Share KCS-content whatsapp whatsapp Tuesday 17 August 2010 7:54 pm Tags: NULL Read This Next’A Quiet Place Part II’ Sets Pandemic Record in Debut WeekendFamily ProofHiking Gadgets: Amazon Deals Perfect For Your Next AdventureFamily ProofBack on the Rails for Summer New York to New Orleans, Savannah and MiamiFamily ProofIndian Spiced Vegetable Nuggets: Recipes Worth CookingFamily ProofAmazon roars for MGM’s lion, paying $8.45 billion for studio behind JamesFamily ProofTortilla Mango Cups: Recipes Worth CookingFamily ProofYoga for Beginners: 3 Different Types of Yoga You Should TryFamily ProofWhat to Know About ‘Loki’ Ahead of Disney+ Premier on June 9Family ProofCheese Crostini: Delicious Recipes Worth CookingFamily Proof Cairn claims red tape may hold up deal Show Comments ▼ TOP executives from Cairn Energy met Indian government officials yesterday to seek approval of its plans to sell a controlling stake in Cairn India to Vedanta for up to $9.6bn (£6.1bn).Cairn Energy chief executive Bill Gammell flew to New Delhi to meet oil minister Murli Deora and other officials to discuss implications of the deal involving the British company’s India unit.The deal needs Indian government approval because Cairn India has production-sharing contracts with the government for oil and gas exploration blocks. According to the agreement, any ownership change will need federal approval.Approval from state-run explorer ONGC, which has a 30 per cent stake in Cairn India’s Rajasthan oil block called RJ-ON-90/1, is also crucial for any change of ownership. Gammell said: “We will work with the government. The process will continue over a period of time. I am sure there will be bumps along the road in terms of different interpretations. So, we are working constructively with the government.” He added. “I think working with the government as we always do will find a win-win situation. We will obviously respect all rights and approvals.”ONGC has not yet raised concerns on the deal, Indian oil secretary Sundareshan said yesterday. “We will certainly take into account views of ONGC before a decision is taken. ONGC has not raised any concerns with us yet for the reason that there is no official proposal before us.”ONGC chairman R.S. Sharma said the company was examining the implications of Vedanta’s stake purchase and would respond appropriately later. He declined to comment on market talk ONGC might make a counter-bid for Cairn India’s stake.Vedanta Resources announced Monday it would buy a controlling stake in Cairn India for up to $9.6bn, adding to its assets that already include aluminium, copper, iron ore and zinc mines.
WHAT is London? A city, yes, but so much more. It is a global centre of finance, sure. It is by some measures the world’s creative capital, from media to theatre to film; home to the world’s most popular music venue and its most popular modern art gallery. The university capital of the world, with more top universities and international students than any other city. A global leader in medical research, and the European leader in digital technology. We might not be the fashion capital quite yet, but we did give the world the business suit. The best restaurants, even the French are starting to say. More museums than Paris, less rain than Rome, a quarter the murder rate of New York. Next year, we’ll become the first city in history to host the Olympics three times.I say all this because when we asked business what the top thing is that the Mayor can do to boost the London economy, the answer came: promote it. He is in a unique position to champion London around the world, in a way that no individual company can.The Mayor inherited various agencies – Think London, to promote inward investment, Study London, to encourage international students, and Visit London, to encourage tourists. They all did a good job within their sector, but businesses urged the Mayor to merge them so we can take a more strategic and flexible approach, and get more promotional bang for our buck. Uniting them, we can promote a coherent message about London with a single brand, and promote whichever sectors give the greatest economic returns. By combining forces, we can reduce duplication and increase the firepower.After two years of preparations, we last week launched the capital’s new promotional agency – London and Partners. Despite cuts from central government, we managed to fund it from our own resources. And although mainly publicly funded, we set it up to be ruthlessly commercially-led, with a private sector board, and working in close partnership with companies as well as public agencies. From early days, Dame Judith Mayhew Jonas, chairman of the New West End Company, was very generous with her time, and we were delighted when she agreed to be the founding chairman.All we need do now is actually promote London. And what a time to do it! This month we have the Royal wedding, next year the Queen’s diamond Jubilee closely followed by the Olympics and Paralympics, with the world’s eyes upon us. London and Partners will be leading the charge in using the 2012 games to promote all that our great city has to offer the world. London might be glowing, but it is set to shine even brighter.Planning an event for 2012? 