OTTAWA — An outside body to investigate allegations of abuse and harassment in amateur sports is hung up on legalities, says Sports Minister Kirsty Duncan.Last week, Duncan announced a new code of conduct for handling abuse allegations in sport, from community teams to national sports organizations, but critics say it’s toothless.Cheryl Hardcastle, a Windsor, Ont., MP and the NDP critic for sport, has been calling for an independent investigative body for some time.“We started out with mandates and codes of conduct and it’s not enough,” said Hardcastle. “It’s not that it’s not working, it’s that it’s not enough to follow through on the complexities of these issues. Some of these investigations that are having to be done by organizations, they’re not even really equipped to do them.”Hardcastle said she thinks Canada should follow the lead of the United States, which has established the U.S. Center for SafeSport. The non-profit organization allows athletes in the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic movement to report sexual abuse, provides information on abuse-prevention techniques and policies, and keeps a public database of coaches and other sports figures disciplined for sexual misconduct.In an emailed statement, Duncan wrote that a third-party mechanism for investigating complaints in Canada is in the works but “legal and jurisdictional issues” need to be considered and that her officials are working with provinces and territories.Duncan also wrote that the outside body will eventually “ensure all athletes can feel safe and confident in disclosing incidents of abuse and be assured their case will be given due process.”Canadian Heritage spokesperson Daniel Savoie said in an email that the federal government already requires that all government-funded sports organizations allow for “access to an independent third party to address harassment and abuse cases.”But establishing that independent body for abuse allegations requires “support and collaboration between federal–provincial/territorial governments and the sport community,” wrote Savoie.Like other provinces, Alberta has been in talks with the federal government about how to reduce abuse in sports and recently hosted Canada’s sports ministers at a conference in Red Deer. They discussed the possibility of “a mechanism to report and monitor incidents of harassment, abuse, and discrimination in sport,” wrote Marion Nadar, a spokesperson for Alberta’s culture ministry.Nadar wrote that the ministry isn’t aware of any legal or jurisdictional obstacles that would prevent the creation of a third-party body to hear complaints.The provincial ministry that handles sport in British Columbia referred questions on the issue to the federal government. Ontario’s ministry condemned abuse in sport and said that province is working on a sports action plan but didn’t answer questions about problems with a third-party investigative body.Duncan’s announcement came shortly after a CBC investigation found over 200 coaches in Canada have been convicted of sexual abuse in the last 20 years and another 34 cases involving coaches are before the courts.—Follow @Dani_Edwards1 on TwitterDanielle Edwards, The Canadian Press
Bharatha Lakshman Premachandra, a former Presidential advisor, and his bodyguards were murdered in October 2011 ahead of elections held at the time.Duminda Silva was also injured in the incident and he sought treatment overseas but he was accused of being involved in the killing. However the fifth suspect was not in court when the verdict was issued as he was reported missing. Former Parliamentarian Duminda Silva was today sentenced to death in the Bharatha Lakshman murder case.The Colombo High Court issued the death sentence on five convicts when the verdict over the death was announced today. The High Court issued the death sentence on the 1st, 3rd, 7th, 10th and 11th accused. The convicts will serve life in prison as the death sentence is not implemented in Sri Lanka. (Colombo Gazette)
AURORA, Ont. — Auto parts manufacturer Magna International says it has struck a multi-year collaboration with rideshare company Lyft to jointly fund, develop and manufacture self-driving systems at scale.Aurora, Ont.-based Magna says the co-developed self-driving systems could be used on Lyft’s rideshare network as well as across the automotive industry.Carmakers have less than a decade to reinvent themselves or die, warns Sergio MarchionneLyft being watched closely by transit officials in Toronto following ride-hailing app’s launchThe partners say Lyft will take the lead on developing the self-driving system at its engineering centre in Palo Alto, Calif., while Magna will lead manufacturing and contribute knowledge in vehicle systems, safety and other areas.The companies say they will share jointly created intellectual property and use data from Lyft’s eight billion kilometres travelled per year on its network to improve the systems.Magna says the scalable technology is expected to be market-ready over the next few years.The company says that as part of the partnership, it will also invest US$200 million in Lyft equity, subject to regulatory approval.
