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                    [description] => Flowers will be the dominant theme of Giver’s Rhine cruises 2022. All this on board the Lisabelle, a 4-star superior ship entirely chartered by the Genoese operator for the Italian public. In fact, if the spring sailings with departures on April 20 and 25 from Amsterdam will have a visit to the Keukenhof, the botanical ... Read more
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Flowers will be the dominant theme of Giver’s Rhine cruises 2022. All this on board the Lisabelle, a 4-star superior ship entirely chartered by the Genoese operator for the Italian public.

In fact, if the spring sailings with departures on April 20 and 25 from Amsterdam will have a visit to the Keukenhof, the botanical park of Lisse which in spring is colored with over 7 million bulb flowers including tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, orchids, roses, carnations, irises, lilies and many others, even the five departures of the summer program on the Rhine will not be less.

2022 is the year in which Floriade 2022 will be held from 14 April to the end of October: the world expo of botany which, with a ten-year anniversary, colors the village of Almere, just outside Amsterdam. The Floriade Park will be a triumph of scents and colors of flowers, plants and fruits from all over the world with an exhibition setting that will celebrate green and sustainable technologies. A real living laboratory where new technologies for crops, food, energy and health will be explored. A gondola lift will allow visitors to move from one section of the exhibition space to another, giving passengers an unforgettable view from a height of 35 meters.

The 2022 departures of the Giver river cruises on the Rhine will be as follows:
? April 20-25 from Amsterdam to Amsterdam: Grand tour of Holland and the Tulip park
? April 25 – May 1 from Amsterdam to Amsterdam: Grand tour of Holland, the Tulip Park and Flanders
? 23 – 30 July from Amsterdam to Basel: Holland, Germany and the romantic Rhine, the Loreley, the Moselle valley, France and Switzerland
? July 30 – August 6 from Basel to Amsterdam: Switzerland, France, Germany and the romantic Rhine, Holland, the Loreley and
the Moselle valley
? 6 ? 13 August from Amsterdam to Amsterdam: Holland, Belgium and Flanders
? 13 ? 21 August from Amsterdam to Basel: Holland, Germany and the romantic Rhine, the Loreley, the Moselle valley, France and Switzerland
? 21 ? 28 August from Basel to Amsterdam: Switzerland, France, Germany and the romantic Rhine, Holland, the Loreley and
the Moselle valley

For cruises, the to confirms its proven formula: cruise direction and Giver tourist staff on board, visits included in Italian and air connections from all over Italy included in the participation fee. The Lisabelle motor ship will operate in absolute compliance with European protocols to guarantee safety of passengers on board and during the visits to the ground, with visits that will be carried out with a reduced number of participants and the use of audio guides to promote social distancing. ?The protection of our passengers, their well-being and pleasure in the use of our trips – he comments Anna Maria Vullo, general manager of Giver Viaggi e Crociere – have always been Giver’s main goal. All the initiatives implemented since the beginning of the pandemic to date have always had the only ambition to be able to return to pursue them as soon as possible. “

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Giver: this year the Rhine cruises will be full of flowers

) [summary] => Flowers will be the dominant theme of Giver’s Rhine cruises 2022. All this on board the Lisabelle, a 4-star superior ship entirely chartered by the Genoese operator for the Italian public. In fact, if the spring sailings with departures on April 20 and 25 from Amsterdam will have a visit to the Keukenhof, the botanical ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Flowers will be the dominant theme of Giver’s Rhine cruises 2022. All this on board the Lisabelle, a 4-star superior ship entirely chartered by the Genoese operator for the Italian public.

In fact, if the spring sailings with departures on April 20 and 25 from Amsterdam will have a visit to the Keukenhof, the botanical park of Lisse which in spring is colored with over 7 million bulb flowers including tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, orchids, roses, carnations, irises, lilies and many others, even the five departures of the summer program on the Rhine will not be less.

2022 is the year in which Floriade 2022 will be held from 14 April to the end of October: the world expo of botany which, with a ten-year anniversary, colors the village of Almere, just outside Amsterdam. The Floriade Park will be a triumph of scents and colors of flowers, plants and fruits from all over the world with an exhibition setting that will celebrate green and sustainable technologies. A real living laboratory where new technologies for crops, food, energy and health will be explored. A gondola lift will allow visitors to move from one section of the exhibition space to another, giving passengers an unforgettable view from a height of 35 meters.

The 2022 departures of the Giver river cruises on the Rhine will be as follows:
? April 20-25 from Amsterdam to Amsterdam: Grand tour of Holland and the Tulip park
? April 25 – May 1 from Amsterdam to Amsterdam: Grand tour of Holland, the Tulip Park and Flanders
? 23 – 30 July from Amsterdam to Basel: Holland, Germany and the romantic Rhine, the Loreley, the Moselle valley, France and Switzerland
? July 30 – August 6 from Basel to Amsterdam: Switzerland, France, Germany and the romantic Rhine, Holland, the Loreley and
the Moselle valley
? 6 ? 13 August from Amsterdam to Amsterdam: Holland, Belgium and Flanders
? 13 ? 21 August from Amsterdam to Basel: Holland, Germany and the romantic Rhine, the Loreley, the Moselle valley, France and Switzerland
? 21 ? 28 August from Basel to Amsterdam: Switzerland, France, Germany and the romantic Rhine, Holland, the Loreley and
the Moselle valley

For cruises, the to confirms its proven formula: cruise direction and Giver tourist staff on board, visits included in Italian and air connections from all over Italy included in the participation fee. The Lisabelle motor ship will operate in absolute compliance with European protocols to guarantee safety of passengers on board and during the visits to the ground, with visits that will be carried out with a reduced number of participants and the use of audio guides to promote social distancing. ?The protection of our passengers, their well-being and pleasure in the use of our trips – he comments Anna Maria Vullo, general manager of Giver Viaggi e Crociere – have always been Giver’s main goal. All the initiatives implemented since the beginning of the pandemic to date have always had the only ambition to be able to return to pursue them as soon as possible. “

We would love to give thanks to the writer of this article for this outstanding material

Giver: this year the Rhine cruises will be full of flowers

[date_timestamp] => 1642687212 ) [1] => Array ( [title] => Anthony Hopkins, Frances McDormand and Nomadland, took the main Oscars [link] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/celebrity/anthony-hopkins-frances-mcdormand-and-nomadland-took-the-main-oscars/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Sally Scully ) [pubdate] => Thu, 20 Jan 2022 13:46:56 +0000 [category] => CelebrityAnthonyFrancesHopkinsmainMcDormandNomadlandOscars [guid] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/?p=19281 [description] => McDormand, 63, wins the award for best leading actress for the third time while Hopkins wins it for the second time since Silence of the Lambs (1991). At 83, he is the oldest actor in history to win the award. Nomadland, a story of the American “counter-dream”, triumphed in the Best Picture category and its ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

McDormand, 63, wins the award for best leading actress for the third time while Hopkins wins it for the second time since Silence of the Lambs (1991). At 83, he is the oldest actor in history to win the award.

