Torontoarea MP Salma Zahid diagnosed with nonHodgkins lymphoma

first_imgOTTAWA – Liberal MP Salma Zahid says she’s taking a medical leave to be treated for non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.Zahid, who represents a Toronto-area riding, says she received the diagnosis in the last week.It followed weeks of intermittent pain that began after an overseas visit during the holidays.Zahid says she begins chemotherapy treatment today and after the first round will have a clearer plan for her prognosis and treatment.She last spoke in the House of Commons on Feb. 5, World Cancer Day, when she called attention to the Liberal government’s support for cancer research.Zahid was first elected in 2015 and prior to federal politics was a long-time adviser to the Ontario government.“I am determined to fight this diagnosis and to continue my work in service of the people of Scarborough Centre as soon as I am medically able to do so,” she said in a statement Tuesday.The Canadian Cancer Society estimates that 8,300 Canadians were diagnosed in 2017 with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, a cancer that develops in cells that ordinarily help fight infection.last_img read more

NS woman plans constitutional challenge of roadside cannabis test

first_imgHALIFAX — A lawyer for a Nova Scotia motorist whose licence was suspended after her saliva tested positive for cannabis says he’s planning to launch a constitutional challenge.Jack Lloyd says Michelle Gray’s case shows the law dealing with impaired driving is too broad and too vague.Gray, who uses medical cannabis to treat symptoms of multiple sclerosis, says she shouldn’t have been penalized because other police tests confirmed she was not impaired.Gray says she told police conducting a roadside check in January she had one alcoholic drink over a two-hour period before she got into her car to drive home from downtown Halifax.The officer then said he could detect the smell of cannabis coming from her car.Though Gray passed a roadside alcohol test, a saliva test showed trace amounts of THC, the active ingredient in cannabis.She was arrested and taken to police headquarters, where she was subjected to a comprehensive sobriety evaluation, which includes balance and memory tests.Though she passed the tests, which proved she was not impaired, her licence was suspended for a week and her car was impounded — leaving her with a $400 bill.Lloyd, a Toronto-based lawyer with an expertise in cannabis, says he plans to file a legal challenge under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.He says lawyers across the country are contemplating similar cases, based on the argument that roadside cannabis tests have no rational connection to actual impairment.The Canadian Presslast_img read more

Trains Pat Monahan Helps Raise 122000 to Launch HomeAid Los Angeles Chapter

first_imgPat Monahan, lead singer of the GRAMMY-winning, multi-platinum-selling band Train, performed on Tuesday, October 13th at the Beverly Hills headquarters of Kennedy Wilson, supporting the inaugural fund-raising event for HomeAid Los Angeles which raised over $120,000 to launch the new chapter.Pat Monahan, lead singer of GRAMMY-winning band Train performs at fund-raising event to launch new HomeAid LA chapterEnergizing and inspiring the audience, the performance included Train’s hit songs “Hey Soul Sister,” “Drops of Jupiter,” and “Calling All Angels.” HomeAid is close to the heart of Mr. Monahan, who works diligently with his sister-in-law, Summer Peterson Shute, in the family’s Season of Miracles Foundation. The Season of Miracles Foundation and HomeAid are already partnering to build a Healing Garden in Seattle, and HomeAid Los Angeles looks forward to working with Season of Miracles to deliver this exciting concept to Los Angeles.Through HomeAid, the building industry gives back to the community by building and rehabilitating housing for organizations helping families and individuals experiencing homelessness. With start-up funding in place, HomeAid Los Angeles is now identifying charities and care providers that work to help homeless families and individuals in need of additional or upgraded facilities, developing a pipeline of projects that will increase available housing for LA’s homeless population. HomeAid’s charitable partnerships ensure safe housing for our neighbors in need, while also supporting needed programmatic resources, such as job and life skills training, financial counseling, and physical and emotional support are always available to each participant.“We’re here to thank HomeAid because we are building a beautiful sanctuary in Seattle and we hope to spread it down to LA,” said Summer. “So, thank you for welcoming Season of Miracles.”Recent studies show that upwards of 50,000 homeless people are living on the streets in Los Angeles County. In her remarks, HomeAid Board President Sandra Stewart said, “HomeAid brings the power of the building industry to reach and help so many of those who truly need us. We are going to make a real difference in making Los Angeles stronger than ever.”Major event sponsors included: Kennedy Wilson and Meyers Research, Etco Homes, First American Title, Lennar Charitable Housing Foundation, RK Gore & Associates, Bank of America, FNTG Building Services, The Resmark Company, and Wells Fargo Home Mortgage. Additional major sponsors included: Brookfield Residential, Cal Atlantic Group, Caliber Home Loans, Fuscoe Engineering, Lone Oak Industries, PAG Construction, Pardee Homes, Polaris Pacific, Province Group, Williams Homes, Cox Castle and Nicholson, LLP and Manatt, Phelps and Phillips LLP.last_img read more