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Kobia said the deals show the operator was committed to supporting local sport. “Betsafe launches at the right time when our football league is returning,” he said. “Our partnership with them will go a long way in lifting the standards of our game to the next level. “Our three-year sponsorship deal with Gor Mahia and AFC Leopards signed in June 2020, before our official entry is a visible demonstration of our strong commitment to Kenyan football,” Kobia said. “Their large and loyal fan bases, will also give us an opportunity to engage with football fans and while also acting as the backbone to our planned investments in grassroots football and football infrastructure.” “Additionally, we will be the first gaming company in the region, to hire a responsible gaming officer, to continually ensure alignment with Betsafe values towards its customers, and while managing our flagship responsible gaming programme in partnership with GamHelp Kenya – an organization that supports Kenyans with behavioural problems associated with gaming.” Betsson brand Betsafe has launched operations in Kenya, six months after signing major sponsorship deals in the country, having secured a licence from the Betting Control and Licensing Board (BCLB). Email Address “In Betsafe we have a partner who is supportive and committed to us and we cannot thank them enough. We urge our fans to give Betsafe unconditional support and wholly take up their products with the zeal that is uniquely Gor Mahia.” “Betsafe was created with the safety of Kenya’s sports betting fans in mind, with a first in-class responsible gaming environment that contains unique control and safety features,” he said. Betsafe’s entry into the market comes after signing sponsorship deals with two of Kenya’s leading football clubs, Nairobi rivals Gor Mahia and AFC Leopards, in June. Gor Mahia chairman Ambrose Rachier agreed with this sentiment and said Betsafe had shown a strong commitment to the club. The operator said it would employ 150 people in the country within two years and that it estimates it will support at least 1,000 jobs when including other businesses that may benefit from its presence. Both clubs had been struggling financially since the withdrawal of their previous sponsor, local operator Sportpesa, over a 20% excise tax on winnings, which was later removed from Kenya’s budget in July. Sportpesa returned to the Kenyan market again last week after a court overruled the BCLB’s efforts to suspend its attempt to return under a new licence-holder in October. The launch will be through Bet High Kenya, Betsson’s Kenyan subsidiary. Sportsbook 3rd December 2020 | By Daniel O’Boyle Alex Kobia, Bet High’s acting chief executive, said Betsafe hoped to distinguish itself with a focus on responsible gambling. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter “We look forward to working with them and ask our fans to fully embrace Betsafe as our sponsor and most importantly as our betting partner.” In addition, the operator will offer a market-first in betting by text message and via social media channels. Betsafe launches in Kenya While operators including Sportpesa have faced long disputes with the BCLB, Kobia said his business would work with the regulator to create a workable betting environment for all parties. Topics: Sports betting Sponsorship Sports betting regulation Sportsbook “Betsafe fully supports the government of Kenya’s efforts to create a safe and responsible gaming environment through the sector regulator, the Betting Control & Licensing Board (BCLB) and our gaming features and messaging are a testament to that,” Kobia said. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Tags: Betsson Betting Control and Licensing Board Betsafe “The launch of Betsafe is monumental to the development of football in Kenya,” Shikanda said. “As a club we are grateful to them for having believed in us and agreed to sponsor and support us even before they officially started operations.” AFC Leopards chairman Dan Shikanda said the operator launching was an important development for football in the country. Regions: Africa East Africa Kenya
Lighthouse Capital Limited (GFB.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Property sector has released it’s 2015 interim results for the half year.For more information about Lighthouse Capital Limited (GFB.mu) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Lighthouse Capital Limited (GFB.mu) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Lighthouse Capital Limited (GFB.mu) 2015 interim results for the half year.Company ProfileLighthouse Capital Limited formerly (Greenbay Properties Limited) invests in real estate assets and listed companies which are involved in the retail sector of Mauritius. The company targets investment in developing diversified global real estate and infrastructure assets. Greenbay Properties Ltd is a predominant investor in Europe and the United Kingdom, targeting properties with strong sustainable income from high quality tenants with a strong likelihood of renewal of leases on expiry. Lighthouse Capital Limited is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius.
