GAINESVILLE, FL – NOVEMBER 25: Ermon Lane #7 of the Florida State Seminoles hauls in a 39-yard reception during the second half of the game against the Florida Gators at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium on November 25, 2017 in Gainesville, Florida. (Photo by Rob Foldy/Getty Images)Florida and Florida State used to be one of the biggest games of Rivalry Week, but the series doesn’t have the same luster it had two decades ago.Still, there’s a lot at stake in today’s game. Florida is 8-3, and a win for the Gators could mean a better draw for a postseason bowl game.Florida State, meanwhile, is 5-6 after last week’s win over Boston College. The Seminoles need to win today to keep the nation’s longest bowl streak going.ESPN has updated its prediction for today’s matchup. The computer likes the Gators on the road.The FPI has Florida with a 76.8 percent chance of winning.Florida and Florida State will kick off at noon ET from Doak Campbell Stadium in Tallahassee.ABC will broadcast the game.
7 Tips for Planning the Perfect Last-Minute Summer Vacation I’ve been trying to stick to the “one bike focus” thing for Spring, but like Honda’s diverse line of bikes with automatic transmissions that we looked at last time, I’m having a hard time picking just one again, especially when it comes to Harley-Davidson’s recently expanded offerings around a single model: the Sportster.We’ve all lusted after a shining cruiser, and no one has had more experience cruising than Harley-Davidson, but one of their best-selling bikes is the speedy and sort of anti-cruiser Sportster, a slim, stripped-down, versatile and affordable bike that Harley has wisely refined and expanded upon as of late.Initially debuting way, way back in 1957, until recently the Sportster had been Harley’s lighter-weight, entry-level machine, a niche now occupied by the even lighter-weight Street 500 and 750cc machines. While the big-inch bikes have always held all the glory and have gotten ever larger in terms of size and displacement, the 883 and 1200cc Sportster models have soldiered on, sometimes in the shadows, but always there, winking, promising an experience involving less money, a bit less ego and a fair bit more velocity.Today, the Sportster isn’t just one bike, it’s become a platform unto itself. There are no less than seven Sportster variants to tempt you, from the simple 883cc SuperLow at the base of the pyramid to the newly returned 1200cc Roadster and SuperLow 1200T Tourer at the top. In between are classically-styled Iron 883, 1200 Custom, the Seventy-Two chopper-esque throwbacks, and the neo-retro Forty-Eight. Such largess, and the SuperLow starts at a super low price of just $8,500.Back in 2005, Harley slipped some vibration-quelling measures into the Sportster’s traditionally solid-mounted and vibe-happy engine, making the bikes much more tolerable for distance riding (and truthfully, just about any riding). They’ve been refining them ever since. The shake is still there at idle, but once underway, the Sportsters now merely thrum along with a perfectly muted vibe, reminding you it’s still an old-school air-cooled V-twin down there, but now no longer requiring new fillings or organ transplants after extended outings.While the Sportster may be regarded as a “beginner bike” by riders who have graduated to the big-inch models, don’t be fooled: if you’re looking for an easy way to get rolling on a bike that includes plenty of power, a bit quicker handling and a slim profile, this is the rig. Bigger is not always better, especially if you’re going to be rolling around a modern city.Riding around Portland late last year on the Forty-Eight series, I never had a moment where I thought “shucks, this is just too small and slow.” Rolling on the throttle to catch a group ahead, the lusty red Sportster I was on quickly powered past 90mph, with plenty left in the engine room if needed.Cruising through Portland’s tight downtown streets, the suspension soaked up the crumbling pavement and the wide bars made quick direction changes a snap. Comfort was spot-on despite the compact form factor of the Sportster. You couldn’t ask for a better city bike in this displacement class. It’s a classic combination of style and performance perfectly suited for an urban commute but still capable of a weekend getaway – even two-up. Remember, the big Sporty is a 1200cc twin, it’s not like you need to wring it out to achieve escape velocity; just surf that big wave of torque.Nits? The stock EPA/DOT/Nanny-compliant exhaust is far too quiet (a complaint that can be leveled at almost every bike made by any bike maker today) and depending on the model, cornering clearance can run out quickly – issues solvable with Harley’s infinite accessory catalog and even more infinite aftermarket.Despite all their modern refinement, glittery paint, hip new style variants, the current hot-rod Sportster – whichever version ticks your box – remains a near-perfect city bike.If you can stand all the attention that comes with owning and riding the marque, you’ll likely find it can get you to a happy place just as quickly as you dare.Photos by Riles and Nelson Photography 1. Harley-Davidson Sportster 2. Harley-Davidson Sportster 3. Harley-Davidson Sportster 4. Harley-Davidson Sportster 5. Harley-Davidson Sportster 6. Harley-Davidson Sportster Watch This Bugatti Chiron Shatter a World Speed Record at More Than 300 MPH The Barbershop Renaissance and Men’s Grooming Revolution, According to Fellow Barber’s Sam Buffa Editors’ Recommendations Indian Motorcycle’s 2020 Scout Lineup Pays Homage to Its 100-Year Legacy A Beginner’s Guide to Road Biking
