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AfghanistanAsia – Pacific January 10, 2010 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Embedded British reporter killed by roadside bomb, photographer injured Reporters Without Borders offers its heartfelt condolences to the family and colleagues of British journalist Rupert Hamer (photo), the London-based Sunday Mirror’s defence correspondent, who was killed yesterday when the US military vehicle in which he was travelling was hit by a roadside bomb in southwestern Afghanistan. AfghanistanAsia – Pacific “Our thoughts are also with his colleague, photographer Philip Coburn (photo), who was seriously wounded in the blast, and we hope he will soon be out of danger,” the press freedom organisation said. Hamer, a 39-year-old father of three, and Coburn, 43 were embedded with a US Marine Corps unit. A US marine and an Afghan soldier were also killed by the explosion, near the town of Nawa in Helmand province, while four US marines were injured. News “The resurgence of violence in which journalists are among the victims poses one of the main dangers for the media in Afghanistan,” Reporters Without Borders said. “Hamer’s tragic death serves as reminder that journalists risk their lives every day to report the news. It also highlights the fact that, despite the danger, being ‘embedded’ has become one of the only ways to cover the war in Afghanistan from close up.” There were many reactions to the death of Hamer, who according to the British authorities was the first British journalist to be killed in Afghanistan. Both British Prime Minister Gordon Brown and defence secretary Bob Ainsworth (who had been accompanied by Hamer during his most recent visit to Afghanistan) paid tribute him and Coburn, citing their professionalism, courage and dedication. Follow the news on Afghanistan March 11, 2021 Find out more May 3, 2021 Find out more Organisation RSF asks International Criminal Court to investigate murders of journalists in Afghanistan June 2, 2021 Find out more Receive email alerts News News News Help by sharing this information to go further Afghanistan : “No just and lasting peace in Afghanistan without guarantees for press freedom” Reporters Without Borders added: “Yesterday’s tragedy comes just 10 days after Michelle Lang, a 34-year-old reporter for the Calgary Herald, died in similar circumstances. Lang, who was embedded with the Canadian military, was killed when the military vehicle she was in was hit by a roadside bomb in southern Afghanistan. A grim pattern is being set.” RSF_en A total of 12 foreign journalists and eight Afghan journalists have been killed in Afghanistan since 11 September 2001. Situation getting more critical for Afghan women journalists, report says
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Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. Community News Community News 15 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it Business News Make a comment La Canada Presbyterian Church announced today that it will host a film-screening of the documentary “Screenagers,” followed by a 4-week class to explore the impact of technology on child development.There are two screening dates to choose from: Sunday, October 9, at 5:00 p.m. or Tuesday, October 11, at 7:00 p.m. Both screenings take place in the Worship Arts Center of the La Canada Presbyterian Church. To purchase tickets, go to lcpc.events.screenagers.More than any other time in history, technology is an ever-present part of our children’s experience of the world. But what impact do social medial, smart phones, video games and computers have on their development?Physician and filmmaker Delaney Ruston saw that with her own kids and learned that the average kid spends 6.5 hours a day looking at screens. She wondered about the impact of all this time and about the friction occurring in homes and schools around negotiating screen time—friction she knew all too well.In Screenagers, as with her award-winning documentaries on mental health, Delaney takes a deeply personal approach as she probes into the vulnerable corners of family life, including her own, to explore struggles over social media, video games, academics and internet addiction. Through poignant, and unexpectedly funny stories, along with surprising insights from authors, psychologists, and brain scientists, SCREENAGERS reveals how tech time impacts kids’ development and offers solutions on how adults can empower kids to best navigate the digital world and find balance.As Annie Bierling, Director of LPCC Parent Ed Director, expresses her hopes about the screening, “Six years ago when we sponsored “The Race to Nowhere,” thoughtful discussion and pro-active measures ensued. Our hope is that the viewing of “Screenagers” will have the same impact on the community–as we come together to manage both the gifts and challenges of technology in meaningful ways.”This screening is part of LCPC’s wider efforts to give parents the resources, community, and practical tools they need to build healthy families. To that end, LCPC will also offer a 4-week course to explore the impact of technology on youth and offer practical tools to help youth and parents find balance.As Heather