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SHARE Home Energy Growth Energy CEO Reflects on Wake-Up Call of 1973 Oil Embargo By Andy Eubank – Oct 16, 2013 Growth Energy CEO Reflects on Wake-Up Call of 1973 Oil Embargo Facebook Twitter SHARE Facebook Twitter On the 40th anniversary of the oil embargo of 1973 – Growth Energy CEO Tom Buis notes the nation is still dangerously addicted to foreign oil. In reflecting on the anniversary – he says we should recognize that it’s futile to put all our eggs in one basked. Buis says we need diverse policy that helps shield us from the price hikes, supply shortages, shocks and the whims of foreign governments. Over the last 40 years – Buis says we’ve experienced price shock after price shock due to unrest and instability in the Middle East. Buis points out that wars have been fought, trillions of dollars have been spent to protect the flow of oil and trillions more of our wealth has been transferred to foreign nations. Most important – he says the precious lives of American soldiers have been lost due to our addiction to foreign oil. Buis says renewable fuels allow us to achieve energy independence while continuing to produce energy domestically. But he says we must break free from the stranglehold oil companies have on the liquid fuels marketplace and must not allow the special interests of Big Oil to erect hurdles to prevent consumers from having choice and savings at the pump. Buis says the Renewable Fuel Standard is our nation’s most successful energy policy. He says it’s helped secure America’s energy and national security while ensuring long-term, widespread economic growth. Also – since its implementation – Buis notes renewable fuels have helped lower oil imports from 60-percent to 40-percent. Forty years ago – Buis says we didn’t have a choice – but now we do. He says we shouldn’t let that choice go to waste.Source: NAFB News Service Previous articleIndiana Farmer Testing Enlist Weed Control SystemNext articleUSDA Announces Cancellation and Postponement of Selected Reports Andy Eubank
Governor’s Conference Highlights Indiana’s Potential for Growth in AgricultureThe Governor’s conference on Agriculture, held Friday, brought together farmers, agribusiness leaders, and state officials to examine how our state is preparing to meet the challenging future of food production. The goal of the daylong event was to examine how Indiana is preparing to become a global leader in food production innovation. Governor Pence promised that the state’s pro-growth policy toward agriculture will continue, “We are determined to continue to promote the kind of policies that will encourage innovation and keep Indiana at the forefront of the agricultural sector of this nation and the world.”Jay AkridgeBut, increasing global food demand along with the uncertainty of climate change will require farmers to make changes in how they farm and what they grow. Dean of the Purdue College of Agriculture Jay Akridge says Purdue is already working on new technology that will help Hoosier farmers meet these challenges, “We have researchers doing research in really hot areas of the world on corn, and those traits can be brought back to Indiana to help us grow corn in drought conditions.” In addition, Purdue is working on new crops that may soon fill Indiana fields, “Sorghum is a good example. We don’t grow a lot of it now, but it is an important crop in many parts of the world and may have a future here.” Akridge told HAT the Purdue Extension system is poised to help facilitate changes in farming practices as they are required.Tim HassingerTim Hassinger, President of Dow AgroSciences, and Jeff Simmons, President of Elanco Animal Health, stressed that public and government support of this new technology will be critical to continued investment in innovation. Hassinger said it takes 10 years and over $100 million to bring a new crop trait to market. He stressed regulatory certainty will be needed to foster continued investment in innovation, “In the year 2000, there were 70 active ingredients in the research pipeline. In 2006, there were 30.” Greg Page, Executive Chairman of Cargill, said Indiana has the resources needed to be a major force in world agriculture production and innovation, “You have a great river and lake system, and your central location lets you reach large population centers quickly. In short, uyou have some of the best soils in the world in the best location in the world.” Managing those resources and fostering innovation will be the focus of a growing public-private partnership in the Hoosier State involving state government, farmers, Purdue University, and