Majority of Goans Among 4000 Indians Duped in Dubai Forex Scam,

first_imgIt is now emerging that 4000 of the 6000 investors who have been duped by Goan Sydney Lemos, in one of the largest international financial scams, could be Indians if the assessment of many victim investors is correct.Around 6000 investors have been swindled by the Dubai-based Foreign Exchange (Forex) Trading Company, called Exential Tadawul ME through Sydney Marshal Agnelo Lemos and his wife Valany. Investors around 4000 are from India with a majority of them from Goa.Read it at Herald Goa Related Itemslast_img

Neymar leaves FIFA World Cup debacle behind, shows off poker skills

first_imgDuring the FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia, Neymar was more in news for his theatrics than his goals. Neymar was severely criticised on social media for going to ground easily. Brazil were knocked out in the quarter-finals of the World after losing 2-1 to Belgium in an entertaining match.Leaving all that behind him, Neymar earlier this month mocked himself when he posted a video on social media poking fun at his exaggerated reactions after being fouled during the World Cup. In the video he was seen teaching kids how to fall.The Brazilian superstar took some time off from playing football and tried his hands at poker.Neymar bounced back at cards this week with the aid of some well-timed bluffs, finishing an impressive sixth place in the 288-strong field of a Brazilian Series of Poker event.Watch: Brazil superstar Neymar mocks himself, teaches kids how to fallNeymar turned his R$7,000 ($1,877) entry stake into R$79,440 ($21,308) before being eliminated in the final of the High Roller event, organisers said.”I’m very happy to be playing this tournament for the first time and for reaching the final with some great players,” the 26-year old Paris St Germain forward said, moments before the final began. “This is a new experience for me.”Neymar signed up for the tournament with five of his friends on Monday and was the only one of the six to make it through to the second day.Neymar spent an astonishing 14 minutes on the ground during World CupadvertisementThe final table of nine players was scheduled to play on Tuesday night but the contestants agreed to postpone for a day to allow Neymar to attend a friend’s wedding.He returned to compete on Wednesday but after almost four hours of play was eliminated after betting big on two consecutive losing hands.Poker has in recent years become one of the ways Brazilian footballers relax away from the game.Ronaldo is a keen player and spokesman for an online poker firm, while Manchester City’s Gabriel Jesus and former Paris St Germain striker Nene also competed in Brazilian Series of Poker competitions this week, a spokesman told Reuters.(With inputs from Reuters)last_img read more

Over 220 Passengers Fall Ill on 2 Cruise Ships

first_imgzoom 228 people have gotten ill with norovirus-like symptoms on two cruise ships, which are to undergo dissinfection in San Diego, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported on Monday.106 passengers and 6 crew members onboard Celebrity Infinity caught what was confirmed by CDC to be norovirus. The virus-stricken passengers and crew exhibited symptoms such as vomiting and diarrhea.Celebrity Cruises, the owner and operator of the ship, responded to the outbreak by providing additional cleaning crew to complete public and accommodation super-sanitization cleaning and disinfection, and a staged disembarkation for active cases to limit the opportunity of illness transmission to well guests.The vessel was boarded by CDC staff in San Diego, April 13, to conduct an environmental health assessment and evaluate the outbreak and response activities.The Celebrity Infinity left San Diego on March 29 for a two-week cruise with stops in Mexico.Just one day later, 114 passengers and 2 crew members aboard Legend of the Seas reported norovirus-like symptoms such as vomiting and diarrhea. However, CDC has yet to determine the cause of the outbreak on this vessel.Royal Carribean Lines, the owner of the vessel, said that the company is ”undertaking direction from the CDC to inhibit the sickness and prevent further outbreaks.”Legend of the Seas is currently on a two week cruise that started on March 30 and continues until April 14, 2015.World Maritime News Staff; Image: RCLlast_img read more

Uljanik Plovidba Secures Debt Relief for MR Duo

first_imgzoomIllustration. Image Courtesy: Pixabay under CC0 Creative Commons license Croatian shipping company Uljanik Plovidba has reached an agreement to refinance two medium range (MR) tankers after securing a discount with existing lenders.The company was granted the permission to refinance an existing syndicated loan issued for the purchase of two tankers, Kastav and Pomer.In a stock exchange filing, Uljanik Plovidba said that it was granted an approval for the significant debt relief by a group of international banks, led by Credit Suisse AG, after months of talks.The existing credit debt, reduced by the approved discount, will be repaid in two installments. The first will amount to 95% of the total amount and will be financed by a new credit facility to be granted by a foreign lender, while the remaining 5% is to be repaid by the end of the year.Uljanik Plovidba informed that the relevant contractual and other documentation related to the refinancing of the existing credit facility and the new loan facility is expected to be finalized in early November 2018.The transaction would reduces the overall credit exposure of Uljanik Plovidba and create favorable conditions for the company’s long-term survival.World Maritime News Stafflast_img read more