Nomadland, a story of the American “counter-dream”, triumphed in the Best Picture category and its director, Chloe Zhao, a Chinese national, was chosen as the best in her field during the season that passed.

Zhao, the first Asian to win as a director and the second woman to do so after Kathryn Bigelow, who won in 2010 for “The Hurt Locker,” thanked the “nomadic community” that inspired “Nomadland.”

“Thank you for teaching us the power of resilience and hope. And for reminding us what true kindness looks like,” she said on stage alongside several “nomads” who played fictionalized versions of themselves and actress Frances McDormand.

For her part, the leading lady responded to her award: “I have no words. My voice is on my sword,” McDormand said, quoting a Shakespearean character.

“We know that the sword is our job. And I like the job. Thank you for knowing that. And thank you for this,” he added.

Anthony Hopkins, at 83, gave the surprise by triumphing, in absentia, as best actor, an award that was expected to go to the late Chadwick Boseman.

From Wales, he thanked the award and paid tribute to Boseman.

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The actor did not travel to Los Angeles or to a center enabled in London to accept his award.

The film, adapted by French playwright Florian Zeller, also won the award for best adapted screenplay. The writer received his award in Paris.

The heterodox gala was held mostly in person and live at the train station in the historic center of Los Angeles, in order to respect health protocols due to the pandemic, and brought together Hollywood stars for the first time in more than a year.

– Walking boots –

The supporting actress award went to South Korea’s Youn Yuh-jung, as expected, for her portrayal of the grandmother in “Minari,” an autobiographical drama about a Korean family migrating to the United States.

Youn accepted the award from actor Brad Pitt, telling him “Finally! Nice to meet you. Where were you when we were filming?”

In an endearing speech, he said there was no point in beating Glenn Close, who lost out on the Academy Award again after being nominated eight times.

“We play different roles. We can’t compete with each other. I was a little lucky tonight,” she added.

Close took her latest loss to “Hillbilly, A Country Elegy” lightly by participating in a seemingly impromptu segment with her musical background and laughing out loud after performing an unusual dance move at such a sober party.

Daniel Kaluuya won supporting actor for his portrayal of the leader of the 1960s Black Panther movement in “Judas and the Black Messiah.” The film also won best song for singer HER, who already collects several Grammy awards.

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Daniel Kaluuja, Best Supporting Actor

References to racism and police violence crept in throughout the night, beginning with the opening monologue by actress and director Regina King, who mentioned the recent conviction of a former police officer for the murder of African-American George Floyd.

“If things had gone differently last week in Minneapolis,” she said, “I would have traded my high heels for walking boots.”

Meanwhile, “Promising Young Woman” won the award for best original screenplay. Director Emerald Fennell, who was seven months pregnant when she shot the #MeToo revenge thriller, thanked her son for “not showing up until a couple of weeks into the shoot.”

The Netflix film “Mank”, which began the night as the most nominated –10– finished with two awards in technical categories, as well as “The mother of blues” and “The sound of metal”, a powerful description of the Amazon deafness experience.

In the latter, Mexicans Jaime Baksht, Carlos Cortés and Michelle Couttolenc (together with Nicolas Becker and Phillip Bladh) took the statuette for best sound.

– “In the flesh” –

Despite the strict rules for Covid-19 and the limited public present, there were no shortage of sensitive moments, such as the projection of the artists and technicians of the industry who died in the course of the last year. There he highlighted the loss of Chadwick Boseman, nominated for best actor, who died of cancer in the prime of his career.

Danish director Thomas Vinterberg received the Academy Award for best international film for “Another Round” with a moving tribute to his daughter Ida, who died in a car accident shortly after filming began in May 2019.

“We ended up making this movie for her, as a memorial to her,” the creator of the comedy-drama about the ups and downs of alcoholism said through tears.

Pixar’s “Soul,” which explores the meaning of life, won the statuette for best animated film, while Netflix’s “My Master the Octopus” won best documentary.

Actress and director Regina King kicked off the night by saying that the guests, most of whom were not wearing masks, had been “vaccinated, tested, retested, and [estaban] socially distanced”.

“We are mourning the loss of many,” he recalled.

Before the show began, the artists stopped briefly for photos and quick, distant interviews on what organizers had called a “tiny red carpet.”

Actresses Carey Mulligan and Andra Day dazzled in glamorous gold dresses, but the usual crowd of photographers was greatly reduced due to the pandemic and even studio executives had to watch the gala on television.

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Oscar nominee Carey Mullingan, one of the most admired on social media

Oscar nominee Carey Mullingan, one of the most admired on social media

“We’re here, isn’t that crazy? Flesh and blood human beings!” said Riz Ahmed, who was vying for best actor for “The Sound of Metal.”

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Sacha Baron Cohen, nominated in two categories: comedy and drama for the sequel about Borat, the fourth best journalist in Kazakhstan, and for “Chicago 7”

Best film:

“Nomadland” – GANADORA

“The Trial of the Chicago 7”

“The father”

“The Sound of Metal”

“Judas and the Black Messiah”

“to threaten”

“Missing”

“Promising Young Woman” (“Beautiful revenge” and “A promising young woman”)

Best Director:

Chloé Zhao, “Nomadland” – GANADORA

Lee Isaac Chung, “Minari”

Emerald Fennell, “Promising Young Woman”

David Fincher, “Mank”

Thomas Vinterberg, “Another Round”

Best Actor:

Anthony Hopkins, “The Father” – WINNER

Riz Ahmed, “The Sound of Metal”

Chadwick Boseman, “The Mother of Blues”

Gary Oldman, “Mank”

Steven Yeun, “Minari”

Best actress:

Frances McDormand, “Nomadland” – GANADORA

Viola Davis, “The Mother of Blues”

Andra Day, “The United States vs Billie Holiday”

Vanessa Kirby, “Fragments of a Woman”

Carey Mulligan, “Promising Young Woman”

Best Supporting Actor:

Daniel Kaluuya, “Judas and the Black Messiah” – WINNER

Sacha Baron Cohen, “The Trial of the Chicago 7”

Leslie Odom, Jr., “One Night in Miami”

Paul Raci, “The Sound of Metal”

LaKeith Stanfield, “Judas and the Black Messiah”

Best Supporting Actress:

Youn Yuh-Jung, “Minari” – WINNER

Maria Bakalova, “Borat, Subsequent Moviefilm”

Glenn Close, “Hillbilly, A Country Elegy”

Olivia Colman, “The Father”

Amanda Seyfried, “Mank”

Best International Film:

“Another Round” (“Another round”, Denmark, Holland, Sweden) – WINNER

“Better Days” (Hong Kong)

