Its a work in progress says Taapsee Pannu on becoming a Bollywood

first_imgNew Delhi: Taapsee Pannu says she feels secured as an actor in the film industry today but still has miles to go in order achieve her dream of becoming the quintessential Bollywood star. The 31-year-old actor says acting always keeps her on her toes and she absolutely welcomes it because she does not want to feel too relaxed. “I’m very secure as an actor, but not as a star. I don’t know where will I be sent back to if a couple of my films fail at the box office. But I think that is fine because it keeps me on my toes to find something new. Also Read – Rihanna to release 500-page ‘visual’ autobiography “If I start feeling too secure and comfortable, I might just relax, and then keep doing what I’m good at, knowing that it will work. So I think I’m fine with it not being that comfortable. That’s the joy of this profession, it keeps you on your toes,” Taapsee told PTI in an interview. Becoming a star is a work in progress, says the actor, who wants that in future audiences should be able to identify a film just by her name and she has been working towards it by delivering critically-praised performances in films such as “Mulk”, “Manmarziyaan”, “Badla” and her latest “Game Over”. Also Read – Hilarie Burton, Jeffery Dean Morgan tie the knot “I don’t identify myself being the star still because I feel the definition of being a star is that people just blindly trust you and spend money at the box office for you. Audiences do that for the Khans (Shah Rukh, Salman and Aamir), they just go and watch their films blindly. “So I’m waiting for the day that happens for me where I consider myself to be a star. Before that, I’m just an actor who is trying to make interesting films. I hope that one fine day people will identify my choices to be worth their time and money.” Taapsee says she will continue to experiment with different roles as she is trying to build a “niche for myself”. “I think people, in the industry and even outside, now believe that I can pull off good performances. So that way, I’m a little secure because that is not in the question.” Besides many critically-acclaimed turns, Taapsee has also starred in commercial hits like “Judwaa 2” and more recently “Badla”. The actor says box office numbers do matter to her as that is the only way she can gauge the mood of the audiences regarding her performance in a film. “It is just show business. If my film makes money, more films will be made, and more people will trust me with their money. And that’s how we work. So it needs to make money. “I can be happy about the critics and thankful to them that they have validated me time and again, but eventually everything comes down to the amount of money the film collects at the box office. That’s what eventual success and failure is all about,” Taapsee says. “Game Over”, a psychological thriller, released countrywide on Friday.last_img read more

Changes in law must to turn India into arbitration hub

first_imgNew Delhi: Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Wednesday said the government intends to make India a hub of domestic and international arbitration by bringing in changes in law for faster resolution of commercial disputes . Prasad was speaking after moving the Arbitration and Conciliation (Amendment) Bill Act, 2019 that seeks to make changes in the existing law of 1996. The minister said the amendment bill has been prepared on the basis of recommendations of a high-powered committee, which held consultations with all stakeholders. Also Read – Ensure strict implementation on ban of import of e-cigarettes: revenue to CustomsThis Bill was cleared by Lok Sabha in August 2018 but could not be passed by Rajya Sabha. The bill lapsed following the dissolution of the 16th Lok Sabha. The minister also moved the New Delhi International Arbitration Centre Bill, 2019. Initiating the debate on the two Bills together, Prasad said the changes in law are for establishing Arbitration Council of India headed by retired judges. The minister said after the amendments are approved, one can straight away go for arbitration and there would be no need to go to courts for initiating the process. Also Read – Coking coal shipments rise 15 pc to 29 MT at 12 state-run ports in Apr-SepPrasad said a provision has been made for timeframe. Six months would be for claim and defence from the date the arbitrator receives the notice of appointment. Arbitration must be completed in 12 months. “The two legislations are order of the day to take India forward,” the minister said. The amendment bill will facilitate in achieving the goal of improving, institutional arbitration by establishing an independent body to lay down standards, make arbitration process more friendly and cost-effective, and ensure timely disposal of cases. It provides for setting up of an independent body — Arbitration Council of India (ACI) — to frame arbitral institution and accredit arbitrators by laying down norms. The ACI would be mandated to frame rules on how institutions would be graded, norms to be followed, monitoring of quality and performance, and would also encourage training of arbitrators.last_img read more

