The raging Fort McMurray fires that threatened Albertas oilpatch may have also

CALGARY — Analysts predict oil prices driven higher by production stoppages during the Fort McMurray, Alta., wildfires in May will bolster the bottom lines of Canadian oil and gas companies as they report financial results starting this week.Western Canada Select, the benchmark price for blended oilsands bitumen, rose by 58 per cent in the three months ended June 30 to an average of $42.52 per barrel from $26.93 in the first quarter of the year, said analyst Nick Lupick of AltaCorp Capital.“Unfortunately, one of the contributing factors helping support Canadian crude prices in the quarter were the forest fires in Fort McMurray, which saw a total of 1.5 million barrels per day of bitumen and SCO (synthetic crude oil) production offline at its peak in mid-May,” he said on Tuesday.Two years into the oil price war that changed the world, looks like OPEC is winningPipeline bottlenecks are about to make discounts for Canadian crude even deeperFive major headwinds that could prevent the return of an oil bull marketHe previously estimated that a total of about 28 million barrels worth $1.6 billion of oilsands production had been lost because of the fire.Reporting season for major Canadian oil and gas producers starts Thursday with Encana, a company whose production was unaffected by the fire. A CIBC report estimates that Encana’s quarter-over-quarter cash flow — the difference between available cash at the start of the quarter versus the end — could rise 65 per cent due to the higher prices.On Friday, Husky Energy is scheduled to report results that will reflect a decline in oilsands production at its Sunrise project in northern Alberta from 27,200 barrels per day in April to 4,300 bpd in May, according to statistics provided by analysts. The project was suspended for part of the month due to employee evacuations and pipeline shutdowns, although it sustained no physical damage.Despite the lower production, Husky is expected to post a nine per cent increase in cash flow due to higher oil prices and better refinery profit margins, according to a report from RBC.Alberta drivers unintentionally relieved some of the pain of lost production for oilsands producers Suncor Energy and Imperial Oil, Lupick said.Gasoline shortages in early June caused by a mechanical outage at Suncor’s Edmonton refinery, combined with a maintenance shutdown at Imperial Oil’s nearby refinery, led to some service stations running out of fuel, driving up both prices at the pump and downstream profit margins for the refinery owners.Suncor is expected to report July 27 and Imperial on July 29.A recent report from CIBC analyst Arthur Grayfer based on internal industry statistics showed that output from thermal oilsands projects — those that use steam to produce bitumen from wells — fell to about 900,000 bpd in May from about 1.2 million bpd in April. The biggest drop was at Suncor’s Firebag project, which went from 201,000 bpd in April to about 30,000 bpd in May.Similar statistics for oilsands mines are to be available next month, analysts said. read more

Police blotter Two people charged in ATM theft

Two people have been charged in connection to the Dec. 2018  theft of a automated teller machine.A 39-year-old man and a 35-year-old man, both of Six Nations of the Grand River First Nation, were charged with break and enter and mischief over $5,000.The ATM was located in a gas station on Front Road in Port Rowan. Two people gained access into the store and attempted to remove the ATM but were unsuccessful. They then reversed a pickup truck into the store which caused thousands in damages.The ATM was removed in the pickup truck and later found in a ditch by investigators.Both accused are scheduled to appear in the Ontario Court of Justice located in Cayuga at a later date.Watercraft operator facing chargesA 22-year-old personal watercraft operator is facing charges after being stopped by police on July 14 around 3 p.m.The driver was stopped in Long Point bay on Lake Erie after a vessel operator flagged down officers to warn them about a concerning craft.The operator from Brantford was taken into custody and charged with operation while impaired-blood alcohol concentration 80 plus, operate a pleasure craft without prescribed competency and fail to comply with probation order.Bench stolen from porchA cedar log bench has been stolen from a residence on Grove Street in Simcoe.At some point in the early morning hours of July 13 the $400 bench was removed.Anyone with information regarding this incident should immediately contact police at 1-888-310-1122.Hockey jerseys and PlayStation stolenA home on Peel Street in Simcoe was entered at some point between 8 p.m. on July 12 and 5:53 a.m. on July 13, and two hockey jerseys and a PlayStation 4 were removed.GPS stolen from unlocked vehicleAn unlocked vehicle that was parked at a Queensway West, Simcoe, address, was entered between 12 a.m. and 4 p.m. on July 12. A Global Positioning Device was removed.Prescription medication stolenPrescription medication was stolen from a Norfolk Street South, Simcoe, address, at some point before 9:51 a.m. on July 12.The medication was methadone that was stored in the fridge.OPP are investigating. read more

