Saudi oil cuts deeper than promised IEA

first_imgParis: Saudi Arabia has slashed its oil production by more than promised as part of a pact to boost oil prices, the International Energy Agency said Thursday, while warning of mixed signals for global demand. In its latest monthly oil market report, the Paris-based IEA said production by OPEC kingpin Saudi Arabia dropped to its lowest level in two years in March after the cartel agreed to cuts with Russia and other ex-Soviet states. However the IEA warned that demand fell in developed OECD countries by 0.3 million barrels per day (mbd) in the last three months of 2018 — “the first such fall for any quarter since the end of 2014”. OECD demand “is likely to have fallen again” in the first quarter of this year, it added, “due to weakness in some European economies, with perhaps more to come if there is a disorderly Brexit”. While demand in China, India and the United States grew, the OECD warned that “the oil market shows signs of tightening” amid “mixed signals” over the global economic outlook. In recent months the forecasts for global economic growth have been trimmed back on concerns about the impact of trade disputes, which come as export powerhouse China has been experiencing slower rates of expansion. OPEC production meanwhile fell by 0.55 mbd in March to 30.13 mbd — a four-year low — largely due to cuts in Saudi Arabia and crisis-hit Venezuela, the IEA said. Venezuela is an OPEC member but exempt from the cuts as it struggles with political turmoil, sanctions and repeated power blackouts. After a production glut lead to prices dropping last year, OPEC members and allies including Russia agreed in December to trim production. OPEC states have complied by 153 percent to their pledged production cuts made under the so-called Vienna Agreement, the IEA said. However non-OPEC states in the group have complied at a rate of 64 percent, with Russia lagging behind its target cuts. “Russia continues to adjust output gradually,” the IEA said, adding that “if the producers deliver on their promises, the market could return to balance” in the second quarter of this year. The concerted push to lower prices has been successful, with the price of Brent crude rising from 50 a barrel in December to above 71 in early April.last_img read more

Fake currency valued at Rs 1 lakh seized in Kolkata

first_imgKolkata: Fake Indian currency notes (FICN) of Rs 1 lakh face value were seized in Kolkata and one person was arrested, police said on Saturday. Based on prior information, the Special Task Force on Friday arrested 29-year-old Mohammed Asraful Haque from D.L. Khan road.last_img

Ban Kimoon says UN ready to support democratic initiatives in Bolivia

Mr. Ban “underscores the exceptional opportunity that Bolivia’s Constituent Assembly represents to establish, through broad national agreement, a democratic society based on ethnic and cultural diversity, inclusion, equal opportunities and social justice,” his spokesperson said in statement.Mr. Ban also pledged the world body’s support in Bolivia’s efforts to strengthen democracy.Jan Egeland, his Special Adviser, visited the South American country from 29 May to 2 June. 22 June 2007United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said today that he is “following with interest” the process Bolivia is undergoing to bolster democracy and pledged the world body’s full support in this endeavour.

DR of Congo UN British officials travel north for talks in peace

General Mountaga Diallo, MONUC’s Force Commander and acting head, and visiting British Secretary of State for International Cooperation, Clare Short, were scheduled to meet with the leader of the Mouvement de Libération du Congo (MLC), Jean-Pierre Bemba. The meeting in Gbadolite aimed to review with Mr. Bemba the peace process within the framework of the Lusaka Ceasefire agreement and the Kampala and Harare disengagement plans.In other news, a UN spokesman said today that a humanitarian boat convoy heading towards Mogalo in Equateur Province was now scheduled to arrive on 12 August, two days ahead of schedule. A MONUC team left Kinshasa on Wednesday for Equateur province to meet with MLC officials to prepare for the boat’s arrival.