Election may scuttle education plans Duncan

first_imgBy Annette FrancisAPTN National NewsOTTAWA– Federal politicians are back on Parliament Hill after a long Christmas break and a new face is now handling the Indian Affairs file for the government.Conservative Kenora MP Greg Rickford is now parliamentary secretary for Indian affairs, replacing Saint Boniface MP Shelly Glover, who was named parliamentary secretary for finance.Rickford told APTN National News he was looking forward to his new role.“I’m sure glad to hear that our next priority here moving forward is going to be K to 12,” said Rickford, first elected in 2008 and also a member of the Commons Aboriginal affairs committee. “Those are the priorities of this government and they appear to be the priorities of First Nations.”And as MPs get back into the swing of things, Indian Affairs Minister John Duncan says his department’s top priorities include education and economic development.“As long as we can keep working with willing partners, and we seem to have lots of William partners, we’ll carry on with positive measures that will really help to develop capacity and allow First Nations to improve the economic development initiatives,” said Duncan.Duncan said no date has yet been set for an expected formal meeting between First Nations leaders and Prime Minister Stephen Harper.Duncan said plans are also continuing to create a blue-ribbon panel to study education and deliver a report expected to lay the groundwork for substantive changes.Duncan, however, warned that a spring election could scuttle everything.“A spring election is not good for the country as far as I’m concerned,” he said.The budget is the next big thing coming for Parliament. It’s expected to be tabled sometime in March.If the parties are still talking about an election then, everything will be put on hold.last_img read more

Lotto ticket sold in Fort St John worth 500000

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – A ticket worth part of $500,000 in Friday nights Lotto Max draw was purchased In Fort St. John. During the Lotto Max draw Friday night a ticket purchased in Fort St. John was one of two that won the top prize in the Extra draw.  The other ticket was purchased in Aldergrove. There was no winning ticket for the  grand prize of $15,000,000.  A ticket sold in Parksville, was the only other big winner in the draw.  That ticket is worth  $190,982.10. As of early Saturday, there is no official word on if the prize winner in Fort St. John has claimed their prize.last_img

Moroccos Ayoub Abou Oulam Signs With Gétafe

Rabat – Madrid suburban club announced on Friday that 20-year-old Ayoub Abou Oulam, has signed with Gétafe. He will be joining Moroccan Atlas Lion Fayçal Fajr.The Moroccan midfielder began his football career training at FC Barcelona. He then played with FC Porto’s team from 2015 to 2017.In 2017, he signed with Majadahonda. Abou Oulam scored two goals last season, propelling his team to the second division of the Spanish Championship for the first time. The length of his contract with Gétafe has not yet been disclosed.

Tiran Alles two others remanded over RADA case

Former Parliamentarian Tiran Alles and two others were remanded today till November 10 by the Colombo High Court over a Rs.200 million fraud that had allegedly taken place at the Reconstruction and Development Agency (RADA) in 2006.The Attorney General (AG) had earlier filed indictments in the High Court against Alles, former North and Eastern Provinces LTTE Financial Head Emil Kanthan, former Chief Operating Officer (COO) of RADA Saliya Wickramasuriya and Dr. Jayantha Dias Samarasinghe. The AG had stated that the four suspects could be charged for misappropriation of public funds under the Public Property Act. (Colombo Gazette)

Iraq earns additional €354 million under UNs oilforfood scheme

According to statistics released today by the Office of the Iraq Programme, over the past week Baghdad exported an average of 2.08 million barrels of crude per day, earning an estimated €24.22 per barrel.Meanwhile, the Security Council committee monitoring the sanctions against Iraq released holds on 41 contracts worth $125 million, but placed new holds on 38 contracts with a combined value of $140.6 million. In total, 1,170 contracts worth $3.6 billion are now on hold.The recently released contracts were for a variety of goods, including trucks, bulldozers and pumps, while the new holds were placed on contracts for gas turbines, cranes and a water treatment plant, as well as laboratory, medical and hospital rehabilitation equipment.According to the Office of the Iraq Programme, contracts are generally put on hold because they lack technical specifications or because the goods in question have the potential to be used for purposes other than those stated. read more

