Panaji/New Delhi: A case of rape and criminal intimidation was registered against a swimming coach by the Goa police on Thursday and a search was on to arrest him, officials said. Surajit Ganguly, a coach once employed by the Goa Swimming Association (GSA), is accused of molesting a 15- year-old girl who was training under him. “We have launched a search operation to track down the accused. Last we know is that he had left for Bhopal,” Deputy Superintendent of Police Gajanan Prabhudesai told PTI. Also Read – Uddhav bats for ‘Sena CM’ He said police have formed multiple teams to arrest the coach. A video of the alleged molestation incident had gone viral on social media earlier, prompting Union Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju to promise a stringent action. A case under IPC sections 376 (rape), 354 (molestation) and 506 (criminal intimidation), as well as under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act (POCSO) and Goa Children’s Act was registered against Ganguly, said inspector Kapil Nayak of the Mapusa police station in Goa. Also Read – Farooq demands unconditional release of all detainees in J&K The Goa Swimming Association sacked Ganguly after the the video surfaced. “…we terminated Surajit’s contract immediately after watching the video. Both the girl and coach are from (West) Bengal,” GSA secretary Syed Abdul Majid told PTI. Ganguly was appointed by the GSA about two-and-a-half years ago at its Mapusa indoor swimming training facility. “We appointed him because he had a good track record as a coach. There were no prior complaints (of misbehaviour) against him,” Majid added. In 2017, the Goa Legislative Assembly had passed a resolution congratulating him and other coaches for bringing “pride and glory to swimming and diving sports and to the state” in the 63rd National Games. On Wednesday, based on the girl’s statement, the Kolkata police lodged a complaint against Ganguly, and transferred it to their counterparts in Goa. Rijiju said he had asked the Swimming Federation of India to ensure that Ganguly was not employed anywhere in the country. “I’ve taken a strong view of the incident. The Goa Swimming Association has terminated the contract of coach Surajit Ganguly. “I’m asking the Swimming Federation of India to ensure that this coach is not employed anywhere in India. This applies to all Federations & disciplines,” he tweeted.
TORONTO — Athletics Canada became the latest domestic sport organization to take steps to drop the use of the term ‘midget’ as an age category classification, a move that came days after the Ontario Basketball Association stated its plans to do the same.“This topic is now on our agenda for our SAGM (semi-annual general meeting) in Vancouver next week,” Athletics Canada spokesman Mathieu Gentes said Friday in an email to The Canadian Press. “We will be following suit to pursue eliminating the term midget as an age category descriptor.”The recent developments were applauded by Dwarf Athletic Association of Canada director Allan Redford, who said change is overdue.“Like any of the social challenges that groups like ours have, it’s the right thing to do,” Redford said. “I think it gains awareness, it’s respectful, it provides the proper acceptance of people of short stature, people with dwarfism.”Several sports across the country — notably hockey, football and lacrosse — use the term prominently as a youth age category. However, the word is considered a derogatory slur.“It is very offensive,” Redford said. “It harkens back to the times of the circus with the freak shows. So every time you hear it, you cringe. It’s just not something that we like as a group. We don’t like to be identified in that manner.”OBA executive director Jason Jansson said the organization’s board supported the change and plans will likely be formalized later this season. The midget category will likely be called U15 (under-15) and major midget would go to U16 (under-16), age terms that are currently in use at the sport’s national and international levels. Athletics Canada, the governing body for track and field in Canada, currently uses age designators for some of its categories.“It’s not a huge shift for us,” Gentes said.Regina Scott, who has a two-year-old son with dwarfism, reached out to the local youth basketball association in Guelph, Ont., after noticing the term on a banner at a mall. Changes were soon made and the provincial association was quick to get on board too. “It’s such a positive change,” Scott said from Guelph. “There is nothing positive about that word.”Hockey Canada classifies the midget category as players who are under 18 as of Dec. 31 of the current season. Bantam is for athletes under 15, with peewee, atom and novice used as classifications for younger players. Depending on the sport, some local, provincial and national organizations use descriptors like minor midget and major midget as well.“It was often confusing anyway, so why not just use the actual age?” Redford said. “That makes the most sense to me and eliminating the M-word of course is very important to all of the little people organizations … basically to take control over what has become a slur.