Companies in the news:Encana Corp. — Encana Corp. has named Michael McAllister as its president, part of several changes to its executive leadership. He will continue to report to chief executive Doug Suttles. McAllister joined the company nearly 20 years ago and held positions of increasing responsibility. He previously served as Encana’s executive vice-president and chief operating officer. The company also promoted Brendan McCracken to executive vice-president of corporate development and external affairs. He will also report to Suttles.Fortis Inc. (TSX:FTS). Down 26 cents to $55.17. Fortis Inc. raised its dividend as it announced an increased capital investment plan. The utility company says it will now pay a quarterly dividend of 47.75 cents per share, up from 45 cents. Shares in Fortis will have an annual yield of 3.4 per cent based on its closing share price on Monday. The increased payment to shareholders came as the company said it will spend $18.3 billion between 2020 and 2024, up $1 billion from the previous year’s plan. Fortis has utility customers in five Canadian provinces, nine U.S. states and three Caribbean countries.Suncor Energy Inc. (TSX:SU). Up 85 cents, or 2.2 per cent to $40.20. Suncor Energy Inc. says it will spend $1.4 billion to replace its coke-fired boilers with two cogeneration units at its oilsands base plant north of Fort McMurray, Alta. The company says the units will provide steam generation for its extraction and upgrading operations and generate 800 megawatts of power. The change will also help reduce costs. Suncor says replacing the coke-fired boilers with cogeneration will reduce greenhouse gas emissions associated with steam production at the base plant by approximately 25 per cent. The project is expected to be in-service in the second half of 2023.The Canadian Press TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Tuesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange:Toronto Stock Exchange (16,537.34, up 42.25 points.)Bombardier Inc. (TSX:BBD.B). Industrials. Up six cents, or 3.3 per cent, to $1.88 on 9.4 million shares.Encana Corp. (TSX:ECA). Energy. Down three cents, or 0.48 per cent, to $6.17 on 9.2 million shares.Royal Bank of Canada (TSX:RY). Financials. Up $1.08, or 1.07 per cent, to $102.32 on 8.9 million shares.Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. (TSX:CNQ). Energy. Up $1.19, or 3.65 per cent, to $33.76 on 8.3 million shares.Whitecap Resources Inc. (TSX:WCP). Energy. Up 12 cents, or 2.83 per cent, to $4.36 on 6.8 million shares.Barrick Gold Corp. (TSX:ABX). Materials. Down 24 cents, or 1.05 per cent, to $22.66 on 5.9 million shares.
The meeting Monday with the Ivorian groups is to precede a summit of the 15-member union of West African nations, scheduled to start on Tuesday.A UN spokesman said in a statement the Secretary-General “encourages all Ivorian parties and their leaders to cooperate with ECOWAS on this important initiative and to ensure a successful outcome of the meetings in Accra.””The Secretary-General hopes that the meetings will focus on reaching agreement on a calendar for the implementation of the key provisions of the Linas-Marcoussis Agreement, in particular on the early disarmament, demobilization and reintegration of the armed groups and the restoration of State authority throughout the country,” the statement said. The Linas-Marcoussis Agreement, signed at Linas-Marcoussis, France, on 24 January, by the main political parties and rebel groups, is aimed at putting an end to the political crisis and civil unrest nearing civil war that has engulfed Côte d’Ivoire since 19 September 2002. It calls on the Government, rebels and political opposition to share power in a transitional government until elections in 2005.The rebel Forces Nouvelles walked out of the Government of National Reconciliation in September.Mr. Annan last month expressed his “deep concern” over the actions taken by the Forces Nouvelles and urged the group to re-join the Government of National Reconciliation.
