Rio de Janeiro: A Brazilian police document says an unidentified woman has accused soccer star Neymar of raping her in Paris last month. After the revelation, the player used Instagram to publish a 7-minute video that includes WhatsApp messages he says he exchanged with the accuser in a friendly way days later. Neymar calls the incident “a setup” and insists it is an attempt of extortion against him. The document obtained by The Associated Press on Saturday says the incident took place May 15 at 8:20 p.m. in a hotel. The woman went to police Friday in Sao Paulo. Also Read – We don’t ask for kind of tracks we get: Bowling coach Arun Sao Paulo state’s Public Security Secretariat, which oversees police, confirmed in a statement that the complaint was registered, but did not offer details. Once more involved in an incident off the pitch, Neymar said he fell in a trap and will learn from the incident. “There was a relationship between a man and a woman between four walls. On the next day nothing happened,” the striker said. “I hope investigators read the messages and see what happened.” Also Read – Bastian Schweinsteiger announces retirement, could join Germany set-up The first messages in Neymar’s video are dated March 11. The video includes multiple erotic photos and messages he said he exchanged with the accuser. The last date that appears on the video is of May 16, with no reference to the alleged crime. Earlier his father and agent, Neymar da Silva Santos, said his son had consensual sexual relations with the accuser and was blackmailed by her lawyer after they broke up. “This is a tough moment. If we can’t show the truth quickly it will be a snowball. If we have to show Neymar’s WhatsApp messages and the conversations with this lady, we will,” Santos told TV Band. Neymar’s father said he has evidence that his son was blackmailed, including pictures and witnesses, but did not show either in the interview. He also said his son is already preparing his defense for a legal case if needed. The Paris police and the city’s prosecutors’ office said through spokesmen that they were unaware of any complaint. The woman says she and the Brazil star met in France after exchanging Instagram messages. She told police a representative of the Paris Saint-Germain player named Gallo allegedly bought her tickets to Paris and booked her a hotel room. She said Neymar arrived apparently drunk at the hotel. The woman described to police that they “touched each other, but in a given moment Neymar became aggressive and, with violence, had sexual intercourse against the victim’s will.” The text also says the woman left Paris two days later and said she did not file her complaint in Paris because she was shaken. The police document says the woman will go through medical exams as part of an investigation. Neymar is in Brazil preparing for the Copa America starting next week. He arrived at the Granja Comary training ground outside Rio de Janeiro 10 days after the alleged incident. Brazil players had a day off Saturday. Neymar left the training ground with other teammates in his helicopter earlier in the day. On Sunday, an event named after the player is expected to take place in Rio, but his presence is not assured. The 27-year-old Brazilian has had problems on and off the pitch. One week before the accusation of rape became known, he lost Brazil’s national team’s captaincy for the Copa America to veteran Dani Alves. Coach Tite did not lay out the reasons for the move, but he was under pressure to punish Neymar for his disciplinary problems at Paris Saint-Germain. After PSG lost the French Cup final to tiny Rennes on April 27, Neymar had altercation with a fan and publicly criticized teammates he didn’t name for not listening to him enough. That was one of his first matches since January, when he once more picked up a fifth metatarsal injury in his right-foot. That was the same problem that affected his performances in the last World Cup, a tournament he prefers to forget because of an image disaster caused by his constant diving. Brazil’s fitness coaches say he will be in better shape once the South American tournament begins. This week Neymar skipped two Brazil training sessions in Copa America preparations because of pains in his left knee. Brazil’s soccer confederation said Friday he was fully recovered. Fan love for the player has also been stained because of politics after his showing of support to far-right Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, who has made a series of racist, misogynistic and anti-gay statements. As Neymar prepared for his return after the injury, Brazilian media reported his father had met Bolsonaro and Economy Minister Paulo Guedes to discuss the player’s tax problems, which didn’t help him with fans that will pressure him more than ever to win a Copa America on home soil later this month.
