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IAC calls for restoration of ERC following swearing in of PPC

first_imgDear Editor,The Indian Action Committee (IAC) wishes to congratulate and commend President Granger for swearing in the members of the Public Procurement Commission (PPC) which he said he would do by the end of October 2016.The IAC also wishes to congratulate the newly sworn-in members of the PPC: Ms Carol Corbin, accountant; Ms Emily Dodson, Attorney-at-Law; Mr Ivor English, engineer; Dr Nand Kishore Gopaul PhD, veteran trade unionist; and Mr Sukrishnalall Pasha, University of Guyana lecturer.The IAC wishes them well in their endeavours and hopes that a level playing field can be established in the field of competitive bidding for projects that are required to transform Guyana and deliver benefits to all of its citizens so that better living standards can be realised.The IAC is encouraged by this timely action and calls upon President Granger to restore the Ethnic Relations Commission which he said he will do during this current sitting of Parliament.Yours sincerely,Saira AlliSecretary, Indian ActionCommitteelast_img read more

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Top trade

first_imgTaal Volcano eruption: House to develop rehab plan for Batangas, Cavite, Laguna But Standhardinger has struggled at San Miguel lately, as he is forced to share time with Fajardo, the reigning five-time MVP.Upon leaving the Beermen, Standhardinger averaged just 3.5 points and four rebounds in just four games for the Grand Slam-seeking squad.Tautuaa could make his debut for his third team when San Miguel battles Columbian Sunday at Smart Araneta Coliseum.Interestingly, Standhardinger plays his first game as a Batang Pier against the Beermen on Oct. 23 at Cuneta Astrodome.ADVERTISEMENT “I specifically asked for Christian, because he suits our run-and-gun style,” NorthPort coach Pido Jarencio told the Inquirer over the phone, even though there was a tinge of sadness in him in letting Tautuaa go.Tautuaa blossomed under the guidance of Jarencio at NorthPort, averaging a career-best 11.3 points and close to nine rebounds before being shipped away.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSAndray Blatche has high praise for teammate Kai SottoSPORTSBig differenceSPORTSAlmazan status stays uncertain ahead of Game 4“Christian can give us a solid post-up presence, and we are excited to have him here,” Jarencio went on. “It’s a win-win situation for both of us.”Standhardinger was selected first overall by the Beermen in the 2017 draft—a right it acquired from Columbian that divided the league’s board and led to the resignation of Chito Narvasa as commissioner. SEA Games: Agatha Wong wins 2nd gold medal in wushu PLAY LIST 02:30SEA Games: Agatha Wong wins 2nd gold medal in wushu03:46Lacson: PH lost about P161.5B tax revenue from big trading partners in 201700:50Trending Articles01:04Daybreak as smoke, ash billows from Taal volcano01:05Poor visibility, nakaapekto sa maraming lugar sa Batangas03:028,000 pulis sa Region 4-A, tuloy ang trabaho03:57Phivolcs, nahihirapan sa komunikasyon sa Taal01:04Sold-out: Stores run out of face masks after Taal spews ash01:45Iran police shoot at those protesting plane shootdown MOST READ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. San Miguel Beer will finally have the big man that will complement June Mar Fajardo and NorthPort will have the big man that it needs after they swapped former No. 1 picks in a celebrated trade approved by the PBA Commissioner’s Office on Monday.The Beermen sent Christian Standhardinger to the Batang Pier in exchange for the vastly improved Mo Tautuaa, whose more agile game for a man of his size can make San Miguel even more dangerous while playing beside the 6-foot-10 June Mar Fajardo.ADVERTISEMENT View comments LOOK: Taal Volcano island 2 days after eruption Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Nextcenter_img LOOK: Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Part 3 takes you straight to hell with a Music Video and First Look-Images Andray Blatche has high praise for teammate Kai Sotto No need to wear face masks in Metro Manila, says scientist Apology accepted Taal Volcano’s lava fountain weakens, but Phivolcs says it’s not sign of slowing down Francis Kong, Jason Magbanua headline ‘The School for the Passionate, New Bold U 2020’ LATEST STORIES Negros Occidental gov’t, church call for prayers for safety of Taal evacueeslast_img read more

