Not Yet Enough

first_imgThe universe is abundance. The challenges we humans face are not rooted in any lack of resources; they are rooted in our lack of resourcefulness.It is fear that produces a scarcity mindset. It is this scarcity mindset that causes one to behave selfishly. Selfish behavior creates fear and a scarcity mindset in others. The meme spreads, it grows stronger, and it perpetuates.We have enough resources. But we don’t yet have enough of things of greater importance.There isn’t yet enough of us with the courage to believe that there is abundance, that there is enough for everyone. The meme of fear and scarcity is strong, and that infection is growing ever more powerful as we pass through this Disruptive Age.There isn’t yet enough of us with the courage to choose love and compassion for others, for strangers, for people who are different, and for people infected with fear and scarcity. There aren’t nearly enough of us that refuse to be separated and divided from others over false and manufactured differences.We don’t yet have enough of us that understand that what holds people down and prevents them from having enough is their mindset, their beliefs. We need the courage to do more than provide people with the barest of minimums required to survive. We need the courage to educate their hearts and minds, to help them believe, and to help them create new opportunities, to help them overcome the circumstances of their birth.There aren’t yet enough of us with the courage to choose persuasion over force. There isn’t yet enough of us with the courage to believe that every individual is capable of making some great contribution, that they are powerful beyond belief. We haven’t done nearly enough to unlock the untapped potential still locked away.This is what we do not yet have enough of. Today I am thankful that our numbers are growing. Get the Free eBook! Learn how to sell without a sales manager. Download my free eBook! You need to make sales. You need help now. We’ve got you covered. This eBook will help you Seize Your Sales Destiny, with or without a manager. Download Nowlast_img read more

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BJP distances from Mehbooba’s assertions on ceasefire demand

first_imgRuling Bharatiya Janata Party on Thursday distanced itself from Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti’s assertions on unilateral ceasefire during Ramzan and Amarnath yatra in J&K, saying “this suggestion was not put to vote during the all-party meet held on Wednesday.”“There was no broader discussion on the (ceasefire) issue. We don’t want any unilateral ceasefire at this juncture. It is not going to happen. It was just a suggestion but it was not a point of discussion. This issue was raised first by Engineer Rashid (independent MLA) and then by others,” said BJP spokesmen Arun Gupta and Sunil Sethi in a press conference organised in Jammu.The BJP leaders said the government was on a strong wicket. “The war has entered the last phase, anyone who joins the militancy is killed in three days. The unilateral ceasefire is not a good thing,” they said.On amnesty to stone-throwers, the BJP said, “Today’s stone-throwers could be tomorrow’s militants.” However, they were quick to add, “There was no confrontation between the PDP and the BJP over the issue.”Ms. Mufti on Wednesday asked the Centre to offer ceasefire after an all-party meet in Srinagar and described it as “unanimous demand from the parties in the State.”The PDP stood by Ms. Mufti’s stand on ceasefire. “The near unanimity reached in the meeting about ending the cycle of violence in the State naturally calls for taking substantive measures,” said PDP spokesman Rafi Ahmad Mir.last_img read more

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Britain’s apology on massacre inadequate: Amarinder

first_imgRejecting the regret expressed by British Prime Minister Theresa May as inadequate, Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Friday demanded an unequivocal official apology from Britain for the Jallianwala Bagh massacre, whose centenary is being observed on April 13.On the event of the centenary, and as part of the various events organized by the Punjab Government to mark the historic occasion, Capt. Amarinder joined Governor VPS Badnore in Amritsar to pay homage to the martyrs of the Jallianwala Bagh massacre with a candle light march.The march started from the Townhall and culminated at the Jallianwala Bagh Memorial. Terming the tragic event as a heart-wrenching moment in the country’s history, the Chief Minister, said in an informal chat later to mediapersons that people of the country wanted an unequivocal apology from Britain for the atrocity. The Punjab Vidhan Sabha had passed a resolution demanding the same, he pointed out, adding that the tragedy was one of the most horrific examples of colonial excess and the massacre was a moral blot on the face of Britain. “The candles that had been lit today had rekindled memories of the sad day and would serve as a reminder of the sacrifice of the hundreds who were killed in the massacre and went on become an inspiring source of patriotism and nationalism for generations of Indians’’ said the Chief Minister.last_img read more

