Montreal police announce plan to combat profiling of racial minorities

first_imgMONTREAL — A lawyer working on behalf of the Black Coalition of Quebec is seeking approval for a class action lawsuit against the city of Montreal for alleged racial profiling practices by the police.The news of the lawsuit comes as city police announced a new plan today to combat profiling.Officers presented city council with their commitments, which include more police training and a plan to begin collecting and analyzing data related to racial profiling complaints.Meanwhile Lawyer Jacky-Eric Salvant says he is seeking $4 million in damages from the city on behalf of 500 people who claim they were singled out by city police officers because of their race.Salvant said the lawsuit will be filed in the coming days once the city has been served with court papers.Salvant alleges the rights of non-whites in the city are routinely violated by police officers who stop them on the street or in their cars due to the colour of their skin.The Canadian Presslast_img read more

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100 per cent unity among United India forces Mamata

first_imgKolkata: With the world’s biggest democracy all set to begin the 40-day election process in which an eighth of the world’s population will cast their franchise, Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee reiterated with renewed vigour and conviction that there is 100 percent unity among the United India allies and that Bengal will play a major role in the formation of the new government at the Centre.”All the regional parties will do well in the election and a national party will have to join the United India forces. Bengal will play a leading role in the formation of the new government in Delhi,” she said. In the same breath, she said her party will get 42 out of 42 seats in the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections. In an interview to a vernacular television channel on Monday evening, the Chief Minister said: “Prime Minister Narendra Modi calls me a ‘speed breaker’. As far as I know, speed breakers are installed to control speed and save lives.” She further added that never in the past, India has seen such an arrogant Prime Minister whose language does not suit the post of a Prime Minister. “I have worked with great leaders like Atalji, Advaniji, Gujralji, Rajivji, Deve Gowdaji, Narasimha Raoji but never have I come across such arrogance. The only thing he wants is publicity.” Asked about giving tickets to film stars like Mimi Chakraborty from Jadavpur, Nusrat Jahan from Basirhat and Moon Moon Sen from Asansol, she said: “All of them will win. Mimi will do great work. The CPI(M) candidate in Jadavpur is former Mayor of Kolkata who could not be traced during severe waterlogging in the city. Nusrat will win from Basirhat while Moon Moon will win from Asansol. Besides being the daughter of matinee idol Suchitra Sen, Moon Moon is a highly accomplished lady.” Asked whether the Trinamool Congress will win in Alipurduar, Cooch Behar and Darjeeling, she said: “Our candidates will win from these seats. In Darjeeling, BJP had won in 2014 by dividing the people. But this time this trick will not work. There are four Assembly constituencies in the plains and another three constituencies in the Hills. Our candidate Amar Singh Rai is a localite and is respected by all. He will win the election.” Banerjee said a probe should be conducted into the source of BJP’s money. “They are spending crores of rupees on meetings. They are paying money to the voters — Rs 1,000 and at times Rs 5,000 to the voters to cast votes in their favour.” Asked about the fight between the TMC and Congress in the state, Banerjee said: “There is a pact between BJP, CPI(M) and Congress. In Murshidabad, RSS is helping a Congress candidate while BJP is helping the CPI(M) candidate in Jadavpur. But despite these unofficial pacts, Mausam Noor will win from Malda North and Moazzem Hossain from Malda South seats respectively. Apurba Sarkar and Abu Taher will win from Berhampore and Murshidabad as well.” Talking on the arbitrary surveys by several media houses, the TMC supremo said: “Most of them are bogus and are paid surveys. Most of the national television channels have been sold out and are showing concocted news. I have stopped watching television because of conflicting news. The top brass in the media has been purchased by the BJP.” Referring to Modi as a fake ‘chowkidar’, she said: “I have challenged him to sit for an open debate. I know it is difficult for him to accept it as he has lied throughout these five years and hasn’t done anything constructive.” She also maintained: “Modi is talking shamelessly about the air strike in his election campaigns. But there will be a strike by the voters and on May 23, he will be ousted from Delhi.”last_img read more

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US Congress holds discussion on Sri Lankas human rights situation