Mega Brands shares surge as key investors exchange warrants to reduce debt

Mega Brands shares surge as key investors exchange warrants to reduce debt by Ross Marowits, The Canadian Press Posted Mar 26, 2013 11:07 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email MONTREAL – Shares in Mega Brands hit their highest level in more than three years Tuesday after the toymaker announced a deep cut in its debt load as three key investors agreed to exchange their warrants for shares.The Montreal-based toy and arts supply company said the principal amount of its outstanding debentures will be reduced by $62.4 million to $52.2 million under the plan. That’s down 63 per cent from the $141.7 million of outstanding debt it faced when the debentures were issued three years ago.“This significant debt reduction strengthens our financial position and will contribute directly to net earnings through lower interest expenses beginning in the second quarter of this year,” said president and CEO Marc Bertrand.Mega Brands (TSX:MB) shares hit $14.60 in intraday trading before closing up 5.5 per cent or 76 cents to $14.56 in Tuesday trading. That’s the highest level since January 2010.The debentures pay 10 per cent in interest annually and Mega Brands expects the recapitalization will reduce pre-tax cash interest expenses by about $6.2 million annually, or about 22 cents per share on a diluted basis.The company says three significant shareholders — Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd. (TSX:FFH), company chairman Victor Bertrand Sr. and Trimark Investments — have agreed to buy a total of $53.3 million in shares by exercising purchase warrants issued in 2010.In addition, four investment firms have agreed to exchange all of their warrants for shares of Mega Brands in a cashless option.Other warrant holders will also get the opportunity to take part in the debt-for-stock swap but retain the option to use the warrants to buy additional shares at the exercise price of $9.94 per share.Gerrick Johnson of BMO Capital Markets said the decision by the majority investors to exercise their warrants sends a bullish signal to the market about their confidence in Mega Brands because they are giving up 10 per cent interest from debentures in return for company shares.“It signifies confidence on the part of Trimark and Fairfax in the business to enter into this agreement and the cashless portion of this agreement is confidence on the company’s part in their cash flow generating ability over the next couple of years to pay down remaining debt,” he said in an interview from New York.Johnson said Mega Brands will be able to reduce its debt faster than had been expected because of the improved financial performance of the company as it continues to recover from several recalls of a magnetic toy that hampered its reputation and dramatically cut sales.“It wouldn’t be able to be done if the share price was under $9.96,” Johnson said. “No one would exercise anything.”The warrants and debentures were issued in early 2010 as part of a major recapitalization of the company following several difficult years. Since then, its fortunes have improved.Once the warrants are exercised, Fairfax will own 29.2 per cent of Mega Brands shares, followed by Trimark at 18.4 per cent and Victor Bertrand at 10.4 per cent. read more

Independent UN expert warns of significant human rights shortcomings in Myanmar

“While the process of reform is continuing in the right direction, there are significant human rights shortcomings that remain unaddressed, such as discrimination against the Rohingya in Rakhine state and the ongoing human rights violations in relation to the conflict in Kachin state,” said the Special Rapporteur on the human rights situation in Myanmar, Tomás Ojea Quintana.“Now is the time to address these shortcomings before they become further entrenched and destabilise the reform process.”Several waves of clashes between ethnic Rakhine Buddhists and Rohingya Muslims have left 115,000 people displaced in Rakhine state, while some 75,000 people have fled their homes in Kachin since fighting began in June 2011 between Government troops and the Kachin Independence Organization (KIO). The fighting intensified in September and December last year, before authorities in Myanmar announced a unilateral ceasefire in January.“The Government must establish the truth about what happened in Rakhine state during the two waves of communal violence last June and October, and hold those responsible for human rights violations to account,” Mr. Ojea Quintana said, offering his support to pursue further investigations.Mr. Ojea Quintana also urged the Government to ease the harsh restriction on freedom of movement for the 120,000 people who remain in camps for the internally displaced in Rakhine and to begin their relocation into integrated communities before the start of the rainy season, which will flood many camps.In Kachin, he welcomed the recent de-escalation of violence while highlighting the needs of those who have been displaced by the fighting. “I’m particularly concerned about the situation of the 40,000 displaced in non-Government controlled areas of Kachin state, and urged the Government to provide humanitarian organizations with regular access to these areas,” he said.In addition, the Special Rapporteur expressed concern over the rights of journalists in the country due to a draft law that threatens to undo recent progress. “This would be giving with one hand while taking away with the other.” He also noted that while people now can associate freely, protestors continue to be imprisoned and police officers are still using excessive force when managing demonstrators.Mr. Ojea Quintana acknowledged progress in other areas, such as the release of over 800 prisoners of conscience since May 2011, but called for the immediate release of the over 250 who remain behind bars. “I welcome the committee set up by the Government to identify remaining prisoners of conscience, and recommend that it be established as a permanent body to guard against future detentions for political reasons and to help ensure that the rights and freedoms of all those released are fully respected,” he said.Special rapporteurs are appointed by the UN Human Rights Council to examine and report back on a country situation or a specific human rights theme. The positions are honorary and the experts are not UN staff, nor are they paid for their work. read more