“The development of common strategies when faced with globalized exchanges will have a positive impact on the growth and stability of the region,” he said in a message read to a summit of western Mediterranean countries by the UN resident coordinator in Tunisia, Ariel Francais.”In this context, it is important that the European side continue to support efforts by the Maghreb countries to achieve economic integration and cooperation. The manner in which migration is managed will also influence regional security and stability. That’s why I’m pleased with your willingness to promote a global, balanced and coordinated approach for human exchanges and migration.”Mr. Annan urged the Arab Maghreb countries to make their regional integration concrete and to formulate common objectives with a view to establishing a partnership with their European neighbours, he said.
P>Two UN police officers were among those injured in the violence that began when army elements launched an attack on national police headquarters in Dili, the capital. After an hour, UN police and military advisers negotiated a cease fire that was agreed to on the condition the police surrender their weapons and leave unarmed. Condemning the attack, the UN office in Timor-Leste (UNOTIL) said soldiers opened fire as unarmed police were being escorted out. UN personnel evacuated the wounded to the mission, and the critically injured were transferred to Dili National Hospital. UN personnel rescued 62 other police officers who now being sheltered at the UN compound. Concerned at the violence, which began last month when five people were killed and 60 injured in clashes after the dismissal of 594 soldiers – a third of the total armed forces – Mr. Annan today telephoned Timor-Leste and regional leaders, who have committed to send forces to help restore stability, a UN spokesman said. The Secretary-General spoke with Timorese President Xanana Gusmão and Prime Minister Mari Alkatiri as well as Prime Ministers John Howard of Australia and Abdullah Badawi of Malaysia. He is also consulting with the governments of New Zealand and Portugal, the former colonial power. “In view of the deteriorating security and complex political situation, the Secretary-General has decided to send Ian Martin, head of the UN Human Rights Mission in Nepal, to Dili to assess the situation first hand,” the spokesman said. Mr. Martin was Mr. Annan’s Special Representative in East Timor in 1999, as it was called then, when it voted for independence from Indonesia, which occupied the country after Portugal left in 1974. Meanwhile, the Security Council today issued a presidential statement welcoming the Secretary-General’s initiatives, voicing deep concern at developments in Timor-Leste, recognizing the urgency of the deteriorating situation and condemning the violence.“The Security Council urges the Government of Timor-Leste to take all necessary steps to end the violence with due respect for human rights and to restore a secure and stable environment,” said Basile Ikouebe of the Republic of the Congo, which holds the Council’s rotating presidency.In its statement, the Council also acknowledged the request made by the Government of Timor-Leste to the Governments of Portugal, Australia, New Zealand and Malaysia to dispatch defence and security forces under bilateral arrangements.“The Security Council welcomes the positive responses made by the governments concerned and fully supports their deployment of defence and security forces to urgently assist Timor-Leste in restoring and maintaining security,” its President said, looking forward to close cooperation between those forces and UNOTIL.
Then-sophomore pitcher Ryan Riga throws a pitch during a game against Oregon May 11 at Bill Davis Stadium. OSU lost, 3-1.Courtesy of OSU Athletics Then-sophomore pitcher Greg Greve (32) fires a pitch during a game against Minnesota April 8, 2012, at Bill Davis Stadium. OSU won, 4-1.Courtesy of OSU AthleticsDespite an influx of youth on the Ohio State baseball team, leadership is a likely necessity if the Buckeyes have dreams to be considered among the nation’s best. Although the team is less than three weeks into its regular season, the leaders on the pitching staff have already begun to emerge.Senior captain Greg Greve, and junior Ryan Riga have established themselves as the starting 1-2 punch for the Buckeyes on the mound. They make up a small portion of the pitching staff with collegiate experience, though.