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Anti-sexual harassment campaign launched

first_imgIn light of recent reports the organization has received, the Women and Gender Equality Commission has launched an anti-sexual harassment campaign. Chairperson of constitutional body, Indra Chandrapal, on Wednesday announced that the campaign was conceputalised after increasing reports were received, mainly from women, who noted experiences of unwanted advances from their co-workers.Commissioners holding up draft posters with anti-sexual harassment slogansChandrapal disclosed that many victims are often afraid to come forward. It was explained that suggestion boxes will be placed at a number of strategic points including the National Library, the University of Guyana, the Guyana Post Office Corporation, Giftland Mall and the Georgetown Public Hospital, where persons can note the details of their complaints.“We know that sexual harassment at the place of work is happening. We have had reports of these matters; unfortunately when you try to get to the bottom of the issue, those persons who would have come forward are always backing out because they fear intimidation from their employer,” Chandrapal stressed.It was explained that these boxes will be opened every two weeks, whereby a committee will assess the contents of the issues raised after which an investigative officer will follow through with the requisite actions.“[This will give] those persons who are victims of sexual harassment an opportunity to speak out or represent their issue without fear of intimidation,” the Commission’s Chairperson stressed.She added that these suggestion boxes will be extended to all 10 administrative regions of GuyanaMeanwhile, Commissioner Vanda Razdik informed that the body recently hosted seminars and is currently looking at legislation to bring improvement to gender development. The Commission stated that it intends to distribute the posters in offices and the body added that associated workshops are planned.The Women and Gender Equality Commission has a vision to encourage an environment where the rights of women are recognised as human rights. The Commission also seeks to “promote issues related to the enhancement of the status of women, girls and gender issues,” as enshrined in Article 29:1 of Guyana’s Constitution. Additionally, the body has a mandate to recommend and promote the implementation of legislation and to formulate policies and measures to “enhance and protect the status of women”.last_img read more

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Olazabal sheds tear for Seve as Ryder Cup opens

first_img“Welcome to the 39th Ryder Cup,” said US team captain Davis Love. “We are going to have three incredible days of golf here.”American Olympic swimming hero Michael Phelps gave the the opening speech before handing over the microphone to American singer-actor Timberlake, a six-handicapper who recited a poem about golf while being accompanied by the Chicago Youth Symphony orchestra.The teams were then led onto the stage by a military band. The wives and girlfriends arriving first and taking their chairs. They were followed by the players from both teams dressed in matching gray suits. The European team wore blue ties and the US players had gray ones.The site of the American players brought the first chants of “U-S-A, U-S-A” from the gallery.Phil Weaver, chairman of the European Professional Golf Association, paid tribute in his speech to Seve Ballesteros who died in May of last year from a brain tumour.Weaver’s speech brought a tearful reaction from Ballesteros’ close friend and former playing partner Jose Maria Olazabal, who is captain of the Europe team.When it was his turn to speak Olazabal talked warmly of Ballesteros.“How wonderful it is to be at Medinah Country Club for the 2012 Ryder Cup,” Olazabal said. “In my career I have come to realize how unique the Ryder Cup is. When I started playing golf I never thought I could be in this position.“I can mention a great friend in Seve. He was a special man and I believe Seve represented the core of Ryder Cup values. I learned from him what true passion is all about. Seve we miss you.”“On our stage we have the best 24 golfers on either side of the Atlantic,” Olazabal said. ”“I know how much you (USA) want this lovely, gold trophy back – but we have every intention of taking it back home with us.”As Olazabal spoke there were cries of “Oles” and people waving European flags in the gallery.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000CHICAGO, Illinois, USA September 28 – Jets roared overhead, flags were raised and national anthems sung as the biennial battle between Europe and the USA kicked into high gear Thursday with the Ryder Cup opening ceremonies.The one hour outdoor ceremony on the stage in front of the clubhouse of the Medinah Country Club began with a heart-warming poem from master of ceremonies Justin Timberlake and ended with the announcement of the pairings for Friday’s opening matches.last_img read more

