OTTAWA – Statistics Canada says wholesale sales fell 1.2 per cent to $62.0 billion in September.The agency says the drop came as five of seven subsectors fell, led by the personal and household goods and the food, beverage and tobacco subsectors.The personal and household goods subsector fell 4.8 per cent to $8.6 billion in its first move lower since November 2016.Sales in the food, beverage and tobacco subsector fell 2.2 per cent to $11.7 billion.Meanwhile, the building material and supplies subsector climbed 2.6 per cent to $8.9 billion, while the motor vehicle and parts subsector increased 1.4 per cent to $12.0 billion.Wholesale sales fell 1.1 per cent in volume terms.
Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Friday hit out at the Congress for doubting the bravery of security forces, saying those who advocate “monarchy in our democratic set-up” have been “exposed” by one of the family loyalists. “Congress’ royal dynast family which advocates monarchy in our democratic set-up has been exposed by one of the family loyalists who happen to be Congress President’s conscious keeper,” he said in a series of tweets attacking Congress President Rahul Gandhi’s chief advisor Sam Pitroda. Also Read – India gets first tranche of Swiss bank a/c details “The family enterprise had doubts about the bravery and valor of our armed forces when they were in power, but today New India stand with its soldiers to defeat forces of terror,” he said. Yogi was referring to Pitroda’s remarks, after the February 14 terrorist bombing in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama on a CRPF convoy in which 40 troopers were killed, that such incidents “happen all the time” and that the previous UPA government could also have sent planes across the border after the 2008 Mumbai terror attack, but “that is not the right approach” to deal with the world. Also Read – Tourists to be allowed in J&K from Thursday His remarks came soon after Prime Minister Narendra Modi accused the opposition of insulting the defence forces and of being the “natural habitat of terror apologists and questioners” of the country’s armed forces. Earlier in the day, the Prime Minister said in a tweet: “Loyal courtier of Congress’ royal dynasty admits what the nation already knew — Congress was unwilling to respond to forces of terror. This is a New India — we will answer terrorists in a language they understand and with interest.”
Rabat – In 2016, more than a third of Morocco’s exports to Africa were directed to the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), making it the main African regional economic community destination of Moroccan exports.The imbriglio on Morocco’s membership into the ECOWAS is not clearing up anytime soon. While the 52nd Summit of the ECOWAS heald earlier this month was supposed to bring more light to the matter, the sudden postponement of the Moroccan file came as a surprise for many.Several local and international media presented diplomatic and political issues as the reason behind the delay of Morocco’s membership verdict, however, the answer could simply lay in numbers. While a preliminary version of the study conducted by the ECOWAS on the implications of Morocco’s integration was leaked before the latest corrections and re-readings, the study revealed the latest figures on trade between Morocco and the countries of the region.In 2016, 37.3 percent of Moroccan exports to Africa were directed to ECOWAS, which made the latter the main African regional economic community destination for Moroccan exports.Over the 2014-2016 period, more than 60 percent of Morocco’s exports to ECOWAS consisted of manufactured products, including fertilizers, building materials, paper, cardboard, machinery, equipment transport, drugs, metal packaging, metal structures and shoes.The other third consisted of food products, especially fish and wheat flour. At the country level, Côte d’Ivoire alone absorbs around one fourth of Morocco’s total exports to ECOWAS. Senegal came in second with 15.1 percent, followed by Nigeria with 11.7 percent.To a lesser extent Mali, Guinea, Ghana, but also Burkina Faso, Benin and Togo were also important destinations for Moroccan exports within the community.Yes, but …While the impact study produced is generally in the favor of Morocco, the kingdom’s membership to this common market of 350 million consumers must be done gradually.As Morocco is less economically protectionist than the member countries of ECOWAS, access to this market will be more difficult, especially for agricultural and industrial products. In most ECOWAS countries, the average customs fees exceeds 20 percent. However, this figure hides a great disparity between these two sectors.Goods such as pharmaceuticals exported by Morocco to the West-African community are exempted from customs duties, while other exports such as fertilizers, construction materials, machinery and transport equipment are subject to relatively low to moderate taxes at less than 10 percent. It is therefore not surprising