago mocking these vague, embarrassing attempts to appear relevant. Plus, the huge, seemingly world-shaping events that did happen on Shield (Inhumans, Hydra’s alien connections, Ghost Rider) could only feel but so important because you just knew they would never come up during the movies.Meanwhile, we also have the sexy Marvel Netflix side of things. Despite their iffy quality, I think viewers generally appreciate the difference between this smaller, grimier shows versus the huge spectacle of the movies. But the interconnectedness is also key to the success of anything with Marvel slapped on it. And yet sometimes it feels like these TV people don’t even know a literal Viking god exists in their reality. You can give us a No-Prize, but the non-reaction breaks the illusion even more than said literal Viking god.The Defenders definitely followed the same model as The Avengers, establishing Daredevil and Jessica Jones and Luke Cage and Iron Fist as separate heroes before uniting. But there are other whole articles out there about the ways these New York heroes avoid directly referencing the 9/11-level Battle of New York between The Avengers and the Chitauri. Jessica Jones makes Spider-Man jokes like he’s a pop culture character and not a real thing, which he is in her world/city. And don’t hold your breath waiting for any Avengers to talk about that big fight between the Defenders and an ancient ninja death cult inside a dragon skeleton beneath a big hole in Manhattan.This problem is only going to get worse the more Marvel shows and movies there are. Sometimes it doesn’t even seem like the TV shows talk to each other. Despite introducing the concept, Agents of Shield did nothing with the short-lived Inhumans show. Will Runaways and Cloak & Dagger and Squirrel Girl be similarly locked to their own isolated corners of the universe? And what’s going to happen if, say, Thanos kills half of all life on Earth on the big screen? Will that even come up at all on these shows?The early Marvel movies had similar issues. Why didn’t Captain America care about the President of The United States of America being kidnapped in Iron Man 3? And things may get even more confusing depending on what happens with this fall’s Spidey spin-off Venom. But the consistency of the way in which the TV shows are marginalized, along with the inherently cheaper production value, makes them feel much lesser, almost bootleg and non-canon.We have somewhat of an idea why this is happening. First off, movies and TV operate on different schedules. It takes several years to write and film a movie whereas TV puts out up to 22 new hours of content every season. So coordination would be understandably tricky in ways normal viewers would not, and should not, be expected to understand.Also tricky is the thorny political situation inside Marvel’s corporate structure. Exciting! For years MCU mastermind Kevin Feige reported to (allegedly) awful Marvel boss Ike Perlmutter. But now Feige, and the movies he produces, report straight to Disney. However, since TV is still Ike’s domain, there’s apparently bad blood between the two silos, keeping them from fully cooperating. It’s why Alfre Woodard appears in both Luke Cage and Civil War as two different people, or why character Tilda Johnson was almost in Luke Cage and Black Panther played by separate actresses.But whatever is going on these millionaires need to get over each other, stop being babies, and play with their toys together. Fanboys rage at Fox’s holding onto X-Men rights as an obstacle to a complete MCU (until Disney just buys Fox), but Marvel movies and Marvel TV are having the same issue now despite being the same company. It’s even harder to justify!We want this to happen because we can’t help but think of the potential if Marvel fully leveraged its movies and TV divisions. Kingpin fights Spider-Man. Luke Cage takes a spiritual journey to Wakanda. Wanda Maximoff and Nico Minoru just be witches together. We just want an Avengers movie that finally has enough superheroes to cover up the sun and blot out the light.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. 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Dutch former player Rafael Van der Vaart, granted an interview ahead of Real Madrid’s match vs Ajax and stated that Isco is the best in the world.The situation between Isco and Real Madrid has reached a boiling point that Rafael Van der Vaart doesn’t seem to understand, the Dutch former Los Blancos’ player hates the idea of not having the Spaniard starting in every single match for the Spanish giants.In his eyes, Isco is the best player in the world and he won’t watch Real Madrid whenever he doesn’t start a match.The reality is that the Spanish midfielder is arguably one of the most talented players that the club has, but he is also one of the most wasted talents of recent memory for any club.Since he started his career at Real Madrid, Alarcon has never reached that level of performance that people expected from him and he never really claimed the starring role that describes his true potential.Instead of fighting to silence his critics, Isco has opted to live his life in a more relaxed manner with the certainty of being part of a club that always wins trophies.But he has never really been that key player that Van der Vaart speaks of, maybe this interview could be a call for action for Isco once he gets to read it.Maybe the Dutch player himself sees a little bit of him in the Spaniard.”En Holanda piensan que gana el Ajax seguro, pero les digo que el Madrid es el Madrid” https://t.co/xmeXqxwSe0 Entrevista con @rafvdvaart por @nacholabarga #UCL— MARCA (@marca) January 16, 2019During an extended interview with Marca, Rafa spoke about his time as a Real Madrid player and the legends that he played with during his time.