“Collective” (Rumania)

“The Man Who Sold His Skin” (Túnez)

“Where are you going, Aida?” (Bosnia)

Best animated film:

“Soul” – WINNER

“United”

“Beyond the Moon”

“Shaun the Lamb: The Movie – Farmageddon”

“Wolfwalkers: Wolf Spirit”

Best Documentary:

“My Octopus Teacher” (“My teacher the octopus” or “What the octopus taught me”) – WINNER

“The Mole Agent”

“Collective”

“Crip Camp”

“Time”

Best Original Screenplay:

“Promising Young Woman” – GANADORA

“Judas and the Black Messiah”

“to threaten”

“The Sound of Metal”

“The Trial of the Chicago 7”

Best Adapted Screenplay:

“The Father” – WINNER

“Borat, Subsequent Moviefilm”

“Nomadland”

“One Night in Miami”

“The White Tiger”

We would like to say thanks to the author of this article for this outstanding content

Anthony Hopkins, Frances McDormand and Nomadland, took the main Oscars

) [summary] => McDormand, 63, wins the award for best leading actress for the third time while Hopkins wins it for the second time since Silence of the Lambs (1991). At 83, he is the oldest actor in history to win the award. Nomadland, a story of the American “counter-dream”, triumphed in the Best Picture category and its ... Read more [atom_content] =>

McDormand, 63, wins the award for best leading actress for the third time while Hopkins wins it for the second time since Silence of the Lambs (1991). At 83, he is the oldest actor in history to win the award.

Nomadland, a story of the American “counter-dream”, triumphed in the Best Picture category and its director, Chloe Zhao, a Chinese national, was chosen as the best in her field during the season that passed.

Zhao, the first Asian to win as a director and the second woman to do so after Kathryn Bigelow, who won in 2010 for “The Hurt Locker,” thanked the “nomadic community” that inspired “Nomadland.”

“Thank you for teaching us the power of resilience and hope. And for reminding us what true kindness looks like,” she said on stage alongside several “nomads” who played fictionalized versions of themselves and actress Frances McDormand.

For her part, the leading lady responded to her award: “I have no words. My voice is on my sword,” McDormand said, quoting a Shakespearean character.

“We know that the sword is our job. And I like the job. Thank you for knowing that. And thank you for this,” he added.

Anthony Hopkins, at 83, gave the surprise by triumphing, in absentia, as best actor, an award that was expected to go to the late Chadwick Boseman.

From Wales, he thanked the award and paid tribute to Boseman.

Embed

The actor did not travel to Los Angeles or to a center enabled in London to accept his award.

The film, adapted by French playwright Florian Zeller, also won the award for best adapted screenplay. The writer received his award in Paris.

The heterodox gala was held mostly in person and live at the train station in the historic center of Los Angeles, in order to respect health protocols due to the pandemic, and brought together Hollywood stars for the first time in more than a year.

– Walking boots –

The supporting actress award went to South Korea’s Youn Yuh-jung, as expected, for her portrayal of the grandmother in “Minari,” an autobiographical drama about a Korean family migrating to the United States.

Youn accepted the award from actor Brad Pitt, telling him “Finally! Nice to meet you. Where were you when we were filming?”

In an endearing speech, he said there was no point in beating Glenn Close, who lost out on the Academy Award again after being nominated eight times.

“We play different roles. We can’t compete with each other. I was a little lucky tonight,” she added.

Close took her latest loss to “Hillbilly, A Country Elegy” lightly by participating in a seemingly impromptu segment with her musical background and laughing out loud after performing an unusual dance move at such a sober party.

Daniel Kaluuya won supporting actor for his portrayal of the leader of the 1960s Black Panther movement in “Judas and the Black Messiah.” The film also won best song for singer HER, who already collects several Grammy awards.

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Daniel Kaluuja, Best Supporting Actor

References to racism and police violence crept in throughout the night, beginning with the opening monologue by actress and director Regina King, who mentioned the recent conviction of a former police officer for the murder of African-American George Floyd.

“If things had gone differently last week in Minneapolis,” she said, “I would have traded my high heels for walking boots.”

Meanwhile, “Promising Young Woman” won the award for best original screenplay. Director Emerald Fennell, who was seven months pregnant when she shot the #MeToo revenge thriller, thanked her son for “not showing up until a couple of weeks into the shoot.”

The Netflix film “Mank”, which began the night as the most nominated –10– finished with two awards in technical categories, as well as “The mother of blues” and “The sound of metal”, a powerful description of the Amazon deafness experience.

In the latter, Mexicans Jaime Baksht, Carlos Cortés and Michelle Couttolenc (together with Nicolas Becker and Phillip Bladh) took the statuette for best sound.

– “In the flesh” –

Despite the strict rules for Covid-19 and the limited public present, there were no shortage of sensitive moments, such as the projection of the artists and technicians of the industry who died in the course of the last year. There he highlighted the loss of Chadwick Boseman, nominated for best actor, who died of cancer in the prime of his career.

Danish director Thomas Vinterberg received the Academy Award for best international film for “Another Round” with a moving tribute to his daughter Ida, who died in a car accident shortly after filming began in May 2019.

“We ended up making this movie for her, as a memorial to her,” the creator of the comedy-drama about the ups and downs of alcoholism said through tears.

Pixar’s “Soul,” which explores the meaning of life, won the statuette for best animated film, while Netflix’s “My Master the Octopus” won best documentary.

Actress and director Regina King kicked off the night by saying that the guests, most of whom were not wearing masks, had been “vaccinated, tested, retested, and [estaban] socially distanced”.

“We are mourning the loss of many,” he recalled.

Before the show began, the artists stopped briefly for photos and quick, distant interviews on what organizers had called a “tiny red carpet.”

Actresses Carey Mulligan and Andra Day dazzled in glamorous gold dresses, but the usual crowd of photographers was greatly reduced due to the pandemic and even studio executives had to watch the gala on television.

063_1314450362.jpg

Oscar nominee Carey Mullingan, one of the most admired on social media

Oscar nominee Carey Mullingan, one of the most admired on social media

“We’re here, isn’t that crazy? Flesh and blood human beings!” said Riz Ahmed, who was vying for best actor for “The Sound of Metal.”