Deadly quakes in Japan and Ecuador spotlight need for rigorous structural safety

Damage assessment being undertaken following the devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake that hit the coast of Ecuador on 16 April 2016. Photo: WFP “These earthquakes are a reminder of how important it is that we apply the highest standards possible when building in earthquake zones,” said Robert Glasser, UN Special Representative for Disaster Risk Reduction. “It is buildings and damaged infrastructure which kill people when an earthquake strikes,” he stressed.That makes structural safety a matter of life and death in zones such as the Pacific ‘Ring of Fire,’ along which both Ecuador and Japan lie, in addition to the health risks posed by damaged water and sanitation systems and the hurdles that the impact on road networks can cause for relief operations.Noting that earthquakes and tsunamis are relatively rare natural hazards but account for nearly 750,000 deaths over the last 20 years and significant economic losses, he said that “urbanization within highly seismic zones has accelerated significantly in recent years and it is vitally important that this is done in a way that is earthquake-resistant for future generations.”Building codes must factor in earthquake riskThe existence – and, crucially, the implementation – of building codes that factor in earthquake risk is a critical factor in such regions, he stressed.To improve safety even further, it is important to bring existing structures up to scratch, for example by retrofitting historic sites. Last April’s magnitude-7.9 Nepal earthquake, which killed 8,000 people, provided a grim illustration when it toppled the landmark Dharahara tower in Kathmandu.The death toll in Saturday’s 7.8 magnitude temblor in Ecuador, the country’s strongest in decades, has already climbed to more than 400 lives. Rescue workers are still hunting in the rubble for survivors, and more than 2,600 people are listed as injured. The quake destroyed 805 buildings and damaged more than 600 more, including scores of schools, according to data from the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA). “Across Manabi and Esmeralda provinces, the earthquake has damaged or destroyed homes, hospitals, roads and businesses, power lines have been cut,” said UN Emergency Relief Coordinator Stephen O’Brien.The collapse of several hotels in the Pacific coast tourist region has also made international headlines.In Japan, meanwhile, the authorities said that at least 44 people died and 1,000 were injured in the two powerful earthquakes in the southwest of the country: a magnitude 6.4 on Thursday and a magnitude 7.3 on Saturday. They are the biggest since the massive earthquake and tsunami of 2011, which left more than 19,000 people dead or missing.Case study for strictly-enforced building codesJapan is a case study for strictly-enforced building codes that prioritise seismic risk reduction and are reviewed regularly in the light of developments in construction technology and early warning. As a result, the regular earthquakes that hit the country usually cause minimal damage.Ecuador has also been bolstering its own building rules. In January 2015, its Ministry of Urban Development and Housing released new regulations, capping a process that began in 2008 and saw Ecuadorian officials and the construction sector work together with foreign experts to share lessons and best practice.The issue was given fresh global impetus in March last year when the international community adopted the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction, a 15-year blueprint for saving lives and livelihoods in the face of natural and man-made hazards.Besides seeking better seismic safety, the Sendai Framework also calls on countries to avoid construction on land susceptible to liquefaction, landslides and subsidence in the event of an earthquake.“We need to build better in the first place and not just build back better after the event,” said Mr. Glasser. read more

PODCAST From coop student to employer on Conversations with Goodman

This week on Conversations with Goodman, Jeremy Doan (BAcc ’04, Macc ’05) talks to host Susan LeBlanc about his career path in the accounting field.Doan, who has gone from co-op student to co-op employer, is now a partner at DJB, a long-time co-op employer at Brock’s Goodman School of Business.Doan has strong ties to the School, having graduated from Goodman with two accounting degrees and having taught part-time for nine years in the accounting department.He explains that he sees co-op work terms as a lengthy job interview process because as an employer, he is able to get to know co-op students and work with them to mold them into career-ready professionals who are able to use their accounting knowledge and experience to handle the demands of the job.Following a traditional public accounting career, Doan explains that it’s not all number crunching.“I don’t just sit there and deal with numbers – it’s a big part of it, but a lot of it is creative thinking and tax planning and meeting with clients and trying to determine what their goals and objectives are,” he said.This podcast is the latest in the Conversations with Goodman series which is produced by the Goodman Marketing, Communications and Alumni Relations team and features guests from the Goodman community. read more

Convocation set for first week of June

Spring graduation ceremonies at Brock are moving up this year, taking place during the week of June 4 to 8. The dates for Convocation Week have been announced by the Registrar’s Office, and a daily schedule for the week’s events will be released in early spring.To monitor developments on information about Convocation go to

GERMANY 2017 Japanese girls are at eightfinal

Japan handball ← Previous Story Coach Scott Harrington about work with China: Learning experience for all of us Next Story → Poland confirms 5th place and will play for the President’s Cup Japanese girls are at eight-finals of the Women’s World Championship 2017! With impressive victory over Tunisia 31:13, Japan qualified for knock-out stage before direct clash of Montenegro and Brazil.Japan’s best result in XXI century is 14th place from 2013 and 2011. Asian girls won 7th place 60 years ago at WCh 1956…STANDINGS:Russia 8Denmark 6Japan 5Montenegro 4Brazil 3Tunisia 0PHOTO: IHF