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Samsung Opens World’s Largest Mobile Experience Center in Bengaluru

first_imgSamsung launched its new mobile experience center in Bengaluru on Sept. 11, turning the city’s iconic Opera House theater on Brigade Road into Samsung Opera House. This is the world’s largest mobile experience center, the South Korean tech giant said.The Samsung Opera House aims to unite technology, lifestyle and innovation to offer people unique experiences, the company said in a statement.  The company has also called the opening of this center an attempt to bring technology and culture together to rediscover the lost sheen of the historic cultural hub. The center will showcase different product experiences built around Samsung’s philosophy of future. These experiences revolve around transformative technologies such as Virtual Reality (VR), Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things (IoT).  The center is offering these experiences free of cost to visitors as of now, an executive told Little India.Promised as a must-visit destination for the city’s millennial crowd, the opera house will provide a tech-enabled journey through its 4D Sway Chair or the Whiplash Pulsar 4D chair, that makes 360-degree three-dimensional movements.Further, one can slip into the role of a fighter pilot doing extreme aircraft stunts, or experience a space battle, or a roller coaster ride, the statement added. An array of VR experiences will take visitors through different journeys like kayaking or rowing, while for fitness enthusiasts, the house will provide a cycle through scenic Europe, racing alongside a friend. The center can be pre-booked by customers for watching movies and shows with their families. Samsung intends to be a part of the larger community in Bengaluru with its one-of-a-kind experience center, which is a part of the company’s “Make for India” venture, Mohandeep Singh, Senior Vice President, Mobile Business, said, IANS reported.  “We are looking at more number of such experience centers in the country. We are looking at covering all the big cities in India over a period of time with such centers,” he added. “Today’s consumers, especially millennials, seek unique experiences. They want to interact with the brand, touch, feel and create. This is what Samsung Opera House is about. We have curated never seen before experiences that will excite people of all age groups alike. Opera House will also organize workshops, activities and events, bringing together Samsung’s innovations with people’s passions,” HC Hong, President & CEO, Samsung South-West Asia, stated in the statement.  A majority of residents of Bengaluru (81 percent) have had at least one “game changer” idea, which could transform India’s work or leisure life, but one out of three does not know of a place in the city where they can network with like-minded people and mentors, and nurture their ideas, a survey commissioned by the company showed, according to the statement. The opera house will also showcase the latest models of Samsung smartphones and wearable devices, alongside flagship consumer electronics products such as the QLED TV, Smart TV, The Frame, and Family Hub Refrigerators. The Home Appliance zone will have a kitchen set-up where a chef will provide live cooking demonstrations using Samsung smart ovens. The 33,000 sq ft standalone property has been renovated and restored to suit the venture, the statement added.  In July this year, Samsung inaugurated the world’s largest mobile phone factory at Noida near New Delhi. The new Samsung facility, set up with an investment of about Rs 5,000 crore, is said to have a capacity of manufacturing 120 million phones a year, up from the current production of 67 million phones. Related ItemsBengaluruSamsunglast_img read more

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Hulkenberg leaves Force India, to race for Renault in 2017

first_imgNew Delhi, Oct 14 (PTI) German driver Nico Hulkenberg will race for Renault next Formula 1 season after spending five years at Force India. Force India have agreed to release Hulkenberg from the contract with team boss Vijay Mallya today confirming Hulkenbergs departure. Later in the day, Renault said Hulkenberg joins the team as part of a multi-year deal. Mallya wished the German well for the future while Renault Sport Racing chairman Jerome Stroll welcomed him to the factory team. “Having spent five years with us, Nico has become a great friend and contributed a huge amount to the team?s success. He?s an outstanding driver, who has scored more points for this team than anybody else. While it?s true we will miss Nico, we respect his decision to explore fresh opportunities and it would be wrong to stand in his way,” said Mallya in a statement. The Enstone-based outfit might have fared below expectations with just eight points to show this year but Hulkenberg has made his decision believing in the long-term ability of the team. “It has always been my dream to work for a manufacturer team. F1?s new regulations will change the game and give our team a good opportunity. In the years to come, Renault will play a challenger role, which fits my approach to racing 100%,” said Hulkenberg. He also thanked Force India for releasing him. “For the remaining races this year, I will give my best for Force India to reach fourth place in the constructors? championship. This would be a great achievement for the whole Force India team, the biggest success in its history and a great end to a fantastic time there. “I am grateful that Force India has given me the chance to take up this new opportunity,” he added. Despite being highly rated and scoring bagful points for Force India, the 29-year-old was unable to stand on the podium whereas his teammate of last three years, Sergio Perez, stood on it four times. He joined Force India as a reserve in 2011 before securing a race seat the following year. In 2013, he moved to Sauber only to return to Force India for the next three seasons. Hulkenberg is currently ninth in the driver standings with 54 points, behind teammate Perez, who is lying in eighth spot with 80 points including a couple of podiums. PTI BS CMadvertisementlast_img read more

