Security beefed up in view of death anniv of 2 men killed

first_imgMuzaffarnagar (UP): Security has been beefed up with additional police deployment in Kawal and Malakpura villages in this district of Uttar Pradesh in view of the sixth death anniversary of two men who were killed in Kawal, following which communal riots had erupted in the district and adjoining areas. A “havan” would be organised in Malakpura to mark the death anniversary of the two men — Sachin and Gaurav — and a number of people, including Union minister Sanjeev Balyan, were expected to attend it, former block president Virender Singh told reporters here on Wednesday. Meanwhile, prohibitory orders under section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC) have been clamped in Jansath tehsil of the district to maintain law and order. Three men — Sachin, Gaurav and Shahnawaz — were killed in a clash over a road accident in the district on August 27, 2013, triggering communal violence.last_img

Transatlantic budget flying gets a reality check

first_imgREYKJAVIK, Iceland – For those hoping for ever cheaper fares on long-haul flights, this month’s takeover of Icelandic airline Wow is not good news.The struggling airline, which specializes in ultra-cheap flights between North America and Europe, was taken over by Iceland’s flagship carrier, Icelandair, for just $18 million. Its rescue is a reality check for an industry hoping to apply the budget flying model to long-haul routes.And for now it means that passengers from, say, Washington will likely have to pay more than the $99 teaser rates previously offered for the six and half-hour trip to the Icelandic capital, which serves as a stopover to mainland Europe.“It simply costs more than $99 to fly between continents and Wow air has not found ways around it,” said Kristjan Sigurjonsson, editor of local travel news site Turisti.While Wow will continue as a separate brand for now, Sigurjonsson says it’s unclear whether Icelandair will have it continue offering such low fares in an attempt to compete with Norwegian Air, which is offering cheap flights at a loss to gain market share.But for now, the numbers don’t add up for budget long-haul flying.Part of the business model for low-cost flying across the Atlantic depends on getting cheaper airport slots, both by departing at odd hours and by flying to smaller cities in the United States. Wow flies to St Louis and Pittsburgh, for example. The low fares, in turn, mean planes are typically full.Wow flies across the Atlantic with single-aisle, narrow-body Airbus A321 jets. Being smaller than a widebody plane makes them easier to fill, an important consideration in keeping down costs per seat. They are also cheaper than two-aisle planes. Wow’s jets are relatively new, meaning they are more fuel-efficient than some competitors’ fleets.However, those savings have been squeezed in the past couple years as oil prices have risen. The U.S. benchmark for oil has risen 50 per cent from late 2016 to a peak of $75 in September this year, before easing back somewhat.For a budget airline like Wow, where margins are already tight, that means a direct hit to earnings. On top of that, wages have been rising sharply in Iceland, where its employees are based.Founded in 2012, the airline expanded fast to 37 destinations and reported up to 60 per cent annual growth in passenger numbers. Its revenue per passenger, however, has not kept up and fell by about 20 per cent in 2017, according to the last earnings report.About 70 per centper cent of Wow’s passengers travel between Europe and North America. Combined with Icelandair, the airlines will carry about 3.8 per cent of transatlantic passengers, according to analysts at Icelandair.Experts say that what budget airlines like Wow lack is the big source of money from transatlantic flying: business travellers. The New York-London route is the most lucrative in the world, thanks to the amount of business travelling done between the two financial hubs. British Airways takes in a reported $1 billion a year between those cities alone.Budget airlines have been trying to tap that market. Wow created a new business-class scheme and in a presentation to investors this year it predicted that would help it make a profit this quarter. Norwegian Air has also offered “Premium class without the premium price,” reportedly with modest success.But it remains to be seen whether companies booking trips will agree to pick budget airlines over established carriers that are often seen as more reliable because they have bigger fleets and deeper pockets.“The established airlines have loyalty programs that hold tight to the most lucrative clients,” said Skarphedinn Steinarsson, former CEO of low-cost carrier IcelandExpress and the director of the Icelandic Tourist Board. “It takes longer to win this group over than the typical bargain-hunter.”For now, it is the flagship carrier coming out on top.Wow founder and CEO Skuli Mogensen urged his staff Monday to “look at this as an opportunity to continue our journey now as a part of a much stronger group”.The charismatic boss, who has in the past mocked Icelandair as “outdated” and used his image to represent the airline, acknowledge defeat with much understatement: “It was not part of the original game plan.”last_img read more

