Port of Spain: After a washed out ODI in Guyana, both India and West Indies were looking to have a productive training session at the Queen’s Park Oval, the venue of the second match of the three-game rubber to be played on Sunday. However, rain gods had other plans on Saturday as they didn’t allow the teams to get a glimpse of the conditions which would be on offer for the second ODI. The Men in Blue were forced to train indoors with many even using the hotel corridor for practise. Also Read – Puducherry on top after 8-wkt win over Chandigarh Wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant posted a video on his Instagram account where he along with Kuldeep Yadav can be seen playing cricket in the hotel corridor ahead of second ODI. Kuldeep is seen bowling his left-arm spin in the hotel corridor and Pant, with his gloves on, keeps the turning ball. Pant shared this video saying, “Where? When? What? Who? …No sorry …I only know the “Why”. Earlier, the Board of Control for Cricket in India also posted a photo of Rohit Sharma under an umbrella with a bat in his hand. “Just been that kind of a day. The Hitman finding some space for fun as he rushed indoors for practice in Trinidad,” read the caption of the photo. Having already won the T20I series, India will look to continue their dominance in the remaining two ODIs against the Jason Holder-led side.
Kolkata: ‘Didi Ke Bolo’ helpline number launched by Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee once again turned rescuer for those who were trapped in Kerala floods.Bapan Das, a resident of Katwa in East Burdwan, was stuck in a house along with 14 others in the floods at Kizhur in Kerala. Das called up the toll free number and shared his ordeal. The caller informed that he was trapped in Kizhur along with others. He said there was no electricity or transportation. The caller requested for immediate assistance and food supplies. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaHe also mentioned that all the means of transport were suspended due to heavy rains. The matter was immediately raised with the disaster management officials of the state government, who contacted their counterparts in the Kerala government. During the call, all the relevant information was collected and it were passed to the disaster management department along with the phone number and location of the victim. Prodded by the Bengal government, the rescue team in Kerala started searching operation. Due to heavy rainfall and bad weather they found it difficult to trace their location. Also Read – Bengal civic volunteer dies in road mishap on national highwayAfter a prolonged search operation, the rescue team finally spotted the location. Disaster management department in Kerala confirmed that the victims have been rescued and are safe in a hotel in Karwar. They have been given food and water. The victim will soon be brought back to the city after the situation improves. In a similar incident, some residents who were trapped in the Karnataka flood were rescued by the Karnataka government after they contacted Didi Ke Bolo toll-free number. The helpline number got a call from a person in South 24- Parganas, who claimed that some members of his family were stuck in their residence at Kaida township, near Karwa city due to floods. The caller mentioned that his sister and brother-in- law were in Karnataka and were hit by the floods. State government took up the matter with Karnataka government and informed the whereabouts of the family, as per description provided by the caller. The victims were finally rescued.
NEW GLASGOW, N.S. – Police appealed for the public’s help Monday in finding a man accused of assaulting and kidnapping a woman in a New Glasgow, N.S., parking lot.The woman was in her Dodge Durango outside a Giant Tiger store at about 8:45 p.m. Saturday when a man assaulted her and then abducted her in a vehicle with New Brunswick plates, New Glasgow Regional Police said.Const. Ken Macdonald said the woman did not know the man, described as white, clean shaven, in his mid-30s to mid-40s and wearing a baseball cap.“It is a small community and something of this magnitude is very concerning for the general public, but the investigation is proceeding and hopefully we’ll get some answers very quickly,” he said.“We’re hoping that someone out there has some information that can assist us. That is very crucial to the investigation.”Police say the man drove to another location in the Blue Mountain neighbourhood in Pictou County and then fled in a four-door sedan that was parked there. Macdonald said the RCMP is also investigating an assault at the second location, which is in the national force’s jurisdiction, linked to the incident.He wasn’t able to say whether there was surveillance video that may have captured the alleged attack.The woman was taken to the Aberdeen hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries, but Macdonald did not have any information on her condition or the nature of her injuries.RCMP Cpl. Jennifer Clarke said the woman was thought to be in good condition and was in her vehicle when the alleged assault occurred.Police were asking anyone with information about the incident to contact them or Crime Stoppers.