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Everton close to Gylfi Sigurdsson deal, says Ronald Koeman

first_imgEverton are “close” to signing attacking midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson from Swansea City as they look to add three new players to the squad, manager Ronald Koeman has said.According to British media, Everton’s initial bid of 40 million pounds ($52.21 million) for Sigurdsson was rejected by Swansea, who value the Iceland international at 50 million pounds.”We are close (on Sigurdsson), we have to wait…the deal is not done,” Koeman told Sky Sports after Everton’s 2-2 with Sevilla on Sunday.”Everybody knows we are looking for three more players – a left centre-back, a left full-back, a player who can play out of both positions, a winger and a striker and that’s the picture, what the best is for our team and we will see what we can do.”Winger Aaron Lennon was not included in the Everton’s squad in their last pre-season friendly against the Spanish side. He has been linked with a move to Watford but Koeman said the club have received no offers for the 30-year-old.”The reason that he wasn’t in the squad is that he was not fit to play today. I don’t know about any interest for Aaron, I don’t know,” the Dutchman added.Everton have been one of the active Premier League clubs in the close season transfer window, having added Michael Keane, Davy Klaassen, Jordan Pickford, Sandro Ramirez Wayne Rooney and Cuco Martina to their squad.Koeman’s side host Stoke City at Goodison Park in their opening game of the league season on Saturday.advertisementlast_img read more

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CWG star Manika stuns World No. 18 in UTT

first_imgPune, June 17 (PTI) Table tennis sensation Manika Batra today shocked World No. 18 Sofia Polcanova in a thrilling duel to give Dabang Smashers TTC an early lead against Warriors TTC in the Ceat Ultimate Table Tennis (UTT) here today.The sizeable weekend crowd that had turned up at the Shiv Chhatrapati Sports Complex, Balewadi to cheer the CWG star got their moneys worth as the 23-year-old upstaged the Austrian, ranked 62 spots higher 2-1 (11-10, 5-11, 11-10). Two of the three games were decided by the golden point with the 80th-ranked Indian serving on both occasions to squeeze in the winners. She served well and was quite effective with her backhand that earned her five points. In all, she gained 14 points on serve to unsettle her left-handed rival. Manika had won a record four medals at the Gold Coast Games including two gold.Another crowd favourite Sharath Kamal, however, failed to get past Japanese Yoshida Masaki (World No. 27) with the Warriors captain going down 1-2 (11-7, 8-11, 8-11) in a highly entertaining battle that was peppered with long rallies. The 35-year-old Indians loss meant Warriors had lost both their opening singles and Dabang had gained a 4-2 lead on points. PTI BS BSBSlast_img read more

