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Income tax, GST offices to remain open on March 30, 31 to facilitate year-end collectionIncome tax, GST offices to remain open on March 30, 31 to facilitate year-end collection

first_imgNew Delhi: Tax offices, for both income tax and GST, will remain open on Saturday and Sunday as the departments race against time to meet the revenue collection targets. “As per past practice, all field offices of CBIC (Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs) will remain open during the last weekend of the current financial year also March 30 and March 31, 2019, for assisting the taxpayers in all matters,” CBIC said in an office memorandum. Also Read – Thermal coal import may surpass 200 MT this fiscal In an office order, the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) asked its field offices to facilitate filing of tax-returns by the taxpayers by opening additional receipt counters, wherever required, on March 30 and 31. “The last date for filing belated/revised tax-returns for assessment year 2018-19 is March 31, 2019. The financial year 2018-19 also closes on (March) 31. In view of the closed holidays March 30 and 31, being Saturday and Sunday, Income Tax Offices throughout India (including the ASK Centres), shall remain open on March 30 and 31 during normal office hours,” the CBDT said. Also Read – Food grain output seen at 140.57 mt in current fiscal on monsoon boost The government has pegged goods and services tax (GST) collection target at Rs 11.47 lakh crore in the current fiscal, while the same for direct tax mop up is Rs 12 lakh crore. GST collections in the current fiscal till February totalled Rs 10.70 lakh crore. With regard to direct taxes, the CBDT had collected only Rs 10.21 lakh crore as on March 23, which is 85.1 per cent of the revised estimate of Rs 12 lakh crore. The apex policy making body for income and corporate taxes has asked its field offices to take all possible actions to achieve the collection targets. The Reserve Bank of India has also asked banks keep their branches open on March 31, so that all government transactions for financial year 2018-19 are accounted for within the same financial year. All electronic transactions, including RTGS and NEFT, will continue for the extended time on March 30 and March 31, 2019.last_img read more

Morocco 2nd Most Attractive African Country for InvestmentMorocco 2nd Most Attractive African Country for Investment

Rabat – Morocco is the second most attractive economy for investments in Africa, according to the latest Africa Investment Index by Quantum Global Research Lab, an independent arm of Quantum Global.The Kingdom is ranked the second most attractive African country for business, behind Botswana which took first place.Quantum Global Research Lab explained that Morocco was “ranked second on the Index based on its increasing solid economic growth, strategic geographic positioning, increased foreign direct investment, import cover ratio, and an overall favourable business environment.” The report added that Morocco “scores well in risk factors such as current account ratio and import cover, and is on ease of doing business.”Morocco, therefore, topped the list of Arab, North African and French speaking African countries in investment attractiveness.Others in the top five included Egypt, South Africa and Zambia. The five countries combined attracted a net total of foreign direct investment (FDI) of $13 bn.Quantum Global Research Lab confirmed Morocco’s rise as an investment destination in Africa.In 2015, the Kingdom received $ 3.2 billion of direct foreign investment.Political stability and government incentives for investors have been key factors in attracting a consistent flow of foreign capital into the country. read more

Hungary to soon choose builder for China-paid railway lineHungary to soon choose builder for China-paid railway line

BUDAPEST, Hungary — Hungary’s finance minister says it may choose by the end of April the winning consortium for the reconstruction of the Budapest-Belgrade railway line, which is being financed by China.Finance Minister Mihaly Varga said Tuesday after talks in Beijing with China’s Exim Bank, which is financing much of the project, that the rebuilding planned to be completed by 2023 would allow Hungary to remain competitive in the race for a transport route for Chinese companies bringing goods to Europe.The Hungarian government said in December it would announce a new tender for the project after initial bids came in 20% over the estimated cost of 1.8 billion euros ($2 billion) for the Hungarian section.The project is part of China’s plan to expand commercial ties with Europe, Asia and Africa.The Associated Press read more

Warnapala takes over as UPFA General SecretaryWarnapala takes over as UPFA General Secretary

Professor Vishwa Warnapala took over today as the General Secretary of the United People’s Freedom Alliance (UPFA).Warnapala, who was earlier the acting General Secretary, replaced Susil Premajayantha who had resigned from the post earlier. Premajayantha had yesterday sent a letter to President Maithripala Sirisena informing him of his decision to resign. (Colombo Gazette)

Most actively traded companies on the TSX TSX Venture Exchange marketsMost actively traded companies on the TSX TSX Venture Exchange markets

AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by News Staff Posted Sep 21, 2012 6:18 pm MDT Most actively traded companies on the TSX, TSX Venture Exchange markets TORONTO – Some of the most active companies traded Friday on the Toronto Stock Exchange and the TSX Venture Exchange:Toronto Stock Exchange (12,383.60 down 25.64 points):Crescent Point Energy Corp. (TSX:CPG). Oil and gas. Up $1.93, or 4.41 per cent, at $45.70 on 28,303,381 shares. The energy sector was one of the advancers, rising 0.32 per cent to 266.87 points, buoyed by the price of the November oil contract which closed up 47 cents US at $92.89 per barrel at the New York Mercantile Exchange.CGA Mining Ltd. (TSX:CGA). Miner. Up 30 cents, or 10.75 per cent, at $3.09 on 24,015,560 shares. The stock price of the Australia-based company closed at its highest level since July 2011. The steady rise is due to its announcement on Wednesday that it will be acquired by Vancouver-based B2Gold Corp. in a $1.1 billion deal.Avion Gold Corp. (TSX:AVR). Miner. Down five cents, or 6.41 per cent, at 73 cents on 19,924,982 shares.San Gold Corp. (TSX:SGR). Miner. Up four cents, or 3.85 per cent, at $1.08 on 17,518,146 shares. The gold sector led the advancers, up 0.60 per cent to 353.25 points, as price of the bullion climbed US$7.80 to end the day at $1,778 per ounce on the Nymex.Research In Motion (TSX:RIM). Wireless technology. Down 50 cents, or 7.41 per cent, at $6.25 on 12,994,563 shares. The BlackBerry maker suffered an embarrassing service outage earlier in the day which affected up to six per cent of RIM’s user base in Europe, the Middle East and Africa for a maximum of three hours.Suncor Energy Inc. (TSX:SU). Oil and gas. Down five cents, or 0.15 per cent, at $32.99 on 12,988,174 shares. The Calgary-based company announced it will buy back some of its shares under a pre-defined plan with a broker.TSX Venture Exchange (1,345.43 up 10.54 points):Aurcana Corp. (TSXV:AUN). Miner. Up 11 cents, or 10.58 per cent, at $1.15 on 12,453,665 shares.Poynt Corp. (TSXV:PYN). Smartphone software creator. Up 1.5 cents, or 75 per cent, at 3.5 cents on 9,061,213 shares.Companies reporting major news:Bombardier Inc. (TSX:BBD.B). Transportation equipment. Up three cents, or 0.82 per cent, at $3.71 on 10,529,371 shares. The company’s aerospace division added Mongolia to its global customer base after Eznis Airways acquired a used Q400 turbo from Danish leasing company to add to its fleet of Swedish and British built planes. read more

Trump Sanders stoked fear protectionist sentiments in US for years MulroneyTrump Sanders stoked fear protectionist sentiments in US for years Mulroney

Trump, Sanders stoked fear, protectionist sentiments in U.S. for years: Mulroney by Mia Rabson, The Canadian Press Posted Jun 16, 2017 9:22 am MDT Last Updated Jun 16, 2017 at 1:20 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email OTTAWA – Canada will prevail in getting a new free trade agreement with the United States despite the anti-globalization bent in the United States which has been stoked by the left and right-wing voices there for years, former prime minister Brian Mulroney said Friday.The architect of the original Canada-U.S. free trade agreement was a main attraction at the Canada2020 conference in Ottawa.Mulroney told the conference attendees both U.S. President Donald Trump and Sen. Bernie Sanders have fuelled the idea that global trade is tilted against American interests, giving rise to fear, anger and protectionist sentiments which Canada must fight.“When fear and anger fuel much of the public debate, history teaches us that protectionist impulses can easily become a convenient handmaiden,” he said.“Much of what we are witnessing today in the U.S. reflects similar emotions of fear and anger stimulated in large part by the sense that the government is dysfunctional or detached from public concerns or that the global system of trade which is so important to all of our lives is tilted against American interests,” Mulroney said. “How could they not think that way with Bernie Sanders on the left and President Trump on the right telling them that for a number of years?”Trump campaigned on renegotiating or tearing up the North American Free Trade Agreement and last month served notice to Congress he intended to re-open negotiations. The new discussions between the U.S., Canada and Mexico are set to begin in August, to update the 23-year-old deal.Trump has been all over the map on what he wants to see with the deal, from tearing it up entirely to just “tweaking” it. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government has spent a significant amount of time and political capital lobbying Americans ahead of the expected negotiations, on the benefits of NAFTA and the damage that could be wrought by cutting trade between Canada and the U.S.Mulroney said Friday he has no official advisory role in this game, although his long relationship with Trump and other members of the administration have made him a valuable commodity. In February he was dispatched to a fundraiser at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Fla., where he serenaded the president and sung Trudeau’s praises.He said today he has not spoken with Trump himself recently, but spoke to senior members of the Trump White House this week.He described a conversation he had recently with Jared Kushner, Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser, in which Kushner said how impressed the White House was by the show of unity in Canada. The conversation followed a letter written by former interim Conservative leader Rona Ambrose throwing her support fully behind the Liberal government’s trade negotiations.“This is in conflict, a variance, let me put it that way, with what you see in Washington with the Congress seriously divided on everything, including this,” said Mulroney in a scrum with reporters following the speech.Mulroney said he understands the anxieties created by the fast-paced changes in our world but he said it is unfair and unwise to make trade the scapegoat.“The enemy is not trade,” he said. “The enemy is technology.”He said despite the rhetoric coming from the United States, and knowing full well the Americans will be tough negotiators, he remains confident a new deal can and will be reached.“Canada is privileged to have the United States as a neighbour and friend and the United States should their lucky stars every morning they have Canada on the northern border. This is the most successful and peaceful bilateral relationship in history and one that must be cherished.”-follow @mrabson on Twitter. read more

TfL urged to clean up dirty bus routes to save children fromTfL urged to clean up dirty bus routes to save children from