Nova Scotians will have an opportunity to enhance their understanding of sustainable forest management through a working demonstration forest. The forest, in the Mooseland area at Otter Ponds, HRM, will promote the philosophy, science, and practice of uneven-aged forest management in the Acadian Forest. It was established by the province, Northern Pulp, and the Nova Scotia Woodlot Owners and Operators Association, with help from community and environmental groups. The operating agreement for the project was signed today, June 22. A new division under the woodlot owners and operators association, the Otter Ponds demonstration forest division, will manage the initiative. The division will include members from the Ecology Action Centre, the Eastern Shore Forest Watch Association, and the Mooseland and Area Community Association. “This is an excellent example of collaboration among government, the forest industry, environmental and community groups,” said John MacDonell, Minister of Natural Resources. “A healthy and sustainably managed forest is vital in creating good jobs, growing the economy, and to the quality of life of all Nova Scotians.” The demonstration site will be managed and operated as a working woodlot, producing timber for processing and maintaining a sustainable ecosystem. “Northern Pulp is very proud to be part of the Otter Ponds demonstration forest project,” said Mike McLarty, timberlands manager for Northern Pulp. “We have been managing our forests sustainably for over 40 years and believe education and research are an integral part of growing healthy forests in Nova Scotia. This collaborative effort is an opportunity for industry, government, and non-government organizations to work toward this common goal.” This project will test resource management options, and build on best practices. “The four diverse non-government organizations of the Otter Ponds demonstration forest division are ready to get this project underway,” said Wade Prest, director of the Nova Scotia Woodlot Owners and Operators Association, and secretary of the new division. “The Otter Ponds block is ideally suited for uneven-aged forestry and holds important water, wildlife, biodiversity, and social values that will be enhanced by our management approach. This challenging project offers a wide range of potential benefits for all Nova Scotians.” The working forest will also allow for field testing silviculture techniques and restoration practices. “The Ecology Action Centre applauds the government for allowing this demonstration of progressive forestry on Crown land,” said Jamie Simpson, forestry program co-ordinator with the Ecology Action Centre. “With time, the Otter Ponds forest will become an ‘open air’ classroom for anyone interested in learning and sharing ideas about forestry and ecology, on-the-ground and in the woods.” For more information, contact the Otter Ponds demonstration forest division at 902-772-2211.
Srinagar: One militant and an overground worker (OGW) of militants were killed in a shootout on Monday between the security forces and terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir’s Shopian district. Police sources said a patrol party of the Rashtriya Rifles was fired upon by militants in Chitragam village of Shopian district on Monday. “A patrol party of Rastriya Rifles was fired upon today by militants travelling in a vehicle in Chitragam village of Shopian district. The fire was returned resulting in a brief shootout in which one militant and an OGW were killed,” police said. Also Read – Pak activated 20 terror camps & 20 launch pads along LoC “The slain militant has been identified as Firdous Ahmad Bhat and the OGW as Sajad Ahmad Dar, both belonging to Kulgam district. “Group affiliation of the slain militant and the OGW is being ascertained,” police sources said. OGWs are overground workers of militant outfits who work as their eyes and ears. They keep watch on the movement of security forces, arrange hideouts for militants and also provide other logistic support to them. Mobile Internet services have been suspended in Kulgam district as a precautionary measure.
Mumbai: A major fire broke out at an under-construction warship of the Navy at Mazgaon Dockyard here on Friday evening in which one person was killed, an official said.”Under-construction warship ‘Visakhapatnam’ caught fire at 5.44 pm. The blaze erupted on the second deck of the ship,” chief of the city fire brigade P S Rahangdale had said earlier. “Fire is confined to second and third deck of the warship. Fire-fighting operation is underway along with Dockyard fire-fighters. Smoke has spread in the warship,” Rahangdale said. A defence official said one person, who was trapped inside, was dead. “Bajendra Kumar (23) was brought dead to the hospital,” the Chief Medical officer of state-run JJ hospital said. Agency report says the victim worked as a contract worker. According to a statement issued by the Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders, Kumar died due to asphyxiation and burn injuries. Vishakhapatnam is the lead ship of the Indian Navy’s Visakhapatnam-class stealth guided-missile destroyers. The ship was launched on 20 April 2015 and is expected to be commissioned in the Indian Navy in 2021. The destroyer class comprises four kinds of ships – Visakhapatnam, Mormugao, Imphal and Porbandar all of which are being built by Mazagon Dock Limited. nce commissioned, the Vishakhapatnam class ships will be the largest destroyers in the Indian Navy’s arsenal. With agency inputs
Guwahati: A total of 57 deaths and 234 cases of Japanese encephalitis (JE) have been reported till Monday in Assam, a National Health Mission (NHM) bulletin here on Monday.Eight more deaths and 44 fresh JE cases have been reported since Friday in the state where the transmission season is at its peak. Though the death figure of 57 was reported till Monday from January this year, the intensity of the disease increased since last month, official sources said. Of the 33 districts of the state, 32 are now affected by the disease, and only Kokrajhar is out of is influence, Health Minister Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma had said on Saturday. The situation in the state is under close watch and all preventive measures are being taken, he had said. The government has cancelled leaves of all doctors, nurses, para-medical staff and other health workers.
