RCom promoters’ shareholding dips to 22% in January-March

first_imgNew Delhi: Reliance Communications promoters’ stake has come down to 22 per cent in January-March 2019 quarter, with family and group firms jointly losing more than half of the equities, the telecom firm said Thursday. In the October-December 2018 quarter, the promoters and promoter group of debt-ridden RCom had 53.08 per cent stake in the company. In the third quarter of 2018-19, Ambani family members jointly held 145.48 crore equity shares, which came down to 59.79 crore in last quarter of the same fiscal, according to shareholding pattern disclosure made by the firm. Also Read – Thermal coal import may surpass 200 MT this fiscalShares held by promoter group firm Reliance Communications Enterprises Private Limited dropped by almost half to 36.56 crore from 72.31 crore. The disclosure shows that equity holding of Reliance Ornatus Enterprise and Ventures and Reliance Wind Turbine Installators Industries came down to 9.2 crore and 85 lakh, respectively, from 30 crore shares held by each of them in the third quarter. According to records, most of the pledged shares were sold by lenders in January-March 2019 quarter. The company, which is reeling under debt burden of around Rs 45,000 crore, has approached the National Company Law Tribunal to invoke insolvency against it as the firm has been unable to sell assets and pay back to lenders.last_img read more

India to observe US sanctions on Iranian oil

NEW DELHI — India says it will buy crude oil from other major oil producing countries in view of the United States’ decision this week to end waivers that allowed it to buy Iranian oil without facing U.S. sanctions.External Affairs Ministry spokesman Raveesh Kumar says the Indian government will continue to work with partner nations, including the United States, to find ways to protect India’s energy and economic security interests.India bought 23.6 million tons of Iranian oil in the financial year ending in March 2019.In November, the U.S. granted a six-month waiver to India and seven other countries to continue importing oil from Iran. Washington decided to eliminate all Iranian oil revenue that it says funds destabilizing activity throughout the Middle East and beyond.The Associated Press read more

Annan deplores latest Israeli attack in Gaza refugee camp

“He is especially disturbed that the [Israel Defence Forces] IDF fired tank rounds and heavy machine gun fire at two schools,” a statement issued by a UN spokesman said, noting that one of the schools in the Rafah refugee camp is run by the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA).So far in October, more than 50 Palestinians have been killed, including 15 children and three women, and nearly 300 injured, the overwhelming majority of them civilians, as a result of Israeli military actions, the statement noted.”The Secretary-General once again calls on the Government of Israel to halt such military actions in heavily populated areas and live up to its obligations under international humanitarian law to take special care to protect civilians, as well as to ensure the security of United Nations installations,” the statement said. “He reiterates his appeal to both sides to stop all acts of violence and provocation, as called for by the Security Council.” read more

SecretaryGeneral welcomes progress in Liberia urges reconciliation

“I welcome the important efforts being made to transform the country,” Mr. Ban wrote in his latest progress report to the Security Council on the UN Mission in Liberia (UNMIL). “Much remains to be done, however, to address the historical injustices that persist, so that all Liberians feel that they are benefitting from the country’s progress in stability, democracy and development,” he added. The UN has maintained a peacekeeping force in Liberia since 2003 to bolster a ceasefire agreement ending a decade of war that killed nearly 150,000 people, mostly civilians. UNMIL’s mandate includes helping to restore the rule of law and democratic processes as well as facilitating humanitarian assistance. “Coherent and genuine national reconciliation should be at the centre of the Liberian peace process,” Mr. Ban continued, noting that it was essential for all Liberians to have “an opportunity to express their views about how to best address all aspects of reconciliation.” Mr. Ban also reaffirmed his recommendation, made in his special report of 16 April, that UNMIL’s presence in the country be gradually reduced by about 4,200 troops in three phases between this year and 2015, when it will have a residual presence of approximately 3,750 peacekeepers. Additionally, the Secretary-General recommended that the Mission’s police component maintain its current strength of 498 advisers and 845 officers in seven formed police units, and be authorized to add three formed units as needed over the next three years. UNMIL currently has a total of 9,195 uniformed personnel, which includes 1,279 police, including those serving in formed police units. He also requested that the Security Council approve his recommendations and extend UNMIL’s mandate by one year, until 30 September 2013. Drawing his attention to the security situation along the 700 kilometre shared border between Liberia and Côte d’Ivoire, the UN chief voiced concern about continuing instability in what he said was a volatile and porous area. He welcomed ongoing efforts by both Governments to develop a coordinated strategy with regards to cross-border movements, illicit trafficking, and organized crime. “Security measures alone will not create lasting stability,” noted Mr. Ban. “I would therefore underline the importance of devoting attention to reconciliation, confidence-building and the development and strengthening of State authority in border areas.” On 8 June, seven peacekeepers serving with the UN Operation in Côte d’Ivoire (UNOCI) and at least 27 civilians were killed in a series of attacks in the border region, prompting the Government of Liberia to launch a security operation in an effort to stabilize the area. read more

