Kolkata: Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday announced regularisation of services of guest lecturers, part-time teachers and whole-time contractual college teachers, while at the same time coming down on the para-teachers and government employees for resorting to frequent agitation, pressing for their demands.She also made it clear that the service of the teachers would be ensured till 60 years, along with a gratuity hike for the teachers from Rs one lakh to Rs 3 lakh. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari Puja”The state government would designate the guest lecturers, part-time teachers and whole-time teachers of colleges as ‘State Aided College Teachers’ (SACT). They will be divided into two categories- those who meet UGC criteria would come under Category I, while those who do not meet the UGC criteria would come under Category II,” Banerjee announced at the administrative review meeting of Howrah district at Sarat Sadan. In Category I, teachers with above 10 years of teaching experience would get Rs 30,000 per month and those with less than 10 years experience would be paid Rs 26,000. Under Category II, teachers with above 10 years experience would be paid Rs 20,000, while those with up to 10 years experience would be paid Rs 15,000. Also Read – Bengal civic volunteer dies in road mishap on national highwayPresently, as per figures of the state Higher Education department, there are around 13,500 such teachers in colleges, who will come under the ambit of SACT. “There will be pay protection for the teachers who currently receive higher remunerations. The teachers will get a pay hike in remuneration at the rate of 3 percent every year. Earlier it was 3 percent in three years,” Banerjee added. The Chief Minister made it clear that henceforth colleges cannot appoint any teacher without approval of the state Higher Education department and the teachers would have to take the number of classes as prescribed by the government. “During the Left Front’s tenure, the governing bodies of colleges had appointed these teachers with a paltry remuneration. These teachers had approached us and we have now decided to regularise them,” said Partha Chatterjee, state Education minister. Banerjee also hit out at the para-teachers agitating over demand of wage hike. “These teachers recruited by the erstwhile Left Front government were getting only Rs 4,000 in 2012. We have increased it to Rs 8,000 in 2018. Now, within one year, they are demanding another hike. They are threatening to call a strike. I respect teachers but what kind of educators are they who refuse to attend classes by joining a strike?” she questioned. She also hit out at a section of government employees for their continuous demand for dearness allowance (DA). “Bengal is the only state in the country that provides pension. Tripura used to give pension but it has stopped now. The IPS and IAS officers don’t get pension either. Even after paying Rs 56,000 crore as debt we provide 123 percent DA. Despite doing so much, the demands continue. Should we go on meeting their demands and stop services for common people?” she asserted. Banerjee said that DA will be given to the maximum extent possible, after receiving recommendations from the pay commission.
OTTAWA — The Department of National Defence is pushing ahead with plans to extend the lives of Canada’s four submarines, with the head of the navy hoping some work will start soon.Royal Canadian Navy commander Vice-Admiral Ron Lloyd says the fact one submarine was recently in Asia while another was in the Mediterranean is proof the fleet has turned a corner after a troubled start.Lloyd says defence officials are now working through the details to extend the lives of the submarines and make sure they can continue to operate into the 2030s.More extensive work is expected to start in three or four years, but Lloyd says efforts are underway to start some minor upgrades before the end of the fiscal year in March.The plan comes as countries around the world have stepped up investments in their submarine and antisubmarine fleets to protect their waters — and operate in waters not under their control.NATO has specifically raised concerns about Russian submarines in the North Atlantic, while Canadian frigate commanders patrolling in the Atlantic and Mediterranean have reported detecting more foreign submarines.The Canadian Press
Rabat – The construction of the subway in Abidjan, Ivory Coast will be funded by Morocco’s Groupe Banque Centrale Populairde (GBCP) and its subsidiaries.GBCP’s subsidiaries Banque Atlantique Côte d’Ivoire (BACI) Mali and Bénin, as well as Atlantique Finance have financed a loan of nearly €40 million (CFAC 26.2 billion) to Abdijan’s Rail Transport Company (STAR), according to Maroc Hebdo news.The loan terms for the construction of the Abidjan Metro were made official in an agreement signed by BACI and STAR in presence of Morocco’s Groupe Banque Centrale Populaire’s President Mohamed Benchaaboun, BACI revealed in a statement. According to the same source, the idea behind the construction of the Abidjan Metro was born from an initiative by Ivory Coast’s government to expand the country’s transportation system.The new railway system will be a link between urban and suburban areas, connecting Anyama to the town of Port Bouet and ending at Félix Houphouët-Boigny International Airport.In a statement issued by GBCP, the Moroccan group expressed its pride in supporting its subsidiaries to further the economic and social development of Ivory Coast.The €40 million funding will enable STAR and its affiliates to perform the necessary studies and prepare the construction of the urban railway, which will be allegedly functional by 2019-2020.Abidjan Metro is expected to alleviate some of the heavy traffic in Abidjan, Ivory Coast’s economic capital and the most populous French-speaking city in West Africa.With a population of more than 4.7 million people, according to the 2014 Ivory Coast census, the city of Abidjan has been seeking sustainable solutions to curb traffic and improve transportation choices.