OTTAWA – The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says Pinnacle Foods Canada Corporation is recalling Aunt Jemima Frozen Waffles and Frozen French Toast Slices due to possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination.The CFIA says distributors, retailers and food service establishments such as hotels, restaurants, cafeterias, hospitals and nursing homes should not sell or use the recalled products.The CFIA says the recalled products were sold to food service accounts nationally, but there have been no reported illnesses.The recalled items are Aunt Jemima Waffles, 144 count, 3.57 kilograms, with UPC code 1 00 19600 43575 1; Aunt Jemima Original Thin French Toast, 144 count, 6.1 kilogram, with UPC 0 00 19600 05870 0; and Aunt Jemima Thick French Toast, 72 count, 4.86 kilogram with UPC 0 00 19600 43560 0.Food contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes may not look or smell spoiled. Symptoms can include vomiting, nausea, persistent fever, muscle aches, severe headache and neck stiffness.The CFIA says the recall was triggered by a voluntary recall in another country.
Revlon has announced the launch of its first-ever public service announcement campaign. Created in collaboration with the Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF), the PSA features broadcast and print executions focused on the message: “Your Lips Can Save Lives,” encouraging women to talk about cancer and the importance of early detection.The campaign stars Revlon Global Brand Ambassadors Halle Berry and Emma Stone, along with Stone’s mother, Krista Stone, who is a triple negative breast cancer survivor.“Revlon is an iconic brand that has always stood for confidence and the empowerment of women. As we mark our 80th anniversary, it is important to bring attention to the real issues women face and to lead the conversation in generating awareness to combat cancer,” said Revlon Global Chief Marketing Officer Julia Goldin. “Philanthropy is a cornerstone of our heritage. We are proud to launch this campaign, which not only celebrates beauty, but also depicts the power each of us has to make a positive impact on the lives of others.”Directed by Darren Aronofsky, the broadcast public service announcement (PSA), “The Power of Lips,” features Revlon Global Brand Ambassadors Halle Berry and Emma Stone together, on screen for the first time. Set in a simple studio, opening with Berry and Stone’s lips, the piece features the women speaking straight to the camera about the importance of talking to loved ones about cancer and spreading the message about screening, since early detection can greatly increase chances of survival. The broadcast PSA will begin airing nationwide the week of September 17.“We came together to spread a message,” said Berry. “We sort of did a play on how we can use our lips, while wearing lipstick, to laugh, to flirt and to spread the word about cancer and encourage other women to do the same. I hope that our message will be well received, because early detection is really one of the best ways to fight cancer.”“Basically we’re saying that lips can save lives, because we can talk to the women that we love about getting screened today,” said Stone. “The best part about being a part of Revlon is all that they have done for breast cancer awareness and research.”In addition to the broadcast PSA, the print execution features a stunning black and white photo of Stone and her mother Krista embracing. Shot by Steven Klein, the print PSA will begin running in the October and November issues of national women’s magazines and regional publications.Like all Revlon Global Brand Ambassadors, Stone and Berry have been active supporters of Revlon’s philanthropic efforts. This past May, Stone and her mother walked together during the 15th annual EIF Revlon Run/Walk for Women in New York, while Berry co-hosted the Los Angeles event.“EIF is thrilled to be collaborating with Revlon on this public service announcement campaign. We are truly grateful to Revlon for all of its support over the years in raising critical funds for research and education programs. We hope this PSA will encourage women to spread the word to get involved in our fight against women’s cancers and help save lives,” said EIF President and CEO Lisa Paulsen.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Gulf Arab countries have remained mostly silent as India’s government moved to strip the Indian-administered sector of Kashmir of its limited autonomy, imposing a sweeping military curfew in the disputed Muslim-majority region and cutting off residents from all communication and the internet.This muted response is underwritten by more than $100 billion in annual trade with India that makes it one of the Arabian Peninsula’s most prized economic partners.Regional heavyweight Saudi Arabia urged restraint and expressed concern over the brewing crisis. Other Gulf countries — Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain and Oman— do not appear to have issued any statements. The United Arab Emirates has gone a step further by apparently siding with India, calling the decision to downgrade Kashmir’s status an internal matter.Saudi Arabia’s response to the Kashmir situation is complicated by its close ties with both India and Pakistan, which have fought two wars over the disputed Himalayan region, as well as its ideological rivalry with Turkey and Iran for supremacy in the Islamic world.Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has reached out to leaders in Saudi Arabia and Bahrain in recent days to discuss India’s actions in Kashmir, but it’s unclear whether he would find Arab backing if he took his concerns to the United Nations Security Council. Kashmir is divided between India and Pakistan but claimed by both in its entirety.The brief Saudi statement on the Kashmir events said the kingdom “is following up on the current situation” and called for a “peaceful settlement” in line with international resolutions.Gulf Arab states are home to more than 7 million Indian expatriates who help drive the region’s economy and keep its cities teeming with doctors, engineers, teachers, drivers, construction workers and other labourers.Nowhere in the region is this relationship more pronounced than in the UAE, where Indians outnumber Emiratis three to one. Bilateral trade surpassed $50 billion in 2018, making India the UAE’s second-largest trade partner.Indian investments in the UAE amount to $55 billion and Indians are the largest foreign investors in Dubai’s real estate market, according to India’s Ministry of External Affairs. Meanwhile, DP World, Dubai’s global port operator, has plans to develop a logistics hub in Indian-controlled Kashmir.The UAE doubled down on this strategic relationship when it signalled support for Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government as New Delhi rushed to send tens of thousands of additional soldiers to Kashmir, already one of the world’s most militarized regions. The troops were deployed to prevent unrest and protests over the Aug. 5 decision to strip the territory of its special constitutional status.The UAE’s ambassador to India, Ahmed al-Banna, was quoted in local media in both countries as saying the changes in Kashmir “would improve social justice and security … and further stability and peace.”The decision by Modi’s Hindu nationalist government carries religious overtones for Muslim residents of the Indian-administered Kashmir.The revocation of the region’s constitutional status, which needs the approval of the ruling party-controlled Parliament, means Kashmiris lose their hereditary right to jobs, scholarships and land ownership. Government critics see the move, which would allow Indians from outside the region to permanently settle and buy land, as an attempt to alter Kashmir’s culture and demographics with Hindu settlers.These religious tensions have made Kashmir another field of contest between Saudi Arabia, Iran and Turkey to champion Muslim causes worldwide, said Hasan al-Hasan, an expert on Gulf-Indian relations at the International Institute for Strategic Studies.“The Turks are trying to cultivate influence in Kashmir. The Iranians are trying to cultivate influence in Kashmir. So I doubt that Saudi Arabia would want to concede a lot of ground to the Turks and the Iranians in terms of this broader symbolic contest over the leadership of the Muslim world,” he said.Turkey, which has less than $7 billion in annual bilateral trade with India, has thrown its weight behind Pakistan. A readout from a recent call between the President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Pakistan’s prime minister emphasized Kashmiri self-determination.Iran permitted a symbolic protest of around 60 students outside the Indian Embassy in Tehran last week, and a senior cleric there told worshippers during Friday prayers that India’s actions in Kashmir were “an ugly move.” However, both President Hassan Rouhani and the foreign ministry have issued more tempered statements, calling for dialogue and peace between Pakistan and India. The varied response comes as bilateral trade plummets following India’s decision to stop buying Iranian oil due to U.S. sanctions on Iran.In contrast, Saudi Arabia is home to 2.7 million Indians and is India’s second biggest supplier of oil after Iraq, according to Indian government statistics. Saudi oil exports to India dominated $27.5 billion in bilateral trade last year.On Monday, the eighth day of the military curfew in Kashmir, India announced one of the biggest ever foreign investments in the country — a $15 billion purchase by Saudi Arabia’s state-owned Aramco in India’s Reliance oil and chemicals business. Beyond that, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has vowed $100 billion of Saudi investments in India by 2021.Gulf Arab countries may also be wary of supporting Kashmiri rights because it centres on “people’s right to their own freedoms,” said Hafsa Kanjwal, a Kashmiri American assistant professor of South Asian history at Lafayette College.Bahrain, rocked in recent years by Arab Spring protests, reported that a number of people were arrested after South Asian residents held a protest there in support of Kashmir and against India after Sunday’s Muslim prayers for the Eid al-Adha holiday.“Kashmir is linked to movements for self-determination and people’s rights and democracy, which these Gulf countries, and Israel, are very much against and very much wary of,” Kanjwal said.___Follow Aya Batrawy at https://twitter.com/ayaelbAya Batrawy, The Associated Press