Ending exclusion empowering youth key to bridging social divide in Central African

“The solution is youth: this country belongs to you, it is you who will have to build this nation,” said Abdoulaye Mar Dieye, the head of the Africa bureau at the UN Development Programme (UNDP) as he concluded a five-day official visit to the CAR.Mr. Dieye addressed a group of young people to build a cultural and sports centre in the CAR capital of Bangui. A total of 1,000 young women and men will take part in the programme, receiving a salary and promoting dialogue in neighbourhoods across the capital, according to UNDP.With an overall unemployment rate of 20.3 percent in 2010, the Central African Republic (CAR) is unlikely to reach its target of achieving full employment by 2015, UNDP said, citing the national UN Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) report, which noted that women and young people are particularly affected and the situation is likely to have worsened since the onset of the crisis.And more than half of the country’s population, about 2.5 million people, is in need of humanitarian assistance, and more than 60 percent of the population continues to live in extreme poverty. In addition, ongoing sectarian violence has uprooted more than 850,000 people.Mr. Dieye also said massive investments are required to bridge the social divide in CAR.“Widespread poverty, inequality, exclusion and a weak State in a country with high economic potential: these are the ingredients of the crisis in the Central African Republic,” he concluded.UNDP said the Government is pinning its hopes on the Forum of Bangui, a national gathering on reconciliation to be held in March. The event is widely expected to help restore peace and to forge a shared vision for the country, and it was preceded by a series of popular consultations organized throughout the country.During his visit, Mr. Dieye met the Head of State, Catherine Samba-Panza, the Prime Minister, the President of the Transitional Parliament, government ministers, as well as the Head of the UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the country (MINUSCA), Babacar Gaye.He also met Dieudonné Kombo Yaya, the President of the National Electoral Authority, the body responsible for organizing a constitutional referendum, as well as general and presidential elections this year, and called on the international community to help fund the remaining gap.“Just the same way that the West African region supported the elections in Guinea-Bissau, regional communities should support the…elections,” he said. The budget of the electoral assistance programme is $44 million and UNDP is managing its basket fund.Working in close collaboration with the UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission (MINUSCA), UNDP’s priorities are social cohesion and community resilience; support for the transition – including the organization of elections – the fight against impunity and insecurity; and aid coordination.The CAR transitional government has adopted a roadmap which prioritizes the political dialogue; national reconciliation; the organization of elections; support for the process of restoring peace and security; community recovery; and humanitarian assistance, according to UNDP. read more

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FiveThirtyEight is seeking a reporter to lead our coverage of Major League Baseball. As the original data-friendly sport, baseball is core to our sports coverage — both during the season and throughout the offseason.We’re looking for a creative writer with a passion for baseball and a firm grasp of the sport’s statistics. This includes traditional sabermetrics, newer metrics like those generated by Statcast and historical data. The ideal candidate has experience covering the sport or an MLB team for a newspaper, magazine, website or major media outlet.This writer will anchor our MLB coverage with insightful analysis of the game. This will entail writing posts off the news or current trends and producing deeply reported, enterprise projects that contain original research. Most importantly, we want candidates who can pose interesting questions about the current state of baseball and answer them using data. An interest in, or experience covering, other major sports is a plus but not required.If interested, send inquiries to contact@fivethirtyeight.com with the phrase “MLB Writer” in the subject line. read more

