GENEVA – Swiss pharmaceutical giant Novartis AG announced a series of multibillion-dollar deals Tuesday with other major pharmaceutical companies that it said would reduce sales but boost profitability, while affecting some 15,000 of its employees globally.The Basel, Switzerland-based company said it has agreed to buy GlaxoSmithKline plc’s cancer-drug business for $14.5 billion, plus up to $1.5 billion more if certain milestones are met, and to divest most of its vaccines business to GSK for $7.1 billion, plus royalties.The two drugmakers also are creating a new consumer health care business through a joint venture. It combines Novartis’ over-the-counter drug business with GSK’s consumer business to create a new entity that would generate $10 billion a year in revenue. Novartis would own 36.5 per cent of the new business, focusing on pain management, coughs and colds and dermatology.All the deals between Novartis and GSK are timed to close simultaneously.Separately, Novartis said it will sell off its animal health division to U.S.-based Eli Lilly & Co. for about $5.4 billion.In a statement, Novartis CEO Joseph Jimenez said the deals mark “a transformational moment” for the company by refocusing its business around three core strengths: innovative drugs, eye care and generics.“They also improve our financial strength, and are expected to add to our growth rates and margins immediately,” he said.The oncology business that Novartis is picking up from GSK had revenue of $1.6 billion and a 20 per cent growth rate last year, Jimenez told reporters in a conference call.And the Swiss company said its flu business, which is not part of the sale to U.K.-based GSK, would be divested in another pending deal, but it did not provide more specifics.Taken together, the deals will reduce Novartis’ sales by about $4 billion, from $60 billion down to $56 billion, Jimenez said, but the company’s “absolute profit goes up and that’s partly because we’re acquiring the oncology products and we are divesting products that have lower profit.”The transactions affect some 15,000 of the company’s 135,000 employees globally, he said, and “they will move with the divestitures or into that joint venture.”Novartis employs about 2,000 people in Ontario and Quebec.Jimenez, however, said Novartis won’t fire anyone. All Novartis employees whose units are being sold off “will be fully transferred to the new owners,” he said.– With files from The Canadian Press. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by John Heilprin, The Associated Press Posted Apr 22, 2014 12:26 am MDT Novartis, GSK, Lilly sign multibillion-dollar deals to trade business units A Novartis employee works in a laboratory in Prangins, Switzerland on Oct. 19, 2012. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP, Keystone, Yannick Bailly
HAWTHORNE, Calif. – A company that has flown unmanned capsules to the Space Station unveiled a spacecraft designed to ferry up to seven astronauts to low-Earth orbit that SpaceX founder Elon Musk says will revolutionize access to space.The cone-headed craft dubbed Dragon V2 featured landing legs and a propulsion system designed to land the manned craft anywhere on land “with the accuracy of a helicopter,” Musk said Thursday at the Southern California rocket builder’s headquarters near Los Angeles International Airport.The technology would enable rapid reloading and reusability of the spacecraft, he said, noting that in the past rockets and space craft return to Earth in a fireball, rendering them unusable.“This is extremely important for revolutionizing access to space because as long as we continue to throw away rockets and space crafts, we will never truly have access to space it’ll always be incredibly expensive,” Musk said.The white capsule also featured a sleek interior with swing-up computer screens at the control station, a two-level seating system to accommodate up to seven astronauts and large windows for them to marvel at Earth’s curvature.Since the shuttle fleet retired in 2011, NASA has depended on Russian rockets to transport astronauts to orbit and back, paying nearly $71 million per seat. The space agency has said it wants U.S. companies to fill the void by 2017 and has doled out seed money to spur innovation.SpaceX — short for Space Exploration Technologies Corp. — has made four cargo runs to the giant orbiting outpost some 200 miles (320 kilometres) above Earth. Just last month, its Dragon capsule splashed into the Pacific, returning nearly 2 tons of science experiments and old equipment.Companies competing for the right to ferry station astronauts need to design a spacecraft that can seat a crew of four or more and be