South Sudans leaders bear direct responsibility for conflict UN Security Council told

El-Gassime Wane El Ghassim Wane, Assistant Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations, briefs the Security Council on the situation in South Sudan. UN Photo/Kim Haughton “The conflict in South Sudan is a man-made conflict for which the leaders of South Sudan bear a direct responsibility,” Assistant Secretary-General for Peacekeeping El-Ghassim Wane told the Security Council. “But the same leaders can also bring the country back from the impending abyss.” He noted that the dire economic situation and continued conflict in the country have combined to create a dangerous and precarious situation for its citizens, and all that is needed is genuine political will to halt military operations, peacefully negotiate and make the necessary compromises. “I would also urge the Security Council to pronounce itself in this regard. It is critical that the leaders of South Sudan hear the international community’s unified demand of what is expected of them,” he stated. Tomorrow marks the second anniversary of the signing of the South Sudan Peace Agreement between warring parties – the Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) loyal to President Salva Kiir and the SPLA in Opposition backing then First Vice-President Riek Machar. Nicholas Haysom, the Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for Sudan and South Sudan, briefs the Security Council on the situation in South Sudan. UN Photo/Kim Haughton Festus Mogae, Chairperson of the Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission (JMEC) and former President of Botswana, briefs the Security Council on the situation in South Sudan. UN Photo/Kim Haughton ‹ › South Sudan, the world youngest country, which gained its independence from Sudan in 2011, has faced ongoing challenges since a political face-off between the two leaders erupted into full blown conflict in December 2013. Despite the August 2015 peace agreement that formally ended the conflict, fighting and instability have persisted. According to Festus Mogae, Chairman of the Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission (JMEC), “little meaningful progress” has been achieved in the implementation of the agreement, Mr. Wane said. “More than ever before there is a critical need for continued and close coordination” between Intergovernmental Authority for Development (IGAD), the African Union, the UN and the larger international community to leverage collective influence to bring an end to the suffering of the civilian population and help put South Sudan on a more positive trajectory, he stated. IGAD comprises Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan and Uganda. Security situation remains cause for ‘very serious concern’Mr. Wane said the security situation in South Sudan remains a cause for “very serious” concern. The expected ceasefire remains elusive as military operations continued during the reporting period, mostly in Upper Nile. In July, 136 access incidents were reported by the humanitarian community – the highest number recorded in any one month since December 2013. Incidents of looting also spiked during July, with 15 incidents reported across the country. Of particular concern were the six major looting incidents of warehouses and trucks in transit leading to the loss of 670 metric tons of food meant for vulnerable communities in Eastern Equatoria, Lakes, Upper Nile and Warrap. In meetings between UN Under-Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations Jean-Pierre Lacroix and South Sudan’s key government officials earlier this month, President Salva Kiir and his cabinet members expressed reservations on the inclusion of some personalities such as Riek Machar in any dialogue process, Mr. Wane said.But there was, however, an acknowledgement that sizeable communities cannot be left out of a process just because they were led by or that they supported a particular individual, he added. While the National Dialogue has made some progress, it continues to be criticized for its lack of inclusivity. Briefing the Council via videoconference, Nicholas Haysom, Special Envoy of the Secretary-General for Sudan and South Sudan, also expressed concern about the security situation and the trajectory and depth of the crisis. Calling for a “clear commitment” to an inclusive and credible peace process, he described several recent international and regional support efforts – including Uganda’s initiative to reunify factions of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement and Kenya’s initiative to host opposition parties – which had achieved varying levels of success. read more