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One notice is on Ranil Wickremesinghe being removed as Prime Minister and the other on the appointment of Mahinda Rajapaska as the new Prime Minister. (Colombo Gazette) An Extraordinary Gazette notice has been published making Mahinda Rajapaksa the new Prime Minister of Sri Lanka.The Government printer said that two Extraordinary Gazette notices were published last night.
The 2018 Asia-Pacific Trade and Investment Report, issued by the UN’s development arm in the region, ESCAP, suggests that an escalating “tariff war” and resulting drop in confidence next year, could cut nearly $400 billion from the global gross domestic product, drive regional GDP down by $117 billion.“As production shifts take place and resources are reallocated across sectors and borders due to the trade conflicts, tens of millions of workers may see their jobs displaced and be forced to seek new employment,” said Mia Mikic, the head of Trade, Investment and Innovation Division at ESCAP.That said, the report also noted trade tensions have already had had a major impact, resulting in disruptions to existing supply chains and dampening investment. Trade growth slowed after the first half of 2018, and foreign direct investment (FDI) flows to the region are also expected to continue on a downward trend next year, following a 4 per cent drop overall this year.In such a scenario, regional investment will be key to creating new economic opportunities, says Ms. Mikic, adding that “complementary policies” such as labour, education and retraining, and social protection measures must be placed high on the policymaking agenda.This is also critical for ensuring progress on implementing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), she said.ESCAP has also called on countries to take full advantage of all existing initiatives to strengthen regional cooperation, including a new UN treaty on digitalizing trade procedures and enabling cross-border paperless trade in the zone.‘Trade war’ has no winnersThe report has also underscored that neither China nor the US can win a “trade war”, explaining that “both will see significant economic losses from continuing conflict.”It also finds that implementation of mega-regional trade agreements such as the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership, among the Association of South-East Asian Nations (ASEAN) and its six partners – Australia, China, India, Japan, New Zealand and the Republic of Korea – could offset much of the economic losses from trade tensions.The 2018 report estimates that implementation of such agreements could boost exports by 1.3 to 2.9 per cent and add 3.5 to 12.5 million jobs in the Asia-Pacific.ESCAP, or the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific is largest among UN regional commissions. Its 53 member States and 9 associate members span a geographic area from the Pacific island of Tuvalu in the east to Turkey in the west, and Russia in the north to New Zealand in the south. The region is home to nearly two-thirds of the world’s population.In addition to countries in the Asia-Pacific region, ESCAP’s membership also includes France, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and the US.
The Duke of Sussex will make a “significant and poignant” journey to Angola to pay homage to the anti-landmine work of his mother Diana, Princess of Wales during a major tour of Africa, Buckingham Palace said.Harry will also pay tribute to a British soldier killed by an elephant during anti-poaching operations in Malawi when he visits the country to highlight efforts to protect endangered animals.The Sussexes will be taking son Archie on his first official overseas trip and although he has not been included in their schedule, it is understood the couple hope to publicly introduce him to Africa at some point.At a Buckingham Palace press briefing about the tour, Sam Cohen, the duke’s private secretary, said: “In a particularly significant and poignant journey, the Duke of Sussex will have the opportunity to return to Angola to see first-hand the legacy of his mother the late Diana, Princess of Wales, whose visit to Huambo in 1997 helped raise awareness of the threat posed by landmines to communities and livelihoods.”The work of the late princess, and commitment to this issue, changed global opinion.”Now, more than two decades later, humanitarian de-mining work continues and the Angolan government has made a significant financial commitment to clearing landmines from another large area important for conservation of Angola’s unique ecosystem.” Diana, Princess of Wales, walks with body armour and a visor on the minefields during a visit to Angola on January 30, 1997Credit:Anwar Hussein/WireImage Diana famously walked through a cleared minefield in Angola in 1997 to highlight the plight of those maimed by military munitions. The princess never saw her work to help outlaw landmines come to fruition as she died before the international treaty to ban the military weapons was signed later that year, a few months after she was killed in a Paris car crash.The duke and duchess will visit Africa from September 23 to October 2, and while Meghan and Archie spend the duration in South Africa, Harry will leave his family to tour Angola, Malawi and Botswana before being reunited with them in Johannesburg.