OTTAWA — Eight days after Chinese authorities imprisoned Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor, a senior Canadian foreign ministry official urged Canadian students to apply for a program to study in China.Sarah Taylor, the director-general of the north-Asia bureau at Global Affairs Canada, made the pitch for the 45-year-old Canada-China Scholarship Exchange Program during a Dec. 18 event at the Chinese Embassy in Ottawa.“My department is proud to support the CCSEP and is eager to see a broader representation of Canadians from across the country, at the university and college level,” Taylor said in prepared remarks released under Canada’s access-to-information law.The government continues to promote the lucrative exchange program, which has a final application deadline of next Friday, even though it has elevated its travel advisory to China with a warning that Canadians are at “risk of arbitrary enforcement of local laws.”David Mulroney, a former Canadian ambassador to China, said Taylor’s remarks might have been well-intended but Canada simply can’t continue to conduct business as usual with China.“It sends the message to the Chinese that, no matter what we say, we want the relationship to continue as if nothing had happened. I simply can’t see us holding such an event with any other country if they were holding two of our citizens hostage,” said Mulroney, who served as Canadian ambassador to China from 2009 and 2012.Adam Austen, a spokesman for Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland, said Canada continues to call for the release of Kovrig and Spavor after their arbitrary detentions, but the exchange program is good for relations.“These exchanges provide international academic experience to both Canadian and Chinese students and researchers — and foster co-operation between our two countries,” he said.Kovrig and Spavor were detained nine days after the RCMP arrested Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou in Vancouver on Dec. 1 at the request of the United States, which is seeking her extradition on fraud charges.Nine days later, China detained former diplomat Kovrig and entrepreneur Spavor on allegations that they were endangering the country’s national security. China denies the arrests are retaliation for Meng’s detention.Kovrig and Spavor have not been formally charged, have been denied access to a lawyer or family members, and are being granted only monthly access by Canadian diplomats. Meng has since been released on bail and is living in a Vancouver mansion.There was little mention of the diplomatic dust-up at the Dec. 18 event at the Chinese Embassy, which was attended by a several dozen people, including leading Canadian academics and business leaders, as well as past students in the program.“We are currently accepting applications from Canadians wishing to study, research or pursue language-training in China during the 2019-2020 academic year. I encourage you to share this opportunity with your respective networks so they can apply before the deadline on March 1, 2019,” Taylor said.Taylor said that strong “people-to-people connections have been the bedrock of our dynamic bilateral relationship” and that both countries view “education co-operation” as a strategic priority.“And that priority is easy to see. China is Canada’s most important source of international students with more than 140,000 Chinese students on campuses of Canadian institutions,” she said, adding that Chinese nationals account for more than one-quarter of Canada’s international student population.Canada’s continued engagement with China on the education exchange is indicative of its “national myopia” in relation to the People’s Republic, said Mulroney.“If any other country had detained Canadians in a similar manner, all government-sponsored exchanges would immediately be put on hold,” said Mulroney.“It’s not our fault that China has made it riskier for scholars to work there, nor should we be so eager to contribute to the fiction that it’s business as usual,” he added. “To get our future engagement of China right, we’re going to have to change things, and see the relationship in entirely new ways. That’s really hard to do, but it’s absolutely necessary.”Mike Blanchfield, The Canadian Press
Budget 2017: Liberals try to ease anxiety and get Canada ready for the future OTTAWA – The future is coming at you, fast, and the Liberal government says it knows you’re getting anxious — and potentially angry.Finance Minister Bill Morneau delivered a federal budget Wednesday that aims to get Canadians ready for a changing world and potentially shield the Liberals from the forces that brought U.S. President Donald Trump to power.“Everyday folks who work hard to provide for their families are worried about the future,” Morneau said in his speech to the House of Commons as he tabled the 2017 federal budget, the second since the Liberals formed a majority government in 2015.“They’re worried that rapid technological change, the seemingly never-ending need for new skills and growing demands on our time will mean that their kids won’t have the same opportunities that they had. And who can blame them?”After setting up the doom and gloom, Morneau knocked it down: Canadians, he said, have always been able to adapt to changing circumstances.And the budget, with its lower-than-expected deficit projection of $25.5 billion for the coming fiscal year — it swells to $28.5 billion when a $3 billion contingency reserve is included — is designed to help them get there.The budget includes about $5.2 billion for skills development, to help Canadians adapt their education and employment training to a diversifying economy — one in which the natural resource sector offers no guarantees of jobs or sustained federal revenues.It aims to get out-of-work Canadians back to school or retrained without giving up their employment insurance