“Until as a community we can control that word, we won’t have that ability to get the awareness and acceptance that’s been overdue.” When asked if Hockey Canada might be planning to consider a change to its categories, an organization spokesman declined comment.Messages left with Football Canada and the Canadian Lacrosse Association were not immediately returned.“It’s a word that’s dehumanizing and belittling,” Scott said. “It’s usually used to mock somebody. It’s never used in a positive way.”In its mission statement, the DAAC said it is committed to providing athletic competition, guidance, support, and information to people of short stature and to their families.“We really are asking now for all organizations across Canada to eliminate the M-word,” Redford said. “Replace it with a proper age category. It will be better for everybody.”———Follow @GregoryStrongCP on Twitter.Gregory Strong, The Canadian Press
OTTAWA — Donald Trump’s envoy to Canada says China’s rise might have worrying implications for North American workers but she says the U.S. pursuit of of a Huawei executive is a separate legal matter.Ambassador Kelly Craft says there is “absolutely” no political motive behind the controversial arrest of Meng Wanzhou, the Chinese telecom giant’s chief financial officer and the daughter of its founder.However, Craft says, her government insisted on inserting a new provision into the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement to strengthen the continent’s economy against China’s. The controversial new clause calls on all three North American partners to notify each other if they engage in free-trade talks with a non-market economy, widely understood to mean China.Craft spoke to reporters in Ottawa today as Meng’s bail hearing resumes in Vancouver. Canada arrested Meng on Dec. 1 at the Vancouver airport at the request of the U.S., causing a major disruption in relations between the two North American neighbours and China. The United States wants Meng to face charges related to possible violations of trade sanctions against Iran.The arrest came the same day presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping agreed to a 90-day ceasefire in a tariff war over Beijing’s technology policy. It prompted concern that trade talks might be derailed, but Beijing indicated Tuesday they are going ahead.Earlier today, China’s foreign minister vowed to protect its citizens abroad. Beijing will “spare no effort” to protect against “any bullying that infringes the legitimate rights and interests of Chinese citizens,” Foreign Minister Wang Yi said at a conference in Shanghai.Wang didn’t mention Meng by name. A Chinese government spokesman said Wang was referring to cases of all Chinese abroad, including Meng’s.— with files from the Associated PressThe Canadian Press
The Alberta Government is reporting hundreds of millions of dollars in new investment following international trade missions, but the economic development and trade minister says where the province goes in 2018 is still an open question.“We haven’t determined as of today which markets we’re going to be going into,” Deron Bilous said Tuesday.Bilous was joined by representatives from companies and stakeholders discussing his several ministerial missions in 2017, which the government says led to over $500 million in actual trade and investment since April 2017.The province reports that in the first 10 months of the year, Alberta exports were $82.7 billion, up 31 per cent from the same period in 2016, accounting for 64 per cent of Canada’s entire trade increase.Bilous’ trips included the U.K., Germany, Ukraine and the United Arab Emirates, but Bilous also highlighted his trips to Asia.“China’s a great example of a country that over the last 13 months I’ve been into three times,” he said. “Korea and Japan, there have been a number of missions, [but] what I can say to you is stay tuned.”Bilous’ trips received endorsements from Headwater Engineering, Ketek Group, General Electric International, the Alberta Industrial Heartland Association and the Edmonton International Airport.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by Ross Marowits, The Canadian Press Posted Mar 26, 2014 1:32 pm MDT MONTREAL – Cheesemaker Saputo is eagerly pursuing growth opportunities around the world while again downsizing North American operations by closing four plants — two in Alberta and two in the United States — and shifting production elsewhere in its operations.The company said about 180 employees will be affected by the latest closures.The plants are in Wetaskiwin and Glenwood, Alta., New London, Wisc., and Hancock, Md. The shutdowns will begin in May and be completed by December 2015.“Over the recent years, Saputo has maintained efforts to pursue additional efficiencies and decrease costs while strengthening its market presence,” the company said in a news release.