063_1314439930.jpg

Sacha Baron Cohen, nominated in two categories: comedy and drama for the sequel about Borat, the fourth best journalist in Kazakhstan, and for “Chicago 7”

Best film:

“Nomadland” – GANADORA

“The Trial of the Chicago 7”

“The father”

“The Sound of Metal”

“Judas and the Black Messiah”

“to threaten”

“Missing”

“Promising Young Woman” (“Beautiful revenge” and “A promising young woman”)

Best Director:

Chloé Zhao, “Nomadland” – GANADORA

Lee Isaac Chung, “Minari”

Emerald Fennell, “Promising Young Woman”

David Fincher, “Mank”

Thomas Vinterberg, “Another Round”

Best Actor:

Anthony Hopkins, “The Father” – WINNER

Riz Ahmed, “The Sound of Metal”

Chadwick Boseman, “The Mother of Blues”

Gary Oldman, “Mank”

Steven Yeun, “Minari”

Best actress:

Frances McDormand, “Nomadland” – GANADORA

Viola Davis, “The Mother of Blues”

Andra Day, “The United States vs Billie Holiday”

Vanessa Kirby, “Fragments of a Woman”

Carey Mulligan, “Promising Young Woman”

Best Supporting Actor:

Daniel Kaluuya, “Judas and the Black Messiah” – WINNER

Sacha Baron Cohen, “The Trial of the Chicago 7”

Leslie Odom, Jr., “One Night in Miami”

Paul Raci, “The Sound of Metal”

LaKeith Stanfield, “Judas and the Black Messiah”

Best Supporting Actress:

Youn Yuh-Jung, “Minari” – WINNER

Maria Bakalova, “Borat, Subsequent Moviefilm”

Glenn Close, “Hillbilly, A Country Elegy”

Olivia Colman, “The Father”

Amanda Seyfried, “Mank”

Best International Film:

“Another Round” (“Another round”, Denmark, Holland, Sweden) – WINNER

“Better Days” (Hong Kong)

“Collective” (Rumania)

“The Man Who Sold His Skin” (Túnez)

“Where are you going, Aida?” (Bosnia)

Best animated film:

“Soul” – WINNER

“United”

“Beyond the Moon”

“Shaun the Lamb: The Movie – Farmageddon”

“Wolfwalkers: Wolf Spirit”

Best Documentary:

“My Octopus Teacher” (“My teacher the octopus” or “What the octopus taught me”) – WINNER

“The Mole Agent”

“Collective”

“Crip Camp”

“Time”

Best Original Screenplay:

“Promising Young Woman” – GANADORA

“Judas and the Black Messiah”

“to threaten”

“The Sound of Metal”

“The Trial of the Chicago 7”

Best Adapted Screenplay:

“The Father” – WINNER

“Borat, Subsequent Moviefilm”

“Nomadland”

“One Night in Miami”

“The White Tiger”

We would like to say thanks to the author of this article for this outstanding content

Anthony Hopkins, Frances McDormand and Nomadland, took the main Oscars

[date_timestamp] => 1642686416 ) [2] => Array ( [title] => jeep gladiator How does the most extreme pick-up behave? [link] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/movies/jeep-gladiator-how-does-the-most-extreme-pick-up-behave/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Paula Hooper ) [pubdate] => Thu, 20 Jan 2022 13:44:47 +0000 [category] => MoviesbehaveextremeGladiatorJeeppickup [guid] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/?p=19275 [description] => Elvio Orellana January 18 A vehicle that over time has been changing its essence in pursuit of new user needs is, without a doubt, the pickup. The increasingly luxurious versions with ride comfort worthy of a luxury car – previously unthinkable in a vehicle that was exclusively for work – are a consequence of this ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Elvio Orellana

January 18

A vehicle that over time has been changing its essence in pursuit of new user needs is, without a doubt, the pickup. The increasingly luxurious versions with ride comfort worthy of a luxury car – previously unthinkable in a vehicle that was exclusively for work – are a consequence of this phenomenon, but not the only trend that can be seen in the segment. There is also a clear inclination to offer increasingly powerful flatbeds with off-road capabilities. Jeep, the all-terrain specialist firm, added the Gladiator, a pick-up that raises these two features to the top.

the most courageous

The Gladiator has been sold for almost a year, but it’s still a huge eccentricity. People look at it openly, even more truck drivers, because they must understand that there is no flatter more courageous (no matter how many implements and off-road wheels are added) than one conceived by the number one off-road brand. The most intimidating profile is his side. There you become aware of its almost 6 meters long. Its enormous clearance (almost 30 cm) and the deep knobs of its 17? mixed tires are also contemplated.

laborers refrain

Its most striking sector is the box. Totally square, more than 1.5 meters long, it is covered by a canvas that in practice is folded in parts (it is not rolled up). This is not designed for the country man (supports only 650 kilos), but for more adventurous spirits, who need to move an enduro motorcycle, a quad, camping implements; in short, everything related to the recreational and not so much with the work.

Rustic to the max

You shouldn’t expect much luxury inside a vehicle that was born to get muddy, dig up sand, splash water, and even all of it can get inside. This, not because the cabin is poorly insulated, but because (like the Jeep Wrangler) it has the possibility of removing the roof, the four doors and even lowering the windshield. That explains why all its materials are rustic and resistant. Beyond that, it has excellent multimedia commanded by the U-Connect system with two USB ports and one USB-C, a super complete dashboard, climate control and a large display of buttons on the center console (including the four window lifters) , to lock the front and rear differential and to disconnect the front stabilizer bar (Sway Bar).

heading north

Although it is a one hundred percent model designed to practice off-road and whoever buys it must be very clear that this is its main function, every incursion begins on the asphalt. In our case, we traveled more than 1,600 kilometers from Córdoba to Salta, with a preponderance of routes, in which we traveled very well. The Gladiator is a “mini” tank that transmits a lot of security and confidence, from the unevenness, the donkey hills, “little saws”, potholes and directly unpaved parts are not perceived. Finally, the hum from the knobby tires is annoying and intensifies as speed increases. Luckily, it has excellent audio equipment to cover up the intense rumour.

Born for off-roading

The Gladiator hits the ground and immediately transforms into another vehicle. Its ride becomes smooth on gravel roads (it is not “jumpy”), as well as its electro-hydraulic steering and the tires are silent. Much responsible for this change in attitude lies in its suspension system (Leading-Link type at the front and Trailing-Arm at the rear), made up of special Fox shock absorbers that work tirelessly absorbing everything the tires find in their path.

Despite its large size and weight, the 285 hp turbo-gasoline V6 has a surprising reaction: from 0 to 100 km/h in just over 8 seconds. Spend a lot? In the city it is ?gluttonous?, 15 L/100 km. Meanwhile, on the road, with your right foot relaxed, you need about 13 L/120 km at 120 km/h. In off-road, with “the double” connected, gasoline consumption is around 20 liters per 100 km. But, as the saying goes: who takes away what you danced?