“It puts expectations on our roles. We have to show the young guys the ropes,” Greve said.A corps of talented freshmen and sophomores outweigh the upperclassmen in numbers, but coach Greg Beals said he is confident going into weekend trips knowing he is sending Greve and Riga out to start games.“I consider them bookends,” Beals said. “You got Greve going out first (on the weekend), Riga going out second … so our young guys are bookended a little bit.”Beals said he does not have a problem with sending any of the freshmen out to throw big innings, but Greve’s and Riga’s performances thus far have yet to warrant that.Neither were regular starters last year, but both have starting experience. Greve, a right-hander, started 20 games combined during his freshman and sophomore campaigns before moving to the bullpen last year, where he lowered his ERA to a career-best 3.65. Riga, a left-hander, began his collegiate career at Wabash Valley College, where he went 9-3 as a freshman and posted a 2.77 ERA. He improved as a sophomore during his first season with the Buckeyes in 2013, getting his ERA down to 2.14 in 29 relief appearances.With none of the starting rotation returning this season, both pitchers knew it would be their time to step up.“Last year the (pitching) staff set the tone for the team,” Riga said. “We’re trying to do the same to accomplish our goals and make it to the national tournament.”Greve started on opening day for the Buckeyes against reigning Big East Tournament Champion Connecticut. In the weeks leading up to that first game, he had no idea he would be the day one starter for the team, but embraced the role.Things looked shaky to start, with the Huskies earning two runs off him to begin the first inning.“Opening day showed that I was excited and nervous,” Greve said. “After the first inning, I went into the dugout and took some deep breaths and talked to my teammates to just help me relax.”Getting calmed down by his teammates appeared to pay dividends, as he subsequently pitched five strong innings, allowing only two baserunners and retiring 11 batters in a row at one point. The Buckeye offense tallied eight runs to earn him the win.Riga started against Auburn in the second game of the season and pitched for six innings, giving up only four hits while not allowing any runs. His effort against the Tigers earned him the honor of being named a Big Ten Co-Pitcher of the week. He said the award wasn’t important, though.“It doesn’t mean much to me,” Riga said. “I’m just trying to leave games with a lead and help the team win as many games as I can.”The second weekend of play didn’t see Greve and Riga, but Greve said he was glad the team could generate enough offense to win even if the starters struggled.“It’s a great feeling knowing our offense can come back and get runs even if we have a bad day,” Greve said. “Our job is to go out and keep it close for them.”As the freshmen and sophomore relievers continue to develop, Beals said he knows Greve and Riga can provide them with someone to look up to and follow.“They have the right leadership to prepare the (young) guys to be successful,” Beals said.The Buckeyes (5-2) have set the tone early, just as they had hoped to do, Riga said.“We had a big emphasis on the beginning of the year,” Riga said. “We focused on getting a good start and are happy with how it’s been.”Riga and Greve know there is much more to be done, though, and that the team has to keep winning to achieve their main goal.“We want to represent Ohio State in the national tournament,” Greve said. “We have worked our butts off for this all winter. All I want to do is help the team win.”The Buckeyes are scheduled to play Pittsburgh Friday in the Keith LeClair Classic in Greenville, N.C. First pitch is set for 1:05 p.m.
The Slovenian national team coach Veselin Vujovic is elected for the best coach of EX-Yugoslav region in annual traditional Contest of Balkan-Handball.com. Journalists of the most popular handball online media in countries between Slovenia and Macedonia, but also visitors of website, voted for the bronze medal winner at World Championship 2017 in France.Slovenia made fantastic result by bringing the first ever medal from the World Championship home. They had only European silver 2004 from the tournament played on home soil.Vujovic won prestigious award for the third year in a row ahead of RK Celje Pivovarna Lasko coach Branko Tamse and RK Metalurg (Croatia) coach Lino Cervar.Previous winners:2013 – Dragan Adžić2014 – Lino Červar2015 – Veselin Vujović2016 – Veselin Vujović2017 – Veselin Vujović ← Previous Story Montpellier Handball sign talented Italian brothers Mengon Next Story → SG Flensburg Handewitt beat THW Kiel in pre-season derby!