Crime Lengthy severe punishments wont change behaviour sanctions will EU Envoy

Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedForeign delegation in Guyana to push for end to death penaltyNovember 13, 2018In “Crime”EU to assist in strengthening local justice sectorOctober 5, 2015In “Business”Gov’t urged to respect Int’l laws regarding death penaltyNovember 27, 2015In “Politics” Head of the European Union (EU) Delegation to Guyana and Suriname, Jerney VideticThe Head of the European Union (EU) Delegation to Guyana and Suriname, Jerney Videtic is of the firm view that lengthy prison sentences will not reduce crime, but rather the implementation of sanctions. The diplomat’s statements were made on Friday at the launch of a Regional workshop dubbed ‘Train-the-Trainers’ which will focus on Restorative Justice under the Sycamore Tree Project, at the Grand Coast Hotel, Le Ressouvenir, East Coast Demerara.According to Videtic, punishment will not be effective in lowering the crime rate.It is because of this view he noted that sanctions should be imposed on perpetrators of crime.  “Lengthy, severe punishment does not change behaviour what does is immediate and certain sanctions. That is why we need to increase punitive policies which cause prison book relations to grow at a much faster rate than reported crimes” Videtic stated.Meanwhile a facilitator of the five-day workshop, Pastor Wendell Jeffrey pointed out that the training program will be geared towards training persons who happen to be ex-offenders to conduct rehabilitation programs with prisoners to transform their minds, thereby creating the necessary change.“This restorative justice project begins today with the raining of trainers workshop, this will see over 60 people being trained in an hands on approach to capacity building in the field of prison rehabilitation. The program will build from a comprehension of what is termed restorative justice to the actual engagement of ex offenders and recovering addicts in practical application” Jeffrey revealed.A few areas which will be discussed with prisoners are how their criminal behaviour would affect their victims as well as the genesis of criminal behaviours of perpetrators. The Sycamore Tree Project is an in-prison restorative justice programme which seeks to bring together unrelated victims and offenders to discuss crime and its impact. It takes its name from the story of Zacchaeus and his encounter with Jesus in the Bible.A senior member of the organizing team related that they aspire to reach the prisons and begin their mission by January. read more

Roman Reigns returning this Monday on RAW to give update on leukemia

first_imgFacebook RAW Preview: Steve Austin to moderate contract signing, KOTR Semi-Final Triple Threat WhatsApp When Did Vince McMahon Find Out About Roman Reigns’ Diagnosis? Now Playing Up Next Now Playing Up Next Twitter Roman Reigns will be returning on RAW this Monday in Atlanta, GA to give an update on his battle with leukemia.On October 22, 2018 on RAW, Roman Reigns revealed that he’s battling leukemia, an illness that had returned 11 years after his initial diagnosis.  Roman forfeited his WWE Universal championship that night.WWE tweeted the following:BREAKING: @WWERomanReigns returns to #Raw this Monday night with an update on his battle with leukemia. https://t.co/iqDToumxhV— WWE (@WWE) February 21, 2019Vince McMahon tweeted the following:.@WWERomanReigns (aka Joe Anoa’i) will address the status of his fight with leukemia this Monday on Raw. #fighter #proud #classy pic.twitter.com/kgXD8SHwVc— Vince McMahon (@VinceMcMahon) February 21, 2019 Now Playing Up Next Google+ Vince McMahon Gave Roman Reigns Advice After Cancer Diagnosis Pinterest New stipulation added to Roman Reigns vs. Erick Rowan this Sunday at Clash of Champions Now Playing Up Next WWE Lists The Shields Top 10 Wins Vince McMahon Sends Supportive Message To Roman Reigns Paul Nemer RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Now Playing Up Next Recommended videosPowered by AnyClipVince McMahon Sends Supportive Message To Roman ReignsVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPlayUnmuteDuration 0:00/Current Time 0:00Loaded: 0%Remaining Time -0:00 FullscreenUp NextThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Replay the list Roman Reigns Is Back, But Not Fighting For Belts 2K announces global partnership for WWE 2K20 with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society last_img read more