New Members Appointed to Gaming Foundation Board

first_img The new board members join Hubert Devine, Joseph Marsh, and chair Russell Oehmen. The board met for the first time on Wednesday, Sept. 28. “We are proud to welcome these members to our board,” said Anne Jackman, executive director of the foundation. “We look forward to working with them to better address the consequences of problem gambling at the community level.” The Nova Scotia Gaming Foundation is a not-for-profit, arms-length government organization. It offers funding to Nova Scotia community groups and researchers to help address the consequences of problem gambling. Dave Whiting, of Yarmouth, a former RCMP officer and public administrator from South Ohio who brings 10 years of policing experience to the board. Jack Novack, of Halifax, a recipient of the Lieutenant-Governor’s Medal for Excellence in public administration and a faculty member at Dalhousie University. Jim MacCormack, of Ben Eoin, who spent 39 years in the public service with the Cape Breton Regional Municipality. Theresa O’Leary, of the Margaree Valley, who operates her own law practice and provides the board with 12 years of legal experience. Tracy Schrans, of Boutiliers Point, the principal and vice-president of Focal Research Consultants Ltd. Focal’s research is considered to be at the forefront of gambling research, both nationally and internationally. Five new members have joined the experienced and diverse board of the Nova Scotia Gaming Foundation. A former RCMP officer, an academic, a public administrator, a lawyer, and a gambling researcher are among the new appointments made by Health Promotion Minister Rodney MacDonald. “All members provide the board with a level of integrity, honesty, and trust that is expected by Nova Scotians,” said Mr. MacDonald. “Volunteer boards are one way that community representatives from many regions can work together for the betterment of the whole province.” The new members are:last_img read more

New Season of Public Events at Government House Announced

first_imgMusical performances, book readings and lectures are among the events planned for the new season of Evenings at Government House, a public event series hosted by the lieutenant governor. “The upcoming season of events at Government House promises to be entertaining, thought-provoking and has something for everyone,” said Lt.-Gov. J.J. Grant. “Mrs. Grant and I invite the public to join us this fall in celebrating the talents and achievements of our fellow citizens.” The public events are free and will be held at Government House, 1451 Barrington St., Halifax. People can register by e-mailing or calling 902-424-7001. Registration for each event will open two weeks before, on a first-come, first-served basis. Visit for more details. Scheduled events are: reading and discussion of The Promised Land – a novel of Cape Breton by Bill Conall, winner of the 2014 Stephen Leacock Medal for Humour, Tuesday, Sept. 23, 7-8:30 p.m. lecture by Donald M. Julien, The Involvement and Sacrifices of Mi’kmaq in the First World War, Tuesday, Oct. 7, 7-8:30 p.m. musical performance by Kim Harris, in association with Halifax Pop Explosion, Tuesday, Oct. 21, 7-8:30 p.m. lecture by vice-admiral (ret’d) Glenn Davidson, former Ambassador of Canada to Syria and Afghanistan, Personal Reflections on 5 Years in Syria and Afghanistan, Tuesday, Nov. 4 7-8:30 p.m. film screening of Joseph Howe: The Tribune of Nova Scotia with Dean Jobb, associate professor, school of journalism, University of King’s College, Tuesday, Nov. 18, 7-8:30 p.m. musical performance by Nova Voce, Nova Scotia’s Provincial Men’s Choir, Tuesday, Dec. 2, 7-8:30 p.m.last_img read more

ISESCO Criticizes UN Chief Statements on Morocco

Rabat – The Director General of the Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO), Abdulaziz Othman Altwaijri, expressed discontent with UN Secretary General’s statements on the Kingdom of Morocco and its national cause, saying that these comments constitute a “legally and politically unacceptable move.”The UN Chief’s statements constitute “a legally and politically unacceptable move that is at odds with the United Nations’ principles enshrined in the General Assembly’s recommendations and in the Security Council’s resolutions,” the organization said Monday in a statement. Altwaijri said that such a strange attitude of the UN Secretary General’s by the end of his term, is likely “to increase tension in the region and to threaten world peace and security.”The Director General expressed his astonishment at such a sudden shift in the position of Ban Ki-moon, which “undermines his credibility and neutrality in a case which has a clear course at the United Nations.” MWN with MAP read more

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Wanniarachchi is expected to appear in court on September 28 over the case. (Colombo Gazette) The Commission to investigate allegations of bribery or corruption filed five cases today against Nevil Wanniarachchi, the chief security officer of former President Mahinda Rajapaksa.The cases were filed over Wanniarachchi’s failure to declare his assets from the year 2010 to 2014 when he was a Major in the Sri Lanka Army.