India Lanka exchange letters on housing for Central Uva Provinces

India and Sri Lanka today exchanged letters to construct 4000 houses in the Central and Uva Provinces under a community driven-model as the third phase of the Indian Housing Project in Sri Lanka.The letters were exchanged by Y.K. Sinha, High Commissioner of India and P. Thigambaram, Minister of Hill Country New Villages, Infrastructure and Community Development at the Ministry of Hill Country New Villages, Infrastructure and Community Development. As per the agreement, 4000 houses will be constructed through the Estate Workers Housing Cooperative Societies (EWHCS). EWHCS in consultation with the beneficiaries will facilitate construction of houses. The High Commission of India would release payment of a total of SLR 950,000 per house in four tranches, linked to the physical progress, directly to the special bank account operated by the EWHCS. The beneficiaries will be selected through a transparent and norm-based process on the basis of clearly defined and objective criteria. The project will be implemented in close consultation with the Ministry of Hill Country New Villages, Infrastructure & Community Development and Plantation Human Development Trust. (Colombo Gazette) The Government of Sri Lanka has earmarked an area of 7 perches per family for 1134 houses and hence 1134 houses will be taken up for construction initially. Government of Sri Lanka is also undertaking steps to transfer the ownership of the land in the names of the beneficiaries.These 4000 houses to be constructed in the Central and Uva Provinces are a part of Government of India’s overall commitment to construct 50,000 houses in Sri Lanka. The services of four Implementing Agencies (UN-Habitat, International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, Habitat for Humanity and National Housing Development Authority) who have been providing necessary technical assistance and support under the second phase involving construction of 45,000 houses in the Northern and Eastern Provinces, will be utilised for the Indian Housing Project in the Central and Uva Provinces. read more

Macworld iWorld un salon pour les iFans

first_imgMacworld | iWorld, un salon pour les iFansFondé en 1985, Macworld | iWorld est l’événement mondial annuel pour ceux qui utilisent, créent et aiment les produits Apple. Vous pensez faire partie des iFans, vous n’achetez exclusivement que des produits de la marque Apple ou adaptés à la marque? Alors, ce salon est fait pour vous! À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?Le Macworld | iWorld présente une célébration unique de la technologie Apple y compris via l’art, la musique, des films. Grâce à un grand hall d’exposition, tous les produits et les services sont présents, offrant aux visiteurs un large éventail de compétences et d’intérêts.Rebaptisée Macworld | iWorld, l’édition 2012 ouvre la culture Apple aux iFans, en tentant de casser son côté professionnel. Cette année, on y trouvera un festival du film iPhone, une galerie d’art, des débats, des concerts. Les nouveaux produits et applications seront également disponibles.Le Macworld | iWorld s’est déroulé au Moscone Cener, à San Francisco, et a pris fin le 28 janvier.Retrouvez en images quelques nouveautés du Macworld | iWorld 2012, sur Maxisciences.Le 31 janvier 2012 à 17:32 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

Charlotte on RAW appearance perception of WWE Divas

first_img WWE Clash of Champions Results – 9/15/19 (Rollins vs. Strowman, Kingston vs. Orton) Videos Articles Videos Articles Pinterest New stipulation added to Roman Reigns vs. Erick Rowan this Sunday at Clash of Champions Google+ Now Playing Up Next Fansided.com has a new interview with WWE NXT Diva Charlotte about her career. Here are some excerpts:On her December 2014 WWE RAW appearance:“To be honest I don’t think about the match itself. I look at this being one of the first opportunities of many that I will have in the future. Just to have the opportunity to whether it was one minute or twenty minutes was great to highlight the future (NXT), and myself. Natty has been there for the biggest moments in my career. She was my very first dark match at NXT. She was my first NXT Special match where I won the women’s championship. These were very special moments and I don’t think it could have gone any better.”On Triple H wanting to give the WWE Divas more time:“Down in NXT, Triple H and the writers are very hands on as well as our coaches. They have a very good grasp of our characters. Speaking for the Divas we have earned their trust and respect and there’s leeway to experiment. The only reason we are given more time because we have delivered time and time again. You think of Bayley, Sasha Banks a year ago. I think Triple H really wants the divas to shine.”On the perception of WWE women’s wrestling by fans:“Hearing that is extremely frustrating because it will change. If they were able to play our matches on Raw it would be great to show that the women can work like men. I’m not saying the Divas on the roster now aren’t capable of doing that but the training in NXT has really helped us. I think over the years with the Divas searches and very little training makes it hard to make the division legitimate. I hope over my career that they don’t look at our matches as a ‘popcorn match.’ I truly believe we are paving the way for a great division.”Fansided.com: WWE NXT’s Charlotte: ‘I’m one of the best females in professional wrestling’Recommended videosPowered by AnyClipWWE Female Superstars Get Green Light To Bounce Between BrandsVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPauseUnmuteDuration 0:34/Current Time 0:04Loaded: 100.00%0:04Remaining Time -0:30 FullscreenUp NextThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Replay the list Charlotte Flair Becky Lynch Announces Replacement to Face Ronda Rousey Becky Lynch Twitter WhatsApp Charlotte Flair And Becky Lynch Involved In Brawl At An Unlikely Locationcenter_img Now Playing Up Next WWE Royal Rumble Card Update For 2019 Facebook WWE Female Superstars Get Green Light To Bounce Between Brands WWE United States Championship match added to Clash of Champions this Sunday in Charlotte Now Playing Up Next Now Playing Up Next Jason Namako RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Ronda Rousey Asuka, Becky Lynch, And Charlotte In Triple Threat Title Match Videos Articles Now Playing Up Nextlast_img read more