benefits, includes a pilot project to explore making it easier for adults to access student loans and grants, and encourages young people to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math.But the Liberals aren’t just trying to help Canadians find jobs in the future. They’re also trying to bring that future about.The budget commits nearly $3 billion to support innovation over the next five years and promises to develop an innovation and skills plan that will target six sectors the Liberal government see as good bets for spurring economic growth and creating well-paying jobs: advanced manufacturing, clean technology, the agri-food sector, digital industries, clean resources and health and bio-sciences.As the Liberals work to ensure everyone can find a job in the new economy, they are also giving a boost to many who were left behind by the traditional one, such as women and Indigenous Peoples.The budget commits $7 billion over the next decade to help increase access to affordable child care, allow women to begin maternity leave earlier and support those caring for an ill or aging relative — all seen as ways to help increase the participation of women in the workforce.For the first time in Canadian history, the budget also includes a section on how many of its measures impact men and women in different ways, with a promise to do a deeper gender-based analysis for the 2018 budget.While relatively thin on net new spending, the budget’s new promises still come with a cost, especially since the federal government is still footing the bill for the gigantic, ongoing commitments from last year.Interim Conservative leader Rona Ambrose said the budget does little to ease the anxiety of those ordinary Canadians — oil rig workers, hairstylists, family farmers — unmoved by soaring Liberal rhetoric about innovation.“If you have what’s called a ‘super cluster venture capital accelerator,’ you’re in luck,” Ambrose sneered. “Those are the kinds of people that are going to get a break, not regular working people.”The New Democrats went after the plan to welcome more private investment in public infrastructure, which they argue will mean investors getting rich off the backs of Canadians through tolls and user fees.Canadians can expect a five-cent increase in EI premiums in fiscal 2018-19, up to $1.68 per $100 of insurable earnings, with some of that additional cost coming from the measures that will give more people access to benefits.The budget hits the pocketbooks of Canadians in other ways, as well. Gone is a public transit tax credit; tobacco and alcohol taxes are going up, and ride-sharing businesses, such as Uber, will be subject to the same sales taxes as traditional taxis.The deficit still remains nearly three times the $10-billion limit the Liberals promised in their campaign platform. And although it is shrinking more quickly than expected, there is still no official word on when it will be eliminated entirely.This budget also removes a pledge to reduce the ratio of federal debt to GDP over the course of their mandate, which, after busting past their promise to eliminate the deficit by 2019, was the only fiscal target they had left.— Follow @smithjoanna on Twitter by Joanna Smith, The Canadian Press Posted Mar 22, 2017 2:30 pm MDT Last Updated Mar 22, 2017 at 6:20 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Minister of Finance Bill Morneau speaks during a press conference at the media lock-up, before tabling the budget in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill, in Ottawa on Wednesday, March 22, 2017. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Justin Tang
THIRTEEN MEN ARRESTED over the alleged gang-rape of a woman in India for “dishonouring” her community appeared in court today as a village elder accused of ordering the punishment insisted he was innocent.As India’s chief justice ordered an inquiry into the incident which has further fuelled public anger over levels of sexual violence, the victim’s neighbours described her as a charming woman who planned to marry.Police and prosecutors said the 13 accused were produced before a court in West Bengal’s Birbhum district over allegations that the 20-year-old woman was repeatedly assaulted for being in a relationship with a Muslim man.“All 13 accused arrested on the charge of gang-rape were remanded to 13-day police custody to help police investigate the incident,” Phiroz Kumar Pal, assistant public prosecutor, told AFP.The defendants included the head of the tribal council in the village of Supalpur, 58-year-old Balai Mardi, who is alleged to have ordered the mass sexual assault after her parents were unable to pay a fine.But speaking from his cell, wearing a traditional loincloth known as a “lungi”, a furious and unshaven Mardi denounced the charges against him.“It’s conspiracy to falsely implicate me,” he told AFP.Wary residentsWhile the 13 were remanded in custody, all the other male residents appeared to have fled Subalpur, leaving nervous women and children who were reluctant to speak to visiting journalists.“She was charming and well-behaved,” Laxmi Murmu, 45, who lives next door to the girl’s hut, told AFP of the victim.“The boy promised to marry the girl soon. But the village council did not accept this as the boy was Muslim,” she added.An Indian Santhal tribal woman carrying a child speaks to the media in connection with the gang rape (Image: AP/PA).Police in the area, around five hours’ drive north of Kolkata, said that a mob had surrounded the victim’s house after her ordeal and attempted to intimidate her.“Members of the village council threatened her with dire consequences if she lodged a complaint with the police,” Kazi Mohammad Hossain, a senior officer at the district police station in Labphur, told AFP.