Journal Article – Nalburiye Dergisi http://nalburiyedergisi.com/ Wed, 29 Jun 2022 04:10:07 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://nalburiyedergisi.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon-1.png Journal Article – Nalburiye Dergisi http://nalburiyedergisi.com/ 32 32 Morgan County primary voters hope to take a step towards change https://nalburiyedergisi.com/morgan-county-primary-voters-hope-to-take-a-step-towards-change/ Tue, 28 Jun 2022 22:51:57 +0000 https://nalburiyedergisi.com/morgan-county-primary-voters-hope-to-take-a-step-towards-change/ While November’s election tends to attract attention, Tuesday’s primary drew a steady stream of voters who said it was important to have their voices heard in any election. “I like to vote in all elections – local, state, primary, general,” said Sal Vitale of Jacksonville. “I always try to be present and vote.” As of […]]]>

While November’s election tends to attract attention, Tuesday’s primary drew a steady stream of voters who said it was important to have their voices heard in any election.

“I like to vote in all elections – local, state, primary, general,” said Sal Vitale of Jacksonville. “I always try to be present and vote.”

As of 4 p.m. Tuesday, the county clerk’s office had already received more than 600 early ballot votes.

County Clerk Jill Waggener said early indications were that turnout would be higher for this primary than in the past.

Waggener said voting in the primary is important to choosing the best candidate to represent someone’s party in November.


“What people do is nominate whoever they want in the November ballot,” Waggener said. “We nominate, we don’t elect.”

Jacksonville’s Pete Lira says there can’t be a general election without a primary. And it’s the primary election that helps narrow the November ballot down to the candidates people want.

“That’s what makes things happen,” Lira said. “If you don’t vote, your representative may not even be selected.”

Jacksonville’s Caroline Sturgen said she rarely votes in the primary, but there were a few candidates she wanted to help secure a nomination this year.

“I had a few people I wanted to vote for in particular,” Sturgen said. “I may not be able to vote for them if they don’t make it to the general election.”

Sturgen said she might not always vote in a primary if she isn’t educated about the issues or the candidates.

“As I got older, I paid more attention to politics,” Sturgen said. “I try to choose someone with similar values ​​to mine. It’s their job to represent us.”

Jacksonville’s Phronsie Spaulding said she was trying to become more active in an attempt to influence change.

“I feel like the government is a mess, that as a citizen I have to vote to change that,” Spaulding said. “It’s not that a vote can change too much, but I can’t really complain if I don’t participate.”

Spaulding said she often votes for candidates based on what they support or who they care about.

“If we want to change the way the world is, we’re going to have to vote in the primaries,” Spaulding said.

Jacksonville’s Lisa Viles said the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision last week to overturn Roe v. Wade encouraged her to vote in the primary.

“I know it probably doesn’t make much of a difference,” Viles said. “There weren’t many choices for most races.”

Viles said she wants to be more active and try to influence decisions made in the state and the nation.

Associate Editor Darren Iozia contributed to this article.

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Avoiding the Pitfalls of Illegal Medical Cosmetology Services https://nalburiyedergisi.com/avoiding-the-pitfalls-of-illegal-medical-cosmetology-services/ Mon, 27 Jun 2022 11:38:13 +0000 https://nalburiyedergisi.com/avoiding-the-pitfalls-of-illegal-medical-cosmetology-services/ VSOsmetology has become a focal point of consumer complaints, surpassing many traditional categories of goods and services, in the China Consumers Association’s analysis of complaints received by the National Consumers Association in 2021. The Law Enforcement Guide for Medical Cosmetology Advertising, issued by the State Administration for Market Regulation in November 2021, provides guidance to […]]]>

VSOsmetology has become a focal point of consumer complaints, surpassing many traditional categories of goods and services, in the China Consumers Association’s analysis of complaints received by the National Consumers Association in 2021.

The Law Enforcement Guide for Medical Cosmetology Advertising, issued by the State Administration for Market Regulation in November 2021, provides guidance to local government in market regulation at all levels to strengthen the monitoring of advertising in medical cosmetology. It also guides consumers on how to avoid the many pitfalls involving illegal medical cosmetology in the market.

In this article, the authors summarize the pitfalls to avoid in illegal medical cosmetology services.

LICENSED AND REGISTERED?

Xue Zheng
Senior partner
DOCVIT law firm

Article 23 of the Measures for the Administration of Medical Cosmetic Services provides that no entity or person shall provide medical cosmetic services without a license to practice from medical organizations and the approval of the registration authority to perform diagnostics and medical cosmetic treatments.

In practice, some life cosmetology organizations often deliberately confuse life cosmetology and medical cosmetology, and perform unregistered medical cosmetology services without permission from the health department. Some cosmetic medical institutions provide cosmetic medical services beyond the scope of medical diagnosis and treatment approved by the health department.

Accordingly, when consumers choose a medical cosmetics supplier, they can inquire through the medical organization inquiry system of the health administration department whether it has a license; and whether its diagnostics and treatment services fall within its registered and approved scope.