“Such actions are in contravention of agreements signed during the Oslo peace process, and significantly increase tensions in a volatile situation,” a spokesman for Mr. Annan said in a statement released in New York.The Secretary-General strongly deplored the killing of four Palestinian civilians, including three children, in Jenin on 21 June, as well as the apparent extra-judicial killing of six Palestinians in Gaza earlier today. “He reiterates his call on both sides to comply fully with the obligations under international humanitarian law, including the Fourth Geneva Convention,” the statement said.Mr. Annan also emphasized the urgent need for the international community to press the parties to end the violence and to return to the path of political negotiations. “There remains no alternative to the resumption of a viable political process between Israelis and Palestinians,” the statement said.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email NEW YORK, N.Y. – Rupert Murdoch’s compensation package could rise by as much as 15 per cent after his media empire splits into two separate companies.Regulatory documents filed Friday revealed that Murdoch could be awarded total compensation valued at $28.3 million during the first year after the breakup of News Corp. That’s up from a package valued at $24.6 million during the current fiscal year ending in June. The difference reflects additional stock awards that Murdoch could receive next year. The full amounts in either year won’t be paid to Murdoch unless the companies hit certain financial targets.Murdoch, already one of the world’s wealthiest men with a fortune estimated by Forbes at $11 billion, will be juggling two different roles once the current operations of News Corp. are disassembled.The company that will retain the News Corp. name will own book publishers and newspapers, including The Wall Street Journal. Another company called 21st Century Fox will focus on entertainment, anchored by a movie studio and the Fox television network.After the split, which is expected to be completed this summer, Murdoch, 82, will be chairman of both companies and CEO of 21st Century Fox. Both companies will be under Murdoch’s control through a family trust that owns nearly 40 per cent of a special stock that wields extra voting power.Under a new compensation plan covering the fiscal year ending in June 2014, most of Murdoch’s compensation will be tied to 21st Century Fox.As CEO of 21st Century Fox, Murdoch will be paid a base salary of $7.1 million and will be eligible for a bonus of up to $10.5 million and stock awards of as much as $5.7 million, for a total of $23.3 million, according to the regulatory filing. As News Corp.’s chairman following the split, Murdoch will be paid a $1 million salary and could receive another $2 million in bonuses and $2 million in stock awards, for a total of $5 million. Compensation package for News Corp.’s Murdoch could rise by 15 per cent after company splits up by The Associated Press Posted Apr 26, 2013 6:41 pm MDT
Earlier this month, Roger Federer said the Davis Cup, which ends Sunday, “is not what it used to be anymore.” Is Federer, the winningest major men’s singles champ, correct about the event that was once the pinnacle of men’s tennis?Yes and no.Yes. Look no further than the quality of opponents Federer and his teammate, Stan Wawrinka, have played so far this year in singles matches. No. 12 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, whom Wawrinka beat in the opening match of the Davis Cup final in Lille, France, on Friday, is the highest-ranked singles opponent Switzerland will face all year. No other finalist since at least 2004 has managed to avoid facing at least one top-8 opponent in singles in a live match at some point in the competition.The overall level of competition has slipped: The median ranking of singles players in live matches this year in the World Group is 40, the worst level of at least the last decade. By median ranking of opposing players throughout the year’s competition, France has had the easiest time of any finalist since 2004, while Switzerland has had the third-easiest. (The U.S., in 2004, had the second easiest slate of opponents.)No. The Davis Cup is as important as it’s been in recent history. Look no further than the participation of Federer and Wawrinka. The two Swiss stars are ranked No. 2 and No. 4 in the world, respectively. Each one last played a match just six days ago, in a different country (the U.K.) on a different surface (indoor hard court). That match, as it happened, was between the two of them, and it was brutal. Federer won but hurt his back in the process. Wawrinka took the loss hard. “I was destroyed,” he told the press in Lille earlier this week. The two teammates also argued with each other after the match, reportedly over comments yelled by Federer’s wife, Mirka, from