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12 November 2008Africa’s urban population is projected to more than double by 2030, defying the global trend of slower growth in the number of residents of cities, a new report from the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT) indicates. Africa’s urban population is projected to more than double by 2030, defying the global trend of slower growth in the number of residents of cities, a new report from the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT) indicates. The report shows that there will be about 759 million urban inhabitants across Africa by 2030, compared to an estimated 373 million last year, according to a press release issued by UN-HABITAT yesterday from its Nairobi headquarters. That year is also projected to be when the number of Africans living in cities matches the number living in rural areas. The continent is undergoing a broader demographic change, the report noted, as the number of city dwellers rises steadily and the greatest growth occurs not in Africa’s largest urban agglomerations, but in the so-called “intermediate cities,” which have fewer than 500,000 inhabitants each. UN-HABITAT said the implications of this swift urban growth within intermediate cities should be clear to policymakers. “African governments should start strengthening the governance capacities of their intermediate and smaller cities so that these fast-growing towns will be prepared for [a] rapid increase in new and additional demand for urban spatial planning, urban housing, urban services and urban livelihoods,” the agency said. Across the continent, the population distribution is uneven. East Africa remains the least urbanized region of the world, but its rates are growing rapidly than in any other part of Africa. But everywhere the number of people is rising, including in the biggest cities. In 1950, Alexandria and Cairo, both in Egypt, were the only African cities with more than 1 million inhabitants. Today there are at least 43 such cities. Meanwhile, in Bangkok, a UN official told a regional gathering on air quality management today that Asia-Pacific policymakers need to take a more integrated approach to managing urban growth to ensure that the region’s rapidly expanding cities are economically and environmentally sustainable. Shaoyi Li, a senior environment officer with the UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP), told participants at the meeting that all too often policies are designed in isolation and aim to tackle single issues rather than take a holistic approach. read more

TD raises mortgage rate

October 8, 2019 | mfhfzdun | No Comments

TD Canada Trust is raising the interest rate it will charge for a three-year term mortgage, matching a move earlier this week by Royal Bank.TD’s posted annual interest rate for three-year mortgages goes up by one-fifth of a point to 4.05%, starting Thursday.The bank is also offering a special five-year rate for new mortgage applications, matching RBC’s offer of 3.69%.[np-related]Canada’s major banks tend to adjust their mortgage rates at about the same time, responding to factors such as competition and fluctuations on bond markets.Most major banks had been offering three-year mortgages at 3.95% since late January until the RBC made its change, which went into effect Tuesday.There are a number of mortgage rates beyond what banks list, often available through negotiation or from alternative lenders.The Canadian PressThis story was corrected to indicate that TD Canada Trust is raising its mortgage rate, not dropping it, as was originally reported by The Canadian Press. read more

American Airlines delays Boeing Max return

October 7, 2019 | mfhfzdun | No Comments

American Airlines says it is delaying the expected return date for its Boeing 737 Max jets.The airline said Sunday that while it “remains confident” that coming software updates and training will mean recertification of the aircraft this year, it is extending cancellations for Max flights through Dec. 3.The airline says this means about 140 flights per day will be cancelled through Dec. 3. Not all flights scheduled on the Max will be cancelled, though. The airline says it will use other aircraft for some of the flights. But some flights not scheduled on the Max jets may also be cancelled.United Airlines had also delayed the Max return date through Dec. 19.Max jets have been grounded since March after two accidents that killed a total of 346 people.The Associated Press

“It has never been easy to draw the world’s attention to investment opportunities in Africa,” Mr. Annan said in a keynote address read out by Deputy Secretary-General Louise Fréchette to the African Capital Markets Development Forum in New York.”That challenge has been made even more difficult by the situation in Iraq, which has monopolized media attention, diplomatic energies and much else for many months now, and looks likely to do so for some time to come,” he said.Stressing real progress being achieved across the continent every day, Mr. Annan said it would be deeply unfair to Africans and a mistake for the world to neglect those efforts. “There can be no credible vision of a humane and peaceful world order for the 21st century that does not include a positive future for Africa,” he declared.The meeting, organized by the UN Development Programme (UNDP) and the African Stock Exchanges Association (ASEA), brought together Wall Street money managers and analysts with leaders of African stock exchanges to discuss new investment opportunities that can build African development and ways to strengthen African bourses.In her own statement to the meeting, Ms. Fréchette noted the enormous burden imposed by AIDS, but said it had not deterred African countries from trying to create an enabling environment for investment and business activity. The UN was eager to do its part in supporting such efforts, she added.”What we need is action. That’s where you come in,” Ms. Fréchette declared, noting that the Millennium Development Goals – a set of targets for combating such issues as poverty, hunger, illiteracy, environmental degradation and discrimination against women – provided a template for moving forward.”If we are to consolidate these gains and provide a catalyst for further progress, it is vital that the more experienced and established financial communities work in partnership with Africa and the United Nations,” she said. read more