He noted that to this day, justice for many of the victims remains elusive and although many observers hoped that the reformist Government of President Sirisena would increase access to justice, focus on human rights, emphasize transparency and accountability, and improve the rule of law, his administration has been criticized for having an inadequate response.“Despite having run on a platform of ethnic reconciliation, President Sirisena has done little to mend the ties between the groups, and the political polarization has increased among both ethnic groups,” he said. “The Sri Lankan civil war ended almost 10 years ago this May. The 25-year war cost an estimated 100,000 lives and displaced hundreds of thousands more. The civil war was a brutal ethnic conflict between the majority Sinhalese and minority Tamils; both sides—the Sri Lankan Armed Forces and the rebel “Tamil Tigers”—have been credibly accused of unimaginable war crimes,” Chairman Smith said in his opening remarks at the hearing. Testifying at Smith’s hearing were  J.S. Tissainayagam, journalist and human rights advocate, Michael Jerryson, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Religious Studies at Youngstown State University, David M. Crane, Principal at Justice Consultancy International, LLC, and John Sifton, Asia Advocacy Director at Human Rights Watch. He said that many victims and survivors have told Human Rights Watch that they won’t accept reparations unless they start seeing real progress on justice and accountability. The debate over accountability is also likely to have political ramifications as the parties vie for popular support. Among those who may run in the next election is the former president’s brother and former defense secretary, Gotabaya Rajapaksa, a dual US-Sri Lanka citizen, who has been implicated in military abuses at the end of the war. Journalist and Human Rights Advocate J. S. Tissainayagam told the Committee that the brave new world promised by the Sri Lanka Government is in jeopardy and there has been very little tangible headway in implementing Resolution 30/1.He also said that of the four transitional justice mechanisms outlined in September 2015, only the Office of Missing Persons has even been set up adding that its members are touring the country listening to victims and have not begun sittings.“The dismal lack of progress and political will was noted by UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zaid Al-Hussein at the UNHRC’s meeting in March this year. He said thefulfilment of the transitional justice commitments made under Human Rights CouncilResolution 30/1 has been virtually stalled for more than a year … and the structures set up to coordinate implementation have not consolidated enough or did not receive sufficientpolitical support to move things forward,” Tissainayagam said. (see full statement below) The Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights, and International Organizations of the US Committee on Foreign Affairs heard evidence on “Human Rights Concerns in Sri Lanka.”The session was chaired by Congressman Chris Smith (R-NJ), chair of the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights, and International Organizations, on Wednesday, June 20. John Sifton, Asia Advocacy Director at Human Rights Watch said that a court with participation by foreign judges and legal experts was specifically promised in the 2015 Human Rights Council resolution, so the lack of progress will only serve to disillusion victim families. read more

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New expert report outlines UNs potential role in fighting terrorism

Nearly a year to the day after the terrorist attacks on the United States, an expert report outlining new ways the United Nations can contribute to the international battle against terrorism was released today at UN Headquarters in New York. The report, prepared for Secretary-General Kofi Annan by a group of senior UN officials and outside experts, identifies the policy dimensions of terrorism for the UN, and offers a series of concrete recommendations on steps the Organization can take to further address the problem. While counter-terrorist activities have been on the world body’s agenda almost since its inception, this report, by the UN Policy Working Group on the UN and Terrorism, aims to provide a strategic conceptual framework for future efforts. The Group argues that the UN must project a clear message that terrorism, no matter what the stated cause, is unacceptable and deserves universal condemnation. It also notes that terrorist acts are an assault on human rights. At the same time, the report underscores that the struggle against terrorism “should be carried out in keeping with international human rights obligations.” It warns that the UN should be wary of offering, or being perceived to be offering, a blanket endorsement of measures taken in the name of counter-terrorism. The Working Group’s recommendations aim to dissuade groups from embracing terrorism, deny groups and individuals the means to carry out terrorist acts, and promote broad-based international cooperation in the struggle against the menace. Among other measures, the experts say the UN must urge its Members to adhere to international anti-terrorism treaties. They also suggest the publication of a UN digest to guide governments on those elements of human rights law that have the greatest application to counter-terrorist activities. The UN should provide more support to its Counter-Terrorism Committee, while the UN Department for Disarmament Affairs should consider producing an annual review of the potential use of weapons of mass destruction in terrorist acts. Civilian police on UN peacekeeping missions should also receive training to identify and counter terrorist groups. The report calls for more coherence in the way the UN liases with other bodies, including Interpol. It also proposes discussions of anti-terrorism activities at regular meetings of senior staff coordinating activities across the entire UN system. Established in October 2001, the UN Policy Working Group on the UN and Terrorism is chaired by Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs, Kieran Prendergast. The Secretary-General considers the report’s recommendations. read more

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Higher oil prices boost Chevron Corp 1Q profits by 4 per cent