How Companies are Building TV Sets in Virtual Reality

first_img British Airways Tests VR Entertainment on Select First-Class FlightsGeek Pick: HP Reverb Is Clear-Eyed Virtual Reality Stay on target Virtual reality isn’t just for video games. The same technology that can help to create room-scale VR is being used in television and film production as a way to ease the burden of setting up shots and going to far-off locations.CBS Digital, a self-described “studio agnostic” company stationed inside the CBS Television City in Los Angeles, have developed a new system, called Parallax–named after a camera effect where an object in view can appear in a different position when viewed from different angles–which is helping television directors to view sets in a virtual space. The company hopes that with this technology, crews can save money and focus on things such as acting and storytelling instead of scouting and framing shots.The company recently invited the press to check out its facilities, including a visual effects studio and a relatively small room covered in the familiar color of green screens. Craig Weiss, executive director at CBS Digital, led the group into the room and pointed up to a bunch of white modules poking down from every part of the ceiling.Weiss mentioned that they were optical tracking cameras. A man with a large, RED digital camera moved around the room, pointing the lens at the green screens. We watched a scene of the Griffin Conservatory in Los Angeles on a monitor. As the camera panned, so did our perspective.Optical tracking camerasWorking in the Unreal engine, visual effects experts can set up scenes in real time and block out an entire sequence. They can show it to a director, who can then decide how they want to film a scene. Because an entire location can be recreated digitally, a director can move around a space, checking out different angles and potential shots before making any large decisions. Directors can also test out lenses and technologies like blue and green screens in the virtual world. A house can be built with exact dimensions.Forensic specialists have been utilizing 3D laser scanners to digitally recreate crime scenes in a hyper-realistic fashion. The same goes for film and television engineers, who can send small scouting teams to locations to capture every angle and piece of a scene. Weiss said that a group captured two blocks in New York City, which took around 12-14 hours. Then the assets were uploaded. The team can also use a stock library of locations and objects to plan out a scene before setting it up in real time.The executives point to a shot in The Last Man on Earth, where the character played by Will Forte sets off fireworks and accidentally destroys the city of San Francisco. Obviously, the people behind the show didn’t blow up the city, but instead recreated the city digitally and put the actors in front of a blue screen. This was mapped out first in Parallax so that the director could see the optimal way of planning out that sequence.“For me, it’s like directing a stage play,” said George Bloom, executive producer at CBS Digital. He spent 14 years directing TV shows, trailers, and other content, so as he speaks, he often draws on his experiences directly behind the camera. “At the end of the day, you can just focus on that performance and bring the world here.”Directors often don’t have visual effects experience (and they shouldn’t need to), so the goal is to ensure those in charge are focusing on the things they’re good at–managing what goes on in front of the camera with actors–instead of figuring out how to set up shots at, say, a hotel in Connecticut when the production is on a studio back lot in LA.Even when actors get on the set, current technologies can be alienating. Audiences get a kick out of behind-the-scenes footage where actors have to react to a ball on a stick in front of a green screen, for instance, because we can’t imagine how it’ll translate to the screen. CBS Digital hopes that by recreating sets virtually and broadcasting them to the actual physical set, they can erase some of the discomforts.“I think having a blue screen or a green screen out there is a little disconnecting for everybody–for the actors, for the director–and for the ability for the actors and the director to see what’s going to be there and they can frame it, that all goes away,” Weiss said.As a natural extension, CBS Digital is also working to make room-scale, walkable experiences in virtual reality. It’s played around with “circular” VR, such as with Facebook 360 and Google Cardboard, but officials hope to release recreated sets and sequences from shows such as Stranger Things and Daredevil for the Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive.The Stranger Things was full-blown horror. You can watch the stars of the series freak out in the video below.The guests got to try out the VR headset–an Oculus headset set up to link with the optical tracking cameras. No scares in this one, but there was a moment where you could walk off a balcony multiple stories in the air and keep on walking.In the end, the goal isn’t to get rid of practical effects or physical sets altogether. As we’ve seen from films like the Star Wars prequels, making everything digitally is not always the smartest move. It’s about balance. The visual effects team might recreate sets in a digital space, but there are decorators and carpenters that still have to build base sets. Now that more platforms are popping up to make television, there’s even more work to be done.“What’s really a powerful thing that I want to emphasize is that we’re taking a lot of really great technology and simplifying it for filmmakers to allow them to really embrace the medium of virtual sets and visual effects and to make something that is very accessible and understandable to them,” Weiss said. “This is the stuff they love to do.”last_img read more