QUALIFIED PRACTITIONERS?

Article 11 of the device provides that: “The attending physician responsible for the implementation of medical-aesthetic services must meet the following conditions:
(1) qualified as a physician and registered with the Physicians Registration Authority;
(2) have experience in relevant clinical disciplines;
(3) have completed training or higher education in medical cosmetology, or been engaged in clinical medical cosmetics for more than one year; and
(4) other conditions specified by the provincial government’s health administrative department.

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Article 14 provides that: “Personnel who have not been approved by the health administration or have not completed the formalities for registration to practice may not perform the services of diagnosis and medical treatment. -aesthetic.

Therefore, the attending physician liability system is implemented in the medical cosmetic services industry – and the attending physician must be a qualified medical practitioner with experience in the relevant clinical disciplines, qualification in medical cosmetology or working there for more than one year, and registered with the administrative health service on its approval by the medico-cosmetic organization.

In practice, personal injuries caused by the irregular operation of “doctors” and “cosmetologists” often occur in aesthetic medicine departments. Therefore, in addition to choosing a legally qualified cosmetic medical organization, consumers should also check whether the personnel engaged in cosmetic medical services are qualified attending physicians – and can also inquire about the doctor’s registration through the inquiry system. from the administrative health department for confirmation.

DRUGS/DEVICES APPROVED?

Article 17 of the measures provides that: “Practitioners of medical cosmetics organizations shall strictly implement relevant laws, regulations and rules and observe the operating rules of medical cosmetics technology. Medical equipment used by medical cosmetic organizations must be approved by the relevant departments. »

Therefore, medical cosmetic organizations must: use drugs and medical devices that meet the registration, approval or filing requirements of the Drug Administration Act, regulations for the supervision and administration medical devices and other laws and regulations of China; purchase drugs and medical devices from enterprises with production and operation qualifications; and use them in a standard way according to the operating procedures.

In practice, some medical cosmetic service providers use poor quality equipment, or drugs and medical devices from unknown sources, or fail to comply with national regulations, resulting in a series of personal injury incidents.

Therefore, before receiving medical cosmetic services, a consumer can check the qualification certificates of used drugs and medical devices – and help prevent illegal organizations from using fake and shoddy medical cosmetic drugs and medical devices from source unknown.

This can be done by querying the official drug regulatory authority website and scanning the drug and medical device code to trace the source.

FALSE AND ILLEGAL ADVERTISING

The law enforcement guide mentioned above lists a series of issues requiring attention in monitoring medical cosmetology advertisements.

These include: the creation of “appearance anxiety” in violation of good social morality; ensure the safety and effectiveness of diagnosis and treatment; compare the effects before and after diagnosis and treatment with the patient’s name or picture as evidence; and publishing medical cosmetology advertisements in a disguised form of health care knowledge introduction, exclusive interviews and news reports are all subject to punishment as serious violations of the law.

For example, ads like “facial features more important than inner quality” and “10 years younger, effective immediately after surgery and up to 90% success rate” all fall into this category.

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In practice, medical cosmetology advertisements containing such illegal elements are not uncommon – and hashtags about “appearance anxiety” are regularly circulated on social media platforms.

Faced with this meteoric trend of medical cosmetology advertising, consumers must remain alert and vigilant, carefully identify quality services and maintain a cautious and scientific mind.

False and illegal advertising on medical cosmetology must be resolutely combated. Even when it comes to legal and compliance aspects, all factors should always be carefully considered before making a commitment.

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Lorain Police Chief Cel Rivera will be missed https://nalburiyedergisi.com/lorain-police-chief-cel-rivera-will-be-missed/ Sat, 25 Jun 2022 16:01:49 +0000 https://nalburiyedergisi.com/lorain-police-chief-cel-rivera-will-be-missed/ Former Lorain Police Chief Celestino (Cel) Rivera, who retired as the International City’s Top Cop in 2019, will leave a legacy, not only to the Lorain Police Department, but also to the community. Rivera, 72, of Wakeman, died of natural causes June 22 at Fisher-Titus Medical Center after being admitted to the emergency room. Shortly […]]]>

Former Lorain Police Chief Celestino (Cel) Rivera, who retired as the International City’s Top Cop in 2019, will leave a legacy, not only to the Lorain Police Department, but also to the community.

Rivera, 72, of Wakeman, died of natural causes June 22 at Fisher-Titus Medical Center after being admitted to the emergency room.

Shortly after his passing, news quickly spread through the community.

The man who spent 49 years as a Lorraine policeman is gone.

Although Rivera retired, he still served the Lorain community.

In December 2020, Lorain Mayor Jack Bradley appointed Rivera to the Lorain Academic Distress Commission.

Recently, Rivera participated in the Ohio Hispanic Veterans Memorial Project to create a monument to honor veterans of Latino descent.

Often, Rivera would speak to groups and talk about his years in foster care and the fact that he had dropped out of high school when he was 16.