by The Canadian Press Posted Jun 27, 2016 6:34 pm MDT Last Updated Jun 27, 2016 at 7:40 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email B.C. government, Vancouver to collaborate on creating empty homes tax VANCOUVER – The provincial government will look into taxing empty homes in a bid to increase affordable housing across B.C.Finance Minister Mike de Jong says government staff will work with the City of Vancouver to develop a proposal for the vacancy tax soon, with discussions focusing on how to figure out which homes are empty.De Jong met with Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson Monday to discuss the potential levy after Robertson said last week that the city will move forward on the tax plan with or without the province’s help.Robertson says a higher property tax on vacant homes would create an incentive for owners to rent, creating more available units in the city where the rental vacancy rate is 0.6 per cent.He says the city will still move forward with imposing a business tax on vacant homes if it cannot come to an agreement with the province.Both men say affordable housing is a serious problem across the province and that the proposed tax is just one of many issues that need to be taken in order to address the issue.
“Forests are integral to the post-2015 development agenda,” Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said in his message for the Day. “To build a sustainable, climate-resilient future for all, we must invest in our world’s forests.”At least 1.6 billion people directly depend on forests for food, fuel, shelter and income, but everyone benefits from the clean air, water, and climate regulation that forests provide, Mr. Ban said. Three fourths of freshwater, crucial for human survival, comes from forested catchments. Healthy forests are also critical for building resilience – the ability to bounce back from storms and other natural disasters. Mangrove forests, when left intact, reduce loss of life and damage caused by tsunamis.“Sustaining healthy forests and mitigating and adapting to climate change are two sides of the same coin. Forests are the largest storehouses of carbon after oceans,” the UN chief said, stressing that forests are on the “front lines” of climate change. Forests can absorb and store carbon in their biomass, soils and products, equivalent to about one-tenth of carbon emissions projected for the first half of this century. At the same time, deforestation and land-use changes account for 17 per cent of human-generated carbon dioxide emissions. A special event on the occasion of the International Day was held at UN Headquarters today with Manoel Sobral Filho, Director of the UN Forum on Forests Secretariat, delivering opening remarks. In the ensuing discussion, three films ranging on topics from the green economy to sustainable development were screened and a panel discussion was held on ‘Forest-based solutions for climate mitigation and adaptation.’ “As the world’s population grows, demand for forest goods and services continues to increase. The dividends from forest stewardship will benefit us, and future generations,” Mr. Filho said.In a news release, Wu Hongbo, Under-Secretary-General for Economic and Social Affairs, said the benefits that forests provide are incalculable. “Forests drive economic development and prosperity, provide jobs and livelihoods, and at the same time, promote health and well-being. Proven solutions exist to create the future we want; investing in our forests is a pathway to transformative sustainable development.”“Forests are central to the global effort to meet the climate change challenge, eradicate poverty and realise a sustainable century,” said Christiana Figueres, Executive Secretary of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change.“The new universal climate agreement to be inked in Paris at the end of the year needs to put in place a swift peaking of global emissions, a deep decarbonisation of the world-wide economy and climate neutrality in the second half of the century,” she stated. “This will not be possible without smarter and more sustainable ways of managing existing forests and the restoration and expansion of many lost and degraded ones.”The International Day of Forests is dedicated to raising awareness of the importance of all types of forests and trees outside forests. Global celebrations will range from community-level tree-planting events, to publication of new forest data and analysis, as well as cultural activities featuring art, photographs and film festivals.
The Buffalo Bills probably need to beat the New England Patriots if they want to secure a playoff spot, but it didn’t have to be that way. As you’ll see in the video above, their odds would be higher if they hadn’t messed around and benched Tyrod Taylor, who’s been surprisingly good, a few weeks back.
