Former Ohio State Football Star Appears To Call Out The Coaches

first_imgTwo Ohio State football helmetsNEW ORLEANS, LA – JANUARY 01: Ezekiel Elliott #15 of the Ohio State Buckeye helmet is seen on the sidelines prior to the start of the game during the All State Sugar Bowl at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on January 1, 2015 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)Ohio State is trying to battle back and beat Penn State in Happy Valley. If they can’t get a big defensive stop, it won’t matter.Penn State quarterback Trace McSorley has run wild, making plays all night, particularly with his legs. The Buckeyes have been hard-pressed to stop him, and he’s a major reason Penn State is ahead 26-21.Ohio State fans are frustrated with what is going on, and so is former Buckeye star Ryan Shazier. It appears that Shazier called out the coaching staff on Twitter following a touchdown that put PSU up 26-14We not putting the players in position to succeed!! Smh— Ryan Shazier (@RyanShazier) September 30, 2018Now, Shazier might not have been singling out the defense, though that is his area of expertise.Chris Brown of Smart Football had his own criticism about OSU’s linebacking corps–and how they are coached.Also I remain continually puzzled by what Ohio State’s linebackers are taught to read— Chris B. Brown (@smartfootball) September 30, 2018Despite all of this, Ohio State still has a shot to win the game. It needs to get the ball back and score though.Check out the final minutes of this one on ABC.last_img read more

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Fox Trapping Program in Mulgrave

first_imgThe departments of Health Promotion and Protection and Natural Resources are preparing to conduct a fox trapping program in Mulgrave, Guysborough Co. Foxes collected during this program will be part of a precautionary rabies surveillance effort. In December 2007, several incidents of unusual fox behaviour were reported in the Mulgrave area, including attacks on domestic animals. After the incidents, two foxes were caught and tested positive for rabies. Canadian and United States rabies experts recommend increased surveillance to ensure that the disease has been contained. “At this point, we do not believe there are any more foxes with rabies in this area,” said Dr. Shelly Sarwal, medical officer of health for province. “This is simply a monitoring effort to ensure the health and safety of residents.” Rabies is a serious disease caused by a virus that primarily affects wild animals, such as bats. Sick animals can pass the disease to other wildlife, pets or humans in their saliva, mainly by biting. Throughout the next month, a trapper will be in the area setting up to 50 padded leg-hold traps. The traps will be monitored daily and are not dangerous to children or animals. “There is a possibility that pets could get caught in the traps, said Department of Natural Resources wildlife manager, Mike O’Brien. “As always, it is illegal to allow dogs to run at large in wildlife habitat. For the safety of pets and wildlife, we continue to recommend that residents watch all pets closely.” Even though rabies is rare in Nova Scotia, immunization remains the only way to guarantee animals are protected against the disease. That’s why all pet owners are encouraged to get their pets vaccinated. For more information about the trapping program, contact the Guysborough Natural Resources district office by phoning 902-533-3503. Residents may also call 1-800-565-2224 outside of regular office hours. For more information about rabies, visit www.gov.ns.ca/hpp/cdpc/rabies.asp .last_img read more

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Rainy spell brings respite for city dwellers to continue for next 48

first_imgKolkata: Rain lashed various parts of South Bengal including the city on Sunday afternoon, giving respite to the people from the rising discomfort level in the past few days.Sunday’s rain not only brought relief for the people from the sweltering heat and high level of humidity, but also brought down the mercury by a few notches. The discomfort level in the city and other South Bengal districts was on the rise with the humidity shooting up for the past few weeks. The city dwellers were also facing a tremendous heat spell. The fishermen in the coastal districts have already been asked not to voyage into the sea in the next 72 hours, as strong winds would be blowing through the region. Also Read – Centuries-old Durga Pujas continue to be hit among revellersIt may be mentioned here that the Regional Meteorological Centre in Alipore on Saturday predicted heavy rainfall in all the coastal districts due to a low pressure trough formed over Bay of Bengal. As predicted, the coastal districts received heavy rainfall on Sunday, as the low pressure trough gained some strength. According to the weather office prediction, all the South Bengal districts will receive light to moderate rainfall for the next two days due to the impact of the low pressure trough. A strong breeze may be sweeping through different parts of South Bengal along with rain. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaSaturday’s rainfall brought temporary relief from the heat, but the city dwellers felt the sultry weather from Sunday morning again as the temperature rose. Another short spell later in the day, however, provided people some respite. “A low pressure trough formed over Bay of Bengal will further intensify, thereby contributing to more rainfall in all the South Bengal districts in the next two days. The coastal districts will receive heavy rainfall,” a senior weather official said. The districts like North 24-Parganas, South 24-Parganas, Howrah, Hooghly, Jhargram and West Midnapore may receive rainfall coupled with lightning, while North Bengal districts will receive light to moderate rainfall in the next 48 hours.last_img read more

