Canada’s history with minority governments is a colourful one, featuring everything from feuding factions to harmonious collaboration. In fact, some of the country’s most critical legislation was shaped and passed by minority governments.As British Columbia faces the prospect of its first minority government in 65 years, here’s a look back at a few notable examples of minority governments at both the federal and provincial level:OTTAWA 2008In December 2008, fresh off an election victory that established a second consecutive minority government, Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper was dealing with a parliamentary revolt over his proposal to end subsidies for political parties.The Liberals and NDP banded together to fight the effort and soon won the temporary support of the Bloc Quebecois. The coalition of the three parties would have been enough to oust Harper and replace him with Liberal Leader Stephane Dion as prime minister.But Harper forestalled the move by asking Gov. Gen. Michaelle Jean to prorogue the Commons. In an open letter written before she left her post, Jean reflected on the decision as “a moment in our political history that very likely made the population question our system and how our institutions function.”In the end, Jean granted Harper’s request and, eventually, the coalition fell apart.____SASKATCHEWAN 1999When Premier Roy Romanow called an election in 1999, pundits predicted the veteran politician would cruise to a third majority government.When the ballots were counted, however, Romanow and his party got a shock — they had lost all their previously held rural seats and were one seat short of a majority.Romanow quickly struck a deal with three Liberals to secure their support for his government, a move that did not go without internal criticism at the time.”I’m so mad I could bite the ground,” Saskatchewan Liberal Party president Rod MacDonald fumed, adding he had not been consulted about the deal. ”These guys have completely sold out their constituents.”The arrangement allowed Romanow to stay on as premier until he voluntarily stepped down in 2001.____ONTARIO 1985Newly minted Conservative Leader Frank Miller had little reason to expect problems when he called an election. His party had comfortably ruled the province for more than a decade and internal polling suggested another slim majority was well within the party’s grasp.But on top of attacks on his authority from within his caucus and a power struggle among his staff, Miller faced an upbeat Liberal Leader David Peterson and the New Democrats led by Bob Rae.On election night, Miller’s government secured only four more seats than the Opposition Liberals and Rae soon brokered a deal with Peterson.The accord stated the NDP would agree to support a Liberal government for two years, while the Liberals promised to implement some NDP policies. It prompted one of the most productive legislative sessions in Ontario history.____OTTAWA 1963When Lester Pearson led the Liberals to victory with a minority government, few imagined he would be ushering in a time of unlikely political stability and productivity.Political scientists point to Pearson’s consecutive minority mandates in 1963 and 1965 as times of considerable accomplishment, thanks to close collaborations with the New Democrats.Between the two sessions, Pearson helped bring in medicare, the Canada Pension Plan and the Canada Assistance Plan for poorer provinces.He was instrumental in bringing Quebec into the Liberal fold during this time, promoting bilingualism and biculturalism and bringing in the Maple Leaf flag to replace the old Red Ensign.The accomplishments are made more striking by the fact that Pearson, to this day, is tied with Mackenzie King for the narrowest minority government. King in 1921 and Pearson in 1965 each fell three seats shy of a majority.____
APTN National NewsThe opening day of the Assembly of First Nations special assembly kicked off Tuesday in Winnipeg.Over the next three days chiefs from across the country will meet and elect a new leader.The AFN says 639 chiefs are eligible to vote.Three hundred had registered by Tuesday morning.APTN’s Tim Fontaine has more.