Humiliated in the polls Hollande calls for EU reform

first_imgFRENCH PRESIDENT FRANCOIS Hollande called for the European Union to scale back its role in the lives of its citizens after anti-EU parties made sweeping electoral gains across the bloc.In comments with far-reaching implications for the EU’s future, the Socialist leader said the spectacular success of parties like France’s own National Front (FN) reflected how the bloc had become “remote and incomprehensible” for many of its citizens.“This cannot continue. Europe has to be simple, clear, to be effective where it is needed and to withdraw from where it is not necessary,” Hollande said in a televised address to the nation.The comments will be greeted with delight by Eurosceptics who accuse Brussels of meddling in national affairs, and by the likes of British Prime Minister David Cameron, who also advocates a scaling back of the powers currently vested in the European institutions.But their tone will cause concern among those, particularly in Germany, who believe European integration still has further to run.Hollande’s Socialist Party suffered a humiliating setback in Sunday’s elections for a new European Parliament, registering a record low vote of just under 14 percent while the FN topped the polls with nearly 25 percent.The French leader said France remained committed to playing a leading role in Europe, but also acknowledged that the economic austerity of recent years had alienated many ordinary people.“I am a European, my duty is to reform France and to change the direction of Europe,” Hollande added.“Europe, in the last two years, has overcome the euro crisis but at what price? An austerity that has ended up disheartening the people.”Unease among Arabs, JewsMarine Le Pen, 45, has been credited with significantly broadening the appeal of a party founded by her father Jean-Marie Le Pen and long tainted by association with his multiple convictions for inciting racism and denying the holocaust.She said after Sunday’s vote that the French people had demonstrated they no longer wanted to be ruled from Brussels.“Our people demand only one type of politics – a politics of the French, for the French and with the French,” she said.Such language and the FN’s current momentum generates unease among France’s large immigrant population, which is mostly drawn from former colonies in Arab north Africa, and has also been cited as a factor in a recent upturn in Jewish emigration to Israel.- © AFP, 2014Read: The rise of populist parties is remarkable and regrettablelast_img read more