Woman killed six grievously hurt in vantanker collision in

first_imgMunagala (Suaryapet): One woman was killed and six others suffered injuries in a road accident that took place on NH-65 near Reliance petrol bunk on the outskirts of Akupamula village of Munagala mandal in the district on Thursday late night.According to sources and Munagala SI Dasari Mahipal Reddy, a few residents of Patapatnam of Srikakulam district of Andhra Pradesh were settled in Hyderabad. They were shifting one of their family members, Laxmamma (95), who fell sick, to their hometown in a Toofan van on Thursday night. However, Laxmamma breathed her last when the vehicle reached Suryapet town. Also Read – Secunderabad: Major General N Srinivas Rao makes farewell visit to AOC Advertise With Us Meanwhile, while their Toofan vehicle was taking a u-turn near petrol bunk on the outskirts of Munagala, a tanker hit their vehicle on the rear end. In this incident, one of the eight passengers Challa Nagamma (55) suffered severe injuries and died on the spot, while other passengers J Lokesh, J Ranga Rao, J Ramya, J Mounika, P Babu Rao and driver Ch Nageshwar Rao suffered injuries. In the incident, the dead body of Laxmamma also fell on the road. Soon after receiving information, police rushed to the spot and shifted the injured shifted to government hospital in Kodad for treatment. Later, three of the injured persons were shifted to Hyderabad for better medical care. Based on the complaint of the kin of the injured, the police registered a case and initiated the probe.last_img read more

Fresh look of Ramayana

first_imgCelebrating the launch of ‘Ramayana In Rhyme’ by two 18-year-old students Kairavi Bharat Ram and Ananya Mittal was a newer way of reviving Ramayana. A launch event was organised at the Ravi Shankar Institute of Music and Performing Arts (RIMPA) in the national Capital recently. ‘Ramayana In Rhyme’ is a contemporary interpretation of the age-old Indian epic Ramayana.Mythology has been an unapproachable subject for children. It is something that they grow up listening to but refrain from reading. ‘Ramayana In Rhyme’ is a fresh version with the current time and makes for an effortless and interesting 30-minute read. The colorful and detailed illustrations in the book successfully make the narrative even more interesting and mysterious. It is a must read for all children aged between 5–16 years.  Also Read – Add new books to your shelfThe programme featured discourses by Tina Narang, the Publisher of Scholastic India and illustrators Vandana Bist and Suvidha Mistry. Apart from being a writer, Ananya is an avid reader whereas Kairavi Bharat Ram loves her puppies, sappy romantic movies, and Japanese food. Suvidha Mistry is a freelance illustrator with a passion for all forms of art who loves to tell stories with her illustrations, sketches and photography. Since 1986, Vandana Bist’s writings and drawings have been published in various children’s magazines and books.last_img read more

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WestJet ramps up service out of YHM with Edmonton Halifax Winnipeg routes

first_img Wednesday, November 16, 2016 CALGARY — Hamilton will be seeing a lot more of WestJet next year – 40% more exactly. The airline has announced that it will be increasing capacity out of John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport by 40% in 2017 with the return of nonstop service to Edmonton and Halifax, as well as a new route to Winnipeg.Four-time weekly service to Edmonton returns Jan. 16 until Oct. 28, while daily service to Halifax returns Jan. 16 until Oct. 28. Three-time weekly service to Winnipeg starts Jan. 17 and ends on Oct. 26.By January, WestJet will offer 27 weekly departures to seven nonstop destinations out of Hamilton to meet increasing guest demand.“We are pleased to hear that WestJet will be expanding its domestic service offerings from John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport starting in 2017,” said Vijay Bathija, John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport, President & CEO. “These services will provide more options for passengers in Hamilton and the surrounding area seeking to experience the ease and convenience of flying from Hamilton International to a number of popular Canadian destinations.”More news:  AMResorts has a new Sr. Dir. of Cdn. Sales & Consortia Rel’nsFrom Halifax Stanfield International this winter, the airline will offer 19 daily flights on 15 routes. Year-over-year in January, the airline will have added more than 15% additional capacity out of Halifax.“It’s great to see WestJet growing in our region once again following their successful expansion of air service last year. Providing our passengers with additional travel options remains one of our top priorities and we look forward to WestJet continuing to play a crucial role in achieving our objective,” said Joyce Carter, Halifax International Airport Authority President and CEO.With the addition of the nonstop Winnipeg-Hamilton route, WestJet will offer 25 daily flights on 20 nonstop routes from Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport.In addition, WestJet is now Edmonton International Airport’s largest air carrier with almost 75% more seats than the next largest carrier. Overall, passengers in Edmonton have a total of 55 daily departures to 28 different destinations to choose from.More news:  Kory Sterling is TL Network Canada’s new Sales Manager CanadaAll flights will be operated on Boeing 737NG aircraft. For more information go to Posted by Travelweek Group Sharecenter_img WestJet ramps up service out of YHM with Edmonton, Halifax & Winnipeg routes Tags: Edmonton, Halifax, WestJet, Winnipeg << Previous PostNext Post >>last_img read more