The Elders Condemn Libya Slave Auctions Demand Migrants Rights Respected

first_imgThe Elders today strongly condemned “slave auctions” of African migrants in Libya and urged the international community to take all necessary steps to protect the rights and dignity of all people, especially vulnerable foreigners, in the conflict-wracked country.They shared the concern and dismay expressed by the Chairperson of the African Union Commission, Moussa Faki Mahamat, and called for an immediate end to these practices and other criminal acts of human trafficking.Kofi Annan, Chair of The Elders, said: “I am shocked and angered by the recent media reports of African migrants being sold as slaves in Libyan auctions. The Libyan authorities must take urgent steps to eradicate these abuses, and the international community must provide necessary political and logistical support to bring criminals to justice.”The Elders reiterated their call for increased legal pathways for migration so displaced people do not have to rely on smugglers and organised crime networks.Hina Jilani, Elder and human rights advocate, added: “The slave auctions in Libya are a horrifying symptom of the failure both to agree international response mechanisms to large flows of people, and to ensure that the human rights of all people on the move are protected. The European Union and its member states, which have struck deals seeking to prevent refugees and migrants from crossing the Mediterranean, must insist Libya ends these abuses, which constitute an attack on the common values of our shared humanity.”last_img read more

Migration: EU to Launch Substantial Financial Program to Support Morocco in…

Brussels –The European Commission intends to launch a substantial financial program to support Morocco in 2015 as part of the Mobility Partnership, European Commissioner for Migration, Home Affairs and Citizenship Dimitris Avramopoulos said.This program shall enable migrants to have better access to health-care, vocational training, schooling for migrant children as well as support for migrant women who are pregnant, new mothers, or victims of violence, Avramopoulos pointed out in a written answer to a question of Belgian MEP Hugues Bayet on the EU support to Morocco’s new migration policy.“In the long-run, it is crucial to support Morocco’s migration policy that aims at fostering the positive impact of migration on development, fighting irregular migration and trafficking and protecting the rights of migrants, while setting up a full-fledged asylum system”, the European Commissioner said. The Commission is strongly committed to support the efforts of the Moroccan authorities to set up a genuine migration policy, including the creation of an Office for Refugees and the establishment of a system against human trafficking, Avramopoulos stressed.He recalled that the EU and Morocco signed, in June 2013, a Mobility Partnership, which contains a set of political objectives and initiatives designed, among other objectives, to ensure that the movement of persons is managed as effectively as possible.Shortly after, in September 2013, Morocco launched a new immigration policy aimed at ensuring full respect of human rights. In this context, Morocco is putting in place measures to support the integration both of newly regularized migrants and of recognized refugees.MWN with MAP read more

Motorist banned from driving after dragging man in wheelchair to McDonalds behind

first_img 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. The incident  North Yorkshire Police/Pa Credit:North Yorkshire Police/PA The incidentCredit:North Yorkshire Police/PA North Yorkshire Police said Ward was seen on CCTV talking to 28-year-old MacPherson outside the Moko Lounge Bar, on King’s Road, in Harrogate at around 12.25am on January 28.The footage then shows Ward driving along King’s Road as MacPherson holds on to the back of the car while seated in the wheelchair.The car pulled the wheelchair along a number of roads before coming to a stop outside McDonald’s on Oxford Street. Ward and MacPherson appeared at Harrogate Magistrates’ Court on July 20.Ward was banned from driving for 20 months, ordered to complete 200 hours of unpaid work, fined £85 costs and told to pay an £85 victim surcharge.MacPherson, of Link Way, Harrogate, was fined £154 and ordered to pay £30 costs and £30 victim surcharge after he pleaded guilty to holding on to a vehicle for the purpose of being drawn.center_img “They paid no regard to the safety of other road users or pedestrians and chose to act in a dangerous manner.”I hope the sentence that has been handed to them teaches a lesson to both them, and others, that reckless behaviour will not be tolerated on our roads.” Traffic Constable Rob Roberts, of Harrogate’s Road Policing team, said: “Ward and MacPherson acted selfishly that night. North Yorkshire Police/PA Credit: North Yorkshire Police/Pa A motorist has been banned from driving and fined after taking perhaps turned out to be his most expensive trip to McDonald’s.The 20-year-old was caught on CCTV dragging a man along a road in a wheelchair behind his car, police have said.Michael Ward, of Walworth Avenue, Harrogate, pleaded guilty to dangerous driving when he appeared in court last month.William MacPherson, the man in the wheelchair, was fined after he admitted holding on to the car to be pulled along.last_img read more