Kahente Horn-Miller. Submitted photo.Tom FennarioAPTN NewsLast Saturday Kahente Horn-Miller’s weekend was interrupted by a text message from her 25-year-old daughter Karonhioko’he.It read: “What can I do about this?”Karonhioko’he was contacted on social media by a filmmaker writing a script based on her name. The filmmaker wanted to know how to pronounce “Karonhioko’he” and was searching for more details regarding Mohawk culture.“You’re mining our language for profit, and it has to stop,” is how Horn-Miller describes her immediate reaction.The 46-year-old Kanien’kehà:ka (Mohawk) woman from Kahnawà:ke Mohawk Territory became further incensed when the filmmaker responded to the family’s concerns by stating “names aren’t covered by copyright law”.“When you are appropriating our names, and misusing them and misrepresenting us, that’s a whole other level of insult,” said Horn-Miller.This is because Kanien’kehà:ka custom places a great importance on naming newborns.“We are all supposed to have our own individual names, none of us are supposed to have the same names, which is a very different tradition in western society where multiple people have the same names,” explained Horn-Miller.“So when a baby is born it’s up to the family to help find the name. It’s a spiritual process because the name is associated with the birth of a child and the circumstances around the birth, the name comes out of our relationship, or that baby’s relationship to the natural world when they arrive.”For example, the name Karonhioko’he translates as “she takes the sky out of the water,” which was bestowed upon her after consultation with clan mothers. Which for Horn-Miller, begs the question, how did the filmmaker come across the name in the first place?“I went looking and we found this website ‘behindthename.com’, based out of British Columbia and lo and behold there was her name. And there was my name, and my sister Waneek’s name, and my mother’s name, and my niece’s name,” said Horn-Miller, who says the website complied when asked to have the names removed.“I’m encouraging other Indigenous people to look at the site, find other sites, and encourage them to take these names down because of how important they are to our people,” said Horn-Miller.When asked under what circumstances a non-Indigenous artist could incorporate Indigenous culture into their work, Horn-Miller said it must start with permission first.“You go to a community and say, ‘hey, I’m writing this script, I’d like to write about your people are you willing to share anything with me about this? There’s protocols around this, where we need to be asked first, not last,” explained Horn-Miller, who is an assistant professor at the School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies at Carleton University.“For example at the university, we have very strict guidelines on how to do ethical research, where you now have to go to a community, you have to ask, ‘can I do this research in this community,’ then ‘can you help me do this, what kind of questions should I ask, who do I need to ask, what kind of research is useful to you? How can I give back?’ These are things we’re asking in the university, but this is not happening in artistic fields.”Horn-Miller isn’t the only one to articulate these thoughts. In his 2018 reference book, Elements of Indigenous Style Cree publisher and university professor Gregory Younging outlines twenty-two principles of culturally appropriate publishing practices, which include seeking permission, collaboration, not assuming copyright or public domain over oral stories or traditions, and sharing royalties with communities when using aspects of their culture.“Don’t just take our stories and tell them and think that it’s right and it’s okay, because it’s not,” said Horn-Miller, who added that the filmmaker has agreed to remove references to Karonhioko’he’s name from the script.However, Horn-Miller has since found a novel where her name and that of her sister’s is used. Despite her frustration, Horn-Miller hopes speaking about these incidents will deter people in the future from committing cultural appropriation, but without quashing sincere interest in Indigenous culture.“A majority of it we can’t share, but there are some things we should share, because of the importance of building these kids of bridges of understanding,” concluded Horn-Miller “but this has to happen in a proper way. With us, not for us and not over our heads.”email@example.com@tfennario
Tinejdad, Morocco- At the opening of the World Cup 2014, millions of football fans travelled to Brazil to watch and support their teams. Muslim Da’wah groups from all over the world did not miss this global event to spread the teachings of Islam, in hope to get more people to embrace it as a religion.The Team Mission Da’wah from the British Islamic Education and Research Academy (IERA) led a campaign in the Brazilian capital Sao Paolo to spread the teachings of Islam.In a video posted by the Da’wah group on YouTube, a Brazilian young man took the Shahada, the Muslim profession of faith and the first pillar of Islam, after a short talk with members of the Da’wah groups. After a brief conversation with the preachers, Analdino, a Brazilian young man, “took the Shahada with John Fontain,” according to the same video.Analdino said “Muslims are the best,” and gave a special message to other Brazilians about Islam in his own language.Under the theme “What’s Your Goal?” the members of the Muslim group spread in the crowded streets of Sao Paolo distributing copies of the holy Quran and flyers, trying to enlighten more people about Islam.“What’s Your Goal?” is the first question they ask people they meet in an attempt to help them believe that “worshiping God directly is the main reason of life.”“Islam says you worship God directly. You don’t go through Jesus,” said one of the preachers.The Islamic Education and Research Academy (IERA) announced in their official website that the campaign, which has already started, “will lead up to a Global Da’wah Day (#GlobalDawahDay) on Saturday 5th of July.”The Da’wah team said that there are people in Brazil who do not know about Islam and they never heard about it.
