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5 Tips: Build Your Network, Build Your Income

first_imgThe average email contact you have is worth $948 per year in your annual income, as pointed out in a Business Week article/IBM and MIT study in 2009.Since I’d like to see you make more money, below are 5 things you can do on a regular basis to build your network and, thus, your income. 1. Be A “Go-Giver” (Not A Go-Getter)You need to attempt to give more than you receive to be a successful networker. A few of us call this being a “Go-Giver” (which was used in a book of the same name by Bob Burg).BBDO Atmosphere executive (and good friend) Dave Bear put it this way: “People want to help people who want to help people. That’s your multiplier. 2. Try Networking One-To-Many (As Opposed to Just One-To-One)One-to-one communication is excellent – both sides feel the love. However, you can get more bang for your networking buck if you put yourself in the position of communicating one-to-many.One example would be to throw a party. You can then email the dozens of folks you’d like to see.  Assuming it’s a good shindig, those who attend it will place higher value on you. Even folks who can’t make the party will feel appreciative. A bigger one-to-many example would be if you put on a conference or seminar for hundreds or thousands – you think Tony Robbins has a big network!? 3. Let People Know You’re Thinking Of Them People love to be thought of…it’s human nature…we all want to be popular. As I point out in 7 Tips I Use Every Day To Be A Better Networker, here are 7 ways to let people know you’re thinking of them:Recommend a partner, customer or hire for themRecommend something they can buyCongratulate them on a career changePut important dates about them on your calendarMention you ran into a mutual contactTell people you are about to attend an eventCongratulate them on press they receive4. Habitualize The Networking ProcessNetworking comes naturally to me, but I still work really hard to make it effective. In particular, here are a few ways I make networking a habit: I do much of my networking while I’m going through my email (twice a day).If I see an article in my inbox that might interest a contact of mine, I quickly forward it to them.DocStoc CEO Jason Nazar told me that he carves out 2 hours per week to reach out to new people.Try asking for someone’s business card every time you meet them at a professional event.If it’s not part of your routine, you’re likely going to do it poorly.5. Introduce People To Each OtherAnytime you have a chance to introduce people who can benefit from knowing each other, just do it. A quick email introduction takes little time… and the two parties will likely credit you down the line with the connection.As Zig Zigler once put it: “Help enough people get what they want and you’ll get what you want.”last_img read more

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Olympics 2024: Green Paris bid pledges to slash carbon emissions

first_imgThe Paris 2024 Olympics bid committee is proposing a strong eco-friendly plan that will slash carbon emissions by more than half compared to the last two Games in London and Rio.Speaking to Reuters on Tuesday, three days before the third part of their bid book is submitted to the International Olympic Committee (IOC), bid co-president Tony Estanguet said Paris had placed sustainability at the top of its list of priorities. (Also read: LA, Budapest, Paris voted candidates to host 2024 Olympics)The French capital is bidding for the Olympics along with Los Angeles and Budapest, with the IOC set to select the winning candidate in September.”For us it is quite simple. Our vision is the most sustainable Games ever,” Estanguet said in an interview, adding that the bid was in line with the 2015 Paris Agreement to reduce greenhouse gases.Estanguet said that a Games held in France would produce an estimated 1.56 million tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, down 55 per cent from the roughly 3.42 million tonnes created by the Rio 2016 and the London 2012 Games. (Also read: Italy withdraws bid to stage 2024 Olympics in Rome)”The experts we used to asses the project are exactly the same ones who evaluated the carbon footprint for the past Games,” the three-time Olympic canoeing champion and IOC member said.The use of existing venues and temporary structures has helped Estanguet believe that the bid’s goal was realistic, with the construction of an aquatics centre regarded as the only new major legacy project.Public or shared transport would be used for 100 percent of spectators while 85 percent of athletes would be housed within 30 minutes of their competition venues.advertisement”We have a very strong concept. We will also have low carbon installations for the rare venues we have to build and we will use specific materials to reduce the overall carbon footprint,” he said.CONTRASTING CONCEPTS”We also have all the infrastructure – roads, hotels, airports – already in place. That allows us to claim we will be the most sustainable Games ever.”The IOC passed a series of reforms in 2014 called Agenda 2020, aimed at making the Games more attractive to future hosts after a string of candidate cities withdrew due to the sheer size and costs of organising such an ambitious project.The 2024 campaign has already witnessed several withdrawals, with Hamburg, Boston and Rome dropping out of the running.The remaining cities are pitching contrasting concepts to the IOC, with Paris offering a compact Games in a city that last hosted the Olympics in 1924.Two-time hosts Los Angeles is highlighting its “risk-free” plan, with the vast majority of venues and athletes’ villages already in place, and minimal construction required.Budapest is proposing a model for a medium-sized city as a choice that offers an alternative to traditional big cities of the past, paving the way for new potential bidders.”For us the legacy of the Games will not be in equipment. We want to invest our money, time, energy in leaving a legacy for people in the way of educating them,” Estanguet added.”We want more people to practice sport and…during the seven years (of preparations), we want to educate people on sustainability.”last_img read more