NEW YORK, N.Y. – Chevron Corp. says profits rose 4.2 per cent in the first quarter as it sold oil for higher prices.The San Ramon, Calif. energy giant on Friday reported earnings of $6.47 billion, or $3.27 per share, for the first three months of the year. That compares with $6.21 billion, or $3.09 per share, for the same part of 2011. Revenue increased less than 1 per cent to $60.7 billion.The results met Wall Street expectations.Chevron, the second-largest petroleum company in the U.S. behind Exxon Mobil, produced 4.7 per cent less oil and gas in the quarter. It made up for the decline by selling oil at higher prices. Crude prices increased 15 per cent in the U.S. and 16 per cent internationally.Shares fell by $1.03 to $105.19 in premarket trading. Higher oil prices boost Chevron Corp. 1Q profits by 4 per cent by News Staff Posted Apr 27, 2012 9:17 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email read more

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Ohio State womens volleyball splits weekend matches against Illinois and Northwestern

Senior outside hitter Kaitlyn Leary (11) gets set before a serve during a match against Illinois Nov. 22 at St. John Arena. OSU lost, 3-1.Credit: Tim Moody / Lantern reporterStill fighting to grasp a semblance of tournament life, the Ohio State women’s volleyball team picked up a much-needed win against Northwestern, after falling to Illinois one night before.The Buckeyes (17-13, 5-13) topped Northwestern (16-14, 8-10), 3-0, Saturday in a late-night match.First serve was pushed back from 7 to 8:30 p.m. because a 3:30 p.m. kickoff for Ohio State’s football team.Senior defensive specialist Julianne Mandolfo said her team came in knowing it needed at least one win over the weekend, and hoping to redeem themselves against the Wildcats.“(Northwestern) beat us when we went there and we were extremely frustrated,” she said of the Oct. 16 match. “So we came in here and we weren’t going to let them play with us.”OSU jumped out to a 20-14 lead in the first set and never looked back, eventually winning 25-16. Senior outside hitter Kaitlyn Leary led the way with 7 kills and just 1 error in the opening period.From there, the Buckeyes went up, 7-2, in the second before the Wildcats pushed back. The Scarlet and Gray were eventually able to pull out a 26-24 win.After that, OSU fell behind, 7-3, early in the third, but fought back to take a 12-11 lead. The Buckeyes eventually finished off the sweep, 25-18.“It was a great start to finish match,” coach Geoff Carlston said. “The kids did the game plan perfectly. It’s exactly how we drew it up, exactly how we wanted to play.”Leary posted 23 kills on the night to lead the way as the Buckeyes finished with a .298 attacking percentage as a team, compared to the Wildcats’ .148. Sophomore outside hitter Katie Mitchell added 10 kills while junior setter Taylor Sherwin had a match-high 46 assists.“(Sherwin) put me in really good situations with their setter being up,” Leary said. “She kept giving me the ball and setting me where I needed to be set.“She did a really good job this weekend.”The victory against Northwestern came on the heels of a Senior Night loss to No. 20 Illinois Friday. OSU came out playing well, but eventually fell 20-25 in the first set. The Buckeyes followed that up with a 25-17 victory in the second, but could not hold the momentum as they dropped the final two sets (21-25, 20-25).Leary led all players with 16 kills, finishing the match with a .324 attacking percentage, while freshman middle blocker Taylor Sandbothe and junior outside hitter Erin Sekinger each tallied 13 kills.Carlston employed a two-setter approach against Illinois, as Sherwin tallied 27 assists and freshman setter Maggie Heim added 23. Mandolfo led all players with 26 digs.After the match, OSU’s three , Leary, Mandolfo and libero Davionna DiSalvatore were honored during Senior Night festivities.Even though the team lost on Senior Night, Mandolfo said it felt good to get at least one win out of the weekend.The three seniors will have one more chance to play in St. John Arena, though. OSU is scheduled to wrap up its home schedule Wednesday against No. 2 Penn State. The Buckeyes are set to travel to Iowa City, Iowa, after their date with the Nittany Lions for their regular-season finale against Iowa Saturday. read more

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Man accused of murdering brother over box of food remanded

Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedMan beats brother to death during row over foodJuly 6, 2018In “Crime”Man accused of murdering colleague on Independence Day remandedMay 30, 2018In “Court”Fisherman charged with murder of Good Intent pensionerJuly 10, 2018In “Court” Asgar Ally of Bella Dam, West Bank Demerara was on Tuesday remanded to prison when he appeared in court to answer to a charge alleging that he murdered his elder brother on July 5, 2018 over a box of food.His matter was adjourned until August 13, 2018.This publication had reported that on Thursday last, at about 18:30hrs, Ally- who is an employee of Puran’s Disposal Service- reportedly sent his 61-year-old brother, Nazir Khan of  Bella Dam, West Bank Demerara, to purchase a box of food for him at a nearby shop.However, after some time had elapsed and Khan had not returned with the food, Ally went in search of him in the company of a friend.Upon locating Khan, the elderly man admitted that he had eaten the food since he was hungry.The suspect became enraged, and he along with his friend, began to beat Khan about his body.In a bid to escape, the elderly man reportedly ran into a neighbour’s yard but he was chased out based on the fact that the neighbor did not want to interfere in the family’s affairs.As such, Khan  sought refuge at the home of 74-year-old man who resided nearby, informing him that he just wanted to lie down.However, after two hours, the pensioner went to check on Khan, only to find him in a motionless state.As such, an ambulance was summoned and Khan was transported to the West Demerara Regional Hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival.Ally was immediately arrested, and his friend who allegedly assisted in the beating, is being hunted. (Ramona Luthi) read more

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People on the Move 040308

first_imgMeredith Corp. has promoted Lee Slattery to vice president and publisher of Fitness magazine. Previously, Slattery served as publisher. Before joining Fitness, he served as vice president and publisher of Golf for Women.Time Inc. named Jed Hartman to the newly-created position of group publisher of Fortune and CNNMoney. Previously, Hartman served as publisher of The Week. Prior to joining The Week in 2007 he served as a sales director for the Fortune/Money Group.Bloomberg BusinessWeek added three staffers to its creative team: Guardian features section art director Richard Turley was named creative director; Cynthia Hoffman, who most recently served as deputy art director at Time, was appointed design director; and former New York Times Magazine staffer David Carthas was named director of photography. The magazine also has added two to its sales team: Michelle Bosso and Merrick Musolf were named regional advertising directors, for the East Coast and West Coast regions, respectively. Future US promoted Kelley Corten to vice president of Games Media. Corten joined Future in March 2008 and most recently served as group publisher of the company’s games-related magazines and Future Studio.Eileen Mulloy was named senior vice president of sales and marketing at Hollywood.com. Most recently, Mulloy served as publisher of Conde Nast’s Epicurious.com.Wainscot Media announced a pair of personnel changes: Jennifer Hicks, ex-publisher of shuttered Modern Bride and Elegant Bride, was named publisher of New York Spaces and custom publication Previews; and National Media Network founder/managing partner Wilkie Bushby was named group publisher for the company’s health and lifestyle magazines.Jill Bobrow joined Active Interest Media as editor-at-large of Yachts International. Previously, Bobrow served as editor-in-chief at ShowBoats International.Rodale appointed Eric Hurlock associate Web producer at Organic Gardening. A “green energy” professional, Hurlock previously served as a production coordinator at Main Line Life Newspaper.last_img read more

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Dua Lipa Reflects On Her Journey To Pop Stardom Absolutely Mental

first_img Twitter Thanks to the viral success of the breakout single “New Rules,” from her debut album, Dua Lipa, the young singer/songwriter is making a name for herself as she helps shift the pop landscape towards a safer, more celebratory place for empowered, confident women. She is grateful for where she is today, as well as for everything the success of the single has allowed her to do since then.She explains that many of the connections she has made over the years have been through social media, mainly Twitter, and have allowed her to link up with others in the music industry, as well as her fans. She appreciates how her fans are her biggest advocates and their support has allowed her to keep doing what she loves.”I’m so grateful for all the experiences I’ve been given. And all these amazing places that I visited. And all the crowds that I’ve experienced to do really what I love,” Lipa shares. “I’m really just so thankful to the fans and all the listeners that have really reacted and resonated with the music.” Dua Lipa Reflects On Her Journey To Pop Stardom: “Absolutely Mental” News NETWORK ERRORCannot Contact ServerRELOAD YOUR SCREEN OR TRY SELECTING A DIFFERENT VIDEO Oct 11, 2018 – 6:12 pm Dua Lipa On Success, Influences & More Email https://twitter.com/DUALIPA/status/1048270991720370179 Facebook Dua Lipa On Recent Success: “Absolutely Mental” dua-lipa-reflects-her-journey-pop-stardom-absolutely-mental The rising star spoke to a lucky group of 200 fans at the GRAMMY Museum about how she got to where she is today, her musical influences and moreAna YglesiasGRAMMYs Oct 11, 2018 – 6:14 pm Burgeoning popstar Dua Lipa visited the GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles on Sept. 28 to share the story behind her music and her rise to fame and to treat fans with an intimate performance of a few of the songs that helped her get there, including “New Rules.” During the conversation with Sam Lansky, the West Coast Editor of TIME Magazine, she spoke about her gratitude for where she is today, how she got there, the music she grew up listening to, and her biggest inspirations. When Lansky asks her about her biggest inspirations, she shares how much she loved—and still loves—listening to Pink and Nelly Furtado growing up, and learned all the words to their songs. She shares how listening to their albums when she was younger, and feeling like she really got to know the two popstars, inspired her to make music that would allow her fans to get to know her.”I feel like I really got to know those two artists so well just by listening to their music. And that was something I aspired to do with my first album,” Lipa explains. “It was all about allowing people to get to know me, for me.”Dua Lipa On Calvin Harris, Other Dream Collabs, “New Rules,” & MoreRead morelast_img read more

