Bride launches classaction lawsuit against Air Transat for ruining wedding

first_imgMONTREAL – A disgruntled B.C. bride has filed a national class-action lawsuit against Air Transat for ruining her wedding by allegedly misrepresenting flights as non-stop.Vancouver law firm Rosenberg Kosakoski LLP said Wednesday it has launched the claim against the airline operated by Montreal-based tour company Transat A.T. (TSX:TRZ).The claim alleges the airline fraudulently misrepresented its efforts that were designed to increase ticket prices and reduce costs by using “sub-standard aircraft.”The law firm says Air Transat advertised direct flights that typically garner higher prices. However, the aircraft ultimately made stops that were not disclosed to passengers until the plane was airborne.The class action was filed in the British Columbia Supreme Court by Jessica Spencer, a 33-year-old accountant from Victoria, on behalf of herself and other passengers who were misled.Spencer claims Air Transat’s actions ruined her dream destination wedding.The lawsuit hasn’t been tested in court.Transat couldn’t be immediately reached for comment.The class-action suit comes as the Canadian Transportation Agency held a hearing Wednesday about passengers being trapped for hours aboard two Air Transat jets earlier this summer in sweltering heat with a lack of water and facing the stench of vomit in the cabin.Christophe Hennebelle, the airline’s vice-president of corporate affairs, offered an apology to passengers, saying the hearings showed the complexity of the situation on July 31.Both planes were originally bound for Montreal — one from Brussels, the other from Rome — but were forced to divert to Ottawa due to weather conditions. They were among about 20 other planes that couldn’t land in Montreal or Toronto during a two-hour window.last_img read more

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Nvidia Nordstrom fall PGE Sprint rise

first_imgNEW YORK — Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Friday:Nvidia Corp., down $37.96 to $164.43The chipmaker said it had a large number of unsold chips because of a big drop in mining of cryptocurrencies.Nordstrom Inc., down $8.06 to $50.93The department store retailer issued weak guidance for the full year.PG&E Corp., up $6.66 to $24.40Remarks by the head of California’s utility regulator reassured investors that the financial hit from the state’s wildfires could be limited.Williams-Sonoma Inc., down $6.80 to $53.76The cookware seller said products were delayed because of shipping congestion out of China ahead of U.S. tariffs.Intel Corp., up 72 cents to $48.83The company announced a $15 billion increase to its stock buyback authorization.Shoe Carnival Inc., up $2.78 to $39.87The company reported earnings that were much higher than analysts were forecasting.Sprint Corp., up 19 cents to $6.31Reuters reported that the chief financial officer of T-Mobile said its acquisition of Sprint could close early next year.Exxon Mobil Corp., up 77 cents to $78.96Share in energy companies rose along with the rice of U.S. crude oil.The Associated Presslast_img read more

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Punjab National Bank appoints Rajesh Yaduvanshi as new executive director

first_imgNew Delhi: Punjab National Bank (PNB) Tuesday said it has appointed Rajesh Kumar Yaduvanshi as the Executive Director of the bank with effect from April 15.Yaduvanshi brings with him a diversified experience of over 3 decades in the banking industry, having held senior positions in the banking sector both in India and abroad, the bank said. He has also worked with Dena Bank in capacity of the Executive Director. Yadivanshi, having 34 years of banking career, had joined PNB as a management trainee in 1985. He holds a doctorate in science from lndian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi and has over and is also a certified associate member of lndian lnstitute of Bankers. With his joining, PNB now has three Executive Directors, the others being L V Prabhakar and A K Azad.last_img read more

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Antiterrorism committees brief Security Council on measures and threats