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DSME’s Former CEO Taken into Custody

first_imgzoom Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering’s (DSME) former Chief Executive Officer Nam Sang-tae was taken into custody as part of an accounting probe into the financials of the South Korean shipbuilder, launched earlier this month.According to the Korea Herald, the CEO was called in for questioning on Monday and was subsequently taken into custody due to allegations related to breach of trust.The Seoul Supreme Prosecutors’ Office reportedly plans to ask the court officials to issue an arrest warrant for the CEO on Wednesday.Nam Sang-tae, who was at the helm of the shipbuilding company from 2006 to 2012, is suspected of playing a great part in the alleged accounting fraud as his actions reportedly led to a financial damage of more than KRW 10 trillion.The probe found an accounting fraud in the amount of some KRW 1.5 trillion (USD 1.28 billion), and revealed that the company’s management undertook business projects without legitimate procedures.Furthermore, the probe found that the shipbuilder’s main creditor Korea Development Bank reportedly failed to conduct proper inspections on DSME’s management.The results of the accounting investigation were released by South Korea’s Board of Audit and Inspection after the country’s prosecutors raided the ailing shipbuilder’s offices on June 7.World Maritime News Stafflast_img read more

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General Assembly President meets Italian leaders in Rome

2 July 2008Reform of the United Nations, the global food crisis and rising energy prices were among the highlights of discussions today between General Assembly President Srgjan Kerim and senior Italian officials in Rome, where Mr. Kerim has begun the fourth leg of a five-country official tour. Mr. Kerim held meetings with Italian President Giorgio Napolitano, Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi and Foreign Minister Franco Frattini, according to a statement released by his office.The Assembly President and Mr. Berlusconi focused on institutional reform at the UN – and particularly Security Council reform – during their hour-long discussion. They also talked about the current food and energy crises sparked by sharply rising prices.In his meeting with Mr. Napolitano, Mr. Kerim spoke about UN reform, the global food crisis and rising energy prices as well. The two men also examined some of the priority issues of the current Assembly session, including climate change, countering terrorism and efforts to achieve the anti-poverty targets known as the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).Tomorrow, Mr. Kerim is slated to address a special session of the Italian Parliament’s foreign affairs committees and meet with members of both the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate, where he is expected to highlight the need for national legislatures to strengthen their ties with each other.The Assembly President, who has already visited Switzerland, Liechtenstein and Austria on this official tour, will wrap up his visit to Italy on Friday before heading on to the United Arab Emirates. read more

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Haiti quake relief effort must be part of wider focus on eliminating