My favourite speech Taoiseach Enda Kenny

first_imgNote: This feature was originally published on 8 July 2012 and has been republished to coincide with the 50th anniversary of JFK’s assassination. THE AUTHOR AND former presidential speechwriter Peggy Noonan once said: “A speech is poetry: cadence, rhythm, imagery, sweep!  A speech reminds us that words, like children, have the power to make dance the dullest beanbag of a heart.”One can not underestimate the power of a good speech like Martin Luther King’s ‘I have a dream’ or the effectiveness of a speech’s key line such as John F Kennedy’s “Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country.”With that in mind, over the course of the summer is asking some of the most prominent figures in Irish society from politicians to sports stars to nominate their favourite speech of all time and tell us why they like it so much.Starting us off this week: Taoiseach Enda Kenny. He writes:I have always admired President John F Kennedy and often find myself recalling words from some of his many exceptional speeches, such as his address to the Irish Parliament during his historic 1963 visit when he spoke so eloquently in praise of ‘the little ‘five feet high’ nations’ and of the Irish people’s ‘remarkable combination of hope, confidence and imagination.’For me, the sentiment contained in that particular speech is as relevant today as it was almost fifty years ago. I believe and trust in the Irish people just as he did then – that our strength of spirit and determination will allow us to overcome any difficulties we may face. Kennedy was the first US president ever to address the Dáil and called on small nations to imitate Ireland’’s support of the United Nations as the surest guarantee of world peace. At extreme left is chairman of Parliament Patrick Hogan. At right is Premier Sean Lemass. (AP Photo/Pool)The full speech delivered by President John F Kennedy to members of the Dáil and the Seanad on 28 June 1963:Mr. Speaker, Prime Minister, Members of the Parliament: I am grateful for your welcome and for that of your countrymen.The 13th day of September, 1862, will be a day long remembered in American history. At Fredericksburg, Maryland, thousands of men fought and died on one of the bloodiest battlefields of the American Civil War. One of the most brilliant stories of that day was written by a band of 1,200 men who went into battle wearing a green sprig in their hats. They bore a proud heritage and a special courage, given to those who had long fought for the cause of freedom. I am referring, of course, to the Irish Brigade. General Robert E. Lee, the great military leader of the Southern Confederate forces, said of this group of men after the battle: “The gallant stand which this bold brigade made on the heights of Fredericksburg is well known. Never were men so brave. They ennobled their race by their splendid gallantry on that desperate occasion. Their brilliant, though hopeless, assaults on our lines excited the hearty applause of our officers and soldiers.”Of the 1,200 men who took part in that assault, 280 survived the battle. The Irish Brigade was led into battle on that occasion by Brigadier General Thomas F. Meagher, who had participated in the unsuccessful Irish uprising of 1848, was captured by the British and sent in a prison ship to Australia, from whence he finally came to America. In the fall of 1862, after serving with distinction and gallantry in some of the toughest fighting of this most bloody struggle, the Irish Brigade was presented with a new set of flags. In the city ceremony, the city chamberlain gave them the motto “The Union, our Country, and Ireland Forever.” Their old ones having been torn to shreds by bullets in previous battles, Captain Richard McGee took possession of these flags on September 2nd in New York City and arrived with them at the Battle of Fredericksburg and carried them in the battle. Today, in recognition of what these gallant Irishmen and what millions of other Irish have done for my country, and through the generosity of the Fighting 69th, I would like to present one of these flags to the people of Ireland.The President then unveiled the flag which was in position to the left of the dais.As you can see, gentlemen, the battle honours of the Brigade include Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Yorktown, Fair Oaks, Gaines Hill, Allen’s Farm, Savage’s Station, White Oak Bridge, Glendale, Malvern Hills, Antietam, Gettysburg, and Bristoe’s Station.I am deeply honoured to be your guest in the free Parliament of a free Ireland. If this nation had achieved its present political and economic stature a century or so ago, my great grandfather might never have left New Ross, and I might, if fortunate, be sitting down there with you. Of course, if your own President had never left Brooklyn, he might be standing up here instead of me.This elegant building, as you know, was once the property of the Fitzgerald family, but I have not come here to claim it. Of all the new relations I have discovered on this trip, I regret to say that no one has yet found any link between me and a great Irish patriot, Lord Edward Fitzgerald. Lord Edward, however, did not like to stay here in his family home “because,” as he wrote his mother, “Leinster House does not inspire the brightest ideas.” That was a long time ago, however. It has also been said by some that a few of the features of this stately mansion served to inspire similar features in the White House in Washington. Whether this is true or not, I know that the White House was designed by James Hoban, a noted Irish-American architect, and I have no doubt that he believed, by incorporating several features of the Dublin style, he would make it more homelike for any President of Irish descent. It was a long wait, but I appreciate his efforts.There is also an unconfirmed rumour that Hoban was never fully paid for his work on the White House. If this proves to be true, I will speak to our Secretary of the Treasury about it, although I hear this body is not particularly interested in the subject of revenue.I am proud to be the first American President to visit Ireland during his term of office, proud to be addressing this distinguished assembly, and proud of the welcome you have given me. My presence and your welcome, however, only symbolise the many and the enduring links which have bound the Irish and the Americans since the earliest days.Benjamin Franklin, the envoy of the American Revolution, who was also