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Cruise lines Juneau still at odds over passenger fee ruling

first_imgThe Emerald Princess is moored Wednesday, July 27, 2017, at the South Franklin Street Dock in Juneau. (Photo by Tripp J Crouse/KTOO)Cruise Lines International Association Alaska’s lawsuit against Juneau’s passenger fees isn’t over. The cruise industry is asking a federal court to limit the city’s collection of the $8 per passenger fee and for the judge to define how it can — and can’t — spend it.Judge H. Russel Holland ruled Dec. 6 that Juneau had been spending passenger fees from cruise ships too liberally. Passenger fee revenue could only be spent on things related to the vessels themselves. But the judge found that spending on services and facilities that benefited only the cruise passengers — like crossing guards and sidewalk maintenance — still ran afoul of the U.S. Constitution.Five days after the judge’s ruling, the cruise industry’s attorneys wrote the city’s lawyer a letter. The industry wanted to know: How was the city planning to comply? Reduce the fees? Repeal them altogether?“We were looking for a signal from Juneau that there would be a substantial reduction in fees,” said Jonathan Benner, the CLIA’s lead attorney in the lawsuit. “Or that the fees would be repealed or restructured or whatever to become compliant with that order.”The city’s outside counsel responded in a letter that nothing in the ruling challenged the constitutionality of collecting the fees.“Consistent with the decision, the city will follow its code, held to be constitutional,” wrote Juneau attorney Bob Blascoe. “And as always, CLIA is invited to submit written comments as to any expenditures.”Benner said that led the industry to ask the judge to clarify his order.“When we received the response from the city indicating that they felt that very little would change because of the decision,” Benner said, “we felt it was appropriate to advise the court that we felt injunctive relief would be necessary to get the city’s attention.”That led to a recent 15-page filing asking the judge to expand on his order and force the city’s hand to reduce or repeal its passenger fees.Some of the industry’s objections were specific: crossing guards, fire and ambulance services and payphones. Others items were broad: tourism-related infrastructure. None of these, it argued, serve the marine operation of a cruise ship and are therefore can’t be paid for with passenger fees.Benner said if the industry gets its way, the judge’s order could take different forms.“But I would expect it to give the city some fairly clear boundary lines about what it could use the fees for or perhaps more importantly what it could not use the fees for,” he said.Juneau has already spent more than $800,000 since spring 2016 defending itself in this lawsuit. And the industry is also asking the city to pay its legal fees.Other port communities use passenger fees to pay for services and facilities serving the influx of cruise visitors to Southeast Alaska.The Ketchikan City Council recently pledged $100,000 toward an appeal should the Juneau Assembly contest the judge’s ruling. And the city council pledged to file a friend-of-the-court brief on behalf of the capital city.“Judge Holland’s decision remains under review by the Ketchikan City Council and staff, and we have no further comment at this time,” wrote Ketchikan Assistant City Manager Lacey Simpson in an email.But will Juneau file an expensive appeal? So far Juneau officials have been mum.Juneau City Manager Rorie Watt told a Juneau Rotary Club luncheon that the city has a dilemma on its hands.“People tell me two things about the cruise ship litigation when I see them in public,” Watt told the Tuesday crowd. “And they typically say, ‘You should settle!’ Or, ‘Don’t give into the cruise industry!’”According to CLIA estimates, more than 1.3 million cruise passengers are projected to visit Alaska this year. They’ll bring cash to local economies but also demands for services and infrastructure.Watt said the industry’s hard-line position could backfire in the long run. Port communities need to be able to invest passenger fees in things that make them attractive to visitors, he said.“It’s a little bit like the dog catching the car,” Watt said. “Do they really want to argue that crossing guards aren’t a benefit? Do they really want to argue that restrooms aren’t a benefit? I don’t think so.”But that is what the industry is arguing. The city’s legal motion is due Thursday. Then the ball is back in the judge’s court.last_img read more