19 January 2010Last week’s catastrophic earthquake in Haiti not only provides a symbol of extraordinary faith, enduring hope and international solidarity amid the worst devastation, it must also serve as a reminder of the global community’s wider responsibilities to help the poor worldwide, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said in an article published today. Last week’s catastrophic earthquake in Haiti not only provides a symbol of extraordinary faith, enduring hope and international solidarity amid the worst devastation, it must also serve as a reminder of the global community’s wider responsibilities to help the poor worldwide, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said in an article published today.“As we rush to Haiti’s aid, let us keep in mind this larger picture,” he wrote in an opinion piece published in Washington Post, summarizing his weekend visit to the devastated country. “Those people on the streets of Port-au-Prince asked for jobs, dignity and a better future. That is the hope of all the world’s poor. Doing the right thing for Haiti in its hour of need will be a powerful message of hope for them as well.”He underscored the importance of achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) adopted at the UN summit in 2000, which seek to slash a host of social ills ranging from extreme poverty and hunger to maternal and infant mortality to lack of access to education and health care, all by 2015.“A decade ago, the international community began a new century by agreeing to act to eliminate extreme poverty by 2015. Great strides have been made toward some of these ambitious ‘Millennium Goals,’ variously targeting core sources of global poverty and obstacles to development – from maternal health and education to managing infectious disease,” he said.“Yet progress in other critical areas lags badly. We are very far from delivering on our promises of a better future for the world’s poor.”Referring specifically to the huge needs in Haiti in the aftermath of the quake, Mr. Ban stressed the importance of looking beyond immediate relief to longer-term development to put the most impoverished country in the Western hemisphere on the path to a more prosperous future. “The urgency of the moment naturally dominates our planning,” he said. “But as (Haitian) President René Préval emphasized during my meeting with him, we must be thinking about tomorrow. Haiti, though desperately poor, had been making progress. It was enjoying a new stability; investors had returned.“That will not be enough to rebuild the country as it was, nor is there any place for cosmetic improvements. We must help Haiti build back better, working with the Government so that today’s investments have lasting benefit, creating jobs and freeing Haitians from dependence on the world’s generosity.”He paid tribute, too, to the fortitude of the Haitian people. “As I moved around the stricken city, I saw horrific images like those we have all seen on television: collapsed buildings; bodies in the streets; people in dire need of food, water and shelter,” he said. “But I also saw people demonstrating extraordinary resilience despite having suffered the heaviest blows.”Turning to the UN’s immediate tasks in the devastation, he noted that the UN the World Food Programme (WFP) is working with the United States army to distribute daily food rations to nearly 200,000 people, and expects to reach as many as 1 million in the coming weeks, building toward 2 million. He underscored the UN’s lead role in effectively coordinating and channelling all the incoming international aid, grouping needs into well-defined ‘clusters,’ so that organizations complement rather than duplicate one another. A health cluster run by the UN World Health Organization (WHO), for example, is organizing medical assistance among 21 international agencies. read more

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NextGen program graduates 24 future municipal leaders

Twenty-four local municipal employees recently graduated from the Goodman School of Business’s NextGen Municipal Leadership Program.The employees were from nine Niagara municipalities, including St. Catharines, Fort Erie, Pelham and Lincoln. They learned about many topics, including managing in a union environment, leading in a political situation, and employee engagement and team-building strategies for the 21st century.“This is a good example of how the Goodman School of Business is committed to offering programs and seminars geared towards the Niagara Region,” said Don Cyr, Goodman Dean.NextGen is a staff development and training program for municipal employees in a supervisory role or who aspire to fill a management role in Niagara. It was developed by the Goodman School’s Centre for Innovation, Management and Enterprise Education (CIMEE) in conjunction with Niagara’s 12 municipalities, and came to be as a result of concerns that local chief administrative officers (CAOs) and human resources specialists had about the impact of retirements and mobility issues on municipal staff.The program is a series of seminars led by leadership and human resources experts.Thorold CAO Frank Fabiano sat on the program’s founding advisory committee. He credited the vision of Niagara’s CAOs for making NextGen happen.“This will mushroom into something huge in Niagara: getting people to understand each other,” he said about the program’s potential.NextGen will run again in spring 2014. read more

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Burlington man arrested for exposing himself