“I played with some of the best players in the world: Ramos, Guti, Raul, Ronaldo, Kaka, Benzema… It’s a very special thing,” said Rafa during the interview.“Being able to play in the same club as Cristiano, for example, is very impressive. People recognize how important Ronaldo was for Real Madrid, a player who scored nearly 60 goals per-season.”“There were six players from the Netherlands during the first year, it’s true that there may have been too many of us.”“It was worse in the sense that we were together all the time and we only spoke Dutch between us, there were a lot less of us by next season and my Spanish improved because I was able to mingle with players from other countries.”“It’s weird that the squad plays so badly in some home matches like they did against Real Sociedad, I really don’t think it’s a matter of attitude.”Zidane reveals Sergio Ramos injury concern for Real Madrid Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Zinedine Zidane has put Sergio Ramos’ availability for Real Madrid’s trip to Sevilla next weekend in doubt after withdrawing him against Levante.“They have lost Cristiano and Zidane, Solari is slowly starting to get the grip of the players and I’m sure they will finish the season with another title apart from the Club World Cup.”“What happens with Isco is crazy to me, he is the best player in the world. But he always has problems with his managers. Zidane never really trusted him 100%.”“Every time I watch Real Madrid, I check if he is going to start the game or not. If he doesn’t start, then I go back home and prefer to not watch it,” he concluded.Van der Vaart: “Si Isco no es titular me voy a casa, es el mejor del mundo” https://t.co/GWG9BMBuCz Entrevista por @nacholabarga— MARCA (@marca) January 16, 2019Van der Vaart’s assessment of Isco is arguably a little out of proportion, this player may be very talented but he is quite far from being considered the best player in the world by anybody else apart from the Dutch former midfielder.As things stand right now for the Spaniard, leaving Real Madrid is a major possibility for him by the end of the season.The whole problem with Isco right now is that he clearly has an unresolved personal issue with manager Santiago Solari, this is pretty obvious despite the Argentine’s latest comments denying such problems with the midfielder.If there wasn’t anything personal between the two, Isco would’ve at least stared the Copa del Rey match against Leganes last week.The coach has another chance to prove that such a problem doesn’t exist, it will be this Wednesday when Los Blancos play the second leg against Leganes at Butarque.The problem here is that given how bad the situation appears between Isco and the manager, everything points to Brahim Diaz starting his first match and Alarcon staying on the bench.Solari: “¿Vender a Isco? Yo soy el entrenador” pic.twitter.com/fVzAqPaw2Z— MARCA (@marca) January 15, 2019Do you agree with Van der Vaart, is Isco the best player in the world? Please share your opinion in the comment section down below.
A 23-year-old Vancouver man pleaded guilty today to burglarizing a Battle Ground home Sept. 24 and trafficking stolen property.Samuel A. Scory will be sentenced April 12 by Clark County Superior Court Judge Daniel Stahnke.Scory and Kirk M. Hernandez Sr., 42, who is accused of murdering Matthew Clark on Oct. 1, were allegedly accomplices in the burglary. Guns stolen in the burglary were allegedly the cause of a dispute that prompted Clark’s murder, according to court documents.They stole numerous firearms, night vision goggles, a sheriff’s badge and other items from the home, according to the documents.Scory also was accused of burglaries Sept. 19 in Vancouver and Oct. 16 in Camas. The Camas burglary made national news because of a quick-thinking 10-year-old girl who was inside the home at the time and called 911.Scory didn’t plead guilty to those crimes but would have been put on trial for them, had he not struck a plea bargain.He pleaded guilty to trafficking a Taurus .357 revolver, the same kind of gun stolen in the Sept. 19 Vancouver burglary.His attorney, George Marlton, said Scory made an “Alford” plea, which means he believes he is not guilty but acknowledges that the prosecution has evidence that could convict him in a trial and is pleading guilty to avoid a higher sentence.