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Spotify Rep Responds to Nicki Minajs Claims That It Penalized Her

first_img Popular on Variety ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15 Minaj also said that a sales bundle of Scott merchandise and concert-ticket access skewed the numbers in his favor, although she used similar tactics in her roll-out. She pointed to an Instagram post by Scott’s girlfriend Kylie Jenner that promoted the bundles and sort of implied that fans could see their baby Stormi on the tour. She also blamed her label, Republic, for not getting involved, claiming it is concerned about retribution against Ariana Grande’s album, which dropped Friday and will see its chart debuts next week.Billboard had not commented directly on Minaj’s tweetstorm as of Monday morning. Its chart article says Scott earned 205,000 equivalent album units in the week ending Aug. 16, according to Nielsen Music, of which a little over 78,000 were from traditional album sales, while Minaj racked up 185,000 equivalent album units earned, of which 78,000 were in traditional album sales. The publication notes: “’Queen,’ like ‘Astroworld,’ saw its sales bolstered by an array of merchandise/album bundles sold via Minaj’s official website. ‘Queen’ also benefits from sales generated by a concert ticket/album sale redemption offer with her upcoming co-headlining tour with Future.”center_img A rep for Spotify has responded to Nicki Minaj’s Sunday Twitter barrage about its alleged penalization of her album, which she claims helped deprive her of a No. 1 album, because she’d done a radio show on Apple Music.“Spotify supported Nicki Minaj with a Times Square billboard, a host of the largest playlists, New Music Friday and the new music release shelf,” the rep said. “Her song ‘Bed’ actually saw an increase based on the promotions put behind the campaign. The company continues to be big fans of Nicki.”Spotify wasn’t the only one Minaj named in her Tweetstorm: Travis Scott, whose “Astroworld” was No. 1, his girlfriend Kylie Jenner and others suffered the rapper’s wrath pver her new album “Queen” not topping the album charts and coming in at No. 2 on the Billboard 200. According to the Nielsen Music tally published in Billboard, Scott’s album earned 205,000 equivalent album units while Minaj’s had some 20,000 less, with 185,000.last_img read more

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Legion Can Even Make Exposition Interesting