He then joined the military and served in Vietnam, working toward his high school diploma while in the military.

Back in the Cité Internationale, he joined the Lorraine police in 1971 and quickly rose through the ranks.

He was appointed acting chief on September 26, 1994, and was assigned to the permanent position on March 13, 1995.

On May 31, 2019, Rivera, who was 69, announced at Mayor Chase Ritenauer’s final press conference before resigning to take a job in private industry, that he too was ending his career in law enforcement. law.

Rivera was trying not to be emotional, but he admitted his voice was breaking as he spoke.

But, he felt good about his decision to quit.

Following Rivera’s death, Morning Journal reporter Heather Chapin interviewed Bradley, current Lorain Police Chief James McCann, and Victor Leandry, executive director of El Centro De Servicos Soc, a Latino organization in nonprofit and longtime friend of Rivera.

Bradley described Rivera as a very fair person who always made sure everyone was treated fairly.

We believe many others would offer the same feeling.

Ironically, Bradley admitted he had a sometimes contentious prior relationship with Rivera.

Bradley, a criminal defense attorney before taking over as mayor in 2020, knew the chef from his work representing not-so-tasty individuals Rivera was trying to keep behind bars.

There was a lot of bitter action between them.

However, Bradley respected Rivera and appreciated him for his service in the Vietnam War, in the Lorain Police Department, and for his contributions to the community after his retirement.

So much respect that Bradley named Rivera to the Lorain Academic Distress Commission.

In fact, Bradley had an appointment scheduled to meet with Rivera on June 27 about the Ohio Hispanic Veterans Memorial Project.

Bradley is convinced that if the monument is built, it will bear Rivera’s name.

Leandry was also deeply saddened by Rivera’s passing saying his friend made people feel so special. He said the former leader was a man of integrity and strong family values.

Rivera and Leandry worked together on the Ohio Hispanic Veterans Memorial Project and he recalled how passionate Rivera was about the project.

McCann was another individual and fellow officer who is touched by Rivera’s passing.

Rivera continued to advise McCann until his death.

McCann had a close relationship with Rivera and relied on his predecessor’s advice when trouble was brewing.

Additionally, McCann noted that Rivera was involved with the Church of the Sacred Heart of Lorain and that his faith was important to him.

McCann said Rivera’s death is a loss, not just to himself, but to the community, and he’s right.

Lorain Gendarmerie issued a statement on Rivera’s death on his Facebook page saying his commitment to service, compassion and dedication for nearly 50 years of service has left an impression on the citizens of Lorain.

What Rivera accomplished during his tenure at the Lorain Police Department will forever be remembered by those who worked with him.

Lorain’s officers will continue to honor Rivera’s legacy by continuing the mission to which he was so committed.

In a Morning Journal article published on November 30, 2019, Rivera said, “I will miss the men and women of the department; that’s what I’ll miss the most. I always said I was not a hero, but I had the opportunity to walk with heroes every day. I will continue to be involved in the community and look forward to seeing what James and the department do in the future.

We salute Rivera for his career and his contributions to the town of Lorain.

Good job, Chief Rivera.

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Patent Poetry: Heirs of ‘Top Gun’ Magazine Article Author Sue for Copyright Infringement | AEON Law https://nalburiyedergisi.com/patent-poetry-heirs-of-top-gun-magazine-article-author-sue-for-copyright-infringement-aeon-law/ Thu, 23 Jun 2022 17:02:20 +0000 https://nalburiyedergisi.com/patent-poetry-heirs-of-top-gun-magazine-article-author-sue-for-copyright-infringement-aeon-law/ _________________________________________________ Paramount is being sued For copyright infringement On “Maverick” _________________________________________________ As Top Gun: Maverick pass Doctor Strange 2 become the highest grossing movie in the United States this year, the heirs of the author of the article that inspired the original 1986 Tom Cruise film were sued for copyright infringement. As NPR reported, In […]]]>

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Paramount is being sued

For copyright infringement

On “Maverick”

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As Top Gun: Maverick pass Doctor Strange 2 become the highest grossing movie in the United States this year, the heirs of the author of the article that inspired the original 1986 Tom Cruise film were sued for copyright infringement.

As NPR reported,

In 1983, Ehud Yonay wrote an article for California magazine titled “Top Guns”, a character-driven story of two ambitious Navy fighter pilots. Paramount Pictures bought the film rights and three years later, in 1986, “Top Gun” was released. Now Yonay’s family says they own the copyright to the story and that Paramount is infringing it.

As a general rule, for works created after January 1, 1978, copyright protection lasts the life of the author plus another 70 years. Thus, the heirs of the author, as well as the original author, can claim infringement and seek royalties for the use of copyrighted material.

Yonay passed away in 2012, and the claim is made by his widow and son. They filed a notice in 2018 claiming copyright to the article that was sold to Paramount, and it took effect in 2020.