equipped with life support systems and an escape hatch in case of emergency. SpaceX has said it’s designing a seven-seat spacecraft.SpaceX and longtime NASA contractor Boeing Co. are “more or less neck and neck” in the competition, but there’s a long way to go before astronauts can rocket out of the atmosphere on private spacecraft, said John Logsdon, professor emeritus of political science and international affairs at George Washington University.Logsdon said progress by private companies is slower than anticipated mainly because Congress has not fully funded NASA’s budget request for the effort. He said it’s important for the U.S. to wean its reliance on Russia given the political tension over the annexation of Crimea.“It’s essential to have our own capability to transport people to space,” he said. “This is an important step in that direction.” by Raquel Maria Dillon, The Associated Press Posted May 29, 2014 10:36 pm MDT SpaceX’s Elon Musk unveils spacecraft designed to fly astronauts to space station AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
ALTHOUGH THERE HAS been a lot of recent international focus on the struggles of the LGBT community in Russia, the problems we have faced have been ongoing for some time. While there has been a lot of discussion about this summer’s “gay propaganda” law and talk about whether the international community or athletes should make a stand at the Sochi Winter Olympics this January, the Russian anti-homosexual campaigns began in earnest in the run-up to the legislative elections in 2011.Putin’s administration used attacks on LGBT rights to divide those in the opposition movement, and to divert attention away from what had been bigger problems in people’s minds – like access to education and healthcare as well general outrage about wide-spread corruption.‘Propaganda of non-traditional sexual relations to minors’The ‘gay propaganda law’, as it is being called by many people,has been passed in the Duma but is yet to be fully implemented. The law has not come fully into force in part because the wording of the legislation is so vague. Nobody is quite sure what “propaganda of non-traditional sexual relations to minors” really means but, nevertheless, it creates a climate of uncertainty in which no one really knows where they stand. The proposed punishments for individuals found guilty of breaching this law are fines, while for organisations there are very hefty fines and forced closure of operations.There is, however, another law that is stifling not only the LGBT movement but also civil society organisations more generally. This law requires any group that receives any money from abroad to register as a “foreign agent”. This is a label that makes it very easy to turn public opinion against an organisation’s cause, and is also a way to place more restrictions on these groups’ actions.One of these restrictions has been the banning of gay pride parades in Moscow. Because many groups now need to register as foreign agents, it is much easier for the government to tell the story that these social and democratic movements, including the LGBT movement, are Western influences at work and that they are against Russian values.LGBT people are being taken seriously for the first timeFor a long time in Russia, LGBT people used to be simply considered freaks and outsiders, and we were never part of the public dialogue. These laws, the international backlash and the public’s reaction have made LGBT people appear ‘dangerous’, which is a bad state of affairs.However, this also means that LGBT people are being taken seriously, even if negatively, for the first time, and there is finally a public conversation in Russia about LGBT issues and rights. Moreover, the new law helped mobilise the LGBT movement from within. Similar to Thatcher’s Section 28 – which also aimed at preventing the “promotion of homosexuality” – this Russian law has also become a unifying force for diverse LGBT groups who now feel more solidarity than ever in Russia, with new groups emerging and old ones mobilising their supporters. Meanwhile, we have been receiving significant support from ordinary people and human rights groups in Russia.Unfortunately, as LGBT people become more visible and more vocal about challenging discrimination and seeking equal rights, there has been an increase in attacks on LGBT people by far-right groups –violence that the police often fail to investigate. I myself was attacked by a homophobic gang while protesting outside the Duma with a group of other LGBT campaigners, and my nose was broken. Even though the police caught the men who attacked me, they were released without any charge.International