30 March 2007The Security Council today extended the mandate of the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) for six more months while asking Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to report on plans to draw down the level of blue helmets there. The Security Council today extended the mandate of the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) for six more months while asking Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to report on plans to draw down the level of blue helmets there.The decision was taken through a unanimously adopted resolution in which the Council recognized that “significant challenges remain in the consolidation of Liberia’s post-conflict transition, including massive development and reconstruction needs, the reform of the judiciary, extension of the rule of law throughout the country, the development of the Liberian security forces and security architecture, and consolidation of State authority.”The Secretary-General had sought a one-year extension of UNMIL, citing the fact that Liberia “still faces significant reconstruction and development challenges arising from 14 years of civil strife.”In its resolution, the Council requested Mr. Ban to “present a detailed drawdown plan for the mission in his next report to the Council, scheduled for June, which should include specific recommendations on force levels and options.”Liberia was called on to take steps towards achieving key benchmarks aimed at facilitating a phased, gradual consolidation, drawdown and withdrawal of UNMIL’s troop contingent, “as the situation permits and without compromising” the country’s security.UNMIL was established in 2003 to support Liberia’s ceasefire and peace process, and currently has over 15,200 uniformed personnel, along with around 500 international civilian personnel, almost 1,000 local staff and 220 UN Volunteers.
The only way to end the Darfur conflict is through political negotiations, Sudan’s Foreign Minister told the General Assembly today, pledging his Government’s full support of peace talks later this month and calling on all of Darfur’s many rebel groups to end hostilities and participate.Speaking during the last day of the annual high-level debate, Lam Akol noted that his Government has already declared a unilateral ceasefire that will start with the peace talks, scheduled for 27 October in neighbouring Libya.“We expect the armed factions to reciprocate so that a permanent and verifiable ceasefire is arrived at with the beginning of the talks,” he said. “We also call on the international community to take firm measures against those who refuse to participate in or obstruct the peace talks.”Mr. Akol called on the countries that host some of the leaders of Darfur’s rebel groups to pressure them to attend the Libya peace talks.The talks, which are being convened by the UN and African Union envoys for Darfur, Jan Eliasson and Salim Ahmed Salim, are designed to end the conflict that has raged in the Sudanese region since 2003.More than 200,000 people have been killed and another 2.2 million forced to flee their homes because of fighting between rebels, Government forces and allied Janjaweed militias. Some 4 million Darfurians now depend on humanitarian aid.Earlier this year the Security Council authorized the creation of a hybrid UN-AU peacekeeping force to be known as UNAMID to try to quell the violence. The operation is scheduled to take over from the existing AU mission by the start of next year.Mr. Akol added today that the economic reconstruction and redevelopment of Darfur, an arid and impoverished region on Sudan’s western flank, was a vital factor in ensuring that any peace settlement is consolidated.“We look forward for the international community to finalize its current efforts towards holding an international conference on the reconstruction of Darfur, which we hope will take place soon.”The Foreign Minister took issue with what he said were “unfair and hostile ill-intentioned campaigns from some international quarters bent on exploiting the crisis in Darfur to serve their well-known agendas and plans.“This vicious campaign targeted the policies of the country and its stance, and has strived to exaggerate and distort facts and to violate the country’s capabilities and the heritage and values of its people.”During his address Mr. Akol also pledged his Government’s commitment to follow through on the implementation of the January 2005 comprehensive peace agreement that ended the separate north-south civil war. 3 October 2007The only way to end the Darfur conflict is through political negotiations, Sudan’s Foreign Minister told the General Assembly today, pledging his Government’s full support of peace talks later this month and calling on all of Darfur’s many rebel groups to end hostilities and participate.