Now that Sony is in the driver’s seat of its smartphone business, it looks like they’re ready to make a splash in 2012. The Xperia Nozomi LT26i leaked last month looked like a pretty impressive phone, and it now appears that it’ll have some company: the LT28AT.The newest Xperia showed up on the Bluetooth SIG (Special Interest Group), where it appears that the LT28AT has already been certified. In addition to spilling the beans about its Bluetooth capabilities, a handful of additional details are revealed in the description. The LT28AT will sport a 4.55-inch 720×1280 pixel Reality Display, a 13 megapixel rear camera and 720P-capable front-facing camera. Dual-band 802.11 N Wi-Fi is supported, as are LTE, HSPA, and TD-SCDMA — which ensures that LT28AT play nicely with China’s cellular networks.It’s also known that the Sony LT28AT is heading for the U.S., where it’ll ride on AT&T’s network. Horsepower isn’t mentioned in the Bluetooth SIG posting, but some sources are reporting that it’ll run a dual-core chip clocked at 1.5GHz — just like the Nozomi LT26i.At this point, no images have leaked — at least not of the phone itself (that’s the Xperia Arc S in the cropped shot above). Photos shot with the LT28AT’s 13MP rear camera have surfaced on Picasa, however, and the quality appears to be quite good.Though a specific version isn’t mentioned, the LT28AT is said to be running Android, like the other phones in the Xperia line-up. With ICS updates on the way early next year, you’d certainly expect a new model from Sony to be launching with Android 4.0 if it’s released in the same timeframe.More at BGR and Xperia Blog
Life, death and rock n’roll: 40 years of Ireland captured in photos Photographer Eric Luke’s book is nominated in the Irish Book Awards. 35,069 Views THE CHANGING FACES of Ireland are captured and examined in Eric Luke’s new photography collection Looking Back, which brings us images of Irish life across four decades.Dublin-born Luke joined the Irish Press Group as a staff photographer in 1973, after a brief stint working in the darkrooms as a photographic printer.In 1990 he moved to the Irish Times and began covering major news and feature stories both at home and abroad, including World Cups, Olympic Games, and assignments in Somalia, Kenya, India, Sydney, Washington and London.He has won a World Press Photo News Award and PPAI Photographer of the Year during his long career. He’s now compiled some of his favourite photos of Ireland in Looking Back: The Changing Faces of Ireland, which is nominated in the Best Irish Published Book section of the Bord Gáis Energy Irish Book Awards, sponsored by TheJournal.ie.Here, Luke has given our readers an insight into the background behind some of his best photos.Sam Greer’s Saddlers, Poolbeg Street Sam Greer’s Saddlers, Poolbeg Street from Looking Back The Changing Faces of Ireland by Eric Luke Source: Eric Luke“Right next door to our old Irish Press office on Poolbeg Street was the shop of Sam Greer, the last saddle and harness maker in Dublin. His grandfather, also Sam Greer, started the business in 1900. Horse owners from as far afield as the Aran Islands came to him for saddles, as the quality of his work was renowned. Greer’s saddles are still highly valued for their hand stitching and fine craftsmanship.“We would occasionally drop into him, and he would repair one of our leather camera bags, or make a new one from scratch if he had time.“A Sam Greer camera bag would last much longer than the camera it held! On hearing he was closing down, I asked if I could spend his last day of business with him, photographing him for the record. He kindly let me spend the day with him, and I watched as he hand-crafted his wonderful leather goods. Then he closed up shop, and another old business disappeared from the city.”Dom McClure’s Barber Shop Dom McClure’s Barbershop, Dalkey from Looking Back The Changing Faces of Ireland by Eric Luke:“Another wonderful institution that is now long gone – the local barbershop, Dom McClure’s in Castle Street, Dalkey. Growing up in the area, my mother would frog-march me to the barber’s for a short back and sides. This meant a short journey to Pip Connolly’s in Glasthule or McClure’s in Dalkey.