Japon un nouveau séisme entraîne un petit tsunami

first_imgJapon : un nouveau séisme entraîne un petit tsunamiDimanche, un fort séisme de magnitude 7,3 a frappé la côte nord-est de l’archipel nippon, déjà fragilisée par le tremblement de terre historique du 11 mars dernier. Une alerte au tsunami a été lancée pendant quelques heures avant d’être levée.Plus de peur que de mal. C’est a priori sans faire de dégâts qu’un nouveau séisme, suivi d’un petit tsunami, a frappé le Japon, ce dimanche 10 juillet. La secousse, qui a été ressentie jusqu’à Tokyo, a pourtant été forte. De magnitude 7,3, elle s’est produite dans l’océan Pacifique en face de la région du Tohoku (nord-est) à une profondeur de 30 kilomètres à 0h57 GMT, selon l’agence météorologique nationale citée par Associated Press. Cette dernière annonçait une vague pouvant atteindre 50 centimètres dans les préfectures de Miyagi, Iwate et Fukushima, déjà dévastées il y a quatre mois par un tremblement de terre de magnitude 9. Deux heures plus tard, l’agence météorologique levait sa mise en garde : la vague attendue avec crainte n’a finalement pas excédé les dix centimètres et aucun dommage n’a été signalé. Aucun dégât supplémentaire à Fukushima Daiichi selon TepcoÀ lire aussiJapon, Etna et fromage, les 8 actus sciences que vous devez connaître ce 27 décembreAlors que tous les regards sont tournés vers la centrale nucléaire de Fukushima Daiichi, fortement accidentée depuis le séisme du 11 mars, Tepco, son exploitant, a indiqué que ce nouveau tremblement de terre n’avait fait aucun dégât supplémentaire ni provoqué d’incident particulier sur le site. Un porte-parole de la compagnie a précisé : “Nous sommes encore en train de procéder à des vérifications, mais le refroidissement des réacteurs se poursuit”, rapporte le journal Metro. Les ouvriers de la centrale se trouvant près du littoral s’étaient mis à l’abri, dans des endroits surélevés, jusqu’à la levée de la mise en garde. Cependant, les techniciens employés à refroidir les réacteurs sont restés à leur poste, d’après les agences de presse.Il y a quatre mois jour pour jour, le séisme de magnitude 9, le plus important enregistré dans l’histoire du Japon, et le tsunami qu’il a entraîné, ont fait quelque 23.000 morts ou disparus et provoqué une crise nucléaire qui ébranle sévèrement l’archipel. Samedi, le premier ministre japonais Naoto Kan a reconnu que la décontamination du site de Fukushima Daiichi prendrait plusieurs dizaines d’années.Le 11 juillet 2011 à 09:51 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

Leaves rain combine to clog storm drains

first_imgFallen leaves and falling rain combine will combine to create a slick mix over the next few days.The National Weather Service warned Wednesday that the leaves could clog storm drains, creating puddles and ponds where there once were sidewalks and streets.More than a half inch of rain fell at Pearson Field in the 12-hour period that ended at 5 p.m. Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service, and more was forecast to fall all evening and into Thursday morning.As the rain eases, temperatures will fall. Thursday’s high of 45 degrees should be reached in the morning, and then the temperature will fall the rest of the day and into the evening.Heavy snow is forecast for mountain passes as the weekend approaches, and there could be some snow at higher elevations in Clark County. A few wet flakes may be spotted in the urban area, but it’s not expected to stick, according to the weather service.last_img read more

Bones found along I5 identified as missing Vancouver mans

first_imgThe Clark County Medical Examiner’s Office on Monday identified the skeletal remains found along Interstate 5 two weeks ago as those of Jesse Joseph Klein.The cause of the Vancouver man’s death is pending. The medical examiner’s office said that it can take between six to eight weeks to make the determination. Klein, 29, disappeared Aug. 25, 2011. His family told the Columbian a month after he disappeared that Klein went to a hospital that day for help with back pain and hadn’t been seen or heard from since.Klein’s bones were found April 23 in thick shrubs along I-5 South at the East 39th Street exit.Vancouver Police spokeswoman Kim Kapp said that the death investigation is continuing but that Klein has been removed from the agency’s missing person’s page online.Records show Klein had a number of misdemeanor cases filed against him in the past few years in Clark County District Court, but none in Superior Court.last_img read more

English National Opera chorus to vote on strike action over pay

first_imgMembers of the chorus at the English National Opera (Eno) are to take part in a ballot on industrial action over pay.The vote on strike action, to be held by Equity, the trade union for professional performers and creative practitioners, is in response to proposed pay cuts of 25% for 44 employees, and the potential loss of jobs for four members of staff.The changes may also impact working hours, additional pay for Sunday working and overtime pay.Cressida Pollock, chief executive at the English National Opera, said: “We are committed to preserving a permanent chorus at Eno. However, we have some difficult decisions to make over coming weeks as we seek to find ways to remodel our business so that we can weather a £5 million cut from our core Arts Council grant.“It is not our intention to further casualise the workforce at Eno. We remain committed to retaining a permanent chorus, orchestra and backstage team.“While we remain committed to our permanent ensembles, we also recognise that we have to make significant cost savings in order for Eno to be a more sustainable organisation in the long-term. We are working towards a solution with the Eno chorus that would see them maintained as a permanent ensemble but with a greater degree of flexibility in their contracts, which reflects the economic reality of Eno’s situation.”last_img read more