Datasheet

? Modelo: Jeep Gladiator Rubicon

? Origin: United States

? Engine: 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 gasoline engine, developing 285 hp at 6,400 RPM and 353 Nm of torque at 4,800 RPM

? Gearbox: 8-speed ZF automatic

? Transmission: 4×4 Selec-Trac (Overland) and Rock-Trac (Rubicon), the latter with a reduction gear (4LO)

? Dimensions: 5,537 mm long / 1,874 mm wide / 1,905 mm high (Overland) 1,939 mm (Rubicon) and 3,479 mm wheelbase

? Load capacity: 650 kilos

Price: $99,000

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January 18

A vehicle that over time has been changing its essence in pursuit of new user needs is, without a doubt, the pickup. The increasingly luxurious versions with ride comfort worthy of a luxury car – previously unthinkable in a vehicle that was exclusively for work – are a consequence of this phenomenon, but not the only trend that can be seen in the segment. There is also a clear inclination to offer increasingly powerful flatbeds with off-road capabilities. Jeep, the all-terrain specialist firm, added the Gladiator, a pick-up that raises these two features to the top.

the most courageous

The Gladiator has been sold for almost a year, but it’s still a huge eccentricity. People look at it openly, even more truck drivers, because they must understand that there is no flatter more courageous (no matter how many implements and off-road wheels are added) than one conceived by the number one off-road brand. The most intimidating profile is his side. There you become aware of its almost 6 meters long. Its enormous clearance (almost 30 cm) and the deep knobs of its 17? mixed tires are also contemplated.

laborers refrain

Its most striking sector is the box. Totally square, more than 1.5 meters long, it is covered by a canvas that in practice is folded in parts (it is not rolled up). This is not designed for the country man (supports only 650 kilos), but for more adventurous spirits, who need to move an enduro motorcycle, a quad, camping implements; in short, everything related to the recreational and not so much with the work.

Rustic to the max

You shouldn’t expect much luxury inside a vehicle that was born to get muddy, dig up sand, splash water, and even all of it can get inside. This, not because the cabin is poorly insulated, but because (like the Jeep Wrangler) it has the possibility of removing the roof, the four doors and even lowering the windshield. That explains why all its materials are rustic and resistant. Beyond that, it has excellent multimedia commanded by the U-Connect system with two USB ports and one USB-C, a super complete dashboard, climate control and a large display of buttons on the center console (including the four window lifters) , to lock the front and rear differential and to disconnect the front stabilizer bar (Sway Bar).

heading north

Although it is a one hundred percent model designed to practice off-road and whoever buys it must be very clear that this is its main function, every incursion begins on the asphalt. In our case, we traveled more than 1,600 kilometers from Córdoba to Salta, with a preponderance of routes, in which we traveled very well. The Gladiator is a “mini” tank that transmits a lot of security and confidence, from the unevenness, the donkey hills, “little saws”, potholes and directly unpaved parts are not perceived. Finally, the hum from the knobby tires is annoying and intensifies as speed increases. Luckily, it has excellent audio equipment to cover up the intense rumour.

Born for off-roading

The Gladiator hits the ground and immediately transforms into another vehicle. Its ride becomes smooth on gravel roads (it is not “jumpy”), as well as its electro-hydraulic steering and the tires are silent. Much responsible for this change in attitude lies in its suspension system (Leading-Link type at the front and Trailing-Arm at the rear), made up of special Fox shock absorbers that work tirelessly absorbing everything the tires find in their path.

Despite its large size and weight, the 285 hp turbo-gasoline V6 has a surprising reaction: from 0 to 100 km/h in just over 8 seconds. Spend a lot? In the city it is ?gluttonous?, 15 L/100 km. Meanwhile, on the road, with your right foot relaxed, you need about 13 L/120 km at 120 km/h. In off-road, with “the double” connected, gasoline consumption is around 20 liters per 100 km. But, as the saying goes: who takes away what you danced?

Datasheet

? Modelo: Jeep Gladiator Rubicon

? Origin: United States

? Engine: 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 gasoline engine, developing 285 hp at 6,400 RPM and 353 Nm of torque at 4,800 RPM

? Gearbox: 8-speed ZF automatic

? Transmission: 4×4 Selec-Trac (Overland) and Rock-Trac (Rubicon), the latter with a reduction gear (4LO)

? Dimensions: 5,537 mm long / 1,874 mm wide / 1,905 mm high (Overland) 1,939 mm (Rubicon) and 3,479 mm wheelbase

? Load capacity: 650 kilos

Price: $99,000

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Use of forced labor, widespread surveillance, torture, sexual violence, systematized rape, mass internment, policies of massive and forced sterilization, sinicization, eradication of Uighur culture and identity, separation of children from their families… Listing these crimes, the resolution details:

?These elements, now widely documented (?), testify to an intention to destroy Uighur identity, community ties, possibilities of filiation and intergenerational ties, and more generally to destroy Uighurs, including biologically, by as a whole group. This extreme and systematic political violence, organized and planned by the Chinese state, constitutes genocide. »

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Proposal ?invites the French government? to recognize what “genocide” and adopt ?the necessary measures with the international community and in its foreign policy? towards China to put an end to this situation.

On behalf of the government, the minister responsible for foreign trade, Franck Riester, spoke of ?systematic violence? and ?overwhelming testimonials?, but he argued that the formal qualification of “genocide” belonged to international bodies, not to the government. He assured that the fate of the Uighurs was “mentioned at the highest level” during interviews with Chinese officials, and recalled that it had been mentioned the day before in Emmanuel Macron’s speech to the European Parliament.

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The first secretary of the Socialist Party, Olivier Faure, denounced at the podium ?the implacable machine which aims at the cultural and biological eradication of a people?. He also lambasted big Western companies ?who continue to use forced labour? of this Turkish-speaking Muslim community.

Human rights organizations accuse China of having locked up more than a million Muslims in “political re-education” camps. Beijing, for its part, claims that the camps are in fact vocational training centers intended to keep them away from radicalization.

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) [summary] => A few days before the opening of the Winter Olympics (OG) in Beijing, a resolution denouncing the “genocide” of the Uighurs, the Muslim minority in Xinjiang, by China was adopted, Thursday 20 January, by the National Assembly of the French Republic. This text, without binding scope, was presented as part of a parliamentary initiative day ... Read more [atom_content] =>

A few days before the opening of the Winter Olympics (OG) in Beijing, a resolution denouncing the “genocide” of the Uighurs, the Muslim minority in Xinjiang, by China was adopted, Thursday 20 January, by the National Assembly of the French Republic.

This text, without binding scope, was presented as part of a parliamentary initiative day reserved for the Socialist Group. The Republic on the Move (LRM), had called on its members and supporters (MoDem and Agir ensemble), to speak out in its favor. It was adopted almost unanimously (169 votes for, 1 against and 5 abstentions).

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Use of forced labor, widespread surveillance, torture, sexual violence, systematized rape, mass internment, policies of massive and forced sterilization, sinicization, eradication of Uighur culture and identity, separation of children from their families… Listing these crimes, the resolution details:

?These elements, now widely documented (?), testify to an intention to destroy Uighur identity, community ties, possibilities of filiation and intergenerational ties, and more generally to destroy Uighurs, including biologically, by as a whole group. This extreme and systematic political violence, organized and planned by the Chinese state, constitutes genocide. »

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On behalf of the government, the minister responsible for foreign trade, Franck Riester, spoke of ?systematic violence? and ?overwhelming testimonials?, but he argued that the formal qualification of “genocide” belonged to international bodies, not to the government. He assured that the fate of the Uighurs was “mentioned at the highest level” during interviews with Chinese officials, and recalled that it had been mentioned the day before in Emmanuel Macron’s speech to the European Parliament.