solidarity: the best route forwardThe gay propaganda law and the increase in violence has produced international solidarity, both within the LGBT community in other countries, but also more widely. We have gained a lot of support, and have been able to learn from the successes and hardships of other LGBT movements in their fight against discrimination.Support from citizens of other countries and non-governmental bodies, like the Dublin-based organisation, Front Line Defenders, can increase pressure on our Government more than sanctions by foreign governments, which can sometimes be dismissed as ‘Western meddling’ in Russian affairs.Economic sanctions or an economic boycott would effect ordinary people much more than officials in the Government. They would also contribute to further isolation and marginalisation of the LGBT people in Russian society. At the same time, it is a great illusion that Western leaders are particularly concerned about human rights and democracy. The US President Barack Obama made it very clear when he met with members of LGBT groups in St Petersburg, during a visit to discuss action on Syria, that human rights was just not top of America’s agenda when dealing with Russia.The change must come from withinPart of what campaigners and citizens have been calling for, both in Russia and in other countries, is for countries or athletes to boycott the upcoming Sochi Winter Olympics. There are differing opinions on this but I, and many others, think that the Winter Olympics is an important opportunity to protest and draw even more international attention to the way Russia is treating LGBT people as second-class citizens as well as other violations of freedoms and rights in this country.There will be a large focus in many countries on their athletes competing, and this gives the LGBT movements and citizens in those countries a chance to show solidarity with us. A boycott would make that more difficult.So, some things have become more difficult for LGBT people in Russia in recent times, but with that difficulty comes the hope that change for the better isn’t impossible. The only alternatives would be to stay quiet, or leave the country – neither of which are acceptable options.International help and support is necessary, but the change to Russia’s attitudes to LGBT people can’t come from a foreign country. If there is to be real change, it has to come from a grass-roots movement of LGBT people in Russia. And that’s where it is coming from.Igor Yassin is an LGBT activist in Moscow’s Rainbow Association. He was in Dublin this October attending the 7th Front Line Defenders Dublin Platform for Human Rights Defenders, a gathering of 135 human rights defenders from 90 countries. Igor also spoke at a side event run in conjunction with the Gay and Lesbian Equality Network.Read: ‘Gay athletes will be made feel comfortable at Winter Olympics,’ insists PutinRead: Here’s the letter gay actor Wentworth Miller sent to a Russian film festivalColumn: ‘Coming out’ as gay meant that, at 54, I could finally be myself
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Villareal has parted company with Javi Calleja after a poor start to the season that left the club just three points above the relegation zone in La Liga.Calleja led Villareal to a fifth-place finish and Europa League football last season, but the Yellow Submarines have struggled this term.The club has won just one league game since September while their Europa League qualification hangs by a thread.“Villarreal has decided to rescind Javi Callejas contract as first-team coach. The club would like to thank the coach for his work, dedication, and professionalism on the Yellows bench after taking charge early on last season, and wish him the best of luck in his sporting career.,” read an official statement on the club’s website.“As a professional footballer, Calleja played for the Villarreal first team in one of the most successful eras of the club, reaching the UEFA Champions League semi-finals.Zidane reveals Sergio Ramos injury concern for Real Madrid Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Zinedine Zidane has put Sergio Ramos’ availability for Real Madrid’s trip to Sevilla next weekend in doubt after withdrawing him against Levante.“He also played for CD Onda when it was affiliated to Villarreal CF, as well as turning out for Real Madrid C, RSD Alcalá, Málaga CF and CA Osasuna.“The first-team training session, that was going to take place at 10:30am at the Villarreal CF Training Ground (Ciudad Deportiva), will still take place at the same location (time to be confirmed).“The club will announce the new Villarreal CF manager in the coming hours.”