some of the largest agribusinesses in the world which are located in Indiana. Under the moniker “AgriNovus,” this partnership will strive to foster growth in the ag sector within the state, as well as providing resources to grow innovation within the agriculture and food production sectors. The conference ended, however, without a clear plan of action or next steps being articulated. Previous articleSoy Growers Welcome USDA Deregulation of Dicamba-Tolerant SoybeansNext articleThe Good Side of Climate Change Gary Truitt By Gary Truitt – Jan 16, 2015 SHARE SHARE Home Indiana Agriculture News Governor’s Conference Highlights Indiana’s Potential for Growth in Agriculture Facebook Twitter Facebook Twitter Governor’s Conference Highlights Indiana’s Potential for Growth in Agriculture
News Members of Trinidad and Tobago’s Parliament will debate on June 14 a bill that includes a proposal to amend the nation’s Freedom of Information Act. If passed, this amendment would ensure that public authority cannot deny any information request until receiving approval from the Attorney General, giving broad decision-making power in the hands of one state-appointed individual. The period for the Attorney General’s approval or denial would be 90 days. Trinidad and TobagoAmericas News to go further Receive email alerts Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is concerned by the implications that proposed amendments to Trinidad and Tobago’s Freedom of Information Act have for press freedom and calls on Parliament to allow for an opportunity for public consultation on the matter. Help by sharing this information The amendment would also extend the period public authority is required to respond to an information request—after receiving approval from the Attorney General—from the current 30 days to 45, meaning it could take several months for Freedom of Information requests to be fulfilled. The amendment initially proposed the period be extended to 90 days, but in response to public outcry the Attorney General announced on June 11 that it would be cut down. Organisation RSF_en May 9, 2017 Find out more News October 26, 2018 Find out more News Trinidad and Tobago ranks 39th out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2019 World Press Freedom Index, after dropping five places last year. THOMAS COEX / AFP Alert – Radio talk show host shot and killed in Trinidad and Tobago Follow the news on Trinidad and Tobago RSF concerned by certain provisions of Trinidad and Tobago’s Cybercrime Bill Photojournalists physically assaulted while reporting in Trinidad and Tobago June 13, 2019 Trinidad and Tobago – Parliament considers restrictive amendments to the Freedom of Information Act Trinidad and TobagoAmericas September 22, 2017 Find out more “When it comes to playing their roles as watchdogs to ensure government accountability, few journalists have the luxury of waiting six months to receive a response to their request for public information,” said Daphne Pellegrino, Advocacy Manager of RSF’s North America bureau. “The proposed amendments to Trinidad and Tobago’s Freedom of Information Act, which would stifle the very freedom the law was built to protect, are clearly not in the public’s interest. We believe it is, however, in the public’s interest for Parliament to reject this proposal.”
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Man charged with firing multiple gunshots inside residence Local News Pinterest WhatsApp Twitter WhatsApp Robert Wright A 61-year-old man was arrested after he reportedly fired multiple shots and barricaded himself inside the residence for more than two hours. Robert Wright was charged Sunday with deadly conduct and discharging a firearm, a third-degree felony. The reported gunshots happened at 2:30 p.m. Sunday in the 14600 block of North Holleyhock Avenue in Gardendale, the Ector County Sheriff’s Office press release stated. Wright reportedly fired two shots while he was inside the residence and it was believed that he wasn’t firing at ECSO deputies. Wright barricaded himself inside the residence for more than two and half hours. The Ector County Sheriff’s Office SWAT team was called at about 5 p.m. and made contact with Wright, the press release stated. The 61-year-old was arrested, charged and transported to the Ector County Law Enforcement Center. He had one bond totaling $10,000 and posted bail on Monday, jail records show. Facebook TAGS Facebook By Digital AIM Web Support – February 24, 2021 Previous article062919 Cepero 03Next articleA Lingering Cough That Wouldn’t Go Away: A Patient’s Road to NTM Lung Disease Diagnosis Digital AIM Web Support Twitter Pinterest