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08h00 : Hello. Do you have any information on the postponement of specialties for the baccalaureate? Have a nice day ?

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07h05 : Hello, E. Macron talks about the restrictions relief agenda… does this include the vaccination pass? Thank you and good day

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The White House promised a response “severe” in case of penetration of Russian troops in Ukraine. From Kiev, Secretary of State Antony Blinken called on Moscow to choose the “peaceful way”.

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Lille rolled out against Lorient (3-1) to get closer to European places, where Strasbourg is now, fourth after its success at Clermont (2-0), in the late matches of Ligue 1.

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14h14 : It is 2 p.m., here is a new point on the news:

? Teachers are protesting against the management of the health crisis at school. Demonstrations are planned throughout France this afternoon, including one in Paris at 2 p.m. from Luxembourg at rue de Grenelle, near the ministry. Follow our live.

? After a health defense council, government spokesman Gabriel Attal announced that the Prime Minister and the Minister of Health would give a press conference this evening at 7 p.m. “give a precise, detailed timetable for the gradual lifting of the last restrictive measures in our country”. It will be streamed live here.

? A few days before the opening of the Winter Olympics in Beijing, the National Assembly adopted a resolution denouncing the genocide of the Uyghurs by China.

? Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI has been severely implicated in an independent report presented in Germany on sexual assaults against minors in the Archdiocese of Munich and Freising, which he directed between 1977 and 1982. He would then have done nothing to remove four clergymen suspected of sexual violence against minors.

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12h48 : Jean Castex and Olivier Véran will establish this eveninga precise timetable of the’?lightening of measures to give prospects to the French?, adds Gabriel Attal.

12h50 : The Prime Minister and the Minister of Health will hold a press conference at 7 p.m. on the ?gradual lifting of the latest health measures? in force.

12h50 : ?The French were able to spend Christmas and the New Year almost without constraint. (?) This was not the case with many of our neighbors, it is thanks to the vaccine, the pass and our responsibility.

Gabriel Attal talks about the restrictions of recent weeks.

12h50 : “The number of hospitalizations remains very high and the number of cases remains sensitive. (…) The epidemic is still expanding.”

12h38 : “We are moving forward in the economic recovery.”

The government spokesperson is currently giving a press conference after the Health Defense Council meeting this morning. He must mention the restrictions linked to the health crisis.

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The Health Defense Council meeting at the Elysée must “give visibility” on the restrictions linked to the health crisis. He must also decide on a possible postponement in June of the baccalaureate specialty tests, according to several sources within the executive. Follow our live.

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09h17 : Hello to both of them. Asked by Release, Public Health France explains that “the number of patients tested during a given period (a given day or a period of 7 rolling days for example) [sont ceux] who have never tested positive in the previous 60 days.” It is therefore the number of positive people and not the number of positive tests that is communicated.

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09h16 : Hello FI Is a person who has already tested positive and tested positive again (test for leaving isolation) counted in the +400000 cases?

09h00 : Here is the point on the news of the morning:

“If they [les Russes] invade, they will pay for it, they will no longer be able to go through the banks, they will not be able to make transactions in dollars”, warned Joe Biden. Washington promises an answer “severe” in the event of a Russian invasion of Ukraine, however large.

? Terminale students can from today until March 29 select their choices of higher education on Parcoursup, without having to classify them. “Our whole orientation is played out on this, we are a little bit lost”, entrust the high school students to franceinfo.

? A Health Defense Council meeting this morning at the Elysée must “give visibility” on the restrictions linked to the health crisis. Emmanuel Macron will present an agenda for easing the restrictions introduced in December, according to our information.

Teachers are preparing for a new day of action to protest against the management of the health crisis in education, with a demonstration this afternoon in Paris which “will not be prevented” by the prefecture despite the filing of the declaration out of time.

08h27 : Thailand will again exempt vaccinated travelers from quarantine from February 1. Fearing a spread of the Omicron variant, the country had reinstated a mandatory quarantine at the end of December.

08h02 : Hello @Ariane This is one of the demands made today during the mobilization of teachers, but nothing confirmed for the moment. The teachers’ associations want this postponement because of an “untenable” calendar and a year made difficult by the regular absences of teachers and students because of the Covid-19, specifies BFMTV.

08h00 : Hello. Do you have any information on the postponement of specialties for the baccalaureate? Have a nice day ?

07h47 : In a restaurant in Beijing, in order to save staff and reinforce sanitary precautions, the preparation of dishes and part of the service are robotized. “As technology advances, smart products are going to enter into all aspects of our lives and I think we still need traditional restaurants.” says a client.

07h06 : Hello @Marie A priori no (the vaccination pass has not yet entered into force). According to our information, Emmanuel Macron will present an agenda to ease the measures introduced in December. In particular, the government intends to extend the rules on telework by two weeks.

07h05 : Hello, E. Macron talks about the restrictions relief agenda… does this include the vaccination pass? Thank you and good day

06h45 : Is the obligation to telecommute three to four days a week well respected? To make sure of this, the labor inspectorate visits companies. But the mission is not always easy, as franceinfo was able to see during a visit to Île-de-France.

06h30 : A member of the Marne, Aina Kuric (Agir Ensemble group), received death threats by email after having voted in favor of the vaccination pass. She filed a complaint. “I would like to remind you that it is our responsibility to fight collectively against those who claim want to blow up our democracy”, she said, quote France 3 Great East.

06h15 : In Reunion, the prefect extended the curfew at 9 p.m. until February 7. The wearing of the compulsory mask in the street and the ban on picnics are also maintained until this date.

06h02 : Here is the main information this morning:

? A Health Defense Council meeting this morning at the Elysée must “give visibility” regarding the restrictions linked to the health crisis. Emmanuel Macron will present an agenda for easing the restrictions introduced in December, according to our information. The government intends to extend the rules on telework by two weeks.

The White House promised a response “severe” in case of penetration of Russian troops in Ukraine. From Kiev, Secretary of State Antony Blinken called on Moscow to choose the “peaceful way”.

Teachers are preparing for a new day of action to protest against the management of the health crisis in education, with a demonstration this afternoon in Paris which “will not be prevented” by the prefecture despite the filing of the declaration out of time.

Lille rolled out against Lorient (3-1) to get closer to European places, where Strasbourg is now, fourth after its success at Clermont (2-0), in the late matches of Ligue 1.