Misleading Nike Twitter ad campaign banned in the UK

first_imgNike UK has come under scrutiny from the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) after commissioning English soccer players Wayne Rooney and Jack Wilshere to promote its brand in their personal tweets. After receiving complaints and investigating the posts in question, the ASA deemed that the tweets weren’t “obviously identifiable” as advertisements. Nike has since had this particular Twitter campaign banned.You can see one of the offending tweets pictured below, which was posted by Rooney who currently has a following of 4.37 million users.As you might have noticed, and as Nike pointed out to the ASA, the company’s tagline and link to the website are clearly displayed. Still, the advertising watchdog has stated without a clear indication, “for example [a] #ad,” the tweets could not be considered as a clearly indicated marketing campaign.The Nike Twitter ad isn’t the first the ASA has had to investigate for lack of transparency. In March, two users complained about Manchester United soccer player Rio Ferdinand and reality TV star Katie Price’s tweets, saying they were misleadingly pushing Snickers bars. However, the chocolate company was saved from the ban hammer as Price and Ferdinand used the hashtag “spon” (short for sponsorship) and @snickersUk in their posts. Clearly indicating they were endorsed by Snickers.The American Federal Trade Commission has similar regulations in place, which require tweets to have an “ad” or “paid” hashtag to clearly indicate what is a paid endorsement and what is not. These regulations help protect consumers from being misled by personal accounts they would otherwise assume to trust.via The Guardianlast_img read more

Lib fundraiser Nicolaou embroiled in controversy

first_imgThe Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) ruled in favour of lifting a suppression order earlier this week, the effect of which showed controversial email exchanges between Paul Nicolaou and Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s chief-of-staff Peta Credlin.The email exchange, dating back to 2011, shows Mr Nicolaou referring Ms Credlin to Brickworks, a company which gave the New South Wales Liberal Party hundreds of thousands of dollars in questionable donations. In the same email Nicolaou says (in reference to its objection of the controversial carbon tax) that the company was “a very good supporter of the [Liberal] Party”.The emails also show Nicolaou telling Credlin that Brickworks’ managing director, Lindsay Partridge, would help campaign against the contentious tax. Ms Credlin reportedly suggested that Brickworks’ position could be used during parliamentary question time, after Partridge urged the then Opposition Leader Tony Abbott to continue fighting the tax.Two months later Mr Abbott visited a Brickworks factory, praising it for its world class facilities. ICAC approached parliamentary Speaker Bronwyn Bishop regarding the release of the documents, and whether they would constitute a breach of parliamentary privilege – to which the speaker affirmed that no privilege had been claimed.Ms Credlin did not oppose the documents’ release.In other developments, federal Senator Arthur Sinodinos also fronted the tribunal this week.Source: ABC News Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

Lobster season open with huge hauls

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 17 Aug 2015 – Lobster season opened with a bang, once again this year. Magnetic Media is told of a whopping haul for the first day in Providenciales; pounds in reportedly topped last year’s day one intake. The report is that South Caicos did it even bigger. Related Items:lobster season, opened Lobster Season Closed at Midnight Mango Reef now in Turtle Cove Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Record setting lobster season day one congratulated by Ministerlast_img