first_img Now that we’ve reached the second-to-last episode of Legion‘s first season, it was time for the series to start showing its hand. That’s generally how mystery shows work. Reveal everything (or almost everything) in one episode, then deal with everything we learned in the finale. If they’re not handled well, those reveals can make for some dry television. Thankfully, Legion has been anything but dull in its first six episodes, and it wasn’t going to start boring us now.The episode began by backtracking to before the end of last week’s episode. Lenny/The Demon with Yellow Eyes is asking Amy all kinds of questions about the day David came to live with her family. The brief shots of a familiar-looking wheelchair aren’t the episode’s only clues about the identity of David’s father. Amy doesn’t have the information Lenny’s looking for, and Lenny has to deal with the fact that someone is breaking people out of her mental hospital projection.That someone, as we know, is Cary, who was rescued by Oliver and brought to his ice room. The pair of scientists share what they’ve learned about the parasite infecting David’s mind. It’s mostly stuff we already knew about until Oliver reveals he’s figured out the thing’s true name: Amahl Farouk. Cary kicks himself because the name of David’s childhood dog, the first form the demon took, was King. The parasite is The Shadow King. Regular readers of X-Men comics will recognize both names. The Shadow King of the comics is one of Charles Xavier’s most powerful enemies. It lives in the astral plane, giving it great telepathic power and only Xavier even has a hope of defeating it. Oliver also explains that Farouk has trapped David in a corner of his mind. If he doesn’t get out soon, he’ll disappear forever, and The Shadow King will take over David’s body completely.Jemaine Clement as Oliver Bird, Bill Irwin as Cary Loudermilk. (Photo via FX)So now that we know what’s at stake, it’s time for David to get out of his box. As he panics a copy of himself appears next to him, acting oddly calm. It’s also British. (Hello, Dan Stevens’s natural accent!) This is the rational part of David’s mind, which David apparently created just for situations like this. The two Davids imagine a classroom where they go over everything they know. This is all exposition laid out to make sure the audience is caught up before the show moves forward. But it’s all so satisfying and presented so well that it doesn’t feel like a dry info-dump. After the last six episodes, the show has earned this sequence.Going off of what he knows, David pieces together the circumstances surrounding his birth. Everything is presented in animated chalkboard drawings, which look really cool. He imagines that his birth father must have fought the Demon, and reasons that it would have to be a psychic battle. He draws his father as a bald man, and it starts to look a lot like Professor X fighting this monster. He even gives his father a voice that sounds a lot like a Patrick Stewart impression. Once David’s figured everything out, he’s able to bust out of the box Lenny put him in, and run through the maze of his mind, looking for a way out.Meanwhile, Cary rescues Syd and tasks her with collecting the others. He gives her pairs of glasses that allow them to see through the mental hospital illusion. Cary then collects Melanie and brings her to the real world where time is still frozen. He has a collar that will bring David back and isolate the Farouk, but doing so will start time again. Remember, there are still bullets heading directly for Syd and David. Oliver appears in the room and reveals he can help. In an exceptionally beautiful sequence, he conducts music to form a shield around Syd and David.Jean Smart as Melanie Bird, Bill Irwin as Cary Loudermilk (Photo via FX)This leads to what might be the coolest sequence all season. The entire show turns into a silent movie. Syd finds Rudy, who in real life has been stabbed by the Eye, and Kerry. She guides them through the hospital, looking for David. There are even dialog cards whenever a character speaks. The Eye catches up with them and attack’s Kerry. Syd tries to stop him, but things aren’t looking good. The fight is interrupted by Lenny, who demands that everyone stand before the king. She kills the Eye in one of the most disturbing deaths of the show by twisting and folding his body into a cube. Outside in the real world, it begins to happen in slow motion. Melanie sees blood pour down The Eye’s face.Lenny is about to do the same to Syd and Kerry but catches a glimpse of what’s going on in the real world. She briefly teleports outside and knocks over Oliver, making the shield disappear. Those bullets are still a problem. Back inside her construct, she once again descends on Syd and Kerry. Fortunately, David has figured out how to control this construct in his mind. As he makes everything inside fly apart, Cary puts the electronic halo on his real head. Everyone is back in their bodies, David catches the bullets safely in his hand, and the eye folds into a gory cube.Aubrey Plaza as The Shadow King. (Photo: Screenshot via FX)The group arrives back at Summerland, and for a while, it looks like everything will be OK. Oliver is back in the real world, much to Melanie’s delight. Amy realizes David was never sick. Both Cary and Kerry are alive, but Kerry is angry that Cary wasn’t there when she needed him. David seems better but realizes they should probably get Lenny/Farouk out of his head as soon as possible. She/he’s trapped in a box in his mind, but she/he’s getting angrier. That creepy angriest boy in the world makes a brief appearance, which is enough to convince David that it’s time to evict Farouk. Before they can do that, though, it appears Division 3 has caught up with Summerland. The soldiers are ordered to capture David and kill everyone else. To make matters worse, Farouk has broken out of his box.I’m actually sad that there’s only one more episode of Legion left. This one was immensely satisfying, managing to make all the big reveals feel natural. Aubrey Plaza continued to shine in this episode. Who would have thought the sarcastic girl from Parks and Recreation would become one of Marvel’s best and scariest villains? I almost hope Farouk isn’t defeated this season so she can come back. The way the episode ended also set us up for one hell of a season finale. Just having the Summerland team captured on its own isn’t anything special, but with this show, it’s almost impossible to predict what will happen next. Especially with Farouk on the loose in David’s mind again. Don’t Hold Your Breath For Noah Hawley’s ‘Doctor Doom&…How ‘Legion’ Uses Superpowers to Explore Mental Illness Stay on targetlast_img read more