There is growing interest surrounding the Raspberry Pi Foundation and their promise of a PC that will cost just $25. We’ve seen how the OLPC has struggled to deliver a $100 laptop for developing countries, and yet Raspberry Pi is confident in delivering the $25 PC by November this year.Although we know a bit about the PC, there’s still a lot of information missing, but further details are starting to appear as Raspberry Pi develops the machine further and talks to more people about it. Eben Upton, director of the foundation, recently gave a talk at Bletchley Park regarding Educating Programmers, which focused on the thinking behind the $25 PC. You can watch it below.During the talk Eben explains that the $25 price point was decided upon because it is the cost of a textbook so it made sense. Students buy textbooks, so a PC priced the same is a natural fit and hopefully an easy purchase for them, their parents, or their school.As to why a $25 PC is needed, it simply comes down to the need to develop programming skills while still young, a skill that seems to have disappeared in recent years. Eben explains this as due to the typical hacking and experiment platforms such as the Commodore 64 and Sinclair ZX81 all disappearing and being replaced with the closed game consoles. Even the PC has become closed as families typically share it and kids aren’t encouraged to experiment for fear of breaking it.Other interesting gems of information that come to light during his talk include Raspberry Pi’s original wider scope of not only providing a cheap PC, but the curriculum that surrounds it. That has now been rethought with the learning part left to teachers and the community while they focus on the hardware.The foundation has also realized that the $35 PC with more RAM and a network port is going to be the most popular device by a significant margin. Something we didn’t realize is that Raspberry Pi not only intend to make this PC work through a HDMI and DVI connection, they also want it plugged into old analog TVs just like kids managed with in the 80s. It also means you don’t need an up-to-date display in order to start playing with this device.Although the $25 PC will be available in November, the foundation doesn’t expect to give out test units until October because there are still a number of kinks to work out. Also, don’t expect these PCs to look like the original USB-stick layout we saw a few months ago. The connectors simply don’t fit on a board that small, so instead expect a thick credit card-sized device or even a plug form. Any thoughts of it shipping with Ubuntu should also be scaled back with Eben mentioning vanilla Debian and LXDE as the current favorite, and memory optimizations being implemented specifically for the 128MB version to get that working well.We can also rest assured Raspberry Pi already has a hit on its hands. Eben says he’s received emails from people around the world and working in developing countries asking how to place bulk orders. Already thinking ahead, Raspberry Pi believes there’s a market for resellers willing to pick up the shipping costs on containers full of $25 PCs. There is no hardware discount for bulk orders as the price we pay is the price of manufacturing the device.As they are so small and cheap to make, we doubt there’s going to be a shortage of them available. Maybe there will be at launch due to sheer demand, but come 2012 they could be everywhere and changing the landscape for young kids and hobbyists learning to code. $25 PCs may produce the the next generation of computer geeks.Read more at Raspberry Pi