As Variety Remarks,

“Top Gun: Maverick” went into production in May 2018 and was originally slated to be released in July 2019. The film was delayed for a year, to June 2020, to allow more time to work on the flight sequences, then was delayed for another two years due to the pandemic. The lawsuit argues that the film was not actually completed until May 2021, more than a year after the termination notice went into effect.

The case will involve several issues, including the little-known doctrine of copyright reversion or termination.

Under 17 USC § 203(a)(3),

In the case of any work other than a work made on behalf of others, the exclusive or non-exclusive grant of transfer or license of copyright or any right under a copyright author, executed by the author on or after January 1, 1978, other than by will, is subject to termination under the following conditions:

Termination of the grant may take place at any time during a period of five years beginning after thirty-five years from the date of execution of the grant; or, if the grant relates to the right of publication of the work, the period begins after thirty-five years from the date of publication of the work under the grant or after forty years from the date the grant is executed, whichever term ends first.

A major issue is whether the new Superior gun film really infringes the copyright of the author in the article, which was factual.

As TechDirt points out,

You cannot copyright facts. And most movies based on magazine articles don’t copy any of the copyrighted prose of the article. And so “film rights” are really just a kind of insurance policy. It tends to do two things: (1) keep the author of the original article from saying how unfair this whole thing is, and (2) maybe, but not always, get the writer to at least help a little about the history of the film. to make sure it makes sense. And that’s all. There’s not a whole lot of actual “rights” involved, as movies rarely have much to do with actual copyrighted material.

And, indeed, that seems to be the case with the “Top Guns” story, which was not about Maverick and Goose, but as the complaint itself points out, two real pilots with entirely different nicknames.

According to NRP,

Paramount said, in quotes, “these claims are baseless, and we will vigorously defend ourselves.” The studio also said in response to a cease and desist letter sent by the family that “Top Gun: Maverick” is obviously not derived from the magazine’s story and that the film was sufficiently completed before the change. of copyright. The Yonays dispute both of these allegations. Which of these arguments will fly is now up to the court.

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Calendar of events around Jacksonville, Illinois today https://nalburiyedergisi.com/calendar-of-events-around-jacksonville-illinois-today/ Tue, 21 Jun 2022 05:23:46 +0000 https://nalburiyedergisi.com/calendar-of-events-around-jacksonville-illinois-today/ Farmers Market: 7 a.m. to noon, Pathway Plaza, 1905 W. Morton Ave. Prices vary. | Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday until October 31. Link cards accepted. Gift of products and bakery: 9 a.m. to noon, Jacksonville Food Center, 316 E. State St. Free | For residents of Morgan County. Center for American Archeology Eco Adventure […]]]>

Farmers Market: 7 a.m. to noon, Pathway Plaza, 1905 W. Morton Ave. Prices vary. | Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday until October 31. Link cards accepted.

Gift of products and bakery: 9 a.m. to noon, Jacksonville Food Center, 316 E. State St. Free | For residents of Morgan County.

Center for American Archeology Eco Adventure Day Camp: 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., The McCully Heritage Project, Crawford Creek Road, Kampsville. $25 per day; $50 two days; $70 three days. | For children entering fifth-eighth grade. Session 1: June 21-23. Session 2: June 28-30. Each day will include a hike, activities, and information on navigation methods, plants, wildlife, and more. To register or for more information, visit caa-archeology.org


Benjamin P. Thomas Symposium: 10 a.m., President Abraham Lincoln Springfield Hotel, 701 E. Adams St., Springfield. Free presentations. Lunch $35. | Part of Lincoln’s birthday celebration. Reservations required for lunch, online at abrahamlincolnassociation.org or by calling 217-546-2656.

Songs and Stories with Mike Anderson: 10 a.m., Jacksonville Public Library, 201 W. College Ave. | Musician and storyteller Mike Anderson performs silly songs and stories. For more information, call 217-243-5435 or email clangdon@jaxpl.org.

Free lunch: 11:45 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Salvation Army, 331 W. Douglas Ave. | Meals in take-out containers can be picked up at the side door.

Walking for well-being: 12:30-3pm, First Christian Church, 2106 S. Main St. Free | Indoor walking program offered year-round Monday through Thursday. For more information, call 217-243-6445.

Spirit of Faith Soup Kitchen: 3:30-4pm, Spirit of Faith Soup Kitchen, 105 E. Dunlap St. Free | Serve take-out meals for anyone in need.

Bluffs Market: 4-6 p.m., Bluffs Town Center Square. Prices vary. | Crafts, vendors, farmer’s market, flea market and more. Every Tuesday until Labor Day.

Abraham Lincoln Association Anniversary Banquet: 6:00 p.m., President Abraham Lincoln Springfield Hotel, 701 E. Adams St., Springfield. Tickets $95. | Part of Lincoln’s birthday celebration. The featured speaker is Jon Meacham, author of historical biographies and television commentator. Reception at 6 p.m. Dinner at 7 p.m. Tickets available online at abrahamlincolnassociation.org or by phone at 217-546-2656.