“She was limping and bleeding when she came to the police station,” he explained.The victim, who spoke to journalists yesterday to confirm that she had been gang-raped, is in the local Suri Sadar hospital where superintendent Asit Kumar Biswas told AFP she was “recovering”.The gruesome new case has again highlighted India’s problems with sexual violence after the fatal gang-rape of a student in New Delhi in December 2012 sparked angry protests about the treatment of women.‘Taliban justice’Councils made up of village elders, usually known as “Khap Panchayats”, are common in rural parts of India, especially in the north, where they are often accused of dispensing “Taliban-style justice”.Their diktats are often unconstitutional and illegal, but they continue to hold sway with rules seen as regressive by women’s rights activists.Speaking in court today, India’s Chief Justice P. Sathasivam said he was “very disturbed” by the case and ordered the local district judge to visit the village and submit a report within a week.Relationships remain an extremely sensitive subject in rural areas, where pre-marital sex is taboo and marriages are usually arranged within the same community, caste or religious group.So-called “honour killings”, when a woman is murdered by her male relatives for failing to uphold tradition, continue despite government efforts and social campaigns to stamp out the practice.“We are living in constant fear because of the whimsical and irrational behaviour of the village council,” said 50-year-old Sukul Soren, a resident of the mud-hut village set amid palm trees and fields of rice and mustard.“We want a change in the system,” Soren added.(Image: AP/PA)About a dozen policemen stood outside the small bamboo structure with a thatched roof where Tuesday’s crime allegedly took place. Neighbours said the building was used by the village head as a kitchen.Inside, an AFP reporter saw a makeshift wooden bed, a mosquito net and kitchen utensils.Police say the elders initially fined the victim’s family 25,000 rupees (400 dollars) for her relationship, but they were too poor to pay.- © AFP 2014.Read: India to hold vigils to mark anniversary of gang-rape victim’s death>Read: Four men sentenced to death over gang rape and murder of Indian student>
Mick Wallace, who also spoke in this evening’s Dáil comments, said Shatter’s disclosure of the encounter was a “politically motivated and personal attack”He said the incident – at the Five Lamps in Dublin last year – had not even resulted in the exchange of any words with Gardaí.He accused Shatter of trying to misrepresent his concerns about the use of Garda discretion to remove points from licences, and accused Shatter of showing a “fundamental lack of respect” to the independent TDs who had tried to raise valid concerns about how the system was managed.He also said the internal Garda review into the penalty points system had underlined the fact that there was no paper trail to back up the reasons why a Garda was seeking to have the points removed.Wallace said he was confused as to why the internal Garda report had not disclosed the names of individuals whose points had been removed – while Shatter still thought it reasonable to release Wallace’s name.“He didn’t get a fixed charge notice terminated… he didn’t even get a fixed charge notice,” Wallace said, referring to himself.Clare Daly said the furore had conflated two issues – commenting that Wallace’s encounter with Gardaí never led to the issue of a fixed charge notice, while Wallace’s criticisms related specifically to cases where charges were issued and then cancelled. She said:One man’s discretion is another man’s favouritism.Daly also asked how an incident which was not recorded on the Garda PULSE system had ended up becoming the knowledge of the Garda Commissioner, and later the minister.She said she believed it was unlawful for Shatter to reveal details of Wallace’s incident, and said the information was in fact ‘misinformation’ because Shatter had not recounted the details correctly.Fianna Fail’s justice spokesman Niall Collins said Shatter had made it clear in 2010, when calling for Willie O’Dea’s resignation as Minister for Defence, that the use of privileged information against a political opponent was never acceptable.Sinn Fein’s Padraig Mac Lochlainn said the comments were particularly concerning given that Shatter held the cabinet positions for both justice and defence, meaning he was privy to more sensitive information that most ministers in Irish history.Full text: I made comments ‘to defend the integrity of An Garda Síochána’More: Should Alan Shatter resign over points furore? ‘No,’ insists the Taoiseach I have no doubt the Garda Commissioner was mindful too that Deputy Wallace might make public reference to the incident as part of the public controversy which was going on about Fixed Charge Notices and, in those circumstances, he had a duty to mention it to me.The minister said his disclosure was prompted by Wallace’s comments on the Prime Time show, where he said it was illegal for Gardaí to exercise discretion in the governance of the penalty points system – a claim Shatter described as a “gravely serious allegation” against the force.He added, however:If Deputy Wallace feels that I did him some personal wrong by mentioning it, then I have no problem in saying I am sorry. ALAN SHATTER has revealed that it was the Garda Commissioner, Martin Callinan, who informed him that Mick Wallace had benefited from Garda discretion in not facing penalty points for using a mobile phone when driving.The justice minister told the Dáil he had revealed the encounter to the public – on last Thursday night’s Prime Time, during a debate about the internal Garda investigation into penalty points being removed – in order “to defend the integrity of an Garda Síochána”.In a special Dáil debate on Shatter’s use of privileged information – instigated by the minister himself, after calls from opposition parties and some Labour TDs – Shatter said it was “absurd” to suggest that he would keep files on political opponents.He said that the Garda Commissioner had a legal requirement to inform the Minister for Justice of issues relating to public confidence in the Gardaí – and defended Callinan by saying he had “a duty” to inform Shatter about Wallace’s encounter. In a later question-and-answer session, he affirmed: “I have no information about any member of this house. I don’t seek information about members of this house.”He said he had no idea how the Garda Commissioner himself had become aware of Wallace’s incident, and said he also didn’t know how a journalist had gotten information about the exact location where Wallace’s incident was said to have taken place. Read: The full text of Alan Shatter’s speech to the Dáil >