NEW YORK—The international M&A process is becomingincreasingly homogenous, but American publishers looking to buy or sellabroad still need to be prepared for some distinct differences,according to a panel of publishing deal experts at the AmericanBusiness Media/International Federation of the Periodical Press WorldConference today.The auction process that typifies manyAmerican publishing deals is an anathema abroad, particularly in GreatBritain and Western Europe, according to Charlie Engros, managingpartner of law firm Morgan Lewis. “There is a lingering discomfort withthe American auction style of M&A,” he said. “Europeans prefer todevelop relationships with sellers and they want exclusivity in theearly stages of the process. In an auction, European buyers feel likethey aren’t fairly treated and they want the chance to convey that theymight be a more trustworthy buyer than a financial company, even thoughthey may not be.”Due diligence with foreign publishers can be aconfusing and laborious process. “Europeans often have a huge duediligence team of 20 or 30 people and an approach that’s not alwaysconducive to getting a deal done,” said Engros. “They may bringchecklists that aren’t applicable to U.S. businesses and they may havesome misconceptions about U.S. business. British buyers often thinklong-term indemnity is part of the U.S. process when that’s not thecase.”Debit financing in Europe is also more complicated and athird-party is often required to conduct due diligence, while in theU.S. it’s typically done in-house, according to Veronis SuhlerStevenson co-CEO Jeffrey Stevenson. Due Diligence MinefieldsCompaniesin emerging markets are often attractive to U.S. buyers because topline growth is often more than 20 percent—much greater than top linegrowth for publishers in mature markets (and foreign sellers will oftendemand higher multiples than a U.S. seller because of it). However,watch out for the bottom line. “Top line growth is great with thesecompanies but the bottom line is never what you think it is,” saidScott Mozarsky, executive vice president and chief strategy anddevelopment officer with UBM’s PR Newswire. “We bought a company inMexico but didn’t factor the rise of kidnappings into the P&L andtook a hit because we had to add so much security.” Liveevents are booming abroad as well but beware of how they are evaluated.In China and Japan, attendees who leave the exhibit hall then returnare counted as new attendance. Lost in Translation Other cultural factors are less ominous but can still be a headache.Mozarsky said its common practice in Latin America for companies toclassify actual employees as outsourced. The employees receive minimalwages as employees but are paid much more as outside staff, whichenables the companies to avoid taxes.WhileMozarsky says a typical deal in the U.S. can take two to three monthsto close, in Latin America it can take six months to a year. “Often thefinancials are not audited and the businesses are based on cash,” says Mozarsky. “It can take a while to figure out what is what.You need to be careful because if something goes wrong after the dealis done, you have little in the way of recourse.” In 2016, theInternational Financial Reporting Standards will go into effect,replacing GAP, which should make the international M&A processeasier. “Twenty years ago there were really unique differences in theway business was done,” said Wilma Jordan, founder and CEO of TheJordan, Edmiston Group. “That’s still true today but it’s less and lessso each year. After the standard accounting practices go into effect,the differences will be even less.”