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Indian space station will provide a research platform unmatched on Earth Govt

first_imgNew Delhi: The Indian space station, when fully established, will provide a research platform unmatched on this planet, the government said Wednesday, asserting its expected benefits are likely in the areas of human health, disaster relief and food and water conservation. In a written response to a question in Lok Sabha, MoS in the Prime Minister’s Office Jitendra Singh said a space station is an integral element of human spaceflight programme as it allows sustained human presence in space to carry out meaningful research. Also Read – How a psychopath killer hid behind the mask of a devout laity! He, however, said the programme is still at a nascent stage. “India’s plan of space station is a long-term plan after successful operationalisation of Gaganyaan,” he said. India aims to launch Gaganyaan, its manned mission to space, by 2022. Last month, Indian Space Research Organisation chairman K Sivan announced at a press conference India’s plan to have its own space station. The Indian space station design will be modular with initial modules weighing nearly 20 tonnes. It will have a provision for extended stay for three crew members. Also Read – Encounter under way in Pulwama, militant killed Singh said the Indian space station will provide a research platform that cannot be matched on Earth. “The expected benefits are likely in the areas of human health, tele-medicine, vaccine development, material development, disaster relief, efficient farming techniques, food and water conservation, waste management techniques, environment research and education programmes that inspire the youth,” he said. The current space platform is the International Space Station orbiting at an altitude of 400 km. It is operated by five space agencies: NASA (United States), Roscosmos (Russia), CSA (Canada), JAXA (Japan) and ESA (Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the UK). In a separate question, Singh said the sanctioned cost of Chandrayaan-2 and Aditya-L1 is Rs 603 crore and Rs 378.53 crore, respectively.last_img read more

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Tax filings may increase 10 by Marchend Govt

first_imgNEW DELHI: The government is hoping for a 10 per cent jump in tax returns filed by the end of March as many individuals who did not make their annual filings by the August 31 deadline may do so by paying a penalty. Data released by the income tax department on Sunday showed that returns filed up to August had increased by 4 per cent to 5.65 crore but was largely limited to salaried individuals. Going forward, those who file their returns by December will have to pay a penalty of Rs 5,000 while a penalty of Rs 10,000 will be levied on those filing by March 31. In the coming months, several other categories have to file their annual returns. Also Read – Thermal coal import may surpass 200 MT this fiscalLast year, there was a 71 per cent jump in the number of returns filed up to August 31. The number of returns filed for financial year 2017-18 rose 26 per cent up to March 31 as the government managed to add nearly 1 crore new filers, taking the number to 6.84 crore. Officials said the surge last year was on account of demonetisation as well as the initial impact of goods and services tax, which was rolled out on July 1, 2017, prompting many to disclose their income which was suppressed earlier. Tax officials said the growth this year was achieved on the back of a steady rise over the last two-three years. Besides, they believe that the robustness of the Aadhaar system has also been proved during the current exercise as nearly 80 per cent of the over 3 crore returns that have been verified were done using the unique identification number as people opted to do away with sending returns by courier.last_img read more

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Annual Warren Buffett Auction Change The World Start With Lunch