Rabat – The organizing committee for the 2019 African Cup of Nations (CAN 2019) has removed the flag of the self-proclaimed Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) from the competition’s ticketing system.The decision comes after Morocco’s Royal Football Federation (FRMF) contacted the organizing committee as well as the African Confederation of Football (CAF) to denounce the “provocative move.”The inclusion of the flag had also been strongly condemned by Moroccan media questioning Egypt’s position regarding Morocco’s territorial integrity as the so-called SADR is neither a member at CAF nor the International Football Federation (FIFA). Read Also: Egypt Lists Polisario’s Flag in Ticketing System for CAN 2019The Egyptian Football Association argued that it was not responsible for the inclusion of the separatist flag and that it is “foreign company” who is responsible for managing the ticketing platform.Morocco considers any action in favor of the separatist as a red line for its territorial integrity.This is not the first time that Cairo has provoked Rabat with regard to the Western Sahara conflict. Last month, A Moroccan delegation condemned the presence of a Polisario delegation at an African Union conference held in Egypt.The Egyptian ambassador to Rabat, however, denied that Egypt has any hostile intent against Morocco’s territorial integrity, emphasizing that Cairo is a “very strong ally” to Morocco and would never challenge Rabat’s interests.According to the ambassador, Polisario’s presence was an AU requirement.“I can assure you that our position on Western Sahara is clear,” he said. “Egypt has not and will never recognize what is called Polisario,” he added.
Toronto-Dominion Bank is halting the use of its credit cards to buy cryptocurrency as it conducts a review of the “evolving market.”The recent decision follows moves by several U.S. banks to stop allowing credit card purchases of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.“At TD, we regularly evaluate our policies and security measures, in order to serve and protect our customers, as well as the bank,” a TD spokesperson said in an emailed statement Friday.Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are like the Bre-X stock — they will leave investor hopes in tattersCryptocurrencies could go mainstream with the help of these coinsThe value of Bitcoin soared last year, trading for more than $20,000 per Bitcoin. Since then, the value of the cryptocurrency has come off its all-time highs and trades for around $13,000, but remains up significantly from where it was a year ago.Royal Bank said Friday it does allow its credit and debit cards to be used for transactions involving cryptocurrency in limited circumstances. However, the lender also cautioned clients about the possibility of a sudden drop in the value of cryptocurrencies which “could expose them to substantially higher debt levels than they are able to repay.”“We do recognize that regulatory, risk and other external environmental factors relating to cryptocurrency continues to evolve,” an RBC spokesperson said in an emailed statement. “As such, we continue to review our policies to consider how we can best support clients.”The Bank of Nova Scotia is also looking closely at its cryptocurrency transaction policy.“We understand that regulatory and risk factors related to cryptocurrency continue to evolve and as a result, we are closely reviewing our policies with respect to cryptocurrency transactions,” a Scotiabank spokesperson said in an emailed statement.The Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce and the Bank of Montreal did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
Expressing “deep concern” at the continuing plight of missing Kuwaitis and nationals of other countries remaining in Iraq in the aftermath of the Persian Gulf war, members of the Security Council today urged Baghdad to resume its cooperation with all bodies dealing with the issue.In a press statement, the Council President, Ambassador Moctar Ouane of Mali, said the members expressed their unanimous support for Secretary-General Kofi Annan’s High-level Coordinator, Ambassador Yuli Vorontsov, and urged Baghdad to cooperate fully with him. They also stressed the importance of the work of the International Committee of the Red Cross and the Tripartite Commission “in solving this humanitarian issue,” the statement said, calling for the matter to be “resolved urgently.””Members of the Council expressed their deep concern [over] the continuing refusal of the Iraqi Government to cooperate in returning stolen Kuwaiti properties, specifically the Kuwaiti national archives, and called upon Iraq to put an end to this issue urgently,” the President said.The statement was released after the Council held a closed-door meeting to review the Secretary-General’s latest report, which stressed that over the past four months, Iraq had “continued its approach of non-cooperation with the High-level Coordinator.” The report noted that Ambassador Vorontsov remained ready to meet with Iraqi officials at any time and any place. “It is my strong conviction that a dialogue between the Government of Iraq and Ambassador Vorontsov would bring positive results in the search for a solution to the humanitarian issues with which he has been entrusted,” the Secretary-General wrote.