Man arrested for alleged violation of nocontact order

first_imgOfficers responded to a home early Wednesday morning in the Vancouver Heights neighborhood and arrested a man for allegedly violating a no-contact domestic violence court order.Vancouver Police Department spokeswoman Kim Kapp said in an email that someone reported a woman was taken from a bar by her ex-boyfriend, who has a no-contact order against him and pending kidnapping case outside of Clark County for alleged crimes against her.Police located the man, identified as David W. Rose, at a home in the 200 block of Northeast Garrison Road. They executed a search warrant and located Rose and the woman inside. The woman was uninjured, Kapp said.Video of the response posted to Twitter by a KATU-TV reporter shows officers outside of a residence, using a loudspeaker and asking Rose to come outside with his hands above his head. A second video shows officers entering the home through the front door.Rose was arrested on suspicion of felony violating a no-contact order. He was booked into the Clark County Jail, according to the inmate roster.The police department’s domestic violence unit is investigating the incident.last_img read more

Columbian staff win Blethen awards

first_imgMarissa Harshman The Columbian staff won two honors in this year’s C.B. Blethen Memorial Awards, honoring the best in Pacific Northwest journalism.Health care reporter Marissa Harshman took first place in enterprise reporting for newspapers with circulation of less than 50,000 for her story package on the consequences suffered by former patients of a Vancouver pain clinic.Former education reporter Jacques Von Lunen took second place in the same category for his package explaining the state’s basic education funding process and the problems the system faces.The awards were presented Thursday in Portland at the annual meeting of the Pacific Northwest Newspaper Association. The are given in memory of the man who published The Seattle Times from 1915 to 1941.last_img read more

Highspeed squash at Screaming Pumpkin Derby

first_imgBeyond pumpkin racing, the Screaming Pumpkin Derby also included several kids activities and a costume contest. There was a kind of magic in the air at the annual carving party when Karen Shimer first thought up the notion of using pumpkins as race cars.Magic, or something equally spirited.“I think I was having a couple glasses of wine when we were carving pumpkins at our get-together, and I thought, ‘This needs to be more exciting. Let’s put wheels on these suckers,’” Shimer said with a laugh.From there, the Screaming Pumpkin Derby was born.Shimer, owner of Vancouver-based The Butler Did It Catering, took her idea and ran with it, turning it into a community event for charity three years ago.By pretty much all accounts, it’s been a hit ever since.“I won my second race,” said 8-year-old Hayden Kahler, who built a pumpkin racer called “Ghost Lights” and ran it in Saturday’s event. “Mine crashed into the others and the top flew off.”When asked if he liked to watch the pumpkins crash, Hayden nodded vigorously, but added that he planned to refine his design next year.last_img read more

Jason Aldean Pens Heartfelt Letter Following Las Vegas Shooting

first_img Email Facebook News Jason Aldean’s Letter For Las Vegas jason-aldean-pens-heartfelt-letter-following-las-vegas-shooting Jason Aldean Pens Heartfelt Letter Following Las Vegas Shooting center_img Twitter Country music star who was performing during the deadly mass shooting in Loas Vegas on Oct. 1 speaks out Renée FabianGRAMMYs Oct 3, 2017 – 2:36 pm On Oct. 1, country singer/songwriter Jason Aldean was performing his song “When She Says Baby” at the Las Vegas Route 91 Harvest Festival when shots were fired into the crowd, resulting in at least 58 deaths and more than 500 injuries. Fortunately, Aldean and his crew were not injured.After an initial post expressing his sadness, thoughts and prayers for the victims, Aldean has now penned a longer letter that touches on his fear at the current state of the world, the need for people to come together and his continued thoughts and prayers for the victims of the largest mass shooting in U.S. history.  “Over the last 24 hrs I have gone through lots of emotions. Fear, Anger, Heartache, Compassion and many others,” he wrote in an Instagram post. “My heart aches for the Victims and their families of this Senseless act. I am so sorry for the hurt and pain everyone is feeling right now and there are no words I can say to take that pain away. Just know u all are in my heart and my prayers as we all go through this together.”Lady Gaga, John Mayer, Ariana Grande Speak Out For Gun ControlRead morelast_img read more