Jacksonville Promise Night: 7 p.m., Leo’s Pizza, 230 S. Main St. | Every third Tuesday of every month, mention the Jacksonville Promise Scholarship Program when placing your order and Leo will donate 15%. Call 217-243-3413.

Wednesday

Gift of products and bakery: 9:00 a.m., noon, Jacksonville Food Center, 316 E. State St. Free | For residents of Morgan County.

Story time: 10:00 a.m., Jacksonville Public Library, 201 W. College Ave. Free | Stories and a job. For more information, call 217-243-5435 or email clangdon@jaxpl.org.

Free lunch: 11:45 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Salvation Army, 331 W. Douglas Ave. | Meals in take-out containers can be picked up at the side door.

Brown Bag Lunch in the Park: 12 p.m. to 1 p.m., Art Zeeck Park, Beardstown. Meal $3 including drink and dessert. | Every Wednesday in June. Music by Landon Wink.

Walking for well-being: 12:30-3pm, First Christian Church, 2106 S. Main St. Free | Indoor walking program offered year-round Monday through Thursday. For more information, call 217-243-6445.

Distribution of food products: 1:15 p.m., Salvation Army, 331 W. Douglas Ave. Free | For residents eligible for Morgan County income. Bring proof of residency and a box for food.

Spirit of Faith Soup Kitchen: 3:30-4pm, Spirit of Faith Soup Kitchen, 105 E. Dunlap St. Free | Serve take-out meals for anyone in need.

Community walking group: 3:30 p.m., Boyd Hospital Wellness Center, Eighth and School Streets, Carrollton. Free for Wellness Center members, $1 for non-members. | For more information and to register, all Dawn at 217-942-6946 ext. 1352.

County Line Dancing Club Class: 6:30 p.m., The Hangout Bar & Grill, 901 W. Superior Ave. $5.

To submit items to the calendar, go to myjournalcourier.com and select “calendar” or send an e-mail jjcsocial@myjournalcourier.com. Articles must be submitted at least 48 hours in advance.

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Kerala is not in the “debt trap”; RBI article failed to study ground realities: FM Balagopal https://nalburiyedergisi.com/kerala-is-not-in-the-debt-trap-rbi-article-failed-to-study-ground-realities-fm-balagopal/ Sun, 19 Jun 2022 15:14:23 +0000 https://nalburiyedergisi.com/kerala-is-not-in-the-debt-trap-rbi-article-failed-to-study-ground-realities-fm-balagopal/ Affirming that Kerala is not in a ‘debt trap’, Finance Minister KN Balagopal said on Sunday that an RBI article expressing concerns over the financial health of the state was written without studying the realities ground. Criticizing the Reserve of India (RBI) article as well as the comprehensive approach of the central government, Balagopal, also […]]]>

Affirming that Kerala is not in a ‘debt trap’, Finance Minister KN Balagopal said on Sunday that an RBI article expressing concerns over the financial health of the state was written without studying the realities ground.

Criticizing the Reserve of India (RBI) article as well as the comprehensive approach of the central government, Balagopal, also a senior leader of the ruling Left Front, said Kerala was facing financial difficulties as any other Indian state and that these could be managed. only with the collective efforts of the Center and the States.

While the RBI editorial staff spoke of a mixed response after calling for remedial action in five states including Kerala, Balagopal said those who prepared the report failed to take into account the difficulties faced by his state in due to the outbreak of COVID-19 and Nipah and natural calamities like floods in 2018 and 2019.

“As far as Kerala is concerned, we are not in a debt trap… We are in financial difficulties like many other states,” the minister told PTI.

Balagopal said he expects this year to see remarkable improvement in the financial sector.

“This year we expect greater improvement. Our finances are not at a dangerous level. We are 100% confident that we can continue to grow,” the minister said, but clarified that to help states , the Center needs to change its approach.

Urging the union government to provide the states with their justifiable share of the revenue, Balagopal said the Center has yet to decide on their request to extend the GST compensation beyond June.

Referring to the RBI document which stated that Kerala, along with two other states, is expected to surpass the debt to GDP ratio of 35% by 2026-27, he pointed out that the central government’s debt to GDP ratio was well more than that.

Noting that borrowing has never pushed the state into a financial crisis, Balagopal said the state’s borrowing rate was 3.4% last year despite the borrowing limit set by the government. at 3.5% of the state’s gross domestic product, while the Center’s borrowing rate was 6.9% of GDP last year, which he said was much higher.

Balagopal said cutting government spending out of concern for fiscal prudence would not help revive the economy.

He alleged that instead of taxing the wealthiest people, the central government gave tax breaks to large corporations and that “such financial policies create great difficulties in the economy of the country and to repair these damages, he has been forced to reduce employment opportunities for millions of young people and introduce a contract system for them when recruiting into the armed forces.” Asked if the financial crisis was the reason for the change in the policy of recruiting young central government jobs like the armed forces new Agnipath program, he said these financial policies of the Center have led to protests in the country.