More than four in 10 (42%) employee respondents overeat or eat unhealthy foods because of workplace stress, according to research by Canada Life Group Insurance.Its survey of 1,006 full-time and part-time employees also found that 31% of respondents who work in an open-plan office believe that either their colleagues or their boss would not approve if they used their full lunch hour to exercise, compared with 14% of respondents who work from home.The research also found:61% of respondents who work outside are more likely to make unhealthy food choices at work, compared to 58% of those who work in an open-plan office, 50% of respondents who work on a shop or business floor, and 32% of respondents who work from home.58% of office-based respondents agree that their job does not leave them time to exercise, compared to 38% of respondents who work from home.45% of respondents who work in an open-plan office have put on weight since they started their current role, compared to 28% who work from home.31% of respondents describe themselves as being frequent or occasional smokers, and 11% of respondents drink with colleagues three to four times a week or more.87% of office-based respondents and 72% of home-based respondents spend most of their working day sitting down, and 64% and 47% of respondents, respectively, are too tired before or after work to exercise.Paul Avis (pictured), marketing director at Canada Life Group, said: “With employees spending the majority of their week at work, the habits we develop in the workplace can have a real impact on our long-term health. Although this is partly down to [employees’] own health choices, our research reveals some workplace environments are more likely to cultivate behaviours with real health risk implications than others.“Employers can alleviate the issue of poor workplace health by communicating positive health and wellbeing messages to staff. Employee assistance programmes (EAPs), such as those included alongside most group income protection products, are a vital tool in maintaining a healthy workforce. These services can help promote healthy actions and support employees should their wellbeing begin to suffer.“All employers have a duty of care towards their employees, and regularly communicating the importance of health and wellbeing will result in a happier, and ultimately more productive, workforce.”
The Andrew Hope Building in downtown Juneau is among the parcels that the Central Council of Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska is proposing to put in trust. (Photo by Ed Schoenfeld/CoastAlaska News)Southeast Alaska’s largest tribal organization has applied to the federal government to put seven parcels in downtown Juneau into a federal trust.Listen nowFor decades the federal government had prevented Alaska Native tribes from putting lands into trust that can exempt it from local laws.But a court decision last year overturned the so-called Alaska exemption opening up new opportunities for tribal sovereignty that mirrors Indian country in the Lower 48.The Juneau-based Central Council of Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska is nearly at the end of the process. Its application calls for putting seven downtown parcels into a federal trust. The land includes the Andrew Hope Building and surrounding parking on what was once a summer village inhabited by the Aakʼw Ḵwáan.“It’s going to stay a parking lot. We have really no plans to get into any kind of big ventures there or anything. In fact, we need more parking — not less,” Richard Peterson, the Central Council’s president, said. “So you’re not going to see us throw up a five-story shopping center or something like that.”Peterson said putting land into trust would be a milestone and make the tribe eligible for more federal grants.So far only one other Alaska tribe has completed the process — and the issue remains complex.Tribal sovereignty can affect anything from local zoning to police and fire coverage.“When land goes into trust under these circumstances it removes regulatory authority over the parcels,” Juneau City Attorney Amy Mead said. “Those issues need to be worked out before the city can take a position. We really don’t know what Central Council’s position is with respect to how we’re going to coexist.”The tribe plans to work all that out with the city, Peterson said.“We want to have an agreement so that we have law enforcement,” Peterson said. “We certainly are worried about fire protection so we want to talk to them about what that means.”The city has asked for 30-day extension beyond the May 5 deadline imposed by the Bureau of Indian Affairs.Mead said the law requires the Juneau Assembly to deliberate in an open meeting and scheduling that takes time.“These are very new in Alaska so we’re doing the best we can trying to find our way through this process,” Mead said.The city’s appeal to slow down the process hasn’t created acrimony.“You know I understand their desire to want a little extra time to make sure they can take a look at things,” Peterson said. “I don’t think we really have any opposition to that.”A ruling by the Bureau of Indian Affairs over the city’s request for more time is expected within the week.