The chairmen of the three anti-terrorism committees briefed the Security Council today on recent measures undertaken to tackle the global scourge, with one chair highlighting the danger of non-State actors gaining access to weapons of mass destruction, and another saying that closer ties with Interpol had increased effectiveness.Peter Burian, Chairman of the so-called “1540” Committee named after its Security Council resolution, warned that “all States were vulnerable to being used by non-State actors who might want to gain access to weapons of mass destruction and their means of delivery.”“The best defence, then, is for States to implement resolution 1540 in full, such as by enacting and enforcing effective national legal and regulatory measures,” Mr. Burian said, adding that almost 70 states had yet to report to his Committee on what progress they had made in fulfilling the resolution’s requirements.In his briefing to the 15-member Council, Cesar Mayoral, Chairman of the Security Council Committee concerning Al-Qaida and the Taliban and associated entities, said that his Committee had “increased substantively cooperation with Interpol” to help with its mandate.Mr. Mayoral also said that members of the Committee’s Monitoring Team had accompanied him on recent visits to Indonesia and Japan and that in both countries he had been impressed with the high level of domestic and international coordination and cooperation.“Such cooperation is essential in the international fight against terrorism and the visits helped bring awareness of the crucial role the United Nations played in that regard,” he said.In her briefing to the Council, Ellen Margrethe Løj, Chairman of the Counter-Terrorism Committee, said that one of the key aspects of her committee’s role was also to visit States engaged in the fight against terrorism “in order to offer additional analysis.”She said that staff members had already visited Algeria and the United Republic of Tanzania and were making preparations for a visit to the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, adding that in the months ahead the Committee would put more emphasis on enhancing visits to States. read more

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US demands more security on international flights to US

FILE – In this Jan. 7, 2016 file photo, a laptop is seen in Las Vegas. The Homeland Security Department is set to announce new security measures Wednesday for international flights bound to the United States, which could lead to a lifting of a ban on laptops and other electronics from passenger cabins from certain airports. (AP Photo/John Locher, File) by Alicia A. Caldwell, The Associated Press Posted Jun 28, 2017 9:02 am MDT Last Updated Jun 28, 2017 at 5:20 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email US demands more security on international flights to US WASHINGTON – The Homeland Security Department is demanding that airlines around the world step up security measures for international flights bound for the United States or face the possibility of a total electronics ban for planes.Compliance with the new rules could lead to the lifting of a ban on laptops and other large electronics already in place for airlines flying to the United States from 10 airports in the Middle East and Africa. It could also stave off a much-discussed expansion of the ban to flights from Europe.Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly announced the rollout of the new rules Wednesday.The changes will be phased in over time and include enhanced passenger vetting, explosives detection and efforts to root out insider threats to airlines.“Security is my No. 1 concern,” Kelly said during a speech at the Center for a New American Security. “Our enemies are adaptive and we have to adapt as well.”Kelly said the changes will be “seen and unseen” and will be phased in over the coming weeks and months.He said airlines that don’t comply or are slow to enforce the new standards could be forced to bar large electronics in both carry-on and checked luggage. They could also lose permission to fly into the U.S. He said he’s confident that airlines will co-operate.The current ban, with affects only foreign carriers flying to the U.S. from 10 cities, allows passengers to travel with larger electronics packed in checked baggage.The new rules will apply to roughly 180 foreign and U.S.-based airlines, flying from 280 cities in 105 countries, according to Homeland Security. About 2,000 international flights land in the United States daily.Michael W. McCormick, executive director and COO of the Global Business Travel Association, said Wednesday that airports will have to deploy enhanced explosive trace detention technology within 21 days and within six months add additional screening, detection dogs and other enhanced security measures.He said his organization supports the new security measures because they will reduce the security risks but still allow passengers to use laptops and other electronics on international flights.“It’s the best option we have right now,” McCormick said.The original laptop and electronics ban has been in place since March amid concerns about an undisclosed threat described only as sophisticated and ongoing. That ban applied to nonstop flights to the United States from Amman, Jordan; Kuwait City, Kuwait; Cairo; Istanbul; Jeddah and Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; Casablanca, Morocco; Doha, Qatar; and Dubai and Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates. The roughly 50 affected flights are on foreign airlines.The government had considered expanding the laptop ban to include some European airports, though in recent public comments Kelly had suggested the government was looking at alternatives.The changes comes after the Transportation Security Administration said this month that it is testing computed-tomography, or CT, scanning at one checkpoint at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.The technology is already used for screening checked luggage, but the cost and larger size of the CT scanners has held back their use for carry-on bags. TSA had expected to begin testing CT scanners for carry-on luggage by the end of 2016.CT scanners create a 3-D image that can be rotated to give screeners a better look. Suspicious bags can be pulled aside and opened by screeners.American Airlines, which is participating in the test, said the technology could let passengers leave laptops, liquids and aerosols in their carry-on bags, speeding up the trip through the airport.The test comes as U.S. officials scramble to deal with potential new threats, including reports that terrorists are developing bombs that can be disguised as laptop batteries.The ban on laptops in the cabin is based on the belief that a bomb in the cargo hold would need to be bigger than one in the cabin, and capable of remote detonation. Checked luggage already goes through computed-tomography screening while carry-on bags don’t.___AP Diplomatic Writer Matthew Lee in Washington and Josh Funk in Omaha, Nebraska, contributed to this report.___Follow Alicia A. Caldwell on Twitter at www.twitter.com/acaldwellap and find her work at http://apne.ws/2svihLQ read more