The past few months have seen a sharp increase in the number of Greeks taking their own lives, according to a non governmental organization that runs a suicide helpline.The number of suicides “have doubled if not tripled” over the past year, Aris Violatzis of Klimaka said.Violatzis said the rate had increased to more than two suicides per day this year, compared to one per day in 2009. And these are just the suicides that are recorded, Violatzis said. The real number was likely to be higher as the stigma attached to suicide means they are often not reported. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
Top Movies and TV Panels to Keep on Your Radar for SDCC 2019’The Flash’ Season 5 Finale Recap: 2 Big Bads and 1 Pre-Crisis Sometimes you think you know what you want from The Flash. These past few weeks, the most enjoyable arcs have been watching Ralph and Sherloque play detective and watching Caitlin solve the mystery of her father. But with everything going on with Nora, Iris and Barry, those stories haven’t been given the time they deserve. Well, this week they were given the spotlight and it almost didn’t matter at all. We met a cool (sorry) new villain, and… that’s about it.Cisco uses his hacking skills to track down Caitlin’s father, who’s been hiding out in the North Pole. Why they needed an elite level hacker to figure out where the ice guy was hiding isn’t explained, but sure, why not? To the episode’s credit, it gets to the point pretty quickly. Thomas Snow, and Caitlin as a child, had ALS. Killer Frost was the cure. Thomas says a split personality never manifested in him, so he’s still dying while Caitlin isn’t. Caitlin takes him back to S.T.A.R. Labs, a place he’s recently started spying on so he could keep up with his daughter. No red flags here. Caitlin realizes she can save her father by making a serum out of some of her cells. With the help of a Department of Defense laser cooler which can bring temperatures down to absolute zero.Danielle Panabaker as Caitlin Snow and Kyle Secor as Dr. Thomas Snow (Photo Credit: Katie Yu/The CW)Cisco is the only one who’s not entirely on board with this plan, which should tell you right away that he’s right. Hacking into a DoD system to break his friends in doesn’t sit right. He uses his limited remaining Vibe powers to follow up on his hunch. He’s not just reacting poorly to an experimental cure. He’s hiding his own dual personality with skin grafts. He’s using his daughter to get access to the serum. This news doesn’t go over well with Caitlin, who doesn’t want to believe the person she’s worked so hard to find isn’t her dad. When nobody listens to him, he storms out, which leads Barry to utter the most dreaded sentence in any episode of The Flash. “Dude, we need to talk.” Well, we made it this far without a trip to the talk-hallway. That’s an accomplishment at least.Fortunately, we’re not here to rehash a lesson we’ve already learned. Except maybe be a little more delicate when delivering the news that your friend’s father is a secret supervillain. In any case, the bluntness worked. Caitlin can’t shake the feeling that her father’s story doesn’t add up. Especially once she realizes what effect the serum will actually have. If administered to someone while in their icy alter ego, it will make that personality permanent, losing the original forever. That’s what Icicle, as he calls himself, is after. He wants to get rid of Caitlin’s father forever, then eventually do the same to her as Killer Frost.Grant Gustin as Barry Allen and Danielle Panabaker as Caitlin Snow (Photo Credit: Jeff Weddell/The CW)Ultimately, this episode just kicks the can down the road in all of its stories. It ends up feeling like filler. The bright side is, at least for this Killer Frost plot, it at least gives Killer Frost a deeper, more emotionally charged backstory. Yes, it’s a retcon, but it’s a necessary one considering how much we’re supposed to care about the relationship between Caitlin and her other personality. It gives us a reason to get invested in Caitlin’s journey to get Killer Frost back. That will likely make future episodes that focus on this arc better. For this episode though, there’s not much here. There’s a very brief fight, which doesn’t involve The Flash at all, and then Icicle escapes. The one bright side is that Caitlin seeing her friends in mortal danger triggers a strong enough emotional reaction to bring Killer Frost out. DeVoe didn’t destroy her, he just suppressed her. Killer Frost is