Mr. Annan, who is in Madrid today, prepared for tomorrow’s meeting by conferring with his Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process, Terje Roed-Larsen, spokesman Fred Eckhard told the press in New York.The meeting, to be held in the Spanish capital, will include the participation of US Secretary of State Colin Powell, Spanish Foreign Minister Josep Pique representing the rotating Presidency of the European Union, European Security Chief Javier Solana, and Russian Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov. Participants are expected to issue a joint declaration following their meeting.The quartet has met only once previously at this level, during the General Assembly session last Fall in New York. “The principals have remained in touch mainly by phone since, and they have been coordinating regularly on the ground,” Mr. Eckhard said.
Kamalesh Sharma, the chief of the UN Mission of Support in East Timor (UNMISET), said that UN police have also arrested 10 people for looting and that a quantity of stolen property – including three vehicles, television sets and refrigerators – has been recovered. The police are in the process of identifying the owner of the goods.Mr. Sharma said that some discipline problems were evident within the Timor-Leste Police Service (TLPS) during the riots that took place 4 December, and immediate steps have been taken to deal with it. They include the suspension, pending investigation of conduct, of six TLPS officers, three of who were members of the National Security Coordination Unit, one from the Dili District Investigation Unit, one from the Marine Unit and one from the Police Headquarters Security Unit.Meanwhile, the UNMISET chief announced that the UN probe into the violence continues and that UN police have requested the public to share any information it has – including film and still pictures – in order to advance its investigation. Mr. Sharma thanked those witnesses who have already come forward to provide information to investigators.
United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan strongly condemned today what he called a senseless terrorist bombing at a shrine in Islamabad, Pakistan, that reportedly killed at least 20 people and injured many more.Mr. Annan was “outraged by the repeated targeting of civilians at their place of worship,” his spokesman said in a statement.“The Secretary-General calls on authorities to spare no effort to bring those responsible to justice, and he appeals for calm on the part of all Pakistanis. His heart goes out to the bereaved families and to those injured in the attack,” the spokesman said.
Brendan Pearson, Chief Executive, Minerals Council of Australia (MCA), says: “The minerals sector is disappointed that the Labor Opposition has turned its back on the reform effort initiated by the Gillard Government to streamline Australia’s duplicative federal/state approach to environmental approval processes.“Four years after recognising that parallel federal and state regulatory processes were inefficient and costly, the Labor Party’s Environment Policy will entrench duplication.”The Gillard Government was right when it argued that removal of unnecessary duplication could provide both more effective management of the environment and cut the red tape for job-creating projects. At the time, then Prime Minister Julia Gillard said: “What we want to work towards here is a streamlined system, so that projects don’t go through two layers of assessment for no real gain… it’s double the time, things that have been required for the first assessment are required in a slightly modified form for the second assessment, so they don’t even get the benefits of just uplifting the work and re-presenting it, it’s got to be redone. So clearly that is an inefficient system.”The streamlining of approvals approach initiated by Julia Gillard and developed by the Coalition Government would facilitate better co-ordination on both state matters and those of national significance, enabling a more strategic approach to environmental protection across regions.The evidence in support of a more streamlined approach has been consistent and compelling.Reviews of the EPBC Act by respected bureaucrat Dr Allan Hawke, the Productivity Commission, and the Council of Australian Governments have concluded that duplicative processes could be reformed without weakening environmental protections. The 2009 Hawke Review recommended that “the Commonwealth should give full faith and accredit state systems that are proven to provide good environmental outcomes”. The Productivity Commission said in 2013 that a “one project, one assessment, one decision” framework for environmental matters was the best way to address directly overlapping and duplicative processes, while ensuring progressive environmental outcomes.A range of analyses including by the Australian National University, the Department of Environment, Deloitte Access Economics, Port Jackson Partners, BAEconomics and the Business Council of Australia, has highlighted the cost burden imposed by duplicative approvals processes.According to the Department of Environment, duplication costs business A$426 million annually. A one-year delay can reduce the net present value of a major mining project by up to 13% and cost up to A$1 million every day.“The benefits of reform are substantial. Reducing Australia’s long and duplicative assessment and approvals processes for mining by one year (down from the present average of over three years) could improve Australia’s competitiveness, attract tens of billions of investment and tens of thousands of jobs over the next decade. The mining industry supports strong environmental protections – the industry is the third largest direct employer of environmental scientists. But duplicative approaches don’t improve environmental outcomes they simply delay projects at the expense of jobs, investment and better living standards.”