Eight thousand years of Greek civilisation are now on display at Melbourne’s Hellenic Museum, as on Wednesday Victorian Premier Denis Napthine officially opened the exhibition ‘Gods, Myths and Mortals: Greek Treasures Across The Millennia’, on loan from Athens’ Benaki Museum.In the presence of Ms Irini Geroulanou, deputy director of the Benaki Museum, and former Greece Minister for Culture and Tourism, Mr Pavlos Yeroulanos – great-grandchildren of the famous Benaki Museum’s founder, Antonis Benakis – a priceless Greek collection that will call Melbourne home for a decade opened its doors to the audience, with artefacts such as a more than 2,000 year old luminous golden wreath and a famous gold kylix as its crowning treasures.The chair of the Hellenic Museum, Harry Stamoulis, acknowledged the support of the Benaki Museum, Greek state, Victorian government and all those involved in bringing the priceless collection to the Hellenic Museum, enabling his late father’s dream – to have a showcase of Greek culture in Melbourne, through the Hellenic Museum – come true.The Hellenic Museum was founded in 2007 by Melbourne businessman Spiros Stamoulis and is housed in one of the city’s most elegant colonial buildings, the Royal Mint.Addressing the large audience at the crowded Hellenic Museum, Premier Denis Napthine congratulated the organisation of the collaborative exhibition and stressed the point that Melbourne is the capital city of Hellenism in Australia and perhaps in the wider Greek diaspora.“The theme of the exhibition is a journey, and that journey is a Greek history,” Premier Napthine said. Deputy director of the Benaki Museum Ms Irini Geroulanou introduced the nature of the collaboration with the Hellenic Museum, and thanked the teams of both the Hellenic and Benaki Museum, its curators and conservators.“This collaboration means a lot to us, as Benaki Museum is fond of organising exhibitions and sending exhibitions all over the world. There are a lot of Greeks here in Melbourne, and with this collection we are giving them the opportunity to learn all these charming stories that are in Greek civilisation,” Ms Geroulanou said.Made up of 200 pieces on loan from the Benaki Museum, the collection is a snapshot of the main collection of the Benaki Museum.“The exhibition we brought to Melbourne is a small Benaki, it’s like a snapshot of Benaki Museum, that tells a charming story of Greek civilisation and shows its continuity and its relation with other civilisations.” Close to 15 items of the Benaki Museum permanent collection, that hardly ever leave the museum’s glass boxes, were sent to Melbourne to feature at the Hellenic Museum exhibition for the next ten years.“We thought that we shouldn’t keep everything for ourselves. So we didn’t send ‘spare parts’, we sent very good pieces.“There were people crying when the objects were leaving for 10 years. It was very emotional,” Ms Geroulanou said.Featuring treasures that bring 8,000 years of Greek civilisation to Melbourne’s doorstep, the collection includes pieces from each major period of Greek history, from the Pre-Historic era through to the formation of the modern Greek State: from neolithic pottery to Minoan figurines; from Byzantine icons to post-Byzantine secular art and costumes; and Neo-Hellenic art and weaponry, including ornate swords and pistols belonging to Greek revolutionary heroes Kolokotronis and Mavromichali.Hellenic Museum CEO John Tatoulis said the exhibition is a journey through time, which provides a holistic experience of Greek art and Greek treasures across millennia. The fact that Benaki Museum is the only one of its kind in Greece, spanning thousands of years of Greek history regardless of theme or era, was a determining factor to initiate the collaboration with Benaki, he said.Apart from the main collection, as part of the collaboration with the Benaki Museum in the years to come, the Hellenic Museum will also host smaller exhibitions, featuring Benaki’s Chinese, Islamic, Coptic and other collections.Addressing the audience at the official launch of the opening of the exhibition, former Greek minister for culture and tourism, Pavlos Yeroulanos, said that the legacy of Greek people is their commitment to build on the values their ancestors gave to the world.“Our legacy is not our DNA. Our legacy is our commitment to preserve and to create, to build on the values that our ancestors gave to the world: all the values that we Greeks believe in today and through history; feeling proud of our contribution no matter how big or how small. No culture might ever reach what our ancestors gave to the world. But we have created everything in between that links us to them.