Genesis Colors IPO Owner of luxury brands Satya Paul Bwitch gets Sebi

first_imgModels present creations by Indian designer Satya Paul’s Spring/Summer 2009 collection at the Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week in New Delhi October 17, 2008 (representational image).Reuters fileGenesis Colors is all set to hit the capital market with its initial public offering (IPO) soon. The owner of luxury brands Satya Paul and Bwitch recently got regulator Sebi’s approval for its public issue comprising sale of up to 1.91 million shares by existing shareholders in addition to fresh issue of shares worth Rs 380 crore.Besides owning luxury brands, the company also sells global brands such as Jimmy Choo, Armani, Paul Smith, Canali, Coach, Furla, Hugo Boss and Bottega Veneta under its subsidiary Genesis Luxury Fashion. Satya Paul is also the name of the designer who launched his brand in 1985.Lakme Fashion Week 2017 day 4: Karisma Kapoor, Aditi Rao Hydari set the ramp on fire [PHOTOS]The global co-ordinators and book running lead managers for the Genesis Colors IPO are ICICI Securities and Edelweiss Financial Services.Promoter and existing shareholdersSanjay Kapoor is the promoter and managing director of Genesis Colors, whose subsidiaries include Burberrry India Pvt Ltd., Canali India Private Limited, V&B Lifestyle India Private Limited, Genesis Overseas Private Ltd. and Splendour Distributions Ltd.The top existing shareholders of Genesis Colors include Sanjay Kapoor, Sequoia Capital India Growth Investments, HEP Mauritius, ICP Holdings and BCCL. Sanjay Kapoor holds 39.63 percent of the current paid-up share capital while Sequoia holds 16.49 percent stake. Objects of the issueThe company intends to use the proceeds of the fresh issue of shares to acquire shares of Genesis Luxury Fashion Private Ltd. from Splendour Distributions and promoter Sanjay Kapoor, apart from using the funds for general corporate purposes. Together, the two shareholders (Splendour and Kapoor) hold about 46 percent stake in Genesis Luxury Fashion.For the year ended March 31, 2016, Genesis Colors incurred net loss of Rs 55.29 million on total income of Rs 1,141.68 million.Genesis Colors was incorporated in November 1998 and became a public limited company in September 2016. The company is engaged in the manufacturing and trading of designer sarees, women apparels, designer ties, fabric and other accessories.(Source: Draft Red Herring Prospectus of Genesis Colors Ltd.) 1/2 Model-actor Jacqueline Fernandes and designer Satya Paul at the Chennai Fashion International Week, 2009.IBT Media/S V KrishnamachariModel-actor Jacqueline Fernandez and designer Satya Paul at the Chennai International Fashion Week in 2009.IBT Media/S V KrishnamachariPreviousNextlast_img read more

WATCH Trump Says Syria Attack Will Be Met Forcefully

first_imgPresident Donald Trump said he’ll “forcefully” respond to an alleged chemical weapons attack in Syria.Trump made the remark in the Cabinet Room of the White House during a meeting Monday evening with his top military leaders, including Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Joseph Dunford.Officials are trying to determine whether Syrian President Bashar Assad’s government was behind Saturday’s suspected chemical weapons attack on rebel-held Douma, east of Damascus.Trump said the attack “will be met and it will be met forcefully.”Trump said earlier that he would soon make a decision on how to respond, and against whom. Sharelast_img read more