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Chelsea linked with ANOTHER Italian as Conte looks to add depth to his squad

first_img1 Chelsea are eyeing a swoop for experienced Lazio midfielder Marco Parolo, claim reports in Italy.Antonio Conte believes the midfielder can add a different dimension to Chelsea’s squad next season having watched him excel for Lazio last term.The 31-year-old made 39 appearances for the Serie A squad and did enough to force his way into Conte’s Italy squad for 2016.And according to Skyitalia, Conte was left impressed with how Parolo conducted himself during the tournament and is seeking contact with him about a move to Stamford Bridge. Antonio Conte is reportedly keen to bring Italy international Marco Parolo to Stamford Bridge last_img

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Breaking News: Strange red Northern Light spotted above Donegal

first_imgA group of people visiting Donegal hoping to see the Northern Lights on Christmas night have spotted a strange red light above Inishowen.Experts who study the Aurora Borealis have studied pictures of the lights and have been left speechless.On closer inspection, the shape of reindeer and a sleigh is almost visible. But even more incredible is the fact that the reindeer and sleigh behind the red light appear to be moving at rapid speed.Northern Lights expert Mary Nuyeer said the red lights could be a sign that Santa is on his way to Donegal.She said “It’s incredible. It was visible to the naked eye but it was travelling so fast that not even our cameras could keep up with it.“It must have been Santa and his reindeer doing a fly-over to see if all the boys and girls were getting ready for bed. “He’ll be doing another check once more around 8pm to make sure all the good children are tucked up safe and sound.”Another Northern Lights watcher, Holly Bush, said there were even reports that the sleigh had been spotted having grounded beside Fanad Lighthouse so Rudolph and his fellow reindeer could refuel.RTE correspondent Eileen Magner has been dispatched from her base in Sligo hoping to catch a glimpse of the strange red lights and perhaps even a picture of the big man himself.Well-known Lifford cameraman Joe Boland from Northwest Newspix did manage to get a blurred picture of Santa having camped out all evening.Breaking News: Strange red Northern Light spotted above Donegal was last modified: December 27th, 2018 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Breaking News in the Industry: February 2, 2018