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From doctors across borders

first_imgOnce again, India and Pakistan stood at the brink of war over Kashmir, and have only just begun to tone down the posturing and threats. With nuclear weapons uncomfortably close at hand, almost 2 billion people in the region face the risk of nuclear catastrophe. For well over three decades now, multiple simulations and projections have suggested that an India–Pakistan nuclear escalation could lead to millions of deaths in the region, rivaling past great famines. The consequences of a nuclear exchange of any magnitude could affect generations to come. Kashmir has proved to be an especially intractable political predicament for the two countries. As Arundhati Roy wrote in her 2017 novel, The Ministry of Utmost Happiness, the confrontation over Kashmir is “a perfect war—a war that can never be won or lost, a war without end”. Also Read – A special kind of bondThe threat of war is a matter of urgent public health concern. Health workers have a duty to speak out and plead for peace. Why would these two populous and proud nations risk disaster by such brinksmanship? The region is one of the poorest in the world with human development ranking for India and Pakistan standing at 130 and 150, respectively, in 2018. An estimated 40 per cent (59 million) of the world’s stunted children and 53 per cent (27 million) of all wasted children live in south Asia, and 34 per cent of the population has no access to sanitation. Investments in health and education remain less than 4 per cent and 3 per cent of respective gross domestic product (GDP) in the region. Yet successive governments and military establishments have escalated military spending—in 2017, it was US$64 billion in India and $11 billion in Pakistan. Also Read – Insider threat managementPerhaps the greatest disappointment is the jingoism and warmongering that have gripped both countries, with some reckless parts of the media baying for blood. We have witnessed almost hysterical calls for retribution after the deplorable suicide bombing in Pulwama, Kashmir, on Feb 14, 2019, that killed 40 Indian soldiers. Perhaps the current escalation of air and ground skirmishes along the military Line of Control (the de facto India–Pakistan border) was inevitable. But civil society representatives and activists have been silenced. Contrarian views, including calls for peace, have been ridiculed and shouted down. With the release by Pakistan of the downed Indian air force pilot on March 1, 2019, temperatures have begun to cool somewhat, yet the situation remains extremely tense. We call upon the governments, political parties, mass media, and civil society in India and Pakistan to step back from the edge of conflict and to exercise constraint. The real causes of conflict in the region—important contributing factors to instability and the rise of extremism—include rampant poverty, inequalities, illiteracy, and lack of investment in human capital. Pakistan has lost more than 60 000 lives in fighting domestic terrorism in its tribal areas and Baluchistan, costing its economy at least $120 billion. Economic losses to the region are massive and simply unsustainable. It has been estimated that an additional terrorist incident per million persons reduces GDP per capita growth by about 1.5 per cent. These resources could have been spent on human development, religious harmony, and the promotion of grassroots democracy. Political leaders in both countries must move away from conflict and pursue diplomacy, dialogue, and the promotion of person to person contact and engagement between civil society representatives and youth. There is no conflict that cannot be resolved at the negotiating table. As the two countries once again stare into an abyss of disaster, we fervently call for peace, pragmatism, and the prevention of further violence. (The authors are: Dr. Arun Mitra, Vice President, Indian Doctors for Peace and Development; Zulfiqar A Bhutta, Center of Excellence in Women and Child Health, The Aga Khan University, Karachi 75500, Pakistan (ZAB); and Dr. Arun Mitra, Zulfiqar A Bhutta and Richard Horton, The Lancet, London, UK (RH). The views expressed are strictly personal)last_img read more

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UN agencies welcome effort to curtail marketing of infant formula in Thailand

“The unethical marketing and promotion of infant formula and other breastfeeding substitute products in health facilities has served to undermine breastfeeding in Thailand,” the Thailand representative for the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), Bijaya Rajbhandari, and the country representatives for the World Health Organization (WHO), Maureen Birmingham, said in a joint statement.“This resolution by the Cabinet, which should help put a stop to these practices, is a commendable and critical step towards ensuring the best start in life for all children in Thailand,” the officials said.The Cabinet’s resolution endorsed proposed measures by the Ministry of Public Health to seek cooperation from all medical and health care facilities in barring promotional activities for breast milk substitutes and related products or accepting donations to allow those activities.The resolution also calls upon medical and health care personnel to “protect, support and promote breastfeeding,” and to not represent manufacturers, importers and distributors of breast milk substitutes and related products, according to the two UN agencies.This past May, UNICEF voiced alarm at the decline of breastfeeding across East Asia, and stressed the need to ensure that mothers understand the long-term benefits of this importance practice for the survival and development of their children. According to the agency, evidence shows that exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of a baby’s life not only improves their future growth and educational achievement, but also significantly reduces national health costs and helps prevent chronic malnutrition.In today’s statement, WHO and UNICEF stressed that the promotion and marketing of breast milk substitutes in health facilities was a violation of the International Code of Breast-milk substitutes, adopted in 1981 by the World Health Assembly.Dr. Birmingham said that Thailand now needs to pursue effective regulation of the marketing of breastfeeding substitutes and related products to mothers both within and outside of health facilities.Recent Ministry of Public Health data shows that only about 15 per cent of mothers in Thailand exclusively breastfeed for the first six months, while a large-scale survey in 2007 by the National Statistical Office found that about 15 per cent of babies had never been breastfed. read more