that these products constitute the bulk of Moroccan exports to ECOWAS.On the other hand, products such as textiles, clothing, tobacco, sugar, meat, vegetables, soap and cocoa are among the most protected by tariffs between 20 and 35 percent. This is the result of the common external tariff (CET) in effect since 2016 within the ECOWAS.This mechanism comprises five categories: “basic social goods, including essential medicine” which are exempted from customs duties, “essential goods, raw materials and specific inputs” which are taxed at 5 percent, “inputs and intermediate products” which are taxed at 10 percent, “final consumer goods” taxed at 20 percent and “specific goods for economic development” taxed at 35 percent.These products, which are currently strongly protected by the ECOWAS, are certainly those on which Morocco hopes to gain export positions. “However, it would be useful to examine the impact that duty-free exports of Moroccan products could have on the import revenues of the countries of the community,” states the impact study presented at the last summit of the regional organization.Admittedly, ECOWAS already enjoys relatively good access to the Moroccan market, but there are still several products that are extremely protected by the kingdom. These include clothing and accessories, shoes, leather, vegetables, tobacco, dairy products, beverages and spirits, which are taxed by a minimum of 25 percent duty. This finding suggests that the expected gains for ECOWAS will be small.However, a closer look at the expanded organization in Morocco shows that it would gain diversification to export a wide range of high value-added products. Especially since this dynamic will be carried by two countries: Morocco and Nigeria, two economic growth powers that can pull the African market to prosperity.
The UN Organization Mission in the DRC (MONUC) said that the arrival of the two Vice-Presidents, designated by the Congolese Movement for the Liberation of Congo (MLC) and the Congolese Rally for Democracy (RCD), marks a historic step in the DRC peace process.MONUC chief William Swing welcomed the development as positive and reiterated to all parties that the Mission will support every effort and initiative in favour of a successful transition leading to free, transparent and democratic elections. Mr. Swing also assured them of the support of the entire international community.
Addressing the UN Security Council on Thursday, he commended in particular the adoption on 3 August of a roadmap for the 2020 elections that brought the various political leaders to a consensus. The Special Envoy commended President Pierre Nkurunziza for his recent commitment to leave office in 2020 and for pledging his “full support” for whoever emerges from the voting process, as the new president.The current crisis in Burundi began in April 2015, when President Nkurunziza began his campaign for a disputed third-term in office, triggering protests and a failed coup attempt.In his briefing, Mr. Kafando noted the improvement of the security situation since the 17 May national referendum on the new constitution which saw nearly three-quarters of voters registering their approval, or 73 per cent.“Since the constitutional referendum, apart from some objections by the opposition, the situation has remained calm,” he said, all the while encouraging the government to “remain vigilant”.Regarding the humanitarian situation caused by the onset of the crisis three years ago, the Special Envoy commended the efforts made by Burundi, Tanzania and the UN refugee agency (UNHCR), to enable the voluntary return of some 35,000 Burundian refugees since September last year.“These efforts must be sustained, respecting the principles of voluntary returns and guaranteeing the dignified reintegration of the returning refugees in their host communities,” he stated.He concluded his briefing calling on the authorities to finalise their agreement with the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) so that that his own office in Bujumbura, the capital of Burundi, could “operate in the best conditions”.
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Students from Brock University’s Goodman School of Business are partnering with Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) to provide a tax return service to the Niagara community.Anyone with a modest income and simple tax situation is eligible for the service, which starts on campus next week.The tax clinic will be held March 13-15 and 20-22 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Computer Commons Training Room in Scotiabank Hall.The last client timeslot for each day is 3:30 p.m.The service is being offered through the CRA’s Community Volunteer Income Tax Program.Students working the tax clinic have been fully trained by the CRA and will benefit from the relevant job experience the opportunity offers.The clinic is free of charge and operates on a first-come, first-served basis.Full eligibility requirements are listed on the CRA website.