People on the Move

first_img Bonnier Corp. has hired Semande Agosa as its new director, programmatic. Semande comes to the company from PubMatic, where he served as senior strategic account manager. The Wall Street Journal has named Jack Nicas a reporter covering Google. Nicas previously worked for the Journal’s tech team, based in San Francisco. Hillery Williams will be joining the Marie Claire sales team as the new beauty director. She joins Marie Claire from The New York Times where she was an account manager, beauty & home design.  “Stellene is truly one of the most talented editors I’ve worked with,” Fielden said. “She’s been a key player in reimagining Town & Country, and her taste, good judgment, and journalistic skill have come to be key ingredients in every issue.” Volandes joined Town & Country in 2011 as jewelry and accessories director and was named style director in 2012, a role that gave her a significant hand in developing the magazine’s journalistic range and stable of contributors. Previously, she had been style editor of Departures from 2007 to 2011, having held increasingly senior roles there since 2003. Hearst Magazines announced that Stellene Volandes has been named editor-in-chief of Town & Country. Volandes has been executive style director of Town & Country since 2014. She will continue to report to Jay Fielden, editorial director of Town & Country and incoming editor-in-chief of Esquire, who replaces David Granger.  Andrew Neblett has joined ALM as president of ALM Intelligence. Neblett comes to ALM from Thomson Reuters, where he held a variety of senior executive roles over the past seven years.  The Economist Group has named Luke Robins associate publisher, EMEA, for 1843, formerly known as Intelligent Life. He had been associate publisher and sales director at Hearst-Rodale. Jason Stahl has been named senior editor at Muscle & Fitness. He had been news editor at MSN News. Alana Peden has been named beauty editor at Star and Ok! magazine. She had been associate beauty editor at More, which was shuttered by Meredith two weeks ago. “I have been a reader of Town & Country for as long as I can remember,” Volandes said. “I am so proud of the Town & Country that Jay has created, and working side-by-side with him has been a master class in leadership, innovation and imagination.” Here are the rest of this week’s people on the move: Matt Buchanan, formerly co-editor of The Awl, has joined Eater as features editor. Buchanan left The Awl in February.last_img read more

The Wilmington Insider For May 1 2018

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Below is a round-up of what’s going on in Wilmington on Tuesday, May 1, 2018:Happening Today:Weather: Partly sunny, with a high near 66. Calm wind becoming northwest around 5 mph in the afternoon.At Town Hall: The Wilmington Board of Health meets at 5:30pm in Town Hall’s Room 9. Read the agenda HERE. … The Informational Forum on the proposed TIF Agreement between the town and Analog Devices takes place at 7pm in the Town Hall Auditorium. Learn more HERE. … The Wilmington Planning Board meet at 7:30pm in Town Hall’s Room 9. Read the agenda HERE.At Wilmington Public Schools: The Strings Vertical Concert takes place at 7pm in the WHS Gymnasium.In The Community: Learn more about the proposed development of Sciarappa Farm (Article 53), from 4pm to 7pm, at the Wilmington Knights of Columbus Hall (112 Middlesex Avenue).In The Community: The Tewksbury/Wilmington Elks holds bingo — open to the public — every Tuesday. Doors open at 5pm. Pizza, hot dog and pastries are sold. Free coffee.In The Community: Angels In Motion meets every Tuesday, from 9:30am to 2:30pm, at the Wilmington Knights of Columbus Hall (112 Middlesex Avenue).  The club provides a great opportunity for seniors to meet new friends or reacquaint with old ones. A luncheon is served as noon.  Free. Handicapped accessible.Live Music: Larry Gilbert performs at Rocco’s Restaurant & Bar (193 Main Street) beginning at 6pm.At The Library: Cookin’ The Books at noon. Teen Trivia at 6:30pm. Friends of the Library Executive Board Meeting at 7pm. [Learn more and register HERE.]At The Senior Center: Zumba at 9am. Aerobics at 10:30am. Mah Johg at 1pm. Gentle Yoga at 2:30pm. [Learn more HERE.]At The Town Museum: The Town Museum (430 Salem Street) is open from 10am to 2pm.Go Wildcats!: Nine Wilmington High School teams are in action today. See the complete schedule HERE.(NOTE: What did I miss? Let me know by commenting below, commenting on the Facebook page, or emailing I may be able to update this post.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Related5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Tuesday, September 3, 2019In “5 Things To Do Today”5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Tuesday, July 16, 2019In “5 Things To Do Today”5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Wednesday, August 7, 2019In “5 Things To Do Today”last_img read more