“The announced measures are part of the company’s continual analysis of its overall activities.”Saputo said workers will be given severance and outplacement support and some will be offered the possibility of transferring to other Saputo locations.Saputo said costs connected with the closures will total about $19.8 million after taxes. The moves are expected to save about $4.8 million a year.The company also said it expects to spend $35 million on new fixed assets in other Saputo plants in connection with the decision, but save the same amount in upgrades that would have been required at the facilities to be closed.It described the plants being shut as older, inefficient plants that could not be easily upgraded.The closures mark the second year in a row that the Saputo has announced a spring downsizing of its Canadian operations.Last March, its announced plans to close a manufacturing facility as of June 2014 in Warwick, Que., affecting 100 workers. That followed its decision several months earlier to close a facility in Winkler, Man., that was part of its $407-million acquisition of Dairyworld Foods in 2001.Chief executive Lino Saputo Jr. didn’t mention the plant closures during a presentation Wednesday to a CIBC retail and consumer conference where he described the company’s Canadian operations as “very stable” despite the high cost of milk, generating about 12 per cent EBIT margins.“Our platform is very good, very solid, generating very good cash flows for us but it’s not a growth platform and it’s not a platform where we can export from,” he said from Toronto.“Very happy with it but really our growth is coming from outside of Canada.”He pointed to the United States, where Saputo is the third-largest cheese manufacturer and where its sees great acquisition opportunities in a fragmented market. He also noted that 17 per cent of total production is exported, up from three per cent a decade ago.Saputo also said the Montreal-based company is considering a number of acquisitions in Brazil, Australia and New Zealand.With global dairy demand growing by four to five per cent a year, but production increasing by just one to two per cent, he said he’s very bullish about the impact on pricing and opportunities for dairy farmers to further boost production.In Argentina, Saputo has made investment allowing it to double production and vowed to support similar moves in Australia following its acquisition of Warrnambool Cheese and Butter, the country’s oldest and fourth-largest dairy processor.“If there are programs that we can implement that would allow them to feel good about being dairy farmers and believe in the industry and hopefully get the next generation believing about dairy production, then I think that we’ll all be winners.”Saputo is one of the top 10 dairy processors in the world, generating about $9.3 billion of annual sales and employing 13,000 people.Follow @RossMarowits on Twitter. Cheesemaker Saputo closing two plants in Alberta and two in the U.S.
“The food security emergency is coming against a background of multiple ongoing epidemics in the country,” the interim Director of Emergency Risk Management and Humanitarian Response at the UN World Health Organization (WHO), Michelle Gayer, said today.“This creates an additional burden for people’s health as well as the health system as malnutrition, especially in children, predisposes them to more severe infectious disease, which can kill quickly,” she added. The current El Niño, among the strongest on record, caused by a cyclical warming in the Pacific Ocean, affects climate over a wide swathe of the world, bringing more floods to some areas and longer droughts to others, as well as stronger typhoons and cyclones.Ethiopia has experienced two poor growing seasons in 2015. Due to delayed rains attributed to El Niño, its main annual harvest was severely reduced. Every month since January has seen an increase in the number of malnourished children, with 400,000 likely to face severe malnutrition in 2016. In addition, some 700,000 expecting and recent mothers are at risk for severe malnutrition. Anticipating a major increase in health risks, WHO has mobilized drugs, equipment and human resources. Vulnerable populations, such as children requiring therapeutic feeding and health care, are particularly at risk of illness and death. El Niño can lead to significant increases in diseases, such as malaria, dengue fever, diarrhoea and cholera – major killers of children.Ethiopia is one of the most affected countries by El Niño thus far. “We are very concerned that right now, there are not enough resources to provide an effective and coordinated health response across Ethiopia,” WHO Emergency Response Coordinator in Ethiopia Kebba Jaiteh said. “Without a proper response, El Niño could reverse years of progress on health for Ethiopians.” WHO and partners predict increases in communicable, water- and vector-borne diseases and medical complications from malnutrition, and there are also concerns about increasing cases of acute watery diarrhoea. Many disease outbreaks are currently ongoing with response already being organized by the Ethiopian Health Ministry and partners. After a recent measles outbreak, the Ministry and partners started vaccinating 5.3 million children under five in hotspot districts, but a significant funding gap remains for those between five and 14 years. While response plans are still being finalized, WHO estimates its initial funding request will require more than $8 million.“This is just the beginning of what the health sector is going to need in the coming months to address the health consequences of El Niño in Ethiopia, across the Horn of Africa, southern Africa and in many other parts of the world,” Dr. Gayer said.