“A plank would be set across the leather armrests of the solid wooden chair for a child to sit on. I never would have expected to be here thirty years later, photographing Dom before he closed up shop in the 1980s. This premises is still operating as a barber’s, now under new ownership, and the great Pip Connolly still holds court in Glasthule.”Francis Stuart The late Francis Stuart, laid out at his home in Fanore, Co.Clare. Source: Eric Luke“I was dispatched by the Irish Times to photograph artist Finola Graham at her home in County Clare in February 2000, as she had an exhibition due to be launched. On arrival, she told me that her husband, the writer Francis Stuart, had just died, at 97. I assisted in laying out the famous writer, and asked for permission to photograph him before the wake.“With the dominant light coming from a naked bulb dangling from the ceiling, and a backdrop of his books and personal effects, a set designer in the Abbey Theatre could not have produced a more dramatic backdrop for the artist’s exit. This was not the picture I had gone there to get, but I ended up recording a small piece of history in a small village. It was a far cry from the enormous funeral that followed.”Rory Gallagher“In the old Carlton cinema, opposite the Gresham Hotel in O’Connell Street, Dublin, the great blues guitarist Rory Gallagher took the stage in 1975. When Rory, on a tour of Ireland, appeared on stage, the hair (I had hair then) stood up on the back of my neck. I desperately attempted to follow him with my manual focus and manual exposure, as he charged around the stage.“Raising his guitar towards the ceiling, lost in a sea of long hair, his profile is iconic and unmistakable. The Carlton has greatly fallen from grace, now housing a bag shop on its ground floor.”President Hillery’s daughter The inauguration of President Hillery Source: Eric Luke“One of my earliest pictures for the Press group, and my first State occasion to photograph, was of the inauguration of President Patrick Hillery for his first term of office, in 1976.“A team of photographers was dispatched to Dublin Castle and, as the most junior, I was given what was deemed to be the poorest position. Following the ceremonial swearing in, I would see the procession enter the courtyard, before disappearing from view seconds later. I spotted the President’s daughter Vivienne popping her head out, and set the manual camera focus on where her head might pop out again. Grabbing three frames, in the middle one I got lucky. This turned out to be the picture of the day, the front page of the Evening Press.”Photos by Eric Luke. Looking Back: The Changing Faces of Ireland by Eric Luke, published by The O’Brien Press 2016, is available from all good bookshops now, priced €24.99. The book is nominated in the Best Irish Published Book section of the Bord Gáis Energy Irish Book Awards. To take part in the public voting, visit the official website.Read: Photos: For hundreds of people, this raceway is a slice of Americana in north county Dublin> Image: Eric Luke 28 Comments By Aoife Barry http://jrnl.ie/3049482 Share66 Tweet Email9 Sam Greer’s Saddlers, Poolbeg Street from Looking Back The Changing Faces of Ireland by Eric Luke Image: Eric Luke Sam Greer’s Saddlers, Poolbeg Street from Looking Back The Changing Faces of Ireland by Eric Luke Short URL Saturday 29 Oct 2016, 7:00 PM Oct 29th 2016, 7:00 PM Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
WWE Intercontinental Champion Ryback vs. Big Show and Nikki Bella defending the WWE Divas Championship against Paige have both been added to the card for this Sunday’s WWE Money in the Bank PPV live from Columbus, Ohio.It should be noted that WWE didn’t outright list the Ryback vs. Big Show match as being for the Intercontinental Championship in the heading, but the description for the match included lines such as “the showdown for the coveted championship” and “will Big Show deliver a fatal blow to The Big Guy’s first title reign.”Source: WWE.comRecommended videosPowered by AnyClipArtem Chigvintsev says Nikki Bella is his ‘soulmate’Video Player is loading.Play VideoPauseUnmuteDuration 0:51/Current Time 0:05Loaded: 100.00%0:05Remaining Time -0:46 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 Paige undergoes successful neck surgery; King of the Ring semi-finals and finals locations WhatsApp Now Playing Up Next Pinterest Now Playing Up Next Facebook Nikki Bella Twitter Google+ John Cena Not In Royal Rumble Due To Injury WWE Confirms The Shield And Ronda Rousey At Super Show-Down Adam Martin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Now Playing Up Next Now Playing Up Next Artem Chigvintsev says Nikki Bella is his ‘soulmate’ Netflix and WWE Studios announce The Big Show is getting his own comedy series Ronda Rousey Says Bella Twins Are A ‘Bunch of Untrustworthy B–s’ Paige to undergo a second neck surgery, pulled from SummerSlam weekend appearances Now Playing Up Next Videos Articles Nikki Bella Fires Back At Ronda Rousey