QK Meats tested for horse DNA in June 2012 and got positive

first_imgTHE MINISTER FOR Agriculture has criticised a number of Irish companies embroiled in the ongoing European-wide horsemeat scandal.In a report published today, Simon Coveney said that certain practices by Silvercrest and QK Cold Stores were “totally unacceptable”.The investigation into the mislabelling of beef products revealed that although Silvercrest did not knowingly purchase horsemeat, it did use non-approved suppliers, breaching the specifications laid down by its major customers.In itself, it is not a food safety or quality issue but the report described it as a management failure and an “inherent disrespect for customer requirements”.In relation to QK Cold Stores, the probe found that the company had tested product for equine DNA and had received positive results as early as June 2012. The information was withheld from authorities. At the time, management contacted the Polish supplier who arranged for the return of the consignment.Further positive results were returned in October to December last year and the product sent back. The authorities were still not informed.Although QK Meats says it did not allow the raw material enter the food chain, it admitted that it continued to source the product from Poland. The department has since established that the price of the ingredient was about €400 per tonne less than the beef trimmings available to buy in Ireland.The report said, “It is clear that in a country that is a net exporter of beef products, this competitive pricing aspect of the trade is the primary motivator in utilising imported ingredients in the manufacturing process.”The firm did not explain fully to investigators why it was testing for equine DNA since last June,  other than suggesting there were “mumblings” in the trade about suspect Polish raw materials.“These facts would have informed the official investigation in a significant way and, most likely would have led to earlier conclusions on the source of equine DNA. Failure on their part to act at a much earlier time was inexcusable.”The report continues: “This failure on the part of QK Meats senior management showed scant regard for the public good.”QK Meats was named as the source of horsemeat contamination in Birds Eye’s implicated products.The plant remains under investigation.Department suspends all operations at Ossory Meats horse abattoirlast_img read more

A Tiny Solar Powered Movie Theater

first_imgIIt’s a title I can’t imagine too many people are fighting over, at present–the “world’s smallest solar powered movie theater.” If there is anyone else out that looking for the record, however, they’ve got some pretty stiff competition in the Sol Cinema, a movie theater in a trailer that is looking to reverse the industry’s trend toward increased power consumption.The theater is run by the U.K.-based arts group, The Undercurrents. “We say any cinema could and should be 100 percent powered by renewable energy,” then group’s co-founder Paul O’Connor told AOL. “The U.K. isn’t famous for sunny days, yet [we] still manage to run our entire cinema, including video projectors, sound systems, laptops, hard drives and lights from the energy of the sun via solar panels. This means we have no utility bill each year and can perform anywhere at anytime.”The theater sports an LED projector powered by solar panels. It screens documentaries, art films, animation, and dramas–it won’t show anything overly violent or mainstream, however, so if you want to check out the new Transformers flick when that comes out, you’ll have to find another solar-powered movie trailer. The theater seats eight. It has screen 400 films since opening and is planning a 2011 tour of Europe and possibly the U.S.last_img read more

Angry Birds Go wants to be the new Mario Kart

first_imgIt’s entirely possible that there is a franchise big enough to make Nintendo regret releasing Mario Kart only for solely their own consoles. Yes, Rovio plans to put Bad Piggies and Angry Birds in their very own kart-style racing game due out in December.Despite many attempts to replicate the popularity of Mario Kart in the past, there’s never been anything quite like the original. Even so, times have changed and mobile games have gotten really, really good. So good, in fact, that there’s usually no reason to leave the house with a Nintendo DS/3DS and your smartphone unless you know you’ll have a lot of time to play Pokemon X/Y.Nintendo has historically been strongly against releasing their IP on other devices and this has  worked for them in the past. Knowing this Rovio has spotted this gameplay gap for users, and has decided to plug it with an all new Angry Birds title. As the below video shows, Angry Bird Go is unabashedly similar to Mario Kart in both graphics and overall feel.Months before Nintendo is able to deliver on the impressive looking Mario Kart 8, Rovio is launching Angry Birds Go! for mobile devices. It doesn’t take long to look at the preview video and see that they are targeting Mario Kart fans with this new title. The racing style is as close to identical as you can get, but with no shortage of Angry Birds flare. This game was clearly built from the ground up to offer the unique combination of absurd Angry Bird antics and racing, on a platform that you’ll always have in your pocket.If you’ve been following the Angry Birds series for any time at all, you’ll see that this is the first time these characters have been in 3D for a game, and if you played any of Bad Piggies you’ll see lots of the crazy design choices from the momentum machines in the different vehicles.It certainly looks like a lot of fun, and Rovio will likely tease the game features some more before the December 11 release date.last_img read more