first_imgFive women charged with stealing more than $100,000 of merchandise from retail storesFive women were charged with stealing more than $100,000 of clothing and other merchandise from retail stores in an alleged organized theft ring operating in Baltimore, Harford, Anne Arundel, Charles and Montgomery counties, the state Attorney General’s office announced Wednesday. Tyrayah Shonita Graham, 23; Donna Leurine Moye, 39; Lisa Marie Williams, 54; Lyric Taj McLaughlin, 21; and Tiara Kianna Baker, 19, were charged with conspiracy to commit a theft scheme with a value of $100,000 or more, according to Attorney General Brian Frosh’s office. Moye and Williams are also charged with possessing and selling counterfeit goods. None of the suspects had attorneys listed in online state court records.The women allegedly targeted retail stores such as Dick’s Sporting Goods, Victoria’s Secret and Pink, prosecutors said. They would enter a store together, put large amounts of merchandise from store displays into large bags they brought with them, then leave without paying, prosecutors said. “Images of the stolen goods were then posted on Instagram to advertise the items,” prosecutors said. Prosecutors did not say specifically how much was stolen, or from where. “These individuals stole thousands of dollars’ worth of merchandise through an organized operation and then advertised for sale the stolen goods on the Internet,” Frosh said in a statement. “Working with our partners, we were able to shut down this ring and put the thieves behind bars.”  [Source: The Baltimore Sun]Teen accused of armed robbery, shopliftingAn Anderson County, South Carolina, teen has been arrested on multiple charges related to several business robberies. According to a Anderson County Sheriff’s Office news release, Marcus Demarius Smith, 19, was arrested and charge with armed robbery, robbery, possession of a weapon during a violent crime and shoplifting. The sheriff’s office said on Dec. 11, 2017, deputies responded to Taco Bell, located at 2629 S. Main St. around 6 p.m., in reference to an armed robbery. Employees at the restaurant said the suspect went in the business with a gun and took the cash register from the building. On Jan. 28, deputies were called to Dollar General, 2835 S. Main St. in reference to a shoplifting around 6:50 p.m. The manager of the store told deputies that the suspect entered the store and left without paying for his items when his card was declined. Around 8 p.m. on that same day, deputies responded to the same Dollar General, for another shoplifting complaint. The clerk at the store told deputies that she was outside collecting shopping carts and when she went back inside, a man was behind the counter grabbing items and putting them in a bag. She said when she tried to call police, the man knocked her aside and ran from the store. Smith was taken to the Anderson County Detention Center. [Source: WSPA7 News]- Sponsor – Woman gets more prison time for repeat shopliftingJessica Allison, 37, of York, Nebraska, has been given more prison time after repeatedly being caught shoplifting. York County District Judge James Stecker sentenced her to an additional year in prison, to be served consecutively with the sentence she is already serving at the Nebraska Center for Women. In March of 2015, in York County, Allison was sent to prison for 1-2 years after a series of crimes, including shoplifting and tampering with evidence. Just prior to that conviction, she was sentenced for shoplifting in Lancaster County. At that particular time, other shoplifting cases and a charge of flight to avoid arrest were pending and she was sentenced for another separate conviction in Seward County.This most recent case took place in mid-May, 2017, according to the factual basis proceedings earlier provided by York County Attorney Christopher Johnson. He said that York police officers were called to a local business where workers believed Allison had stolen approximately $170 worth of merchandise. Johnson said police reviewed surveillance video which showed her using a knife to remove security mechanisms, hiding the items in a bag and covering the bag with her jacket. Workers asked her as she left the store if she had found everything she was looking for and she told them they didn’t carry what she wanted. Suspecting illegal activity was taking place, which was also due to prior contacts they had had with Allison, the workers wrote down the license plate number on the vehicle in which she left. She was later arrested and charged. “She is currently serving a prison sentence so she is not a good candidate for probation,” Johnson said this week during court proceedings. “The pre-sentence investigation also highlights other concerns, such as her continued criminal activities and continued warrants.” “She has been unable to make restitution as she has been in prison,” York County Public Defender Nancy Waldron told the court, asking that if a prison sentence was to be pronounced that it be concurrent with the sentence she is now serving. [Source: York News-Times]Man jailed on 35 counts of credit card fraudAccording to Houston Co. Sheriff’s Office, Brandon Kemp of Perry, Georgia, is charged with 35 counts of financial transaction card fraud, one count of identity theft and one count of theft by receiving stolen property.

Deputies say they received information from the victim on Jan. 4 that he had extensive unauthorized charges on his Miami-Dade Credit Union account. 

An investigation led deputies to find Kemp obtained the debit card from the victim in December.