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CARICOM boss pushes Regions case for building resilience at intl conference

CARICOM Secretary-General Ambassador Irwin LaRocque (centre) with other Caribbean Community representatives at the Conference.Climate change remains an ‘existential threat’ to the Caribbean, CARICOM Secretary-General Ambassador Irwin LaRocque reminded an International Conference on Building Resilience to Natural Disasters, held in in Budapest, Romania, on Tuesday, according to a release from the Caricom Secretariat.“It has been recorded that between 2000 and 2017, Member States of our Community suffered at least seven major disasters in which damage ranged from 33% to 226% of the affected country’s GDP”,  Ambassador LaRocque told the high-level Conference, attended by several CARICOM Foreign Ministers.He pointed to the 2017 experience where the estimated cost of reconstruction after the devastation by Hurricanes Irma and Maria was put at US$5 billion region-wide.“For us therefore, especially with the prediction of more intense and frequent storms, seeking to build resilience against that phenomenon is urgent,” he said.Romania, which currently holds the Presidency of the Council of the European Union, is using the Conference for debate and exchange of good practices regarding resilience to natural disasters, and to identify and develop cooperation models between States in order to reduce the effects of global warming.Ambassador LaRocque, in highlighting the factors required to build the necessary resilience, stressed the importance of having access to concessional development financing well in advance of a disaster. He however bemoaned the fact that Member States, because of being labelled middle-income countries, cannot access this type of financing, since the principal criterion used is GDP per capita.“From our perspective, there is urgent need for the international community and international financial institutions to change the criteria for access to concessional development financing by middle-income SIDS.  Substantial weight must be accorded to our vulnerability in this regard. The OECD has begun looking at the issue. We need the support of all OECD Members,” the Secretary General told the Conference.Ambassador LaRocque also pointed to  the ongoing threat to the Region’s Financial Services sector from the ‘unwarranted labelling of some of our economies as non-cooperative tax jurisdictions by the EU’.  Financial services, he emphasised, is a significant contributor to public finances in many CARICOM States and a source of funding for building resilience.Noting that the EU blacklisting ‘amounts to an attack on our economies’, the Secretary-General acknowledged host country Romania’s understanding of CARICOM’s concerns with regards to the EU’s actions and processes and its assistance in bringing them to the attention of the appropriate EU authorities. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedPresidents of Cuba, Chile to join CARICOM Heads at 39th meetingJuly 2, 2018In “latest news”CARICOM and Argentina looking towards closer cooperationDecember 19, 2018In “Regional”CARICOM boss says regional integration provides resilienceMay 18, 2017In “latest news” read more

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EHF EURO 2012 TOP 10 Danish New Wave and Serbian Eagles