Comment les Français utilisentils leurs tablettes tactiles

first_imgComment les Français utilisent-ils leurs tablettes tactiles ?Les tablettes tactiles ont trouvé leur place dans les foyers français. Séduisant les femmes presque autant que les hommes, elles voient au fil des mois leur utilisation prolongée et sédentarisée. C’est du moins ce que révèle une étude sur les Français et la façon dont ils utilisent leur tablettes.Un an et demi après la sortie du tout premier iPad, la tablette tactile tend à se démocratiser dans les foyers français. D’ici à la fin de l’année, le pays pourrait compter quelque 1,4 million de possesseurs de tablettes. Les Echos dévoilent aujourd’hui les résultats d’une étude du cabinet OTO Research, sur la façon dont ils utilisent ces terminaux qui ont su séduire les hommes comme les femmes au fil des mois. L’année dernière, une étude révélait un important écart, avec 69% d’utilisateurs masculins. Une différence qui s’est considérablement réduite puisqu’aujourd’hui on compte 54% d’hommes, contre 46% de femmes adeptes des tablettes.À lire aussiOiseaux, chauves-souris et saumons : une espèce sur trois est désormais menacée de disparition en FranceL’étude révèle en outre que le temps d’utilisation des tablettes a augmenté. Il est passé en moyenne à 2 heures 40 par jour, pour six prises en main. L’année dernière, l’étude qui ne concernait alors que les iPad faisait état d’une utilisation moyenne de 2 heures quotidiennes. Un usage qui a tendance à se sédentariser. Les personnes interrogées déclarent en effet utiliser leurs tablettes depuis leur domicile à plus de 80%. Et généralement tous les membres du foyer s’en servent. Résultat, les ordinateurs se trouvent délaissés. 59% des possesseurs de tablettes disent en effet moins utiliser leur PC.Parmi les usages principaux des tablettes : le surf sur Internet (84%), l’e-mail (70 %), la vidéo (63 %), les réseaux sociaux (59 %) ou encore les jeux (53 %). En outre, les détenteurs de tablettes affirment dépenser en moyenne 14,20 euros par mois pour télécharger divers contenus et des applications. Les possesseurs d’iPad sont un peu plus dépensiers que ceux des tablettes Android. Les premiers consacrent 7,50 euros en contenus, et 8,20 en applications, contre 6,50 euros et 7,20 euros pour les seconds.Réalisée auprès de 406 possesseurs français de tablettes, dont 205 iPad, l’intégralité de cette étude sera publiée la semaine prochaine.Le 23 octobre 2011 à 11:38 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

Facebook Confirms DataSharing Partnerships With Chinese Companies

first_img Podcasts Are TV Shows Now With ‘Limetown’ Trailer7 Icebreakers for Facebook’s New Dating Service Stay on target Following reports of shady data-sharing tactics, Facebook on Tuesday confirmed partnerships that gave Chinese firms access to user information without explicit consent.Deals with at least four Chinese companies, including leading smartphone maker Huawei, permitted the use of popular features to build social media experiences on their own platforms.But more than messaging algorithms and “like” buttons, Facebook allegedly released personal information—even after promising it would end such practices.Huawei, computer maker Lenovo, and smartphone manufacturers OPPO and TCL were among 60 global companies to receive unauthorized user data after enlisting with Facebook.First reported Sunday by The New York Times, these dodgy practices quickly piqued the interest of the U.S. government.“The news that Facebook provided privileged access to Facebook’s API to Chinese device makers like Huawei and TCL raises legitimate concerns,” Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA), said in a statement published by Reuters.“I look forward to learning more about how Facebook ensured that information about their users was not sent to Chinese servers,” he added.The social network has justified its agreements, asserting that contracts “strictly limited” the use of data; officials claimed they were unaware of any cases in which information was misused.An unnamed Facebook exec told Reuters that the company carefully managed the access it gave Chinese companies.“Facebook, along with many other U.S. tech companies, [has] worked with them and other Chinese manufacturers to integrate their services onto these phones,” Francisco Varela, vice president of mobile partnerships for Facebook, said in a statement.“Facebook’s integrations with Huawei, Lenovo, OPPO, and TCL were controlled from the get-go,” he continued. “And we approved the Facebook experiences these companies built.”Varela assured users that “all the information from these integrations with Huawei was stored on the device, not on Huawei’s servers.”Ime Archibong, vice president of product partnerships, echoed that declaration, writing in a Sunday blog post that partners “signed agreements that prevented people’s Facebook information from being used for any other purpose than to recreate Facebook-like experiences.”“Contrary to claims by The New York Times,” he explained, “friends’ information, like photos, was only accessible on devices when people made a decision to share their information with those friends. We are not aware of any abuse by these companies.”Since the recent Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook has shuttered some 22 partnerships that were “no longer needed” to serve users.“Like all leading smartphone providers, Huawei worked with Facebook to make Facebook’s services more convenient for users,” a spokeswoman said in a statement to Geek. “Huawei has never collected or stored any Facebook user data.”Facebook, Lenovo, OPPO, and TCL did not immediately responded to Geek’s request for comment.Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg, meanwhile, is in high demand: The Senate Commerce Committee on Tuesday demanded he respond to the Times‘ weekend report.Sens. John Thune (R-SD) and (D-FL) also wrote to the young CEO, Reuters reported; they asked whether Facebook audited partnerships with device manufacturers under a 2011 consent order with the Federal Trade Commission.The letter also inquired whether Zuckerberg wanted to revise his April testimony before the Senate—when he answered questions about the company’s mishandling of data.Facebook said it looks forward to addressing any questions the Commerce Committee has, according to Reuters.Among the 60 companies mentioned by the Times are “many household names,” Archibong said, such as Amazon, Apple, Blackberry, HTC, Microsoft, and Samsung.Editor’s Note: This article was updated on June 7 with comment from Huawei.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.last_img read more