born in Boston, was received by the Irish Parliament in 1772. It was neither independent nor free from discrimination at the time, but Franklin reported its members “disposed to be friends of America.” “By joining our interest with theirs,” he said, “a more equitable treatment … might be obtained for both nations.”Our interests have been joined ever since. Franklin sent leaflets to Irish freedom fighters. O’Connell was influenced by Washington, and Emmet influenced Lincoln. Irish volunteers played so predominant a role in the American Army that Lord Mountjoy lamented in the British Parliament: “We have lost America through the Irish.” John Barry, whose statue was honoured yesterday, and whose sword is in my office, was only one who fought for liberty in America to set an example for liberty in Ireland. Yesterday was the 117th Anniversary of the birth of Charles Stewart Parnell —whose grandfather fought under Barry and whose mother was born in America—and who, at the age of 34, was invited to address the American Congress on the cause of Irish freedom. “I have seen since I have been in this country,” he said, “so many tokens of the good wishes of the American people toward Ireland…” And today, 83 years later, I can say to you that I have seen in this country so many tokens of good wishes of the Irish people towards America.And so it is that our two nations, divided by distance, have been united by history. No people ever believed more deeply in the cause of Irish freedom than the people of the United States. And no country contributed more to building my own than your sons and daughters. They came to our shores in a mixture of hope and agony, and I would not underrate the difficulties of their course once they arrived in the United States. They left behind hearts, fields, and a nation yearning to be free. It is no wonder that James Joyce described the Atlantic as a bowl of bitter tears, and an earlier poet wrote: “They are going, going, going, and we cannot bid them stay.”But today this is no longer the country of hunger and famine that those immigrants left behind. It is not rich and its progress is not yet complete, but it is, according to statistics, one of the best fed countries in the world. Nor is it any longer a country of persecution, political or religious. It is a free country, and that is why any American feels at home.There are those who regard this history of past strife and exile as better forgotten, but to use the phrase of Yeats: “Let us not casually reduce that great past to a trouble of fools, for we need not feel the bitterness of the past to discover its meaning for the present and the future.”And it is the present and the future of Ireland that today hold so much promise to my nation as well as to yours, and, indeed, to all mankind, for the Ireland of 1963, one of the youngest of nations, and the oldest of civilisations, has discovered that the achievement of nationhood is not an end, but a beginning. In the years since independence, you have undergone a new and peaceful revolution, an economic and industrial revolution, transforming the face of this land, while still holding to the old spiritual and cultural values. You have modernised your economy, harnessed your rivers, diversified your industry, liberalised your trade, electrified your farms, accelerated your rate of growth, and improved the living standard of your people.Other nations of the world in whom Ireland has long invested her people and her children are now investing their capital as well as their vacations here in Ireland. This revolution is not yet over, nor will it be, I am sure, until a fully modern Irish economy fully shares in world prosperity. But prosperity is not enough.Over 150 years ago, Henry Grattan, demanding the more independent Irish Parliament that would always bear his name, denounced those who were satisfied merely by new grants of economic opportunity. “A country,” he said, “enlightened as Ireland, chartered as Ireland, armed as Ireland, and injured as Ireland, will not be satisfied with anything less than liberty.” And today, I am certain, free Ireland, a full-fledged member of the world community, where some are not yet free, and where some counsel an acceptance of tyranny—free Ireland will not be satisfied with anything less than liberty.I am glad, therefore, that Ireland is moving in the mainstream of current world events. For I sincerely believe that your future is as promising as your past is proud, and that your destiny lies not as a peaceful island in a sea of troubles, but as a maker and shaper of world peace.For self-determination can no longer mean isolation; and the achievement of national independence today means withdrawal from the old status only to return to the world scene with a new one. New nations can build with their former governing powers the same kind of fruitful relationship that Ireland has established with Great Britain—a relationship founded on equality and mutual interests. And no nation, large or small, can be indifferent to the fate of others, near or far. Modern economics, weapons and communications have made us realise more than ever that we are one human family and this one planet is our home. “The world is large,” wrote John Boyle O’Reilly, “The world is large when its weary leagues two loving hearts divide, but the world is small when your enemy is loose on the other side.”The world is even smaller today, though the enemy of John Boyle O’Reilly is no longer a hostile power. Indeed, across the gulfs and barriers that now divide us, we must remember that there are no permanent enemies. Hostility today is a fact, but it is not a ruling law. The supreme reality of our time is our indivisibility as children of God and our common vulnerability on this planet.Some may say that all this means little to Ireland. In an age when “history moves with the tramp of earthquake feet,” in an age when a handful of men and nations have the power literally to devastate mankind, in an age when the needs of the developing nations are so large and staggering that even the richest nations often groan with the burden of assistance— in such an age, it may be asked, how can a nation as small as Ireland play much of a role on the world stage?I would remind those who ask that question, including those in other small countries, of these words of one of the great orators of the English language:All the world owes much to the little “five feet high” nations. The greatest art of the world was the work of little nations. The most enduring literature of the world came from little nations. The heroic deeds that thrill humanity through generations were the deeds of little nations fighting for their freedom. And, oh, yes, the salvation of mankind came through a little nation.Ireland has already set an example and a standard for other small nations to follow. This has never been a rich or powerful country, and, yet, since earliest times, its influence on the world has been rich and powerful. No larger nation did more to keep Christianity and Western culture alive in their darkest centuries. No larger nation did more to spark the cause of American independence, and independence, indeed, around the world. And no larger nation has ever provided the world with more literary and artistic genius.This is an extraordinary country. George Bernard Shaw, speaking as an Irishman, summed up an approach to life: “Other peoples,” he said, “see things and say: `Why?’ … But I dream things that never were—and I say: `Why not?”’It is that quality of the Irish, the remarkable combination of hope, confidence and imagination that is needed more than ever today. The problems of the world cannot possibly be solved by sceptics or cynics whose horizons are limited by the obvious realities. We need men who can dream of things that never were, and ask why not. It matters not how small a nation is that seeks world peace and freedom, for, to paraphrase a citizen of my country: “The humblest nation of all the world, when clad in the armour of a righteous cause, is stronger than all the hosts of error.”Ireland is clad in the cause of national and human liberty with peace. To the extent that the peace is disturbed by conflict between the former colonial powers and the new and developing nations, Ireland’s role is unique. For every new nation knows that Ireland was the first of the small nations in the 20th Century to win its struggle for independence, and that the Irish have traditionally sent their doctors and technicians and soldiers and priests to help other lands to keep their liberty alive. At the same time, Ireland is part of Europe, associated with the Council of Europe, progressing in the context of Europe, and a prospective member of an expanded European Common Market. Thus Ireland has excellent relations with both the new and the old, the confidence of both sides and an opportunity to act where the actions of greater powers might be looked upon with suspicion.The central issue of freedom, however, is between those who believe in self-determination and those in the East who would impose upon others the harsh and oppressive Communist system; and here your nation wisely rejects the role of a go-between or a mediator. Ireland pursues an independent course in foreign policy, but it is not neutral between liberty and tyranny and never will be.For knowing the meaning of foreign domination, Ireland is the example and inspiration to those enduring endless years of oppression. It was fitting and appropriate that this nation played a leading role in censuring the suppression of the Hungarian Revolution, for how many times was Ireland’s quest for freedom suppressed only to have that quest renewed by the succeeding generation? Those who suffer beyond that wall I saw on Wednesday in Berlin must not despair of their future. Let them remember the constancy, the faith, the endurance and the final success of the Irish. And let them remember, as I heard sung by your sons and daughters yesterday in Wexford, the words: “The boys of Wexford, who fought with heart and hand, to burst in twain the galling chain and free our native land.”The major forum for your nation’s greater role in world affairs is that of protector of the weak and voice of the small, the United Nations. From Cork to the Congo, from Galway to the Gaza Strip, from this legislative assembly to the United Nations, Ireland is sending its most talented men to do the world’s most important work—the work of peace.In a sense, this export of talent is in keeping with an historic Irish role. But you no longer go as exiles and emigrants but for the service of your country and, indeed, of all men. Like the Irish missionaries of medieval days, like the wild geese after the Battle of the Boyne, you are not content to sit by your fireside while others are in need of your help. Nor are you content with the recollections of the past when you face the responsibilities of the present.Twenty-six sons of Ireland have died in the Congo; many others have been wounded. I pay tribute to them and to all of you for your commitment and dedication to world order. And their sacrifice reminds us all that we must not falter now.The United Nations must be fully and fairly financed; its peace-keeping machinery must be strengthened; its institutions must be developed until some day, and perhaps some distant day, a world of law is achieved.Ireland’s influence in the United Nations is far greater than your relative size. You have not hesitated to take the lead on such sensitive issues as the Kashmir dispute, and you sponsored that most vital resolution, adopted by the General Assembly, which opposed the spread of nuclear arms to any nation not now possessing them, urging an international agreement with inspection and control, and I pledge to you that the United States of America will do all in its power to achieve such an agreement and fulfil your resolution.I speak of these matters today not because Ireland is unaware of its role, but I think it important that you know that we know what you have done, and I speak to remind the other small nations that they, too, can and must help build a world peace. They, too, as we all are, are dependent on the United Nations for security, for an equal chance to be heard, for progress towards a world made safe for diversity. The peace-keeping machinery of the United Nations cannot work without the help of the smaller nations, nations whose forces threaten no one and whose forces can thus help create a world in which no nation is threatened.Great powers have their responsibilities and their burdens, but the smaller nations of the world must fulfil their obligations as well. A great Irish poet once wrote:” I believe profoundly in the future of Ireland, that this is an isle of destiny, that that destiny will be glorious, and that when our hour has come we will have something to give to the world.”My friends, Ireland’s hour has come. You have something to give to the world, and that is a future of peace with freedom. Thank you.last_img