London authorities are being urged to tackle the “toxic school run”, as it emerges that children at 455 schools breathe air which breaches legal standards for pollution. Campaigners are calling for the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, to prioritise the clean up around these schools, where raised levels of nitrogen dioxide can leave children struggling to breathe.TfL, London’s transport body which is chaired by Mr Khan, is being questioned over its decision to put “dirty” diesel and diesel-hybrid buses on routes serving nine in 10 of these schools. “It’s the toxic school run: children are exposed to more than 60 percent of their air pollution intake at school and on their way there, which is why the government needs to tackle that first and prioritise that”, said Alastair Harper, a health campaigner at Unicef UK.“If it’s 10 years until the air is cleaned up, then there’s a whole generation of children forgotten. “My own daughter was hospitalised due to air pollution. I’ve got skin in this game.”As part of his bid to reduce air pollution, Mr Khan radically expand the Ultra-Low Emissions Zone, a scheme to charge drivers up to £24 a day to drive in London. The roll-out costs of the plan have been estimated to reach into the hundreds of millions of pounds. Some say this money could instead be spent on replacing diesel buses near polluted schools with zero-emission vehicles. Tony Arbour AM, Conservative environment spokesman at City Hall, said: “A shocking 89 percent of schools in the worst polluted hotspots are served by filthy diesel buses despite Sadiq Khan promising he would transform the air we breathe.“If the Mayor scrapped his ineffective, arbitrary and punitive extension of the Ultra Low Emission Zone, he could save an estimated £780m and invest in over 1,800 electric double decker buses. By using these buses in a targeted way, the quality of air being inhaled by thousands of schoolchildren could be radically transformed.”A spokesman for Mr Khan said: “The Mayor inherited a polluting bus fleet and has taken bold, fast action to clean the thousands of buses on London’s roads. “A recent study by King’s College London found that without the Mayor’s actions, London’s toxic air would not come into compliance with legal limits for 193 years. “With Sadiq’s measures, especially the Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ), this will reduce to six years and every single school in London will meet legal limits by 2025.” Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. read more

Challenge Cup 14 final Strong home perfomance by Cocks AzotyChallenge Cup 14 final Strong home perfomance by Cocks Azoty

← Previous Story WOMEN’S EHF F4: Budapest waiting for four best teams! Next Story → PSG to pay 900.000 for Omeyer? challenge cupcocks handballfinlandRomania Home support was good enough for three teams to secure advantage before the second matches at the Men’s Challenge Cup 1/4 Finals. THe fourth match between Savehof and Ukrainian Zaporozhye will be played on neutral ground…HC Odorhei (ROU) vs Aguas Santas-Milaneza (POR) 31:28 (17:14)Cocks (FIN) vs Metaloplastika Sabac (SRB) 23:17 (12:11)KS “Azoty-Pulawy” (POL) vs United HC Tongeren (BEL) 31:22 (14:11)IK SAVEHOF – ZTR Zaporozhye (MARCH 22) read more

Analysis OMahony surges into leading role for IrelandAnalysis OMahony surges into leading role for Ireland