Unemployment rate down to 38 for the month of May

first_img 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 SettingsThe May jobs report is in and unemployment is down.The unemployment rate dropped to 3.8 percent last month, the lowest rate since the year 2000.More than 200 thousand jobs were created in May, which is better than economists had forecast.It’s also better than the monthly average for 2018.KUSI was joined by USD Economist Alan Gin with more. June 1, 2018 Posted: June 1, 2018 Unemployment rate down to 3.8% for the month of May KUSI Newsroom, KUSI Newsroom Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

California Lawmakers Could Change Law to Help Utilities Offset Wildfire Risk

first_imgCalifornia Lawmakers Could Change Law to Help Utilities Offset Wildfire Risk Posted: August 1, 2018 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 SettingsSanDiego (KUSI) California lawmakers are trying to figure out how to prevent deadly wildfires and who should pay victims.Senator Ben Hueso was on Good Morning San Diego to talk more about the issue. Andrea Tobias August 1, 2018 Andrea Tobias, Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News Tags: Senator Ben Hueso, Wildfires FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

New Norwegian champ Joar Ulsom wins 2018 Iditarod

first_imgJoar Ulsom at the Rainy Pass checkpoint early in the 2018 Iditarod. (Zachariah Hughes/Alaska Public Media photo)Joar Leifseth Ulsom has won his first championship in the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race. And for the first time in seven years, someone with a last name other than Seavey has won the race.Listen nowThe 31-year-old Ulsom, who ran his first Iditarod only five years ago, pulled under Nome’s Burled Arch early Wednesday morning at 3 a.m. with eight dogs to claim first place in Iditarod 46. Ulsom’s win makes him the first foreign-born musher to win the 1,000-mile sled dog race since fellow Norwegian Robert Sørlie in 2005. The older musher’s legacy has been a huge influence.“It’s been a dream for me. Since he won it, I’ve been watching him,” Ulsom said after arriving on Front Street. “It’s just, it feels good.”Ulsom’s first title comes after an upset on Monday when Girdwood musher Nicolas Petit, then in the lead, took a wrong turn down a stretch of trail on the Bering Sea coast between Shaktoolik and Koyuk. The mistake ultimately cost Petit about an hour and a half to get back on the right course and allowed Ulsom to take the lead, which he maintained for the remainder of the 200-plus miles to Nome.Ulsom didn’t know how close Petit was to him at points.“When I left Koyuk, he was sleeping, or pretending to be sleeping, so I had no idea he was coming out right behind me,” Ulsom explained.Brutal winds and fresh snow slowed dog teams on the Yukon River, part of what Ulsom described as an overall challenging route this year.“It was a slow trail, a soft trail. We had wind and it was just — every leg was more challenging than the other legs,” Ulsom said.For the first time in five years, the trail took the southern route through the ghost town of Iditarod and three smaller Yukon River communities. Ulsom’s rookie year was the most recent running of that trail.Ulsom has placed in the top ten in all of his six Iditarod finishes. Beginning with his 2013 rookie run, Ulsom’s rise to Iditarod champion has been swift. He took seventh place and Rookie of the Year in his first Iditarod. That year, he also set the record, which he still holds, for all-time-fastest rookie to finish the Last Great Race with a race time of 9 days, 12 hours and 34 minutes.This year, he was only about a half-hour faster, with a total race time is 9 days and 12 hours, even.Ulsom wins at least $50,000 and a new truck for his victory, along with prize-money from earlier awards along the trail.Petit arrived in Nome a little more than two hours later in second place, pulling under the Burled Arch at 5:15 a.m. with 10 dogs. Defending champion Mitch Seavey arrived in third place a little after 8 a.m.For even the top competitors, the 2018 Iditarod was one of the longer races in recent years. The last time a leader took more than nine days to reach Nome was 2013 along the same southern route.Since 2012, Mitch Seavey and his son Dallas have traded off victories.last_img read more