San Diego Zoo holding special events today for World Penguin Day Posted: April 25, 2018 Allie Wagner 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 SettingsKUSI’s Allie Wagner was live at the San Diego Zoo where several special events are planned Wednesday to celebrate World Penguin Day. April 25, 2018 Allie Wagner, Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter
CORAL GABLES, FLA. (WSVN) – The Peace Sullivan-James Ansin High School and New Media Workshop wrapped up its 33rd year at the University of Miami, Saturday.Groups of high schoolers and hopeful journalists celebrated their achievements after spending the summer working next to professionals such as WSVN’s Vice President and Station manager James Ansin.7’s Alex DiPrato also spoke at Saturday’s event.The program closed out with a publication of the Miami Montage newspaper, which focuses on stories and images that have shaped South Florida.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Prime minister Sheikh Hasina. File PhotoPrime minister Sheikh Hasina is set to leave home tomorrow (Thursday) for Germany in her maiden overseas tour in the third consecutive term in office which would take her to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) as well during the return journey.A premier’s office spokesman said during the six-day two-nation tour Sheikh Hasina would join an international security conference in Germany’s Munich, and attend a defence exhibition in UAE’s Abu Dhabi where she would also hold bilateral talks with the Middle Eastern nation.According to the schedule she will leave Dhaka on a VVIP flight of Biman Bangladesh Airlines Thursday morning along with her entourage members as the two-day Munich Security Conference begins on 14 February.The flight is scheduled to reach Munich International Airport at 1.15 PM Munich time, where she has several other engagements including meetings with leading business conglomerates and health campaigners.The spokesman said Sheikh Hasina will visit Abu Dhabi between 17 and 19 February to attend the 14th International Defence Exhibition (IDEX-2019) and hold bilateral talks with the UAE leaders.Hours after reaching Munich, Sheikh Hasina will attend a community reception to be organised by Bangladesh mission in Germany at Hotel Sheraton where she would stay during the visit.The premier would attend the opening ceremony of the Security Conference on the next day and deliver a statement, and take part in a discussion on defence cooperation.Sheikh Hasina is also scheduled to join a roundtable titled “Health in Crisis-WHO cares” to be hosted by Center for Strategies and International Studies and World Health Organisation (WHO).She will also hold a meeting with Noble laureate 2017 Beatrice Fihn, who is the executive director of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons and with Fatou Bensouda, a top Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC).In the afternoon the prime minister will hold meetings with Joe Kaeser, president and CEO of Siemens AG and Hans Wolfgang Kunz, CEO of Veridos.She will join a dinner to be hosted jointly by Borge Brende, president of the World Economic Forum, and Jared Cohen, CEO of Jigsaw.On 16 February the prime minister will join a panel discussion on “Climate Change as a Security Threat”.From Munich Sheikh Hasina will arrive Abu Dhabi in the morning on 17 February and attend the opening session of the International Defence Exhibition (IDEX-2019) at Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center (ADNEC).During the visit the premier is likely to hold meeting with Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed bin Sultan Al-Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and bilateral talks with Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, vice president and prime minister of the UAE and Ruler of the Emirate of Dubai and other leaders.Sheikh Hasina will have an audience with Sheikha Fatima bint Mubarak Al Ketbi, wife of late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the founder and the inaugural president of the UAE and ruler of Abu Dhabi at Al Bahar Palace.The prime minister will join a community event to be held at St Regis Abu Dhabi Hotel where she will stay during the visit.Sheikh Hasina will return home in the morning on 20 February.