During its current three-week session, the Geneva-based Committee on the Rights of the Child will look at first-ever reports from Mauritania, Kenya, Oman, Qatar, Uzbekistan, Gambia, Cameroon and Cape Verde on their efforts to promote children’s rights. Paraguay and Portugal will be presenting their second reports.The 10-member Committee was formed in 1991 to monitor the implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, which has been ratified by or acceded to 191 countries, making it one of the most widely-accepted human rights treaties ever. Only Somalia and the United States have not ratified it.
Increasing yields FAO has assisted Mozambique in stepping up quality seed production to increase crop yields “In the decades to come, humanity will need to produce more food for a growing population using natural resources such as water, land and biodiversity in a sustainable way – while coping with the challenges imposed by climate change,” the Director-General of the UN Food and Agriculture Organization, José Graziano da Silva, said in a news release. “Our ability to boost food yields sustainably and meet the SDG hunger eradication target will hinge on the availability of better, cost-effective and timely statistical data for agriculture and rural areas” he added.On 1 January 2016, the 17 SDGs of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development — adopted by world leaders in September last year – officially came into force. Over the next fifteen years, with the aim of achieving the SDGs, countries will mobilize efforts to end all forms of poverty, fight inequalities and tackle climate change, while ensuring that no one is left behind. In particular, Goal 2 of the SDGs is centred on ending hunger, achieving food security, improving nutrition, and promoting sustainable agriculture. According to FAO, Goal 2 recognizes the interlinkages among supporting sustainable agriculture, empowering small farmers, promoting gender equality, ending rural poverty, ensuring healthy lifestyles, tackling climate change, and other issues. Feeding a growing population A farmer stands alongside his crops in Ed Damazine, in Sudan’s Blue Nile State. Photo: OCHA Tending crops Agro-forestry farmers tend to their crops in Kigoma, Tanzania. Forests are an integral part of the national agriculture policy with the aim of protecting arable land from erosion and increasing agricultural production. Photo: FAO/Simon Maina ‹ › The USAID donation will cover the first phase of an FAO-led project that will run from 2016 to 2021, starting with pilot efforts in four developing countries – two in sub-Saharan Africa, one in Latin America and one in Asia. A dialogue is under way with eligible countries. The goal of the project is to design and implement a new and cost-effective approach to agricultural data collection in developing world contexts, known as agricultural integrated surveys (AGRIS). In the news release, FAO said that the AGRIS methodology will not only capture improved annual data on agricultural production, but also broader and more detailed structural information relating to farms, including employment, machinery use, production costs, farming practices, and environmental impacts.It will incorporate recent innovations like remote sensing, global positioning systems (GPS), mobile technology and various uses of ‘big data.’ These tools will introduce more objective approaches to measuring agricultural performance, in some cases replacing traditional, more expensive methods. In addition to better and more detailed data, AGRIS is also expected to promote the integration of disparate data sources, improve data timeliness and usability, and cut data collection costs. “The end result,” according to FAO, “will be high-quality data on a wide range of technical, economic, environmental and social dimensions of agriculture that will help governments analyse and understand the impacts of agricultural policies, assess progress toward the SDGs and other goals, and shape better policies.”“Strong national data systems are critical for governments and private sector actors to make informed and smart decisions that foster food security and economic prosperity,” the Assistant to the Administrator for USAID’s Bureau for Food Security, Beth Dunford, said in the FAO news release.