Matthaus fears for Boatengs Germany future

first_imgJerome Boateng may not have it easy to get back into the Germany team under Joachim Low, reckons Lothar MatthausThe Bayern Munich defender was left out of Germany’s upcoming UEFA Nations League fixtures with Russia on Thursday and Netherlands four days later.Amid struggles for form and fitness this season, Boateng explained that the need for a break was behind his omission from the German squad.But Matthaus, who captained Germany to the 1990 World Cup title, suggests that Boateng’s days with the national side could be over.Top 5 Bundesliga players to watch during the weekend Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 11, 2019 With the international activity cooling down for the next month, we go back to the Bundesliga’s Top 5 players to watch next weekend.The German…“It could well be that this is a very long break for Jerome Boateng in the German national team, as long as Low is in charge there,” Matthaus told Sky.“I think that’s because of several factors. First, of course, the sporting achievements of the last few months.“I can well imagine that the national coach did not like that, that Jerome left injured after the 3-0 defeat in Holland last month, and then completed a full training session at FC Bayern on the day of the France match a few days later.”Boateng has made 11 appearances for Bayern in all competitions this season.last_img read more

Stir tomorrow opposing move to privatise railways in Tirupati

first_imgTirupati: Protesting against the proposed move of the Central government to privatise Indian Railways, Andhra Pradesh Abhivrudhi Porata Samithi (AAPS) and other organisations will organise a huge dharna before Tirupati railway station on July 24. AAPS President N Raja Reddy and others have submitted a memorandum to Tirupati station manager K Rajendra Prasad on Monday to this effect. Raja Reddy said that Indian Railways is the fourth largest railway system in the world and fetching a revenue of Rs.2.5 lakh crores per annum. The Central government was conspiring to weaken this system by privatising it. AAPS district president Sk Md Rafi, State Advisor of Bahujana Welfare Association P Vinayak Reddy, Balija Association leader R Chandrasekhar, U Raghu, IS Khaja and others also spoke on the occasion.last_img

Digital card for bank loans suggested

first_imgDiscussants at a Prothom Alo roundtable on 7 December 2017.Experts have suggested the extension of bank loan programmes by distributing digital cards among marginal farmers as an initiative to increase their earnings.They made the suggestion at a roundtable organised by the Bangla daily Prothom Alo at its office of Karwan Bazar in the capital on Thursday. Care Bangladesh supported the event moderated by Prothom Alo associate editor Abdul Quayum.Bank Asia in association with Dhaka Ahsania Mission, Care Bangladesh and USAID provides up to Tk 20,000 as loans through digital cards to marginal farmers.A farmer has to have 50 decimals land or two cows and a bull to avail the loan facility. The farmer with a digital card can purchase agriculture inputs through designated retailers.The experts said the farmers can take the loan at 9 per cent interest rate and can pay the loan at their convenience.Chief of party of USAID Agricultural Extension Project at Dhaka Ahsania Mission Bidyuth K Mahalder said around 1500 farmers have received digital cards and availed the loan facilities. Around 1500 farmers have also been registered for digital cards, he added. This bank loan has been introduced in three districts – Khulna, Faridpur and Bhola.Card user Khaleda Begum said she has to face various problems to get a loan and the interest rate was very high. After getting the digital card, I have increased the rice production and raw jute production too as I purchased seeds and fertiliser in time, she said.Agriculture goods retailer Md Shajahan said he had to sell agricultural implements on credit and there was a risk. Now I can sell the goods and receive payment by cards. The sale of agricultural goods has increased by over 40 per cent, he claimed.Chairman of Palli Karma-Sahayak Foundation and also economist Qazi Kholiquzzaman Ahmad said the disbursement of bank loans through the digital cards is an innovative idea.He said such an initiative has to be continued for maximum benefits from the innovative loan programme.Kholiquzzaman said, Only financing will not make the programme sustainable, and it requires training for proper use of the loan.Emphasing the marketing of agricultural products, he warned that the farmers may be affected if they do not get due prices of their produce.Planning commission senior secretary Shamsul Alam said, Undoubtedly it is a good initiative and I want its extension. The security of cards has to be maintained so that the farmers are not affected.President and managing director of Bank Asia Md Arfan Ali, director of Extreme Rural Poverty Programme of Care Bangladesh Anowarul Haq, project management specialist of USAID Mohammad Sayed Shibli, executive director of Dhaka Ahsania Mission M Ehsanur Rahman and executive director of Society Development Committee in Faridpur Kazi Ashraful Alam, among others, spoke at the roundtable.last_img read more

Six Months Later How Is Houston Recovering From Harvey

first_imgJustin Sullivan/Getty ImagesIt’s been six months since Hurricane Harvey made landfall on Aug. 25, 2017. Over the course of the ensuing several days, the Greater Houston area saw unprecedented flooding that displaced thousands of residents and caused over billions in damages across the state.How has the recovery process fared in the past half-year? What policies have been considered regarding flood mitigation? Where does our city stand six months later?First, Houston Matters talks with Jim Blackburn of the Rice SSPEED Center to discuss the lessons learned about flooding in the region and what methods need to be taken going forward. Then, Susan McEldoon, general manager of KHOU Ch. 11 talks about the challenges her station has faced since flooding forced them to evacuate their former location along Allen Parkway. And, we hear some stories of the recovery process from our listeners, along with Jenna Armstrong, president of the Lake Houston Area Chamber of Commerce Jenna Armstrong, and Joel Dinkin, executive director of the Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community Center. Sharelast_img read more