first_imgGlide is pleased to announce the 16th Annual eBay Power Lunch with Warren Buffett Auction.Offered through eBay Giving Works, bidding for this year’s charity auction runs Sunday, May 31 at 7:30pm PDT to Friday, June 5 at 7:30pm PDT.Each year, legendary investor and philanthropist Warren Buffett hosts just one charity lunch, always in support of GLIDE. Over the past 16 years, Buffett’s sustained commitment – and the giving spirit of the winning bidders – have helped raised nearly $18 million to support GLIDE’s unwavering mission to help San Francisco’s residents in need.The bidding starts at $25,000 and all bidders must pre-qualify prior to bidding at ebay.com/glide. The winning bidder will have the opportunity to bring seven friends to join him or her and Mr. Buffett for lunch at Smith & Wollensky in New York City. Over the past 15 years, the winning bids have ranged from $25,000 to $3,456,789, with the funds going directly to support GLIDE’s programs, which help people overcome hunger, poverty, homelessness and more. Last year’s auction brought in $2,166,766.“GLIDE helped me understand just how much a life can be transformed by unconditional love and some real material help,” said Buffett. “Nobody who’s donated to GLIDE has ever felt shortchanged. They always get their money’s worth.”“This auction has empowered and inspired so many people,” said GLIDE’s Co-Founder Reverend Cecil Williams. “Mr. Buffett has extended GLIDE’s legacy of unconditional love and acceptance. Offering this luncheon is different. It’s creative. It’s innovative. It’s a unique way to inspire others to see how they can give and connect with the humanity that is perhaps invisible to them.”“We are profoundly moved by the generosity of all the bidders and Warren Buffett’s commitment to our neighborhood and community,” said Janice Mirikitani, GLIDE Co-Founder. “Mr. Buffett inspires others who have the means to help bridge the divide between the haves and have-nots and every person who is involved is a pillar to that bridge.”“eBay is committed to building a future that enables and inspires charitable giving at scale, and is grounded in what the company does best – technology enabled commerce,” said eBay’s vice president of Global Communications and Social Innovation, Claire Dixon. “Last year alone, we helped charities raise $91.6 million – eBay is a proud supporter and partner to GLIDE as we assist in its mission of helping San Francisco residents in need.”This year’s auction offers bidders an opportunity to leave a legacy of generosity and make a powerful investment for good by sharing a meal and conversation with the world’s most renowned investor.For more information about the Auction, contact GLIDE at 415.674.6001, Buffett@Glide.org, or visit ebay.com/glide. For information about GLIDE, visit www.Glide.org.last_img read more

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Jobs figures tariff exemptions push Toronto US markets into positive

first_imgNorth American markets rallied Friday on strong U.S. jobs figures and a Canadian reprieve from U.S. President Donald Trump’s tariffs on steel and aluminum.The much-anticipated job figures showed U.S. employers added 313,000 jobs in February, while the hourly wage grew a low-than-expected 2.6 per cent compared to a year ago.The hiring showed continued strength in the economy while the wage growth — lower than the 2.9 per cent reported a month ago — tempered inflation fears, said Manulife Asset Management portfolio manager Cavan Yie.“The jobs data was very very positive, and in combination with that, the wage or inflation data was also positive in that it was lower than expected. So we’re not seeing the same level of wage growth that we saw in the previous month.“The markets sold off several weeks ago on the fears of higher-than-expected inflation, and what that meant for company margins and the fed potentially raising more than expected this year,” said Yie.The job numbers, along with Trump indefinitely exempting Canada and Mexico from the metal tariffs, helped U.S. markets recover from recent losses.Canada also posted positive jobs numbers Friday. The economy added 15,400 net new jobs last month and the unemployment rate edged down to 5.8 per cent — but the gains were due to a surge in part-time work that offset a heavy decline in full-time positions.In New York, the Dow Jones industrial average was up 440.53 points to 25,335.74. The S&P 500 index was up 47.60 points to 2,786.57 and the Nasdaq composite index was up 132.86 points to a record close of 7,560.81.The S&P/TSX composite index closed up 39.11 points to 15,577.81, led by energy and materials.The Canadian dollar closed at 77.88 cents US, up 0.52 of a US cent. The loonie got a boost after Canadian industries learned they would be exempt from the tariffs, said Yie.“There was a huge relief rally in the loonie, reflecting Canada’s exemption from aluminum and steel tariffs. The loonie had taken quite a dive in the face of those comment initially as Canada as well all know is a major steel exporter to the U.S.”The April crude contract closed up US$1.92 to US$62.04 per barrel and the April natural gas contract was down two cents at US$2.73 per mmBTU.The April gold contract ended up US$2.30 to US$1,324 an ounce and the May copper contract was up six cents to US$3.14 a pound.-With a file from Associate Presslast_img read more

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Concerned at fighting in Liberia Security Council members urge dialogue