We had two weeks of fantastic Handball Event in Serbia – EHF EURO 2012. Here are the TOP 10 Best things of the most prestigious competition in the World of Handball.1. DANISH „NEW WAVE“Even without some injured players, Denmark became a European Champion. Four players, but more important – four important players in the Danish squad were heroes of the crucial wins in Serbia. Niklas Landin, Mikkel Hansen, Nikolaj Markussen and Rasmus Lauge are on the beginning of the twenties. God only knows where are the maximum of these talented generation. The next Olympic cycle belongs to them…2. MOMIR ILIC, DARKO STANIC AND SERBIAN „EAGLES“Hard-worker, Momir Ilic became a EHF EURO 2012 MVP. He was a really captain of the Serbian team. Most of the Europe doesn’t know for Darko Stanic. Now, everybody know for charismatic Serbian goalkeeper of untypical technique. These days in Serbia is only the “Tennis King” Novak Djokovic more popular than goalkeeper of Metalurg Skopje. Darko deserved that with his performances, but also an energy which shared with everyone. After 11 years, Serbia is celebrating a medal. Coach, Veselin Vukovic was the part of the last Final in 1986 as a player. More than 25 years after, Serbia is again “Handball country”…3. CROATIAN ROUTINE AND MARKO KOPLJARThey are fantastic team covered on the all positions with two good players. After two silver, Croatia wins bronze, but the most important, got Marko Kopljar, right back, who was „raped“ by the Media in past two years, because his performances weren’t on the NT level. Slavko Goluza saved „his life“ as the head coach. Croatia is the favorite for one of the medal at the Olympic Games…4. SPANISH TEAMThey are the Team. After Round 1 and win over France, majority of the Handball Fans thought that „Spanish time“ has come, but as we saw, France was easy to beat in Serbia.  They failed in the last 90 minutes, second half against Denmark and bronze-medal match against Croatia. Before that, everything seemed perfect…5. MACEDONIAN PASSIONThe biggest impression of EHF EURO 2012 in Serbia are the Macedonian fans. In Nis, 4000 in the Hall, in Belgrade, almost 10.000 came to see the match against Denmark. With such a support was really difficult for Kiril Lazarov and friends to lose against anyone. Macedonia took fifth place, the best in the History and has a chance to qualify for the London. That is the biggest surprise of Serbian events…6. SLOVENIAN MODERN HANDBALLFirst defeat against Norway was a signal that Slovenia couldn’t do nothing in Serbia, but team coached by Boris Denic made fantastic effort, won against Iceland and Hungary and took sixth place on the end.  Slovenians came to Serbia to see the potential of their new young team and coach, without big ambitions and pressure. They are now overyjoyed…7. GERMANS „ONE STEP TO THE HEAVEN“Germans had two „match balls“ for the semifinals, but obviosly, Group from Belgrade was match better. After draw with Serbia, Germany had to beat Denmark or Poland, but team of Martin Heuberger lost both of the games. They lost also a chance to qualify for the Olympic Games in London, which can be serious problem for German Handball, sponsors and progress…8. HUNGARIAN „SHORT WINGS“Team of Lajos Mocsai took three points from the Preliminary Round. It seemed that Hungarians are ready for the semifinal in front of the „home crowds“ in Novi Sad, but the first match against Iceland showed all bad things in their squad. Many of the players haven’t „key-role“ in their teams, so performances depends on that. In crucial moments, energy was lost and chance was waste, but Hungary showed that can play against everyone.9. KIRIL LAZAROVTwo times EHF CL Top scorer. After WC 2009 in Croatia (92), he sets a new record and became the Best scorer of the EHF EURO Championships ever with 61 goals.10. SERBIA…Friendly atmosphere, kind people, sold-out halls, Final weekend in front of 20.000 spectators, which is the new record of European championships, put Serbia on these list. Bravo for organisers, see you in Denmark 2014. ← Previous Story Wilbek leaves as Denmark coach in 2014! Next Story → Anita Gorbitz in Gyori until 2017 read more

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AHEPA to host Open Day

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram The Australasian Hellenic Educational Progressive Association (AHEPA) in Victoria, is holding an open day this Sunday at the AHEPA House at 8A Church Street in Hawthorn, Melbourne.AHEPA was established in 1922 in the United States by Greeks Americans trying to protect Hellenes from the prejudices and the discriminations they were subject to in the 1920s.The organisation has chapters in the United States, Canada, Greece, Cyprus, Australia and New Zealand. The Australian chapter of AHEPA was founded in Werris Creek NSW in May 1934, exactly eighty years ago.AHEPA Australia through its cultural, charitable, educational and social activities tries to promote public interest in the Australian Hellenic culture, language and attributes of Hellenism.At the same time the organisation also tries to help Greece and Greeks in need in the motherland. Part of this priority was a recent donation of $85.944 by AHEPA Victoria to the Non-Government Organisation Kyvotos in Athens, in order to support poor, abandoned and orphan children in Greece. last_img read more

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Orthorexie définition symptômes questce que cest