first_imgPETER O’MAHONY had what was possibly his best performance for Ireland on Saturday against Samoa.Last season was the 24-year-old’s first campaign as a first-choice international player, so it was understandable that he didn’t consistently stand out as one of the dominant figures on the pitch. Judging by his display against Samoa, the Munster captain is ready to do so this season.We’ve taken a detailed look at every action O’Mahony was involved in against Samoa, from carrying, to tackling and rucking to passing. If he can maintain this level of performance, he will nail down the number six shirt long-term, possibly with a view to eventually replacing Jamie Heaslip at No. 8.Ball carryingO’Mahony’s evening didn’t start too well as he knocked on the game’s first drop-off. The ball hadn’t quite gone 10 metres, but the blindside flanker decided to attack it in the air and was unfortunate to spill it forward, giving Samoa the put-in at the first scrum.The Munster back row had three carries in the first half, all of which were powerful and made positive metres. His third carry in the 34th minute was inside Ireland’s own 22 and was lateral in running towards the touchline. However, O’Mahony bumped off two defenders on his way across the pitch, showcasing his increased explosiveness this season.Just after half time, the flanker made his most spectacular carry of the game, spotting a hole in the Samoan defence (above) and bursting through it to demonstrate his pace. It took vision to spot the gap, but his good work was wasted by throwing an offload to nobody. Yes, there should have been support but if O’Mahony had held on and Ireland had recycled, they would have been in a superb position to score.There was just one other carry for the remainder of the game from O’Mahony, when he made 2 metres by powering through contact close to a ruck.PassingThis was perhaps the most impressive area of O’Mahony’s performance. He is a superb ‘footballer’, in that he has a high skill level, can pass off both hands, and also sees space into which to pass. The 24-year-old could very easily play in the centre and it was great to see him showing off that ability against Samoa.The back row passed the ball six times in total, with his ‘link’ passing standing out. When many forwards receive a pass from their scrum-half, their first thought is to drive into contact. However, O’Mahony has the intelligence to check the defence’s set-up and then make a decision as to whether one of his teammates is in a better position to break the gain-line.The example above highlights O’Mahony’s ability to do exactly that. Having received possession from Conor Murray, the temptation would have been to smash the ball up himself. Instead, the flanker recognises that the Samoan defence is disjointed and slips Kearney a soft pass to manufacture a half-break for the fullback.Below is an example of O’Mahony having scanned across the pitch and noticed the space for Ireland to attack out wide. In this instance, he sent out an accurate right-handed spin pass to give Ireland a great attacking chance. Again, some forwards would have taken this chance to carry themselves, but O’Mahony showed that he is all about the team.Finally, there were two fantastic passes from the base of the ruck by O’Mahony which led to tries for Ireland. The first one came in the 46th minute, when the back row instantly recognised that Rory Best was making a steal in contact. O’Mahony rushed to the breakdown, aware that a counter-attacking chance was on for Ireland.He passed to Gordon D’Arcy who switched play to Paddy Jackson, who sent a kick in behind Samoa. A phase later, Sean O’Brien burst over to score.O’Mahony’s urgency showed how switched on he was for this game, as well highlighting his understanding of the game. A turnover like the one above is a superb chance to score, as Samoa’s defence gets so little time to organize itself.For the final try of the game, it was O’Mahony who once again read that the turnover was on and rushed in to pass the ball to space. RucksIn attack, we counted 11 rucks where O’Mahony featured. Only three of them were effective clear-outs of opposition players, when the 24-year-old removed a threat and allowed Ireland to move the ball away from the ruck with speed.On five occasions, O’Mahony was a ‘guard’ at Ireland’s attacking rucks, meaning he was present but didn’t have to actually physically engage a Samoan defender. Often, the guard discourages defenders from making an effort to steal the ball, so it can be important. The shot below is an example of O’Mahony in such as position. This is the ruck before Dave Kearney’s first try.O’Mahony did have two rucking involvements in attack that ended in negative outcomes for Ireland. The first one saw the Munster skipper concede a penalty for going to ground and sealing the ball off. It was a little harsh by referee Steve Walsh, as O’Mahony had actually cleared a defender away before falling over.However, as you can see below, he was blocking Jack Lam, the Samoan openside, from having a legitimate effort at stealing the ball. O’Mahony is on his knees if you look closely and, crucially, is blocking the ball. This one could have been overlooked be a different ref.The other negative ruck involvement saw Lam stealing possession for Samoa, but again another referee could have called it differently. As you can see below, O’Mahony is in something of a guard position but importantly, he’s not fully in control of his body.His head is down too, meaning he can’t see where the Samoan threat is coming from. The flanker isn’t fully aware of where the ball is and it squeezes back between his legs. Lam rushes in from the side and simply picks the ball up. It could have been whistled as offside, but O’Mahony will be annoyed with his inaccuracy.BreakdownO’Mahony was wonderfully selective in attempting to steal Samoan possession. He won a turnover penalty after just two minutes to allow Ireland to take a 3-0 lead, and that could have given him the notion that he could compete for everything on the deck. However, he showed maturity in deciding to ignore lost causes and get into the defensive line instead. Good signs of maturity.His first steal was a crucial confidence-boosting moment for Ireland in the early stages. Mike McCarthy went in low on the ball carrier, bringing him down swiftly, and O’Mahony was over the ball in a flash. He got into a perfect jackal position, forcing Ole Avei to be pinged for holding on (screenshot below).His second steal came in the 16th minute, directly after he had been involved in one of the defensive errors we highlighted last night. Having made the mistake of sitting back on his heels in defence, O’Mahony worked hard to get back and win a fantastic turnover penalty.This time is was Brian O’Driscoll who chopped down the Samoan lock Fa’atiga Lemalu, and O’Mahony was onto the ball like a magnet. The Samoans tried to blast him off the ball, but the extra kilograms of bulk he added during the summer showed their value in holding him solid and stealing possession for Ireland.Set pieceO’Mahony was involved in at least 10 scrums, and while his role was obviously not as taxing as the front rows’ or locks’, it was encouraging to see the 24-year-old pushing as part of a concerted effort by the back row. Too often in the past, Irish back rows have been passengers at scrum time but John Plumtree has clearly been working on an eight-man shove.O’Mahony had a very strong game at the line-out. He won one ball at the tail in the 35th minute (shown below), showing his athleticism and deft handling skills. He also competed in the air on one of the Samoans’ throws, but conceded a free-kick for closing the gap before being lifted.Otherwise, there were six excellent lifts by the Munster captain, two from behind on Toner to secure Irish possession; one from behind on Heaslip to do the same; and two lifts on Paul O’Connell for the lock to steal Samoan throws.O’Mahony adds so much to the Irish lineout because he is both a lifting and jumping option. That makes if more difficult for the opposition to read where Ireland are going to throw to, and it would be good to see Ireland use his soft hands on a few more occasions against Australia.The blindside flanker’s performance was nicely rounded out by his 25th minute try, which came from one of the lineouts in which he had lifted Toner. O’Mahony was spat out of the maul on the left initially, but after a quick appeal to the touch judge for a penalty, he threw himself back in and was deservedly rewarded with his first try for Ireland.Overall it was a fantastic performance by O’Mahony, but there is certainly more to come from him. His aggression and energy is now being balanced by maturity and intelligence, while his increased physical power makes him more effective.Like rugby? Follow’s dedicated Twitter account @rugby_ie >No mixed emotions for Moore despite strong Irish heritageGone fishin’: John Plumtree puts Ireland forwards through their paces with a big netlast_img read more

Le chef de lagence spatiale russe démis de ses fonctionsLe chef de lagence spatiale russe démis de ses fonctions

first_imgLe chef de l’agence spatiale russe démis de ses fonctionsAnatoli Perminov, chef de l’agence spatiale russe sera prochainement démis de ses fonctions, a annoncé ce mercredi le vice-Premier ministre russe, Sergueï Ivanov. Il avait déjà été fortement critiqué suite à l’échec, le 5 décembre dernier, du lancement de trois satellites Glonass.Le vice-premier ministre russe a déclaré, lors de son déplacement à Washington, que le chef de l’agence spatiale russe quitterait prochainement son poste, rapporte l’AFP. Il précise qu’à 65 ans, selon la loi russe, Anatoli Perminov ne peut plus occuper son poste de fonctionnaire.À lire aussiSpaceX : un satellite d’Elon Musk manque d’entrer en collision avec un satellite de l’ESAAnatoli Perminov avait déjà été fortement critiqué et réprimandé par le président Dmitri Medvedev après l’échec, début décembre 2010, du lancement de trois satellites Glonass. Ces satellites, qui devaient rivaliser avec les systèmes de navigation américain (GPS) et européen (Galileo), se sont échoués dans le Pacifique à cause d’une surcharge de carburant.Le système Glonass s’est donc vu retardé d’un an au moins et l’ajournement du dernier lancement en date de la fusée Soyouz a mis le feu aux poudres.  Avec deux cosmonautes russes et un astronautes américain à son bord, son lancement était initialement prévu le 30 mars et a finalement eu lieu le 5 avril. Le remplaçant d’Anatoli Perminov devrait être connu prochainement. Le 6 avril 2011 à 13:27 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