There is a sense of unease in a quiet Burlington neighbourhood where a man arrested after exposing himself to two young girls in a park, has been released with a promise to appear in court.Halton Regional Police say just before 5:30 p.m Tuesday, two girls aged 11 and 12 were walking a dog in Ireland Park when they noticed a man watching them.The man allegedly followed them when they began to walk to another area in the park.  Soon they turned around, and saw him standing nearby with his pants down, fully exposing his genitals.52-year old Douglas Scarborough of Headon Road in Burlington has been charged with indecent exposure to a child less than 16 years of ageCHCH’s Melissa Raftis spoke with one person who says they’re Scarborough’s relative. They told us, they’re not surprised. He’s been released from custody on a promise to appear, a move that has parents and other residents concerned for the safety of neighbourhood children.Police weren’t able to say exactly where the incident took place. Ireland Park is fairly large with a high school and an elementary school backing onto it.Scarborough will appear in Milton court next on September 24th. read more

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Columbus Crew Gaven use luck to win and improve playoff chances

A six-game winless and a three-game losing streak had left the Columbus Crew’s playoff hopes fading, and the team was in need of some luck. “Lady Luck” made an appearance for the final regular season home game Sunday at Crew Stadium, as Columbus rallied to defeat D.C. United, 2-1. The Crew mproved its record to 12-12-8, and, with 44 points, is now in second place and in position to qualify for one of the conference’s three automatic berths for the MLS Cup playoffs. Coach Robert Warzycha said snapping the winless streak gave this win a little bit more meaning than most. “We were waiting a long time for wins,” he said. “So, the taste is sweeter.” A diving header from Columbus midfielder Eddie Gaven in the 60th minute proved to be the game-winning goal. Crew defender Sebastian Miranda split two defenders near midfield and streaked up the sideline before sending in the cross that met Gaven’s head and eventually the back of the net. “I don’t even know why I even tried to head that ball,” said a chuckling Gaven after the game. “I probably should have just hit it with my foot. But (Miranda) made a great run down the right flank and played me a perfect ball. I just kind of threw my neck at it and luckily it went in.” Columbus created several scoring opportunities early, outshooting D.C. United 11-3 in the first half. But it was the visitors who struck first, taking a 1-0 lead in the 37th minute when D.C. United defender Daniel Woolard finished off a free-kick from midfielder Dwayne De Rosario. A shot from Columbus forward Andres Mendoza deflected off Woolard’s left leg and into the back of the net for an own goal, leveling the game, 1-1, in the 48th minute. “We haven’t had too much luck the past two games or so,” Gaven said. “But if you go out there and you work hard, luck is going to come your way a little bit. That’s kind of how it went for us tonight.” When asked if Gaven’s header was the goal of the year so far for the team, Warzycha said no and that there are more memorable goals coming for his team. “Oh I hope not,” he said. “I hope there’s more to come so then we can choose from those.” The Crew finish the regular season with road games on Oct. 15 and 22 against the New England Revolution and the Chicago Fire, respectively. read more

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Gingers could go extinct due to warming temperatures

first_img Joining the club…so here’s my nudes lol #gingerproblems— they call me mik (@Mikayla_Teresa) June 23, 2014 Source: Ginger Problems/Twitter RED HEADS ARE in danger of going extinct due to the warming climate, if new reports are to be believed.Red hair is thought to have developed due to the cloudy and wet weather in Scotland and Ireland as it allows carriers to absorb larger amounts of Vitamin D. The gene mutation results in red hair and pale skin which is more sensitive to light, so DNA in cells are more susceptible to damage and cancer. As a result, if temperatures rise, it might abolish the mutation with a new evolutionary response.Speaking to The Independent, managing director of Galashiels-based ScotlandsDNA, Dr Alistair Moffat said:We think red hair in Scotland, Ireland and in the North of England is adaption to the climate. If the climate is changing and it is to become more cloudy or less cloudy then this will affect the gene. If it was to get less cloudy and there was more sun, then yes, there would be fewer people carrying the gene.However, another scientist told the paper that this would take “many hundreds of years to happen”, so you can hold on to your red hair for the moment.Only about 1-2% of the world’s population have ginger hair, but in Ireland 10% are ginger, with around 46% carrying the gene.That’s a lot of ginger. They have an emoji for my hair!— Ginger Problems (@GingerProblems) July 1, 2014 Kiss me I’m an endangered species. #GingerProblems— Ginger Problems (@GingerProblems) July 7, 2014center_img Source: Ginger Problems/Twitter Source: they call me mik/Twitter 8 things red-headed people are sick of hearing>10 problems only people with Irish skin must face>last_img read more