She said: “Our overstretched NHS is crying out for solutions and this one is bang on target.”Too often, elderly patients were put on extra drugs, without being taken off existing medication, leaving many taking dangerous combinations, she said.“Medicines get added to prescriptions over time to treat different problems and before you know it residents are on a cocktail of drugs which interact badly, make them ill and lead to unnecessary hospital admissions,” she said.New figures from NHS Digital show the number of prescriptions issued for antidepressants continues to rise, with a doubling from 33.8 million in 2007 to 67.5 million prescriptions last yearMeanwhile, the number of prescriptions for opiate-based painkillers rose by 78 per cent from 13.4 million to 23.8 million prescriptions over the same period, while prescriptions for statins rose by 53 per cent, from 47.4 million to 72.6 million.Last month a new study found deaths from addictive painkillers have almost doubled in a decade as trends in Britain follow “alarming” US patterns.The study led by University College London Hospital found a sharp rise in prescribing of opioid drugs, despite repeated warnings that the drugs should not be given for long periods because of their addictive qualities.It came after ministers ordered a landmark review of prescription drug addiction, amid concern over the rising number of people becoming hooked on painkillers, anti-anxiety drugs and antidepressants in midlife and old age. Show more They are concerned that vulnerable people are being left for years on a cocktail of drugs, leaving them heavily sedated or exposed to dangerous side-effects which are risking lives and fuelling hospital admissions.The average care home resident takes seven drugs, with medication for dementia, high blood pressure, heart disease and diabetes among those commonly taken.But some of the drugs interact with each other, while others, such as opiate-based painkillers and sleeping pills, can become addictive or cause major health problems. One in ten pensioners over the age of 75 is on at least 10 different drugs, NHS prescribing data shows, with statins, sleeping pills and opiates among the most common medications.Health officials are to fund 240 pharmacists and pharmacy technicians to go into care homes across the country, working with GPs, starting by assessing the medication of around 180,000 patients. Pharmacists are to carry out checks on every care home in the country amid fears that thousands of elderly people are being subjected to the ‘chemical cosh’.Simon Stevens, the head of the NHS, will today order the deployment of hundreds of pharmacists to review medication being routinely doled out.The chief executive raised fears that a generation of pensioners has become increasingly doped up on a cocktail of drugs, causing more harm than it solves, fuelling record hospital admissions.He spoke as new figures show the number of prescriptions issued for painkillers and anti-depressants have almost doubled in a decade, with 91 million issued last year.Mr Stevens told The Telegraph: “There’s increasing evidence that our parents and their friends – a whole generation of people in their 70s, 80s and 90s – are being overmedicated in care homes, with bad results.“Let’s face it – the policy of ‘a pill for every ill’ is often causing frail older people more health problems than it’s solving,” he added, as he outlined a new national policy to review the medicines issued to residents of care homes across England. Pilot NHS schemes in six areas of the country found such checks could reduce hospital admissions by up to a fifth and ambulance call outs by a third.One scheme found that every 12 reviews resulted in one less patient ending up being readmitted to hospital, after being discharged to a care home.Sandra Gidley, chairman of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society, welcomed the schemes, which will be rolled out across the country. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. A whole generation of people in their 70s, 80s and 90s are being overmedicated in care homes, with bad resultsSimon Stevens
FLSmidth has been selected to supply key process technologies for two greenfield gold mines being built by Canadian companies, one in West Africa, B2 Gold’s Fekola, and one in Canada, Pretivm’s Brucejack.For the Fekola gold mine in Mali, FLSmidth has been selected to supply the key milling, separation and gold refining technologies as well as commissioning and start up-services.Initial construction activities at Fekola began in February 2015 led by core team members of B2 Gold’s Otjikoto (its gold mine in Namibia) construction team. Early works included the assessment of construction equipment needs, purchasing and mobilisation of required equipment and materials, hiring of local contractors and mobilisation of key personnel. Early works construction included:Improving the existing access road between Kenieba and the site (complete)Construction of a new site access road (complete)Construction of an on-site airstrip designed to allow personnel to fly directly in and out of the siteCommencement of construction of the camp pad and commencement of excavations within the mill footprintExcavation and stockpiling of sand and gravel from