Tuesday, February 9, 2016

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Eleanor Friedberger: “Se minusvalora a Yoko Ono”

jenesaispop.com – Eleanor Friedberger actúa este martes 9 de febrero en Barcelona con Alberto Montero (Sala Jamboree). La “Fiery Furnace” acaba de firmar su tercer disco en solitario, en el que ahonda en la senda in…

Eleanor Friedberger: “Sé lo buena y lo mala que soy”

elperiodico.com – La celebrada cantautora pop-rock Eleanor Friedberger presenta el martes su nuevo disco, ‘New view’, en Jamboree (21.00 horas), dentro del ciclo Club Alhambra Reserva 1925. Ha dicho de este disco qu…

Political Polarization & Media Habits

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ASU Initiatives Delivering on Mission to Solve, Educate, Engage on Sustainability

sustainablebrands.com – Warren Gorowitz (right), a sustainability executive, with classmates in the Arizona State University (ASU) Executive Master of Sustainability Leadership program. Gorowitz is featured in a video tha…

‘Why newsrooms need anthropologists’ | Comments from media industry experts

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Scrappers News & Views: February 2016 News & Views

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Muslims Who Saved Jews During The Holocaust Finally Honored – Good News Network

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Why Video Games Make You Feel Sick (and What You Can Do About It)

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Delegation from East Kazakhstan Oblast Region


Joint Business Meeting with High Powered Delegation from East Kazakhstan Oblast Region
Thursday11th February 2016, Hotel Shangri-La, New Delhi

Dear Sir/Madam,
Greetings from ASSOCHAM!
We are pleased to inform you that ASSOCHAM referred to as the “Chamber of Chambers” the apex ‘Knowledge Chamber’ of India, is organizing a Joint Business Seminar with High Power Delegation from East Kazakhstan Oblast region and their purpose of this visit to India is to interact with Businesses Diaspora and to explore further the enormous potential of Indo-Kazakh bilateral trade which will be attended by Prominent guests including Excellency of Kazakhstan in India, Senior Government Officials from East Kazakhstan Oblast along with Senior officials from Ministry (Government of India) & high ranking Diplomats from Kazakh Embassy.
Day/Date                                    :           Thursday, 11th February 2016
Venue                                        :           Hotel Shangri-La, New Delhi.
Registration Time                        :           10:00 am – 10:30 am
The meeting will be preceded by a “Networking luncheon” at 1:30 pm.
v    This Joint Business Seminar will be followed by B2B meetings with the visiting delegation at the venue. The delegation will be led by Mr. Saktaganov Narymbet, First Deputy to the Governor East Kazakhstan region.
In the light of the importance of the event may I request you to kindly grace the event with your participation, in case you are unable to attend then you may nominate any official from your office.

Your confirmation for participation (Complimentary basis) may be sent at Email:gaurav.giri@assocham.com (M# 9599933669 / 9719292800 Mr. Gaurav Giri) latest by business day closing of 08th February, 2016.
“Please find enclosed a copy of the Draft Agenda for your kind
We shall deeply appreciate your kind and early confirmation on the
above ASSOCHAM invitation..
Look forward to your kind and an early confirmation on the above ASSOCHAM’s proposal.
Thanking you with warm regards,

Gaurav Giri
International Division


Most international visitors ever, most hotel nights sold as Toronto’s global appeal expands

Mumbai, 9th February 2016: Tourism in Toronto increased for the sixth consecutive year in 2015 as the destination welcomed a record 14.03 million overnight visitors, Tourism Toronto announced today. A further 26 million people travelled to Toronto for day trips, totaling 40.4 million visitors for the year in Canada’s most-visited destination. Visitors to Toronto spent $7.2 billion during their trips, the highest amount of economic activity the sector has ever generated.

Toronto surpassed 4 million international visitors for the first time in 2015 as American and overseas travellers continued to visit in greater numbers. Overnight visitors from the U.S. increased for the fifth consecutive year to 2.48 million and produced direct spending in Toronto of $1.32 billion. Overseas travellers, led by China and the U.K., numbered a record 1.75 million and spent $1.49 billion.

“Our destination has never looked better or been more attractive to foreign and domestic travellers,” said Johanne Bélanger, President and CEO of Tourism Toronto.

“Every day there are 110,000 visitors in our destination – 38,000 of them staying in a hotel. On average there are 6,800 American travellers and a further 4,800 visitors from other countries in Toronto every single day, and that speaks to the growing appeal of Toronto on a global scale. It also speaks to the hard work our team and our partners do selling and marketing Toronto in key world markets and the results those efforts are producing,” said Ms. Bélanger.

While visits to Toronto by Americans have increased every year since 2010, the 10 per cent growth in 2015 is the strongest year-over-year improvement yet. Arrivals by air have driven the growth in U.S. travel to Toronto and now account for 65 per cent of all trips by Americans to Toronto. In 2015 both air and land crossings surged, resulting in a record number of American visits. Tourism Toronto has intensified marketing efforts in the U.S. including the new Toronto Stopover program for Americans flying overseas via Air Canada, and expanded marketing partnerships with national and provincial partners.

