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New Delhi: Overseas investors pumped in a net amount of Rs 9,031 crore into the Indian capital markets in May on expectations of more business-friendly measures following the BJP’s landslide victory in the general elections. Interestingly, foreign investors were net sellers for the first three weeks of May, but the tide turned just ahead of the announcement of election results. According to the latest depositories data, foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) infused a net sum of Rs 7,919.73 crore into equities and Rs 1,111.42 crore in the debt market during May 2-31, taking the cumulative net investment to Rs 9,031.15 crore. Also Read – SC declines Oil Min request to stay sharing of documentsPrior to this, they had invested a net Rs 16,093 crore in April, Rs 45,981 crore in March and Rs 11,182 crore in February in the capital markets (both equity and debt). Last week, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) won over 300 seats on its own out of 542 seats in the Lok Sabha elections. The victory of the Narendra Modi-led coalition will ensure continuation in reform measures initiated during the NDA’s first term, experts said. During May 2-17, foreign investors pulled out a net Rs 6,399 crore from the markets amid pre-election uncertainty. Also Read – World suffering ‘synchronized slowdown’, says new IMF chiefHowever, “FPIs started to come back into Indian equities anticipating a return of NDA-led government and the flows intensified when their expectation became reality after the election results were announced on May 23, 2019,” said Himanshu Srivastava, senior research analyst, manager research at Morningstar. Srivastava said, “Now with elections behind, the focus would gradually shift towards government’s policies on economic reforms, its impact on economic growth and corporate earnings, besides global factors.”
Irving company New Brunswick Southern Railway charged over oil shipmentsIrving company New Brunswick Southern Railway charged over oil shipments
SAINT JOHN, N.B. – New Brunswick Southern Railway — a subsidiary of J.D. Irving — is facing 24 charges around the transport of oil.The charges allege the railway failed to create proper shipping documents and had unqualified personnel for shipments of crude oil.Transport Canada says the violations occurred between Nov. 3, 2012, and July 5, 2013.The company is due in court Nov. 27.Last week, Irving Oil was ordered to pay $4 million after pleading guilty to 34 counts stemming from the investigation into the 2013 rail disaster in Lac Megantic, Que.The charges under the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act resulted from a joint investigation by Transport Canada and the RCMP that was prompted by the deadly train derailment.On July 6, 2013, a train carrying 7.7 million litres of crude oil sped toward the small Quebec town at 104 km/h before derailing, killing 47 people in the resulting fire and explosions.(Global News)
British Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton has written about his time visiting a UNICEF project in India for the Huffington Post.Lewis witnessed first-hand the devastating effects of hunger on mothers and their babies in a country where over half the children under five are affected by malnutrition.“Normally the winter months are focused on one thing – racing,” wrote Lewis. “The schedule is punishing and my life is absorbed by ongoing training and preparation. But this month, I decided to take a couple of days out to go deep into the heart of India to find out what life was like for children and their families who are struggling to survive day in, day out because they don’t have enough to eat.”For some children, the effect of hunger can occur before they are even born.Lewis visited the UNICEF funded newborn care unit in Shivpuri, where newborn children are taken for life-saving treatment. These babies are often born dangerously small and underweight because their mother didn’t have enough to eat during her pregnancy.“Like everyone I have seen the criticism about a country like India receiving foreign aid when they can afford to host a Grand Prix,” wrote Lewis. “But my visit to the new born care unit has left me in no doubt that partnerships between organisations like UNICEF and the government, really are saving children’s lives, day in, day out.“Next year, UNICEF and others will be calling on the UK government and other world leaders to put an end to child hunger. Please remember the plight of these tiny babies, like I will, and add your support.“No child, no matter where they live in the world should go hungry or lose their life because they or their mum don’t have enough to eat. We all have a role to play in making sure they have the best chance in life and for that we should be proud.”Before the centre was set up by UNICEF, most of these children would have died at home, but now with the care that it provides their chance of survival is over 85%.The first 1,000 days of a child’s life are vital. Without enough nutritious food during this time, children can be affected by stunting, an irreversible condition that affects both a child’s mental and physical development. India accounts for a third of the world’s children who suffer from this.Community feeding centres, like the one visited by Lewis during his trip, are set up by UNICEF to help some of the most at risk by providing food to help a child grow and give them the best possible chance in life.You can read Lewis’ article here.Source:UNICEF UK