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DIRECT. Covid-19: Jean Castex and Olivier Véran will announce a “precise timetable” for lifting health restrictions at 7 p.m.

[date_timestamp] => 1642685586 ) [6] => Array ( [title] => Who is Nasrin Sotoudeh, the human rights lawyer sentenced in Iran to prison terms and ?148 lashes? ? BBC News World [link] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/influential-people/who-is-nasrin-sotoudeh-the-human-rights-lawyer-sentenced-in-iran-to-prison-terms-and-148-lashes-bbc-news-world/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Harold Kent ) [pubdate] => Thu, 20 Jan 2022 13:15:55 +0000 [category] => Influential PeopleBBChumanIranlasheslawyerNasrinNewsprisonrightssentencedSotoudehterms [guid] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/?p=19251 [description] => Drafting BBC News World 14 March 2019 image source, Getty Images Caption, At least seven human rights lawyers were arrested in Iran in 2018. Nasrin was one of them. Well-known Iranian human rights lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh was sentenced again by an Iranian court and, despite international protests, will remain in jail. Sotoudeh is famous for ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>
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At least seven human rights lawyers were arrested in Iran in 2018. Nasrin was one of them.

Well-known Iranian human rights lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh was sentenced again by an Iranian court and, despite international protests, will remain in jail.

Sotoudeh is famous for depicting women protesting against wearing the hijab or headscarf, which in Iran is considered an act of defiance and is punishable by law.

The authorities accuse her of several crimes related to national security, but she denies all of them.

The news about which one is a defender of women’s rights, however, offer contradictory versions.

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) [summary] => Drafting BBC News World 14 March 2019 image source, Getty Images Caption, At least seven human rights lawyers were arrested in Iran in 2018. Nasrin was one of them. Well-known Iranian human rights lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh was sentenced again by an Iranian court and, despite international protests, will remain in jail. Sotoudeh is famous for ... Read more [atom_content] =>
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Caption,

At least seven human rights lawyers were arrested in Iran in 2018. Nasrin was one of them.

Well-known Iranian human rights lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh was sentenced again by an Iranian court and, despite international protests, will remain in jail.

Sotoudeh is famous for depicting women protesting against wearing the hijab or headscarf, which in Iran is considered an act of defiance and is punishable by law.

The authorities accuse her of several crimes related to national security, but she denies all of them.

The news about which one is a defender of women’s rights, however, offer contradictory versions.

We wish to give thanks to the writer of this post for this outstanding content

Who is Nasrin Sotoudeh, the human rights lawyer sentenced in Iran to prison terms and “148 lashes” – BBC News World

[date_timestamp] => 1642684555 ) [7] => Array ( [title] => Lenc: Nagano was unique. It would be nice if we created such a euphoria for the nation again ? Sport.cz [link] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/sport/lenc-nagano-was-unique-it-would-be-nice-if-we-created-such-a-euphoria-for-the-nation-again-sport-cz/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tim Hall ) [pubdate] => Thu, 20 Jan 2022 13:00:57 +0000 [category] => SportcreatedeuphoriaLencNaganonationniceSportczunique [guid] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/?p=19245 [description] => Of course, I am surprised and happy at the same time. On the other hand; younger boys went to Karjala and I was originally supposed to go to Moscow in December. However, the connection from Khabarovsk was not ideal and the club management also wished I did not go to the national team. Which the ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Of course, I am surprised and happy at the same time. On the other hand; younger boys went to Karjala and I was originally supposed to go to Moscow in December. However, the connection from Khabarovsk was not ideal and the club management also wished I did not go to the national team. Which the national team met, he didn’t want to pull us across half the world for one match.

Did you believe that you would receive invitations for Beijing?

You can’t say I have it in my head. The Olympics are a dream anyway, and when the NHL players were denied, I thought I might have a chance. But we have a lot of quality hockey players, so I was not 100% convinced of myself. In the corner of my soul, I was hoping a little.

Photo: @narodnitym, Twitter

Forward Radan Lenc training the national team during the World Cup 2021 in Riga.Photo: @narodnitym, Twitter

Did you watch the nomination press on the Internet last Thursday?

I looked at her, overall I wondered who was going. As well as other circumstances. Because of the covid, the current season is on its head, so I wanted to find out what we will have to go through because of the Olympics.

What comes to mind first when you say the Winter Olympics?

Nagano, of course, that was unique. And the games are also a great glory of the sport, the best athletes in the world will arrive. Therefore, even in hockey, this does not apply due to the ban on NHL players

You were six years old at the 1998 Olympics. Do you have any specific memories of Nagano?

I have, but they’re duller. At the age of six, I didn’t enjoy watching matches on TV because I didn’t enjoy it. But the subsequent euphoria of the whole nation then affected me, a little boy. It would be nice if we could create such euphoria for our nation again.

Do you admit that the rapidly spreading omicron can strike at any time, so no one in the current cadre has a certain participation in the games yet?

It’s a very nervous time. We can be negative all the time, feel healthy, and in the end, for example, when the positive test comes out at the airport and it’s after the Olympics.

The management of the national team prepared training sessions at the O2 arena for 12 nominated players from the KHL, which was interrupted last week. But so far you are only five on the ice. Is it a big habit?

Of course, these are not completely standard trainings, on the other hand we shoot a lot and practice a lot of pre-goal situations. It’s more skill training and I enjoy it. In addition, I welcomed the fact that the KHL had been interrupted and I could have left for the Czech Republic a week earlier, because I had been in Khabarovsk without my wife and son since mid-December.

Photo: Vlastimil Vacek, Právo

Radan Lenc during the training of the hockey team.Photo: Vlastimil Vacek, Right

So you didn’t think to move to Beijing directly from Khabarovsk, from where the flight takes only about three hours?

The coach asked me if it was worth going to Prague and preparing for it. But I was glad that I could go home and have Czech food.

From next week, you will close yourself in a bubble in Prague, which is also waiting for you in Beijing, where the first part of the team will move on January 27. Are you sorry that you don’t look at many places in the Chinese capital?

We experienced something similar last year at the World Cup in Riga and I expect it to be similar now. But it’s sad. I don’t know exactly how we will be able to move in Beijing, but if there was a chance, I would like to go and see other sports in my free time.

I would be tempted to ski, but we certainly won’t get there, because the slopes will be far from the hockey halls. I have no idea what we could see, but in the final I won’t care. I would like to go see any sport with a Czech representative.

Before the season, you went to your first foreign team at the age of 30. How do you do it in Khabarovsk in the Far East?

It’s a really huge distance from home, but I wouldn’t see a fundamental difference. The KHL is completely different from the extra league – faster, better. The mentality of the Russians is different, and it is all the more difficult to adapt and find a way to work.

What exactly stopped you in this regard?

That’s for a longer talk. But in general, I think there are things that should be addressed and they are not being addressed. And instead, the ones that should be automatic are addressed and we should not talk about them.