Brian Power, Associate Dean in the Faculty of Humanities, is part of the cast of Apocalypsis at Toronto’s Luminato Festival this weekend. If you’re heading to Toronto’s Luminato Festival to see Apocalypsis this weekend, you might notice a familiar face in the crowded cast.Brian Power, Associate Dean in the Faculty of Humanities, will perform in the epic R. Murray Schafer production that boasts 1,000 actors, dancers and musicians.Power appears in the second part of the two-part saga about the end of the world and a revolutionary ascension to order, performed at the Sony Theatre.Part Two, called Credo, features 12 chamber choirs and as many string quartets situated in the balcony or hoisted on scaffolding in the mezzanine.Each chamber choir is named after a gemstone to symbolize the 12 gates of the New City of Jerusalem in Revelations 21:18-21. Power is part of the fifth chamber choir – gemstone onyx – comprised of members of Toronto-based Pax Christi Chorale.Power has sung with the choir in the past, most recently in May at the North American premiere of the 19th century oratorio, Judith. This is the first time the veteran choral music performer has been in a project of this scale, however.“I am thrilled to be one of the 1,000 performers in this production of Apocalypsis, a once-in-a-generation opportunity for a choral singer,” Power said. “Nothing of this scale has ever been mounted on a Toronto stage. The music is a vast, multi-faceted soundscape. While Part 1 is all about shock and awe, Part 2 transports the audience and the performers into another world, where, according to the composer, the universe has no beginning or end or middle, or up or down. It is truly mesmerizing.”This is the first time Apocalypsis has been performed in full since it premiered in 1980. It runs from Friday, June 26 to Sunday, June 28.Tickets are $39 and available online. Watch the rehearsal video
Ohio State sophomore forward Tanner Laczynski controlls the puck during a 4-0 loss to Penn State on Dec. 2. Credit: Nick Hudak | For the LanternThe No. 6 Ohio State men’s hockey team (15-5-4, 8-5-1-0 Big Ten) split its weekend series against No. 13 Penn State (13-8-3, 6-5-3-2 Big Ten) in State College, Pennsylvania, dropping Friday’s game 5-2 , then rebounding with a 5-1 win the next day.Game OnePenn State sophomore goaltender Peyton Jones made 45 saves on 47 shots in a 5-2 win against Ohio State. The Buckeyes’ loss ended their season-high six-game win streak.Penn State struck early in the opening period when sophomore forward Denis Smirnov fired a shot past Ohio State redshirt junior goaltender Sean Romeo 5:18 in the first period to give the Nittany Lions a 1-0 lead.Later in the period, the Nittany Lions got loose on a two-on-one breakaway. Smirnov feathered a cross-crease pass to sophomore forward Nate Sucese, putting the Penn State up by two goals near the end of the first period. Ohio State mounted multiple fruitful offensive attacks in the second period.Early in the period, the Buckeyes capitalized on a power play. Buckeyes junior forward and captain Mason Jobst put in a rebound off a shot from sophomore forward Tanner Laczynski, making it a one-goal game.Penn State struck back with a power-play goal of its own, when freshman forward Evan Barratt found the back of the net at 7:46 of the second period.The back-and-forth play continued with another power-play goal for the Buckeyes. Jobst showed patience in the slot before sniping it into the top corner of the goal, over the glove of Jones. It was Jobst’s second goal on the power play.Ohio State had 22 shots in the second period, totaling 37 through the opening two periods. Penn State made a push in the third period that began began with the power play. Penn State junior forward Andrew Sturtz skated through the slot, dragged the puck through the Buckeye defense and beat Romeo with a quick shot through the five-hole to restore the two-goal lead.Barratt