Share Justin Dehn | Houston Public MediaTexans protest in front of the Attorney General’s office after the White House announced it would phase out the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.The same day the U.S. Supreme Court declined to fast-track a decision President Donald Trump wanted on the fate of the nation’s “Dreamers,” a federal district judge granted undocumented immigrants a separate, temporary victory.U.S. District Judge Philip S. Gutierrez on Monday issued a temporary injunction that prevents Department of Homeland Security officials from revoking Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, status from young, undocumented immigrants without notice or explanation. The department must also give DACA recipients an opportunity to respond, according to the decision. DACA, which Trump has threatened to let expire in March, is an Obama-era program that awarded renewable, two-year work permits and a reprieve from deportation proceedings to certain undocumented immigrants who came to the U.S. as children.Monday’s ruling out of California in IEIYC & Arreola v. Nielsen also grants class-action status to future defendants, which means that similar cases — including those in Texas — must follow the judge’s guidelines, said David Hausman, an attorney with the American Civil Liberties Union’s Immigrant Rights Project. The ACLU and the ACLU of Southern California filed the suit on behalf of the three DACA recipients in California who alleged that their status had been revoked despite being in full compliance with the law.“Anyone who in the future will be subject to termination without notice is part of our class,” Hausman said. “It means the result in our case is all the more important.” The case could now return to Gutierrez’s court for a full hearing, or the government could appeal the injunction. Officials with U.S. Immigration and Citizenship Services, which administers DACA, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.The lawsuit alleges that the Department of Homeland Security illegally and arbitrarily revoked DACA permits based on unproven allegations, or low-level offenses that don’t disqualify DACA recipients, the ACLU said. In some cases, Hausman said, the government “notices to appear” before an immigration judge that DACA recipients receive — the first step in the deportation process — only say they’ve been charged with “unlawful presence,” something that is “common to all DACA recipients.” They offer no specifics. In his ruling, Gutierrez wrote that it was clear this issue would affect future DACA recipients, not just the plaintiffs. Hausman said Gutierrez’s ruling complements the U.S. Supreme Court’s Monday decision by giving “Dreamers” an added layer of protection amid the uncertainty around the future of DACA. Trump announced in September that the program would end early next month, but two separate federal court rulings have stopped the phase-out of the program from happening. Monday’s U.S. Supreme Court decision means the case will go through the normal appeals process, which could drag on for several more months and afford more DACA recipients the chance to renew their two-year work permits.But immigrants and their supporters were less welcoming of another court ruling that emerged out of Washington this week.On Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court overturned a lower court’s ruling that immigrants in prolonged detention should be allowed a custody hearing to determine if they are eligible for release. Two lower courts had ruled that immigrants should be afforded a hearing after being detained for six months, according to an ACLU news release.But Justice Samuel Alito said that interpretation was too broad and that the reading of the current law authorizes detention “until the end of the applicable proceedings,” The Washington Post reported.Justices instead sent the case back to the appeals courts to determine if the practice of holding immigrants for an extended period violates the U.S. Constitution.“This decision will leave many immigrants behind bars for years with no opportunity to tell an independent decision-maker why there is no need to detain them,” Clara Long, a senior immigration researcher with Human Rights Watch, said in a statement. “Detained immigrants are also significantly less likely to be able to find a lawyer and to win their cases. Many give up strong claims to remain in the U.S. because they cannot bear being locked up.”
For years, dentists and inventors have tried all kinds of tricks to get kids (and grown-ups) to brush their teeth properly. One approach they haven’t tried: turning a toothbrush into a game controller. Well, someone has finally done it.Meet the Playbrush, a high-tech accessory for modern brushers. It’s not a toothbrush. Playbrush is a small “boot” that slips over the end of just about any ordinary toothbrush. Inside, there’s a small PCB with a Bluetooth 4.0LE chip and a rechargeable battery.Pair Playbrush with your smartphone or tablet, and you’re no longer holding a mere toothbrush. It’s now your key to high scores and bragging rights, not to mention a cavity-free mouth and fresh-smelling breath that will be the envy of your friends and co-workers. Brush properly in their example game, and your score will climb as your griffin eats flying goats (or rescues them, whatever is going on here).Its creators are focusing on 4-to-10 year-olds, the same group that gimmicks like Tooth Tunes have been aimed at. But what’s more fun: blasting two minutes of One Direction through your teeth or playing a video game while you brush? Still, while kids are the focus, they know that plenty of adults will be excited to get their hands on Playbrush, too.As fancy and high-tech as those Oral-B Bluetooth smart toothbrushes might be, they’re not the oral hygiene party that Playbrush is. And for what it’s worth, the Playbrush games don’t just make sure you hit the two-minute mark. They also encourage proper brushing technique and track their progress over time. It’s also a lot cheaper, at least if you back Playbrush on Kickstarter. A limited number of backers will score one for about $57. After that stash has been emptied, the price jumps to around $70. You’ll be getting more than a fun way to improve your brushing habits, too. You’ll also be doing a good deed. For every pledge above the £1 level the project receives, the Playbrush creators will send a toothbrush to a child in need.