CANNES WATCH Rossellini moved by Ingrid Bergman poster

first_imgAP10ThingsToSee – Workers hang a banner depicting actress Ingrid Bergman on the Palais during preparations for the 68th international film festival in Cannes, southern France on Monday, May 11, 2015. The festival runs from May 13 to May 24. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus) 5 greatest Kentucky Derby finishes Quick workouts for men “Yesterday, as I was walking up the red carpet with Mama enormous, I got up to (festival director) Thierry Fremaux, I said ‘Thierry, I don’t miss her anymore,’” Rossellini said Thursday. “Thirty years since she died, she’s so present. It’s wonderful.”–By Jill Lawless, http://Twitter.com/JillLawlessCopyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Comments   Share   New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Sponsored Stories Top Stories Natural spring cleaning tips and tricks for your home CANNES, France (AP) — Isabella Rossellini says it’s a moving experience to see her late mother all over Cannes.The actress-director is the daughter of Swedish screen icon Ingrid Bergman, whose face adorns the official poster for the 68th annual festival. A giant version of the image towers over the famous red-carpeted steps of Cannes’ Palais des Festivals.Rossellini said she feels both honored and touched by the poster, and by a Cannes premiere for a documentary about Bergman, who died in 1982.last_img read more

Cancelled Tiber River tourist cruises

first_imgThe company in charge of all Tiber River cruises has suspended operations indefinitely, claiming the waterway is just too dirty.”We’re ashamed of the Tiber’s state of abandonment,” a Rome Boats spokesperson has said.According to the spokesperson, the last time the river was cleaned was in 2008 and Rome City Hall is denying responsibility for the Tiber’s upkeep (a still used 1906 law has deemed the waters of the Tiber as ‘maritime’ and not ‘communal’ and therefore not the city’s responsibility), the AFP reported.Rome Boats has run river cruises along the Tiber, Italy’s third longest river, since 2003, but with the river’s stone embankments now grey with pollution and rubbish collecting at the river bank, the company’s spokesperson said the cruises will not commence “out of respect” for tourists and locals alike.“Everyone can see it since trees along the Tiber are covered in plastic bags and other rubbish every time the river overflows,” the spokesperson said.From the chatter on TripAdvisor the cruises may not be missed as the narrowness of the river and the high embankments don’t recommend themselves to all visitors. The Tiber, itself, however is still rated well, ranking 320 out of the 530 Roman attractions reviewed on the site.Source = e-Travel Blackboard: G. A. Cruise company ashamed of Tiber’s “abandonment”.last_img read more