Henry, LCPC’s Children’s Director, says, “Parenting is hard and one of the unique challenges we face today is the pervasiveness of our ever-changing digital technology. The conversation that will undoubtedly result after watching Screenagers will be full of excellent tools if you have found yourself wondering how to manage your child’s use of technology. My hope is that we can come together as parents/guardians, sharing our struggles, concerns and successes in figuring out healthy and achievable solutions to this issue.”This 4-week course, free to the public and including child care, is designed for parents of children 0-18 to discuss practical ways to manage technology. Participants have the option of attending the class Sunday mornings from 9:30-11:00 a.m. (Oct 16 ,23, 30 and Nov 6) or Wednesday nights from 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. (Oct 19, 26, Nov 2 & 9). The cost is $50/family which includes child care and a copy of the new book Right Click from Kara Powell. To register for the 4-week course, go to www.lacanadapc.org/screenagers.For more information on any of our programs, go to www.lacanadapc.org. First Heatwave Expected Next Week faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Virtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes More Cool Stuff Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy Faith & Youth La Canada Presbyterian Presents “Screenagers: Growing Up in the Digital Age” From STAFF REPORTS Published on Monday, September 26, 2016 | 1:55 am Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena
WhatsApp Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published Pinterest Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH Homepage BannerNews Three factors driving Donegal housing market – Robinson Pinterest Facebook Sinn Féin MLA Maeve McLaughlin has welcomed support for the expansion of Magee during an adjournment debate in the assembly last evening.However, the Minister with responsibility for the issue made it clear that while he will carefully study the business case that will be on his desk within weeks, no money will be available for at least two years, so there cab be no movement on the issue until the end of 2016 at the earliest.However, Ms Mc Laughlin says the debate provided an opportunity for MLAs to voice their support for the expansion of Magee and the wider boost it would give to the economy.She says the priority now is to explore funding opportunities, possibly in a cross border context……Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/maevemagee.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Twitter Facebook Google+ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+ WhatsApp Creative ways must be found to fund Magee expansion – Mc Laughlin NPHET ‘positive’ on easing restrictions – Donnelly Nine Til Noon Show – Listen back to Wednesday’s Programme Previous articleMcNulty and McCarron to return for cup replayNext articlePeople should not be forced to pay for undrinkable water – Doherty News Highland By News Highland – September 17, 2014 Twitter GAA decision not sitting well with Donegal – Mick McGrath
News UpdatesPolice Should Avoid Excess Force Against Lockdown Violators : Karnataka High Court Mustafa Plumber12 May 2021 1:16 AMShare This – xImage Courtesy : NDTVThe Karnataka High Court has observed that police should avoid excess force against lockdown violators.Amicus Curiae Advocate Vikram Huilgol brought to the attention of a bench comprising Chief Justice Abhay S Oka and Justice Arvind Kumar reports about police lathicharge against violators of lockdown rules. He informed the court about the order issued by the court on March 30, 2020 by which it had directed the Director General of Police to issue a circular not to use excessive force to implement lockdown.Justice Kumar orally observed that “Excess force should be avoided. If people are not cooperating, make the people sit in the nearest police station, for the entire day.”The Advocate General Prabhuling K Navadgi said “Police standing there are being exposed to corona. Statements of no force being used are all ok…but they (police) are working under tremendous pressure.”Chief Justice Oka said “Ultimately, if there is a direction of lockdown, citizens should cooperate and these incidents of excess should be avoided.”The court brought to the notice of the Advocate General its order dated March 30, in which it was noted that “It will be appropriate if the Director General and Inspector General of Police of the state issues similar guidelines (As those issued by Commissioner of Police, Bengaluru) to the police personnel all over the state. If such guidelines are issued which would be applied across the state, we are sure that there may not be an occasion to make allegations regarding police excesses and police indulging in lathi charge.Navadgi requested the court to not pass any orders and said he would take up the matter with DGP himself. Accordingly the court noted “Our attention is invited to what is observed in para 2 of order dated March 30, 2020. Advocate General says he will take up the issue with concerned authority so that necessary action can be taken.” Also Read : No Justification For Police Brutality Against Persons During LockdownTagsKarnataka High Court Chief Justice AS Oka Justice Arvind Kumar Police Brutality Next Story
Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — Just days before thousands of activists are expected to visit the nation’s capital in support of increased gun control and school safety, Eric Trump on Monday took to Twitter to say that shooting played a positive role in his upbringing.“It kept me away from drinking, drugs, taught me safety, discipline, consentration and so many other positive life lessons,” President Donald Trump’s middle son tweeted, misspelling “concentration.”Adding, “It has brought generations of children together with parents, grandparents and other role models.”His comments brought swift social media reprisal from some posters.Others rallied to his defense.Eric Trump and his older brother, Donald Trump Jr., avid game hunters, drew criticism when photos surfaced of a hunting trip to Zimbabwe in 2012 which showed the brothers posing next to various dead animals.Those in favor of increased gun control and school safety have also spoken out about how the raging debate has impacted their generation.“Not one more. We cannot allow one more child to be shot at school. We cannot allow one more teacher to make a choice to jump in front of a firing assault rifle to save the lives of students,” the organizers of a “March for Our Lives” rally being held on March 24 said in their online mission statement. “In the tragic wake of the seventeen lives brutally cut short in Florida, politicians are telling us that now is not the time to talk about guns. March For Our Lives believes the time is now.”The march was organized by students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida where 17 people were killed during a deadly shooting rampage on Valentine’s Day.A month later, students walked out of their classes for 17 minutes, in honor of each of the victims.On the same day of the walkout, the National Rifle Association of America shared a message of their own on Twitter.“I’ll control my own guns, thank you,” The NRA tweeted out along with an image of an AR-style rifle.The organization also tweeted out a recorded message from Chris Cox, executive director of the NRA-ILA, where he said gun control activists are “blaming good honest people for acts of murderers.”Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office(LODI, Calif.) — Employees at a California McDonald’s became servers-turned-saviors after coming to the rescue of a woman who indicated she was in danger while at the drive-thru. A woman walked into the Lodi, California, McDonald’s on Christmas Eve. She asked employees to hide her from a man with whom she was apparently traveling. She said the man had threatened to kill her, according to Los Angeles ABC station KABC-TV. The woman gave the employees a license plate number, and the workers told her to hide in the restroom.When she emerged from the restroom, she went to order at the counter and a man came up to her demanding that she order from the drive-thru window.At the window, the woman mouthed the words “help me” to the employees. The employees managed to hold up the drive-thru line until the police showed up.Police arrested Eduardo Valenzuela, who was with the woman, after they discovered he had been violent with her in the past, according to information posted on the San Joaquin County Sheriff Office’s Facebook page.Valenzuela “told her to take him to visit his family and threatened her life, stating he would use a firearm. A firearm was located in the trunk of the vehicle (stolen out of state),” the sheriff office’s post stated. Valenzuela was booked in the San Joaquin County Jail for criminal threats, stolen property and felon (prohibited person) in possession of a firearm. That McDonald’s franchise and its employees are part of a “Safe Place” program, according to The Record. The program includes 30 McDonald’s locations throughout San Joaquin County. Employees, managers and supervisors are trained to help those seeking aid, particularly domestic violence and human-trafficking victims. Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
Most employers have just two years to brush up their payroll act. Electronicfiling of end-of-year returns will be mandatory for employers with more than250 staff from May 2005 – a tight timeframe, according to those who have blazedthe e-filing trail. The rush by companies to install systems capable of handling e-filingresulted from a dual challenge set to businessman Patrick Cartner by the UKGovernment in June 2001: to find out how to make it easier for employers tofulfil their payroll obligations while reducing payroll costs to businesses andthe economy. Cartner’s answer was simple – more technology. The introduction of mandatoryelectronic filing of end of year returns by employers was one of the keyproposals in his review of payroll services, published in November 2001. What is e-filing? Electronic filing – e-filing – simply means sending information to theInland Revenue (IR) from your organisation’s computer using an electronic link.Magnetic media (flexible disk, CD Rom or data cartridge) will not be acceptedindefinitely. Employers must submit end of year returns (P35 