GameShell is the Handheld Mobile Emulator You Build YourselfGameShell is the Handheld Mobile Emulator You Build Yourself

first_img Keto Turns Your Smartphone Into Your Car KeysCovert Dock for Nintendo Switch Fits in Your Pocket Got a hankering to do a little retro gaming on the go? Your smartphone might do the trick, provided its walled garden allows you to download emulators.A new Kickstarter project wants to give you a better option: real portable retro gaming in a pint-sized package complete with physical buttons. There’s even a headphone jack!Clockwork calls their slick little creation GameShell. When it ships (they’ve already smashed their $50,000 funding goal) GameShell will arrive in backers’ hands as a simple modular kit. Snap the modules — mainboard, screen, keypad, battery, and speaker — together into their individual cases, assemble the whole worksand you’re ready to boot up.GameShell is built around a Raspberry Pi-compatible board with an ARM Cortex-A7 processor and 512MB of RAM. It features a 2.7-inch color display, built-in Wifi and a battery with enough power for three hours of gaming. GameShell can run a variety of Linux distributions and it comes with pre-loaded emulators for Atari, GB, GBA, NES, SNES, an more. Stay on target It’s highly hackable, too, so you’re free to load your favorites if you’ve got the patience and know-how to do it. Out of the box, GameShell comes with two great classics to get you started — Doom and Cave Story. Clockwork plans to add more free games in the future, including Doom II, Heretic, and Hexen.Want to take the GameShell DIY experience to another level? Why not 3D-print your own case using the provided STL files? Heck, you can even code your own games if you’re so inclined!If you move fast, you can secure yourself a GameShell by pledging $89. Miss out on the 800 reserved for early birds and the price goes up by $10. That’s still pretty reasonable for what you’re getting — which is more than just the system itself. You’ll also get a bonus Clockwork t-shirt… and a sticker! Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.last_img read more

White collar rejig layoffs at Tata Motors will save company Rs 400White collar rejig layoffs at Tata Motors will save company Rs 400

first_imgA vehicle drives past three men walking out of a Tata Motors car plant at Sanand in Gujarat, October 27, 2016.Reuters fileAfter reports of a slew of job cuts in 2017 in various sectors such as IT and media, it looks like Tata Motors has joined the fray. The firm is set to restructure its workforce – the biggest exercise in the company’s history – in a bid to save about Rs 400 crore.About 1,200-1,300 employees have been reassigned, shifted to other departments and even let go as part of the restructuring exercise. Apart from this, the company has also reportedly done away with about 2,500 designations and positions.Gajendra Chandel, head of human resources at Tata Motors, explained that without the exercise employee costs would have hit the roof. “It would be more if we look at the direct and indirect benefits — nothing less than Rs 300-400 crore. When we did the budgeting for this year vis-a-vis the new structure, there is a gap of Rs 400 crore,” Chandel told the Economic Times.While about 8-10 percent of managerial-level jobs have been cut until now, Tata Motors is also planning to cut about 3,000 blue-collar jobs in the next two-three years.”We are working on productivity through skill development,” Chandel told the daily. “Mostly 2,000 of the flexi workforce has been reduced and is expected to reduce further. We are trying to minimise the fluctuations to rationalise the workforce. We have about 30,000 blue-collar workers, so there will be a 10% reduction across all plants put together.”While the “organisational restructuring” is showing an impact now, the process, in fact, started in 2015, when Tata Motors got Accenture on board to plan its future in terms of cutting costs and combating the cut-throat competition in the auto industry. It then also hired Ernst & Young to evaluate various jobs and positions in the firm.Meanwhile, Tata Motors is not the only auto brand to cut jobs and restructure the workforce. American multinational automaker Ford is also likely to cut about 10 percent of its salaried workforce worldwide. The decision comes at a time when the brand aims to boost its profits and stock price. The badge of a Ford carReutersThough the company did not confirm the layoff, Ford did say it intended to concentrate on cost optimisation and higher efficiency.”We remain focused on the three strategic priorities that will create value and drive profitable growth, which include fortifying the profit pillars in our core business, transforming traditionally underperforming areas of our core business and investing aggressively, but prudently, in emerging opportunities,” Reuters quoted the Dearborn company as saying.”Reducing costs and becoming as lean and efficient as possible also remain part of that work. We have not announced any new people efficiency actions, nor do we comment on speculation.”last_img read more