May Day celebration for workers and the start of Spring in Greece

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram May Day marks the worldwide celebration of International Workers’ Day, or Labour Day. The date was chosen to commemorate the Haymarket riot, which took place in Chicago on 4 May 1886; it was formally recognised as an annual event at the Second International congress in 1891.In Greece, the first Labour Day demonstration was held in 1893, in Athens, at the initiative of the Central Socialist Society of Stavros Kallergis.Left: Stavros Kallergis Right: A dead demonstrator and his grieving mother in 1936’s riots. Photo: Wikimedia commonsStavros Kallergis was one of the socialist movement’s pioneers in Greece; he had founded the Central Socialist Society in 1890 and, in the same year, had launched the newspaper Socialist. In 1891, along with a few of his close companions, he took a symbolic photograph to commemorate Workers’ Day, while the next year he organised a rather small gathering of protesters.On 1893, the Central Socialist Society called on workers to have a massive demonstration at the Panathenaic Stadium, in the centre of Athens. 1 May fell on a Saturday – then a working day – so Sunday 2 May was chosen instead. Writing about that first worker’s gathering, the Socialist put the crowd at 2,000, while other sources provided lower estimates.Kallergis addressed the crowd and read out a resolution signed by around 500 people, listing their demands for Sunday rest, 8-hour workdays and pensions for those suffering from work-related disabilities. Several months later, the resolution was submitted to the Hellenic Parliament but the Speaker was reluctant to read it, prompting Kallergis’ loud protest and eventual arrest and sentence to ten days in jail.Labour Day was once more celebrated the following year; this time, the Central Socialist Society cooperated with the Workers League of Greece, founded by Platon Drakoulis, who addressed the gathering together with Kallergis. This time, ten people were arrested at the demonstration, including Kallergis. He was acquitted at trial but then decided to flee Greece for France. This was the last time the date was honoured in Greece in the 19th century.In 1 May 1909, a demonstration by Greek, Turkish and Bulgarian workers took place in Thessaloniki (then under Ottoman rule), while in 1919 the General Confederation of Greek Workers (founded the previous year) called for a nationwide general strike, demanding wage indexation, 8-hour workdays and social security. Demonstrations in Athens and Pireaus were massive, despite having been forbidden by the government. 1924 sees the first death at a Labour Day manifestation, organised by the Labour Centre of Athens. A worker was killed and many were injured during the police’s violent response.The bloodiest protest took place in Thessaloniki in 1936. On 29 April, thousands of tobacco workers went on strike, giving rise to multiple demonstrations throughout northern Greece, from 1 to 8 May. A general strike was called in the city of Thessaloniki on 9 May, with massive demonstrations and riots by tobacco and other workers. In the ensuing battle with the police, more than a dozen demonstrators were killed and hundreds injured. The riots came to a close on 14 May, after tobacco industrialists made important concessions and the government agreed to compensate the victims’ families. The photo of a mother mourning over her son’s dead body, published by the newspaper, famously inspired Yiannis Ritsos’ Epitaphios (The Epitaph).In 1942 and 1943, under German occupation, and despite the bans by the occupant forces Authorities, some demonstrations take place on Labour Day, in Athens and Pireaus. May Day 1944 coincides with one of the Nazi occupation’s most tragic events: Two hundred Greek communists were executed at the firing range of the Athens suburb of Kaisariani as reprisal for the killing of a German general and his escorts by Greek Resistance forces.In 1945, Labour Day was celebrated on 10 May at the Panathenaic Stadium. It was the first massive public gathering since the occupation, bringing together tens of thousands of demonstrators. In the years that follow, Labour Day events usually take place indoors and face a number of restrictions by the state. Open demonstrations take place in 1960 and 1963, while in 1967 the Greek military Junta forbids such manifestations. In 1975, after the end of the dictatorship, Labour Day is celebrated in a massive gathering. The date is openly honoured every year since.Source: Greek News Agendalast_img read more

Bubacarr Sanneh Signs for Anderlecht

first_imgBy Yankuba JallowBelgian giants Anderlecht have on Friday completed the signing Gambia’s Bubacarr Sanneh.Foroyaa sports understands that the contract worth 6 million euros.The club made an initial 3.5m euros offer before lodging an improved concrete 4m bid. The club later made a bid believed to be in excess of 5m as Anderlecht look ready to move heaven and earth to prise away the centre-back who joined the Danish champions only six months ago.The Danes’ initial refusal to sell was borne out of the desire to keep their key players for the UEFA Champions League qualifiers.Now that they have been booted out of the tournament after losing to Kazakhstan’s Astana, this made the transfer seeing the Gambian a huge possibility.Anderlecht sees the Bundung-born as a possible like-for-like replacement of Wantaway Senegalese star Kara Mbodji who is on the cusp of departing to seek pastures new elsewhere.last_img read more

Simeone believes that Real are stronger than Barcelona

first_imgAtletico Madrid are about to face Real Madrid in the upcoming derby game and Diego Simeone insisted that he wants to continue chasing Barcelona but the opponent is very strong one.Barcelona are currently leading the standings and Atletico are the only team who can possibly chase them this season but the coach insisted that Real Madrid have even better squad than Barcelona and it will be an extremely tough match.The former Argentina international spoke about the upcoming game as he said, according to Football Espana:“I may be too enthusiastic or a dreamer, but everyone lives their lives as they want, and the only thing that’s crossed my mind and that interests me is to stay on the trail of Barcelona.”Fati and Suarez shine against Valencia at Camp Nou Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 15, 2019 With a mesmerizing first half from Ansu Fati and a brace from Luis Suarez in the second half, Barcelona demolished Valencia at Camp Nou.Valencia…“I’m not thinking about anything else. The Derbi? It touched me when I was playing for first place, eighth, ninth…”“These derbies are always exciting because they’re played with tension and you experience them in the same way as the fans. I can’t imagine it any other way.”“Madrid absolutely have the best XI in the world, if not the best squad. They’ve done great work as a club and they’ve put together a tremendous team, one that’s better than PSG, City and Barcelona, and that’s the strength they have.”last_img read more