Qantas faces own nightmare Christmas strike

first_img<a href=”” target=”_blank”><img src=”;cb=INSERT_RANDOM_NUMBER_HERE&amp;n=ada84479″ border=”0″ alt=””></a> Qantas may be facings its very own Christmas strike over the festive period with engineers in Sydney, Brisbane and Avalon promising to each walk off the job for five days across December and January.Qantas has acknowledged the action, but says that the Association of Professional Engineers, Scientists and Managers Australia (APESMA) will not impact its Christmas or New Year flights.Engineers are taking industrial action as they feel their demands over fatigue management and professional recognition are not being met. “There have been occurrences where in a 24 hour period, some senior engineers at Qantas were required to respond to critical complex engineering issues with less than 5 hours sleep between jobs,” said APESMA.Industrial action began from Thursday, but Qantas says it will not budge because of “scaremongering” tactics, and that demands for a 26% pay increase over three years is unreasonable and unsustainable.“The announcement by union officials refers to sporadic action that has been going on for some time, but has not disrupted Qantas operations and will not do so in the future,” said David Epstein, Qantas Group Executive Government and Corporate Affairs.“There will not be any disruption to our operations and our customers can travel with confidence… Aircraft will not be grounded or delayed and safety will, as always, remain our top priority.”Qantas says that discussions with the APESMA will continue. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: W.Xlast_img read more

Korean Air Celebrates 40 Years of Serving New York

first_imgKorean Air Celebrates 40 Years of Serving New YorkKorean Air Celebrates 40 Years of Serving New YorkKorean Air is celebrating its 40th anniversary of scheduled service between New York and Seoul.The carrier celebrated its milestone with a party at JFK on March 29th at which staff members distributed eco-bags and personal thank-you notes with each passenger’s name at the boarding gate. The 40th passenger that checked in for the flight received a complimentary economy class round-trip ticket between New York and Seoul.“Congratulations on the 40th anniversary of the New York-Seoul route! It means a lot to take part in such a meaningful event,” said Mr. Joosung Ryu, the 40th passenger that checked in for the flight.Korean Air launched scheduled service to New York on March 29, 1979, operating three times a week. In the 1970s, when foreign travel was rare, the national carrier with its Taegeuk logo served as a way for Koreans who lived overseas to feel connected to their country. It also enabled Koreans living in the eastern part of the U.S. to fly home quickly and safely.Scheduled service from between Seoul and New York increased frequency to 10 times a week in 1986. It has grown into a major route, carrying around 490,000 passengers per year, which is the second highest number of passengers among its U.S. routes, just behind Los Angeles.Korean Air currently operates flights to New York 14 times a week on an A380, seating 407 people. The entire upper deck is designated for Business Class travelers.About Korean AirKorean Air, established in 1969, is one of the world’s top 20 airlines carrying more than 26 million passengers in 2018. The airline operates over 460 flights per day to 124 cities in 44 countries on five continents; it has a modern fleet of 167 aircraft and employs over 20,000 professional employees. Korean Air’s core business includes passenger, cargo, aerospace, catering and in-flight sales. The airline’s main hub is at the Incheon (ICN) International Airport Terminal 2 which opened in 2018.Korean Air is a founding member of the SkyTeam airline alliance, which together with its 19 members annually welcomes 630 million passengers worldwide, on more than 14,500 daily flights, covering 1,150 destinations in 175 countries. The airline launched a joint venture partnership with Delta Air Lines in the trans-Pacific market in May 2018.In 2019 Korean Air celebrates its 50th anniversary. With a vision to be a respected leader in the world airline community, Korean Air is dedicated to providing excellence in flight.More on Korean Air’s programs, routes, frequencies and partners is available at Korean AirBook Flights HereSource = Korean Airlast_img read more

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