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Les 8 actus science que vous devez connaître ce 1er mars

first_imgLes 8 actus science que vous devez connaître ce 1er marsSurchauffe en Arctique, le secret des champignons magiques et de la 4G sur la Lune, voici votre concentré d’actualités scientifiques pour ce 1er mars. – Les tablettes et smartphones seraient mauvaiss pour les enfants. Selon une étude, l’usage excessif de technologies entrainerait des difficultés à tenir un stylo et s’en servir. A cause des écrans, les enfants ne développeraient plus la force manuelle et la dextérité nécessaire à ces outils.- L’éolien et le solaire pourraient fournir 80% de la demande en électricité aux Etats-Unis. C’est ce qu’affirment des chercheurs après avoir étudié la météo américaine de ces 35 dernières années. A l’heure actuelle, les énergies renouvelables ne représentent aux Etats-Unis que 15% du mix énergétique dominé par les ressources fossiles.- Des chameaux découverts dans le désert d’Arabie Saoudite intriguent les spécialistes. Ces animaux ont été gravés dans la roche il y a 2.000 ans mais ce n’est que récemment qu’ils ont été révélés. En trois dimensions, ils reflètent un niveau de compétence jamais vu dans d’autres formes d’art rupestre du désert saoudien. – Pendant que l’Europe grelotte sous le froid, l’Arctique chauffe. La région connait actuellement l’un des hivers les plus chauds de son histoire. A certains endroits, les températures ont été 30°C supérieures aux normales de saison. Un évènement sans précédent d’après les spécialistes.   – Des scientifiques ont percé le secret des champignons magiques. Leur substance hallucinogène serait en réalité un mécanisme de survie : grâce à elle, les insectes mangeurs de champignons se mettraient à délirer et perdre leur appétit.À lire aussiDonald Trump, AVC et “l’Age de glace”, les actus sciences que vous devez connaître ce 27 août- Nos cousins les chimpanzés et les bonobos utilisent des gestes similaires pour communiquer selon une étude. Cette découverte suggère que la gestuelle des primates serait au moins en partie déterminée biologiquement. Reste à savoir si les humains partagent certains de ces gestes.- Il pourrait bientôt y avoir de la 4G sur la Lune. Une start-up allemande veut envoyer en 2019 un module lunaire faisant office d’antenne-relais. Objectif : permettre à des robots qui atterriront sur la Lune de transmettre leurs photos et vidéos.  – Au Brésil, des scientifiques ont identifié deux nouvelles souches de virus géants. Baptisés Tupanvirus, les micro-organismes sont tellement grands et génétiquement complexes qu’ils pourraient remettre en question la définition des virus.Le 1 mars 2018 à 00:15 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

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Geek deals Lifetime subscription to Zoolz complete cloud storage for 39