In a statement to the press by the current President of the Council, Ambassador Alfonso Valdivieso of Colombia, the members called on the Liberian Government to pursue all peaceful avenues towards ending the fighting inside the country, pointing to the severe humanitarian consequences of the violence. “Members of the Council encourage the Liberian authorities to continue efforts aimed at national reconciliation,” he said, stressing the need for all human rights abuses to cease.Looking to recent positive developments, the statement welcomed a meeting held earlier this week which brought together the Foreign Ministers of the Mano River Union countries – Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone. The members expressed hope that the initiative would broaden prospects for sustainable peace in the region. In addition, they encouraged the Mano River Union Women Peace Network and other civil society groups to “continue their useful effort to facilitate peace and dialogue” in the region.The statement also addressed the humanitarian plight of the Liberian people, with Council members inviting the international community to continue providing assistance to those affected by the conflicts, and calling on donors to maintain commitments to providing aid to Liberia. Monrovia was called on to do its part, by allowing humanitarian agencies safe access. All parties were invited to create conditions for providing relief aid to refugees and displaced persons.Prior to issuing its press statement, the Security Council met in closed consultations, hearing a briefing on the situation in Liberia by the United Nations Assistant Secretary-General for Political Affairs, Danilo Turk, and by the UN Deputy Coordinator for Humanitarian Affairs, Carolyn McAskie. In his briefing, Mr. Turk noted the positive outcome of the Mano River Union meeting, at which the three countries agreed to take collective measures to curb the activities of armed groups operating in their sub-region. Ms. McAskie told Council members that an estimated 34,000 people had been internally displaced by recent fighting between Government and rebel forces in northern Liberia, particularly in Lofa County. She also voiced her concern about the severe lack of funding that has undermined the ability of UN agencies and non-governmental organizations to provide basic assistance to the internally displaced persons and refugees in the West African sub-region, particularly in Liberia. read more

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Saskatchewan government deeply concerned over delay in Keystone decision

AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email REGINA – Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall says the latest delay in a decision on the proposed Keystone XL pipeline is a major blow to Canada’s energy industry.The U.S. State Department announced last week that it wants to give federal agencies more time to review the $5.4-billion proposal by Calgary-based TransCanada (TSX:TRP).TransCanada had hoped a legal dispute over the pipeline’s route in Nebraska would not further hold up a decision at the federal level.Wall says he is deeply concerned and calls the delay a major disappointment.He points out the pipeline has already passed the State Department’s own environmental impact assessment.The 2,700-kilometre line would move bitumen from Alberta’s oilsands to refineries on the Gulf Coast of Texas.“The Keystone XL pipeline has been studied long and hard,” Wall said in a release Monday. “The pipeline will create thousands of jobs on both sides of the border, offers a safe and efficient method of moving large volumes of oil, and, according to the State Department, will not contribute to a net increase in greenhouse gas emissions.“This delay represents a major blow to the energy industry in Saskatchewan and in Canada and will place unnecessary strain on relations with our largest trading partner.”A portion of the Keystone pipeline would run through Saskatchewan.Wall said approval of the Keystone project is critical to the successful transport of other commodities in his province.“Saskatchewan grain, potash, and other commodities suffer every day the Keystone XL pipeline is not being built,” Wall said. “The United States needs to quit wavering and make a decision based on the facts, which support the construction of Keystone.“These politically motivated decisions are hurting the Saskatchewan economy, the U.S. economy and our ability to develop new markets and support North America energy sustainability.” by The Canadian Press Posted Apr 21, 2014 4:45 pm MDT Saskatchewan government ‘deeply concerned’ over delay in Keystone decision read more

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Yahoo CEO spinning off 15 per cent stake in Alibaba to avoid

AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Yahoo CEO spinning off 15 per cent stake in Alibaba to avoid $16 billion in future taxes by Michael Liedtke, The Associated Press Posted Jan 27, 2015 2:30 pm MDT In this Nov. 5, 2014 photo, a person walks in front of a Yahoo sign at the company’s headquarters in Sunnyvale, Calif. Yahoo reports quarterly financial results on Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez) SAN FRANCISCO – Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is spinning off the company’s $39 billion stake in China’s Alibaba Group Holding in a move that wards off a potential shareholder rebellion.The highly anticipated decision announced Tuesday will enable Yahoo to avoid paying billions of dollars in future taxes while intensifying the pressure on Mayer to prove she can rejuvenate one of the Internet’s oldest and best-known companies.A newly formed entity called SpinCo will inherit ownership of Yahoo’s 384 million Alibaba shares when the tax-free spinoff is completed toward the end of this year.Existing Yahoo shareholders will receive stock in SpinCo, which will be designated as a registered investment company. The breakup is being set up so SpinCo’s gains from the sale of Alibaba stock will be taxed as a lower rate than Yahoo Inc. would have paid had it held on to the stake.Yahoo stockholders cheered Mayer’s plan as the company’s shares gained $3.44, or more than 7 per cent, to $51.43 in extended trading.The spinoff overshadowed Yahoo’s results for the final three months of last year. The fourth-quarter numbers showed Yahoo is still struggling to grow, even as more advertising shifts to the Internet and mobile devices.Yahoo earned $166 million, or 17 cents per share, a 52 per cent drop from the same period in the previous year. If not for certain charges, Yahoo said it would have earned 30 cents per share — a penny above the average estimate of analysts surveyed by FactSet.The company’s revenue dipped 1 per cent to $1.25 billion. After subtracting ad commissions, Yahoo’s revenue totalled $1.18 billion, another small decline from the previous year and slightly below analysts’ projections.It marks the eighth time in Mayer’s 10 quarters as Yahoo’s CEO that the company’s revenue has declined from the previous year.Yahoo Inc. invested just $1 billion in Alibaba nearly a decade ago, a bargain that slapped the company with massive tax bills as it whittled its stake during the past three years. Without the spinoff, Mayer estimated that Yahoo’s tax bills on its Alibaba stake would have been about $16 billion, based on Alibaba’s current market value.Investments in Alibaba, China’s largest e-commerce company, and Yahoo Japan are the main reason Yahoo’s stock has more than tripled since Mayer defected from Google to become Yahoo’s CEO two-and-half years ago.Yahoo, which is based in Sunnyvale, California, is retaining its nearly 36 per cent stake in Yahoo Japan. The stake is currently worth nearly $7 billion, BGC Financial analyst Colin Gillis estimated.“This is ideal for shareholders and shows that (Mayer) is aligning herself with shareholder interests, at least for now,” Gillis said.The spinoff is subject to approvals from the Internal Revenue Service and the Securities and Exchange Commission. Yahoo plans to jettison the Alibaba stake after the September expiration of a one-year lock-up agreement requiring Yahoo to hold on to the shares.The Alibaba investment is worth far more than Yahoo’s own online services, which have been struggling to generate more revenue for the past six years while rivals Google Inc. and Facebook Inc. grabbed a bigger piece of digital marketing budgets.Yahoo sold nearly $9.5 billion worth of stock in Alibaba’s initial public offering, triggering more than $3 billion in taxes.The handling of Yahoo’s Alibaba stake is so important to shareholders that one activist investor, hedge fudge manager Jeffrey Smith of Starboard Value, had threatened to spearhead an attempt to oust Mayer if she didn’t adopt a strategy that minimizes taxes.Smith also has been pressuring Mayer to commit to returning most of any future Alibaba windfalls to shareholders instead of spending the money to buy other companies — unless she embraces his call for Yahoo to merge with rival AOL Inc.Starboard Value did not immediately respond to a request for comment.Mayer assured analysts in a Tuesday presentation that she will take a “very disciplined” approach to any potential acquisitions. Yahoo still has about $10 billion in cash, providing plenty of firepower to finance more deals. Mayer already has spent about $1.7 billion on more than three dozen acquisitions during her reign. read more

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Leader of Opposition met Chairman of CARICOM and team

Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedCARICOM leaders to meet with UN Secretary General on VenezuelaJanuary 28, 2019In “Regional”Shifting EU goalposts demand unified regional response – CARICOMMarch 1, 2019In “latest news”CARICOM warns of elusive peace in VenezuelaMay 8, 2019In “latest news” Leader of the Opposition, Dr. Bharrat Jagdeo, earlier today met with the Chairman of CARICOM, Hon. Dr. Timothy Harris, Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis and team, including CARICOM-Secretary-General Ambassador Irwin LaRocque , at the Office of the Leader of the Opposition, 304 Church Street, Queenstown, Georgetown.The meeting discussed the no-confidence motion against the current APNU/AFC Coalition government.Chairman of CARICOM, Hon. Dr. Timothy Harris greets PPP Chief Whip, Gail TexieiraCARICOM-Secretary-General Ambassador Irwin LaRocque and PPP Presidential Candidate, Irfaan AliOpposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo in discussions with the CARICOM Team read more