courtside at Wawrinka during the match.Yet despite all those reasons not to play, the two men represented Switzerland on Friday. Asked Thursday if he’d be playing if this weren’t the Davis Cup final, Federer said, “I don’t know. It’s a good question.” After Wawrinka’s win, Federer was routed by Gael Monfils in straight sets, though he said afterward that he felt better as the match went on.Unless one of the two Swiss leading men skips a singles match Sunday, they’ll play every live singles match the team has played this year, each one while ranked eighth in the world or better. They’re the only two players to compete in a meaningful Davis Cup singles match this year while ranked in the top five. And they make Switzerland just the third team since 1983 — as far back as rankings are available from the ATP World Tour website — to play two top-four singles players in live singles matches in a final. (The last two, the U.S. in 1984 and 1997, both lost in the final.)Federer’s and Wawrinka’s total commitment is a total outlier for recent Davis Cup finalists. Even the few finalists that have had two Top 10 players usually use a lower-ranked player at some stage of the competition. Since 2004, only the 2007 U.S. team reached a final while avoiding using a player ranked outside the Top 30, and its lowest ranked singles player was No. 13 James Blake.Methodology note: I only counted World Group live matches, those before one country had reached the three wins needed to take a Davis Cup match (called a tie). I went by match, not player, so if a player played two matches in the same tie, he counted twice. I also skipped doubles because it’s unclear how to weigh players’ singles and doubles rankings.
Aggreko has announced a £40 million agreement to acquire Younicos, a global market leader in the development and deployment of integrated energy systems, based on battery storage. Aggreko stated: “This acquisition strengthens our position as global energy markets continue to evolve and is in line with our strategy to invest in technology in order to reduce the cost of energy for our customers.Younicos delivers smart energy solutions integrating battery storage, which are modular and scalable. “Its knowledge of batteries combined with proprietary control systems, enables the seamless integration and management of all forms of power, including thermal, renewable and battery energy resources; this is becoming critical in an increasingly distributed energy market.”Global energy markets are changing: decarbonising and becoming more decentralised and digital. As renewables penetration increases, intermittency becomes a more difficult issue to manage across grid systems. Integration and control of thermal, renewable and battery systems will be increasingly required to ensure power stability and reliability are maintained. Off grid and microgrid energy solutions are ever more integrating renewable generation, whilst industrial and commercial customers are also taking advantage of opportunities for renewable integration and demand-side management.“The capabilities brought by Younicos, leveraged through our global footprint and experience in distributed power generation, are compelling. The Younicos integration and control systems, combined with batteries, can be deployed across our existing business to lower the cost of energy, ensure reliability and reduce carbon emissions for our customers around the world. Younicos has invested heavily in R&D since it was founded in 2005. It is based in Germany and the USA and has over 200 MW of installed storage systems, with a strong pipeline across both developed and emerging markets.”The CEO, Stephen Prince, will report directly to Chris Weston, Aggreko Chief Executive. For the calendar year 2016, Younicos had revenues of £7 million and made an operating loss of £15 million; gross assets at 31 December 2016 were £20 million. “We expect it to be loss making in the short term and therefore earnings dilutive. The investment will be made in cash.”Chris Weston, Aggreko Chief Executive, said: “As energy markets continue to decarbonise, decentralise and become more digital, the integration and control of multiple energy sources, including thermal and renewable, will be essential to ensure the provision of reliable power. As a pioneer of smart energy solutions based on battery storage, Younicos is at the forefront of this trend. Together we are a powerful combination; our scale, fleet and global presence, coupled with a smart energy capability, will allow us to open up new markets and provide our customers around the world with a reliable, cheaper and cleaner source of energy.”Stephen Prince, Younicos Chief Executive, said: “We are delighted to be joining with a market leading power provider in Aggreko. Batteries are an economically attractive and reliable asset which will play an increasing role as we transition from today’s energy market to the energy market of the future. Integration and management of multiple distributed energy sources will be necessary to optimise energy systems and deliver customers with greater stability at a lower economic and environmental cost.”