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppTurks and Caicos, May 22, 2017 – Providenciales – Patient Service Assistants at TCI Hospital are receiving special courses from a leading local trainer in the hospitality sector on the knowledge, skills, and competencies required to strengthen customer service and increase patient satisfaction. The first session was held on Saturday, May 6th and additional sessions are underway. Popular hospitality sector figure, Blythe Clare was ideally selected due to her expansive track record in the fields of education and customer service training with public and private organizations. Healthcare delivery, similar to tourism, is a service-centered industry and patients expect to be treated with compassion and sensitivity during their most vulnerable moments. Customer service in a medical setting has a unique set of challenges. Some of these challenges were thrashed out during the course. PSA’s are an essential component to patient satisfaction and these frontline employees are often the first point of engagement for persons in need of healthcare services, and bear the responsibility of shaping first impressions. Patient satisfaction surveys continuously reveal that attitudes, manners and amenities encountered during patient experiences at medical facilities are equally important as treatment processes. Therefore, health care management teams at TCI Hospital are reemphasizing that health care, from the patient’s perspective, are as much consumer focused as other service industries and should be delivered with the same regard. Customer Service Training is also facilitated by the Education Department at TCI Hospital as part of mandatory training for all employees, year-round. Commenting on the special courses facilitated by Ms. Blythe Clare, Chief of Medical Services, Dr. Denise Braithwaite-Tennant said: “Effective customer service optimizes the patient experience and reduces their anxiety about the unknown. One of the simplest, least complicated, yet often overlooked aspects of delivering health care is practicing good customer service skills. How we communicate with our patients from the first point of contact and even after they have left the hospital is an important part of the continuum of care. Patient satisfaction survey results internationally support the importance of effective customer service in health care on patient engagement and satisfaction. TCI Hospital – InterHealth Canada (TCI) Ltd is committed to a great patient experience and to this end, we have begun to strategically supplement our existing customer service training program with support from recognized local leaders in training. It was during the TCI Care workshop where we were attendees, Ms. Blythe Clare offered us her training services and we were delighted for the opportunity for partnership. We are thankful for Ms. Clare for her comprehensive, energetic, interactive and contextual training that was well received by our Patient Services team.”Press Release: interHealthCanada#psareceivecustomerservicetraining Related Items:#psareceivecustomerservicetraining Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp
(WSVN) – Ever wanted a nice relaxing cocktail, but you didn’t feel like making one? Well soon, all you will have to do is press a button and your drink will be ready.Keurig has teamed up with Anheuser-Busch to release the Drinkworks machine.The machine uses liquid-filled pods to create dozens of drinks, ranging from an Old Fashioned to a lager.The machine runs for about $300, but each pod will cost about $4.To pre-order yours, click here.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Jihad. Prothom alo file PhotoThe Appellate Division of the Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to stay a High Court order to provide Tk 2 million as compensation to the family of Jihad, who died after falling into an abandoned deep tube-well in Shahjahanpur area of the city on 26 December 2014, reports UNB.Chamber judge Syed Mahmud Hossain sent the appeal of the Fire Service and Bangladesh Railway authorities to the regular bench of the Appellate Division fixing 5 February for the next hearing, said lawyer Md Abdul Halim.Attorney general Mahbubey Alam argued for Railway and Fire Service.Earlier on 9 October, the High Court released the full text of its verdict ordering to provide the compensation to the family of Jihad.As per the verdict, the HC asked the Railway and Fire Service to provide Tk 1 million each to the family of Jihad within 90 days of getting the full text of the verdict.On 18 February 2016, a HC bench comprising justice Farah Mahbub and justice Kazi M Ejarul Haque Akond asked the government to compensate Tk 2 million to the family members of four-year-old boy who met the tragic end of his life inside a 600-foot abandoned shaft of a water pump at Shahjahanpur Railway Colony.Halim filed a writ petition with the High Court on 28 December 2014 seeking its directives for providing Tk 3 million as compensation to Jihad’s family members.The body of Jihad was pulled out from the abandoned shaft 23 hours after he had slipped into it.