Balagopal, however, claimed that the civil service system in Kerala is very strong and that the left-wing government in the state, despite financial difficulties, is taking all necessary steps to ensure that a strong system is in place. place to serve the people.

Seeking to counter the assertion made in the RBI document, the minister said the government could control inflation in the state through a strong public distribution system and effective government intervention in the public market.

Citing the latest data, Balagopal said the consumer price index (CPI) rose from 5.1 in April to 4.82 in May, which he said is remarkable as the national average of CPI was 7.04.

He said the RBI team did not consider the state’s financial situation during the outbreak of COVID-19 and Nipah virus and two consecutive floods in 2018 and 2019 when preparing for the report.

“This is a financial situation of the COVID period. In fact, we have spent a lot on reconstruction, including two packages of Rs 20,000 crore each and a package of Rs 5,800 crore for the pharmaceutical business sector. .

All those expenses are there. And during the COVID-19 period, we were able to provide free food kits to every household. Such initiatives were undertaken at a time when there was a complete lockdown due to which the entire market was affected.

“Even before the outbreak of COVID-19, we had to deal with problems related to natural calamities and we spent a lot on rebuilding the state,” the minister added.

Echoing the words of his predecessor and senior CPI(M) official Thomas Isaac, the minister said providing a stimulus package to Kerala to invest in capital spending is the only way out to overcome the crisis.

Speaking to PTI earlier, Isaac had said: ‘The Center should provide a stimulus package to the state for capital spending, so that revenues grow.’

Balagopal said that the states would be able to overcome the stress through the collective efforts of the Center and the state governments and expressed the hope that the union government would take steps in this direction.

The RBI article prepared by a team of economists under Deputy Governor Michael Debabrata Patra said state finances are vulnerable to a variety of unexpected shocks that could alter their fiscal outcomes, causing slippages by to their budgets and expectations.

“The recent economic crisis in neighboring Sri Lanka is a reminder of the critical importance of public debt sustainability. Indian state fiscal conditions are showing early signs of growing stress,” he said.

For some states, he added, shocks can significantly increase their debt, raising fiscal sustainability issues.

For the five most indebted states of Bihar, Kerala, Punjab, Rajasthan and West Bengal, the stock of debt is no longer sustainable as debt growth has outpaced their gross domestic product growth (GSDP) over the past five years, he warned. .

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Monte Vista Newspaper | CSP: contributing factor of alcohol in a crash between two vehicles on Highway 160 https://nalburiyedergisi.com/monte-vista-newspaper-csp-contributing-factor-of-alcohol-in-a-crash-between-two-vehicles-on-highway-160/ Fri, 17 Jun 2022 18:52:48 +0000 https://nalburiyedergisi.com/monte-vista-newspaper-csp-contributing-factor-of-alcohol-in-a-crash-between-two-vehicles-on-highway-160/ ALMOSA COUNTY — Alcohol was reportedly a contributing factor in a two-vehicle crash Thursday night, June 16, on State Road 160, a half-mile east of Milepost 246, according to Colorado State Patrol. The occupants of the vehicles were treated for serious to moderate injuries at a nearby hospital. At approximately 9:53 p.m., a blue 2014 […]]]>

ALMOSA COUNTY — Alcohol was reportedly a contributing factor in a two-vehicle crash Thursday night, June 16, on State Road 160, a half-mile east of Milepost 246, according to Colorado State Patrol. The occupants of the vehicles were treated for serious to moderate injuries at a nearby hospital.

At approximately 9:53 p.m., a blue 2014 Mini Cooper driven by 22-year-old Gloria Dominguez of Alamosa was traveling eastbound on Colorado Highway 160. A silver 2011 Cadillac driven by 19-year-old Arianna Hope of Alamosa was traveling eastbound west on Colorado Highway 160. .

The Mini Cooper traveled in the westbound lane. The Cadillac drove into the eastbound lane to avoid a collision, according to CSP.

The Cooper returned to the eastbound lane, hitting the Cadillac head-on, CSP reported.

After impact, the Mini Cooper crossed the westbound lane to come to rest straddling the westbound fog line facing southeast. The Cadillac that followed the impact crossed the eastbound lane and shoulder before colliding with a boundary post.

After impact with the boundary post, the Cadillac exited on the south side of Colorado Highway 160 and came to rest on its north-facing roof.

Hope along with three passengers, Chadeach Hope, 19, of Alamosa, Napua Hope, 19, of Alamosa, and Jodi McGuagh, 18, of Fort Garland, were transported by ambulance to San Luis Valley Health Regional Medical Center where they were treated for moderate to serious injuries.

Dominguez was also transported by ambulance to San Luis Valley Health Regional Medical Center where she was treated for serious injuries.

Alcohol was suspected to be a contributing factor in the accident and the accident is currently under investigation, the CSP reported.