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first_imgAccording to Real Simple, Time Inc. made the magazine’s Web site a top priority for 2008. The site will continue to run its existing blogs, including “Adventures in Chaos,” written by the magazine’s managing editor Kristin van Ogtrop, and a wedding blog called “Nearly Wed.” Last year, saw a 50 percent increase in page views over the 2007, with total visits increasing by 68 percent. According to Singer, the refresh will “no doubt” increase the site’s current traffic. has launched a new blog called “Simply Stated,” featuring the work of “top tier bloggers” across categories like food, home and organizing, beauty and style, and life and home. According to executive director Tanya Singer, the bloggers—including a 20-year-old journalist and mother of five whose tech blog includes advice on balancing work and home—were “handpicked as the best names in their respective categories.” Blog content will be unique to Real Simple but will drive traffic to the bloggers’ sites as well, she said. The launch is part of what the magazine calls a “multi-phase online makeover,” leading to a full relaunch in August. last_img read more

Whittier signs contract extending police protection to Girdwood

first_imgCommunity leaders in Girdwood have signed an interim contract with the city of Whittier for police protection for the ski-resort town.Girdwood lost its Alaska State Trooper post in September, due to state budget cuts.Girdwood’s Public Safety Advisory Committee has been working on a plan to bring law enforcement into the community. In April, Girdwood voters approved a service area tax to pay for police protection.The interim contract provides two Whittier police officers for Girdwood through January 22 of next year. A long term, three year contract with Whittier is still in development.last_img read more

SC refuses to interfere with HC order quashing Rs 209 crore

first_imgNEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to interfere with a 2011 order of the Madras High Court quashing a case against former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa and two others for allegedly receiving unaccounted gifts worth over Rs two crore. Jayalalithaa and former minister Azhagu Thirunavukkarasu, who were arrayed as accused by the CBI in the case registered in 1996, have died while the third accused, K A Sengottaiyan, is a minister for school education in the present AIADMK government in Tamil Nadu. Also Read – National Herald case: Officer bearers of Congress were cheats, Subramanian Swamy tells court Advertise With Us Rejecting a CBI plea, a bench of justices R Banumathi and A S Bopanna said since two of the three accused in the case have died and the high court had observed that there was an inordinate delay in filing the case, there is no point in interfering with the 2011 order. Senior advocate Vibha Datta Makhija, appearing for the CBI, said there was no delay in filing the case and the high court had committed an error in quashing the entire case proceedings. Also Read – Dehydrated elephant being given treatment Advertise With Us She contended that the high court order will set a wrong precedent and is liable to be set aside. To this, the bench said in the facts and circumstances of the case and in wake of the observations made by the high court on delay in filing the case, it would not like to interfere with the order of 2011. In 2012, the apex court had sought response from Jayalalithaa and two others after the CBI had challenged a 2011 order of the Madras High Court. Advertise With Us The agency had contended that the high court had not considered various aspects of the case in accordance with law. The high court had on September 30, 2011, after considering the allegation, quashed the entire proceeding and said, “There is absolutely no justification for subjecting the petitioner (Jayalalithaa) to undergo the ordeal of trial after the inordinate and unexplained delay and further continuance of the criminal proceedings pending against her would certainly amount to abuse of process of Court”. The high court had also granted similar relief to Thirunavukkarasu and Sengottaiyan and quashed the proceedings against them. The CBI’s case relates to Jayalalithaa allegedly receiving unaccounted gifts worth around Rs 2.09 crore in 1991. It had said that though the alleged transaction had taken place between 1990 and 1993, the irregularities had come to light only in 1996 and hence there was no delay in filing the case. The probe agency had contended that the case was registered on a letter written by the Director General of Income Tax (Investigation), Chennai which said that Jayalalithaa has disclosed in her income tax returns regarding the gifts including Demand Drafts and cash given to her on the occasion of her birthday totalling to an amount of Rs 2,09,50,012. The CBI had said that the genuineness of the gifts has not been proved and hence on the basis of the letter of the Income Tax department the FIR was registered for the offences under Sections 13(2) r/w 13(1)(e) of the Prevention of Corruption Act. The charge sheet in the case was filed by the CBI in 2006, in which it was stated that investigation was conducted with respect of 89 demand drafts (DDs) and Rs 15 lakh cash. It was stated in the charge sheet that out of 89 DDs purchased in the names of 57 persons, 12 persons were found to be fictitious, 12 persons in whose names DDs were purchased denied the purchase of DDs and 33 persons confirmed the purchase of DDs and presenting them to Jayalalithaa as birthday gifts. Out of these 33 persons, 21 persons, who had gifted DDs, were MLAs, ministers or party leaders appointed as Chairman of Government Corporations and other Government bodies. The allegation as per the charge sheet against Thirunavukkarasu and Sengottaiyan was that both of them were ministers in the Cabinet of Jayalalithaa during the relevant period and provided an amount of Rs 22.53 lakh and Rs 25.50 lakh respectively for the purchase of DDs in favour of then chief minister and presented the same on her birthday in 1992.last_img read more