Apart from the U.S., China remained the top international market for tourism with 260,400 travellers visiting Toronto in 2015, an increase of 13 per cent over the prior year. Other key source countries were the U.K. with 237,800 visitors (+10 per cent), India (106,700, +13 per cent), Japan (89,740, +3 per cent), Germany, (83,900, -1 per cent), Brazil (58,600, +24 per cent) and Mexico (37,750, +24 per cent).

Hotels in the Toronto region sold a record 9,647,500 room nights in 2015, an increase of 2.6 per cent. Over the past three years, increased tourism to Toronto has added 676,000 more annual hotel room nights.
There are more than 315,000 people employed in tourism and hospitality in the Toronto region, illustrating the significance of the sector to the broader economy and community.

“In addition to hotel stays, visitors spend money on meals, attractions, ticketed events like theatre, live music and sports, nightlife, taxis and shopping. Our meeting and events industry also generates widespread economic activity in businesses from convention centres and hotels to offsite venues, transportation companies, audio-visual and staging companies and many others who benefit every time Toronto hosts a meeting, conference or event,” said Ms. Bélanger.

Last year Toronto hosted 725 meetings and events that brought 356,600 delegates to the region and generated spending in Toronto of $417 million. At the same time, Tourism Toronto and its partners booked 751 new meetings and events for future years that will bring 351,900 delegates and $376 million in direct spending to the region.

About Tourism Toronto
Tourism Toronto, Toronto’s Convention and Visitors Association, is an industry association of more than 1,000 members established to sell and market the greater Toronto region as a remarkable destination for tourists, convention delegates and business travellers around the globe. Tourism Toronto operates in partnership with the Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport and the Greater Toronto Hotel Association. For more information please visit www.seetorontonow.com.

Warm Regards,

Anagha Nabar
Manager Corporate Communications

6th Hockey India Sub Junior Women National Championship 2016 (A Division)