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UN agency urges prosecution to end impunity for drug trafficking on high

Opening the event, “Success of the Piracy Prosecution Model: A Blueprint to End Impunity at Sea,” UNODC Executive Director Yury Fedotov explained that the inability to prosecute traffickers detected on the high seas remain a major challenge.“As we have seen, drug seizures alone have not deterred the criminals, who remain at large due to a lack of enforcement capacity. If we want to contain the problem of heroin trafficking through the Indian Ocean, we need to explore options for prosecuting drug traffickers,” he stressed in a press release on the event.The Executive Directive noted that even though the Combined Maritime Forces (CMF) had seized around 4,200 kilograms of heroin in the past eighteen months during counter-piracy and counter-terrorism missions in waters off of Africa, the Middle East and South Asia, it was forced to set the traffickers free because the seizures occurred in international waters.To prevent a culture of impunity from flourishing on the high seas, Mr. Fedotov pointed out that UNODC’s Maritime Crime Programme was developing programmes in Sri Lanka, Tanzania and Seychelles, including information sharing, joint investigations and legal responses. “In doing so,” he elaborated “UNODC is seeking to leverage its invaluable experience of working with East African States to successfully prosecute and incarcerate pirates.”Over the last four years, there has been a dramatic shift towards the southern route for delivering heroin and other drugs by sea of to Africa, Europe and Asia. Narcotics are sailed by dhows from the Makran coast, and then transferred to smaller vessels destined for the East African coast.Joel Morgan, Seychelles Minister of Home Affairs said, “Seychelles intends to leverage its successful counter-piracy programme to confront transnational organized crime, especially trafficking of illicit drugs and weapons. Central to this work is the Regional Fusion and Law Enforcement Centre for Safety and Security at Sea, which has a wealth of experience coordinating and analysing information from different law enforcement and military intelligence centers around the world.” read more

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New biochemical waste water cleaning equipment at MechelCoke Chelyabinsk

first_imgMechel OAO, one of the leading Russian mining and metals companies, has put a biochemical cleaning facility in operation to treat phenolic waste water from Mechel-Coke’s coke and chemicals production process. Mechel-Coke is part of Mechel Group’s mining division, operating on Chelyabinsk Metallurgical Plant’s industrial base.The new biochemical facility’s launch is part of Chelyabinsk’s long-term environment protection program. It enables the deep cleansing all of the waste water produced by Mechel-Coke, which is used for slaking coke, and decreases waste emissions by half.The new facility was designed by Eastern Coal and Chemical Research Institute in Yekaterinburg and neutralises waste water by applying special complexes of phenol-destroying microorganisms, which break the waste into water and carbon dioxide. This technology allows the company to thoroughly cleanse its emissions of phenols, thiocyanates and ammonium nitrogen and ensures higher neutralisation efficiency. The investment to construct this biochemical facility totalled some 900 million rubles ($27.5 million).“The launch of Mechel-Coke OOO’s biochemical waste water cleansing facility is part of the ecological program Mechel is implementing at Chelyabinsk Metallurgical Plant’s industrial area, which is subject to a sweeping modernisation of its technical facilities. Every one of Chelyabinsk Metallurgical Plant’s investment projects provides funds for environmental protection measures and introducing new equipment that will decrease or neutralize industrial waste, which helps to dramatically reduce the impact on the environment,” Mechel-Steel Management Company OOO’s Chief Executive Officer Andrei Deineko noted.Chelyabinsk Metallurgical Plant, in Chelyabinsk Region, Russia is a full-cycle steel plant. The plant has a diverse range of products: coke, pig iron, rolled steel, semi-finished rolled products in carbon and specialty steels, and forged billets. The plant is certified under the ISO 9001:2000 international standard. It is one of the few Russian companies entitled to assign its own code – ChS (for Chelyabinsk Steel) – to its products. The plant manufactures more than 130 grades of this steel indicating proven quality.last_img read more