WILMINGTON, MA — Cesino B. “Chet” Perella, 86, of Wilmington, formerly of Jeffersonville, IN and North Reading, died at his home on April 17, 2018. He was the beloved husband of the late Jeana “Charlene” (Doan) Perella, who died this past September.Born in Boston, MA on May 21, 1931. He was the son of the late Ludovico and Alsa (Gerosina) Perella. He was raised in Medford and was a graduate of Medford High School. Chet was a U.S. Air Force Veteran of the Korean War, he was an Airman First Class and served from 1950 to 1954.Chet was a chef and caterer for many years, he owned and operated Perella’s Cold Cut Center and Perella’s Catering, he also worked for Lombardo’s, Shriner’s Hospital for Children, Houghton Mufflin and Wang. He was a member of the North Reading Masonic Lodge and a Life member of the Lawrence United Masonic Lodge, he was also a member of the Shriner’s and the North Reading Moose Lodge.Chet was a fun loving person, who loved to travel with family and friends. He volunteered extensively for the Shriner’s and Mason organizations. He loved college football, cooking and volunteering many hours umpiring for the North Reading Men’s Softball League and the North Reading Little League.Family members include his loving children, Pamela Lewis and her husband Jerry, Louie Perella and his wife Doreen, James Perella and his wife Kathy and Sherri White and her husband Steven; brother, Ludovico Perella and his wife Mary and sister, Gina Vozzella; brother-in-law, James Doan and his wife Elaine ; six grandchildren, Kurt Jones and his wife Breanne, Eric Jones, Jenelle Braga and her husband Brian, Lou E. Perella and his wife Laura, Kyle White and Ethan White; 6 great grandchildren, Nate, Preston, Norah, Riley, Kailey and Lucy.His funeral will be held at the Croswell Funeral Home, 19 Bow Street, North Reading on Monday, April 23 at 10:30 AM. Calling hours will be held on Sunday, April 22 from 2 to 6 PM. Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery in North Reading. Memorial donations may be made in his memory to: Shriner’s Hospital for Children, 51 Blossom Street, Boston, MA 02114.Cesino B. “Chet” Perella(NOTE: The above obituary is from Croswell Funeral Home.)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 email@example.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedOBITUARY: James Thayer Hastings, 84In “Obituaries”OBITUARY: Thomas F. Connolly, 86In “Obituaries”OBITUARY: John “Jack” Tannian, Jr., 89In “Obituaries”
Two Anchorage adults have been charged with igniting the Sockeye fire, which destroyed fifty – five homes near Willow in June.Download AudioThe point of ignition of the Sockeye fire has been traced to an unattended burn pile on Willow property owned by Anchorage resident Greg Imig, aged 59. Imig, and Amy Dewitt, age 42 have been charged for their role in starting the 7,220 acre wildfire. According to state fire information officer Tim Mowry, Imig and DeWitt did not have a burn permit for the debris pile located on forested lands at a recreational cabin owned by Imig.“They were burning debris without a permit, and they did leave that fire unattended, and it is a worst case scenario and that’s why it strictly says on our burn permits, and it is what we try to drive home.. never leave any fire unattended.”According to Mowry, an investigation conducted by the state division of forestry and the state fire marshall’s office concluded that the illegal burn was left unattended on the evening of June 13. One of several of the burn piles smoldered and crept into the woods, resulting in the blaze that swept toward Willow on Sunday, June 14, causing evacuations Sunday night and Monday.“You know, to be clear, there was no burn suspension in place. So if these folks had have had a permit, and had followed safe burn guidelines, they would have been within the law. It’s tragic all around what happened”, Mowry says.Imig and Dewitt are to be arraigned in Palmer District Court on July 28. Charges include three counts of reckless endangerment, criminally negligent burning, failure to obtain a burn permit, burning without clearing an area, allowing the spread of fire and leaving a fire unattended. Mowry says that Amy Dewitt did make the 911 call to fire officials.The Sockeye wildfire moved so quickly that many evacuees had little time to gather more than a few items and rescue pets. The fire was fought with help from Hot Shot crews from the lower 48, and at one point there were 500 firefighters attacking the blaze. Mowry says that the most recent information puts the cost of fighting the blaze at over $8 million. That cost does not include losses of the structures.In addition to the 55 homes lost, 44 additional structures were lost in the blaze.