RelatedPosts Load More Buyer search no longer exclusive as main Silver Heritage candidate misses second deposit deadline Silver Heritage defends land encroachment allegations The sale of Silver Heritage Group’s Nepal assets remains in limbo after the potential buyer failed to deposit US$3 million into an escrow account by a previously agreed 15 August deadline.Providing an update on Tuesday, Silver Heritage revealed it has yet to receive the US$3 million deposit but said the failed payment was due to reasons outside of the control of either the company or the buyer, named as a Mr Indra Bahadur Thapa. As a result, the deadline has been extended until 10 September. Silver Heritage halts preparation of financial statements on a going concern basis as sale looms If the sale does proceed, Thapa would acquire the company’s Nepal operations at an enterprise value of US$33.9 million by taking ownership of the local Silver Heritage subsidiary holding its Nepal assets for US$20 million. The deal would see US$20 million paid in cash with Thapa also taking on a US$13.9 million lending facility with a consortium of Nepalese banks.Silver Heritage also revealed on Tuesday that a new interim ex parte injunction has been granted by the Rupandehi District Court against two of the company’s subsidiaries in relation to land at Tiger Palace Resort. It follows a previous injunction earlier this month over the same issue, alleging Tiger Palace has encroached on four plots of land belonging to a public canal and another belonging to the government.Silver Heritage said it is now seeking further legal advice but has previously stated that the plots “are not and were never legally registered in the name of the company (or its subsidiaries) but rather as unused Government land lying within the boundaries of Tiger Palace Resort Bhairahawa, and as such the injunction does not restrict the sale or construction on any plots legally owned by the Company through its subsidiaries.”
Earth to Mars in 100 days: The power of nuclear rockets Explore further 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. Humanity has long since established a foothold in the Artic and Antarctic, but extensive colonization of these regions may soon become economically viable. If we can learn to build self-sufficient habitats in these extreme environments, similar technology could be used to live on the Moon or Mars. Citation: Inflatable Habitats for Polar and Space Colonists (2007, January 29) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2007-01-inflatable-habitats-polar-space-colonists.html Inflatable dome for cold, high-latitude regions on Earth. The main figure (a) shows a cross-section of the suggested biosphere, and the small figure (b) shows a top-down view. The important components are labeled: a thin, transparent double film on the sunlit side (1), a reflective cover on the shaded side (2), control louvers (3), the entrance (5), and an air pump/ventilator (6). The direction of the Sun is indicated by beams of light (4). The average temperature of the Antarctic coast in winter is about –20 °C. As if this weren’t enough, the region suffers from heavy snowfall, strong winds, and six-month nights. How can humanity possibly survive in such a hostile environment? So far we seem to have managed well; Antarctica has almost forty permanently staffed research stations (with several more scheduled to open by 2008). These installations are far from self-sufficient, however; the USA alone spent 125 million dollars in 1995 on maintenance and operations. All vital resources must be imported—construction materials, food, and especially fuel for generating electricity and heat. Modern technology and construction techniques may soon permit the long-term, self-sufficient colonization of such extreme environments.Why would anyone want to live there? Exceptional scientific research aside, the Arctic is though to be rich in mineral resources (oil in particular). The Antarctic is covered by an ice sheet over a mile thick, making any mineral resources it may have difficult to access. Its biological resources, however, have great potential. Many organisms adapted to extreme cold have evolved unusual biochemical processes, which can be leveraged into valuable industrial or medical techniques. Alexander Bolonkin and Richard Cathcart are firm believers in the value of this chilling territory. “Many people worldwide, especially in the Temperate Zones, muse on the possibility of humans someday inhabiting orbiting Space Settlements and Moon Bases, or a terraformed Mars” Bolonkin points out, “but few seem to contemplate an increased use of ~25% of Earth’s surface—the Polar Regions.”Indeed, the question of space exploration is intriguing. We would all like to know whether there is life on Mars, but robot probes can only perform the experiments they take along with them. Only humans are flexible enough to explore a new territory in detail and determine whether there are enough resources to sustain a long-term presence. Does modern technology really permit the design of lightweight, energy-efficient habitats suitable for other worlds? Greenhouse LivingThe Sun provides the Earth and Moon with about 1400 Watts per square meter, which is ample energy to warm a habitat even when the angle of the incident light and losses due to reflection