Noted danseuse, Shallu Jindal’s an hour long performance at Kamani Auditorium on 1 November took the Capital to a scintillating journey into the world of Kuchipudi. Her daughter, Yashasvini, an upcoming Kuchipudi dancer, was also part of the performance.The classical repertoire portrayed different elements of Krishna-leela through Kuchipudi. The performance started with an invocation of Lord Venkateswara. This was followed by a rendition on Mere Saason ki Maala (a Meera Bai bhajan popularised by Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan) fused with sufi and Hindustani music. It was followed by Thillana – a traditional Kuchipudi Nritya item. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’The third part of the performance was Madhushala – a unique performance on the poem by the famed Late Harivansh Rai Bachchan.The evening ended with Tarangam in which Jindal performed on the edges of a brass plate in devotion to Lord Krishna. This item displayed an exquisite virtuosity as the dancer executes intricate footwork patterns by dancing on the rim of a brass plate and coordinates them with complicated rhythmic patterns. It is said to be the union of the Atma (soul) with the Parmatma (Almighty).
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Here are 3 simple steps to men’s essential skin care daily groomingThis is how ‘Gay Twitter’ killed my self-worthThe secret gay history of tattoos and their hidden meaningsRead the full article on Gaystarnews: :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/makeup-men-clarins/ Clarins Beauty Coach Tyler Holdom. | Photo: supplied GAYSTARNEWS- ‘Then I use UV Plus for Men, which is an SPF 50 sunscreen. It’s lightweight, gives a matte finish,’ he said.Time for the makeupThe Clarins makeup which Tyler uses includes:The SOS Primer in 00 Universal Light, which gives the skin a beautiful glow.For a foundation that’s super lightweight but still gives good coverage, Tyler uses the Clarins Skin Illusion Foundation in shade 108 Sand.Then the Duo Bronzer in shade 01 because, well, who doesn’t love to be tanned!To get a healthy blush, I use the Clarins Blush in shade 02 Soft Peach.And finally the Clarins Lip Oil in shade Raspberry. This makes the lips look plumped, hydrated and shiny – with a flash of colour. Win!After he’s applied it all, he uses the Clarins Fix makeup setting spray – it’s scented like roses and smells beautiful!Watch Tyler’s tutorial:[embedded content]Aftercare‘So to take makeup off, you could use the ClarinsMen’s Active Face Wash,’ Tyler reveals. ‘It removes impurities, and the gel formula is non drying on the skin – so suitable for all skin types.’He continued: ‘But I personally use the one step cleanser in mint (for normal to combination skin) which removes makeup, cleanses and tones all in one simple step. Fast and easy!’Clarins is in collaboration with Gay Star News. You can follow Tyler on Instagram. See also:7-year-old gender fluid Cooper: ‘Little boys can like makeup too’Sephora is giving free makeup lessons to the trans communityWhy wearing makeup is my way of putting a finger up to gender rolesGot a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . For this reason, there’s loads more skincare information for women, but little for men.So we asked Clarins Beauty Coach Tyler Holdom to take us through what to wear for a natural look and what to do to protect your skin before and after applying makeup.Clarins Beauty Coach Tyler Holdom. | Photo: supplied‘I wear makeup because I love the way my skin looks once I have applied it,’ Tyler told Gay Star News. ‘I love the way it makes me feel.’He believes it can make you feel more ‘confident, powerful and happy.’Tyler doesn’t wear it everyday – rather, for a night out or to look fresh for work.Clarins Beauty Coach Tyler Holdom. | Photo: suppliedHe continued: ‘Some days when I’m not feeling my best… its like an instant pick me up – I feel ready to conquer the day.‘There is a lot of stigma around guys wearing makeup, but hey, if it makes you feel good then who the hell cares!‘Keep doing you boo,’ he added.Pre-makeup skincare regimeTyler said: ‘Before I apply my makeup I always like to make sure my skin is hydrated, primed and protected.‘This is important to make sure it lasts all day and my skin looks perfect whatever the time.‘If I was stuck on a desert island and could only take one skincare item, my go-to product is the Clarins Double Serum.‘It goes deeper than a moisturizer and can help with my skin’s five vital functions – hydration, oxygenation, nutrition, protection and regeneration.Clarins Beauty Coach Tyler Holdom. | Photo: supplied‘After this, I’ll go in with a lightweight moisturizer, so I normally grab our ClarinsMen Revitalizing Gel. It gives my skin an energy boost and helps with the first signs of ageing. Who doesn’t need that? There’s no doubt there’s an undeniable stigma surrounding guys wearing makeup. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us)