Its Disha Patanis birthday and Tiger Shroff has posted videos of them

first_imgDisha Patani and Tiger Shroff.InstagramIt’s Disha Patani’s birthday and Tiger Shroff has posted videos of them together. Bollywood beauty and fitness icon Disha Patani was born on June 13, 1992 in Bareilly. The actress is rumoured to be dating actor Tiger Shroff, and both of them as a couple and individually are hugely popular among young kids and college-goers.Althouth Tiger Shroff and Disha Patani have not confessed to their relationship, they are often spotted together, eating out or just exercising together. They do not shy away from showing off their unique friendship. Tiger Shroff has wished Disha Patani on her birthday by posting fun videos of them dancing together! “Happy birthday D! ❤❤❤ @dishapatani”, says Tiger on Instagram.When International Business Times, India, asked Tiger Shroff about his relationship rumours with Disha Patani, he simply said, “It’s a part and parcel of the game. It’s fine. She makes me look good; she’s such a good-looking girl!” In fact, Disha Patani recently revealed that she wants to take the relationship to the next level but Tiger is just not interested. Though we find it hard to believe, for now, we shall take her word for it.Tiger Shroff’s father, Bollywood’s favourite Jackie Shroff, is also fond of Disha and is glad that his son has finally found a best friend and that it’s a girl.”Tiger has spent 25 years of his life without a girlfriend. Abhi ek hai to usko rehne do na… he’s found a girlfriend and I am very happy about it. Lekin usko ek tichki diya hai maine. He understands the meaning of life, and how it’s led within a social framework. He knows that he can never cross that line of decency and he never does,” Jackie Shroff had told Bombay Times in an interview.”Tiger found his first friend, who is a girl, at 25. Till then he never looked around. They share the same passions, dance and work-out together. She comes from a family of army officers, so, she understands the value of discipline. Who knows they may get married in future or remain friends for life. For now, they are just friends,” revealed Jackie.Take a look at the video posted by Tiger Shroff for Disha Patani!last_img read more

Burt Reynolds – Ladies Loved Him Men Wanted to be Him

first_imgThe swaggering star who for much of his career seemed to be having as much fun making movies as audiences did watching them, died of cardiac arrest in his Florida home on September 6, 2018. He was 82. Memories and tributes pour in from those who worked with Reynolds and were close to the actor, who was No. 1 at the box office for a time in the 1970s.In his autobiography, he said, “I was Number One at the box office five years in a row, which I don’t think anybody has done since. In 1978, I had four movies at once playing nationwide. If I met you then, I’m sorry.”Reynolds in April 2011. Photo by Photobra CC BY SA 3.0Sally Field, who had a relationship with Reynolds for five years, said in a statement, “There are times in your life that are so indelible, they never fade away. They stay alive, even 40 years later. My years with Burt never leave my mind. He will be in my history and my heart, for as long as I live. Rest, Buddy.”Sally Field in 2012. Photo by MingleMediaTVNetwork CC BY-SA 2.0Reynolds said in interviews that Field was “the love of my life.” He married and divorced twice, to Judy Carne and to Loni Anderson.“He was a trailblazer. He showed the way to transition from being an athlete to being the highest paid actor, and he always inspired me,” said Arnold Schwarzenegger.Reynolds and Loni Anderson at the 43rd Primetime Emmy Awards. Photo by Alan Light CC BY 2.0Singer Dolly Parton, who co-starred with Reynolds in The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, posted a photo of them on the set and wrote, “You will always be my favorite sheriff, rest in peace, my little buddy. I will always love you, Dolly.”Reynolds with the Citrus Queen at Garnet and Gold Football Game, Florida State University, 1963.Actor Patton Oswalt posted, “Burt Reynolds & Clint Eastwood were fired from GUNSMOKE & RAWHIDE at the same time. Burt was told he couldn’t act and Clint his neck was too skinny. In the parking lot, Burt said to Clint, ‘I dunno what you’re gonna do, but I’m gonna take acting lessons.’ ”Photo of Burt Reynolds and John Williams from the Twilight Zone episode The Bard.Many friends made affectionate remarks about Reynolds’ fame as a male sex symbol. He posed for the centerfold of Cosmopolitan magazine in 1972.Ryan Reynolds tweeted “He did it first. And best. And naked.”Reynolds may be best known for his hits like Smoky and the Bandit, The Longest Yard, Hooper, and Semi-Tough, but he came to serious attention in John Boorman’s 1972 thriller Deliverance, which cast Reynolds him as macho outdoorsman Lewis Medlock. Reynolds called it “by far” his best film.Photo of the main cast for the television program Gunsmoke in 1963. From left Amanda Blake (Miss Kitty), James Arness (Matt Dillon), Milburn Stone (Doc Adams), and Burt Reynolds (Quint Asper).“I thought maybe this film is more important in a lot of ways than we’ve given it credit for,” he said in an interview years later.He took pride in doing his own stunts, including going over a waterfall in Deliverance. But in recent years, he said his health suffered because of it.“I went over the falls in Deliverance and I hit a rock and cracked my tailbone,” Reynolds said in an interview. “I tell everyone I was a 31-year-old guy in great shape before I went over the falls.”Publicity photo of Burt Reynolds from the television program Dan August.In a story in Business Insider published two years ago, Reynolds said he wished he let his longtime stuntman, Hal Needham, step in a few more times.“When it’s cold and I’m limping around I think, ‘Why didn’t I let Hal make some money and I just sit down?’ ” Reynolds said. “But you can’t go back.”In 1996, the year before he made an award-winning comeback in Boogie Nights, Reynolds declared bankruptcy.Read another story from us: “Bohemian Rhapsody” – The Long Road to Freddie Mercury Hitting the Big ScreenHe told Vanity Fair, “I’ve lost more money than is possible because I just haven’t watched it. I’ve still done well in terms of owning property and things like that. But I haven’t been somebody who’s been smart about his money. There are a couple of actors who are quite brilliant with the way they’ve handled their money… But they’re not very good actors.”Nancy Bilyeau, a former staff editor at Entertainment Weekly, Rolling Stone, and InStyle, has written a trilogy of historical thrillers for Touchstone Books. For more information, go to www.nancybilyeau.com.last_img read more