by Julien Arsenault, The Canadian Press Posted Aug 15, 2014 11:11 am MDT Quebec’s Caisse de depot posts 6.7% return on investment, total assets up AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email MONTREAL – The head of Quebec’s pension-fund manager is following the situation at Bombardier Inc. (TSX:BBD.B), although he doesn’t appear unduly worried about the recent turbulence buffeting the company.The Montreal-based aerospace giant is part of an industry that is “not easy,” Michael Sabia, president of the Caisse de depot et placement, said during a conference call Friday.“Bombardier is important, not only in Quebec but in Canada, because unfortunately we don’t have enough world-class companies.”Faced with considerable expenses linked to its projects — in particular the CSeries aircraft — Bombardier recently announced a restructuring of its aircraft division which will see the dismissal of about 1,800 employees.About 1,000 other workers will be laid off in the rail division by the end of the year.“We have a very high level of confidence,” Sabia said. “It’s not an easy industry. We’re following the situation closely but, for us, it’s not an emergency.”The Caisse, whose investment in Bombardier was evaluated at $271 million as of last Dec. 31 — appeared willing to help the company out if the situation demanded.“We’d always listen,” Sabia said.Earlier on Friday, the Caisse announced it generated a return on investment of 6.7 per cent for the first six months of this year, raising its assets to $214.7 billion — up 7.3 per cent from $200.1 billion in 2013.The Quebec-based pension fund manager says its performance was consistent with a benchmark portfolio, which showed 6.8 per cent return on investment.The Caisse said the equities class, which includes stocks, had a return on investment of 8.8 per cent, up $8.1 billion in the period to $101.9 billion as of June 30, representing nearly half of the portfolio.Fixed income, which includes interest bearing investments like bonds, were at $76.3 billion as of June 30, up $3.4 billion for a return of investment of 4.7 per cent.Inflation-sensitive investments, including real estate and infrastructure, were at $33.6 billion, up $1.1 billion for a return on investment of 3.5 per cent.The Caisse manages assets for public-sector and parapublic pension plans and insurance plans. It invests in financial markets, private equity, infrastructure and real estate, globally.Given international tensions, Sabia would not guarantee a doubling of the six-month results for the rest of the year.“Ukraine, Iraq, Gaza, Syria and Libya, the geopolitical risk is high, which partly explains the decline in markets and interest rates that we have seen over the last few weeks,” he said. read more

The No. 25-ranked Ohio State women’s soccer team is still sitting on 199 wins in its program history. OSU opened Big Ten conference play on the road Sunday with a 1-1 draw against the Minnesota Golden Gophers at Elizabeth Lyle Robbie Stadium. Minnesota senior midfielder Shari Eckstrom scored in the 32nd minute to put the Gophers up, 1-0. Eckstrom gained control of the ball and fired a shot from outside OSU’s penalty area to the right side OSU senior goalkeeper Katie Baumgardner. OSU sophomore midfielder Danica Wu delivered the equalizer in the 82nd minute after firing a shot on the run that bounced off of the crossbar and into the goal. The teams then played 20 minutes of extra time and although the Buckeyes took three corner kicks, the teams couldn’t separate themselves. The Buckeyes (5-3-1) will try for win No. 200 for the third time on Friday against Illinois at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. First kick is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. read more

Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedNIS in $748.4M half year deficitAugust 19, 2019In “Business”EYEWITNESS: Equal opportunity…June 6, 2018In “EYEWITNESS”NIS reserves expected to be exhausted in 2021May 21, 2019In “Business” …but company claiming fund surplusInstead of a deficit, the Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo) is claiming that based on the last actuarial report done on their Guyana Sugar and Trading Enterprises Pension Scheme (GSTEPS), the fund reflects a surplus.Corporate Communications Manager, Audreyanna ThomasThis is according to the entity’s Corporate Communications Manager, Audreyanna Thomas, who in a statement on Tuesday noted that the last full actuarial valuation of the scheme was done in 2015. That was three years ago.“Due to the restructuring of the Corporation and the reduction of the number of employees in the scheme, the full valuation has been brought forward one year to 2017,” Thomas also related.“The actuaries will also be evaluating different models/scenarios of operation to determine the best way forward for the successful continuation of the scheme. It should be noted that the actuarial report will be completed by July 2018.”According to Thomas, the GSTEPS fund is funded by pension contributions from both GuySuCo and the returns on any investments made using the contributions. She noted that employees are paid a defined amount based on their salaries and years of service.“The contributions are held in trustee administered funds, which are separate from the Corporation’s finances and the pensioners are paid from the trustee administered funds,” she related.“Employees who have retired and are not members of the pension scheme, these include employees below junior staff level, are paid ex-gratia pensions.”“(This) used to be partially recoverable from the Sugar Industry Price Stabilisation Fund (SIPSF); this is no longer the case and these pensions are fully funded by the Corporation from its own cash resources. These employees are not required to make any contributions to a pension fund as in the case of the employees who are members of the GSTEPS scheme.”Thomas noted that current ex-gratia pensioners at the vested estates in Wales, Enmore, Rose Hall and Skeldon, continue to receive their pension from the Corporation.She added that severed employees who are eligible for ex-gratia pensions will also being paid by the Corporation.GuySuCo’s statement, however, runs counter to what is contained in the entity’s own 2016 audited financial accounts. According to that financial statement, there is a defined benefit obligation of $44 billion, contrasted with a value of assets of only $11.2 billion. This means that there is a net deficit of $32.8 billion.The audit opinion shows that GuySuCo does not have the resources to fund its liabilities including that of the pension. And since the statement does not quantify this ‘surplus’, questions remain over how this deficit will be funded.PensionWorkers have been questioning the future of their pension benefits and whether they would be treated like the bauxite workers, in Region 10 (Upper Demerara-Berbice). A senior manager who is part of the fund told this publication that, in 2002, the then Government had signed an agreement with the two large bauxite unions, providing six weeks’ severance pay for every year of service, with a cap of 104 weeks.Additionally, the Government committed to pay the pension plan deficit and bring up to date outstanding payments for NIS and PAYE. The manager said that almost $3 billion was paid out by Government to fulfil these obligations.This publication was also told that separate from the pay out, the Bauxite Industry Pension Plan (BIPP) was wound up and the full benefits were paid to all members of the bauxite industry pension plan.This is a major concern for another beneficiary of the GSTEPS pension plan, which is the largest pension plan in the country. Its officials have said there seems to be no focus on protecting the workers’ benefits and ensuring fair treatment of sugar workers.Just over 5400 sugar workers were dismissed as Government closed four sugar estates and vested their assets into the National Industrial and Commercial Investments Limited (NICIL) since the end of 2017.There is major fear that Government would shortchange the workers, a former employee told this publication on Saturday.“Instead of the workers being paid both their contribution and that of GuySuCo, workers are concerned that they may end up with far less than the same treatment enjoyed by the bauxite industry,” a former senior staff stated.The STEPS fund has a history of negative figures, but several persons have opined that with the closure of several estates and the downsizing of the industry, there will be an influx of persons into the pension system.Reports are that the Employees Retirement Benefits are in negative territory by $1.1 billion, as opposed to $2.4 billion in 2014, according to the 2015 financial statements produced by GuySuCo.And according to well-placed sources, the state of the fund has not improved.A former employee of the Corporation had told this publication that Demerara Distillers Limited (DDL) pulling out from the fund has added pressure to the fund.The employee had expressed the view that Government had to be aware of the dilemma. He said this on the basis that there was no likelihood that foreign investors would have joined the fund, as the Financial Act currently prohibits certain levels of offshore investment. read more

Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedPriyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas marry in IndiaDecember 1, 2018In “Entertainment”Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas confirm they are engagedAugust 18, 2018In “Entertainment”Meghan Markle reportedly approves of Priyanka Chopra, Nick Jonas’ engagementJuly 29, 2018In “Entertainment” Bollywood star Priyanka Chopra and US singer Nick Jonas are marrying in a Hindu ceremony, a day after exchanging vows according to Christian tradition.The couple is celebrating their nuptials with friends and family at the lavish Umaid Bhavan Palace in the Rajasthani city of Jodhpur.Priyanka Chopra during wedding celebrations on November 29, 2018Jonas and Chopra got engaged in the summer after a whirlwind romance. On social media, they said their wedding was an “amalgamation” of their families, faiths and culture.They shared pictures of the traditional mehendi ceremony, in which Chopra had her hands and feet decorated with henna by the women of both families. There was also a cricket match between Team Priyanka and Team Nick ahead of the wedding.People magazine said Saturday’s Christian ceremony was officiated by Jonas’s father Paul Kevin Jonas, a pastor. Both the bride and groom wore Ralph Lauren outfits, the designer tweeted. There ceremony was followed by fireworks.Jonas, 26, and Chopra, 36, got engaged in the summer, not long after news of their romance became public.They have since said in an interview that they first started exchanging texts in September 2016. They appeared together at the Met Gala in May 2017 as they had both been dressed by Ralph Lauren, and their relationship started making headlines around a year later.Chopra is one of Bollywood’s highest-paid actresses, having won the Miss World pageant in 2000 and going on to make more than 50 films in India.Priyanka Chopra wore a dress by Indian fashion house Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla (AFP/RAINDROP MEDIA)She broke in to acting in the US with a part in the TV series Quantico and film roles in Ventilator, Baywatch and A Kid like Jake. (BBC) read more

Dolphin Browser slammed for sharing web history

September 21, 2019 | mfhfzdun | No Comments

first_imgThe new webzine reading mode in Dolphin Browser for Android was a nice feature addition. It formats pages on supported websites nicely for reading on mobile devices… but it was doing something else that wasn’t nearly as good: passing your browsing history back to their servers using an unencrypted channel.The EFF was all over Dolphin like hair on Troy Polamalu for the gaffe, saying that — apart from being a privacy violation — it could allow an attacker to take over a user’s browsing session. That last bit is no surprise, really. Remember Firesheep? With the snooping add-on installed in Firefox, a mischievous user could hijack session data from just about any browser passing unencrypted data.As for the ding on Dolphin’s attention to privacy concerns, webzine mode didn’t appear to be passing any information that your ISP or corporate firewall — or even Google Analytics code in the sites you’re visiting — wouldn’t be gathering anyway.Nevertheless, Dolphin developer MoboTap didn’t offer a very clear explanation as to what was going on. While their original blog response mentioned that no webzine data was ever stored on Dolphin servers, the issue of insecure transmission appeared to have been overlooked. And when a pair of minor updates were delivered to the Android Market and fixed the issue, Dolphin neglected to provide any details on the second update to clarify what was being fixed.The way webzine works is very similar to how Amazon’s Silk browser and Opera Turbo work: page data is sent to a remote server first where it is then analyzed, formatted, and then passed back to the user. Silk, however, has already been given the EFF’s stamp of approval before it even debuted publicly on the Kindle Fire — and Opera has had years to make sure the bugs have been worked out of Turbo. Webzine is a new feature, and one that helps make Dolphin one of the best mobile browsers around. It’s clear that MoboTap does care about its users and their privacy from the speed with which they implemented the fixes once this issue was reported.More at Cnetlast_img read more