India SC order puts activists in house arrest till 6 Sep

first_imgDescribing dissent as a safety valve, the Supreme Court on Wednesday directed that the five human rights activists arrested by Pune police should be kept under house arrest until the next date of hearing on 6 September.In a huge relief to the activists, an apex court bench of chief justice Dipak Misra, justice AM Lhanwilkar and justice DY Chandrachiu ordered the house arrest on a petition filed by well-known historian Romila Thapar as well as Devika Jain, Prabhat Patnaik, Satish Deshpande and Maja Dharuwala challenging the Tuesday arrests.Taking a dim view of the crackdown, justice Chandrachud said: “Dissent is a safety valve of democracy. If it is not allowed, the pressure cooker will burst.”Those arrested on Tuesday included Varavara Rao in Hyderabad, Gautam Navlakha in Delhi, Sudha Bharadwaj in Haryana and Arun Ferreira and Vernon Gonzalves in Maharashtra.Chandrachud noted that the arrests had taken place nine months after the activists were linked to the violence at Bhima-Koregaon in Maharashtra.Visibly peeved over the action of the Pune police, the judge said: “Nine months after Koregoan incident you go and arrest these people.””Nomenclature of the petition does not matter,” chief justice Misra said as additional solicitor general Tushar Mehta questioned the maintainability of the petition by Romila Thapar and others, saying “strangers” can’t seek relief for the arrested activists who had already approached the High Court.Telling Mehta that they will hear the matter, justice Chandrachud said: “It is a larger issue as their concern is that you are quelling dissent.”The court issued notice seeking a response from the Centre, Maharashtra and Haryana to the petition by Thapar and other activists and directed the next hearing on 6 September.Noting the submission by senior counsel Abhishek Manu Singhvi that in pursuance of the High Court Navlakha and Bharadwaj have been kept under house arrest and his suggestion that as an interim measure Varavara Rao, Ferreira and Gonsalves, if arrested, too be kept under house arrest at their own home, the court said, “We order accordingly.”The bench clarified: “Needless to say, an interim order is an interim order and all contentions are kept open.”Describing the matter as a “serious issue”, senior counsel Singhvi, appearing for Thapar and others told the court that those who have been arrested were not even named in the FIR lodged after the Bhima-Koregoann incident.Senior counsel Dushyant Dave told the court that the arrested activists had no criminal antecedents.Another senior counsel, Rajeev Dhavan, told the court that one of the arrested lawyers was working in an organisation funded by him and expressed the apprehension that by that measure he too could also be arrested.Indira Jaising said that five lawyers working with her were arrested in June and she may be the next.They were to have been taken to Pune but would now be sent home and put under house arrest.last_img read more

Life death and beyond at 35000 feet

first_imgSource = e-Travel Blackboard: A.N Whilst for most the biggest surprise on an aeroplane consists of finding a piece of much craved chocolate as part of their meal, others are (un)lucky to come out with a book worthy story. Travel metasearch engine, Wego, recently conducted a campaign to find out some of the more unusual airplane occurrences.LifeAlthough mid-air births are more common than deaths, they are still not something I want to experience on my next trip to the Gold Coast, apparently neither do others with some planes rerouting as soon as a woman goes into labour. Wego’s respondents reported seeing women give birth in the aisle, whilst some were lucky enough to be flying with a doctor on board.Citizenship laws for mid-air babies are somewhat grey, according to Wego, who found that the United Nations insists that the child take the citizenship of the country where the aircraft is registered, whilst the US will gift their passport to babies born within 12 nautical miles of the country. Parent’s nationalities are also considered.On the topic of life, a respondent shared that they were on a flight from Vietnam to Singapore with ten European couples returning home with newly adopted babies.DeathAs babies are born, unfortunately some people die on flights as well. Heart attacks were reported as the most common cause of death, with some passengers even stepping in to help out. In one case, an elderly man was lucky to survive after resuscitation procedures were administered on him, whilst a newlywed had to have passengers give her oxygen for almost five hours after the entire cabin crew came down with a stomach bug. The saddest story reported was of a family receiving a postcard relaying a wonderful adventure from their grandmother who unfortunately passed away on her return flight.To ensure the safety (and sanity) of others on board, most airlines will move the deceased body to a spare row of seats and cover them up with a blanket and oxygen mask, whilst Singapore Airlines reportedly is the first and only airline to install a ‘corpse cupboard’ on their A340-500 aircrafts.BeyondWego also found that some passengers experienced beings that enjoyed their flight a little too much. One respondent stated that he felt kicking at the back of his seat which turned out to be empty, and another became infatuated with a woman sitting behind him, only to find that she had disappeared upon runway approach. Births are more common that deaths on flights…luckily?last_img read more

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