In Mountain Village elder judges use restorative justice to find solutions

first_imgAs an elder judge, Eugene Landlord works to address Mountain Village’s public health as well as its public safety. (Google maps image)The first thing that Judge Eugene Landlord does is listen. He watches his clients’ body language. There’s a certain look in their eyes that he tries to keep track of. If they seem depressed or at risk of harming themselves, he gives them his phone number.“Twenty-four hours a day, it doesn’t matter. Day or night, you call me when you really need help,” Landlord said. “There’s been two or three incidents where this occurred, and they do call. And those people are still here.”Eugene Landlord is an elder judge in the tribal court system of Mountain Village, and his job is different from that of his Western counterparts. Landlord focuses on his community’s health as well as its public safety. He arbitrates domestic violence and child protection cases, but he counsels community members with substance abuse issues, too.Over the past year, the Walker administration has worked out the details of its pledge to recognize Alaska Natives’ right to govern themselves; tribes are assuming authority over child welfare cases, certain education programs and law enforcement. And in communities like Mountain Village, tribal court systems are drawing on traditional views of justice to help residents rebuild their lives, rather than just punishing them.Landlord says Mountain Village’s tribal court practices restorative justice.“I always say all people are good,” Landlord said. said. “They just make bad choices. And we always give you an opportunity to change your life.”Landlord’s a little young to be an elder — he’s in his late 50s — but Mountain Village tribal officials kept asking him to join the court. He finally did four years ago. He has struggled with alcoholism and substance abuse himself, and while he’s been sober for years, that experience informs his work.When community members petition for substance abuse counseling, Landlord and two other judges review the case and figure out a treatment plan. The court’s tribal administrator usually schedules weekly or bi-weekly meetings between Landlord and the client. Landlord draws on a range of tools in these sessions. Some of them come from Alcoholics Anonymous; he’s also read a lot of self-help books. He says that he tries to steer away from many Western styles of treatment. Thirty-day or 90-day rehabs set time limits on recovery, and Landlord says that just isn’t helpful.“Sometimes they’re really reluctant to open up,” Landlord said. “We have to find ways to let them open up. And one of the ways we do it is to share our stories of how we overcame some of the substance abuse problems. That sort of breaks the ice because they’ll hear something that they can relate to and we build on that, and that’s really, really rewarding.”Cases that involve domestic violence are harder. Mountain Village’s tribal court system handles a lot of elder and child protection cases.“They’re the ones that are caught in the middle,” Landlord explained. “It’s not easy sometimes, finding solutions, but we do find solutions.”Court starts with a prayer. Then the elder judges, the respondents and the petitioners sign an oath. They promise to be as fair and impartial as possible and keep the proceedings confidential. Landlord says that they follow a specific process: the petitioners present their case and the judges ask them questions, then it’s the respondents’ turn.“The trick is not to draw ourselves in emotionally,” Landlord said. “Because we won’t make any kind of rational decisions. We just listen, sometimes really hard, but we’re listening to both sides.”If that arbitration doesn’t lead to any improvements, Landlord says that the respondent could face consequences. Hypothetically, those consequences could include banishment. Landlord says that it’s listed as a sort of last resort punishment in Mountain Village’s new alcohol code, though the community hasn’t had to banish anyone in years. It’s more of a deterrent than anything else, he says, and banishment can also be a pretty misunderstood practice. It doesn’t necessarily mean that the banished person is shunned by their community forever. Landlord remembered hearing about one case that involved several people who were addicted to homebrew.“The elders got tired of these people because they would always create problems in the village, so they kicked them out of the community,” Landlord said. “But the community would always go to them on a weekly basis to buy them supplies and make sure they were okay.”Mountain Village launched its tribal court system in 2007, and Landlord anticipates that the State of Alaska will be relying on systems like it more and more. He says that the state is already starting to turn domestic violence cases over to tribal court systems. While the court’s been doing well, Landlord says that he’d appreciate further education or training if the state begins to refer particularly serious cases to him, like sexual assault cases or those involving the mentally ill.In the meantime, Mountain Village’s tribal justice system is expanding. The tribe organized its own Department of Justice in February, and it includes a series of wellness programs to help sexual abuse and domestic violence survivors heal through traditional practices. The Department’s focus is not punishment, but healing and finding solutions instead.last_img read more

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