Lonely Planets Best in Asia Pacific 2019

first_imgLonely Planet’s Best in Asia Pacific 2019Margaret River & Southern WA Tops Lonely Planet’s Best in Asia Pacific 2019Global travel authority Lonely Planet has today named Margaret River & Southern WA as the number-one Asian-Pacific destination to visit in the year ahead.Expanded this year to include Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific, Best in Asia Pacific is Lonely Planet’s fourth annual agenda-setting list of the region’s 10 best destinations to visit in the next 12 months.Announcing Margaret River & Southern WA’s top-ranking, Lonely Planet enthuses: “Take one look at Meelup Beach and you’ll wonder where it’s been all your life: the West Australian bush parts to reveal ocean the hue of a Bombay Sapphire bottle, which is typical of the coastline stretching from Margaret River to the state’s south. Beyond the sand, some of the country’s slickest wineries, breweries and restaurants lie between tracts of tall-tree forest and kangaroo-dotted farmland.”Lonely Planet adds: “Locals have long felt their turf rivals the east coast travel trail; now, 17-hour direct flights from London to capital city Perth put it at Europe’s fingertips. Adding to the argument are coveted food and culture-amped festivals, from Gourmet Escape to Truffle Kerfuffle and Taste Great Southern. There’s also amazing surf, whales aplenty and DIY coastal hikes with paved sections, improving accessibility for all.”“Asia Pacific has it all,” says Lonely Planet’s Media Spokesperson for the region, Chris Zeiher. “Its food delights the senses, its forests and seas teem with life, and its cities fizz with culture and creativity. Our experts have explored this vast region’s highlands, islands and everything in between to find the best places to visit this year.”“From primate-filled jungles to mirage-like lagoons,” Chris says, “their recommendations reflect a part of the world increasingly determined to protect its most prized possessions at the same time as it charges whole-heartedly into the future.”Lonely Planet’s Best in Asia Pacific 2019 is available online, with accompanying articles to each destination, at lonelyplanet.com/best-in-asia-pacific.Lonely Planet’s Best in Asia Pacific 20191. Margaret River & Southern WA, Australia2. Shikoku, Japan“This somewhat off-the-beaten-path haven is finally being discovered by non-Japanese visitors, with an increasing number of international flights winging into the main cities of Takamatsu and Matsuyama.”3. Bay of Islands & Northland, New Zealand“Northland is the cradle of the country’s culture and history – both for the indigenous Māori people and for the European settlers who followed them. The two formally came together with the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi in the Bay of Islands, and 2020 sees the 180th anniversary of that key nation-building event.”4. Singapore“Singapore was one of the brightest stars in the 2018 movie blockbuster Crazy Rich Asians, and the Lion City is hipper and hotter than ever. 2019 offers a chance to participate in the city’s bicentennial, but also to celebrate more than 700 years of Singapore’s rich, diverse history.”5. The Cook Islands“A visit to the Cook Islands, 15 tiny islets, far-flung over a swathe of the deep-blue, breezy Pacific Ocean, is bound to rejuvenate even the most jaded. And locals on the main island, Rarotonga, are welcoming visitors off an increasing number of international flights to their Polynesian paradise.”6. Central Vietnam“Hue’s vibrant cuisine showcases the city’s imperial legacy, while south in Hoi An’s storied laneways, local dishes include fragrant cao lầu noodles. Seafood stars in nearby Danang, and the city alongside the Han River is becoming one of Vietnam’s most exciting urban destinations.”7. Fiji“From solar-powered resorts that serve locally harvested food to coral reef restoration projects and limited plastic usage, this vulnerable island nation has moved headlong into eco-tourism. October 10, 2020, will mark the island nation’s 50th year of independence, called ‘Fiji Day’8. Palawan, Philippines“These are the heady days when new air routes and upgraded roads make it easier than ever to explore the dramatic seascapes and wildlife-laden jungles of the slender 400km-long main island (also called Palawan) before it inevitably becomes more developed.”9. Beijing, China“Beijing is changing fast as the new decade approaches. In a bid to battle the smog, an eco-friendly bike-sharing scheme has launched, and the rapidly expanding subway is expected to reduce traffic congestion. High-speed links will soon race passengers to the extraordinary, Zaha Hadid-designed, starfish-shaped Beijing Daxing International, the world’s largest airport, which is slated to open later this year “10. Cambodia“The skyline of Phnom Penh is on the up, bringing sky bars and designer dining; the Southern Islands are generating a beach buzz thanks to new boutique and luxury resorts; colonial-era vestiges are under restoration in Battambang and Kampot; and in remote areas like Koh Kong and Mondulkiri, wildlife spotting is drawing visitors off-the-beaten track. New airlines are making connections between Siem Reap and the South Coast smoother, with hydrofoils whisking people to the islands.”To celebrate this year’s Best in Asia Pacific, Lonely Planet is giving visitors to lonelyplanet.com/best-in-asia-pacific the chance to win a tour of their choice to explore the region with G Adventures – the small group adventure travel specialists. There are over 250 tours to choose from across Asia and Pacific, and the winner will receive a $5,000 voucher from G Adventures to spend on their favourite, plus $4,000 towards two return flights. To enter, simply tell us – in 25 words or less – where in Asia Pacific you’d like to go and why.ABOUT LONELY PLANETLonely Planet is a leading travel media company and the world’s number one travel guidebook brand, providing both inspiring and trustworthy information for every kind of traveller since 1973. Over the past four decades, we’ve printed more than 148 million guidebooks and grown a dedicated, passionate global community of travellers. You’ll also find our content on lonelyplanet.com, mobile, video, guidebooks in 14 languages and 11 international magazine editions, children’s books, lifestyle books, ebooks, and more. Visit us at lonelyplanet.com or join our social community of over 14 million travellers. Find us on Facebook (facebook.com/lonelyplanet), Twitter (@lonelyplanet), Instagram (instagram.com/lonelyplanet) and Snapchat (@lonely.planet).Source = Lonely Planetlast_img read more