Valve announces Steam Music making Steam a little more like iTunes

first_imgRemember Software on Steam? No? That’s because the initiative didn’t quite explode in popularity like Valve would’ve hoped. The most notable additions to Steam’s Software library are the countless GameMaker and RPG Maker iterations that flood the category. Now, Valve is moving its efforts to a new non-gaming initiative, Steam Music, but it’s being handled differently than Steam Software. Probably for the better.Instead of having a store stuffed full of music you can purchase on Steam, Valve’s new program will scrape your local music libraries and add them to one cohesive library within Steam. Borrowing a tactic from a plethora of iOS and Android games, Steam Music aims to let you listen to your own music while you game through Steam, rather than having to listen to a game’s audio tracks on which some poor guy worked too hard to just be bulldozed by your Panic! At the Disco discography.Steam Music will offer the same comforts of any music player, such as allowing you to organize your library using various filters, and make and manage playlists. It won’t — for now, at least — have a store where you can purchase music. You’re still stuck with Amazon or iTunes.Seeing as how the Software initiative didn’t explode and become the number one App Store on the internet, Valve appears to be making a smart decision by using the music you already have to populate Steam’s library. Whenever you’re stuck on public transportation or in the bathroom and peruse iOS and Android game reviews out of morbid curiosity, one of the most popular complaints is that the game doesn’t allow you to listen to your own music while playing.Valve is now mollifying that complaint and giving us the option, although why anyone would want to disrupt the carefully crafted atmosphere of their favorite game by listening to The Used or Nicki Minaj is beyond us.Valve will launch a beta of the service for Steam Big Picture mode and SteamOS (which are essentially the same thing) soon. To sign up, you can join the group at Steam Music’s community page.last_img read more

A look at Israels Iron Dome missile defense

first_img Top Stories Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenix Get a lawn your neighbor will be jealous of Comments   Share   Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Day (Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) 4 must play golf courses in Arizona Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Sponsored Stories JERUSALEM (AP) – In four days of fighting against Gaza-based militants, Israel has used a missile-defense system called “Iron Dome” to intercept rockets fired at populated civilian areas. It says the new home-grown system has been a tremendous success. As of Saturday evening, the military said it had shot down some 240 incoming rockets, more than half the number of projectiles launched into Israel since Wednesday. Arizona families, Arizona farms: providing the local community with responsibly produced dairy Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion project Here’s a quick look at the system:_Produced by Israeli-based Rafael Advanced Defense Systems, Iron Dome is meant to shoot down rockets and artillery shells with ranges of up to 70 kilometers, or 45 miles. It has been operational since 2011. Officials say it has a roughly 80 percent success rate._How it works: The system detects launches of rockets and quickly determines their flight path. If it is headed toward populated areas or sensitive targets, it fires an interceptor with a special warhead that strikes the incoming rocket within seconds. Rockets headed toward open areas area allowed to land._Currently, five Iron Dome batteries are deployed in Israel. Most are located in the south near Gaza. A fifth battery was deployed outside Tel Aviv on Saturday, two months ahead of schedule. Hours later, it shot down a rocket headed toward Tel Aviv._Missiles cost around $40,000 a piece. In 2010, the U.S. provided $200 million to expand development. Additional funding is currently being considered, with $70 million already allocated for the 2012 fiscal year._The system is part of what Israel calls its “multilayer missile defense”. It is meant to protect against the tens of thousands of short-range rockets possessed by militants in the Gaza Strip and Hezbollah guerrillas in Lebanon. Israel has also deployed its “Arrow” missile defense systems for long-range threats from Iran. The military says its new “David’s Sling” system, being developed by Rafael to stop medium-range missiles, will be activated by 2014.last_img read more