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first_imgKolkata: State Education minister Partha Chatterjee on Monday said his department is planning for amalgamation and at the same time developing infrastructure at the primary schools to have a proper balance of teachers and students. There are schools in which students are less in comparison to the teachers and vice versa.”The total number of primary schools in the state is 50,108 presently out of which 2,048 schools have students where the number is less than 20. We are trying for infrastructural development so that the enrollment goes up and at the same time introducing English-medium schools in the state. We have already identified 100 schools for English-medium among which 65 schools have already been upgraded. We have set a target of having 1,000 English-medium schools,” Chatterjee said in response to a query from TMC MLA Bankim Hazra at the state Assembly on Monday. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataChatterjee, during the course of supplementary questions, provided data before the House of the number of schools where students’ strength is less than 20. The number of upper primary schools in this regard is 554, secondary schools are 76 and higher secondary schools are 14. “We have not closed down any of these schools and are trying all means to attract students. The department is providing laptops with projectors in a number of schools to make the learning experience interesting. Providing mid-day meals should not be the only means to attract students and there should be something for the students which involve some sort of brain work on their part,” he added. Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in stateChatterjee further pointed out that the Left Front government’s decision in 1982 to do away with English in the primary level had resulted in a sharp decline of students in government schools as they have opted for private English-medium schools which teach the subject right from the pre-primary level. The minister also expressed his concern over the mushrooming of CBSE and ICSE and Montessori schools over which the state primary Board has no control. “The permission to set up these schools are given by the Central government and we only provide the No Objection Certificate (NOC). We have already spoken to the Centre and highlighted the problem. Until we are empowered by the Centre to have our say in granting permission about setting up the schools, we are helpless,” he claimed.last_img read more

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first_imgSource = e-Travel Blackboard: N.J Utilising the power of team work, up to 16 hoteliers are keen to combine forces to assist in the development of a new industry security framework that will safely handle travellers’ credit card data.With plans to kick off development during the first six months next year, the initiative put forth by the Hotel Technology Next Generation (HTNG) group will create a substitute system that will process a guest’s credit card information without loading any data onto the hotel’s system. Accor, Hilton Worldwide and Starwood are among the big names that have signed on to participate in the project that will increase credit card handling as well as reduce hotel costs.Currently a guest’s sensitive data flows across a company’s system until after departure and the final bill is processed.However, despite spending countless dollars on security, the accommodation Group has no control over third-party systems that may gain access to a guest’s information prior to arrival.“Every major hotel company is working to get as many of their systems as possible out of the scope of the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI-DSS),” HTNG chief executive Douglas Rice said.  “Most of these companies have focused on solutions based on tokenization, and many have implemented them or are in the process of doing so.” According to HTNG tokenization is a process that sees credit card information stores in a secure location, operating by a hotel brand, a payment gateway or another third party and replaced by tokens.While the tokens work well to complete the transaction they do not prevent thieves from gaining access to the information. The new system unveiled late last month continue to utilise the token system with the addition of a new layer of security extended to unrelated parties that may be involved in the transaction including; travel agencies, global distribution systems, switches, channel management systems, central reservation systems, management companies, independent hotels, payment gateways and swipe devices.“The approach is intended to enable the tokenization of card data by the first system that touches the reservation,” Mr Rice said.  “The sensitive data will remain stored in a secure vault, and all of the other systems will simply pass along the token in place of the credit card.  “The hotel itself can then submit the token to its token provider or gateway to complete the card transaction.  “The card data itself need never touch a hotel system.”Other hotel Groups signed up the participate in development include; Delaware North CompaniesFairmont Raffles Hotels InternationalHyatt Hotels CorporationInterContinental Hotels GroupJumeirah GroupKempinski HotelsThe Marcus CorporationMandarin Oriental Hotel GroupMarriott InternationalMaybourne Hotel GroupMeliá Hotels InternationalOmni Hotels Taj Group of Hotelslast_img read more

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first_img Top Stories Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires 0 Comments   Share   A lot will be resting on Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer’s shoulders (notably, his right shoulder) entering the 2015 season.That, and his surgically repaired left knee.Despite the injury concerns, NFL.com writer Gregg Rosenthal has listed Palmer as one his early winners during training camp so far.Palmer has been practicing with no restrictions, which is a positive development coming off a torn ACL. It’s also easy to forget Palmer had a shoulder injury which limited his throws while he was on the field last year. Palmer, coach Bruce Arians and multiple reporters say the ball is coming out of Palmer’s hands better in camp thus far.Palmer went 6-0 last year before injuries ended his season early. He threw for 1,626 yards and 11 touchdowns with three interceptions, and has gone 13-2 in his last 15 starts in a Cardinals uniform. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelocenter_img Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The 35-year-old quarterback is coming off of his second torn ACL in a career in which he has thrown for 35,365 yards and 224 touchdowns and earned two Pro Bowl nods. – / 43 Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

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