still there. It’s always fun to watch Danielle Panabaker play this character, and it’s easily the highlight of the episode here. As Killer Frost defends her friends and blasts her father with ice, it’s the episode’s only real moment where I was actually excited to be watching.If the Killer Frost arc passed the buck to future episodes, the rest of the episode was pure filler. Since the main story only involved Barry, Caitlin and Cisco, the episode had to find something for the rest of the cast to do. And boy do their plots feel like busywork here. At least it’s fun busywork. The rest of Team Flash splits up to try and figure out Cicada’s identity. I’ll just spoil this now: They don’t. First Ralph and Cecile team up to get a list of people treated by FEMA after the satellites fell. Cecile finds her confidence as the badass intimidating D.A. again, and they uncover some insurance fraud. Not the most exciting mystery, but Cecile and Ralph make such a fun pairing, I don’t mind. Their back-and-forth banter gives the episode some much needed comedy. Also, I’m just glad someone finally comments on Ralph’s nose thing. “That’s nasty. Please stop.” Cecile’s the best part of this episode.Tom Cavanagh as Sherloque Wells, Jessica Parker Kennedy as XS and Candice Patton as Iris West – Allen (Photo Credit: Jeff Weddell/The CW)The Nora-Iris story is sweet in its own way. Hearing about how cool her mom is, and seeing her jump off a building to save The Flash, has Nora fully enraptured by Iris. She wants to spend all her time with her mom, and do things the way she did them during that one episode where Iris was a speedster. God, remember that? The best episode of last season? Man, I’d like to see more of that. Anyway, they find the core of the satellite that created all these new metas and meta tech, including Cicada’s dagger. Combining that information with the FEMA list Cecile and Ralph got, they still don’t quite get to Cicada’s identity. But they do find his daughter. Guess we’ll have to wait until next week (at least) to see the next step.This episode definitely had some fun moments, but it just felt like the show was filling time. It had about two scenes that absolutely had to happen, and tried to stretch them out to an entire hour. In the end, what good moments there were marred by the episode dragging its feet before a holiday weekend. Even the Cicada scenes were just more of the same. He kills a meta who’s been carving people up, sustaining a few injuries himself. There’s a sympathetic nurse he’s working with, but he asks her not to treat him. The injuries are making him stronger. That could be interesting in the future, but for now, it’s not telling us anything new. Still, I can’t get too annoyed with this episode. There have certainly been worse hours of filler on The Flash. At least we got to see Killer Frost in this one.The Flash airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on The CW.Previously on The Flash Stay on target The Flash: Season 5, Episode 5 Recap The Flash: Season 5, Episode 4 Recap The Flash: Season 5, Episode 3Recap
New Delhi: The Supreme Court Wednesday directed the Meghalaya government to deposit the Rs 100 crore fine imposed on it by the NGT for failing to curb illegal coal mining with the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB). A bench of Justices Ashok Bhushan and K M Joseph directed the state administration to hand over the illegally extracted coal to Coal India Limited (CIL) which will auction it and deposit the funds with the state government. Also Read – National Herald case: Officer bearers of Congress were cheats, Subramanian Swamy tells court Advertise With Us The bench also allowed the mining operation to go on in the state on the privately and community-owned land subject to the permissions from the concerned authorities. The National Green Tribunal had fined the Meghalaya government on January 4. During the hearing, the state government had admitted that a large number of mines were operating illegally in the northeastern state. Also Read – Dehydrated elephant being given treatment Advertise With Us A total of 15 miners were trapped on December 13 last year in an illegal coal mine at Ksan in East Jaintia Hills district of Meghalaya, about 3.7 km deep inside a forest, when water from the nearby Lytein river gushed into it. Only two bodies have been recovered from the mine so far. The apex court had earlier refused to allow miners to transport extracted coal lying at various sites in Meghalaya.