Lemurs Can Smell Weakness in Injured Compatriots

September 20, 2019 | mfhfzdun | No Comments

first_img Watch: Dolphin Leaps Feet Away From Unsuspecting SurferWatch: Deep-Sea Octopus ‘Billows Like a Circus Tent’ Stay on target Body odor is to ring-tailed lemurs as blood is to sharks: The Madagascan primates can identify weaker rivals with just a sniff.Sense of smell is hugely important to lemurs, which rely heavily on their acute olfaction to communicate.Males and females have potent scent glands that secrete a foul-smelling substance; the animals smear the discharge onto twigs and branches to signal a willingness to mate.Described by researcher Rachel Harris as “quite pungent and musky,” the odor is “not something you’d want to get a big whiff of.” Unless, of course, you’re a horny ring-tailed lemur looking for a good time.A team of analysts from Duke University spent nine years evaluating the bug-eyed primates at the Duke Lemur Center in Durham, NC. Between 2007 and 2016, researchers swabbed 23 animals while they received veterinary treatment for injuries.The confrontational creatures often fight over command and companions, chasing each other and biting, swatting, or pulling out fur—leaving them with various wounds ideal for testing.As it turns out, physical trauma changes the chemical cocktail of an individual lemur’s pheromone; the number of compounds in the scent decreased by 10 percent while impaired.“Our study shows that physical injury from peers dampens an animal’s scent signature, and in a way that its counterparts can detect,” Duke professor Christine Drea said in a statement.This is particularly true during mating season, when altercations are more common.And while the changes were too subtle for a human nose to recognize, other lemurs can definitely sniff the difference.According to the study, males paid more attention to wooden rods rubbed with scents of injured animals, often marking over those odors to assert their dominance.It’s fair to speculate that lemurs use this heightened sense to expose and strike weakness in competitors.“They respond more competitively when they could easily have the upper hand,” Drea said.“These animals constantly monitor the physical condition of their competitors,” Harris added, “and respond quickly to any opportunity to climb the social ladder.”Not unlike some humans I know…Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.last_img read more

first_img Preview • Microsoft rethinks the browser with Edge (hands-on) 7 Microsoft Edge E-books Microsoft News • Microsoft Edge browser will block intrusive ads Microsoft has given up on e-book sales. Microsoft Time is running out for you to read e-books purchased from the Microsoft Store. Customers have until sometime in early July. Microsoft will then delete the e-books and issue full refunds, according to the company. Microsoft didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment on specifically when e-books will disappear. The company announced the decision in early April and ended e-book purchases from the Microsoft Store. Your in-book notes will disappear in early July too. If you made mark-ups in your books before April 2, you’ll receive an additional $25 credit to your Microsoft account. Originally published April 2.Update, July 1: Notes that e-books will no longer be available starting this month. center_img Comments Tags Internet Services Digital Media Share your voicelast_img read more