As the American launch of Windows Phone 7 drew closer, rumors swirled about that a secret fifth handset would hit stores on November 8th: Dell‘s Venue Pro.According to these rumors, the Dell Venue Pro would feature a 4.1-inch touchscreen, 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU and a slide-out QWERTY keypad. It would be sold exclusively at Microsoft’s seven flagship retail stores on November 8th, and follow with a wider release on Dell’s website starting November 15th.AdChoices广告Well, it appears those rumors were true. We’re hearing reports that customers are successfully buying the Venue Pro at Microsoft’s retail locations, but they are selling out fast. How much will a Venue Pro cost you? It costs $199 on contract, or $449 unlocked… which isn’t bad at all, truth be told.Microsoft’s stores are only selling the Venue Pro in one configuration, but when it launches on Dell’s web store later this month, it will come in two storage configuration: one 8GB, one 16GB. The Venue Pro is just the latest example of Dell and Microsoft’s alliance in the smartphone wars. Last week, Dell shifted its employees off of Blackberries to Windows Phone 7 and Android devices. Expect Dell — along with a lot of other OEMS — to start jumping feet first into the smartphone fray over the next year. Microsoft wants to win the smartphone wars, and they want to do it by making their traditional computer partners into smartphone manufacturers.
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Greek Canadian Steve Vranakis may be changing the world as the creative director of Google Creative Lab, but this IT whiz started from humble beginnings. Born in 1971, in a poor Vancouver neighbourhood with many immigrants, among them Greeks, from a father from Sfakia (Crete) and mother from Kalamata. His grandfather was the first of the family members to leave Crete, heading to New York in 1906, with the ocean liner “Laura”. In the “Canadian mosaic”, where different nations tend to preserve their tradition rather than assimilate, he grew up as “ellinaki”. And if you go to his parental house in Vancouver now, you will think you went to Plaka, he says. As a school kid he would eat spanakopita and dolmades, while other kids had peanut butter. “They looked at me as if I was the extra-terrestrial. I was drawing constantly, all over the classroom and on my bench as well… until I got my first computer, at the age of 20,” Steve says. And that’s how it all started. His life changed when he got his first Mac computer. He started experimenting with the internet, and a great love was born. Since then, Vranakis focuses on the field of digital applications and interaction. Today, Greek Canadian Steve Vranakis works for Google Creative Lab, as creative director for Europe, Middle East and Africa markets. He has joined Google recently, after working as creative director at VCCP for eight years, overseeing award-winning campaigns for O2, Coca-Cola and Comparethemarket.com, and collaborating with some of the biggest global brands – McDonald’s, BMW, Levis, PlayStation, London Olympic Games. Acquiring a vast experience in both the on and off-line worlds of advertising, Vranakis produced some of the most successful social media campaigns to date. “The Google opportunity is a fantastic position that will allow me to combine a lot of what I’ve learnt from both the worlds of digital and advertising to hopefully make some incredible things,” Vranakis said to UK media. The founder of VCCP, Adrian Coleman, commented on successful Greek Canadian leaving his position. “When one of the world’s most respected brands in Google is interested in working with your talent you can only take that as a compliment. Steve’s been integral to the success and growth of the agency and will be sorely missed, but I couldn’t think of anyone better for the job,” he said. What Steve Vranakis loves most about his job is that the people of Google are given the opportunity to change the world. His approach is simple: to create famous work that gets talked about.
