Air quality diminished Acquinas monitoring

first_img No arrests likely for landfill fire, says Minister Related Items:#airqualitylowatAquinasCollege, #magneticmedianews, #NassauDumpFire, #smokecausingpoorairquality Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Recommended for you We March not going to PMs home Dump fire burning, deliberate act says Minister Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppBahamas, April 3, 2017 – Nassau – The fire at the New Providence dump also affected students at the Aquinas College in New Providence, Nassau.   A representative from the school reported to Magnetic Media that some students, mainly those who are asthmatic, were absent from school when the fire took place.The large blankets of smoke affected the entire area of New Providence. The Aquinas College has been proactive in cleansing the environment of the school.  An environmental system has been in place for over a year, testing the air in and surrounding the school; making sure that it is conducive to human well-being.#MagneticMediaNews#Nassaudumpfire#smokecausingpoorairquality#airqualitylowatAquinasCollegelast_img read more

NOW HIRING 10 New Job Openings In Wilmington

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Below are some of the newest job openings in Wilmington:Full-Time Technician I at Charles River LabsFull-Time Club Manager at Planet FitnessFull-Time Credit Manager at Standard ElectricFull-Time Accounts Receivable Administrator at UniFirstFull-Time HR Business Manager at Analog DevicesFull-Time Marketing Brand Manager at Analog DevicesPart-Time Handyman For Boylston RealtyFull-Time Teacher Assistant at May InstitutePart-Time Personal Care Aide at Associated Home CareFull-Time Manufacturing Technician (Electrical) at AMETEK(NOTE: Wilmington businesses — Feel free to send me your job postings at 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… RelatedNOW HIRING: 10 New Job Openings In WilmingtonIn “Business”NOW HIRING: 10 New Job Openings In WilmingtonIn “Business”NOW HIRING: 10 New Job Openings In WilmingtonIn “Business”last_img read more

Malaika Arora Arjun Kapoor trolled with mother and son jibe post making

first_imgArjun Kapoor, Malaika AroraInstagramMalaika Arora surprised everyone when she made her relationship with Arjun Kapoor official with an Instagram post by wishing the latter on his 34th birthday. “Happy bday my crazy,insanely funny n amazing @arjunkapoor … love n happiness always,” Malaika wrote on Instagram by sharing a romantic picture wherein she and Arjun were seen walking hand-in-hand on a beach. But trolls just couldn’t stand their happiness and once again giving a testament of their sick mentality.As soon as Malaika, 45, posted the picture with Arjun, 34, a certain section of people started trolling the couple mainly for their age difference with mother and son jibes. Some even went on to say that it looks like a boy was promising his mother that he will go to school everyday while a few said that Malaika’s ex-husband Arbaaz Khan would feel heartbroken after seeing his ex-wife dating another guy. However, there were also some people who slammed trolls for their shameful and nasty comments and gave befitting reply to trolls on Arjun and Malaika’s behalf. And many people were happy that the couple finally came out in the open and accepted their relationship on a public platform.Earlier, Arjun had admitted to dating Malaika and had thanked the media for respecting their personal space. “We’ve come out because we feel the media has given us dignity. There’s a certain understanding the media has… they’ve been respectful, kind, honest and decent about it. nThat is why I felt comfortable,” Arjun had told Filmfare in an earlier interview.Arjun and Malaika are often clicked together during their outings and sometimes Malaika’s 16-year-old son Arhaan Khan also accompanies them. The couple are currently holidaying in New York and having a blast on their romantic trip which is quite evident from their pictures on social media. Instagram Instagram Instagram Instagramlast_img read more

Jet Airways may ground 23 Boeing 737s to cut costs defaults on

first_imgA Jet Airways passenger aircraft prepares to land at the airport in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad August 12, 2013.Reuters fileThe joy of flying Jet Airways seems to be slowly fading as its financial woes refuse to die down. Amid reported crunch, the management of the carrier is said to have told its pilots that it may have to ground about 23 Boeing 737 aircraft to cut costs.The issue was raised during a meeting with the National Aviators Guild (NAG), the pilot union of Jet, on October 9, attended by the carrier’s CEO Vinay Dube, and chief people officer Rahul Taneja.”The management suggested it is looking at grounding 23 Boeing 737s operating on domestic routes to mitigate losses,” one of the senior pilots, who was at the meeting, told the Financial Express.However, Jet Airways has denied the reports of 23 Boeing 737s being grounded, calling the information “factually incorrect” and “misleading.””Jet Airways categorically denies your information which is factually incorrect and misleading. The airline also urges the publication to refrain from reporting speculative information being circulated via sources with malicious intent,” a Jet Airways spokesperson told FE.During the same meeting, the airline reportedly also delayed payments to its pilots and engineering staff, the deadline for which was October 9.In a statement, the airline said that it has been facing tough times due to high fuel prices and depreciating rupee, but is dedicated toward compensating its employees.”While the company has been diligent in running its payroll as per schedule for all employees, it is only in the last couple of months that the schedule has been impacted due to unavoidable reasons,” the Economic Times quoted the airline as saying.”Despite these challenges, the company has ensured that 85% of its employees are paid salaries on time while those of the leadership, pilots and engineers have been delayed.”It further added that Jet has successfully managed to overcome several issues in the past and will continue to do so in the future as well.Earlier, the full-service airline had told its senior management, engineers and pilots that they would receive their salaries in two installments until November. In tune, the August salaries were also set to be paid in two installments – one by September 11 and another by September 26. While the first installment was paid on time, the second one had been delayed.last_img read more

Debapriya says govt treating farmers unfairly

first_imgDebapriya BhattacharyaCentre for Policy Dialogue’s distinguished fellow Debapriya Bhattacharya on Tuesday accused the government of treating the farmers unfairly in recent time, reports UNB.”The government didn’t stop rice import at the proper time and didn’t fix the [paddy] collection target either. It didn’t even give the matter a though at that time,” he told a media briefing on ‘State of the Bangladesh Economy and the Budget Challenges’ at CIRDAP auditorium in Dhaka.He also lamented the delay in hiking rice import tariff.Debapriya said that the terms of trade between industries and agriculture has gone against the farmers. The surplus of rural economy has come to the city and from there, it goes abroad.”Continuation of this transmission process of surplus will make it tough for farmers to survive,” he said, ruing the treatment of farmers in recent time.Farmers can demand subsidy from the government, he said. Around Tk 94 billion can be given through banks to 18 million card holder farmers as subsidy. “We think it’s economically logical,” he added.The macroeconomist pointed out that five per cent incentive is demanded for export-oriented industries amounting to Tk200 billion.”We don’t see any problem in giving farmers around Tk95 billion. If the subsidy isn’t given, then the farmers’ problems won’t be resolved,” he noted.Towfiqul Islam Khan, senior research fellow of CPD, said that the government should pay attention to the agriculture sector and buy paddy directly from farmers.”The Boro production cost has increased by 7.5 per cent while the price has declined by 24 per cent,” he said quoting a CPD survey on farmers. “Low price, limited or no buyers affected farmers in a number of ways.”CPD research director Khondaker Golam Moazzem suggested providing a one-time cash incentive of Tk 50 billion to every farmer who incurred losses because of low paddy prices.last_img read more