2 Visit the Salt Mines in Wieliczka Precious crys

first_img2. Visit the Salt Mines in WieliczkaPrecious crystals were found at Wieliczka as early as the 11th century and the salt mine here is a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage monument. Take the Miners’ Route and you’ll don a grey boilersuit, descend into the darkness and find out how to dig for salt. Take the Tourist Route to see the jaw-dropping underground chapel, carved from the salt.Opening times: 9am-6pmTickets: You will need to make reservations for visiting the Mysteries of the Wieliczka Mine at least 2 weeks before the planned visit. 84 PLN per personAddress: Daniłowicza 10, 32-020 Wieliczka, Poland 4. Go underground in the Historical MuseumHidden beneath the Sukiennice is Krakow’s past, literally. Descend from the square into the Historical Museum’s Rynek Underground exhibition, four metres below current street level. You’ll explore the recently excavated merchant stalls that predate the cloth hall above you and see the remains of an 11th-century cemetery, where many of the corpses were buried with bricks in their mouths or stabbed through the heart to prevent them coming back as vampires. Yes, seriously.Opening times: 10am–5:30pmTickets: 19 PLNAddress: Rynek Główny 35, 31-011 Kraków, Poland 3. Stroll Krakow’s Town SquareSquares don’t come grander than this. Rynek Glowny is Europe’s largest medieval town square and its vast expanse (some 40,000 square metres) of flagstones is encircled by stately townhouses and lofty spires. The loftiest belong to St Mary’s, which dates from 1220, while the medieval Sukiennice cloth hall stands assured of its commanding position over the square with its imposing colonnades and Belle Epoque café, long a meeting place for the city’s elite though now more a tourist haunt. Search for cheap flights to Krakow1. Wawel Castle, KrakowStep into a Polish history textbook at the Wawel, the hill where for over 500 years Polish kings were crowned, housed and buried. Enter the fourteenth century Gothic cathedral to see their tombs, stroll the State Rooms and lavish Royal Apartments to discover how they lived and visit the Armoury for a hint at their powers. Most of the crown jewels were plundered by the Prussians in 1795 but you can see the dainty coronation slippers of Sigismund August, who was just 10 years old when he was crowned.Opening times: 9am-4.45pm-5.45pm (depending on season. Closed on major holidays)Tickets: 4 PLNAddress: Wawel 5, 31-001 Kraków, Poland 5. See Krakow’s Jewish QuarterKrakow’s Jewish quarter, Kazimierz, was once a headily vibrant place, with a flourishing community. This perished at the hands of the Germans in World World II but they did not destroy the buildings and synagogues that today are once again home to an energetic community – and some of the city’s best nightlife. Cafes and bars abound here; try the bohemian Café Mlynek by day and head to retro-funky Alchemia by night.Address: ul. Szeroka 24, Krakow 31-053, Poland 12. Find the Franciscan ChurchOnce you’ve learned all the skills and techniques in the Stained Glass Museum, see them in play at the Franciscan Church (Kosciol Franciszkanow) in the Old Town. This Church contains the famous ‘God the Father’ from Stanislaw Wyspianski, and a kaleidoscope of colours too. Just remember your camera. Opening times: 7am-8pmTickets: FreeAddress: pl. Wszystkich Świętych 5, 31-004 Kraków, Poland 13. Picnic in Planty ParkPlanty is known as the ‘lungs of Krakow’. It was once part of the city’s thirteenth century defence fortifications, but now it’s been transformed into a 52 acre lush, botanical garden. Take a bottle of wine during spring or summer and enjoy Poland’s sunshine. Opening times: 24 hoursTickets: FreeAddress: Planty, 30-001 Kraków, Poland 14. Take photos at Zakrzowek GorgeThis is an old limestone quarry, that’s now been filled with water. In the summer it fills with locals too, as the city dwellers from Krakow catch the 5 minute taxi ride to the park. There are hiking trails around the water, but we wouldn’t blame you for wanting to stay by the lake all day long. Opening times: 24 hoursTickets: FreeAddress: Zalew Zakrzówek, Kraków, Poland 6. Pay homage to SchindlerA humble enamel factory on the city’s outskirts would be an unlikely tourist site. If it weren’t for Oskar Schindler, that is. The factory he took over in 1939 is today a living historical monument, where you can see his former office and the very place where he saved the lives of hundreds of Krakow Jews from the gas chambers. The modern museum here tells the life stories of some of those he saved, as well as walking you through a reconstructed Krakow replete with scenes from history and confronting you with a ‘Hall of Choices’. Few museums are as evocative, or as challenging.Opening times: 10am–6pmTickets: 21 PLN for an adult, 16 PLN for a concessionAddress: ul. Lipowa 4, Krakow 30-702, Poland7. Let them eat cakeKrakow loves cake, and there are sweet treats on seemingly every corner in the city centre. Sink your teeth into towers of pink cream sandwiched in flaky pastry at Michalscy Cukiernia or tuck into cupcakes of all shades and flavours at Cupcake Corner. Want to sit down awhile? Head to Bunkier Café in the city’s Planty Gardens where transparent walls bring the garden inside even in winter and the cakes are laid out enticingly in the glass cabinet.8. Go on a pub crawlIn 2010 the Father Bernatek bridge straddled the Wisla river for the first time and opened up the ultimate Krakow pub crawl. Start on the Podgorze side where Drukarnia Jazz Club has typewriters on the walls (Drukarnia means Printhouse) and a laidback New Orleans vibe, before moving on to CAWA Café & Wine for, you’ve guessed it, a glass of vino. Then head across the bridge to Kazimierz and Mostowa Art Café for microbrews and homemade vodka. 