North Koreas construction boom may build more than skylineNorth Koreas construction boom may build more than skyline
PYONGYANG, North Korea – Beachfront, five-star hotels? Skyscrapers just blocks from Kim Il Sung Square?North Korea is racing forward with major development projects some experts believe are aimed at expanding a market for rented or privately owned real estate to help fortify the finances of Kim Jong Un’s regime against the bite of sanctions over its nuclear program.A swelling market for private property doesn’t sound very socialist, and it’s not.But the chronically cash-strapped government appears to be nurturing a fresh source of revenue — sales of property to the newly affluent class of North Koreans who have made their fortunes on the country’s growing, but still largely unofficial, market economy that has come into its own since Kim assumed power.The pressure on Pyongyang is growing as the Chinese investors who traditionally have propped up its economy are retreating amid tougher than ever restrictions imposed by Beijing.The construction projects, which could cost well over a billion dollars to complete, have a lot of momentum behind them. They are part of a six-year building spree under Kim that has transformed the Pyongyang skyline. North Korean officials told The Associated Press they hope to have at least some of the developments ready to show off for celebrations in September marking the country’s 70th anniversary.“Since 2012, we have been building a new project each year, so I think one year from now a lot of changes will have been made in the city,” said Kim Kum Chol, an architect with the Paektusan Academy of Architecture, the centre for architectural research and design in North Korea. “We have a lot of construction plans.”He said there are three main projects this year:— First, to redevelop the centre of Pyongyang by replacing low-rise housing built after the 1950-53 Korean War with more space-efficient new skyscrapers, offices, public buildings and residential high rises. “For the centre of the city there are many old residences, so we are trying to turn that into new ones,” Kim explained.— On the east coast’s Wonsan-Kalma area, more than 10 hotels, thousands of units of residential housing and a number of recreational facilities are either planned or underway, Kim said. He said the hotels would range from relatively modest three-star facilities to luxury five-star resorts. Kim Jong Un has already built a new airport to serve the area known as his home away from home.— The third focus is near the Chinese border in Samjiyon, a scenic town at the foot of Mount Paektu, the spiritual home of the ruling Kim dynasty. The area is to become an “open-air museum for education in revolutionary traditions,” according to state-media reports, and a centre of mechanized potato farming “envied by the people the world over.”North Korea has often used ostentatious projects to inspire nationalistic pride, reward loyalty and enhance the prestige of the ruling regime. But Kim Jong Un seems to have a penchant for spearheading the completion of high-rise neighbourhoods and modern, seemingly quite functional recreational facilities.In theory, housing, education and health care are provided free to all in socialist North Korea, where the state owns all capital, including the buildings, factories and land. Selling property outright, or collecting rents, would pull money out of the pockets of those who can afford it, putting it back into the coffers of the regime. Demanding prepayment could help finance projects underway or in the planning stages.North Korea has been doing this to some degree for years.Chinese investment has generally been seen as the key source of funds. So has slow but steady growth in the North’s domestic economy, helped along by a swelling sector of entrepreneurs who have savings in foreign currencies like the U.S. dollar and Chinese yuan.These people, known as “donju,” or money masters, have been more visible since Kim Jong Un assumed power, creating a natural market for better housing that didn’t exist in the past. Most live