This Years European Capital of Culture is Also its Oldest City –This Years European Capital of Culture is Also its Oldest City –

first_imgEurope is known for its ancient heritage, with some of its most beautiful cities and towns boasting a history that stretches back for thousands of years. However, this year’s European Capital of Culture claims a lineage much longer than most, tracing its origins to the 4th millennium BC. According to The Telegraph, this long, complex past makes Plovdiv widely recognized as the oldest continuously inhabited settlement in Europe. Plovdiv is often overlooked by tourists seeking to experience a flavor of Europe’s ancient past, as visitors flock to cities such as Rome, Athens, Paris and Lisbon. However, Bulgaria’s second-largest city has a fascinating history, and successive waves of conquerors have left their mark on Plovdiv’s landscape, architecture and culture.3rd century round tower, Plovidv. Photo by Nigel Swales CC BY-SA 2.0Known today as the “city of the seven hills”, Plovdiv occupies a fertile spot on the banks of the Maritsa River. The most ancient part of the city is concentrated around three low hills, which formed an effective natural defensive structure for the city’s earliest inhabitants.Plovdiv. U.S. Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Kendra M. Owenby, 134 ARW Public AffairsAccording to The Telegraph, Neolithic burial sites and remains have been found on the central hill of Nebet Tepe, dating back as early as 6000 BC. However, the first major settlement of the area appears to have occurred in the Chalcolithic period, in around 4000 BC.Old Plovdiv street. Photo by Juan Antonio Segal CC by 2.0Important finds dating from this period include burial mounds and tombs, tools, ritual artifacts and everyday objects. Archaeologists believe that the settlement has remained occupied ever since.Plovdiv squareThe hill of Nebet Tepe proved to be an excellent place to settle, providing access to food and fertile ground, in addition to offering a vantage point from which to spy out potential invaders. The settlement soon expanded to the two neighboring hills, and in the 2nd and 3rd millennia BC it became an important Thracian city.Map describing the city as ‘Philippopolis, que et Poneropolis, Duloupolis, Eumolpiada, item Trimontium, at que Pulpudena’During the 1st millennium BC, Plovdiv suffered significant political turbulence. It was briefly incorporated into the Persian Empire as a nominal vassal of the Achaemenid emperor Darius the Great, and then later formed part of the Odrysian Kingdom, a confederation of Thracian tribes. However, in 342 BC, a new force swept in from the West and changed the course of Plovdiv’s history.Old town PlovdivPhilip II of Macedon, father of Alexander the Great and a formidable political force in his own right, invaded the Thracian kingdom and deposed the Odrysian rulers, instigating a conflict that would continue for many years. The city continued to change hands between the Macedonians and the Thracians, until the arrival of the Romans in 72 BC.Nebet Tepe, Plovdiv. Photo by Noah Keye CC BY 2.0The Romans renamed Plovdiv as Trimontium, or the “city of the three hills”, and embarked on an ambitious building program. Situated at an important crossroads between the east and west of the Roman Empire, Trimontium benefited from significant imperial patronage, and many of the lavish public buildings erected in this period may still be seen in the old city of Plovdiv today. The stunning amphitheater still provides a space for open-air concerts, and it’s also possible to see the stadium, baths, streets and buildings decorated with mosaics.Plovdiv’s ancient theaterPlovdiv’s ancient past is a story of cultural flourishing. Its position at the intersection between East and West meant that it was an important trading post, and diverse influences have thus shaped its culture, architecture and identity. However, it was also a strategic military site, meaning that it was always a target for invasion.Balabanov house and traditional Bulgarian revival houses in old town Plovdiv. Photo by Juan Antonio F. Segal CC BY 2.0Related Video: Drone captures amazingabandoned mountain top villageAfter the Romans, the city was sacked by the Goths, reincorporated into the Eastern Roman Empire, taken over by the First Bulgarian Empire, conquered by the crusaders and then the Latin Empire, and finally annexed by the Ottomans. In 1885 it played a crucial role in the process of Bulgarian unification, and according to The Telegraph, now occupies a proud place as Bulgaria’s cultural capital and second largest city.Read another story from us: Austria’s Most Beautiful and Ancient Alpine Village Holds Bronze Age SecretsYet, each conquering force has left its mark on the city. Roman monuments, Byzantine monasteries, Ottoman mosques and bathhouses, and beautifully painted traditional Balkan houses all have their place here, jostling for space on the three hills of the Old Town. As 2019’s European Capital of Culture, Plovdiv is finally earning international recognition as one of this continent’s most important ancient sites.last_img read more

Blazers social media team celebrates acquiring Cash Considerations in blockbuster trade withBlazers social media team celebrates acquiring Cash Considerations in blockbuster trade with

first_imgThe Rockets are building a super team, and to do so they have been moving money around to clear enough cap space to make a run at a third superstar to play with James Harden and newly acquired point guard Chris Paul.Aside from the big trade to acquire Paul, the Rockets were involved in a transactional trade with Portland, acquiring back up guard Tim Quarterman from the Blazers in exchange for ‘Cash Considerations.’As soon as the trade was announced, the Blazers social media team leapt into action and sent out a couple of hilarious deadpan tweets welcoming ‘Cash Considerations’ to the team.Cash is money. Give these people a— Trail Blazers (@trailblazers) June 28, 2017— Basketball Reference (@bball_ref) June 28, 2017 “This trade is a blessing. I’m ready to grind, Rip City. I think I can make an immediate impact out on the floor.” — Cash Considerations— Trail Blazers (@trailblazers) June 28, 2017last_img read more