9. Become a Pinball Wizard at the MuseumHaven’t ever visited a Pinball Museum before? Now’s your chance. After all of the epic architecture and walking tours in Krakow, the bright lights and games make a welcome change of scenery, especially for families and teens. Plan to spend 2-3 hours glued to the machines in this museums cellar. The tickets are good for re-entry all day, so you could definitely visit after popping into the local breweries too. Opening times: Noon–11PMTickets: 40 PLN for a regular, 20 for a concession, 7 for children and 100 for a familyAddress: 15, Kraków, Stradomska, 31-068 Kraków, Poland10. Stroll Lost Soul’s AlleyLost Soul’s Alley isn’t for the faint hearted. Even as you walk down the alley to the venue, you’ll feel the tension building inside – what’s on the other side of the door? An adult’s horror house, worthy of 30 minutes of screams and scares. If you’ve ever visited any of the escape houses (and enjoyed it) give this one a try. It takes a minimum of one Polish vodka to recover. Opening times: 12–8PMTickets: 20 PLNAddress: Florianska 6, Krakow 31-021, Poland11. Visit the Stained Glass MuseumIf you’re looking to recover from the excitement of Lost Soul’s, the tranquil studios of the painters in this museum make the perfect place. You’ll be taken through the glass workshop which has been here since 1902, and meet some of the makers too. It’s a particularly memorable experience if you carry it in the context of all churches in Poland too – the technique for glass painting hasn’t changed since the Middle Ages. Opening times: 12PM-6PM, closed Sunday and MondayTickets: 32 PLN for an adult, 24 PLN for a studentAddress: aleja Zygmunta Krasińskiego 23, 31-111 Kraków, Poland 15. Run, walk or cycle along the Wisla RiverThe Wisla River divides the city of Krakow in 2, and thus it’s one of the best ways to see the city on a budget too. Rent out a bike or run off a few of the meals you’ve indulged in along the river side – or enjoy a few more drinks whilst walking the river banks. There’s even a beach for the hotter summer days. Opening times: 24 hoursTickets: FreeAddress: Wybrzeze Helskie, Warsaw, PolandHow to get to Krakow:There are direct flights from London, Birmingham, Manchester, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Bournemouth, Liverpool and Belfast. You can also catch connecting flights from Cambridge, Aberdeen, Exeter, Dundee, Newquay, Norwich, Inverness and Glasgow. 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first_imgThe holding company of FBME Bank said it will seek other ways to stop the sale of its branch in Cyprus after a Supreme Court decision cleared the way by rejecting a request to issue an interim order.The Supreme Court on Friday rejected a request for an order suspending procedures to sell the lender that were initiated by the Central Bank (CBC) after a US Treasury report named it a “primary money laundering concern.”FBME sought to suspend the July 21 order that placed it under resolution with the purpose of selling its operations to protect depositors.The holding company said it regretted the Supreme Court decision but added that it “will explore other avenues to challenge this sale which it describes as a hostile takeover.”The Tanzania-based company said it opposed the sale of the Cyprus branch, which it described as a “hasty and ill-conceived response” to the US Treasury’s FinCEN report issued on July 17.“Such a sale does nothing to protect the Bank’s depositors or dampen risks of contagion, as claimed.”FBME said it was working with legal counsel and forensic accountants in the US to conduct a comprehensive review of its anti-money laundering programme.“Any attempt by the Cypriot authorities to sell the branch appears to be a move to prevent this investigation from being completed,” it said.The review is required to address issues raised in the FinCEN announcement.FinCEN accused FBME, which though chartered in Tanzania operates primarily in Cyprus, of facilitating financial activity for transnational organised crime and Hezbollah, an Islamist militant group considered a terrorist organisation by the US and the EU.FBME Limited also added that it was disappointed that, after three weeks in position, the special administrator has still not taken action to dispel the damaging misrepresentation that FBME has no correspondent banking relationships.“It does have correspondent banks.”In a statement issued on Friday, the CBC, which is acting as the resolution authority, sought to clarify that its actions were not based on FinCEN’s announcement, but on the “immediate and drastic effects” it had on the branch’s capability to execute client transactions as a result of the measures put in place by other lenders that FBME worked with.“As a result of FinCEN’s action, correspondent banks have frozen and or closed the branch’s US dollar accounts and have suspended transfers on behalf of the branch,” the CBC said.The resolution authority judged that selling the branch’s operations to another bank was the appropriate measure to protect depositors and prevent contagion.You May LikeLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoKelley Blue BookYou Won’t Believe How Affordable These Ford Car Models AreKelley Blue BookUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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disabilities which will remain blocked until close to the time of departure F&B As for airports there are a set of guidelines for airport operators too in this Charter All airports must provide: a medical doctor available at all hours that the airport is operational an ambulance minimum medical support (including oxygen cylinders and defibrillators) and trained medical personnel Airports must also provide toilets outside departure and arrival terminals free wi-fi services for 30 minutes and affordable food and beverage (F&B) outlets Perhaps former Finance Minister P Chidambaram’s recent outburst on the price of a cup of coffee at the Chennai airport brought this on As for paperless travel on a domestic flight in case you do not have a problem with using yourAadhaar card for creating an identity all is well But if you have privacy or other concerns over using Aadhaar then continue travelling as before with paper boarding passes and no self-bag drop facilities This reindeer is one of three confirmed to have had chronic wasting disease the first cases known in the wild outside North America Norwegian Institute for Nature Research Norway plans to exterminate a large reindeer herd to stop a fatal infectious brain disease By Erik StokstadApr 3 2017 5:30 PM A year after a deadly and highly contagious wildlife disease surfaced in Norway the country is taking action Chronic wasting disease (CWD) caused by misfolded proteins called prions has already ravaged deer and elk in North America costing rural economies millions in lost revenue from