first_imgOrthorexie : définition, symptômes, qu’est-ce que c’est ?L’orthorexie fait partie de la famille des troubles du comportement alimentaire comme la boulimie ou encore l’anorexie. Les personnes atteintes ont une obsession à manger sainement. Maxisciences vous expliqueDéfinitionContrairement à l’anorexie ou à la boulimie les personnes atteinte d’orthorexie n’ont pas de souci avec la quantité de nourriture présente dans leur assiette, mais bien de savoir si cette nourriture est saine. Une personne atteinte de ce trouble aura comme objectif de trouver le meilleur régime, plutôt que le poids idéal. Elle se focalise à se nourrir d’aliments qui la feront sentir pure et saine. Une personne orthorexique aura tendance à éviter toute nourriture contenant des pesticides, des OGM, des colorants artificiels ou des conservateurs ou encore les aliments contenant du sucre ou du gras.Symptômes Les personnes atteintes de ce trouble peuvent présenter de nombreux symptômes tels que : – L’obsession de manger des aliments sains- Angoisse de manger dehors- Angoisse, stress- Perte de poids rapide- Malnutrition- Insuffisance cardiaque (quand l’orthorexie devient très sévère)Traitement À lire aussiDengue : symptômes, traitement, prévention, où en est-on ?Un accompagnement psychologique et un suivi par un nutritionniste peut être nécessaire. Pour les cas les plus sévères, une hospitalisation peut être envisagée.À lire aussi Anorexie mentale : symptômes, causes, conséquences, qu’est ce que c’est ?Boulimie : définition, causes, conséquences, de quoi s’agit-il ?Le 22 mars 2018 à 17:44 • Morsli Paulinelast_img read more

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Mazagan Beach Golf Resort to host World Travel Awards Grand Final 2015

first_img Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppLondon, November 30th, 2015 – Mazagan Beach & Golf Resort in El Jadida, Morocco, has been selected to host the prestigious World Travel Awards (WTA) Grand Final 2015.Set to take place on Saturday, December 12th, the dazzling red-carpet ceremony will welcome hospitality leaders and luminaries from around the world.Mazagan Beach & Golf Resort itself was opened in October 2009 following a multi-million dollar investment project initiated by HRH Mohammed VI, the King of Morocco.The resort, which encompasses 250 hectares of the Atlantic coast, was created by Kerzner International, a leading international developer and operator of destination resorts. The perfect host for the highlight of the international hospitality calendar.Preparations are well underway, with WTA in the process of confirming world-class entertainment and an internationally renowned host for the event. A sumptuous banquet will also be served at the Gala Ceremony, mixing the best of local and international cuisine.World Travel Awards President Graham Cooke said: “It is with great pleasure World Travel Awards is able to announce the Grand Final 2015 will take place at Mazagan Beach & Golf Resort in December. Having completed our annual Grand Tour it will be a honour to welcome all of our regional winners from around the world to compete for the converted global titles.“Preparations are now being finalised for what promises to be a night to remember.”WTA Gala Ceremonies are widely regarded as the best networking opportunities in the travel industry, attended by government and industry leaders, luminaries, and international print and broadcast media.WTA was established in 1993 to acknowledge, reward and celebrate excellence across all sectors of the tourism industry.Today, the WTA brand is recognised globally as the ultimate hallmark of quality, with winners setting the benchmark to which all others aspire.Each year WTA covers the globe with a series of regional gala ceremonies staged to recognise and celebrate individual and collective successes within each key geographical region.For more information on the World Travel Awards Grand Final 2015 head over to the official website. Diamonds La Gemma dell’Est to host World Travel Awards Africa & Indian Ocean Gala Ceremony 2016 Sandals Resorts win top prizes at World Travel Awards Gala in Exuma Sandals Resorts International Honored At Annual World Travel Awards Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:el jadida, Mazagan Beach & Golf Resort, morocco, world travel awardslast_img read more

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California State Auditor says states prison systems arent working

first_img 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The California State Auditor presented a report on the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, finding some surprising facts about prison reform.KUSI contributor Jan goldsmith joined the newscast to talk about the findings. Posted: February 4, 2019 California State Auditor says state’s prison systems aren’t working February 4, 2019 KUSI Newsroom KUSI Newsroom, Categories: California News, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

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3 killed in road crash

first_imgRoad accident illustration by Prothom AloThree motorcyclists were killed when a truck hit a motorbike at Mahishbathan Bazar in Mahadebpur upazila of Naogaon on Tuesday night.The deceased were Sharif Hossain, 19, son of Dulal Hossain; Ruhani Islam, 19, son of Golam Rasul; and Sagar Hossain, 19, son of Abdus Samad of Bijoypur village of the upazila.The accident took place around 10:00pm when a truck rammed the motorbike carrying three people. The victims were killed on the spot, said Sazzad Hossain, officer-in-charge of Mahadebpur police station.Police later retrieved the bodies and handed them over to their families.last_img read more

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