“We are proud of our culture not as fragmented accounts of moments of brilliance but as a brilliant continuum of creativity and influence. That is what Benakis believed in. And that is what his museum is all about”. Benaki Museum was founded in 1930 by a Greek of the diaspora, Alexandrian Antonis Benakis. A visionary, Antonis Benakis started collecting Islamic art while still in Egypt. Upon his return to Greece in 1925-30 he started collecting Greek art. Proud of her family and the legacy of her great-grandfather Antonis Benakis, Ms Geroulanou told Neos Kosmos it wasn’t the family connection that brought her to Benaki Museum.“I never met Antonis Benakis which means that I was never influenced by his character and his passion. On the contrary, I heard stories that he wasn’t the best of fathers, nor the best of grandfathers – as is normally the case with people so passionate about other things that they don’t have time for their family,” Ms Geroulanou says with a laugh.“I actually fell in love with the Benaki Museum through its director, Professor Angelos Delivorias. Although my family was a bit sceptical, Professor Delivorias trusted me and since the age of 24 I have been involved with the museum.”To this day, the Benaki Museum remains one of the Greek museums that receives the most donations from the public. Museums from around the world approach Benaki Museum on a daily basis, and single items from its collections are sent to exhibitions abroad.The ten-year collaboration with the Hellenic Museum is a precedent for both museums. The exhibition ‘Gods, Myths & Mortals: Greek Treasures Across The Millennia’ is on display at the Hellenic Museum, 280 William Street, Melbourne, Tuesday to Sunday, 10.00 am to 4.00 pm. For more information, visit www.hellenic.org.au*A previous version of this article stated that Antonis Benakis was believed to be one of the first Greeks to go to Oxford. This was quoted by Pavlos Yeroulanos during an ABC Radio interview with John Faine but could not be verified. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
KUSI Newsroom, 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – San Diego County’s Annual Blood Drive kicked-offed at the County Administration building this morning.The blood drive saw a familiar face, County Supervisor Greg Cox, who’s donated 16 and a half gallons over the years.The drive also included a young plasma recipient who wants to say thank you.Locations and times on the Blood Bank’s website– sandiegobloodbank.org. KUSI Newsroom Posted: April 8, 2019 Categories: Health, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter San Diego County’s 35th Annual Blood Drive Updated: 9:06 PM April 8, 2019
One of Sealaska’s most vocal critics is now a member of the Southeast regional Native corporation’s board of directors.Download AudioSealaska shareholder Michael Lee Beasley is author of the term- limits resolution. (Photo courtesy Michael Lee Beasley)Shareholders chose Michael Beasley, also known as Mick, as one of four winning candidates, according to results announced at Sealaska’s annual meeting Saturday in Ketchikan.He came in behind three incumbents, each of who ran as the board slate. They are Inside Passage Electric Cooperative CEO Jodi Mitchell, Tlingit and Haida Business Corporation CEO Richard Rinehart and National Congress of American Indians Executive Director Jackie Johnson Pata.A fourth incumbent, Patrick Anderson, ran as an independent and lost.Beasley, a carver, authored a term-limits measure on this year’s ballot. It received a majority of the votes cast, but not the majority of all possible ballots. As a result, it will not take effect.Beasley has put similar measures on Sealaska’s ballot in the past, along with several to eliminate discretionary voting. That allows shareholders to turn their ballot decisions over to the board.Other approaches would change the board’s makeup and likely its policies.Four other independent candidates also ran for the 13-member board.They were, in order of votes received, carver Doug Chilton, former Sealaska Corporate Secretary Nicole Hallingstad, Bartlett Regional Hospital Controller Karen Taug and financial adviser Brad Fluetsch.Sealaska has 22,000 shareholders who mostly live in Southeast, other parts of Alaska and the Pacific Northwest.