The Church to me is a pinnacle of the community and the parish and I want that to continue, but I do think that it would be helpful if the Church realised that people are still crying out for ritual and spirituality and that we need to involve laypeople more. 26,565 Views Monday 25 Jun 2018, 4:22 PM By Hayley Halpin Culture Minister Josepha Madigan Image: Leah Farrell via RollingNews.ie Culture Minister Josepha Madigan “It might have been better, for example, if there was training for us in a situation like that where we weren’t sure whether we could read the Gospel or not. We chose not to in the end,” she said.“We didn’t do the collections and everybody pulled together and handled it very well, but I do think that there’s a bigger issue here. I think the church should be ordaining women, I think it should be optional that priests can marry.”Madigan said that if she gets the opportunity, she will share her opinions on the matter with Pope Francis during his visit to Ireland in August.Eighth AmendmentMadigan was chosen by Taoiseach Leo Varadkar to lead Fine Gael’s campaign to repeal the Eighth Amendment earlier this year.When asked by O’Rourke about the Catholic Church’s stance on the matter, Madigan said that she does not view it as a “direct contradiction”.“I’m of the view that God gave us free will, if we’re going to go down the theological route. I believe it is for everyone to make their own choice and their own decision. That’s notwithstanding the fact that abortion may not be something I would choose, that’s not to say I should make that decision for anybody else,” she said.Nearing the end of her conversation with O’Rourke, Madigan reiterated her point that she believes the workings of the Catholic Church in Ireland must change.“The Church is about the people, ultimately, and people are crying out for spirituality and they really want guidance in relation to that, but we’re not going to be able to sustain the number of priests around the number of priests around the country, we need to change things.” Share70 Tweet Email3 Jun 25th 2018, 4:22 PM https://jrnl.ie/4090879 Image: Leah Farrell via RollingNews.ie Short URL MINISTER FOR CULTURE Josepha Madigan has said the Catholic Church “should be ordaining women” after she stepped up to ‘say Mass’ at her local parish on Saturday when a priest failed to show up.Madigan works on the team of the Ministry of the Word at the Church of St Therese in Mount Merrion, Dublin, and gives a reading at Mass once a month.When she arrived at the church on Saturday evening for the 6pm Mass, she discovered that there was no priest available. A local parish priest confirmed to TheJournal.ie that the absence was caused due to a miscommunication of the monthly rota.Speaking to RTÉ’s Today with Sean O’Rourke, Madigan said that herself and two other Ministers of the Word made the decision to lead the ceremony.Madigan said that she did not read the Gospel, but led the readings from the altar.She went on to explain that she thinks that the Catholic Church needs to be more open with regard to ordaining women and laypeople as the numbers of priests in Ireland continues to decline.“Unfortunately, we’re seeing across Ireland at the moment where there are just insufficient numbers of priests,” Madigan told O’Rourke. 77 Comments Culture Minister calls for ‘women to be ordained’ after stepping up to ‘say Mass’ when priest didn’t show Culture Minister Josepha Madigan said that she did not read the Gospel, but led the readings from the altar. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
RelatedPosts Las Vegas Sands President and COO Rob Goldstein says the company expects its Macau arm, Sands China Ltd, to dominate the lucrative premium mass segment in the coming years, despite losing some market share in 2Q19.His confidence in the company’s future premium mass prospects came during Thursday’s second quarter earnings call as Goldstein revealed Sands China would bring the first of around 290 new high-end suites at Four Seasons online this coming autumn, followed by some new suites at The Londoner Macao from 2020. Strong VIP growth sees Okada Manila GGR climb 72% in August “We’re building 1,200 exceptional suites for The Londoner and Four Seasons and these are large, very large, stunning suites, the highest quality [of which] will open throughout 2019,” he said. “Some will actually open this fall throughout 2020. And these suites are laser focused on the premium mass customer at the highest level. Our suite product will exceed most of our competitors in key count by the end of 2020.”While Sands China enjoyed a 15% year-on-year and 1% sequential increase in grind mass revenue to US$756 million in 2Q19, premium mass fell 4% year-on-year and 18% sequentially to US$635 million.However, Goldstein pointed to hold rather than volume as the key reason for the statistical decline and said the addition of new product once Sands Cotai Central’s transformation to The Londoner Macao is complete – combined with the 290 Four Seasons suites and further upgrades at The Venetian Macao – puts the company in “a position for the future that is dominant.”“We have the largest base mass business by far in Macau … [and] the largest premium mass business in Macau,” Goldstein said.“Macau rewards quality product and scale and we have the product to drive exceptional premium mass play as a result of our products. We expect to dominate that segment in the same manner we dominate base mass play.” New Chief Executive vows to protect Macau’s gaming and tourism industry from harm Lack of premium mass strategy begs questions of SJM’s Grand Lisboa Palace launch: analysts Load More