6th Hockey India Sub Junior Women National Championship 2016 (A Division)
Ø  Hockey Punjab beats Delhi Hockey by 13-1
Ø  Hockey Chandigarh beats Hockey Maharashtra by 2-1
Ø  Madhya Pradesh Hockey Academy defeats Hockey Jharkhand by 5-0
Ø  Uttar Pradesh Hockey beats Hockey Patiala by 3-1
Ø  Sports Authority of India defeats Hockey Odisha by 6-1
Ø  Hockey Unit of Tamil Nadu beats Chhattisgarh Hockey by 2-1
Ø  Hockey Haryana & Hockey Gangapur-Odisha 1-1
Ø  Hockey Andhra Pradesh defeated Hockey Karnataka by 5-2
Rohtak, Haryana 08th February, 2016: The day 1 of the 6th Hockey India Sub Junior Women National Championship 2016 (A Division) saw some exciting clashes. The first match in Pool A was won by Hockey Punjab against Delhi Hockey by 13-1 and the second match of Pool A was won by Hockey Chandigarh beating Hockey Maharashtra by 2-1. In a Pool B Madhya Pradesh Hockey Academy clashed with Hockey Jharkhand and it ended with a score of 5-0. In the second match Uttar Pradesh Hockey beats Hockey Patiala by 3-1. Pool C witnessed Sports Authority of India defeating Hockey Odisha with a score of 6-1. Another clash in Pool C was in between Hockey Unit of Tamil Nadu and Chhattisgarh Hockey which ended with a score of 2-1. In Pool D Hockey Haryana & Hockey Gangapur-Odisha scored 1-1. The second match of Pool D between Hockey Andhra Pradesh and Hockey Karnataka ended at a score of 5-2
Hockey Punjab in the first match of the day defeated Delhi Hockey by a heavy goal difference of 13-1. Hockey Punjab team dominated the match since it started with scoring the first goal in the 2nd minute of the game. The first goal opened up the weaknesses in Delhi Hockey defence and  Hockey Punjab team capitalized by putting continuously 13 goals passed them. In the second match of Pool A Hockey Chandigarh defeated Hockey Maharashtra with 2-1. The First Goal was scored by Hockey Maharashtra at 4th minute and followed by two consecutive goals by Hockey Chandigarh at 11th and 44th minute respectively.
Madhya Pradesh Hockey Academy defeated Hockey Jharkhand by 5-0 in the first match of Pool B. Madhya Pradesh Hockey Academy took the first goal at 5th minute and continued scoring four more goals till the 30th minute. In the second match of Pool B Uttar Pradesh Hockey defeated Hockey Patiala by 3-1. The match stared with Uttar Pradesh Hockey scoring the first goal and continued to score two more goals, while Hockey Patiala took only score goal.
The dominance of Sports Authority of India was the highlight in Pool C as they defeated Hockey Odisha by a score line of 6-1. The first goal of the match was scored at the 13th minute, while sports Authority of India scored the first goal at 25th minute. The first half ended with a score of 2-1 in Sp0orts Authority of India. The dominant team carrying the momentum forward put four more goals past the Hockey Odisha goalkeeper and the Odisha team couldn’t find an answer. The second match of Pool C between Hockey Unit of Tamil Nadu and Chhattisgarh Hockey ended at a score of 2-1. Hockey Unit of Tamil Nadu took the first and second goal at 10th and 13th minute respectively, while Chhattisgarh Hockey took its first goal at the 40th minute.
The first Pool D match between Hockey Gangapur-Odisha & Hockey Haryana came to a draw with both teams securing one goal each at 11th minute and 35th minute respectively. The second match in Pool D between Hockey Andhra Pradesh and Hockey Karnataka was won by Hockey Andhra Pradesh with a score of 5-2. The first goal of the match was scored by Hockey Andhra Pradesh at the 6th minute, while Hockey Karnataka took the first goal at 27th minute. Hockey Andhra Pradesh continued to score five more goals and Hockey Karnataka came to a hault with just only one more goal during the match.
Results for the day:
Pool A:  Hockey Punjab 13 [Scorers: Baljeet Kaur- 2nd minute-FG; Prableen Kaur-4th minute-PC; Reet-5th minute-FG; Reet-7th minute-PC; Amandeep Kaur-9th minute-FG; Reet-15th minute-PC; Simranjeet Kaur-16th minute-FG; Reet- 33rdminute-FG; Simranjeet Kaur-33rd minute FG; Mahima-43rd minute- FG; Amandeep Kaur- 43rd minute-FG; Amandeep Kaur-47th minute-PC; Kashish-49th minute-FG; Kashish-56th minute-FG; Kashish-57th minute-FG] VS  Delhi Hockey 1
Hockey Chandigarh 2 [Scorers: Kiran Deep Kaur-11th minute-PC; Kiran Deep Kaur-44th minute-PC] VS Hockey Maharashtra 1 [Scorers: Gauri Shinde- 4th minute-FG]
Pool B:  Madhya Pradesh Hockey Academy 5 [Scorer: Sadhna Senegar-5th minute-PC; Anamika Devi Thangjam-11thminute-PC; Sadhna Senegar -23rd minute-FG; Anamika Devi Thangjam -27th minute-FG; Seema Verma-30th minute-PC] VS Hockey Jharkhand 0
Uttar Pradesh Hockey 3 [Scorer: Archana Bhardwaj-20th minute-PC; Mumtaz Khan-36th minute-FG; Vinamrata Yadav- 69th minute-FG] VS Hockey Patiala 1 [Scorer: Baljinder Kaur-44th minute-FG]
Pool C: Sports Authority of India 6 [Scorer: Anu-25th minute-PC; Monika Sihag-25th minute-FG; F.Lalwampuii-55thminute-FG; F.Lalwampuii-57th minute-FG; R.Lalrindiki-59th minute-PC; Chetna-61st minute-FG] VS Hockey Odisha [Scorer: Nimabati Singh-13th minute-FG]
Hockey Unit of Tamil Nadu 2 [Scorer: R.Haripriya-10th minute-PC; V.Kalaiselvi-13th minute-FG] VS Chhattisgarh Hockey 1 [Isha Markhnde-40th minute-FG]
Pool D: Hockey Haryana 1 [Scorer: Arti Kashyap-11th minute-FG] VS Hockey Gangapur-Odisha 1 [Scorer: NAMRATA JASMIN BARA-35th minute-PC
Hockey Andhra Pradesh 5 [Scorer: MAHESWARI BALAGONDA-6th minute-FG; JYOTHI PILLIGOIALA-25th minute-FG; JYOTHI PILLIGOIALA-53rd minute-FG; JYOTHI UNDABANDA-64th minute-PC; MALLESWARI THALARI-68th minute-PC] VS Hockey Karnataka 2 [MEGHANA S.-27th minute-FG; SUSHMITHA R.-59th minute-FG]
Schedule for tomorrow:

The Roundtable Japan – an initiative of Forma Corporation

Dear Naresh Sagar,
Over the last 11 years, The Roundtable Japan  – an initiative of Forma Corporation and Smadja & Smadja, has established itself as a major event in terms of prestige, relevance of the agenda and impact. We have every years 4 or 5 cabinet ministers joining us along with a number of members of Parliament and top business leaders from Japanese corporations, as well as foreign companies operating in Japan.
The Roundtable has become a group of reform-minded individuals in Japan. We limit the number of participants to 150 people because we believe that this number gives a critical mass of relevant business and political interlocutors and it is small enough to allow for genuine discussion and interaction in a very interactive, brainstorming format.
A number of topics that the Roundtable Japan had been instrumental to put at the forefront of the public agenda are now part of the agenda of Prime Minister Shinz? Abe.
Your participation in the 12th Roundtable Japan on 2-3 June 2016 in Tokyo will give you the opportunity to be part of a productive dialogue on Japan’s future and will give you some invaluable insights that will feed your business strategy.
I have attached the preliminary program for your reference. More information is available at:
I am obviously at your disposal to answer any question you may have and very much look forward to welcoming you in June.
Best Regards,
Yael Smadja
Smadja & Smadja
404 East 76th street
New York, NY 10021
T. +1 212 759 6000

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