Online fashion retailer Myntra has witnessed a 10 percent fall in sales after switching to app-only mode from 15 May.However, the company, which had expected the fall, hopes to stem the trend and return to sales recorded before the switch, The Economic Times quoted a source as saying.Myntra’s rivals such as Snapdeal and Amazon do not seem to be in a hurry to make such a move. “Our data shows that there are still many customers who use PCs to shop online. We do not want to force our customers to use one specific medium to shop on Snapdeal,” a Snapdeal spokesperson said. The company receives 75 percent of its sales orders from mobile phones.Amazon also does not see merit in depending only on apps.”We believe that as a consumer-obsessed company, we have to enable our customers to shop anytime, anywhere, and anyway they want,” Akshay Sahi, customer experience head at Amazon India.eBay too does not seem to interested to go app-only, although it gets 45 percent of the total traffic from mobile phones.”At eBay, we believe in an inclusive strategy rather than an app-only strategy,” said Shivani Suri Dhanda, head of marketing at eBay India.”In India, as in the rest of the world, it has been observed that a multiscreen user is most engaged,” she added.Flipkart had acquired Myntra in a $300-million deal last May. While Flipkart sees nearly 75 percent of its traffic coming from mobile app, Myntra generates 90 percent from mobile platform.Flipkart also plans to gradually shift advertisements from its desktop website to its mobile platform, after having witnessed a 10-fold increase in mobile traffic in less than 18 months.Investment banker Goldman Sachs expects India to become the second-largest digital market globally by 2030, next to China. It estimates the country’s e-commerce market to grow 15 times to $300 billion by then, accounting for 2.5% of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP).Although many reports estimate a huge increase in usage of smartphones in India which validates Myntra’s app-only move, experts remain doubtful of e-tailers’ excessive reliance on mobiles.”One could argue that while it is okay to reduce or even stop the investments on PC-web, it could be foolish or even dangerous to discount it as a past that has completely ceased to exist,” said Ratul Ghosh, an e-commerce expert.Despite being the world’s second-most populated country, only 69 percent of India’s population has adequate access to broadband and mobile Internet, said management consultancy AT Kearney.
US president Donald Trump leads a roundtable discussion on school safety and the new Federal Commission on School Safety report, with family members of shooting victims, state and local officials, in the Roosevelt Room on 18 December. Photo: AFPUS president Donald Trump has agreed to close down his personal charity, the Trump Foundation, the New York attorney general said Tuesday, accusing it of engaging in a “shocking pattern of illegality” to advance his political and business interests.The Trump Foundation would be dissolved and its remaining assets distributed to other charities under her supervision, attorney general Barbara Underwood said in a statement.Underwood said there had been a “shocking pattern of illegality involving the Trump Foundation — including unlawful coordination with the Trump presidential campaign, repeated and wilful self-dealing, and much more.””This amounted to the Trump Foundation functioning as little more than a checkbook to serve Mr. Trump’s business and political interests,” she said in a statement.”This is an important victory for the rule of law, making clear that there is one set of rules for everyone,” Underwood added.The New York attorney general filed a lawsuit against the Trump Foundation in June, accusing it of “persistently illegal conduct.”The suit named the president, sons Donald Trump Jr and Eric Trump, and daughter Ivanka Trump, who were on the board of the foundation.”We’ll continue to move our suit forward to ensure that the Trump Foundation and its directors are held to account for their clear and repeated violations of state and federal law,” Underwood said.The suit seeks $2.8 million in restitution and to bar Trump, Don Jr, Eric and Ivanka from serving on the boards of other New York non-profits.Portrait in golf clubAccording to the suit, Trump used foundation funds to settle lawsuits, promote his Trump-branded hotels, and for personal spending — including the purchase of a portrait that was displayed at one of his golf clubs.The civil lawsuit is one of many legal woes facing Trump, whose election campaign is being investigated by Special Counsel Robert Mueller for possible collusion with Russia.Last week, Trump’s former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, was sentenced to three years in prison for paying hush money to two women who claimed to have had affairs with Trump and other crimes.In June, Trump branded the foundation lawsuit a “ridiculous case” drummed up by “sleazy New York Democrats” and vowed to fight it.”I won’t settle this case!” he tweeted.The lawsuit painted a picture of habitual misuse of foundation funds for years, signed off on by Trump, who was president of the thinly staffed charity.Alleged abuses included providing foundation funds to a Florida political campaign; settling a 2007 lawsuit between the City of Palm Beach and Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort, and settling a lawsuit by a golfer who took part in a Trump-sponsored charity event in 2012.There was so little oversight of the foundation, according to the suit, that its board has not met since 1999, despite legal requirements for an annual board meeting to review its finances.