Listen 00:00 /50:26 To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: X On Friday’s Houston Matters: A trial is wrapping up over whether a question about a person’s citizenship status should be included in the 2020 Census. NPR’s Hansi Lo Wang brings us the latest and discusses how the outcome could impact Texas.Also this hour: Journalist Jeff Guinn explores Houston’s connection to the Jonestown massacre, which happened 40 years ago Sunday. He’s the author of The Road to Jonestown: Jim Jones and the Peoples Temple.Then, our non-experts break down The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly of the news.And Chef David Cordúa discusses his new program on Houston Public Media, TV 8, called The Houston Cookbook, which showcases the rich diversity of Houston’s culture and food.We offer a daily podcast here, on iTunes, Stitcher and other podcasting apps. This article is part of the Houston Matters podcast Share
He also thinks that there is some potential for quantum information processing. “An atomic system has very good coherence properties, but the dynamics are slow. In solid state systems, the dynamics are faster, but the coherence is washed out in a shorter time. Maybe atoms could be used as quantum memory and the solid state system as a fast quantum processor.” Treutlein pauses and then laughs. “But I’m not sure yet if that would work. Our main focus isn’t really on building a quantum computer.”But what he and his colleagues are building is interesting enough on its own. “This hybrid quantum system, if it works like we think it will, would give us great insight into fundamental physics.” In an email, Treutlein expounds: “For example, we would like to see whether one can use the Bose-Einstein condensate, composed of a few thousand atoms, to engineer the quantum state of the resonator, composed of several billions of atoms, and how such a large quantum system behaves.”The work has its challenges, though. “We have to be able to prepare the mechanical oscillator at very low temperatures to see quantum effects. And we have to combine the state of the art technology from quantum optics and solid-state physics, which is very challenging,” Treutlein admits. “We are looking into the long-term here.”“Even though we’ve proposed a theory,” he explains, “we mostly work experimentally, so we see both sides. We know how difficult this might be to realize in the laboratory. But it also means that we try very hard to make realistic assumptions.”He continues: “It seems to us that we could make such a hybrid quantum system a reality. But it doesn’t mean it’s easy.”Visit the Munich Atom Chip Group at www.munichatomchip.de/Copyright 2007 PhysOrg.com. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in whole or part without the express written permission of PhysOrg.com. The atom without properties Citation: Combining solid-state physics with quantum optics (2007, October 19) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2007-10-combining-solid-state-physics-quantum-optics.html One of the more interesting advances in science is the use of the atom chip. As the demands of technology require smaller and smaller components, studying the fundamentals of physics at the quantum level will become increasingly important. The Munich Atom Chip Group, under the direction of Theodor Hänsch at the University of Munich and the Max-Planck-Institute of Quantum Optics is working to find ways to learn more about physics at the most fundamental levels. Explore further “We have studied in detail whether it is possible to prepare cold atoms close to a solid state chip surface without losing coherence properties,” Philipp Treutlein, a member of the research group, tells PhysOrg.com. “We showed that it is possible to prepare coherent superpositions of atomic quantum states at only a few micrometers distance from a solid surface.” The next step, he says, is to “put something interesting on the surface and see how it will interact with the atoms, and whether the interaction reveals quantum effects.” The result? A hybrid quantum system that would allow physicists to explore interactions between solid state systems and quantum optical systems – and possibly lead to other, more specific applications. Treutlein and his coauthors, David Hunger, Stephan Camerer and Theodor Hänsch from the University of Munich, as well as Jakob Reichel at the Kastler Brossel Laboratory in Paris, discuss their theory in a piece titled, “Bose-Einstein Condensate Coupled to a Nanomechanical Resonator on an Atom Chip,” published in Physical Review Letters.Treutlein emphasizes that right now this hybrid quantum system is at the theoretical stage. “We are experimentalists, though,” he says, “and we are working with the solid-state physics group of Professor [Jörg] Kotthaus to get it to work in the laboratory.” The hybrid system the group is investigating is composed of Bose-Einstein condensed atoms and a nanomechanical cantilever resonator. “We take a small cantilever, a nano-sized cantilever, and put a small magnet on the tip. When the cantilever vibrates, it shakes the magnet, and thus generates an oscillatory magnetic field. This oscillatory field couples to the spin of the atoms which are hovering above the cantilever tip, inducing spin flips,” Treutlein explains. “The spin flips are the signal which we will detect, and they give us information about the coupling” between the solid-state cantilever and the atoms.Treutlein believes there is potential for future applications of this work. “We’re only at the very beginning of exploring this system experimentally,” he points out. “When we see what the fundamental dynamics are, and whether it works, we can decide on specific applications.” But he does think that such hybrid systems could be useful sensors for magnetic fields. 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.