The US will finally get a new Nissan Frontier

first_img 2020 BMW M340i review: A dash of M makes everything better Post a comment Nissan More about 2019 Nissan Altima Preview • 2019 Nissan Altima: More compelling than ever 14 Photos Review • 2019 Nissan Altima review: Better dressed with better tech More From Roadshow 2020 Hyundai Palisade review: Posh enough to make Genesis jealous See the 2016 Nissan Frontier Pro-4x on the top of the desert 2020 Kia Telluride review: Kia’s new SUV has big style and bigger value Trucks Future Cars Nissan Tags Share your voice 0 The current generation of US-spec Nissan Frontier is nearly old enough to get its learner’s permit, but it’s still going strong. Nevertheless, facing a growing crowd of fresh midsize trucks, Nissan is preparing to give its tried-and-true truck an update.The next-generation Nissan Frontier is “almost finished,” Autoblog reports, citing an interview with Alfonso Albaisa, Nissan’s SVP for global design. The VP of product planning also told Autoblog that it’s something the company is “actively working on, and [it] will soon be coming to market.” No further timeline was offered.The current Frontier, which started life in the 2005 model year, has soldiered on with a few changes here and there. Yet, it’s selling like relative hotcakes. According to data from GoodCarBadCar, 2018 was the Frontier’s second-best year ever, pushing nearly 80,000 units out the door. Its best year was 2016, when annual sales were just shy of 87,000 units.While sales are good, the Frontier lags in its segment in some important ways. It still lacks Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, and its towing and payload figures are well under the competition. Addressing tech and capability alone would go a long way in making the Frontier competitive against new trucks like the Ford Ranger and Jeep Gladiator.There’s a chance Nissan could base its next Frontier on the Navara, but as Autoblog notes, even that truck is getting a little long in the tooth, having been updated last in 2014. And, according to the Navara’s Wikipedia page, a Nissan spokesperson has already said that the latest Navara is not indicative of a Frontier replacement. Then again, Nissan brought a years-old Patrol to the US as the “new” Armada, so anything’s possible, really.last_img read more

Easter Shooting Leaves FiveYearOld Boy Injured

first_imgBy Michelle Richardson, Special to the AFROPolice have arrested a man accused of shooting a family of three, including a five -year- old boy, on Easter Sunday.Devron Paul Goodwyn, of the 3800 block of Coronado Rd. in Gwynn Oak, MD, was arrested Apr.3.Devron Paul Goodwyn has been arrested in the shooting of a family on Easter Sunday. (Courtesy Photo)Goodwyn is charged with attempted first-degree murder, first-degree assault, second-degree assault, and the use of a firearm in the commission of a violent crime.According to Baltimore County Police, they received a call around 5:45 p.m. on Easter Sunday for a triple shooting at Cinnamon Circle in Randallstown. The suspect and the victim allegedly had a prior business dispute that led to the shooting, although the nature of that business relationship is unclear. According to police, Goodwyn drove to the home where the 24 year-old victim lived with his 21 year-old girlfriend, and five-year-old son. Police stated Goodwyn then got out of his vehicle and opened fire while the family was playing outside. The three victims then ran and hid inside of an apartment while the suspect fled in his vehicle.All three victims, including the five-year-old boy were transported to local hospitals with non-life threatening injuries from the gunshot wounds. There was no attorney listed for Goodwyn in online records. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for April 27 in Baltimore County.last_img read more