Share Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon on Tuesday refused to answers questions from the House Intelligence Committee about his time working for President Donald Trump, provoking a subpoena from the panel’s Republican chairman.Bannon walked into a closed-door meeting with House members Tuesday morning and was still being grilled Tuesday evening as part of the committee’s investigation into Russian election inference. Lawmakers also wanted answers from him about Trump’s thinking when he fired FBI Director James Comey.The committee chairman, Devin Nunes of California, issued the subpoena after Bannon refused to answer questions about his time on the presidential transition or his work in the Trump White House, said Nunes spokesman Jack Langer. It’s unclear if Bannon was more forthcoming after the issuance of the subpoena.Photo via Twitter @JoeMyGodFormer White House strategist Steve Bannon.A spokeswoman for Bannon did not respond to multiple requests for comment Tuesday afternoon. A White House official said the White House did not seek to exert executive privilege over Bannon — a move that would have barred him from answering certain questions — because they didn’t have to. The official spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss internal deliberations.At the White House, press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said “no one” had encouraged Bannon not to be transparent during questioning but there’s a “process of what that looks like.”“As with all congressional inquiries touching upon the White House, Congress must consult with the White House prior to obtaining confidential material. This is part of a judicially recognized process that goes back decades,” Sanders told reporters.The committee also planned to press Bannon on other “executive actions” taken by Trump that have drawn interest from congressional investigators prying into ties between Trump’s campaign and Russian operatives, said another person, who wasn’t authorized to speak on the record about the closed-door session and spoke on condition of anonymity.Those key elements bear directly on the criminal investigation now underway by special counsel Robert Mueller, who is charged with investigating ties between the Trump campaign and Russia and whether the president obstructed justice by firing Comey or by taking other actions to thwart investigators.The focus on Bannon follows his spectacular fall from power after being quoted in a book saying that he sees the president’s son and others as engaging in “treasonous” behavior for taking a meeting with Russians during the 2016 campaign.In Michael Wolff’s “Fire and Fury,” Bannon accuses Donald Trump Jr., Jared Kushner and former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort of essentially betraying the nation by meeting with a group of Russian lawyers and lobbyists who they believed were ready to offer “dirt” on Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.More recently, Bannon has said he was not referring to Trump Jr. but rather to Manafort. Wolff stands by his account.After the book’s release, Trump quickly disavowed “Sloppy Steve Bannon” and argued extensively there was no evidence of collusion between his presidential campaign and operatives tied to Russian President Vladimir Putin. Bannon apologized a few days later but was stripped of his job leading the pro-Trump news site Breitbart News.Bannon last year had largely avoided the scrutiny of congressional investigators, who instead focused much of their energy on trying to secure interviews with top witnesses like Manafort and former national security adviser Michael Flynn.But Bannon played a critical role in the campaign, the presidential transition and the White House — all periods of time now under scrutiny from congressional investigators looking for possible evidence of a connection between Trump’s operations and Russia.Bannon recently retained the same lawyer being used by former Trump chief of staff Reince Priebus and current White House general counsel Don McGahn. Neither Bannon nor his lawyer immediately responded to a request for comment Monday.The House Intelligence Committee is speeding toward a conclusion of its interviews in its Russia investigation. The final result could be marred by partisan infighting, raising the probability that Republicans on the panel will issue one set of findings and the Democrats will issue their own report.