Cynthia Nixon expands on wanting marijuana legalized in New York StateCynthia Nixon expands on wanting marijuana legalized in New York State

first_imgCynthia Nixon | Photo: YouTube Cynthia Nixon pens amazing op-ed on what it means to ‘be a Miranda’ in 2018Cynthia Nixon shares story of mother’s abortion to help stop Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmationThis is how Cynthia Nixon responded to being called an ‘unqualified lesbian’Read the full article on Gaystarnews:  : The actress and lifelong New Yorker is currently running to become governor of her home state.The actress, who of course made her name on the hit show Sex and the City, elaborated on her opinion in an interview with the New York Times.Asked ‘Is it your belief that no career politician could fix Albany?’ Cynthia replied: ‘I think they could go in and start.‘But no one stops to say: “We’re one of the most progressive states in the country. We’re two-to-one Democratic. Why haven’t we enacted campaign-finance reform or criminal-justice reform?”‘She furthermore speculated: ‘”Why do we have the second-most-unequal schools in the country? Why haven’t we legalized marijuana?”’ ‘It’s a justice issue’She went on to state she ‘100%’ wants to legalize marijuana in the state.She furthermore added: ‘It’s a moneymaker. And it’s a justice issue.‘We have people, particularly African-American men, sitting in jail for something that white people do with impunity.’Cynthia, who starred as Emily Dickinson in 2016 film A Quiet Passion, married wife Christine Marinoni in 2012.In one episode of Sex and the City, Cynthia’s character Miranda is seen preparing to smoke smoking marijuana in the apartment of Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker) along with Samantha (Kim Cattrall).In another, Miranda defends Carrie to police after the latter is caught smoking a joint on the streets of New York City.Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . GAYSTARNEWS-center_img eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Cynthia Nixon has given more detail on her thoughts about marijuana legalization in New York State.last_img read more

Irish Connection to be discussed at Historical Society AGMIrish Connection to be discussed at Historical Society AGM

first_imgThe Ladysmith Historical Society AGM will be held on Friday, August 26, starting at 6pm at Egerton Manor.The guest speaker will be Professor Donal McCracken, who wrote the book ‘How the Irish won the Boer War’.Gazette readers are no stranger to parts of the story as presented by local history buff John Hawkesbury, who wrote a fascinating article on the Irish involvement in the Siege of Ladysmith.Expect professor Donal McCracken to expound on this, highlighting the role of the Irish throughout the war.“The Irish Brigade were commanded by a colourful American ex-Indian fighter named Colonel John Blake, assisted by Major John MacBride, an ardent nationalist who had joined the war more for hatred of the English than love of the Boer.“Blake was wounded in the above battle and MacBride became officer commanding for the remainder of the siege. The Irish Brigade fought anywhere and everywhere. When not rustling horses and cattle from the British, they were holding their own in the siege-line. “They fought at Colenso, Vaal Kranz and Spioen Kop, and as guerilla fighters up to the bitter end.”Contact Johan on 0837851022 for more details on the AGM and costs to attend.DID YOU KNOW?Click on the words highlighted in red to read more on this and related topics.If you are reading this on your cellphone and there are telephone numbers provided in the text, you can call these simply by clicking on them.To receive news links via WhatsApp.For the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join us there! WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite last_img read more

A nationbynation look at Arab Spring dictatorsA nationbynation look at Arab Spring dictators

first_img 5 treatments for adult scoliosis ErrorOK ErrorOK_TUNISIA: ZINE EL ABIDINE BEN ALIThe former Tunisian leader fled to Saudi Arabia on Jan. 14, 2011, after a monthlong uprising that sparked the larger Arab Spring. Ben Ali has been convicted in absentia by a Tunisian court for corruption and other crimes during his 23-year authoritarian rule._LIBYA: MOAMMAR GADHAFIAfter leading Libya for four decades, Gadhafi spent his final weeks shuttling from hideout to hideout in his hometown of Sirte until rebel fighters captured and killed him in October._YEMEN: ALI ABDULLAH SALEHThe Yemeni president clung to power for nearly a year in the face of mass protests against his rule, staying in place even after a bomb blast in June left him with burns over much of his body. Finally, under a U.S. and Gulf-brokered agreement, Saleh handed over power to his vice president, who earlier this year was elected president.But Saleh remains in Yemen and at the head of his party, and his relatives and loyalists still hold powerful positions in the military, security forces and government. Many Yemenis accuse him of using those tools to undermine his successor in hopes of one day returning to power._SYRIA: BASHAR ASSADSyrian President Bashar Assad is clinging to power, despite a 15-month-old uprising against his rule that has turned into a bloodbath and near civil war. Activists say at least 13,000 people have been killed. Men’s health affects baby’s health too Sponsored Stories Meghan McCain to release audiobook on conservatism, family Comments   Share   More Valley freeways to be closed this weekend for improvements Assad’s forces unleashed a withering crackdown against a revolt that began with peaceful protests, prompting many of the regime’s opponents _ joined by army defectors _ to take up arms against the government. The military has responded with all-out assaults on opposition areas, leaving mass destruction in neighborhoods of some cities.The conflict also has taken on a worrying sectarian tone. The Sunni Muslim majority largely backs the opposition, while the Alawites and other minorities support Assad, himself an Alawite. There have been tit-for-tat killings and a string of suicide bombings against military buildings.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Think Tank analyzes the second round of Democratic debates Top Stories New high school in Mesa lets students pick career paths CAIRO (AP) – Egypt’s longtime leader Hosni Mubarak was sentenced to life in prison Saturday for failing to stop the killing of protesters during the uprising that pushed him from power last year. The 84-year-old was the first Arab Spring leader to be tried in his own country, but he is not the only ruler in the Middle East to be caught up in the uprisings that have swept across the region since early last year. Here’s a look at the fate of other Arab leaders: How men can have a healthy 2019last_img read more