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Greek Masterchef contestant evicted

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Botching George Calombaris’ oyster terrine recipe has cost Peter Kritikides his place in the Masterchef series. “I’ve just had the most unbelievable experience meeting some of my culinary icons- I’m an absolute foodie and the opportunity to meet these amazing international and national chefs has been an absolute treat.”The 29-year-old lawyer from Melbourne was eliminated last night following a Pressure Test challenge that saw him over poach his oysters. “The dish involved having to shuck 48 oysters, cook a kilo of shallots and all sorts of things in a technical dish that took over three hours to cook. When I plated it up, I was pretty proud of what I have achieved, but it just so happened that one element of my dish caused me to be eliminated,” he said. The recent eviction has not left a bitter taste in his mouth. “I’ve just had the most unbelievable experience meeting some of my culinary icons- I’m an absolute foodie and the opportunity to meet these amazing international and national chefs has been an absolute treat.” Kritikides described the past few weeks as, “pretty intimidating” as the contestants improved upon their skills. “As the numbers dwindles, there’s that reality check that you’re getting closer and closer to the end and the competition just keeps getting hotter and hotter,” he said. “It’s hard not to say that Marion will win but I want to back the underdogs in Adam or Callum.” Kritikides reveals that he and his wife are in the progress of establishing a “little food business”, which he hopes to run parallel to his legal career. Whilst he won’t reveal the exact details of the business, he says that he will, “always stay true to his Mediterranean background.”last_img read more

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first_imgIn an open letter of complaint co-signed by hundreds of Greek artists who gathered at Sfendoni Theatre in Athens, Jan Fabre and the Greek Minister of Culture, Aristidis Baltas were called to submit their resignations.The letter was backed by opposition parties and the majority of the Greek population who took to the streets and social media to express their disapproval. Following the artists’ announcement,Fabre announced his resignation to the Belgian press, prior to disclosing it to the Greek Culture ministry, stating: “I quit the position of artistic director of the Greek Festival, wrote the choreographer and director in a letter released by the ministry. I had accepted the proposal of the Ministry of Culture to make artistic choices freely. This does not seem possible in Greece. I do not want to work in a hostile environment artistic, to which I had come to the heart and mind open.”He carried on to wish his Greek successor-whoever that may be- “good luck”.Following Fabre’s resignation, Minister Baltas issued another statement saying that the famous choreographer came to Greece to assist the Ministry in a time of crisis, as a volunteer and would only receive a minimum salary of 20,000 euros per year. He then stressed that Baltas “Jan Fabre was subject to a coordinated attack by political parties, the media and part of the art world, calling it [the Festival] an anti-Greek structured four-year program, aimed not only to expand the international character of the festival but also to make international Greek creations.” Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

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Hyderabad traffic police introduce LED speed breakers at KBR

first_imgTo ensure that the motorists do not skip the traffic signal, the traffic police on Tuesday experimented LED speed breakers at the KBR park junction. This comes after the motorists skipping the signal on the pretext of not seeing it. Along with traffic light, the LED speed breakers gets switched on automatically at the KBR park junction. “They are waterproof and have a little effect during rain or stagnation of water, said M Narsing Rao, Inspector, Traffic police. He also added that they are experimenting it and launch it full-fledged based on the results. The LED speed breakers will help the motorists in noticing the signal from a distance who often comes with an excuse of not seeing the red light or a big vehicle blocking their sight. The speed breakers which is connected to the output of the traffic signal box switch colours with the traffic lights.last_img read more

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Graveyard turning into dump yard

first_imgMehdipatnam: Heaps of garbage being dumped in Ayodhya Nagar Colony near the Hindu graveyard at Mehdipatnam. The garbage mainly includes plastic waste. The condition of the area has been the same since the last three weeks. The residents of the area say that the GHMC workers have been neglecting the garbage, and it needs to be cleaned. Moreover, people from different areas also dump their garbage and leave. Not only near the graveyard, but garbage is also being dumped in the parking lot opposite to the residents of the area. There has been a foul smell and mosquito menace for the residents of the area.last_img read more