Almost two-fifths (37%) of employer respondents that have no plans to implement a financial wellbeing strategy for staff state that this is because it is not a priority, according to research by Close Brothers Asset Management.Its Financial wellbeing index 2019 report, which surveyed 1,003 employers with 200 or more staff and 5,003 employees from organisations with 200 or more staff, also found that of those employers that do not plan to implement a financial wellbeing strategy, 26% do not have the budget and 24% do not see the value.Jeanette Makings (pictured), head of financial education at Close Brothers Asset Management, said: “Money worries don’t just affect an individual’s financial health; they are one of the single biggest causes of stress, impacting mental and physical health if left unchecked. They are also an issue for businesses with lower productivity, higher absenteeism and higher staff costs, which hurts business performance. Doing nothing is no longer an option.”Currently, employers offer their staff retirement planning seminars (28%), employee assistance programmes (EAPs) (26%) and discount vouchers (20%) in order to help improve their finances. Respondents stated that their primary drivers include improving employee engagement (35%), providing a valued employee benefit (32%) or adding to their overall people strategy (32%). Around 28% said that improving employees’ financial wellbeing was their main motivator, while 25% launched a financial wellbeing strategy in order to reduce employees’ stress and improve mental health.Approximately half (48%) of employer respondents do not have a financial wellbeing strategy, although 27% plan to implement one within the next three years. Those employers that do offer a financial wellbeing approach state it helps bolster productivity (30%), assists with talent attraction and retention (24%) and fulfils strategic business objectives (22%).“Employers are perfectly placed to play a significant role in making a difference to the UK’s financial health,” added Makings. “Employers can reach large numbers of people with communications that are trusted and [they] can procure benefits and financial education, advice and investment solutions to help their employees improve their financial wellbeing. Yet, despite the growing awareness of the need for workplace financial wellbeing, organisations seem to be struggling to find clarity, transparency and meaningful measurement on this issue.”Almost a third (30%) of employee respondents feel that their employer is not helpful when it comes to improving their financial wellbeing, with a further 27% believing that what is provided to them is of little benefit. However, the top benefits offered to staff, after reward and pensions, are discount vouchers for lifestyle expenditures (17%), financial advice (13%), retirement seminars (12%), EAPs (12%) and workplace loans (6%).More than three-quarters (77%) of employees state that money worries impact them at work, but 55% say that their workplace offers them nothing to improve their situation. More than a third (36%) feel unprepared for their retirement, for example, with only 43% confident that they will be able to retire at the age they want. A quarter (24%) have a pension that they never review, and a further 24% expect to have to work in retirement. Only 8% have purchased an income protection product.Almost a third (31%) of employees define their top money worry as funding their retirement. This compares to 27% who label paying off debt as their biggest concern, 23% who are worried about coping financially if they see a reduction in household income, 19% who experience stress about making their wages last until payday, and 19% who are concerned about the state of the economy in general.Makings concludes: “Financial wellbeing is incredibly personal and affects each of us differently; not only because of our financial circumstances but also because of our attitude to both money and stress. For the right outcome, providing education and advice to address all seven areas of financial health and for all employee groups will deliver tangible results for both individuals and businesses alike.”