added an empty-net goal, his second goal and third point of the night, to ice the game for Penn State. Ohio State’s special teams were seemingly at the center of everything that happened Friday night. The Buckeyes went 2-for-4 on the power play, but went 1-for-3 on the penalty kill.Romeo made 31 saves in Ohio State’s loss. Game TwoThe Buckeyes enacted their revenge in the second game, snapping Penn State’s 11-game unbeaten streak in a 5-1 victory.Head coach Steve Rohlik made some drastic changes to the starting lineup before the game, starting freshman goalie Tommy Nappier and removing Jobst from the first line. It was Nappier’s third career start and Big Ten debut.Ohio State capitalized on a turnover early in the first period when junior forward Freddy Gerard found Laczynski on the backdoor for the sophomore’s 11th goal of the season on the backdoor to give the Buckeyes a one-goal lead. After a long shift in the Buckeye zone, Penn State sophomore forward Nikita Pavlychev found the puck through a crowd and beat Nappier between the legs to tie the game at one.Later in the period, a major penalty was called on Sturtz for kneeing Ohio State senior defenseman Janik Moser, giving the Buckeyes a five-minute power-play. Moser did not return to the game. Sophomore forward Ronnie Hein made a backhand pass from his knees to set up Gerard on the far post to score Ohio State’s second goal of the game. Shots favored Ohio State 14-11, which helped the Buckeyes stake out to a 2-1 lead heading to the second period.The Buckeyes started the second period right where they left off the first, with a power-play goal. Junior forward Dakota Joshua tipped in a shot from sophomore defenseman Gordi Meyer to give Ohio State its second power-play goal and a 3-1 lead. Shortly after, Penn State senior forward James Robinson had a breakaway chance as he burst out behind the Ohio State defense, was hooked and awarded a penalty shot. Nappier made the save on the Penn State captain to keep the two-goal lead entering the third period.The third period was all Buckeyes, who added two goals late in the period to seal the victory.Gerard and Laczynski both finished with three points in the win. Nappier was solid, making 30 saves on 31 shots, while Jones made 33 saves on 37 shots in the losing effort.The Buckeyes will have next week off before hosting arch-rival Michigan for a two-game weekend series, which begins at 7 p.m. Jan. 26. Both games will be held at the Schottenstein Center.
Bateman Engineering has made two appointments to its senior executive team: Tom Fraser as Chief Business Development Officer, and Mike Benfield as Chief Financial Officer. Fraser will be responsible for leading and co-ordinating the strategic business development initiatives throughout the Bateman Engineering Group. He joins Bateman Engineering from the international engineering and contracting group, Murray & Roberts, where he was Group Brand Executive and played a major role in the branding process as a critical component of rebuilding Murray & Roberts (including some 30 operating companies internationally) to the high performing company it is today.Benfield joined Bateman Engineering in 2008 as Chief Financial Officer of the Group’s Mineral Recovery division. He previously held positions that included Chief Financial Officer of Norse Air, where he facilitated its listing on AIM, and Finance Executive for Ster Kinekor, where he was involved in developing and implementing strategies around new business initiatives.Bateman Engineering’s Executive Chairman, John Ferreira: “These appointments considerably strengthen our executive and business development teams. Tom’s demonstrated marketing and brand management acumen positions us well to take full advantage of the upswing in our market which is already showing signs of revival. Mike brings to his new role a strong financial background combined with an in-depth knowledge of the company.”