in Pyongyang and the Wonsan area, where construction is most active. A big part of the building boom is focused on high-end properties in prime locations, like the Pyongyang city centre or along riversides or ocean fronts that might be expected to appeal to them most — and have a higher market value.Whether such projects would ever pay for themselves is unclear. That could help explain why Kim has made diplomatic overtures over the past few months to Seoul and Beijing — two potentially huge pools of investment and aid if the political tensions on the peninsula ease.Before stepped up sanctions kicked in last year, North Korea made a massive sell-off of minerals to China that coincided nicely with the building boom.William Brown, an economist at Georgetown University, said the “liquidation” of some state property makes fiscal sense, despite the cost to socialist principles, especially given North Korea’s chronic trade deficit with China.The downturn in Chinese trade and new investment since about September and Kim’s inability to get foreign loans or woo other investors has cast serious doubt on the future of the economic boom and is jeopardizing funding for the military, said Benjamin Katzeff Silberstein, a scholar with the U.S.-based Foreign Policy Research Institute think-tank and co-editor of the North Korea Economy Watch website.Dwindling trade with China is not only sucking foreign reserves away from the regime, but also hurting businesses the “donju” rely on as well, a one-two punch to the economy that could get significantly worse in the months to come, possibly undermining demand for luxury property.“The state really doesn’t have any sustainable revenue source as of now,” Silberstein said.___Talmadge is the AP’s Pyongyang bureau chief. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram: @EricTalmadge
Cool weather continues to help firefighters working the Tommy Lake FireCool weather continues to help firefighters working the Tommy Lake Fire
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The cool weather continues to help firefighters working the Tommy Lakes Forest Fire.While the fire remains 20% contained, there was no growth of the fire on Friday even though the fire did not receive any rain. The cooler temperatures and higher relative humidity continue to aid fire suppression efforts.There are 216 firefighters building and reinforcing guard working to increase containment supported by 9 helicopters along with 20 pieces of heavy equipment. The Peace River Regional District has lifted the evacuation alert for a small area near the fire.The size of the fire decreased from 22,659 hectares to 22,583 due to more accurate maps.
Target Corp to get US16billion tax break in US for exiting CanadaTarget Corp to get US16billion tax break in US for exiting Canada
TORONTO — Target Corp.’s swift exit from Canada will reap about US$1.6 billion in tax breaks for the retailer in the United States, according to documents filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.The Minneapolis, Mn.-based company says it has already recognized the majority of the tax benefits in its first quarter filings and expects to book most of the rest before the end of 2015.The filings say Target made a “strategic shift” in its business when it chose to exit Canada.Target Corp eyes US$10-million settlement of data breach class-action suitTarget Corp considered Canadian retreat or partial closure in September, but didn’t decide for monthsTarget Corp. announced in January that it would close all 133 Canadian stores, most which opened in 2013 in phases beginning in Ontario, saying it would take years to turn a profit.The retailer has been in court to iron out the details of its departure, with a variety of creditors that include landlords, suppliers and others impacted by the closures.Liquidation companies have been overseeing the sale of Target’s inventory since last month.
Ohio State football starts spring practice Tuesday at 4 p.m. at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center. The start was the earliest documented practice in OSU history because of the university’s switch to the semester system. The practice, which will feature players working out without full pads, kicks off a 14-session schedule leading up to the program’s annual Spring Game, which is scheduled for April 13. The Spring Game will take place in Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati because of construction at Ohio Stadium. The Buckeyes will practice again Thursday before taking off for spring break and resuming practices March 19. OSU last practiced Nov. 27 before its season finale against Michigan. Under the direction of coach Urban Meyer, the Buckeyes finished the 2012 season 12-0 – its first undefeated season since 2002. OSU finished No. 3 in the final Associated Press poll.