Related posts:Costa Rica’s shark conservation record is a ‘mixed bag,’ observers say Costa Rica declines to vote on shark protections at international convention Victim testifies in Jairo Mora murder retrial Winners of Costa Rica Fishackathon create tool to help track fuel subsidies for fishing Wildlife experts from all over the world will converge on San José Monday to discuss international protections for shark and ray species. The meeting comes on the heels of scathing critiques from environmentalists of Costa Rica’s recent record on shark conservation.Attendees at this second Meeting of Signatories of the Memorandum of Understanding of Migratory Sharks will consider protecting an additional 22 species of sharks and rays under the Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals (CMS). The CMS aims to protect migratory species throughout their range, across international boundaries.Costa Rica was chosen to host the shark meeting after successfully lobbying for international protections for hammerhead sharks at past conventions. But the country’s role as a leader in shark conservation has come into question.Last year, the Solís administration came under fire from conservation groups for green-lighting shipments of hammerhead shark fins to Hong Kong.Then, in January, Costa Rican President Luis Guillermo Solís received the dishonorable Shark Enemy of the Year Award, which he earned after promising fishing groups that Costa Rica would no longer support international protections for additional shark species considered of commercial interest.The Solís administration has been outspoken in its rejection of the Shark Enemy award, insisting that the country has not backtracked on shark protections.To prove it, the government recently came out in support of protecting additional species of sharks found in Costa Rica under the CMS. The government’s support for new protections directly contradicts the written agreements that members of the Solís administration signed last year with fishing groups.The three species now on the table — hammerhead, silky and thresher sharks — are regularly fished in Costa Rican waters and are listed as “threatened” by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature’s (IUCN) Red List of Threatened Species.Conservationists applauded the government’s apparent return to its original support for new shark protections.“Listing of these species under the Memorandum will provide Costa Rica with better tools to promote the regional conservation of these highly migratory species,” said Randall Arauz, president of the Costa Rican conservation organization PRETOMA and a vocal critic of the Solís administration’s previous actions on shark conservation.The Tico Times was unable to reach fishing industry leaders over the weekend for comment.On Monday, the government released a statement saying that the fishing sector will not face any restrictions for sustainable fishing of the shark species that it is proposing for international conservation measures.“The country’s position achieves the necessary equilibrium between conservation, investigation and sustainable fishing of the species,” Environment Minister Edgar Gutíerrez said in the statement. Facebook Comments
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Amen The writer is film and theatre editorTime Out Delhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Tushar Bhaduri | New Delhi | Updated: August 22 2017 11:44 am West Indies are yet to win a Test match in England since 2000 (Source: Reuters) Related News It was an all too familiar story that played out at Edgbaston in the first ever day/night Test in England West Indies lost 19 wickets in a day to lose by an innings batting for a combined duration of six and a half hours But the most damning fact is that this sort of capitulation was not entirely unexpected The West Indies have been lurching from one disaster to the next for a long time They drew with England in their last series in the Caribbean in April-May 2015 but it has been mostly downhill ever since Diminishing