Facebook Comments Related posts:Adiós, El Chapo VIDEO: Hilarious parody of ‘El Chapo’ prison escape Talk of ‘Yankee imperialism’ rankles US Embassy in San José Did Delta Force help capture El Chapo? US role yet to be detailed It seems like you can find anything on social media these days – including the apparent lifestyles of family members of Mexico’s biggest drug capos.Following the high-profile arrest Saturday morning by Mexican authorities of Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, the U.S.’ most-wanted drug trafficker and head of the infamous Sinaloa cartel, Guatemalan newspaper Prensa Libre and other media appear to have tracked down two of Guzmán’s children, Iván and Alfredo Guzmán Salazar, on Twitter.The two men are Guzmán’s sons from his first of at least three marriages, and while they were cautious enough (mostly) not to publish photos of themselves, some repeating patterns emerge about their social lives: guns in movie theaters, off-road racing, flashy cars, narcocorridos, wild animals as pets, and lots of women. Oh, and also Mike Tyson.Of course we have no way of independently confirming the accounts actually belong to Guzmán’s sons, but there also isn’t much indicating they don’t.The tweets stopped last November, perhaps after – according to Prensa Libre – the Mexican Public Prosecutor’s Office said the Twitter photos could be used as evidence of wrongdoing.Then again, with things as they are in the Wild Western city of Culiacán, does it really matter?UPDATE: Costa Rica’s Diario Extra reports that Guzman’s sons have ties to a well-known businessman in Costa Rica.Diario Extra reported Sunday night that a known Costa Rican businessman in the northern city of San Carlos met with Guzmán’s sons in an upscale home in the Northern Zone.The report also states that Costa Rican authorities opened an investigation of Sinaloa cartel activity in Costa Rica in 2011, and “El Chapo” himself may have visited the country on at least two occasions, crossing the northern border with Nicaragua under a fake name. The story goes on to say that the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration believed the Sinaloa cartel operated its Central America operations out of Costa Rica.The Tico Times attempted to contact Public Security Minister Mario Zamora and Vice Minister Celso Gamboa to confirm the report, but was unable to reach them by phone Sunday night. Stay tuned, we’ll keep you posted.Meanwhile, here are some of those tweets:https://twitter.com/AlfredoGuzma/status/395692752240787456https://twitter.com/AlfredoGuzma/status/389175524930498560https://twitter.com/AlfredoGuzma/status/385951826580762624https://twitter.com/AlfredoGuzma/status/379398014462205952https://twitter.com/AlfredoGuzma/status/379384046876233728https://twitter.com/AlfredoGuzma/status/383388923289796608https://twitter.com/AlfredoGuzma/status/380706036035776512https://twitter.com/AlfredoGuzma/status/379966991798259713
The ferry service between Puntarenas and Playa Naranjo, in the Nicoya Peninsula, will resume just on time for vacationers heading to North Pacific beaches during the Easter Holy Week break, the Public Works and Transport Ministry (MOPT) confirmed Monday.Strong winds and a choppy sea destroyed the bridge and dock ramp to access the ferry in Playa Naranjo on March 8, forcing ferry owner Coonatramar to suspend the service.MOPT’s Marine and Ports director Luis Fernando Coronado said in statement that construction had begun on a temporary dock, and it was expected to be ready within two weeks.Early on Monday, work crews began transporting materials to Playa Naranjo for the repair, estimated to cost ₡67 million (some $124,000).Later this week work also will begin on a brand new dock next to the current one. The project was awarded in a public bid to private construction company Nautica JJ S.A.The new dock will cost ₡300 million ($556,000) “and will be fully operational in two and a half months, if weather conditions are favorable,” MOPT’s statement added.The temporary dock will be removed once the new one is ready, Coronado said.Alternate routes to get from Puntarenas to Playa Naranjo include taking the Puntarenas-Paquera ferry and then traveling by road to Playa Naranjo. The trip on a gravel road takes up to two hours.Traveling by road from the capital takes around six hours. Related posts:Ferry service between Puntarenas and Playa Naranjo to resume in 3 weeks Ferry service between Puntarenas and Playa Naranjo to restart on Sunday Tambor ferry back on schedule Paquera ferry adjusts schedule Facebook Comments