In 1390 the Forme di Cury, written by the chef to King Richard II, described a cake made using softened cheese and pastry. This was a luxury tart saved for feasts and made almost exclusively for the rich of medieval England. Although this is the first recorded cheesecake recipe in the English language, you will find that the recipe for cheesecake goes much further back in history.From the water mill to the alarm clock through to democracy and philosophy, the ancient Greeks have their fingers in many pies. One pie (ahem) that they most definitely had a hand in was the invention of the cheesecake.Plain New York cheesecake with fresh strawberries.The first reported mention of something like cheesecake is from 5 BC. The polymath physician Aegimus dedicated a book to the process of sweetening cheese with honey. For context, this guy was fixing ancient Greeks before Hippocrates came on the scene and is said to have written the first book describing the pulse.As our friends over at ThoughtCo report, there is some evidence that cheesecake was served to competitors at the first Olympic games. The first recorded recipe for something approaching the modern cheesecake actually comes from the Romans who, after the fall of Greece, assimilated the Greeks traditions, foods, and culture into their own.Woman kneading c. 500–475 BC, National Archaeological Museum of Athens. Photo by Marsyas CC BY-SA 2.5Cato the Elder was never going to be Emperor, he rose from humble beginnings to military success and landed himself a job as a Roman Statesman. According to the Encyclopaedia Britannica, Cato the Elder was a bit of a curmudgeon, taking umbrage with everything from luxury to women’s financial freedoms, and as a result he made himself quite a few enemies.For all his quirks, Cato the Elder is noted as the first influential Latin writer.The myth of Pandora’s BoxOnly one of his books survives in full and that is the De Agri Cultura, written in 160 BC. It contains not only details of farming methods but also a recipe for cheesecake that resembles something more like the pastry-based cheesecake we know today. As reported in What’s Cooking America, cheesecake was known as either Placenta or Libuma and it was used in religious ceremonies as offerings to the Gods.Cato the Elder.As the Roman Empire spread its tendrils across Europe it brought with it all the trappings of modernization (roads, plumbing, libraries to name but a few examples) and it also brought with it the recipe for cheesecake. By the time the Frome de Cury was written, Europeans had been developing and indeed, improving upon the cheesecake recipe for hundreds of years.As reported by cheesecake.com, it wasn’t until the 18th Century that something resembling the cheesecake we know and love today started to emerge. Around this time, cooks started to raise their cakes with beaten eggs rather than yeast and it was this change that made cheesecake into a dessert rather than a savory.Cheesecake was used in religious ceremonies as offerings to the Gods.As settlers emigrated to America so to did the recipe for cheesecake. Its modern incantation is itself a story of evolution. From the invention of cream cheese to the adoption of it as a staple in the restaurants of Arnold Reuben where it was sold to clientele and was soon copied by his competitors. This and its fruit topped variations became known as the ‘New York’ style cheesecake.Read another story from us: The Ancient Greek Philosopher who Got Drunk and Laughed Himself to DeathCheesecake is now an American institution, not quite as American as apple pie but maybe a close second. The New York style cheesecake is the traditional American cheesecake, it is such a part of American culture that there is even a national day of celebration dedicated to the dessert. If you’re wondering, that would be the 30th of July.
The tragic news of a Ladysmith High School (LHS) matriculant being killed in a motor vehicle crash has sent shock waves through social media sites. It was incorrectly reported in the first story we published that the mother was killed in the crash as well.She, in fact, suffered serious injuries and is currently in ICU.The Ladysmith Gazette unreservedly apologises for the error.Our thoughts are with both families during this trying time. Click to receive news links via WhatsApp. Or for the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join us there! WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite
Exclusive to e-Travel Blackboard Contrary to last month’s report, it appears that the tables have turned and the Stella Group are on the verge of closing a deal to buy Jetset Travelworld Group (JTG), instead of initial reports which indicated the arrangement would be the other way around.e-Travel Blackboard has received exclusive information overnight that the deal will be closed as early as today or by the end of the month at the latest, and although Stella is a private company, because JTG is a public entity, the initial announcement will be made on the ASX. Allegedly, the deal will be pitched to both companies as a merger; however it is expected to eventuate as a takeover with current Stella CEO Peter Lacaze at the helm of the new group entity. Should the deal proceed, Qantas who currently owns 58 per cent of JTG and also 50 per cent of Harvey’s Choice Holidays, which being the leisure wholesaler for Harvey World Travel in Australia, could possibly receive a chunk share in the newly formed company.Stella’s New Zealand operations are also reportedly to be affected if the alleged merger proceeds.Spokespeople for JTG, Stella and Qantas were unable to be reached at the time of printing.Keep reading e-Travel Blackboard for up to the minute updates on this story.If you’ve heard anything and want to share it confidentially, call 02 8208 8866 ext 108 or email email@example.com Source = e-Travel Blackboard: D.M
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