Catherine Gowing burntout car found two miles from her homeCatherine Gowing burntout car found two miles from her home
POLICE INVESTIGATING THE disappearance of Irish woman Catherine Gowing in Wales have found a burnt-out car about two miles from her New Brighton home.Although Detective Superintendent John Hanson confirmed the vehicle discovered on Pinfold Lane at Altami near Mold was a five-door Renault Cio, he said they could not be sure it is Catherine’s car at this time.Officers were contacted by a member of the public who had come across the car on Thursday evening at about 7.15pm.“The area has been cordoned off and forensically secured and an examination of the vehicle and immediate area continues to establish the vehicle’s true identity and secure any evidence which assist us find Catherine,” Hanson said in an update this morning. “Once this is confirmed a further statement will be released.“Catherine is still missing and her last known sighting is at 8.39pm on Friday, 12 October when she was seen on CCTV leaving Asda Supermarket in Queensferry.”A 46-year-old man remains in custody on suspicion of Catherine’s murder. Police have until this evening to question him. It is understood the man is known to the missing 37-year-old.More: Catherine Gowing: Partial text sent to colleague on weekend she disappeared>Read: Catherine Gowing’s sister say they feel “lost” as they desperately try to find her>
Un cachalot mort étouffé par le plastique des serres andalousesUn cachalot mort étouffé par le plastique des serres andalouses
Un cachalot mort étouffé par le plastique des serres andalousesUne équipe de scientifiques a annoncé que le cachalot de 4,5 tonnes échoué sur une plage d’Andalousie en mars 2012 était apparemment mort à cause du plastique provenant des serres qui protègent les cultures intensives de la région.L’évènement remonte au 28 mars 2012, lorsque des promeneurs ont découvert sur une plage de Castell de Ferro dans le sud de l’Espagne, un cachalot de 4,5 tonnes mort. Selon les scientifiques, l’animal de 10 mètres était dans un “état d’amaigrissement avancé”. Comme ils ont l’habitude de faire, les spécialistes ont demandé à étudier le cachalot et à prélever des échantillons pour en savoir plus sur la raison de son échouage. Mais ils n’ont pas mis longtemps avant de l’identifier. À lire aussiDengue : symptômes, traitement, prévention, où en est-on ?”Nous nous sommes vite rendus compte qu’il avait une véritable serre dans l’estomac : on ne s’y attendait pas, mais ça ne nous a pas étonné”, indique Renaud de Stephanis, membre de la station biologique de Doñana, qui dépend du Conseil supérieur d’enquêtes scientifiques (CSIC) espagnol. Ce Français explique que les intestins de l’animal contenaient “une dizaine de mètres de cordes en plastique, des bâches servant à couvrir l’extérieur [30 mètres carrés en tout] et du plastique utilisé à l’intérieur et même deux pots de fleurs”.En tout, l’estomac du cétacé contenait plus de 17 kg de déchets provenant essentiellement de serres. “C’est comme s’il avait une pierre dans l’intestin : plus rien ne passait. Il y avait tellement de plastique que ça a fini par exploser”, explique Renaud de Stephanis cité par l’AFP. Le cas de cet animal n’est toutefois pas isolé et quatre cas de cachalots morts parce qu’ils avaient avalé du plastique ont déjà été recensés dans le monde. Les principales victimes de ces “pièges” sont les tortues, dauphins et autres animaux, “plus de 250 espèces marines ont des problèmes” à cause du plastique, qui risque surtout de les étouffer.Du plastique qui finit dans nos assiettes ? Mais cette découverte est inquiétante car elle démontre une nouvelle fois, que “la mer est pleine de déchets” et que les “systèmes de gestion des déchets du plastique, pas seulement en Espagne” ne sont pas assez performants. “Ces grands plastiques s’émiettent et les petits bouts passent aussi chez les poissons”, explique-t-il avant de conclure : à l’autre bout de la chaîne alimentaire, “c’est nous qui finissons par les manger” avec les légumes ayant poussé dans les serres…Le 8 mars 2013 à 16:13 • Maxime Lambert
FIFA creates task force to launch new Club World Cup andFIFA creates task force to launch new Club World Cup and
FIFA wants to introduce a revamped Club World Cup and Nations League.A task force created to review FIFA president Gianni Infantino’s plans for a new Club World Cup and a Global Nations League had its first meeting in Paris on Sunday. They examined all possible dates, formats, and slot allocations, the Daily Mail reported.Infantino proposed an improved Club World Cup with up to 24 teams to be played every four years. The Nations League would be a sort of mini-World Cup with an eight-team final tournament every two years.England and Bulgaria on a collision course over racism George Patchias – September 13, 2019 England’s concerns over racism in Bulgaria has sparked a furious row.Recently England manager Gareth Southgate expressed his concern over racist abuse being aimed at…FIFA said that the task force was entrusted with the “Technical and sporting elements” of the proposed competitions. It also said the task force is made up of members appointed by the six continental confederations.A “Parallel consultation” would also take place with players, clubs, and leagues, since UEFA has previously opposed this idea. FIFA’s proposals will be presented at the next FIFA Council meeting this March in Miami.FIFA’s deputy secretary general Zvonimir Boban heads the task force. He said the federation would provide the FIFA Council “With a complete breakdown of the sporting elements to be taken into consideration when making a decision on such an important matter for the future of football.”