the local river for construction purposes.Highlights of the optimised Fekola feasibility study:Open pit gold mine with an initial production life of mine (LOM) of 12.5 years based on probable mineral reservesAverage gold production for years one through seven of 350,000 oz/y at a $418/oz operating cash costAverage LOM gold production of 276,000 oz/y at an operating cash cost of $552/ozPpen pit Probable Mineral Reserves of 49.2 Mt at a grade of 2.35 g/t Au gold at a stripping ratio of 4.5:1Average LOM gold recovery of 92.8% resulting in a total of 3.45 Moz produced over the 12.5 yearsEstimated pre-production capital cost of $395 million plus $67 million for fleet and generator costs which are expected to be lease financed. This does not include approximately $30 million of early work completed by the end of June 2015Cumulative LOM net cash flow pre-tax of $1.66 billion at an assumed gold price of $1,300/ozNPV pre-tax of $1.01 billion at a 5% discount rate generating a pre-tax IRR of 35%Plant and supporting infrastructure built to a design throughput of 4 Mt/y with a 25% design factor which allows for future throughput expansion with minimal additional capital outlayStart of production is expected in the fourth quarter of 2017.The Fekola project is located within the Kayes Region, in southwest Mali, on the western border of Mali with Senegal. It lies about 210 km south of Kayes and about 40 km south of the city of Kéniéba.The other gold mine, Pretivm Resources’ Brucejack (shown in the picture), is being built in northern British Columbia, Canada. FLSmidth’s scope of supply is similar to the Fekola mine with the addition of Knelson gravity concentrators to capture the gold present in Brucejack’s orebody by means of gravity separation.The project is part of a largely unexplored land package of over 103,000 ha located some 65 km north of Stewart in northwest British Columbia. The Valley of the Kings is the focus, comprised of high-grade visible gold stringers within a lower grade gold quartz stockwork system. A feasibility study completed in June 2014 outlined Proven and Probable Mineral Reserves in the Valley of the Kings of 6.9 Moz of gold (13.6 Mt grading 15.7 g/t Au).It is to be an underground mine with an operating rate of 2,700 t/d using long-hole stoping and cemented paste backfill. Stopes will be mined using a combination of longitudinal and transverse mining, depending on zone width and orientation. Cemented paste tailings will be prepared in a paste plant located on surface near the mill and then pumped underground for distribution to the stopes.Other highlights of the June 2014 Brucejack feasibility study (using base case $1,100/oz gold, $17/oz silver and exchange rate of 0.92 US$/C$) include:Base case pre-tax NPV (5% discount) of $2.25 billionMine life of 18 years producing an estimated 7.3 Moz of goldAverage annual production of 504,000 oz of gold over the first eight years and 404,000 oz of gold over the LPMBase case pre-tax IRR of 34.7%, with payback estimated at 2.7 yearsEstimated project capital cost, including contingencies, of $746.9 millionAverage operating costs of C$163.05/t milled over mine life.“Our customers are interested in new highly efficient process technologies with low environmental impact. Our global footprint is also an advantage for gold miners where projects like Fekola – with owners in the Americas, mines in Africa and engineering houses in Australia – are the norm rather than the exception,” says Group Executive Vice President of the Minerals Division in FLSmidth, Manfred Schaffer. www.b2gold.com; www.pretivm.com
Starting this week, you may get a bit of a shock when you go to pay for goods in stores across 40 of the US states. That’s because it’s now possible for retailers to pass on the credit card processing fee, or interchange fee, they pay on every transaction to their bank.This surcharge can be anywhere from 1.5% to 4%, and it’s how companies like Visa and MasterCard make a good chunk of their money. But now, due to a ruling by a US District court, merchants can pass that charge on at the point of sale if they so wish, leaving consumers to pick up the unexpected extra charge.There are a few exceptions to this rule. The surcharge can’t be applied in California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts, New York, Oklahoma, or Texas. It also won’t apply to anyone using an American Express card regardless of where you are in the US. And the surcharge is limited to credit cards, so you can pay with a debit card or cash to avoid it.What remains unclear is how many retailers will actually choose to ask consumers to pay the surcharge. It’s expected the big name retailers won’t, but smaller companies are more inclined to, simply because of how big the charges can be. The surcharge also extends online, so make sure to check the total before clicking the pay button for an online transaction.Discovering whether a retailer has decided to pass on the processing fee to you should be easy. Notices must be posted informing consumers to expect the additional cost when they pay. So you’ll probably see these displayed on counters in stores, or placed as a note in your basket for an online store.While nobody likes paying extra, at least you can dodge the charge simply by choosing not to pay with a credit card. In fact, if enough people decide to do this it should make the credit card companies sweat a bit and maybe think about reducing their processing fees.via ABC News