Who Are They?Fire Emblem, like fellow JRPG franchise Final Fantasy, frequently changes casts and settings, only featuring loose thematic ties between games. However, as the star of the first entry in the series Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light, Prince Marth is the de facto classic star of the series, arguably its most recognizable hero lord. His legendary status is even a plot point in later games. In Fire Emblem: Awakening, Lucina disguises herself as “Marth” before revealing her time-travel-powered true identity.Smash HistoryMarth has one of the more fascinating Smash Bros. histories. For starters, his elegant sword-based moveset made him one of the few secret character in Melee that were wholly original. But even more shocking, at the time Fire Emblem had never been released in America. Unless you were the most hardcore niche Nintendo fan, you had no idea who Marth even was! This created such fascination around the series that in 2003 Nintendo capitalized by finally releasing Fire Emblem in the West where it is a now a popular key franchise. Smash isn’t just a big game. It lifts up other games.What Looks New in Ultimate?People liked Marth not just because of his mystery but also because he’s consistently one of the best characters in the game. And he seems pretty similar in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. The key to success with Marth is spacing yourself away from your opponent properly as the tip of his Falchion sword does the most damage. As in Smash Wii U/3DS you can also use Echo Fighter Lucina whose parallel Falchion does the same damage no matter where you hit. New in Ultimate is a passable, optional English Marth vocal dub.Our Hopes?Marth was my main character back in the Melee days, before I fell victim to Ganondorf’s awful charms. And I used Lucina a lot in Smash Wii U/3DS. So if they end up being great still, and that seems to be the case, then I’ll definitely check them out in Smash Ultimate. My biggest hope is that no more Fire Emblem characters get introduced who basically have Marth’s moveset, as that describes the majority of them already in the game.Super Smash Bros. Ultimate releases Dec. 7 for Nintendo Switch. Until we can play more for ourselves, changes we talk about here are mostly speculation. For more thoughts check out our Smash hands-on as well as cool Switch games to play that aren’t Smash Bros., because those definitely exist.View as: One Page Slides1/761. Read Mario’s Guide2. Read Donkey Kong’s Guide3. Read Link’s Guide4. Read Samus’s Guide5. Read Dark Samus’s Guide6. Read Yoshi’s Guide7. Read Kirby’s Guide8. Read Fox’s Guide9. Read Pikachu’s Guide10. Read Luigi’s Guide11. Read Ness’s Guide12. Read Captain Falcon’s Guide13. Read Jigglypuff’s Guide14. Read Peach’s Guide15. Read Daisy’s Guide16. Read Bowser’s Guide17. 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Read Pac-Man’s Guide57. Read Robin’s Guide58. Read Shulk’s Guide59. Read Bowser Jr.’s Guide60. Read Duck Hunt’s Guide61. Read Ryu’s Guide62. Read Cloud’s Guide63. Read Corrin’s Guide64. Read Bayonetta’s Guide65. Read Inkling’s Guide66. Read Ridley’s Guide67. Read Simon’s Guide68. Read Richter’s Guide69. Read King K. Rool’s Guide70. Read Isabelle’s Guide71. Read Ken’s Guide72. Read Incineroar’s Guide73. Read Piranha Plant’s Guide74. Read Joker’s Guide75. Read Hero’s Guide76. Lucina Wakes Her Blade!Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is huge. Not just in terms of hype and importance and sales potential, but just in terms of sheer stuff. The Nintendo Switch mascot fighter features over a hundred stages, nearly a thousand songs, and too many Pokemon and items and Assist Trophies to think of crammed onto a cartridge you can plan on the go or on a TV. When you have as many big franchises as Nintendo, putting them all in one game will make that game is very big boy indeed.But the biggest, most exciting thing about Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is its mind-blowing, heartwarming roster of playable characters. Fighting games pride themselves not just on the strength of their mechanics but the strength of its fighters, especially in a crossover fighters like this. And Super Smash Bros. Ultimate crushes all rivals by including every single playable character from the across the four previous games in the twenty-year-old series. Include the new combatants and so far we have over 70 fighters to wrap our heads around. We’re excited, but we’re also intimidated. So to get ready for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, every day, character by character, we’re creating the ultimate guide to all of its characters. Today’s fighters: Marth and Lucina.AdChoices广告 ‘Astral Chain’ and Other Dumb Nintendo SongsThe Ultimate Super Smash Bros. 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Among the multifarious celebrations, all KVIC’s ‘Khadi India’ departmental sales outlets and non-departmental sales outlets shall deck up in the colour of Independence Day. Inside the sales outlet, one corner/shelf(s) shall be organized to reflect Independence Day related products like the National flag, pocket flag etc.The customers shall also have privilege to buy Independence Day series wherein tri-colour soap gift pack, Agarbatti pack and limited range of readymade garments depicting Independence Day essence shall be displayed for sale. Upto 70% discount on clearance sale of Khadi clothes shall be introduced on Independence Day in the flagship ‘Khadi India’ sales outlet at Regal Building, Connaught Place, New Delhi. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfA display board shall be affixed on the exterior wall of Khadi India sales outlet. There will also be prominent display and sale of Khadi National Flag. All the customers visiting ‘Khadi India’ sales outlet shall be welcomed with garland (Gundi) made of hand-spun Khadi yarn. Customers buying Khadi and V I products on the Independence Day shall be given complimentary tri-colour gift items. Tri-colour ‘Khadi Rakhi’ in the Departmental Sales Outlets will also be launched on that day. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveIn addition to this all the offices of KVIC shall celebrate its entrance in tri-colour with Independence Day wishes/ slogans. The employees of KVIC will be wearing Khadi cloths and shall also display the stickers with the message “I Love Khadi” in English and “Mein Khadi Premi Hoon” in Hindi.The Khadi Institutions will be requested to celebrate Independence Day on August 15 with decoration on the main entrance. They will also be requested to honour their old spinners and weavers on the Independence day with tri-colour clothes or gifts.