Related posts:5 questions for a Costa Rican filmmaker – ‘It’s important to leave people thinking’ ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’: Baby, it was born to run 5 questions for a Costa Rica band – ‘We all have our own chaos’ 5 questions for Cuban pianist Leonardo Gell – ‘I believe in love and effort’ See also: 5 questions for a Costa Rican filmmakerNatalia Arias has had quite a year. The actress – who hails from Coronado, north of San José – followed up her first film apperance in the 2009 film “Gestación,” directed by Esteban Ramírez, with a lead performance this year in the latest Ramírez film, “Presos.” This project won not only the Best Film award at Colombia’s Santander Film Festival, but also the Best Actress award for Arias. The 28-year-old is a multitasker: she has been a theater actress since 2006, is a radio broadcaster for Costa Rican radio station Los 40 Principales, and has participated in several information campaigns with the Ministry of Public Education and National Road Safety Council (COSEVI), among others. She studied Performing Arts at the University of Costa Rica (UCR) and journalism at San Judas University.The Tico Times sat down with Arias at the radio booth of Los 40 Principales to talk about what is it like to be onstage and in front of the camera. Excerpts follow.How did your love for acting start, and what has kept you there?Theater has given me the basis for everything. It is connected to almost everything I do, everything in my life, even who I’m with. It has a direct effect on life itself: [it has helped me] to be more sensitive and observant. And it has helped me incredibly with my film career, because, here in Costa Rica, there are no acting schools for film. All the tools I’ve obtained and explored have been thanks to the theater, the plays I have performed in, the classes I have taken, the directors I have worked with, and workshops I have attended.What is the main difference between acting in theater and in a film?The greatest difference is that while acting in film, you are more welcome to make a mistake. Scenes can be edited, or the director can just say “Cut, let’s do another take.” I think it is more difficult to act in the theater, because you are performing live. If you make a mistake or forget the script, that is the one take, you can’t redo it. There’s no going back. That is a great training process, because you must have consistency and patience. You must not give up if something is not the way you want it.In films you can have an editing process and choose the scenes you want. To me, the editing process is a wonder, and hardly anyone recognizes the editor! Which is a shame, because he or she is the one who creates the final product.The difficulty of acting in a film is the concentration you must have in front of the cameras. Behind the cameras there are a lot of people doing a lot of things, so you have to focus and avoid watching the cameraman, or the director’s gestures, or people in charge of the makeup or the outfits. You must always keep your concentration, and I’m so absent-minded, so one my biggest challenges is not getting lost when it comes to what they are asking me to do. The other thing is that in films, scenes are not filmed in sequence, so it is a challenge to know what part of the story you are in, to know the line of character, where it comes and where it goes. Maybe you have to film one scene where you are supposed to be mad at you father, but in the scene you film before it wasn’t like that.How did you come to work in your first movie, “Gestación”?Actually, it’s a pretty curious story. I wasn’t going to be part of it, I did audition, but the character of Alba was already chosen. Actually, it was one of my friends! Bu she had to travel to Argentina and couldn’t act in the movie… and Esteban asked for recommendations of actresses at the university, and I went to a casting. Adriana Alvarez [the lead] was there, and we got along really well from the first moment.“Presos” was a great opportunity, but I also see it as an exchange. I promised Esteban I was going to give him really good material, and he was going to direct me on the right path. Also, I’m familiar with his way of working, so that was really helpful too.Do you identify with your character in “Presos”?Yes, absolutely. Victoria is a woman who is trying to break down barriers. She is looking for her own freedom. I identify with her because she is an empowered woman who makes her own decisions and takes risks. I’m a really intense person. I’m always taking the risk of… living, and that is living! To not know what will happen, but do it anyway. I’d also say that I’m in the search of my own sovereignty, independence. I mean, I work here [in the booth] with these five men, and sometimes they make chauvinistic comments or have strong personalities, so you have to put a stop to what you don’t like, what you’re not comfortable with, and Victoria has that. She stops her boyfriend, stops her father, and thereby gets others to respect her. I, too, have a strong personality, and I always get people’s respect.How does acting complement with your work as a radio broadcaster, and in the future where do you see yourself (radio, theater, films)?I’d say that both in theater and film, there’s always the possibility to create new characters. On the radio, you are like a character: sometimes I’m really tired or feel ill or I don’t feel like talking to anybody, and you can’t show that in front of the microphone, so you basically have to create a character. I’m a really expressive person. I really like to talk, and to communicate my ideas, and in theater and radio there is a lot of improvisation.I have always said that I love the radio, but is just one of my many facets. I don’t think I see myself on a morning radio program in five years. I love it, but I’ve already been doing it for a while. I do see myself doing theater for the rest of my life, because it is what keeps me happy. It is what keeps my heart full of passion. It is a really deep feeling of love. I’ve always said that theater is love and hate, because sometimes you get mad and say, “I don’t want to do this shit anymore, it demands a lot of sacrifice,” but then you come back.Read other “Weekend Arts Spotlight” interviews here.Our “Weekend Arts Spotlight” presents Sunday interviews with artists who are from, working in, or inspired by Costa Rica, ranging from writers and actors to dancers and musicians. Do you know of an artist we should consider, whether a long-time favorite or an up-and-comer? 