McLean Mortgage Hires Bethesda Branch Manager

first_img Share June 12, 2015 447 Views in Headlines, News, Uncategorized McLean Mortgage Hires Bethesda Branch Managercenter_img Chad FreemanMcLean Mortgage Corp. has announced that it has hired Chad Freeman as the Bethesda, Maryland office branch manager, according to a recent press release. McLean provides turn-key service to real estate agents and customers and was recently was named the 6th Largest Mortgage Lender in the Washington, DC area by the Washington Business Journal.The Bethesda branch houses a sales force, as well as processing and underwriting staff, the company says. Freeman will be supervising the existing sales staff as well as continuing to grow the office in his new role.A native of New York, Freeman has been a resident of Maryland for almost a decade. Locally, he is involved with faith-based organizations which focus on helping children with special needs. He is currently working to start a local chapter of a the National Special Needs Organization in the Rockville, Maryland area.According to the company, Freeman has served in the mortgage industry for over 13 years and has worked on both the settlement side of the industry and the production side.”In his career, Chad has assisted well over a thousand clients with their real estate financing needs and has been named one of the Top 1 percent of Originators in America by Mortgage Executive Magazine,” the company said. “His goals for the Bethesda Branch include continuing to service his clientele and referral sources, as well as assisting with McLean Mortgage Corporation’s continued expansion into the State of Maryland. Maryland McLean Mortgage Corporation real estate 2015-06-12 Staff Writerlast_img read more

Christofias demands presidents intervention

first_imgFormer President Demetris Christofias urged President Anastasiades, to intervene and put an end to the blocking of the access road to the Hambis engraving school, which has been forced to close down as a result.The Hambis printmaking school and centre in Platanistia village in the Limassol district announced would close down after the village’s community leader blocked the access road to it, because of a land dispute. Many were outraged by what happened including Akel, which called for the decision to be reversed.Hambis printmaking museumThe founder of the establishment, engraver Hambis Tsaggaris, announced last week that the Hambis Printmaking Centre that includes a museum and an engraving school and workshop, would close down after the road leading to it was blocked off by the community leader of Platanistia, who claimed that it was part of a plot belonging to his son.The paved road, the artist said, was constructed in 1997 by the Limassol district administration, on the suggestion of the then community leader, to facilitate access to the school but was also used by many others.  The current community leader of the village, Tsaggaris said, claimed that the road was part of a plot he had given to his son in 1993. Following a decision of the community council of Platanistia, the road in question was closed, blocking access to Tsaggaris’ school and museum.In a written statement, last week, Tsaggaris said he was closing down his school, which had offered free courses to thousands of people in its 23 years of life, as there was no longer access to it.  He also implied the Limassol district officer was involved in the decision.The school, Tsaggaris had said, was not a business to him as he was offering free courses in memory of his teacher, the renowned Greek engraver A. Tassos.In his letter to Anastasiades, Christofias said that what is happening in Platanistia was “a murder of culture”.The Hambis school, Christofias said, put the village of Platanistia – an unknown Turkish Cypriot village – on the map.“I don’t know if you know – if you don’t learn it know – that your people in Limassol and Platanistia are turning into gravediggers of culture,” the letter said. Hambis was a renowned engraver, and had no financial benefit from his school, but enjoyed teaching for free and helping people become engravers, Christofias said.The former president then directed his fire at the community leader. “The greed of the community leader and his wife has become and continues to be the cause of all illegality and boundless hatred that led to the closing down of the school and erasing the commendable work of Hambis,” Christofias wrote, and then criticised the apathy of the government.Printmaking workshopIf there was a state, he said, it should have clamped down on the illegal actions of the Limassol district administration and the local authority instead of ignoring it. “I expect your immediate intervention for an end to this disgrace,” Christofias signed off.Akel leader Andros Kyprianou had also criticised the failure of the state to act. He said the case would be reported to the authorities if the Limassol district administration and the interior ministry’s guardian of Turkish Cypriot properties did not resolve the issue.There had been two reports by the ombudswoman, who had pointed out that both the museum and the school ought to have receive assistance to carry on serving their role, said Kyprianou.You May LikeGundry MD SupplementsTop Cardiologist: This One Thing Will Properly Flush Out Your BowelsGundry MD SupplementsUndoLilAnswer7 Practical Uses of Lemon You Should Know!LilAnswerUndoPetmooGirl Dog Names – Top 165 Female Dog Names Of 2019 With Meanings – PetmooPetmooUndo Cyprus’ Dothraki warriorUndoProperty owners price themselves out of the marketUndoLimassol police investigating attempted murderUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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