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Topic Studios Inks FirstLook Deal With Mermade Digital Arm of Sharon Horgans

first_img Popular on Variety Pictured above (l. to r.): Mermade’s Jeremy Rainbird, Kira Carstensen, Sharon Horgan, Clelia Mountford Kira Carstensen, global managing partner of Mermade, commented, “There isn’t a better production partner for Mermade than Topic Studios. They share our company’s values and the dedication to producing smart, conversation-starting content that is reflective of our times.”Topic is the entertainment studio and storytelling brand from First Look Media, which produces scripted and unscripted films (including Oscar-winner “Spotlight”), TV, digital and audio.Last year, Topic Studios commissioned short-form comedy series “aka Wyatt Cenac,” written by and starring the comedian. It debuted on First Look Media’s Topic.com and was nominated for a 2018 Emmy Award for in the short-form comedy/drama series category.Topic Studios’ current TV projects in development include: “States of America” from writer Tom King and producer Playground Entertainment; dramatic series “Atomic Bazaar,” about the underground world of nuclear trafficking with Pulse Films and written by Greg Burke; “Hunger,” a thriller written about the dangerous business of the global food industry written by Alex Garcia Lopez; “Gold Fame Citrus,” a dystopian thriller written by Jack Paglen; and “The Apothecary,” based on the bestselling YA trilogy by Maile Meloy, written by Mark Levin and Jennifer Flackett. Topic Studios also co-financed Debra Granik’s “Leave No Trace” and political documentary “Dark Money” from director Kimberly Reed, both currently in theaters.Merman produces comedy for networks in the U.K. and U.S., including four seasons of “Catastrophe” for Channel 4 and Amazon, “Motherland” for BBC, and “Divorce” for HBO. Upcoming series from the company include “Women on the Verge” for UKTV and “There She Goes” for BBC. Merman announced a first-look deal with Amazon Studios earlier this year and is in development on a new half-hour comedy series for Amazon created by Sharon Horgan, John Hamburg and Ian Helfer, set to star Horgan and Billy Magnussen.The new Mermade arm, announced last week, is led by global managing partners Jeremy Rainbird and Kira Carstensen, who are joined by Rene Rechtman and Dan’l Hewitt — who recently exited Disney’s exit at Maker Studios — as non-executive directors. Mermade U.K. managing director Joshua Buckingham joined the company from his commissioning role at Channel 4 and All 4. The L.A. office will be run by Carstensen and Melanie Donkers, recently appointed development director USA, who joined the Mermade USA team from Pulse Films and Fullscreen. ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15 First Look Media’s Topic Studios and Mermade, the new digital-focused division of Sharon Horgan and Clelia Mountford’s Merman production company, announced a first-look pact to develop and produce premium short-form content.Topic Studios and Mermade plan to collaborate on scripted and non-scripted series, working with both established and emerging filmmakers and talent. It’s the first content partnership for the Mermade. Lisa Leingang, Topic Studios senior VP of programming and content, will oversee the project for Topic.“We’re thrilled to join forces with such a well-respected brand in the industry in their new venture,” said Michael Bloom, CEO of First Look Media, in announcing the pact. “Mermade is a perfect partner to help enhance our studio’s commitment to short-form content, an area we continue to be extremely bullish about.”last_img read more

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Pic of the Day From coasttocoast in Costa Rica

first_imgCosta Rica’s ‘invaluable’ 280-kilometer, sea-to-sea, 16-day hike Camino de Costa Ricais a 280-kilometer trek from Costa Rica’s Atlantic to Pacific coasts. The journey includes visiting a community that’s only reachable by boat.Click the above image for a full view, and check out our story below: Related posts:Pic of the Day: Rainbow over Santo Domingo Pic of the Day: Sunset over Jacó Reader photos: Beauty at Jacó Beach Pic of the Day: Costa Rica in the spotlight as it hosts international meeting on Venezuelacenter_img This story was made possible thanks to The Tico Times 5 % Club. If only 5 percent our readers donated at least $2 a month, we’d have our operating costs covered and could focus on bringing you more original reporting from around Costa Rica. We work hard to keep our reporting independent and groundbreaking, but we can only do it with your help. Join The Tico Times 5% Club and help make stories like this one possible.Support the Tico Times Facebook Commentslast_img read more

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