first_imgRep. Chris Birch, R-Anchorage, argues over the debut of an oil tax credit bill, during a floor session of the state House, on Wednesday, February 8, 2017, in Juneau, Alaska. (Photo by Rashah McChesney/Alaska’s Energy Desk)Last session, the fight over oil tax credits was one of the biggest questions lawmakers sought to answer.  And while they did manage to pass a bill, it focused on Cook Inlet. Now, many lawmakers are saying it’s time to look at the North Slope.Listen nowThe message from the oil industry has been clear. Keep the tax structure stable, and help with new development — because it will pay off in the long run. But on Wednesday, lawmakers on a House Resources committee introduced a bill that makes deep cuts to the subsidies the state gives to the oil and gas industry. And, for a few minutes, the state House floor started to sound a lot like Britain’s House of Commons.The chaos erupted after members of the House resources committee released their much anticipated bill proposing another round of oil tax credit reforms. Or, at least, five members of the committee did. Four of them, members of the House minority Republican party, say they were never consulted.“You know we sit through a lot of meetings, Mr. Speaker, and at no time was this brought before us. As a matter of fact it was actually presented to the media, and if consensus was achieved it was done in a secret meeting,”  Rep. Chris Birch, R-Anchorage, said.  “Typically, In my experience as a committee member, I would be given the opportunity to review the bill before it would be shared with the press.”Rep. George Rauscher, R-Wasilla, during a floor session of the state House, on Wednesday, February 8, 2017, in Juneau, Alaska. (Photo by Rashah McChesney/Alaska’s Energy Desk)For at least half an hour, members of the House minority and majority caucuses argued over whose names should be on the bill, how it should be introduced, decorum in debating motions and just about everything that can be fought over besides the content of the bill. And, that debate is likely going to continue because, in its current form, the bill packs a punch.The proposed bill cuts net operating loss credits from 35% to 15% and limits the ability of companies to earn those credits if they’re producing more than 15,000 barrels of oil per day.This is a big deal for some smaller oil companies.Caelus Energy Senior Vice President Pat Foley told the House Resources committee last week that its Nuna Project on the North Slope has lost value since it was sanctioned under the state’s current oil tax regime. Lawmakers fought bitterly over changes to that regime last year.And Foley said the changes hurt Caelus’ bottom line.“For Caelus that project is now worth, to us, $0.62 on the dollar. We’re still okay. It’s still a project that can survive,” Foley said. “But we can’t stand too much more erosion at all.”The bill also eliminates the state’s credit repurchasing program in 2018. That program has gotten a lot of attention in the last two years because Gov. Bill Walker has delayed millions in payments the state already owes to companies under that program.The bill also raises the state’s minimum tax from four percent to five percent. And it hardens “the floor,” which refers to the credits that companies can take that allow them dip below the state’s four percent minimum tax rate.Rep. Geran Tarr, D-Anchorage, co-chair of the House Resources committee, gestures during a debate over the way her committee debut an oil tax credit bill, during a floor session of the state House, on Wednesday, February 8, 2017, in Juneau, Alaska. (Photo by Rashah McChesney/Alaska’s Energy Desk)Anchorage Democrat Geran Tarr, who chairs the House resources committee said the bill isn’t in its final form.“We consider this just a starting point,” Tarr said during a press conference after the floor debate. “For anyone who’s followed oil and gas issues over the last few years, you know that many, many hearings is generally several dozen hearings. So, I anticipate that will be what happens this year as well — that we will have ample opportunity for industry, for concerned Alaskans, to hear from the administration.”In its current form, the House bill could be on a collision course with the Senate. And members of the House who say the industry needs stability right now, not more pressure from the state.Anchorage Republican Cathy Giessel, who chairs the Senate resources committee said recent announcements of major new finds on the North Slope are a sign that the current tax structure is working.And Giessel said she’s not interested in having another marathon fight over oil subsidies. It’s a fight she says lawmakers have been having constantly since they started adjusting the tax credits in 2014 and tweaked them again in 2016.“So, my concern with further changes is this is further instability for our state,” Giessel said.But, while she doesn’t want to rock the boat too hard, Giessel acknowledged that the state is in a recession. She said lawmakers may need to reconsider the way tax credits are paid, so the state isn’t paying cash up front for industry investment.But if the debate over how the bill was introduced is any indication, the debate over whatthe bill does, could be deafening.last_img read more

first_imgParth Samthaan and Erica FernandesInstagramErica Fernandes is one of the most sought after actresses of the television industry in recent times. After gaining fame with her role in Kuch Rang Pyaar Ke Aise Bhi, Erica is winning hearts as Prerna in hit show Kasautii Zindagii Kay 2.Recently, the gorgeous actress, who enjoys a massive fanbase, shared a picture of hers on Instagram with a caption that read: “After swim selfie”. Erica looked refreshing in the no makeup, wet hair after swim selfie. A few days ago, the actress was not keeping well and had shared a picture of hers lying sick in bed on a day off. Given that the amount of hard work the actors put in on a daily basis, no wonder, it can take a toll on the actor’s health.The Prerna of television was also in news recently for the wrong reasons. Erica suffered wardrobe malfunction while attending a television party. The actress walked the red carpet and was ready to pose for the shutterbugs when her saree’s drape fell off. Even as Erica was quick enough to save herself from the embarrassing moment, her on-screen mother-in-law Shubhavi Choksey and sister-in-law Pooja Banerjee came forward to cover her and help her fix the saree.The actress’ personal life has also been under media glare. She is rumoured to be dating her co-star Parth Samthaan, who plays the role of Anurag on Kasautii Zindagii Kay 2. While the alleged couple has always denied the dating reports, it is being said that a lot has been brewing up between the lovebirds. The couple is going strong and is spending more time together than usual.last_img read more