How far would you go to avoid the summer heat? With all the sweat and grime in the air, it seems impossible to pull off healthy hair and skin, that stays for a few hours outdoors. By exfoliating, radiating and going minimal can have some positive results in warm weather.Sangeeta Velaskar, Vice President and Head, Medical Services and R&D, Kaya Limited talks about how to keep your skin looking fresh, while TONI&GUY Global Hair Ambassador, Indira Schauwecker gives you tips and tricks on how to ace the minimalistic trend, debunks some common hair myths and recommends products so you can care for your mane better. Also Read – Add new books to your shelf* Prepare your skin: The most crucial step to getting any look right, is prepping your skin. You can begin with the quintessential need for hydration, it’s very important to drink lots of water to keep your skin healthy and glowing from the inside. * Exfoliate, circulate and radiate: Exfoliating your skin in the summer not only removes dead skin, but also improves blood circulation to your face. Use a mild exfoliating cleanser once or twice a week based on your skin type. Your mantra this summers should be ‘Exfoliate. Circulate. Radiate.’ to get that natural glow. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsive* Go minimal: It is very important to moisturize your skin even in the summer, so instead of heavy duty creams that often leave your skin looking oily and slick, find a one-stop solution. Using a CC cream that gives you the perfect makeup finish but also provides sun protection and hydration, is the way to go. With a smooth and radiant finish aided by the CC Cream, your face becomes the perfect canvas for a minimalistic look. Light kohl around the eyes and a nude lipstick is all you need to get going. * Myth: Heat styling damages your hair: It is true that curling and flat irons can sometimes damage your hair because of the high temperature, but the real problem is the lack of protection for your hair against heat styling. Go for heat protection mist, before heat styling. Spray the product evenly over towel-dried hair and comb through. Top up in-between blow-drying and using straightening irons by spritzing over dry hair. Whether its super bouncy hair or beachy waves, you can have it all, without damage or breakage. * Myth: 100 strokes a day makes hair shinier: On the contrary, you’ll end up doing more damage to your hair. Instead of an overzealous exercise such as this, you can gently brush your hair with a few strokes a couple of times during the day. This will help stimulate the follicles, and distribute the natural oils across your hair.
image credit: Mac RumorsWith the release of the latest version of its software for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, Apple has made a number of big changes to the way you use your mobile devices. One of the most notable has been to the Maps app – a go-to resource for iPhone-toting, road warrior entrepreneurs. Originally powered by Google technology, Maps has been redesigned to pull in data from a variety of sources, including popular navigation system maker TomTom and business review site Yelp.From 3-D visualizations to turn-by-turn directions, here’s a rundown of what you need to know about using Maps to get you where you’re going:The new look: The default view in Apple’s new Maps app is the same as before: A birds-eye view from above with basic two-dimensional visuals. It looks a lot like what you’re used to seeing from any variety of mobile or online mapping services, but it uses vector graphics, so it loads and moves much more smoothly than previous versions.Maps options display: As with previous versions of Maps, tapping the bottom right-hand corner of the map will peel back the screen and display new basic options. They’ll be familiar if you’ve used maps before. There’s Drop Pin, for instance, which lets you place a pin on the map and move it freely, using it as a start or destination marker. “Standard” is two-dimensional with a hand-drawn look while “Hybrid” displays scenery as satellite images with overlaid roads and other info. “Satellite,” as you might guess, is pure satellite imagery without annotations.Related: Guide to iOS 6: Everything you need to know about Apple’s new mobile operating system3-D aerial maps: The standard aerial maps look similar to what you’ve seen in the past, but have more icons for businesses and points of interested overlaid on them. They also load, pan and rotate much faster.On supported devices — the iPhone 4S and iPad 2 or better — you can activate a 3-D mode that renders buildings and other features that can be zoomed and rotated.Traffic information: You can turn traffic information