Veterans honored at Red White and Blue Parade in Coconut GroveVeterans honored at Red White and Blue Parade in Coconut Grove
COCONUT GROVE, FLA. (WSVN) – – The City of Miami celebrated Veterans Day with a patriotic parade in Coconut Grove.2018 marks the hundredth anniversary of the holiday. To celebrate the occasion, city officials and the Coconut Grove American Legion joined forces to host the Red, White, and Blue Parade, Saturday. Great Veteran’s Day Centennial Salute @CityofMiami City Hall. Thank you Corky Dozier, @AmericanLegion Post 182 and the Royal Bahamian Police Band. Thank you also to all who served and continue to serve our great Nation. @Annette_Taddeo @MiamiMayor @cos_mia pic.twitter.com/K5cPr2DCqS— Emilio T Gonzalez (@emiliotgonzalez) November 10, 2018The event honored the brave men and women who have served in the United States Armed Forces.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Google Lifts the Veil on Android Pay Its Apple Pay CompetitorGoogle Lifts the Veil on Android Pay Its Apple Pay Competitor
2 min read Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global This story originally appeared on Fortune Magazine At its I/O developer conference on Thursday, Google shared more details on its mobile payments plans and revealed a new product: Android Pay.Android Pay allows users of mobile phones equipped with Google’s mobile operating system, Android, to upload any credit or debit card to a “mobile wallet” on their phone. They can then use their phone to pay for goods at more than 700,000 retail stores in the U.S. that have point-of-sale registers equipped with near field communication technology, known as NFC. The result? A one-touch digital payment.Participating retailers include Whole Foods, Macy’s, and Walgreens.On its surface, Android Pay looks a lot like Apple Pay, which launched last year to allow consumers to pay for items by touching their iPhone to a retailer’s point-of-sale device. As with Apple’s offering, developers can use the Android Pay system to power payments within their apps. For example Lyft, the on-demand transportation company, will support Android Pay as a way to pay for rides within its namesake app.Android Pay will also incorporate fingerprint biometrics to authenticate payments, similar to the way Apple Pay allows authentication using its Touch ID technology. You’ll be able to use fingerprint authentication both within apps and at physical retail stores. Google says Android Pay is secure because it never shares the actual card number with merchants.For Google, Android Pay represents its big push into controlling the mobile digital wallet. Forrester, the market research firm, forecasts that mobile payments will top $142 billion by 2019, up from $67 billion this year.Android Pay will be made available for U.S. Android users in the upcoming months.Google has spent years developing solutions for the mobile wallet. It launched Google Wallet in 2011 as a way to pay for goods with Android phones. But the search giant’s previous mobile payments play faced challenges in massive adoption. In many ways, Android Pay is the evolution of Google Wallet, which also used NFC technology at launch.Google didn’t reveal any plans to incorporate loyalty points from retails into the Android Pay wallet. Apple is reportedly working on a loyalty program in Apple Pay that is expected to be revealed at the company’s WWDC developer conference in a few weeks. Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. Register Now » May 28, 2015
Two arrested in Cancun for trying to cash fake checkTwo arrested in Cancun for trying to cash fake check
When police arrived at the bank, bank personnel stated that two subjects entered, one of which was currently at a window trying to cash a 25,000 peso cheque. However, when bank personnel scanned the check, it lacked the legal characteristics, flagging it as a false bank document. Cancun, Q.R. — Elements of the Quintana Roo Police arrested two people for the crime of falsifying bank documents when trying to cash checks at a bank in Cancun. Both men were arrested and made available to the corresponding authorities. Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window) In a statement, police report the arrest of 25-year-old Luis N and 33-year-old Luis Geovanny, both from Mexico City. The pair were arrested after officers verified a report on people presenting apocryphal documentation in a bank located on Tulum Avenue.
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