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News | Digital Radiography (DR) | June 12, 2019 Utah Valley Hospital Purchases Nine Carestream Imaging Systems Utah Valley Hospital (Provo, Utah) has installed nine Carestream imaging systems that equip its radiology staff to… read more Advances in long-length digital radiography are creating opportunities for visualization during spinal surgery, as well as pre- and post-operatively. 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Konica Minolta Healthcare announced a new autologous biologics workshop in partnership with EmCyte Corp. The workshop… read more News | March 19, 2014 Konica Minolta Showcases Solutions for Orthopedic Practices at AAOS Feature | Digital Radiography (DR) | July 19, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr DR Advances Promote Imaging of Whole Spine Recent advances in… read more Shimadzu FluoroSpeed X1 Walkaround AHRA 2019Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:25Loaded: 11.42%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:25 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Two newly released systems, ImagePilot Aero and Sonimage P3, were introduced for the first time to orthopedic surgeons. The company also highlighted the ImagePilot Sigma, a solution for practices looking to convert to digital radiography. The solutions feature remote viewing capabilities and the Informity cloud based service to allow orthopedic surgeons to view high-quality images during patient consultation or in the surgical suite. ImagePilot Aero is Konica Minolta’s newest all-in-one solution for digital imaging, now available with viewing capabilities on an iPad or tablet computer. It combines the ImagePilot workstation with the flexible AeroDR wireless panel. Similarly, the ImagePilot Sigma provides an integrated workflow, from patient registration to long-term storage.The Sonimage P3 is Konica Minolta’s newest innovation in point-of-care primary imaging. 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Dalian Yidu chief wins visionary award at Global C … Chile has declared an agricultural emergency in certain areas of the drought-hit northern region of Coquimbo.The region that lies north of the capital Santiago produces a large proportion of the country’s avocados, table grapes and citrus. The Ministry of Agriculture said its decision comes due to “the gravity of the water shortage”.Agriculture Ministry Antonio Walker explained the emergency declaration would allow the government to provide more support to the affected areas.”We have a problem in the dry areas – in the areas that are not low-risk. That is why we have had to declare this agricultural emergency due to the water shortage,” he said.”With these resources, we will be able to fundamentally support family farmers.”The eight reservoirs in the Coquimbo region are at an average capacity of 65%, Walker said. That remaining water would only last for two more seasons, he said. The Agriculture Ministry says it will be able to provide around 400 million pesos (US$570,000).There are over 27,000 hectares of fruit plantations in Coquimbo, according to a 2018 survey.Table grapes have the largest share with a little over 8,000 hectares, then olives and avocados with almost 4,000 hectares each. Mandarin orchards cover 3,700 hectares. Around 93% of the planted area for fruit crops used drip irrigation.Decade-long drought for north of ChileCoquimbo – which lies just below the driest desert in the world, the Atacama – has been heavily affected by drought for many years.In 2011, Walker – then-president of grower association Fedefruta – said the situation was ‘more critical than is believed’ for avocado, citrus, table grape, pear and kiwi farmers.He said the impact was concentrated in Coquimbo and the neighboring Valparaiso region – the leading avocado producer.And in June this year, Chile’s meteorological service warned the that central areas of the country would see their driest winter in 60 years. That warning came after months of far lower rainfall than normal. Chile: SAG launches phone app to identify ag pests … Chilean kiwifruit exports to Europe tumble, contin … You might also be interested in August 02 , 2019 Chile edges closer to Vietnamese market access for …
Go back to the e-newsletterCelebrating 15 years in one of America’s favourite cities, The Peninsula Chicago has unveiled the final results of a year-long comprehensive guest room redesign that sets a new standard for luxury accommodations. The reimagined rooms and suites introduce the brand’s advanced guest room technology to the United States, along with three new service initiatives: 24-hour check-in for web bookings, a Mobile Concierge service and Keys To The City – 15 programmes offering special access to Chicago’s best destinations and experiences. Encompassing 331 guest rooms and suites, the project showcases The Peninsula’s evolution of luxury design and enhances every guest’s stay with ease, elegance and personalisation.