returns West Indies have won just two Tests in their last 18 losing 13 of those games Clearly while they are not winning they don’t even seem to have the ability to hold on for a draw Recently their No11 batsman Shannon Gabriel got out playing a big shot when only one over remained to be negotiated to ensure a drawn series against Pakistan Minus 200 In eight of their Tests over this period the West Indies have conceded a lead of over 200 on first innings showing the gulf of class between them and most of the other teams They have managed to be in front on first innings in only one match out of their last 18 Too few 5-wicket hauls Bowlers win matches The likes of Shannon Gabriel Devendra Bishoo Jason Holder and Miguel Cummins have impressed with the ball off and on but they have not done it consistently enough or as a unit to have the desired impact The West Indians have had 9 five-wicket hauls in the last 18 Tests but they have translated into only two victories Opposition bowlers have had 14 of them in the same period Centurions of wrong kind Test cricket is a battle of attrition with quality batsmen forcing opposition bowlers to a hard graft forcing them to bowl a lot of overs and conceding a lot of runs West Indies bowlers have conceded over a 100 runs in an innings as many as 20 times in the last 18 Tests while their own batsmen have forced opposition bowlers to do so on just six occasions Different fortunes in T20 While their Test team flounders the West Indies are an irresistible force in Twenty20 cricket They have won two of the last three World Cups in the shortest format in which their most famous stars join hands They have a successful Caribbean Premier League which attracts a lot of spectators while the Test team plays in front of sparse crowds as nobody wants to pay to see their team lurch from one seemingly inevitable defeat to another Speaking of disaster “This lot are the worst Test team I have seen in more than 50 years of watching playing and commentating on cricket They can’t bat can’t bowl I take no pleasure out of saying this as I played against some of the greatest players the world has ever seen wearing the maroon cap of the West Indies” – Geoffrey Boycott “I talked with Sir Viv Richards and Sir Andy Roberts before and during the Test about how we used to dominate world cricket about pride and passion That’s what’s lacking People feel sad for us and that’s just not right” – Curtly Ambrose 6 – Number of centuries West Indian batsmen have scored since their home series against England more than two years ago Of these three have been by Roston Chase In stark contrast opposition batsmen have feasted on their mediocre bowling helping themselves to 22 hundreds in the last 18 Tests For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: July 25 2017 10:24 pm Diego Maradona’s goal in the 1986 World Cup quarterfinal remains one of the most controversial moments in football (File) Related News Diego Maradona admits that his iconic goal at the 1986 World Cup against England – dubbed ‘the Hand of God’ – wouldn’t have stood had it the goal line technology that is currently sparsely in use had been there at the time At the same time he’s backed the use of goal line technology (VAR – video assistant referees) In a game that took place during the 1986World Cup between Argentina and England in the quarterfinals Maradona infamously scored a brace The first saw Maradona put the ball past Peter Shilton with the use of his hand instead of the head as many believed it to be However his second and winning goal of the game was a mesmerising solo run that started from the halfway line and go past five defenders before rounding keeper Shilton and scoring to give Argentina a 2-1 win Afterwards Maradona claimed that his first goal was scored by‘Hand of God’ “Obviously I think about it whenever I show my support for the use of technology” Maradona said in an interview to FIFA’s official website “I thought about it and sure that goal wouldn’t have stood if technology had been around And I’ll tell you something else: at the 1990 World Cup I used my hand to clear the ball off the line against the Soviet Union We were lucky because the referee didn’t see it You couldn’t use technology back then but it’s a different story today” One of the criticisms of the VAR is that players and officials alike reckon that a lot of time is wasted in going over the decisions but Maradona reckons that it isn’t the case? 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