Kemp is being held at the Houston County Detention Center on $15,780 bond. [Source: WGXA News]NFL warns fans to be wary of counterfeit merchandise and ticketsSure, that Eagles T-shirt looks good on you, but are you sure it’s not counterfeit? Fake Super Bowl merchandise is flooding into the Twin Cities this week, and federal agents who usually fight terrorists are stalking our skyways and scrutinizing shopping tags to figure out if they can seize racks full of suspect sweatshirts and sham hats. It’s a big problem, according to the National Football League. Before last year’s Super Bowl in Houston, agents with the Department of Homeland Security — working with local law enforcement — confiscated more than 260,000 counterfeit items worth more than $20 million, court records show. A total of 56 people were arrested for selling illegal merchandise, including fake tickets to the big game. And that wasn’t the biggest haul. That happened in 2016, when 450,000 illegal items worth $39 million were seized. On Monday, a Hennepin County judge granted the league and its agents permission to seize all suspected contraband without the notices typically required in court. The order came in response to an emergency lawsuit the league filed against 100 unspecified counterfeiters on Jan. 24.In its lawsuit, the NFL described “large networks of itinerant resellers looking to maximize their profits as quickly as possible before leaving town without a trace.” The NFL said in the suit that fans suffer because many of the counterfeit items are of substandard quality, with clothing tearing, shrinking and fading prematurely. They said fans can often spot the difference between fake and legitimate clothing by checking for low quality fabric, loose stitching and off-center logos. “Only companies that meet high standards of quality, performance and reliability receive a license to use or sell products bearing the NFL trademarks,” the league said in its suit. Tickets are another hot item for counterfeiters, and the stakes are even higher for those who get suckered. Every year, according to league officials, fans are turned away at the stadium because they bought a counterfeit ticket, or came with a ticket that had been stolen and resold. To avoid being victimized, the NFL urges fans to avoid buying tickets from someone on the street, and to pay for all transactions with a credit card. League officials also note that counterfeit tickets can be quite sophisticated. To deter fraud, the NFL insists on paper tickets using logos with heat sensitive ink. The hologram logo disappears when rubbed and returns when the ink cools. Other images can only be seen under black light.   [Source: StarTribune]Employee arrested for stealing oxycodoneA manager at Walgreens, 9449 S. Howell Ave., called police Jan. 23 about an employee who had been stealing narcotics. The employee, a pharmacy technician at the store, admitted to police she had been stealing oxycodone pills from February 2017 to January 2018. She said she did not have an exact number of pills or dollar amount, but that it was less than 100 pills. She was arrested on charges of theft and possession of Schedule II drugs. [Source: Journal-Sentinel] Stay UpdatedGet critical information for loss prevention professionals, security and retail management delivered right to your inbox.  Sign up nowlast_img read more

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3D Printing: Market Expected to More than Double by 2019

first_imgThe 3D printing market is expected to grow from $11 billion in 2015 to $26.7 billion by 2019.  That’s a 27 percent annual growth rate, according to a new report by IDC.The IDC report predicts that the 3D printer market which has been growing at 100 percent in China will surpass that of the US market in 2016.  Because a large number of printers being manufactured in China are low-end desktop machines, the US will continue to lead the 3D printer market in revenues at least for the next few years.Christopher Chute, Vice President IDC, said that “3D printing has been a mainstay in specialized discrete manufacturing markets like automotive and aerospace for many years. However, in just the past three years, lower-priced 3D printers and affordable materials have dramatically widened the market for 3D printing to now enable consumer, education, healthcare and additional manufacturing markets. That said, 3D printing availability doesn’t translate similarly across industries. Vendors and service providers need to understand how differences in use cases, materials cost, and end customer expectation are uniquely shaping each market.”Tim Greene, IDC analyst, said that “the technologies that enable 3D printing continue to develop and expand in nearly every direction.  These technologies can help deliver larger, more accurate, and more solidly built models in a fraction of the time.”last_img read more

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India’s GST is One of The World’s Most Complex Tax Reforms

first_imgWill India, a $2 trillion (£1.5tn) economy with 1.3 billion consumers, now become a truly single market? Related Itemslast_img

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ADL ‘wants €900m for Napoli’

first_imgAurelio De Laurentiis is only prepared to sell Napoli for a fee in region of €900m, according to Il Mattino. The Daily Mail claimed yesterday that the Al-Thani family of Qatar had offered €560m to buy Napoli. However, Il Mattino is today running the line that De Laurentiis values the Partenopei at almost double. Despite the club’s current situation, the Naples-based daily is adamant the patron has no intention of selling up. However, he would have held several meetings with members of the Qatari ruling family in January, concerning investment via sponsorship. De Laurentiis bought Napoli in 2004 and saved them from bankruptcy. They’ve won two Coppa Italia during his time as owner. Watch Serie A live in the UK on Premier Sports for just £11.99 per month including live LaLiga, Eredivisie, Scottish Cup Football and more. Visit: https://subscribe.premiersports.tv/last_img read more

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