first_imgWhat would happen if your laptop was stolen or damaged? You can always get another computer, but you definitely don’t want to lose your photo library, home movies, and work documents. That’s not a risk worth taking! It’s smart to invest in online storage, and StackSocial is currently offering a 1TB lifetime subscription to Zoolz cloud storage at a massive discount.• Lifetime subscription to Zoolz complete cloud storage for $39With this cloud storage plan from Zoolz, your 1TB is split in two: 500GB for instant-access, and 500GB of cold storage. If you plan on grabbing your files at a moment’s notice, place it in the instant storage bucket. For files being uploaded for safe keeping, cold storage is your best bet. If you ever need to download those backups, it’ll take three to five hours to retrieve the data.So, what about security? Keep in mind that all of your data is thoroughly encrypted on your machine before it’s sent to the cloud, so you can rest easy knowing that your data is safe.The Zoolz app will back-up your Windows PC or Mac automatically, and you can view your files nearly anywhere. Even if you’re on an iPhone or Android device, you’ll have access to your stored data.While a lifetime subscription lists for $3600, you can save big for a limited time. Purchase your Zoolz subscription through StackSocial, and you’ll save a whopping 98% off.Note: Terms and conditions apply. See the StackSocial site for more information.Our commerce group sources the best deals and products for the Geek Deals posts. We operate independently of Editorial and Advertising and may earn a percentage of the sale, if you buy something via a link on the post. If you are interested in promoting your deals, please contact us at more StackSocial deals, head over to TechBargains.last_img read more

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Prosecutor Vancouver man who shot son tired of his behavior

first_imgA Vancouver father appeared in court Tuesday for allegedly shooting his adult son after an argument because “he was just tired of his behavior,” prosecutors said.William Wayne Terry, 70, faces an allegation of first-degree domestic violence assault for the Memorial Day altercation. Terry, who goes by Wayne, is accused of shooting his 50-year-old son, Mark Christopher Terry, on Monday at 8619 Mount Thielson Ave., in the Vancouver Heights neighborhood, according to Vancouver police.Mark Terry lives on the property, owned by his father, in a trailer in the driveway and has access to the home, according to a probable cause affidavit filed in the case. When police arrived about 11:40 a.m., they found Mark Terry outside of the house and his father inside and refusing to come out, police said.Mark Terry was taken to PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center, where he remains in critical condition.During an interview with a Vancouver police detective, Wayne said he and his son had argued over food and money, the affidavit states.last_img read more

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February Business Forecast

first_img 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – President and CEO of the San Diego Regional Chamber Jerry Sanders and Chief Executive Officer of CalPrivate Bank Tom Wornham joined KUSI to discuss Feburary’s business forecast for San Diego businesses. KUSI Newsroom February 19, 2019 KUSI Newsroom, February Business Forecast Posted: February 19, 2019 Categories: California News, Local San Diego News, National & International News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

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Modi govts move to unearth black money a joke Mohandas Pai

first_imgCalling the Narendra Modi government’s drive to unearth black money held by the country’s citizens a “joke”, former director of Infosys T V Mohandas Pai said on Wednesday the government does not have enough policy, as well as legal and intelligence strength, to deal with the issue.”The whole black money strategy has been a joke. The law (to unearth black money) is badly drafted and it is unworkable. Nobody will pay 60% tax to stay in this country. And secondly, your black money action should be based on better policy and better intelligence,” Pai, currently chairman of Manipal Global Education Services, told PTI in an interview.Pai, also former chief financial officer of Infosys, said the black money issue is a “big failure” of the Modi government. He also said intelligence and prosecution need to be improved to tackle the issue.”It (the government) does not have super intelligence yet. It does not have superior prosecution capabilities, and unless they get better intelligence, they are able to prosecute better, they set up fast-track courts, things are not going to work,” he said.As part of its crackdown on black money, the Modi government has since last year been requesting Swiss officials to reveal names of Indians having accounts in Swiss banks. The NDA government had promised during its election campaign last May to bring back black money stashed outside the country.In May this year, the Swiss officials publicly named seven Indians in Switzerland’s Federal Gazette as holding Swiss bank accounts, including noted businessman Yash Birla, son-in-law of late realty and liquor baron Ponty Chadha.”Black money is not waiting in foreign banks for you to go and get information. There are sophisticated structures; government should find out what these structures are, who is doing it and how it’s being done,” said Pai.The government should possess “special prosecution powers” to tackle black money holders, he said. “There is a lot of corruption in the ports. They must set up special investigation teams, appoint special prosecutors, build up capacity, add special courts, try them (offenders) and put them in jail within six months, not five years or 10 years. If you don’t do that, nothing will work,” he added.Pai alleged that tax terrorism hasn’t ended in the county even as Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has repeatedly said the government is “stopping” it.last_img read more