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THAI and Airbus sign agreement for new joint venture MROTHAI and Airbus sign agreement for new joint venture MROGeneral Prayut Chan-o-cha, Prime Minister of Thailand presided over the signing ceremony agreement between Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI) and Airbus to establish a new joint venture maintenance and overhaul (MRO) facility at U-Tapao International Airport near Bangkok. The agreement was signed by Mrs. Usanee Sangsingkeo, THAI Acting President and Mr. Eric Schulz, Airbus Chief Commercial Officer; and was witnessed by Dr. Somkid Jatusripitak, Deputy Prime Minister and Mr. Guillaume Faury, President Airbus Commercial Aircraft at Airbus headquarters in Toulouse.The new MRO will be one of the most modern and extensive in the Asia-Pacific region, offering heavy maintenance and line services for all wide body aircraft types. The state-of-the-art facility will feature the latest digital technologies to analyze aircraft maintenance data, as well as advanced inspection techniques, including the use of drones to monitor aircraft airframes. The MRO complex will also have specialized repair shops, including for composite structures, as well as a maintenance training center offering extensive courses for technical personnel from Thailand and overseas.THAI and Airbus have undertaken an extensive evaluation to validate the business plan for this project. THAI and Airbus aim to develop one of the most advanced and efficient aircraft maintenance centers anywhere in the world. This venture will bring significant economic benefit for THAI and will be a major driver in the development of the wider aerospace sector in Thailand. The MRO will also contribute to the success of Thailand’s new eastern economic zone. With the fleet of wide body aircraft in the Asia-Pacific region set to triple to around 4,800 aircraft over the next 20 years, the project clearly represents a sound business opportunity for THAI and Airbus.The joint venture between Airbus and THAI will be located at U-Tapao International Airport, at the heart of Thailand’s Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC). The EEC is a core part of the Thai government’s Thailand 4.0 policy, designed to develop world class innovative technology-based manufacturing and services in the country.Source = Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI)
Former retail businessman Christos Orphanides is to serve the full six years in jail handed down to him after having been found guilty on multiple counts of issuing bad cheques.The supreme court recently dismissed more than 110 appeals filed by Orphanides, and upheld the previous sentences imposed by criminal courts.In its judgment, the supreme court said the criminal cases concerned dozens of cases of cheques that bounced which, according to the defendant’s own admission, were to the tune of €30m of which €20m is still unpaid.Previously, in separate cases Orphanides had been sentenced to 28 months and 30 months imprisonment. Also, in September 2017 he had been sentenced to 14 months in jail, for an aggregate time served of 72 months.The sentences ran sequentially.Orphanides, 67, boss of the eponymous supermarket chain, then appealed the sentences on the grounds that they were excessive and that, being sequential, they violated the totality principle.The totality principle applies when a court imposes multiple sentences and imprisonment. It ‘requires a judge who is sentencing an offender for a number of offences to ensure that the aggregation of the sentences appropriate for each offence is a just and appropriate measure of the total criminality involved.’The supreme court rejected both these grounds. In its decision, it stressed the “serious criminal activity of the appellant [Orphanides] and the grave consequences on his multiple counterparties, on transactions and on the market.“Under the circumstances,” the court said, “it is our view that under the especially severe circumstances of the case, overturning the sequential sentences would neutralise the desired deterrence and communicate the opposite message, namely that crime does pay.”Dozens of suppliers sued Orphanides for issuing them bad cheques.At its height, the supermarket chain operated 29 outlets plus three shopping malls in Nicosia, Limassol and Paphos.The business began unravelling in late 2012. You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoGundry MD PrebioThrive Probiotic SupplementCardiologist: This Is What Happens When You Eat GlutenGundry MD PrebioThrive Probiotic SupplementUndo Three arrested in connection with hotel theftsUndoCruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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