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Duke takes bold step into NIL landscape – The North State Journal https://nalburiyedergisi.com/duke-takes-bold-step-into-nil-landscape-the-north-state-journal/ Wed, 15 Jun 2022 14:50:11 +0000 https://nalburiyedergisi.com/duke-takes-bold-step-into-nil-landscape-the-north-state-journal/ Duke’s hiring of Rachel Baker as the basketball program’s first general manager could help the program retain players like Trevor Keels (1) and Wendell Moore Jr. (0) when their NBA prospects aren’t as good. higher than someone like Mark Williams (15). (Tony Avelar/AP Photo) When UNC and Duke played in the Final Four, the two […]]]>
Duke’s hiring of Rachel Baker as the basketball program’s first general manager could help the program retain players like Trevor Keels (1) and Wendell Moore Jr. (0) when their NBA prospects aren’t as good. higher than someone like Mark Williams (15). (Tony Avelar/AP Photo)

When UNC and Duke played in the Final Four, the two teams were only separated by four points.

Once the season was over, however, the distance between programs seemed like a chasm.

It was business as usual at Duke, known for more than a decade for its reliance on single players leaving for the NBA after their freshman season. Sure enough, when the deadline to stay in the draft passed, three Blue Devils freshmen – Paolo Banchero, AJ Griffin and Trevor Keels – had left for the league, joining other first-year sophomore starters Mark Williams and junior Wendell Moore Jr.

In North Carolina, however, the situation was hardly normal. Armando Bacot, who narrowly missed out on ACC Player of the Year honors, and Caleb Love, a guard who carried the Tar Heels to victory with explosive outbursts at the UNC tournament, all two announced they were returning to Carolina for another championship run. . Another productive guard, RJ Davis, and Leaky Black, a senior who received an extra year of eligibility due to the 2020-21 COVID season, also opted to return. Neither was a sure thing.

Just like that, Carolina was poised to return, nearly intact, while Duke looked to its stellar freshman class, as well as a transfer squad, to rebuild, as it has done since Kyrie Irving wore dark blue.

The contrast could not have been more stark. UNC, long known as proponents of the old-school approach under former coach Roy Williams, has embraced the new college landscape, creating a framework to help support student-athletes seeking a income thanks to the NCAA’s new Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) rules. . Although the figures have not been released, there is widespread speculation that Love and Bacot will both be able to earn well over six figures while remaining at Chapel Hill for another year, matching or exceeding a potential salary from the G-League if they are not drafted in the first round.

While that wouldn’t have been enough to keep Banchero or Griffin at Duke – both should be high picks in the draft and earn the chance for generational wealth – Keels and Moore in particular may have been lured back. at Duke had a similar framework existed with the Blue Devils.

New Duke coach Jon Scheyer has taken steps to ensure future underclassmen won’t have to deal with the NBA’s ruling without an NIL backstop in place.

Scheyer announced last week that Duke had become the first NCAA team to hire a general manager, bringing in Rachel Baker to fill the role.

As Managing Director, Baker “will specialize in helping players improve their personal and professional skills, capitalizing on strategic partnerships, including NIL opportunities, and working to help players navigate opportunities and challenges. that come with being a student-athlete at the highest level. “, according to a statement from the school.

In other words, Baker will work to build that safety net, making sure Duke has the NIL opportunities that other programs enjoyed last year.

Baker is more than suited for the role. She spent eight years working for Nike and one in the NBA, focusing on sports marketing initiatives. Many Duke players will know her from her work for Nike’s Elite Youth Basketball League, the summer league in which most of the top high school recruits play to help gain exposure.

Baker has also worked with NBA superstar Kevin Durant to help develop strategic marketing initiatives with Nike.

In other words, potential Duke recruits now have the opportunity to have their NIL marketing efforts supported by someone who has worked at two of the best marketers in the business – Nike and the NBA – and helped Durant to maximize its marketing opportunities.

“The state of college basketball is growing and changing at an exponential rate,” Scheyer said in the statement. “Rachel is a one-of-a-kind talent with a unique background that will provide our players and their families with an unparalleled resource and partner as we navigate the new frontiers of college basketball together. Through her work in the NBA and at Nike, she brings nearly a decade of basketball expertise to our staff, as well as her gifts in relationship and community building, leadership development and experiential marketing. We look forward to seeing what she brings to our program in this newly created position.

“I couldn’t be more excited to join Jon Scheyer and the entire Duke Basketball family,” Baker said. “We are in the midst of such a transformative moment – ​​not just for Duke, but for the college basketball landscape – and the chance to be a part of it is the opportunity of a lifetime. Duke Basketball has remained grounded respecting our history while writing the future of the game. I’m humbled and honored to join this tradition and can’t wait to get started.

The move should help Duke close NIL’s gap on the competition.

Now if only Baker could do something about those four points.