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Bullethit body of another gangrape prime accused found

first_imgThe photo shows the note found strapped to the bullet-hit body of Sajal Jomaddar, prime accused in a case filed over the gang-rape of madrasa girl Karima Akhter in Kathalia upazila of Jhalakathi. Photo: UNBThe prime accused in a case filed over the ‘gang-rape’ of madrasa girl Karima Akhter, was found dead in Binapani village of Kathalia upazila in Jhalakathi on Saturday noon, reports UNB.Police recovered the bullet-hit body of Sajal Jomaddar, son of a certain Abul Hossain Jomaddar of Nadmula village in Bhandaria upazila, from a garden in the area at noon.Kathalia police station officer-in-charge Enamul Haque said locals spotted the body with two bullet-wounds and informed police.The law enforcement recovered the body and sent it to sadar Hospital for autopsy, he added.A handwritten note with the following message was found strapped to the body: “My name is Sajal. I’m the rapist of Karima Akhter. This is my consequence.”The OC said they are yet to find any clue as to who killed him and dumped the body in the garden.Sajal and some of his associates intercepted the madrasa girl while she was going to her uncle’s home in nearby Hetalbunia on 12 January, police said.They took her to a betel leaf garden and raped.On 14 January, a case was filed with Bhandaria police station accusing Sajal as the mastermind of the incident.Sajal’s family members claimed that he went missing following the lodging of the rape case.Following the incident, Mozammel Haque Reza, additional superintendent of Jhalakathi (Rajapur- Kathalia circle) visited the spot.On 17 January, police recovered the bullet-hit body of Ripon, 39, another prime-accused in a similar case of gang-rape, from an empty field inside Amin Model Town in Dhaka.Ripon too had a similar message on a note tied around his neck which read: “I’m the mastermind of the gang- rape.”Ripon was the prime accused in a case filed over the death of a readymade garment worker following her ‘gang-rape’.Ripon and his four associates intercepted the female RMG worker, an employee at Yagi Garments where Ripon was a line manager, while she was returning home from work at Beron in Ashulia on 5 January.She died at home two days later.last_img read more

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Babin 35 last played for the New York Jets in 20

first_imgBabin, 35, last played for the New York Jets in 2014, recording 25 combined tackles and two sacks. In his career, which included stints with the Houston Texans, Kansas City Chiefs, Seattle Seahawks, Philadelphia Eagles, Tennessee Titans,  and Jacksonville Jaguars, too, the veteran has tallied 64.5 sacks, notching 7.5 as recently as the 2013 season.The Cardinals finished the 2015 season with a 13-3 record, earning the No. 2 seed in the NFC playoffs. They ranked 20th in the NFL with 36 quarterback sacks and also had the league’s sixth-best run defense. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires The Arizona Cardinals are preparing for their Divisional Round matchup with the Green Bay Packers, but at the same time they appear to be interested in adding to their roster. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Source: the Cardinals tried out a pair of notable veteran OLB’s, Jason Babin and Matt Shaughnessy.— Field Yates (@FieldYates) January 11, 2016Shaughnessy should be a familiar name to Cardinals fans, as the veteran was with Arizona the two seasons prior to this one. The 29-year-old was released in September as part of the team’s final roster cuts, but in 2013-14 recorded 53 combined tackles along with three sacks, one forced fumble and three fumble recoveries. In six NFL seasons — the first four of which were with the Oakland Raiders — he has recorded 176 combined tackles to go along with 18.5 sacks.center_img Top Stories Comments   Share   Oakland Raiders quarterback Christian Ponder (9) is tackled by Arizona Cardinals outside linebacker Matt Shaughnessy (91), linebacker Shaquille Riddick (47), nose tackle Alameda Ta’amu (66) and linebacker Kareem Martin (96) during the second half of an NFL preseason football game in Oakland, Calif., Sunday, Aug. 30, 2015. The Cardinals won 30-23. (AP Photo/Tony Avelar) Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

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