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Properties owned by Greek Australian organisations worth several hundreds of millions of dollars remain idle and at risk of being lost to the community if we do not change course, warn prominent community leaders. Many of the hundreds of community organisations that were created to serve the needs of the first generation of Greek Australians managed to acquire and own their own property.According to figures provided to Neos Kosmos by Professor Anastasios Tamis, there are close to 700 Greek organisations registered in Victoria alone and 125 of them represent the Macedonia region.Mr Tamis claims that almost 70 per cent of the organisations have their own property or properties.It is claimed their total worth exceeds 500 million dollars. For example, last week the home of the Rhodian Brotherhood in Fairfield was sold for 1,950,000 dollars.Today, however, most of these organisations can no longer meet the needs of second and third generation Greek Australians.Often they cannot even form committees. And their properties are completely or to a large extent not fully utilised. So as a community, warn community leaders, we ought to change course and set new priorities. They say we should commence an honest debate about how we can plan effectively for the future so we can fully utilise these significant assets to serve the needs of present and upcoming generations of our community.Otherwise, we risk losing them permanently, since their constitutions (which are all almost identical) provide that if an organisation ceases to exist (and many are close to that stage) their property goes to an Australian institution.Mr Tamis has written an article for the Greek edition of Neos Kosmos, which will be published next Thursday. In his article, Professor Tamis says that most organisations have reached their expiry date, and calls for new institutions under the auspices of the Greek Community of Melbourne and Victoria (GOCMV).He calls the various community organisations to support the GOCMV to help pay for its new Greek Centre for Contemporary Culture. He also pushes for the development of an idle site the Community holds in Bulleen and hopes to see a Greek childcare centre, a Greek prep centre be built on the land.With the recent passing of Gough Whitlam, his adage of “it’s time” is one which is now, more than ever, applicable to the Greek diaspora in Australia, according to the president of the Greek Community of Melbourne and Victoria, Bill Papastergiadis.He says individually, Greeks have contributed in many ways to the fabric of Australian life. Commerce, the arts, science, sport, industry and academia have been the better for the input of Greek Australians. There were spectacular achievements made in just one generation since the mass migration in the 1950s and ’60s.Organisationally, Greeks maintained their sense of identity and family through the formation of clubs with regional relationships to the first generation’s place of birth. Over 150 such organisations have been set up in Melbourne alone. They played a critical role in many of the first generation’s lives. These organisations also acted as a springboard for the development of initiatives to assist others, whether it was personal or from a broader community perspective. Many of these organisations helped forge and influence government policies e.g. on education, welfare and even as far as foreign policy.Mr Papastergiadis stressed to Neos Kosmos it is time to move forward:“It is fair to say now that ‘it’s time’. Many of the reasons that formed the basis of these organisations being set up have passed with the passing of many of the founders of these clubs,” said Mr Papastergiadis, and in his statement to Neos Kosmos he pointed out the following:“The next generation of Greek Australians define themselves in a more complex way and perceive their identity through many different sources. Regionalism by way of a relationship to a certain part of Greece is not as strong a motivator in developing friendships and relationships.“However, the sense of identity and how it is defined has not been lost on the second and third generations. We are now seeing renewed interest and enthusiasm in broader Hellenic initiatives.“I often say ‘it is now cool to be Greek’. This resurgence needs to be nurtured. The Greek Community of Melbourne, and many other organisations such as HACCI, the Hellenic Museum, Neos Kosmos, have reflected on developing programs that will embrace and enthuse the next generations.“All of these programs, including the new 15-storey Cultural Centre, require an investment. They require collaboration and they require a ‘new way forward’.“We are now saying that we need ‘a new way forward’. We have organised a meeting with all of the community groups to talk to them about a new way forward, one where we can share the journey and listen to the first generation’s interests. At the same time, this collaboration will enable us to invest in critical programs that are needed on language and culture. The many Greek clubs can play a role in this and we want them to be part of the next wave of Hellenism.“Now is the time to invest in language, in culture. Time is of the essence,” concluded Mr Papastergiadis.
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The late Chuck Brown.The Howard Theatre, 620 T Street N.W., will host a concert on May 14 at 8 p. m. to honor the late Chuck Brown. The Chuck Brown Band, Sugar Bear, EU, and Junk Yard Band will perform to celebrate Brown four years after his death. The event is open to all ages. Ticket prices start at $25. For more information, visit thehowardtheatre.com/show/2016/05/14/4ever-chuck-feat-chuck-brown-band-friends-tba.