on and off, just as in past versions. But now you’ll see icons indicating accidents and other traffic hazards. Turn-by-turn directions can use the traffic data to display accurate travel times and automatically reroute you around problems.Tap on a traffic accident or hazard icon in the new Maps and you’ll get a detailed account of what the problem is and where it’s located.Related: How to upgrade your iPhone or iPad to iOS 6Turn-by-turn directions: If you have an iPhone 4S or iPad 2 (or later) you can take advantage of the new Maps app’s full turn-by-turn directions. If you have an older device, you can still get directions but they won’t update automatically as you drive or feature voice prompts.Using turn-by-turn maps, you’ll be automatically alerted by voice-overs about accidents, hazards and more optimal routes. You can then choose if you want your device to calculate a new route.It should be noted that Maps has lost a couple of things now that Google is no longer involved. The first is Street View, or the ability to see what the area you’re looking at looks like from street level. It also doesn’t have walking or public transit directions anymore, something that non-drivers are up in arms about.Business information from Yelp: Another new feature of Maps is more detailed business information provided by Yelp. Tapping on a business brings up its name, review rating on Yelp, and a shortcut icon to get driving directions. There’s also an info icon that, when tapped, expands the business info to include the phone number, address, and other, more detailed information.Now’s a great time to update your information on Yelp, if you haven’t already, to make sure your business is accurately found by customers using Maps.Selecting the Reviews tab from within the business info display brings up the most recent Yelp reviews of the business you’re looking at. If you’d like to read more, you can tap More Reviews on Yelp. You can also check in via Yelp or post a tip on Yelp using two other buttons available on the Reviews display.You can tap on the Photos tab on a business popup to see Yelp photos taken there by customers. They’re pretty small thumbnails, actually, but you can touch them to load larger ones. They’ll pop up in Safari or, if you have it installed on your device, within the Yelp app itself (get it for iPhone and iPad). Tapping the Add Photo button also takes you to the Yelp app to upload your own photos of the business.Related: Users react to Apple’s latest software update for iPhone and iPad, and it’s not all roses September 22, 2012 This story originally appeared on Tecca Hear from Polar Explorers, ultra marathoners, authors, artists and a range of other unique personalities to better understand the traits that make excellence possible. How Success Happens 5 min read Listen Now
TORONTO — Head’s up: 2019 will be the year of domestic travel.According to the Travel Health Insurance Association of Canada (THiA)’s 2018 Smart Travellers survey results, Canadians will be motivated to stay close to home next year due to the political climate and exchange rate.These results are also reflected in Statistics Canada data about declining travel to the U.S. by Canadians, which has been seeing a downward trend for five months, said THiA Executive Director Will McAleer. “Our survey shows that many Canadian traveller will be exploring travel options within our borders.”When asked how the political climate impacts their desire to travel to the U.S., 57% of Canadians claim they’re less likely to book a trip south of the border. In fact, Canadians are turning to the Great White North as a 2019 vacation alternative, with 42% of Canadians choosing Canada as their next vacation destination.Other factors include the currency conversion; according to the survey, 59% of Canadians are less likely to travel to the U.S. right now due to the exchange rate.More news: Venice to ban cruise ships from city centre starting next monthOn the topic of money, 19% of Canadians admit to intentionally providing inaccurate information to a travel health insurance medical questionnaire, with 58% of Canadians doing so in order to pay a lower rate in an attempt to save a few dollars. But as THiA reminds travellers, it’s important to include travel health insurance in every vacation budget to avoid unexpected surprises.The online survey, conducted in September 2018, polled 1,343 respondents ranging from ages 18-60+ across Canada. Share Monday, November 5, 2018 Posted by Tags: Statistics, Statistics Canada, THIA << Previous PostNext Post >> Survey says politics & exchange rate will lead to rise in domestic travel Travelweek Group
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