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Rudy Giuliani faces ethics charges in DC over failed election arguments https://nalburiyedergisi.com/rudy-giuliani-faces-ethics-charges-in-dc-over-failed-election-arguments/ Mon, 13 Jun 2022 14:58:00 +0000 https://nalburiyedergisi.com/rudy-giuliani-faces-ethics-charges-in-dc-over-failed-election-arguments/ House web first Rudy Giuliani faces ethics charges at DC… Ethics Rudy Giuliani faces ethics charges in DC over failed election arguments By Debra Cassens-Weiss June 13, 2022, 9:58 a.m. CDT Rudy Giulani. Image from Shutterstock. Rudy Giuliani, lawyer for former President Donald Trump, faces ethics charges in Washington, DC, following his unsuccessful arguments in […]]]>

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Rudy Giuliani faces ethics charges in DC over failed election arguments

Rudy Giulani. Image from Shutterstock.

Rudy Giuliani, lawyer for former President Donald Trump, faces ethics charges in Washington, DC, following his unsuccessful arguments in a federal lawsuit seeking to invalidate up to 1.5 million votes in Pennsylvania .

According to June 6 complaint by the District of Columbia Court of Appeals Board on Professional Responsibility.

But those documents were unsubstantiated, unrelated to Trump voters, involved conduct outside the counties being prosecuted, and were “isolated incidents” that could not have affected the president’s 80,000-plus margin of victory. Joe Biden in the state, the council said in its complaint.

Giuliani represented two voters whose incorrect ballots were properly ignored by county officials, according to the ethics complaint. Rather than asking for both ballots to be counted, Giuliani instead sought to invalidate the tally of up to 1.5 million votes in counties that allowed voters to remedy their flawed absentee ballots.

The ethics complaint alleges that Giuliani engaged in conduct prejudicial to the administration of justice by arguing matters “without a non-frivolous legal basis.”

Giuliani has been on inactive and non-practicing status in Washington, D.C., since 2002. He was provisionally suspended there in July 2021 following his temporary suspension the previous month in New York for “patently false and misleading statements” claiming that the 2020 presidential election was stolen.

Hats off to Law.comthe Blog Legal Profession, Law360 and Reuterswhich covered the ethics complaint.

See also:

ABAJournal.com: “Afternoon Briefings: Search of Giuliani’s Home Is ‘Legal Brutality,’ Says His Lawyer; top lawyer earns $50.9 million »

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Hailey Bieber supports Justin Bieber after his facial paralysis https://nalburiyedergisi.com/hailey-bieber-supports-justin-bieber-after-his-facial-paralysis/ Sat, 11 Jun 2022 15:23:44 +0000 https://nalburiyedergisi.com/hailey-bieber-supports-justin-bieber-after-his-facial-paralysis/ Standing next to her man. hours later justin bieber opened up about his fear of health, in which half of his face is paralyzed, his wife Hailey Bieber (née Baldwin) has broken her silence. “Love you baby,” the 25-year-old model captioned an Instagram Story post on Friday, June 10, sharing Justin’s initial message on social […]]]>

Standing next to her man. hours later justin bieber opened up about his fear of health, in which half of his face is paralyzed, his wife Hailey Bieber (née Baldwin) has broken her silence.

“Love you baby,” the 25-year-old model captioned an Instagram Story post on Friday, June 10, sharing Justin’s initial message on social media.

The 28-year-old Canadian, for his part, posted a two-minute video on his instagram hours earlier, asking fans to “keep me in your prayers” amid his recent health issues.

Courtesy of Hailey Bieber/Instagram

“I have this syndrome called Ramsay Hunt syndrome. It’s because of this virus attacking the nerve in my ear and my facial nerves and causing paralysis in my face,” said Justin – who battled Lyme disease for years – in the social media clip, revealing that one side of her face is Stationary.”As you can see, that eye isn’t blinking. I can’t smile on that side of my face This nostril will not move.

He continued, “I’m just physically not able to do them. It’s pretty serious as you can see. I wish that weren’t the case. But obviously, my body is telling me that I have to slow down.

The “Yummy” singer, who is currently taking part in her headlining Justice World Tour, announced that he would be taking time off from the show to rest and recuperate in order to get back to “what I was born to do”. Justin shared that he started doing facial exercises to further aid his recovery.

“It became increasingly difficult to eat which was extremely frustrating,” the Grammy winner added in an Instagram Story update later that day. “Pray for me please.”

Justin’s health issue comes three months after Hailey was hospitalized with a blood clot in her brain. Stephen BaldwinThe daughter of later revealed in an April YouTube video that she had been diagnosed with Grade 5 FOP – Patent Foramen Ovale, which is a flap-like opening in the heart that was repaired with surgery.

‘Justin is worried sick,’ a source says exclusively We Weekly in March from the “Baby” crooner, noting that he “spent every moment” alongside beauty entrepreneur Rhode. “[He] feels very out of control of the situation.

The musician – who married Hailey in 2018 – broke his silence about his stroke-like health scare during his live show in Denver, Colorado on March 16.

“It’s kind of crazy how life throws random curveballs at you. You can’t really control much,” Justin said, between songs, at the time. probably or have seen the news about my wife…but she’s fine, she’s good, she’s strong.”

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