A Cozumel hotel removes coatis to benefit tourists

first_imgCozumel, Q.R. — A hotel in Cozumel has been given the go-ahead to remove approximately 40 coatis from the island saying the wildlife bother tourists.The federal government authorized the unnamed hotel, which is located in the south part of the island, to capture and relocate about 40 coatis which are a native species to the island. The animals are to be moved to the mainland at Puerto Morelos.The reason the hotel gave for the move was that the animals “bothered tourists.”“Hotel investments are welcome, but entrepreneurs must leave a large clean area so that natural species can continue to live there,” said Guadalupe Álvarez Chulim, of the Civil Association Cielo, Tierra y Mar.Guadalupe Álvarez ChulimWithout giving a name, she said that a federal environmental official told her of the hotel’s request to transfer the coatis and remove them from their natural habitat.The Wildlife Office of Semarnat authorized the transfer. The concern is that the coatis of Cozumel are different from those of those on the mainland. Environmentalist worry that their genetics could be modified through breeding, a reason for which the officials who approved the transfer have been reported.Álvarez Chulim says that the natural beauty of Cozumel has to remain intact.The hotel, which remains unnamed, has allegedly been denounced on social media platforms in the past, being accused of poisoning the coatis for the benefit of the tourists who stay at their hotel.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)last_img read more