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Greece’s ambitious programme to overcome its debt crisis has reached a “critical juncture” and faster structural reforms are needed, its international bailout inspectors said Friday. Our overall assessment is that the programme remains broadly on track,” Thomsen said. “But it is at a critical juncture which needs a speed up of structural reforms to keep it on track.”Officials from the International Monetary Fund, European Central Bank and European Commission said the country’s reforms were broadly on track despite delays in some sectors, and they would recommend that Greece receives the next installment of its bailout loans. The 15 billion euros are part of a 110bn euro package of loans from the IMF and other eurozone countries that saved Greece from bankruptcy last May. In return, Greece has been pushing through a series of austerity measures and reforms, which IMF mission chief Poul Thomsen said were generally being implemented as planned despite delays and shortfalls in certain areas. “Our overall assessment is that the programme remains broadly on track,” Thomsen said. “But it is at a critical juncture which needs a speed up of structural reforms to keep it on track.” The initial part of the programme had “successfully pulled the economy back from the abyss,” he added.Servaas Deroose of the European Commission said a “decisive breakthrough in the following weeks and months will be crucial.” The current year will be a crucial one “for Greece to restore credibility of its economic policies,” Deroose said. “That is the prerequisite for Greece to regain market access in the course of next year.” At the end of their latest inspection, the debt inspectors called on the government to boost the size of their privatisation drive to 50 billion euros through 2015. “To help reduce public debt and to support higher investment and growth, it is essential to scale up privatisation in the economy,” said Deroose.He said a comprehensive plan through 2015 would be finalised that would “target total proceeds of privatisation in the order of 50bn euros for 2011-15, of which at least 15bn euros in 2011-2012.” The initial privatisation programme called on the government to raise 3bn euros through asset sales from 2010-2012, but that figure was increased to 7bn during talks with the government in November, Deroose said. However the government has studied the issue a lot and it is well known that there is quite a huge potential for privatisation,” he said, adding that the three main sources of privatisation would be listed and unlisted companies, government assets in those companies, and commercial real estate. The Papandreou’s government’s austerity plan has included increasing taxes, raising retirement ages and cutting salaries and pensions.It has also pledged to restructure loss-making state transport companies, reform the public health sector and eliminate tightly controlled licensing practices and fixed profit margins for dozens of professionals, from pharmacists to lawyers and notaries. The country has pledged to reduce its budget deficit to below the EU limit of three percent of gross domestic product by 2014. Source: AP
Scottish national team manager Peter Grant praised the 27-year-old ahead of the national team’s next two matchesFor Scotland national team boss Peter Grant the chance to have Fulham midfielder Tom Cairney on his team is a great opportunity.The national team will play a friendly against Belgium and then will start the UEFA Nations League against Albania.“The biggest skill he’s got is the fact he is comfortable in possession of the ball. Fulham play in a certain style, they have done it for the last few years, and Tom fits into it fantastically well,” he said to STV.“He is very much a creator of opportunities, he is also a goalscorer and he has proved that over the past couple of years – player of the year and Championship team of the year.”“I think the Costa Rica game, we didn’t see the best of him. You need people running by Tom so he can step in and get on the ball,” he added.Scotland needs a hero: Billy Dodds Manuel R. Medina – September 10, 2019 According to former striker, Billy Dodds his country needs a hero to inspire future generations as the team’s hope to qualify to the EURO 2020 is small.“We have got to build a team round about the facts that help these guys be at their best.”“To create space, other people have got to move out your space, and give the ball early. He picks up fantastic spaces between the lines and turns and faces the opposition,” he added.“In that particular game we didn’t do that quickly enough, we passed square first half. To get the best out of Tom you have to have the right players round about him, and that’s what we think we have.”“He is more than capable and the great thing he is playing at the highest level, playing against top international players week in, week out,” he commented.“That can only make you think better. He is training with a group of players now at Fulham which is much stronger than last season, we spent £104million.”