are taken into account. On Mars, the sunshine is a little less than half as strong—which means that the equator of Mars receives about as much solar energy as the higher latitudes of Earth (Iceland, for example). The most efficient way to generate heat from sunlight is, of course, the well-known “greenhouse” effect. Given a transparent or translucent roof, any structure can hold onto the energy of sunlight long enough to transform it into heat. Glass works well for this, but glass is heavy and expensive to transport.Some good alternatives to glass are now available, however, and more options are on the way. Innovative manufacturing techniques have created many useful composite materials, including translucent, flexible membranes such as Saint-Gobain’s Sheerfill®. While these materials are certainly more expensive than glass, very little is required to construct a useful shelter.In a recent article submitted to arXiv.org , Bolonkin and Cathcart have designed an inflatable, translucent dome that can heat its interior to comfortable temperatures using only the weak sunlight of high latitudes. While many details remain to be worked out, the essential concept is sound. To improve the energy efficiency of the structure, they propose adding multiple insulating layers, aluminum-coated shutters, and a fine electrical network to sense damage to the structure. The dome would be supported entirely by the pressure of the air inside, which can be adjusted to compensate for the added buoyancy caused by high winds. The principle advantages of this design are the low weight and flexibility of the material. If only a few people at a time need shelter, an enclosure the size of a small house would weigh only about 65 kg, or as much as a person. This is light enough even for a space mission, and setting up would be as easy as turning on an air pump. For large colonies, enough membrane to enclose 200 hectares would weigh only 145 tons. The interior would be warm and sheltered, a safe environment for the construction of more traditional buildings and gardens.Bolonkin and Cathcart have attracted attention with their proposal, but a prototype has not yet been constructed.Notes: Source: 1996 report on the U.S. Antarctic Program by the National Science and Technology Council; www.nsf.gov/pubs/1996/nstc96rp/chiv.htm Source: Sam Johnston, “Recent Trends in Biological Prospecting”, UN University Institute for Advanced Studies; www.ias.unu.edu/sub_page.aspx?catID=35&ddlID=20 xxx.arxiv.org/abs/physics/0701098By Ben Mathiesen, 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.
Related posts:Russia OKs imports of Costa Rican beef, milk powder Costa Rica launches catalog of premium food products Costa Rican food producers look for new buyers at international fairs China helps boost Costa Rica’s beef exports Costa Rican exporters take note: Beginning this month, new regulations issued by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will apply for the entry into that country of tomatoes and gluten-free products.As of Aug. 20, all tomato shipments arriving in the United States must comply with new requirements to prevent the spread of a plague known as the tomato moth (Tuta absoluta), or the tomato leafminer.The moth affects tomatoes, potatoes, eggplant and other vegetable crops, according to Costa Rica’s Agriculture and Livestock Ministry (MAG).Among the most important regulations, the FDA will require all tomatoes shipped to the U.S. to be packed without any traces of leaves, stems or other plant parts.“Shipments also must comply with current international standards or be treated with methyl bromide before packing,” said Gina Monteverde, director of MAG’s State Phytosanitary Service.The U.S. agency also eliminated the possibility of shipping tomato samples, as new rules only allow the entry of commercial shipments.On Aug. 5, the FDA also issued new standards for the entry of gluten-free products, Costa Rica’s Foreign Trade Promotion Office (PROCOMER) reported.As of that date a product only can be labeled or advertised as “gluten-free” if it contains a maximum of 0.002 percent of that substance. The rule also holds foods labeled “without gluten,” “free of gluten,” and “no gluten” to the same standard.Products must not contain any wheat, barley or hybrids, or be derived from a gluten-containing grain that has not been processed to remove gluten.The rule in the U.S. was welcomed by people with celiac disease, who face potentially life-threatening illness if they eat the gluten found in breads, cakes, cereals, pastas and many other foods.Felicia Billingslea, director of FDA’s food labeling and standards department, said “this standard ’gluten-free’ definition eliminates uncertainty about how food producers label their products. People with celiac disease can rest assured that foods labeled ‘gluten-free’ meet a clear standard established and enforced by the FDA.”The U.S. currently is the main destination of Costa Rican exports. That country in 2013 bought 38.7 percent of Tico exports, which represent $4.4 billion, according to PROCOMER. Food products sent to the U.S. accounted for 15.2 percent of total exports from that sector. Facebook Comments