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For Guardiola todays result is not a big issue

first_imgThe Manchester City manager is working on having a stable team and won’t sweat it if the team loses or wins today in the Manchester DerbyToday the city of Manchester will be divided between blue and red.Manchester City and Manchester United will face off as part of the derby.But for the Citizens’ manager Pep Guardiola, today result is just part of the bigger picture.“I think all the managers need time, not just me,” Guardiola was echoed by Goal.norwich city, manchester city, premier leagueReport: City are stunned by Norwich George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Manchester City was stunned by Norwich City in todays Premier League clash.Much has been made in recent days of the potential impact of Aymeric…“We are better than the first year but that’s normal. I think the manager has to evaluate how the team changes during the time. When it’s better, that’s a good signal.”“We have the feeling, all of us, not just me, that the team is stable for a long time and that’s good,” he added.“Of course, we can lose, but that is part of the game, it’s not a big issue.”“Even last season against United we lost 2-3, but the feeling we had, we were disappointed, but we didn’t have too many regrets about the way we played, no, not at all. That’s why it will make you confident,” he concluded.last_img read more

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VIDEO 37yearold Jamal Crawford took on his 19yearold son in a Seattle

first_imgThis offseason, Jamal Crawford signed with the Minnesota Timberwolves to play his 19th NBA season. The 37-year-old also has 3 kids, including his 19-year-old son Eric, who was born while Jamal was at Michigan. Eric is headed to play ball at DII Benedict College next year.In an extremely cool father/son moment, the two recently went at it in a Seattle area Crawsover Pro Am League game. It’s not everyday you see an active NBA player squaring off against a son of NBA Draft eligible age. Not surprisingly, pops dominated, but Junior had a couple highlights, too.Daddy’s home.last_img read more

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Mandatory car insurance for tourists now can be paid online

first_imgNo related posts. Starting this week, tourists or travelers needing to enter the country in their own vehicles can pay for auto insurance online.The National Insurance Institute (INS) created a new section on its website (www.ins-cr.com) called “Póliza Turista,” where motorists can upload vehicle information in order to calculate costs, and then pay for it online using a credit or debit card. Once online payment is made, users print a receipt that they should keep as proof of payment.When arriving in the country the receipt must be presented to Customs officials who will grant a certificate of permission for the vehicle to circulate in the country.Article 60 of the country’s Traffic Law, which entered into force last year, states that “owners or drivers of foreign-registered vehicles must sign and maintain in force mandatory car insurance while the vehicle remains in the country.”In case of an accident, the insurance provides access to medical care, payments for temporary and permanent disability as well as life insurance.Drivers caught without the mandatory auto insurance can face fines up to ₡47,000 ($94) and have their license plates confiscated.The website is available only in Spanish, but those needing information in English can call a toll-free number, 800-83-53-467, or send an email to: polizaturista@ins-cr.com. Facebook Commentslast_img read more

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The Untouchables Asian wildlife traffickers