Jerry Sanders, Tom Wornham on San Diego’s business forecast October 23, 2018 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) –The San Diego business forecast looks good this month.President and CEO of The San Diego Regional Chamber Jerry Sanders and Chief Executive Officer of CalPrivate Bank Tom Wornham joined us with more. Posted: October 23, 2018 Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter KUSI Newsroom KUSI Newsroom,
.Results of Primary School Completion and Ebtedayee examinations will be published on 30 December.An official at the primary and mass education ministry confirmed it to Prothom Alo on Thursday.Results of Junior School Certificate (JSC) and Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC) examinations held recently will also be published on the same day.Copies of result sheets will be handed over to the prime minister at 11am on the day, the official added.The results will be published through a press conference at the Bangladesh secretariat.Primary and Ebtedayee education completion examinations were held between 19 and 26 November.About 3.1 million students appeared at the examinations.It was earlier decided that Junior School Certificate (JSC) and Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC) examination results would be published on 30 December.
More information: www.elcomsoft.com/eppb.html The toolkit, which makes use of the recent news that iPhones track the locations of their users, brings the company into a voracious debate about the security and privacy rights of Smartphone users. The tracking, which Apple claims was a bug in the software, is also found in both Windows Phone 7 and Android operating systems.Apples fix, iOS 4.3.3, made the law enforcement community unhappy, since they had been using the iPhone and iPad geolocation data in criminal investigations. ElcomSoft has stepped in to fill in the gap in the data by breaking the phones encryption. The CEO Vladimir Katalov said in a statement that this will provide their customers with, ” …full access to all information stored in iPhone devices running iOS 4.”While the company says that it will only make this cracking software available to law enforcement, intelligence, forensic organizations and select government agencies, this new development does create another serious concern about if having a web connection 24/7 is worth the amount of data you are giving up for collection on a daily basis. Your smartphone knows everything about you, and it tells tales Explore further Citation: ElcomSoft undoes Apple’s location security fix (2011, May 25) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2011-05-elcomsoft-undoes-apple.html (PhysOrg.com) — ElcomSoft, a Russian computer forensics company that first came to the attention of the public in 2002 when it was sued and cleared of violations of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act for its eBook copyright cracking software, is in the news for cracking again and this time the target of their ingenuity is the iPhone. ElcomSoft has developed a toolkit that is designed to help law enforcement agencies to access encrypted file systems on Apple’s iPhone and get user location data. © 2010 PhysOrg.com This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only.