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first_imgIn this Monday, May 25, 2015 photo, Afghan first lady Rula Ghani speaks during an interview with The Associated Press at the presidential palace in Kabul, Afghanistan. Rula Ghani has been quietly breaking conventions since she became first lady in a society that traditionally keeps its women behind closed doors. In the eight months since her husband, President Ashraf Ghani, acknowledged her as his life partner in his inauguration speech, she has spoken out on a range of contentious issues violence against women, the rule of law and the power of religion. (AP Photo/Rahmat Gul) KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Afghanistan’s first lady has broken numerous conventions in a society that traditionally sequesters women behind closed doors — speaking out on issues such as violence against women, the rule of law and the power of religion. But perhaps Rula Ghani’s biggest taboo breaker is simply being the country’s first presidential spouse in decades to be seen and heard in public. The Ghanis returned to Kabul 12 years ago, “so I have some inkling of what is happening” in Afghanistan, she said.She has resisted the expectations of others — such as suggestions she become an advocate for women’s rights in a country regularly labelled as one of the worst places in the world to be a woman. Her inclusion in Time magazine’s 100 most influential people of 2015 was flattering but premature, she said, recalling Andy Warhol’s quote that everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes.“What I’ve said from the beginning is that I am going to try to help all the vulnerable populations in Afghanistan — and to a certain extent that’s the majority of Afghanistan,” she said.Inevitably, women are the focus of her work, though she denounces what she says is a Western media portrayal of Afghan women as victims of misogynistic social and religious traditions.“One of my roles is to tell the world that they are very strong women, indeed living in very challenging conditions, showing a lot of resilience, a lot of resourcefulness, and that they need to be recognized for that, not for their weakness, their alleged weakness,” she said. Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility When her husband, President Ashraf Ghani, took the helm of the nation eight months ago, he did something unprecedented — he introduced his wife in his inaugural speech.From that moment on, Rula Ghani has done what first ladies often do in democracies, attending public events alongside her husband and speaking before audiences on current issues. But her words have always been soft-spoken, measured and delivered away from the center stage of the Afghan political scene.“I don’t do politics,” she tells The Associated Press. What she does do, she says, is listen.Since September, hundreds of people have streamed through her cool, wood-paneled meeting room to share their problems and seek the first lady’s advice. She says she sees herself as “a counsellor … a listening post” — someone fulfilling a need for a feminine presence close to the heart of the Afghan government.The last time Afghanistan had a first lady with such a public profile was almost a century ago, but few today remember Queen Soraya, who was forced into exile in 1929 after King Amanullah abdicated. Soraya’s modern approach to women’s issues and her refusal to wear a veil shocked many Afghans, and history texts hold her partly to blame for the demise of the monarchy. In her meetings, she says she has seen indications that Afghans might be turning the corner. “I see it from the people who have come here, and how they are starting to raise certain issues that they didn’t raise before — such as whether or not women should be able to walk in the street without being harassed,” she added.It’s about getting back to respect — something she says is “embedded in Afghan culture,” despite the layers of war, poverty and discrimination.“If you have a harmonious society where people within the family are living in harmony … knowing what their responsibilities and duties are, and knowing how to resolve their issues and their conflicts without violence, then violence against women will be reduced, and women will feel they have a voice,” she says.___Follow Lynne O’Donnell on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/lynnekodonnellCopyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Zinat Quraishi Karzai, the wife of President Ghani’s predecessor, Hamid Karzai, was called the “invisible first lady” and in one of her rare interviews, she said Afghanistan wasn’t ready to see a first lady at her husband’s side.Rula Ghani begs to differ and insists that Afghanistan is going through profound change. “I seem to have answered a need that was there. I think previous first ladies were not accessible,” she says. “And I am accessible.”The learning curve has been steep and she learned from her missteps.Early on, she was quoted as approving France’s ban on the all-encompassing women’s veil, known as the burka or niqab — comments that were taken out of context, she says. A ferocious backlash from conservative and religious figures followed, and her husband’s political enemies claimed she and her children were neither Afghan nor Muslim and as such unacceptable to the Afghan people.But she is Afghan, as well as American and also Lebanese by birth — a heritage that has given her fluency in English, French, Arabic and Dari.Born in 1948, she was brought up in a Christian family and met her future husband at the university in Beirut. After they were married, the couple moved to the United States, where they lived for 30 years. She studied journalism at Colombia University and had two children — daughter Mariam, who is an artist in Brooklyn, and son Tarek, an economist who also lives in the U.S. New Year’s resolution: don’t spend another year in a kitchen you don’t like Sponsored Stories Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sobercenter_img Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement The overarching problem in Afghanistan, she said, is that after more than 30 years of war, violence has become the norm. And it is the Afghan women — sold into marriage and often beaten or killed with impunity, despite constitutional protections — who are the most vulnerable.“The whole fight to reduce violence against women is within the fight of reducing (all) violence, period. It is within the process of trying to bring back peace to this country,” she said.She cited the “horrible, barbaric tragedy” of Farkhunda, a woman beaten to death in March at a Kabul shrine by a frenzied mob after being falsely accused, by a peddler who portrayed himself as a mullah, of burning a Quran. The attack sparked protests in Afghanistan and reverberated around the world, highlighting the brutality women face in the country’s conservative society. Earlier this month, four defendants in the case were sentenced to death and eight to 16 years in prison each. Eleven policemen charged with dereliction of duty for not preventing Farkhunda’s death were sentenced to one year each in prison.The case has “shaken the nation,” she says. It has also “really opened up the eyes of people … we don’t want to live in a society in which violence is the rule.” New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies ErrorOKFree Rate QuoteCall now 623-889-0130 ErrorOK Arizona families, Arizona farms: providing the local community with responsibly produced dairy Top Stories 3 international destinations to visit in 2019 Comments   Share   last_img read more

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