first_img Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion project It’s a murky mix. A 10-fold increase in wildlife law enforcement actions, including seizures, has been reported in the past six years in Southeast Asia. Yet, the trade’s Mr.Bigs, masterful in taking advantage of pervasive corruption, appear immune to arrest and continue to orchestrate the decimation of wildlife in Thailand, the region and beyond.And the region’s honest cops don’t have it easy.“It is very difficult for me. I have to sit among people who are both good and some who are corrupt, says Chanvut Vajrabukka, a retired police general. “If I say, `You have to go out and arrest that target,’ some in the room may well warn them,’” says Chanvut, who now advises ASEAN-WEN, the regional wildlife enforcement network.Several kingpins, says wildlife activist Steven Galster, have recently been confronted by authorities “but in the end, good uniforms are running into, and often stopped by bad uniforms. It’s like a bad Hollywood cop movie.”“Most high-level traffickers remain untouched and continue to replace arrested underlings with new ones,” says Galster, who works for the FREELAND Foundation, an anti-trafficking group. Check your body, save your life    In another not uncommon case, a former Thai police officer who tried to crack down on traders at Bangkok’s vast Chatuchak Market got a visit from a senior police general who told him to “chill it or get removed.”“I admit that in many cases, I cannot move against the big guys,” Chanvut, the retired general, notes. “The syndicates like all organized crime are built like a pyramid. We can capture the small guys but at the top they have money, the best lawyers, protection. What are we going to do?”Chanvut’s problems are shared by others in Southeast Asia, the prime funnel for wildlife destined for the world’s no. 1 consumer — China where many animal parts are consumed in the belief they have medicinal or aphrodisiacal properties.Most recently, a torrent of rhino horn and elephant tusks has poured through it from Africa, which suffers the greatest slaughter of these two endangered animals in decades.Vietnam was singled out last month by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) as the top destination country for the highly-prized rhino horn.Tens of thousands of birds, mostly parrots and cockatoos plucked  from the wild, are being imported from the Solomon Islands into Singapore, often touted as one of Asia’s least corrupt nations, in violation of CITES, the international convention on wildlife trade. Sponsored Stories    The sources say that when they report such investigations seizures are either made for “public relations,” sink into a “black hole” — or the information is leaked to the wrongdoers.   Such a tip-off from someone at Bangkok airport customs allowed a trafficker to abort shipment of a live giraffe with powdered rhino horn believed to be implanted in its vagina.  “The 100,000 passengers moving through this airport from around the world everyday are oblivious to the fact that they are standing in one of the world’s hottest wildlife trafficking zones,” says Galster.   Officials interviewed at the airport, one of Asia’s busiest, acknowledge corruption exists, but downplay its extent and say measures are being taken to root it out. Chanvut says corruption is not the sole culprit, pointing out the multiple agencies which often don’t cooperate or share information. Each with a role at Bangkok’s airport, are the police, national parks department, customs, immigration, the military and CITES, which regulates international trade in endangered species.With poor communication between police and immigration, for example, a trader whose passport has been seized at the airport can obtain a forged one and slip across a land border a few days later. Comments   Share   Arizona families, Arizona farms: A legacy of tradition embracing animal care and comfort through modern technology 4 must play golf courses in Arizona  According to TRAFFIC, the international body monitoring wildlife trade, the imported birds are listed as captive-bred, even though it’s widely known that the Pacific Ocean islands have virtually no breeding facilities.Communist Laos continues to harbor Vixay Keosavang, identified as one of the region’s half dozen Mr. Bigs, who has been linked by the South African press to a rhino smuggling ring. The 54-year-old former soldier and provincial official is reported to have close ties to senior government officials in Laos and Vietnam.Thai and foreign enforcement agents, who insist on anonymity since most work undercover, say they have accumulated unprecedented details of the gangs, which are increasingly linked to drug and human trafficking syndicates.   They say a key Thai smuggler, who runs a shipping company, has a gamut of law enforcement officers in his pocket, allowing him to traffic rhino horns, ivory and tiger parts to China. He frequently entertains his facilitators at a restaurant in his office building.   According to the agents, Chinese buyers, informed of incoming shipments, fly down to Bangkok, staying at hotels pinpointed by the agents around the Chatuchak Market, where endangered species are openly sold. There they seal deals with known middlemen and freight operators.center_img Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Day Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenix Associated PressBANGKOK (AP) – Squealing tiger cubs stuffed into carry-on bags. Luggage packed with hundreds of squirming tortoises, elephant tusks, even water dragons and American Paddlefish. Officials at Thailand’s gateway airport proudly tick off the illegally trafficked wildlife they have seized over the past two years.But Thai and foreign law enforcement officers tell another story: officials working-hand-in-hand with the traffickers ensure that other shipments through Suvarnabhumi International Airport are whisked off before they even reach customs inspection.    “We have cut down a lot on corruption. It still exists but remains minimal,” she said, citing recent computerization which has created a space — dubbed “the Green Line” — between customs officials, cargo and traffickers.   Galster says unlike the past, traffickers are no longer guaranteed safe passage, describing a daily battle at Suvarnabhumi with “undercover officers monitoring corrupt ones and smugglers trying to outwit them all.”   Such increased enforcement efforts in the region have slowed decimation of endangered species, he says, “but there is still a crash going on. If corruption is not tackled soon, you can say goodbye to Asia’s tigers, elephants and a whole host of other animals.”   (Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Top Stories Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement    Those arrested frequently abscond by paying bribes or are fined and the case closed without further investigation. “Controlled delivery” — effectively penetrating networks by allowing illicit cargo to pass through to its destination — is rare.Thailand’s decades-old wildlife law also awaits revision and the closing of loopholes, such as the lack of protection for African elephants, and far stiffer penalties.   “The bottom line is that if wildlife traffickers are not treated as serious criminals in Southeast Asia we are just going to lose more wildlife,” says Chris Shepherd, TRAFFIC’s Southeast Asia deputy director. “How often is anyone arrested? They just run off, they must be the fastest people on earth.”   Chalida Phungravee, who heads the cargo customs bureau at Suvarnabhumi, says just the sheer scale makes her job difficult. 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