Sitaron ke Paas – Kalpana Chawla, a biographical play is being organised in the Capital by Art Karat and Arpana Trust. The play, directed and conceived by Sushma Seth, is based on the life of the astronaut Kalpana Chawla, her aspirations, her fearless spirit, and the exceptional qualities of perseverance. It brings forth the legacy she leaves behind after her death. The play is produced by Sushma Aggarwal and Krisna Shroff. The script is written by Nigam Prakash, Prem Sarin and Seth herself. Seth has been organising production oriented drama workshops for the last 12 years. Her last play was Rabindranath Tagore’s Tasher Desh. Seth was awarded the Kalpana Chawla Award for Excellence in 2012 which inspired her to write and direct a play on Chawla’s life. When: Today Where: Shri Ram Centre, Mandi House Timing: 6.30 pm
Besides the white sneakers and black casual shoes, monk straps and brogues are a part of the must-have list of footwear for men this year, say experts. 4Monk straps and double monk straps: They are the most fashionable dress shoes. There are two different types of monk straps – the single monk straps that have a single belt and one with double monk straps.The double monk straps are for people with narrow or smaller feet as it fits better. They can be paired with formal trousers, chinos and denims. Also Read – Add new books to your shelf4Wing tip brogues: Any wing tip shoes are perfect for formal attire. The perforated additional decoration in the toe cap makes it look sophisticated and fun. The wing tips look sharp and make good formal shoes. They can be paired with suits and trousers with button-down shirts and blazers.They are the go-to shoes for formal outfit and are here to stay. But be mindful of the occasion – avoid garish coloured shoes for an upscale formal event. Instead, one should go with the classics. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsive4Chelsea boots: The laceless boots are sleek and the most versatile of its kind. They can be paired with casual, semi-formal and formal outfits alike. You can leave your trousers sitting over your Chelsea boots as it looks neat. Make sure that your trousers are of the perfect length so that they don’t hide those boots.4White sneakers: Trainers are a must if you want to wear something sporty yet trendy. One could argue that they get dirty but they go with everything and the colour gives the option to play with it when you experiment with layering.4High top sneakers: These shoes will keep your feet warm and at the same time add to your style quotient. Mix and match the print or the fabric of the shoe to suit your requirement – from leather to suede or print to plain.4Black casual shoes: Black sneakers go well if you are going for a monochromatic look or your game is neutral colours. From high-tops to slip-ons, there are many options from which you can choose.
Kolkata: In a rare surgery the Diamond Harbour Government Medical College and Hospital (DHGMCH) successfully reconstructed vagina and uterus in a 24-year-old woman, who had a congenital anomaly characterised by the lack of development of the vagina and uterus.The hospital authorities claimed that this is for the first time such a complicated operation has been conducted by any government hospital in the state. The patient, a resident of Mograhat area in South 24-Parganas, got married to a youth from Joynagar around five years ago. As the she failed to conceive, the woman along with her husband visited the doctors at the DHGMCH four months ago. The doctors conducted a thorough investigation of the patient. Some clinical investigations were also performed on the patient. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataAfter going through the reports the doctors found that the patient’s vagina and uterus did not develop properly which is a congenital problem. The patient told the doctors that she never had periods. The patient first visited the hospital around four months ago. After primary treatment, the patient went home but she was in touch with the hospital doctors since then. Recently, the doctors called up the patient and asked to get admitted for a surgery. The doctors also briefed the patient and her husband about congenital problem of the woman. Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in stateA team comprising senior doctors was constituted for the surgery. According to Dr Samadrita Chakraborty, the head of the gynecology department of the hospital, Laparoscopic Vaginoplasty through Davydov procedure was adopted during the surgery. The patient’s vagina and uterus was reconstructed after a long operation. Dr Chakraborty was assisted with other doctors, including Prof Dr Manas Saha and Dr Nita Roy. The doctors said the patient would not be able to conceive and hence the couple will have to go for surrogacy or adoption. However, the couple would not face any difficulties while indulging in sexual intercourse, doctors said. According to the doctors, the vagina and uterus were successfully reconstructed in the patient. The surgery was complicated and risky. The treatment of this condition consists in the creation of a neovagina, allowing sexual intercourse, the doctors said.
<< Previous PostNext Post >> BRISBANE — Flight Centre is going Hollywood with a newly launched TV show called ‘The 48 Hour Destination’.Recently debuting on Channel 10 in Australia, the in-house produced travel series comprises 13 episodes and highlights how to spend two days in destinations like San Francisco, Vancouver, Phuket, Hong Kong, London, Los Angeles, New York, Auckland and more.According to KarryOn, seeing how the show is produced by a travel group, the underlying message in each episode is to book through a consultant. Host Greer Gardiner, a Flight Centre consultant, pushes this message in each destination he visits.“This is a truly integrated marketing approach working together across brand, product, creative and content to bring this to life,” said Luke Wheatley, Flight Centre Travel Group Head of Creative Studio. Travelweek Group Did you watch? Flight Centre debuts first-ever TV series Tags: Flight Centre, Video Share Posted by Wednesday, August 30, 2017