During the 2019 Prime Day Concert, Amazon will promote “Carnival Row,” the upcoming Amazon original fantasy drama series starring Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne, slated to premiere Aug. 30. It also will present new clips from “Modern Love,” an upcoming romantic series based on the popular New York Times column of the same name, as well as clips of “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” and “Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan” ahead of their new seasons, and exclusive clips and teasers of upcoming Prime Video releases including superhero drama “The Boys,” animated series “Undone” from the creators of “BoJack Horseman,” and forthcoming stand-up comedy specials. ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15 Popular on Variety Tonight, Taylor Swift will headline Amazon’s second Prime Day live-streaming concert, held at an undisclosed venue in New York to promote the e-commerce giant’s annual shopping-deals extravaganza and its Amazon Music subscription service. The two-hour special will also feature live performances by Dua Lipa, SZA, and Becky G. The “Prime Day Concert” will be hosted by comedian-actress Jane Lynch.While the concert is invite-only, Amazon Prime’s 100 million worldwide members can stream it live on Prime Video on Wednesday, July 10, at 9 p.m. ET. The concert, presented by Amazon Music, also will be available to Prime members to stream on-demand after the live show for a limited time with select songs from each performance.Last year, Ariana Grande headlined the company’s live-streamed Amazon Music Unboxing Prime Day concert in New York, which was accessible for free to anyone, with a lineup of artists that included Kelsea Ballerini, Alessia Cara and Julia Michaels.
In an industry where catfights are considered common, actress Shraddha Kapoor has come forward to support her ‘childhood friend’ and actress Zoa Morani for her forthcoming film ‘Bhaag Johnn’.“My childhood friend’s film releases this Friday! All the best for #BhaagJohnny @zoamorani! #25thSept,’ Shraddha tweeted on Wednesday.
Guides by Lonely Planet for Android by Martin Brinkmann on August 22, 2017 in Google Android – 6 commentsGuides by Lonely Planet is a free application for Google Android that provides you with free city guides curated by Lonely Planet.It takes at least some preparation to visit a different city in your own country or another country. This ranges from figuring out how to get there and where to stay, but also what you may want to see and do once you are there.Traditional travel guides are more and more replaced by online solutions, and one of the solutions is Guides by Lonely Planet for Android.Guides by Lonely Planet for AndroidThe free application lists all available cities in its interface on launch. The list is quite large and features popular destinations such as Moscow, Amsterdam, Barcelona, and New York.A search is provided to find cities quickly, and you may also filter by region to reduce the number of items in the listing.You may add as many cities as you like, and get among other things offline access to maps for that city.The city hub starts with a map at the top that lists major points of interest that editors added to the map. You can filter this by “see”, “eat”, “sleep” and “shop”, “drink” or “play”, or use the built-in search to find places, themes or categories.If you are interested in flea markets for instance, you may use the search to find all of those markets easily without having to go through the “all” or “shop” listings.You can zoom in and out of the map, and tap on any of the dots displayed to check it out in detail. The name of the place and its type is displayed when you do so, and you may click on the link that is provided to open a page full of information on that particular place.Information usually includes a description, location and contact information, how to get there by public transport, entrance fee information, and places of interest that are nearby.When you switch from the “all” listing to another listing, you get more places that fit the selected category. The “see” category is special as you get photos of the places, whereas you only get text listings if you pick one of the other categories.The “all” category usually offers a curated collection that lists must see places on top of that.A tap on the menu icon display links to the “need to know” and “my favorites” section of the city you have selected. There is also a “phrasebook” link for select languages.You may add places to your favorites, and list all of your favorites using the “my favorites” listing.The “need to know” section is quite useful. It gives you an overview of the city, provides information on transport, and makes suggestions based on your budget.Transport offers information on how to get to the city from the airport or main station, using public transport, as well as car and taxi. A public transit map is provided for each city as well which may come in handy.Phrasebook finally is offered for places in Spain, France, China or Japan. It lists top phrases, and phrases based on certain conversation topics such as eating & drinking, shopping or sightseeing. Only the basic phrases are freely available. You can unlock all 19 supported languages for a one-time purchase price of €5.99.Closing WordsGuides by Lonely Planet is an excellent application for Android. You may add as many cities as you like and gain offline access to important information right away. The map lacks a bit in my opinion; favorites are not highlighted on it, and you don’t get comfortable options such as getting directions or additional details when you tap on a point of interest.All in all though it is well produced, and the additional information you get is well worth the download.Now You: Do you use travel apps?Summary12345 Author Rating5 based on 1 votes Software Name Guides by Lonely PlanetOperating System AndroidSoftware Category AppsLanding Page https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lonelyplanet.guides&hl=en Advertisement
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