“We are thrilled to introduce a completely new guest room product to the Chicago market,” said Maria Razumich-Zec, The Peninsula Chicago’s General Manager and Regional Vice President. “The guest feedback we have received has been overwhelmingly positive, and we are especially proud of the innovative new technology showcased throughout. These developments, combined with our Keys To The City experiences, offer visitors a truly multi-faceted way to immerse themselves in the best of Chicago.”Pioneering guest room design and technologyDesigner Bill Rooney of Bill Rooney Studio, Inc., conceived contemporary interiors with cosmopolitan attitude in keeping with The Peninsula’s prime location in the heart of Chicago. Mr. Rooney took design cues from luxury yachts: fine wood finishes, lush fabrics, rich leathers, and a sense of purpose where everything has its place.The 74 newly redesigned suites at The Peninsula Chicago showcase custom artwork influenced by Chicago’s rich artistic culture. Each suite features a hand-embroidered silk chrysanthemum art wall, along with handpainted artisan glass elements by artist Michael Glickman that provide a decidedly chic yet residential feel. Artist David Qian’s team spent over 320 hours to hand embroider each floral art piece in the suites.Introducing Peninsula’s signature technology to the United States, the new rooms feature all essential functions, entertainment and guest services now available in 11 languages (English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic, Russian, Korean, Japanese, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese). All room functions are just a touch away using bespoke tablet technology, including lighting, temperature controls, restaurant menus, hotel services, city information and attractions and TV channels. LED touch-screen wall panels offer weather details and privacy options. In addition to the recently launched 24-hour check-in for web bookings, a new Mobile Concierge provides instant guest service support by text message, directly to cell phones. An added benefit for domestic and international travellers alike, all domestic and international calls made from the guest room phone are complimentary via VOIP.All of this pioneering technology has been developed by The Peninsula Hotels’ Research and Technology Department. Based in Hong Kong, the group has been responsible for some of the most advanced, yet intuitive innovations in the global hotel industry since 1985. The team flew more than 250,000 miles during the installation of the new system to ensure a truly seamless experience for guests. Linking each guest room in the hotel is high-tech cable stretching over one million feet, which equates to 191 miles of the fastest connection available.15th Anniversary Celebration Package unveiledIn honour of The Peninsula Chicago’s 15th anniversary milestone in June 2016, the hotel’s crystal anniversary, the 15th Anniversary Celebration Package is offered in partnership with LALIQUE. The experience includes:Overnight accommodations for one nightWelcome bottle of Deutz ChampagneDeluxe Suites and above include a pair of LALIQUE 100 POINTS by James Suckling Champagne Flutes in a gift boxComplimentary breakfast for twoComplimentary overnight parkingGuestrooms start at US$505 and Deluxe Suites start at US$1155; valid through 31 December 2016. New Keys To The City experiencesTo celebrate its new guest rooms and 15th anniversary, The Peninsula Chicago offers guests unprecedented access to the very best of Chicago through 15 curated experiences called Keys To The City. In addition to the previously announced programmes that include a private kitchen tour at the three-Michelin-star restaurant, Grace; guaranteed house seats and access to the VIP intermission lounge at Broadway in Chicago performances; nine new experiences and perks have been added in April 2016. Highlights include:Fast Pass access to the new Navy Pier Ferris Wheel and seating in the coveted glass gondolaPrivate Temple Tour at haute chocolatier Vosges Haut-Chocolat, an experience not open to the publicExclusive dining journey at GE Bistro by former Peninsula Chicago Chef Graham Elliot, which includes access to the Greatest Hits menu and a kitchen tourSkip-the-line access to the highly anticipated Terracotta Warriors exhibit at The Field MuseumGo back to the e-newsletter
Foreign minister Nicos Christodoulides on Thursday held talks in Jerusalem with Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu.They discussed regional developments and the strengthening of bilateral ties in energy and emergency situations.According to the Israeli PM’s twitter feed, the meeting was held ahead of the fourth trilateral summit of the leaders of Israel, Greece and Cyprus. The next trilateral is to be held in Nicosia in May.According to the Cyprus foreign ministry, Christodoulides also briefed Netanyahu and senior Israeli officials on the recent Turkish actions in Cyprus’ exclusive economic zone.During his contacts, Christodoulides said Ankara’s conduct was aimed at creating obstacles to plans for broader energy cooperation among countries in the eastern Mediterranean.On energy, the two sides discussed the proposed EastMed pipeline, seen as a project of strategic cooperation between the neighbouring nations.The Israeli foreign ministry put out a tweet stating: “We respect the rights of Cyprus in its various maritime zones and believe that the signing of our bilateral agreement with Cyprus on the delimitation of the EEZ already in the year 2010 speaks for itself.”During his official visit to Israel, Christodoulides was also received by the country’s president Reuven Rivlin.Christodoulides returns to Cyprus on Friday. You May LikeWiFi SuperBoosterPeople In United States Can’t Believe How Fast Their Wifi Is With This BoosterWiFi SuperBoosterUndomnn.com by Georgia-Pacific#SeeHer: This female forester is comfortable in her skin (and muddy boots)mnn.com by Georgia-PacificUndoSUVs | Search AdsPeople in United States Could Be Searching for SUV Options HereSUVs | Search AdsUndo Property owners price themselves out of the marketUndoData is the new oil so watch out for mass mining – Netflix filmUndoHeroes’ welcome for Israeli teens after woman detained for false rape claim (Update 2)Undoby Taboolaby Taboola
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