first_imgIndia’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi hugs U.S. President Donald Trump as he leaves the White House after a visit, in Washington, DC. President Trump has written to the US Congress of his intent to drop India from the GSP trade list.REUTERS/Carlos BarriaIndia is not planning retaliatory action to US President Donald Trump’s move of revoking the preferential trade partner status as it will not have much impact on trade between the world’s two largest democracies. Political observers, however, believe the timing of the US decision will be seen as a set back to the claims of bonhomie between President Trump and Prime Minister Narendra Modi ahead of a crucial general election.About $ 5.6 billion worth of Indian exports to the US benefit from the duty-free channel that the Generalised System of Preferences (GSP) offers. President Trump has intimated the US Congress his intention to withdraw this advantage to Indian and Turkish firms.A withdrawal of the GSP for Indian products would have limited impact, Secretary to the Department of Commerce Anup Wadhawan said, Business Standard reported. The two countries had been working on a trade package on matters of each other’s concerns, he added.The major Indian products covered by US GSP are agricultural products including meat and fisheries as well as handicraft products. These are the specialized products that most developing nations export. Dropping out of the GSP will affect Indian producers’ competitiveness against other developing nations.In his letter informing the US Congress of his intent to throw out India as a GSP beneficiary, President Trump argues that New Delhi has failed to assure Washington that it will provide equitable and reasonable access to its markets in numerous sectors.”I will continue to assess whether the Government of India is providing equitable and reasonable access to its markets, in accordance with the GSP eligibility criteria,” the letter said. Prime Minister Narendra Modi flagged off the NDA’s election campaign in Bihar. The timing of US move to cut India’s GSP trade list could be a setback for Prime Minister Modi’s image in the election campaign.Twitter/BJPIn a separate letter, the US president informed the Congress of his intent to terminate the GSP beneficiary designation of Turkey, primarily because the Turkish economy had improved in the last four-and-a-half decades.”In the four-and-a-half decades since Turkey’s designation as a GSP beneficiary developing country, Turkey’s economy has grown and diversified,” the letter said.”Increases in Gross National Income per capita, declining poverty rates and export diversification by trading partner and by sector are all evidence of Turkey’s increased level of economic development. In addition, Turkey has graduated from other developed countries’ GSP programs due to its increase in economic development or through reciprocal arrangements,” it added.In a statement, the US Trade Representative (USTR) said India’s termination from GSP followed its failure to provide the US with assurances that it would provide equitable and reasonable access to its markets in numerous sectors, according to the report. “By statute, these changes may not take effect until at least 60 days after the notifications to Congress and the governments of India and Turkey, and will be enacted by a Presidential Proclamation,” the USTR said.Under the United States GSP programme, certain products can enter the US duty-free if the beneficiary developing countries meet the eligibility criteria established by Congress.US decision to drop India from GSP list of nations will hit $5.6 billion exports.last_img read more

first_imgPrime minister Sheikh HasinaPrime minister Sheikh Hasina, now in London on an official visit, asked the authorities to take all precautionary measures against the backdrop of cyclonic storm, Fani, that could hit the coastal belts of Bangladesh on Friday afternoon.“The prime minister has instructed all departments concerned to take all kinds of precautionary steps and remain alert to minimise the losses of lives and property during the cyclonic storm Fani,” PM’s press secretary Ihsanul Karim told BSS.He said the PM, from the British capital, is monitoring round-the-clock the situation evolved due to the cyclonic storm.The very severe cyclonic storm Fani now lies over the West-central Bay and adjoining area, a Met office special bulletin in Dhaka said.The maritime ports of Mongla and Payra have been advised to hoist danger signal number seven and Chattogram port has been asked to hoist danger signal number six, while the Cox’s Bazar port has been advised to keep hoisting local warning signal number four, the bulletin said.“The very severe cyclonic storm over the West-central Bay and adjoining area moved north-northeastwards further over the same area,” said the bulletin.last_img read more