WASHINGTON, D.C. (WSVN) – A Miami dance program received an award from First Lady Michelle Obama.Aileycamp Miami was selected as one of the finalists for the 2016 National Arts and Humanities Youth Program award.The award is handed out each year by the First Lady, and it honors students and programs that counter bullying through the arts.Fourteen-year-old Janasia Johnson accepted the award, Tuesday, for her camp. “These kids represent the very best of America, and they remind us who we really are,” said Obama.Aileycamp Miami is a full scholarship program for underserved Miami-Dade middle school students.The camp challenges all of its 100 students to better themselves and their communities.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Mirza Fakhrul Islam AlamgirThe Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) on Tuesday alleged that the government deliberately denied the party permission for visiting its founder Ziaur Rahman’s grave on the occasion of ‘National Revolution and Solidarity Day’ on the pretext of the ongoing CPA conference, reports UNB.”We think the government did it deliberately on the pretext of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA) conference. They could have kept that place (Zia’s grave) out of purview of the restriction,” said BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir.Speaking at a press conference at BNP’s Naya Paltan central office, he also said their party leaders and activists, led by its chairperson Khaleda Zia, paid homage to Zia every year on 7 November in the past.”But, we’ve been deprived of it this time. Imposing section 144 in the name of the CPA conference, the government deprived us of going there to pay tribute to him [Ziaur Rahman].”The BNP leader said the government did it as it does not want political parties to exercise their democratic rights.BNP is observing what it says the National Revolution and Solidarity Day on Tuesday, marking the ‘civil-military uprising’ in 1975 with various programmes.BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia together with party leaders and activists was scheduled to place wreaths at Zia’s grave in parliament area at 10:00am today, Tuesday, marking the day.But, the government slapped ban on any sort gathering in the areas as per Section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure and it will remain in force until 11:00pm on Wednesday due to the CPA conference.Fakhrul said they have appraised the parliamentary teams of different countries joined the CPA conference of the state of Bangladesh’s democracy.”We’ve already informed them through various ways about the circumstances of our country and democracy. A Canadian parliamentary team also met our leader Khaleda Zia. A Malaysian team will meet her tomorrow [Wednesday]. So, unofficially we’ve informed the Commonwealth and its members about it,” he said.Fakhrul said the current government has obliterated democracy, the freedom expression and the rule of law, and snatched people’s all rights.”We must defeat the current ruling evil force to restore people’s rights and install a pro-people government.”
Mohammad Ashgar, 65, an Indian rickshaw puller, poses for a photograph next to his rickshaw in Kolkata on 21 April 2018. Photo: AFPMohammad Maqbool Ansari puffs and sweats as he pulls his rickshaw through Kolkata’s teeming streets, a veteran of a gruelling trade long outlawed in most parts of the world and slowly fading from India too.India’s Kolkata is one of the last places on earth where pulled rickshaws still feature in daily life, but Ansari is among a dying breed still eking a living from this back-breaking labour.The 62-year-old has been pulling rickshaws for nearly four decades, hauling cargo and passengers by hand in drenching monsoon rains and stifling heat that envelops India’s heaving eastern metropolis.Their numbers are declining as pulled rickshaws are relegated to history, usurped by tuk tuks, Kolkata’s signature yellow taxis and modern conveniences like Uber.Ansari cannot imagine life for Kolkata’s thousands of rickshaw-wallahs if the job ceased to exist.“If we don’t do it, how will we survive? We can’t read or write. We can’t do any other work. Once you start, that’s it. This is our life,” he tells AFP.Sweating profusely on a searing hot day, his singlet soaked and face dripping, Ansari skilfully weaves his rickshaw through crowded markets and bumper-to-bumper traffic.Wearing simple shoes and a chequered sarong, the only real giveaway of his age is his long beard, snow white and frizzy, and a face weathered from a lifetime plying this disappearing trade.Twenty minutes later, he stops, wiping his face on a rag. The passenger offers him a glass of water-a rare blessing-and hands a note over.“When it’s hot, for a trip that costs 50 rupees ($0.75) I’ll ask for an extra 10 rupees. Some will give, some don’t,” he said.“But I’m happy with being a rickshaw puller. I’m able to feed myself and my family.”
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whether we like it or not. General Alkali was the Chief of Administration in the Nigerian Army up till the time of his retirement. Philip Yakubu, 2016 to Dec.654, Upon arriving in Australia for the series, Credit: PAThe arrest that took place yesterday comes after McPartlins stint in rehab last year after admitting that he had problems with drink and drug addiction. and then again in January in 1985, Here she is on the cover of the 1985 National Geographic. Theresa May.
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