A motorcyclist was on Thursday being treated for serious head injuries after in an accident on Wednesday in Larnaca.According to police, a 47-year-old driver, a resident of Dromolazia, cut the path of the motorbike rider when he was turning his car from Kimonos street into Chrysopolitissis street.The 36-year-old biker from Larnaca was injured in the crash and taken to the local general hospital.The motorcyclist, who was wearing a helmet at the time, was diagnosed with a brain injury.The driver of the car was not under the influence of alcohol.You May LikeFigLeaf Beta AppHow to Become Fully Anonymous Online in Less Than 3 Minutes? Better safe than sorryFigLeaf Beta AppUndoYahoo SearchResearch Compact SUVs. New SUVs May Make You Want To Trade Yours In Today – See For Yourself!Yahoo SearchUndoGundry MD PrebioThrive Probiotic SupplementTop Cardiologist: Throw Out All Your Gluten Now (Here’s Why)Gundry MD PrebioThrive Probiotic SupplementUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboola
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becomes clear that combination of historical reasons unapologetic communalisation of social discourse and manipulation of unwarranted fear among masses made Yogi Adityanath a leader who could bend Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to get the top post Consider this: In a city with a more than 78 percent of Hindu population people even youth and even the educated youth to a greater extent feel that they and their families are safe because of "Yogiji" A garment businessman from Gorakhpur who joined his family business after completing his graduate degree from Delhi University says “Those have left the city will never understand that without him (Yogi Aditiyanath) this will not be a safe place to live” This rhetoric of Adityanath being the saviour of “Hindus against the onslaught of Muslims” has been intelligently built over the years And it plays important role in creating support base for the new chief minister of Uttar Pradesh While communal polarisation has been the most important reason for the support of Yogi’s brand of politics other factors too play important role in it which is acknowledged by people of the city at large though not openly The Hindu Yuva Vahini youth group founded under the patronage of Yogi Adityanath has also an important role to play Its volunteers were known to use strong-arm tactics in riots cow-protection drives and to stop ‘love jihad’ It is the same organisation that fielded candidates against the saffron party in six Assembly seats in Uttar Pradesh “See basically Purvanchal has lot of unemployed youth They are easily swayed by the leaders like Adityanath whom they see as ‘Yug Purush; and ‘Hindu Hriday Samrat’ These are essentially young people who do not have job or proper employment This badge of Hindu Yuva Vahini karyakartagives them a sense of pride And they are ready to do anything for their leader” says a lawyer from Gorakhpur He adds “Gorakhpur was once known for places like Geeta Press But in the 70s it witnessed emergence of bahubali netas and mafias A new language of what we colloquially called bhaukal—which can be loosely translated into an ability to impress though larger than life image—emerged And here is the leader who talks about destroying Pakistan So youth is bound to be impressed by his politics” “If you look at the statistics in most of the places where his choice of candidates; like in Gorakhpur Gramin constituencies in Siddharthnagar district Sant Kabir Nagar just to name few BJP has won with very small margins If it would not have been for Modi wave he would have lost all the seats” said a BJP supporter in Gorakhpur who does not support Adityanath’s appointment as Chief Minister While talking to people who do not wear a saffron badge of Gorakhpur it becomes evident that lot of noise empty rhetoric unabashed jingoism and crude communal politics was what played an all-important role in the rise of Yogi Adityanath And what obviously added to it was religious and cultural importance that people of Gorakhpur attached to Gorakhnath temple of which Adityanath is a ‘proud’ Mahant While supporters of Adityanath are “celebrating Holi for the second time in the month” there are host of silent observers in the city who are hoping a miraculous transformation of their firebrand MP ; who has several criminal cases against him ( some of the charges include rioting attempt to murder carrying deadly weapons endangering life or personal safety of others unlawful assembly trespassing on burial places and criminal intimidation) into a leader who maintains the dignity of the post that his party has bestowed upon him Approximately 46 million Americans rely on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program or SNAP for help paying for food However it’s often impossible for participants in the $74 billion program to use the funds sometimes known as food stamps to order groceries online That’s despite the growth of services like Amazon Fresh and FreshDirect which could help the millions of families in so-called “food deserts” access quality produce Gunnar Lovelace and Nick Green the co-founders and co-CEOs of online grocer Thrive Market are banding together with other companies and organizations in an effort to allow SNAP participants to order food over the Internet TIME spoke with Lovelace and Green about their efforts and the challenges they’re facing Our conversation has been lightly edited for length