first_img Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email,About the authorView All Posts Share This! Share This! By: Aysha Khan ayshabkhan Share This! TagsChina Chinese Muslims homepage featured Uighur Muslims Xinjiang,You may also like Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email Russian Orthodox Church considers a ban on blessing weapons of mass destruction Share This! Aysha Khan Aysha Khan is a Boston-based journalist reporting on American Muslims and millennial faith for RNS. Her newsletter, Creeping Sharia, curates news coverage of Muslim communities in the U.S. Previously, she was the social media editor at RNS.,Add Comment Click here to post a comment Instagram apostasy stirs controversy over Christian ‘influencers’ August 30, 2019 Catholicism News • Photos of the Weekcenter_img Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email As Amazon burns, Vatican prepares for summit on region’s faith and sustainabilit … August 30, 2019 Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email,(RNS) — Two new reports conclude that China is engaging in organ harvesting and a child separation campaign against the country’s Uighur Muslim minority.China’s ambassador to the U.K., Liu Xiaoming, has denied a BBC investigation’s findings, which concluded that Muslim children in the Uighur-majority region of western Xinjiang are being systematically separated from their parents.The extensive investigation, commissioned by the BBC and led by leading German researcher Adrian Zenz, has found that more than 400 Uighur children in a single township have lost both their parents to prison or China’s vast network of internment camps.Chinese authorities have describe the camps as vocational education training centers aimed at curbing terrorism. But U.S. officials say that between 1 million and 3 million Uighurs have been arbitrarily imprisoned in “concentration camps” where detainees are indoctrinated and even tortured.Just as China began detaining Uighur adults en masse, authorities also began rapidly rolling out construction of thousands of military-style full-time boarding schools for Uighur children, Zenz found.This “weaponization of education and social care systems” is critical to “the region’s hair-raising political re-education and transformation drive,” he wrote, and seems to be a pre-emptive measure against the potential fallout of China’s “war on terror” against Uighur resistance.“Increasing degrees of intergenerational separation are very likely a deliberate strategy and crucial element in the state’s systematic campaign of social re-engineering and cultural genocide in Xinjiang,” Zenz wrote.The Xinjiang province in western China, where many Uighurs live. Map courtesy of Creative CommonsIn southern Xinjiang, Chinese authorities have spent about $1.2 billion on building and upgrading kindergarten facilities, including large-scale expansions of dormitory space and extensive security measures.In 2017 alone, the number of children enrolled in Xinjiang’s kindergartens spiked by more than half a million. Muslim minority children comprised over 90 percent of that jump, per publicly available government statistics.In these schools, Uighur and other local languages are largely banned. State directives order schools to focus on “thought education.”“Xinjiang’s schools have become like the colonial boarding schools used by the United States, Canada or Australia, to assimilate native ethnic populations,” Zenz concluded in his report.“China has declared war on faith,” Sam Brownback, ambassador-at-large for International Religious Freedom, said June 21 at an event introducing the 2018 International Religious Freedom Annual Report. “We’ve seen increasing Chinese government abuse of believers of nearly all faiths and from all parts of the mainland.”Brownback also excoriated reports that Chinese authorities have subjected prisoners of conscience to forcible organ harvesting, which he said “should shock everyone’s conscience.”The reports came from an independent tribunal initiated by the International Coalition to End Transplant Abuse in China, which confirmed long-standing allegations that China is forcefully harvesting the organs of marginalized people in prison camps, sometimes when patients are still alive.“It is no longer a question of whether organ harvesting in China is happening. That dialogue is well and truly over,” said Susie Hughes, the group’s executive director.Mihrigul Tursun, left, testifies about her experiences as a Uighur in China before the U.S. Congressional-Executive Commission on China in Washington on Nov. 28, 2018. Video screenshotOn June 17, the tribunal reported that “forced organ harvesting has been committed for years throughout China on a significant scale,” making practitioners of the beleaguered Falun Gong spiritual movement one of the country’s main sources of organs. China banned the Falun Gong in the 1990s and has smeared the meditative discipline as an “evil cult.”While Chinese officials announced the country would stop taking organs from executed prisoners in 2014, the tribunal concluded that the practice is still taking place.The tribunal found that it was possible that Uighur Muslims’ organs have been sold against their will to the billion-dollar transplant industry.Citing a lack of evidence that China has dismantled the infrastructure used for its organ transplantation industry, as well as the country’s inability to explain its organ sourcing, the tribunal said, the massive scale of the “concerted persecution and medical testing” of Uighurs suggests that “evidence of forced organ harvesting of this group may emerge in due course.”The tribunal determined that it was “beyond reasonable doubt” that China is committing “crimes against humanity” and urged international courts to investigate whether the crimes rose to the level of genocide.Forced organ harvesting, the tribunal wrote, “is of unmatched wickedness even compared — on a death for death basis — with the killings by mass crimes committed in the last century.” Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.,Pastor surveilled after ministering to migrants sues US government News Photos of the Week August 30, 2019 By: Aysha Khan ayshabkhan Aysha Khan ayshabkhan Share This! 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