UofL will face Michigan in 2019 Big TenACC Challenge on Dec 3

first_imgStory Links Wednesday, December 4Virginia at PurdueOhio State at North CarolinaNotre Dame at MarylandWisconsin at NC StateNebraska at Georgia TechWake Forest at Penn StatePrint Friendly Version LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The University of Louisville men’s basketball team will face Michigan in the 21st Annual Big Ten/ACC Challenge in the KFC Yum! Center on Dec. 3. The game time and television network will be announced at a later date.Ranked eighth nationally in the final Associated Press poll, Michigan achieved a 30-7 record during the 2018-19 season, its second straight 30-win season and just the fifth in program history with as many victories.  The Wolverines were the No. 2 seed in the NCAA Tournament West Region and advanced to the Sweet 16 for the third straight year, becoming one of four schools with trips to the Sweet 16 in each of the past three seasons.  Michigan is ranked 13th in Athlon Sport’s early college basketball Top 25.Louisville has won three of its five previous challenge events since joining the ACC, including an 82-78 home overtime victory over No. 9 Michigan State in last year’s event.  The Cardinals beat No. 14 Ohio State 64-55 in Louisville in the 2015 ACC/Big Ten Challenge, fell 71-67 at No. 3 Michigan State in 2015, prevailed 71-64 over No. 15 Purdue in Louisville in 2016 and lost 66-57 at Purdue in 2017.  UofL has won three of its four prior matchups against Michigan. In the last matchup, seventh-seeded and No. 23-ranked Michigan prevailed 73-69 over No. 2 seed Louisville in the NCAA Tournament Second Round in Indianapolis, Ind. (3-19-17).  Louisville overcame a 12-point first-half deficit and prevailed 82-76 over Michigan in the 2013 NCAA Championship game in Atlanta, Ga. (4-8-13; later vacated). Luke Hancock, who would be named the Final Four’s Most Outstanding Player, scored 22 points off the bench, hitting all five of his three-point attempts, to lead the Cardinals.In the other two meetings, the Cardinals knocked off top 10-ranked Michigan in consecutive seasons. Louisville defeated sixth-ranked Michigan 86-84 in Louisville, Ky. (12-6-78) as Bobby Turner had 26 points for the Cardinals and Darrell Griffith added in 25 points. Louisville won the first meeting at Michigan, beating the ninth-ranked Wolverines 88-86 (12-7-77).The Cardinals have been ranked among the nation’s top teams in multiple early rankings by national outlets, including the following:  No. 2 by Jon Rothstein, CBS Sports; No. 3 by Jeff Goodman, Stadium; No. 4 by Gary Parrish,; No. 4 by Jeremy Woo, Sports Illustrated; No. 5 by Jeff Borzello,; No. 5 by Seth Davis, The Athletic; No. 5 by Rob Dauster,; No. 6 by Mike Rutherford, SB Nation; No. 6 by Kyle Kensing, Athlon Sports; No. 8 by David Kenyon, Bleacher Report; and No. 11 by Mike DeCourcy, The Sporting News.Last season, Louisville achieved a 20-14 record against the nation’s fourth-toughest schedule and participated in its 39th NCAA Tournament.  Picked in the preseason to finish 11th in the ACC, UofL attained a 10-8 conference record and earned a tie for sixth in the final regular season standings.  The Cardinals will return six of their top seven scorers from last year and welcome at top 10 recruiting class.Fourteen teams in the Challenge competed in the 2019 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship: Final Four teams Michigan State and Virginia (NCAA Champion), Elite Eight teams Duke and Purdue, Sweet 16 teams Florida State, Michigan and North Carolina, as well as early-round teams Iowa, Louisville, Maryland, Minnesota, Ohio State, Syracuse and Wisconsin.  Seven of the top 15 teams in ESPN’s 2019-20 Way-Too-Early Top 25 are playing in the Challenge, including No. 4 Duke, No. 5 Louisville, No. 6 North Carolina and No. 14 Virginia from the ACC.2019 Big Ten/ACC Challenge ScheduleMonday, December 2Miami at IllinoisClemson at MinnesotaTuesday, December 3Michigan at LouisvilleDuke at Michigan StateIowa at SyracuseFlorida State at IndianaRutgers at PittsburghNorthwestern at Boston Collegelast_img read more

WB board Class X question papers to be opened before students

first_imgKolkata: In a departure from the norm, the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) on Tuesday announced that question paper packets will henceforth be opened in front of Class 10 candidates, shortly before the commencement of the examination. Earlier, the sealed packets were broken in the office of the institution’s headmaster and papers sorted accordingly before distribution among the students. “From 2019, the sealed question packets of Madhyamik examination (Class 10 board exam) will be opened by invigilators in front of students in the examination hall and distributed accordingly,” board president Kalyanmoy Ganguly said. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal life Sources said the WBBSE decision came in the wake of reports that the headmaster of a Jalpaiguri school, during the 2018 secondary examination, opened sealed question papers 35 minutes before the scheduled time. The headmaster was suspended by the board after he failed to give a satisfactory reply to a showcause notice issued to him. There were also reports of question paper leak on WhatsApp in 2017, but the board, back then, asserted that the paper circulated was “fake”. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killed Ganguly said the WBBSE members, along with officer in-charge of local police station and a district administration official, will hold meetings with the head of examination centres to ensure that the measures were implemented without glitches. “This time, the number of question papers in the packets will tally with the number of examinees in the hall. There will be no sorting beforehand,” he said. The new measure was aimed at ensuring that exams were conducted in a transparent manner, Ganguly added.last_img read more

Cyprus economy performing strongly says Dijsselbloem

first_imgTHE chairman of the euro area finance ministers, Dutchman Jeroen Dijsselbloem, said that the economic performance of Cyprus is “very strong and very good” and that growth may exceed 3 per cent this year.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 AboutLivestlyUndoModernizeIf Your Home Has Old Roofing, Read ThisModernizeUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCypriot tycoon launches ‘Bank of Cannabis’UndoThree arrested in connection with hotel theftsUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img

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