and clarity TIME: How did your efforts to change SNAP first begin Lovelace: Our business and our mission is focused on making healthy living easy and affordable to everybody The way that we do that is we have a membership model of $60 a year For every paid membership we give a membership away to a low-income family We hear from a lot of the families in our giving program that they’re on food stamps and they can’t use the website to its full potential It was a very natural thing for us to focus on as part of our investment in making good on our social mission as a business We’ve been working with the US Department of Agriculture (which oversees SNAP) trying to get them to accept food stamps online for the last year and a half Why is that taking so long Lovelace: SNAP is inherently a controversial program Because of that and because of the size of the program there are obviously concerns about fraud or the payment processors that handle these transactions I think [the USDA] is also just a very-slow moving organization that tends to be very cautious because of the highly politicized environment we live in Regardless of one’s political views about food stamps if we’re going to be spending money making sure people get free food we need to make sure that they get access to the healthiest food possible so they’re not getting sick and causing extra costs on the medical system That’s a very non-political way of viewing it There are a lot of technical bureaucratic and political logistics that they’re wading through There’s also a business logic here in that if you can sell to people who are using SNAP that could mean more sales Lovelace: Sure there’s no doubt about that But it’s not an effort just for us to be able to accept food stamps online We’re spearheading a cross-section of brands and non-profits and influencers To your point there’s almost $80 billion a year spent on SNAP and obviously we would like to be able to complete for that share of the wallet That’s secondary though The truth is for us for every paid membership we give a membership away If those folks that are in our giving program who are on food stamps can’t utilize the platform to their full benefit it really inhibits our effectiveness to be successful with our social mission You recently visited Washington to rally support from Congress How’d that go Lovelace: We had over one hundred senior staffers from congressional offices come to the briefing that we hosted with [Ohio Democratic] Congressman Tim Ryan and [actress] Shailene Woodley and a bipartisan group of staffers We framed the conversation around saving costs driving innovation and making programs more effective We really felt like there was a lot of alignment and interest What’s your sense there will actually be a change in policy given it’s an election year and energies may be focused elsewhere Green: We feel that food stamps are going to go online For us it’s an issue of implementation and speed There was going to be a pilot in the spring of 2015 but that kept getting moved around and [the USDA] just wasn’t responsive Our petition isn’t meant to bash the USDA We recognize that SNAP is a really big program with all sorts of complexities What our hope is is to emphasize that we want to make sure that this gets done quickly When the USDA launches a pilot it will typically take 18 to 24 months and test it in one market If they were to do that same approach in this situation it could be two-and-a-half to three-plus years before food stamps go online nationally The issue strikes me as another example of how the digital economy can leave behind low-income neighborhoods and families Lovelace: It’s also interesting that a lot of families that don’t speak English don’t have dedicated Internet at home they’re still on smartphones the penetration of smartphones is really astounding People will pay their phone bill before they pay their rent That’s a really powerful fact that we can leverage We saw a study recently where less than 3% of the folks in a food desert here in LA were able to buy food from a grocery store and the rest was convenient stores fast food and liquor markets Being able to access healthy food online seems like such a basic thing at this point particularly for those communities that either are in a food desert don’t have good transportation or just frankly don’t have enough time to shop How’s business otherwise Green: Business otherwise is incredible We’re over 300000 paid members right now We’re seeing really incredible engagement levels in a couple of the areas that we’ve been investing in we’ve launched over sixty of our own private local products that are now driving almost 10% of our sales We just raised a very big financing round less than a month ago [Ed note: Thrive Market is not yet profitable] We have a partner that’s encouraging us to think long-term about not just continuing to grow fast but really delivering on that value proposition to our membership of making healthy living accessible in the terms of the products being there but also really easy in terms of being convenient having the information that they need and getting them really educated about the space Write to Alex Fitzpatrick at alexfitzpatrick@timecom Bheem had to wait and the land on which he was resting.
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