Travelers staggered by Cubas new customs taxesTravelers staggered by Cubas new customs taxes

first_img Sponsored Stories Parents, stop beating yourself up Associated PressHAVANA (AP) – A steep hike in customs duties took effect in Cuba on Monday, catching many air travelers unaware and leaving some shocked at the new fees.Nelida Diaz, a Cuban-American who arrived with her husband for a visit to the island where she was born, said she was astonished when officials docked her $588 at customs.“We come every year, and they had never charged us like that,” Diaz said outside the terminal at Havana’s international airport, her blue, shrink-wrapped bags piled on a luggage cart. “There is a lot of irritation among the people.” Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion project But Roque said she was put on notice at customs: “The next time, I’ll have to pay in dollars.”While the new duty schedule was announced two months ago, many travelers said Monday they were taken by surprise. The terminal appeared normal on the outside, but passengers said operations seemed confused and sluggish at customs.“There’s a lot of disgust in there,” said Roberto Suarez, another Cuban-American, who reported paying double his usual customs fee. “There are people who came with a little money set aside to help family, and then they get hit with this.”___Follow Andrea Rodriguez on Twitter at Authorities have defended the measure as necessary to impose order in airports, which at times can look more like cargo terminals for all the baggage.Experts say the measure targets so-called mules, who make frequent trips back and forth to places like Ecuador, Panama and Miami, carrying huge bags overstuffed with merchandise destined for resale or to supply the island’s growing ranks of private entrepreneurs.But some fear it could also hurt Cuban families that rely on goods imported five suitcases at a time, as well as the many islanders who are able to visit relatives abroad by agreeing to bring back heavy loads for others who pay the airfare.Travelers are allowed to bring in 66 pounds (30 kilograms) of miscellaneous goods without being charged. Everything after that gets taxed at $4.55 a pound ($10 per kilogram).Islanders get a once-a-year pass to pay excess baggage fees in the local peso, worth 24 to the dollar, but starting with their second trip they must pay the much higher dollar-based rates. Anyone who’s not a permanent resident pays the higher rate from the start.“They charged me 102 Cuban pesos ($4.25) because I’m a Cuban and it’s my first time traveling to the U.S.,” said Maria Roque, a resident of Matanzas province who was returning to Cuba from a trip to visit her son. How men can have a healthy 2019 Men’s health affects baby’s health toocenter_img Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Top Stories (Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Day Comments   Share   Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenixlast_img read more

Revamp for popular Sodap beachRevamp for popular Sodap beach

first_imgA YOUNG, talented Paphos-based architect has won the closed competition to revamp the facilities at the popular municipality beach known locally as ‘Sodap’ and work will get underway at the site at the end of next year.Konstantinos Psomas, 33, of Psomas Studio of Architecture told the Mail that he signed the relevant contracts with the mayor of Paphos, Phedonas Phedonos, at the town hall around three weeks ago.“A number of architects of Paphos were invited to submit their designs for Vryssoudia beach, known by everyone as Sodap beach, and we only had about three weeks to create our design after receiving the general brief for the project,” Psomas said.The project will cost half a million euros and will completely change the face of the area which is currently home to a small nondescript cafe. It will be replaced with a stunning, cutting edge, sculpture- like, modern restaurant cafe- bar, complete with a viewing platform and a roof garden offering stunning views.“This building will be a landmark for the area and uses fluid architecture, parametric design and also reflects and connects with the history of Paphos, such as the mosaics,” he said.Psomas said that this is apparent in the rooftop canopy which is made up of different pieces of a special lightweight fabric that mirror the UNESCO protected mosaics of Kato Paphos.“The fabric is stretched across structure to form a canopy that will self-illuminate at night.”He explained that this would be achieved by hidden light sources, but that colours have yet to be decided upon.The concept motivating the design is to create an ‘extension’ of the coastal walkway, adapting to the line and also the topography of the beach.Konstantinos Psomas“The building is a sculpture landmark and is making the most of the fantastic 180-degree view which takes in the castle and harbour in the distance, and the sea,” he said.An eye-catching metal staircase resembles a work of art, and that’s the idea, he said, adding that it leads down to the beach and up to a small viewing platform at the top, to maximize the magnificent view.The design also includes an interior of around 130m2, an exterior space with a verandah which is almost at beach level, as well as the roof garden, which is around the same level as the coastal walkway. The exterior space totals around 188 m2.He added that the design was still a concept at the moment, and that it will most probably evolve as the process and project moves along.The company now has three months to hone the winning design and develop it further. The multiplicity will then call a tender for the construction company to create the building, and a further eight to ten months will then be required to construct the building, Psomas said.He expects construction, which will take place during the winter months, to get underway at the end of 2019.“Projects such as these mean a lot to me. I was away from Paphos for 12 years, collecting experience and knowledge and now my hometown and the municipality have given me the chance to share these wonderful and interesting experiences.”Psomas describes himself as a‘re-generator’ and returned to Paphos a couple of years ago to reinvigorate his father’s architectural business – Psomas studio of Architects (PS-A) which has been operating for almost 30 years.The young visionary studied architecture at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in Greece and the Ecole Nationale Superieure Paris-Malaquais in France.He then moved to London to study at the Architectural Association School of Architecture and the world-renowned Design Research Laboratory.Psomas then joined the prestigious Zaha Hadid Architects where he worked for around four years and was involved in various high-edged design and complex projects of different scales“We are working on many projects of all sizes and scales, including, hotels, hotel renovation, high rise buildings, developments and clinics all over Cyprus. I also redesigned our office to modernise it a little,” he said.Psomas also designed the three new beach kiosks on Geroskipou beach front.You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoYahoo SearchYou’ve Never Seen Luxury Like This On A Cruise Ship. Search Luxury Mediterranean CruisesYahoo SearchUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoThe Deniz boat incident showed clearly the intentions of the Turkish sideUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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