hunting Its presence in Norway’s reindeer and moose—the first cases in Europe—is “a very serious situation for the environment and for our culture and traditions” says Bjrnar Ytrehus a veterinary researcher at the Norwegian Institute for Nature Research in Trondheim Last week Norway’s minister of agriculture and food gave the green light for hunters to kill off the entire herd in which three infected individuals were found about 2000 reindeer or nearly 6% of the country’s wild population “We have to take action now” says Karen Johanne Baalsrud director of plant and animal health at the Norwegian Food Safety Authority in Oslo The deer’s habitat will be quarantined for at least 5 years to prevent reinfection The odds of a successful eradication experts say will depend largely on how long CWD has been present in Norway CWD discovered in 1967 has been found in 24 US states and two Canadian provinces and it has been spread in part by shipments of infected animals Many species of cervids are susceptible including elk moose and several kinds of deer Infected animals typically begin showing symptoms such as weight loss lethargy and drooling 2 to 3 years after infection and then die within months In Wyoming where CWD has been endemic for decades up to 40% of some herds are infected and white-tailed deer populations are declining by 10% a year CWD is very contagious: Prions spread easily through saliva urine and feces and can linger in the environment for years which suggests that feeding stations and salt licks are hot spots of infection Once the disease has become firmly established environmental contamination makes eradication very hard says Christina Sigurdson a prion researcher at the University of California San Diego “It hasn’t been shown so far to be possible” she says There’s no evidence that humans can get sick from eating infected deer but it is not recommended (Mad cow disease also caused by prions can infect people who eat contaminated meat and has caused more than 200 deaths so far) Norway’s first CWD case was detected by chance after wildlife biologists working in the rugged mountains of Nordfjella found a sick young reindeer on 15 March 2016 After its death tests at the Norwegian Veterinary Institute (NVI) in Oslo pointed to CWD “I couldn’t believe it” says NVI prion researcher Sylvie Benestad But international reference labs confirmed her diagnosis The prions resemble those found in North American deer Benestad and her colleagues have found How the disease got to Norway is a mystery Prions may have arrived in deer urine which is bottled in the United States and sold as a lure or perhaps they hitched a ride on hiking boots or hunting gear But prion diseases can also start spontaneously after proteins begin to misfold in a single individual and Benestad’s hunch is that this is a more likely scenario After the initial discovery Norwegian officials began looking for other cases A local hunter found two moose with CWD near the town of Selbu 40 kilometers southeast of Trondheim (see map) in May 2016 During last fall’s hunting season thousands of hunters and other volunteers collected about 8000 brain samples from all over the country turning up two more cases of infected reindeer near Nordfjella The cases in Nordfjella and Selbu are likely not linked says Benestad as the reindeer and moose have different types of prions Hot zone Reindeer will be slaughtered in Nordfjella Norway; no culling is recommended for the area near Trondheim where two moose with chronic wasting disease have been found CREDITS: (GRAPHIC) G GRULLN/SCIENCE; (DATA) NORWEGIAN VETERINARY INSTITUTE/NORWEGIAN ENVIRONMENT AGENCY An advisory panel convened by the Norwegian Scientific Committee for Food Safety last week suggested different approaches for the two locations Around Selbu it recommended increased surveillance but no culling of moose yet The two infected moose were older animals suggesting that these were cases of spontaneous disease which are less likely to be infectious (The reason why: In spontaneous cases of prion disease such as in sheep prions are only found in the brain) And even even if the unusual prions in moose are contagious the solitary nature of these animals lowers the chances of transmission Reindeer however are the most gregarious of cervids and the three sick individuals in Nordfjella could easily have spread prions Culling the entire herd would be “drastic” the panel acknowledged but should be attempted as soon as possible The slaughter to start in August will be carried out by amateur hunters who can eat the meat if prion tests come back negative Professional sharpshooters will be used to find any elusive survivors “We will do whatever it takes” says Erik Lund a senior wildlife adviser at the Norwegian Environment Agency in Trondheim Until the operation begins wildlife rangers are patrolling to prevent animals from leaving or entering the herd’s 2000-square-kilometer habitat The area is ringed by paved roads which reindeer don’t like to cross but if any do the rangers have orders to track down and kill them Repopulation won’t begin until at least 2022 Benestad says testing old feces may be a way to check whether prions lingering in the environment have degraded Based on the prevalence in Nordfjella—estimated at 1%—Lund guesses that CWD may have been present for only 5 to 7 years which could mean contamination is minimal “There’s a good chance they can solve the problem” says wildlife ecologist Michael Samuel of the University of Wisconsin in Madison Quick response has been shown to work before: In 2005 routine testing revealed CWD on two deer farms in central New York Strict regulations prevented the disease from spreading The state has seen no cases since But it’s also possible that CWD is lurking elsewhere in Norway the panel noted The agencies will collect another 20000 samples in the coming hunting season and they plan to continue monitoring for years to come The specter of CWD has also alarmed the European Food Safety Authority which released a report in January recommending that seven nearby countries all begin 3-year sampling programs Clarification 4 April 420 pm: The paragraph explaining why no culling is planned around Selbu has been edited to make it clearer To the top commanders, “I have a son who is 22 years old. 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