and P14 forms) by one of thefollowing methods: – Filing by internet (FBI) – Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) – By FBI or EDI via a payroll bureau or agent. To use the internet service, employers need to register with the GovernmentGateway – the centralised registration service for e-government services. How long do we have? Employers with 250 or more employees in the PAYE scheme must submit 2004-05end-of-year returns by 19 May 2005. Those employing 50 to 249 and those with upto 50 staff have until 19 May 2006 and 19 May 2010 respectively. In addition tothe existing late filing penalty, there is a fine of up to £3,000 for failingto meet the appropriate deadline. Which method is best for us? Deciding which service to use is very much down to the individualorganisation and its size. Larger employers and those already with an EDI facility are likely to findEDI most cost-effective, while employers with less than 2,000 records forend-of-year returns will be wise to go the internet route. This leaves a vast number of mid-range employers who need to do somesoul-searching. Those outsourcing need to check their bureau is e-compliant, and thoserunning payroll in-house need to ask which service (EDI or FBI) their softwareprovider can support. To file by internet, you will need an ISDN line or a dial-up modem (VAN) –payroll requires its own to satisfy the Data Protection Act. All EDI files must be either in generic Flatfile form or EDIFACT. If youcannot retrieve files from the payroll system in this format, you will have tobuy in translation and communication software. What will we be spending money on if we do e-filing ourselves? – Upgrading/buying a new payroll system – Buying translation and communication software and hardware to house thisnew software – Increased software licence fees – Telephone calls to send data – Maintenance of VAN – General annual maintenance costs Where do I get more info? Organisations: – The Inland Revenue’s Electronic Business Unit, tel: 0845 6055999 Websites: [email protected] you only do five things1 Plan well2 Liaise with all third parties, including the Inland Revenue3 Get buy-in from senior management4 Do it early, otherwise the Inland Revenue will be tooinundated to give you the resources you need5 Look carefully at costs and consider outsourcing if itdoesn’t all add upExperts viewKate Upcraft on e-filingKate Upcraft is policy and research manager at the 5,000-strong Institutefor Payroll and Pensions Management and former payroll legislation manager atMarks & Spencer. Do you think industry is geared up for e-filing? By 2009-10, there will be no paper returns at all. We’re talking about 1.2million employers. I think it is a massively ambitious project and I have graveconcerns about whether it is achievable. Bringing in incentives for the smallest employers has caused some disquietin the business sector. Small employers get money, while for very largeemployers like WH Smith, there are clear paybacks from using e-filing for allemployee ‘movements’ (any new data on employees, such as a company car or newtax credit). But all other employers face considerable costs. Many are saying‘we already use technology, magnetic tape, isn’t that enough?’ Any words of warning? Employers must do end-of-year returns for all employees, includingpensioners. They must also make sure they submit clean data only. Theirsubmission must pass the Inland Revenue’s validation the first time. There are many organisations, such as retailer John Lewis, whose bespokepayroll systems work well. But they need to be careful, as it may not be suitablefor this new scenario. Find a friend in your sector who has taken the plunge. The IPPM can pointyou in the right direction. How to… Use an e-filing system for payrollOn 11 Mar 2003 in Personnel Today Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos.
Paul Kearns saidsenior HR professionals who are serious about adding value to theirorganisations should have a written HR strategy which states an intent to workwithout the unions. Go to page 4 for the debate in full In the debate, hosted by the CIPD’s West London branch,Kearns argued that HR was too focused on process tasks and needed to”break through the brick wall” and add value to business. Comments are closed. HR needs to make unions irrelevantOn 23 Sep 2003 in Personnel Today The head to head debate followed months of disagreementconducted through the pages of Personnel Today. Any HR department that wants to have a strategic impact onits organisation needs to build employee trust to a level where unions becomean irrelevance, a leading HR consultant has urged. Previous Article Next Article Brown conceded the function was not as strategic as it couldbe but said it had come a long way and was already adding value through itsprofessionalism. “You can’t have an HR strategy that’s compatible withthe unions,” he said. “To have an effective [strategy] you need trustand you can’t have the level required if a union is there.” Kearns made the controversial claim as he debated the strategicvalue of HR with Duncan Brown, the assistant director general of the CharteredInstitute of Personnel and Development at a CIPD branch event last week. Related posts:No related photos.