December 14, 2009 2 min read As newspapers decline and TV audiences erode, more advertisers are turning to mobile phones as a marketing medium. According to Nielsen, there are now 63 million mobile web users in the U.S. alone, and media investment management firm Group M forecasts that global mobile advertising will climb 19 percent, to $3.3 billion, in 2010.While big companies continue to dominate advertising on the mobile channel, more small businesses are now seizing the opportunity. Shooger, a startup based in Coral Gables, Fla., hopes to help them do it.Shooger, which connects local businesses with customers in real time via the mobile web, text messaging or iPhone application, contends that its platform can help businesses of any size and budget exploit the mobile platform. “We can help anybody looking to sell goods or services who wants to bring some kind of value to the consumer,” says Shooger co-founder and chief marketing officer Matt Myers.Shooger’s service is free to consumers, who opt in to receive discounts and special offers. Advertisers are given a user account to create and track promotions online as well as a personalized SMS short code to share with their customers. There’s no setup fee for advertisers, but they pay Shooger 50 cents per month for each customer who responds to an offer. Advertisers can establish monthly caps to make sure they don’t exceed their intended spending limits.”Consumers are in control–they have to raise their hands to ask for deals,” Myers says. “Businesses don’t have to think differently from the way they do today. If they have a coupon they already send out, they can incorporate it into Shooger and provide customers even more choices.”Paran Johar, chief marketing officer of mobile advertising solutions provider Jumptap, says mobile advertising is particularly well matched to small-business verticals such as financing and debt-consolida- tion firms, and quick-service restaurants.”The mobile advertising space is very similar to the PC side of things. Big brands are jumping in first, followed by the long tail,” Johar says. “But it’s happening at an accelerated rate in mobile. Most small and medium-size businesses have embraced PCs, and the mobile Internet is an extension of a medium they understand. As smartphones and iPhones continue to become available to the masses, mobile web access becomes like cable or Wi-Fi–everyone has it. Small businesses understand that opportunity.” This story appears in the January 2010 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe » Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global Register Now »
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Schafer, The Communist Partys mouthpiece did not specify who might have been holding that umbrella," helped run Chinas internal-security apparatus, (To learn how to stop being lazy, stat. Read more: New Harvard Research Reveals A Fun Way To Be More Successful 3) Help Your Storyteller So your overconfident storyteller isnt revising your story properly The hurt is still there So you need to help them get your new story right For four consecutive days sit down and write about whats bothering you for 20 minutes straight Your spelling can be atrocious Thats okay Nobody is going to read it Even you arent going to read it The magic is in the writing itself Delete it or rip it up when youre done Research by James Pennebaker shows this simple act can help you make sense of tragedy and set your mind at ease Heres Tim: What he suggests is if theres something troubling us some traumatic event that weve had trouble moving past to take out a piece of paper and just write about our deepest feelings about this event Typically for 20 minutes four nights in a row The reason it can be so beneficial is it forces us to view things from a different perspective In fact theres some research by others that suggests that one of the best ways to do this is to write in the third person as an outside observer would viewing our situation That encourages us to take an objective look at our situation and often to come up with a somewhat different interpretation of it that allows us to move on (For more on how to do the writing exercise that can help you feel better click here) Alright you arent believing your storytellers exaggeration of how bad things are and even if your psychological immune system doesnt kick in you know you can write about the problem to feel better But how about a longer term fix for the future If your conscious mind doesnt understand you very well and thats leading to bad decisions ("No skydiving lessons for me") how can you really get to know yourself better so you dont end up in more rough spots 4) Actions Speak Louder Than Words So why do other people often know us better than we know ourselves Because they just look at our actions But when youre thinking about you youre focused on that not-so-accurate inside information only you know about yourself The answer Look at yourself the way others do Just pay attention to your actions not the overconfident storytellers tales Heres Tim: How can we better understand ourselves One way is to take a step back and view ourselves like an outside observer to try to see what we actually do Its also important to try to see ourselves through the eyes of others Or if youve got brutally honest friends ask them what youre like That can be another great source of insight (To learn the four rituals neuroscience says will make you happy click here) I need to put a warning label on the above: the truth can hurt Like we talked about rose-colored glasses can be a good thing You will find out the inaccuracies in your personal story that are leading you to make bad decisions. If you look at the same tree every day, Because the T cells are agents of destruction, protection and public safety. a Bismarck native and architectural historian with MetCalf, she can grunt loud enough.
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