Mujibnagar Muktijuddho Smriti Complex (Mujibnagar Memorial). Photo: CollectedThe historic Mujibnagar Day is being observed on Tuesday marking the formation of Bangladesh’s first government that led the war of liberation in 1971.Senior leaders of Awami League assembled at Baidyanathtala, a mango orchard, which was later named Mujibnagar in Meherpur district, on 17 April 1971 to form the provisional government of independent Bangladesh in the absence of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.Millions of freedom-loving people listened to the announcement of the formation of the government through radio.Read more: Deviation makes youth desultoryFollowing the Pakistan occupation forces’ attack on unarmed people on the night of 25 March in 1971, the first government of independent People’s Republic of Bangladesh was formed on 10 April in 1971 comprising elected representatives with Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman as its president, while Syed Nazrul Islam vice-president and Tajuddin Ahmad prime minister.“We, the elected representatives of the people of Bangladesh, are honour bound by the mandate given to us by the people of Bangladesh whose will is supreme duly constituted ourselves into a Constituent Assembly, and having held mutual consultations, and in order to ensure for the people of Bangladesh equality, human dignity and social justice, declare and constitute Bangladesh to be sovereign Peoples’ Republic,” read the proclamation of independence made in Mujibnagar on 10 April 1971.On that day, the elected representatives firmly supported and approved the declaration of independence by Bangabandhu on 26 March 1971 and issued a formal proclamation of independence.President Abdul Hamid and prime minister Sheikh Hasina issued separate messages on the occasion, reports UNB.In his message, Abdul Hamid said, “Independence is the greatest achievement of the Bangali nation. It’s our moral duty to present the proper history of our struggle for independence to the young generation. On the historic Mujibnagar Day, I hope the young generation will know the true history of the liberation war apart from involving themselves in the nation-building inspired by patriotism.”Sheikh Hasina, in her message, urged the country’s people to engage themselves in building Bangladesh as a country free from hunger, poverty and illiteracy as dreamt by Bangabandhu.Awami League and different socio-cultural organisations are observing the day with elaborate programmes.Besides, in Meherpur, deputy commissioner and superintendent of police hoisted flag at memorial monument at Mujibnagar in the morning.Besides, a discussion will be held at Sheikh Hasina Mancha where industries minister Amir Hossain Amu will be present as the chief guest.A special team of Ansar from Dhaka will present an event titled ‘Esho Tarunyer Pathe’ (Come to the path of youth).
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‘The Brussels Experience Leisure’ a touristic experiential programme of Visit Brussels held from June 16 -21, 2019 witnessed the participation of 80 professionals from across 11 priority markets. The objective of the trip was to bring to the forefront the touristic offerings of not just Brussels but Belgium as a destination. The Indian contingent was represented by five luxury agents across India and together with the travel agents of different nationalities, the delegation had the opportunity of experiencing the new unique offerings of Belgium. The programme consisted of animated city visits, B2B workshops with 30 local suppliers, visiting unique attractions, beer cart experiences, vintage car drives and memorable dining experiences at fine Michelin star restaurants.In the year 2018, 28,756 Indians visited Brussels and there was a growth of 22% in arrivals from India as compared to the year 2017. Also in the same period, a significant rise of 30% in the number of nights spent in Brussels by Indians has been observed.
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