Photo: Vlastimil Vacek, Právo

Radan Lenc.Photo: Vlastimil Vacek, Right

And on the hockey side? In the Eastern Conference, Amur is on the verge of advancing to the playoffs …

The preparation went beyond our expectations and that is why it arose; I dare say; exaggerated expectations from management that did not match the quality of the team. We did not start the season the best, which was the place of coach Vorobjov, who was replaced by Mikhail Kravjec. It wasn’t perfect under him at first, we weren’t in our shoes. But after Christmas, it broke down and I personally began to prosper. It relaxed a bit and I feel much better. It takes someone less time to get used to the new team, it took me more time. But now my game is approaching the standard I would like to show.

Did the presence of compatriots Barto?ák, Jordán and Tomá?ek in the team help you get used to Khabarovsk?

Certainly. Michal Jordán is five years old in Amur and he knows the people in the club and the city. He helps us a lot with his recommendations, we are not alone. When we have time off, we all go to dinner with our families, for example, and talk about things other than hockey.

How are you doing after six months with Russian?

I didn’t have it at school, and when I don’t count learning a few basic words after signing the contract, I didn’t have my first contact with Russian until I arrived in Khabarovsk. But now I have no problem not agreeing. I understand a lot of things, even if my answers are austere and basic. I’m not talking fluently, but I’ll take care of what I need.

She doesn’t bother me, I read everything basic in it.

How did you cope with long flights over several time zones during trips?

It usually flies around eight to ten hours and it is much easier to cope with the shift when traveling west, when we fly over time. But on my way back east, it takes me three or four days to settle. The first two nights are worse, the number of times I wake up at four in the morning and no longer fall asleep. You can get used to it, but in my case, I wouldn’t be completely inclined to work on the Far Advantage for ten years.

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) [summary] => Of course, I am surprised and happy at the same time. On the other hand; younger boys went to Karjala and I was originally supposed to go to Moscow in December. However, the connection from Khabarovsk was not ideal and the club management also wished I did not go to the national team. Which the ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Of course, I am surprised and happy at the same time. On the other hand; younger boys went to Karjala and I was originally supposed to go to Moscow in December. However, the connection from Khabarovsk was not ideal and the club management also wished I did not go to the national team. Which the national team met, he didn’t want to pull us across half the world for one match.

Did you believe that you would receive invitations for Beijing?

You can’t say I have it in my head. The Olympics are a dream anyway, and when the NHL players were denied, I thought I might have a chance. But we have a lot of quality hockey players, so I was not 100% convinced of myself. In the corner of my soul, I was hoping a little.

Photo: @narodnitym, Twitter

Forward Radan Lenc training the national team during the World Cup 2021 in Riga.Photo: @narodnitym, Twitter

Did you watch the nomination press on the Internet last Thursday?

I looked at her, overall I wondered who was going. As well as other circumstances. Because of the covid, the current season is on its head, so I wanted to find out what we will have to go through because of the Olympics.

What comes to mind first when you say the Winter Olympics?

Nagano, of course, that was unique. And the games are also a great glory of the sport, the best athletes in the world will arrive. Therefore, even in hockey, this does not apply due to the ban on NHL players

You were six years old at the 1998 Olympics. Do you have any specific memories of Nagano?

I have, but they’re duller. At the age of six, I didn’t enjoy watching matches on TV because I didn’t enjoy it. But the subsequent euphoria of the whole nation then affected me, a little boy. It would be nice if we could create such euphoria for our nation again.

Do you admit that the rapidly spreading omicron can strike at any time, so no one in the current cadre has a certain participation in the games yet?

It’s a very nervous time. We can be negative all the time, feel healthy, and in the end, for example, when the positive test comes out at the airport and it’s after the Olympics.

The management of the national team prepared training sessions at the O2 arena for 12 nominated players from the KHL, which was interrupted last week. But so far you are only five on the ice. Is it a big habit?

Of course, these are not completely standard trainings, on the other hand we shoot a lot and practice a lot of pre-goal situations. It’s more skill training and I enjoy it. In addition, I welcomed the fact that the KHL had been interrupted and I could have left for the Czech Republic a week earlier, because I had been in Khabarovsk without my wife and son since mid-December.

Photo: Vlastimil Vacek, Právo

Radan Lenc during the training of the hockey team.Photo: Vlastimil Vacek, Right

So you didn’t think to move to Beijing directly from Khabarovsk, from where the flight takes only about three hours?

The coach asked me if it was worth going to Prague and preparing for it. But I was glad that I could go home and have Czech food.

From next week, you will close yourself in a bubble in Prague, which is also waiting for you in Beijing, where the first part of the team will move on January 27. Are you sorry that you don’t look at many places in the Chinese capital?

We experienced something similar last year at the World Cup in Riga and I expect it to be similar now. But it’s sad. I don’t know exactly how we will be able to move in Beijing, but if there was a chance, I would like to go and see other sports in my free time.

I would be tempted to ski, but we certainly won’t get there, because the slopes will be far from the hockey halls. I have no idea what we could see, but in the final I won’t care. I would like to go see any sport with a Czech representative.

Before the season, you went to your first foreign team at the age of 30. How do you do it in Khabarovsk in the Far East?

It’s a really huge distance from home, but I wouldn’t see a fundamental difference. The KHL is completely different from the extra league – faster, better. The mentality of the Russians is different, and it is all the more difficult to adapt and find a way to work.

What exactly stopped you in this regard?

That’s for a longer talk. But in general, I think there are things that should be addressed and they are not being addressed. And instead, the ones that should be automatic are addressed and we should not talk about them.

Photo: Vlastimil Vacek, Právo

Radan Lenc.Photo: Vlastimil Vacek, Right

And on the hockey side? In the Eastern Conference, Amur is on the verge of advancing to the playoffs …

The preparation went beyond our expectations and that is why it arose; I dare say; exaggerated expectations from management that did not match the quality of the team. We did not start the season the best, which was the place of coach Vorobjov, who was replaced by Mikhail Kravjec. It wasn’t perfect under him at first, we weren’t in our shoes. But after Christmas, it broke down and I personally began to prosper. It relaxed a bit and I feel much better. It takes someone less time to get used to the new team, it took me more time. But now my game is approaching the standard I would like to show.

Did the presence of compatriots Barto?ák, Jordán and Tomá?ek in the team help you get used to Khabarovsk?

Certainly. Michal Jordán is five years old in Amur and he knows the people in the club and the city. He helps us a lot with his recommendations, we are not alone. When we have time off, we all go to dinner with our families, for example, and talk about things other than hockey.

How are you doing after six months with Russian?

I didn’t have it at school, and when I don’t count learning a few basic words after signing the contract, I didn’t have my first contact with Russian until I arrived in Khabarovsk. But now I have no problem not agreeing. I understand a lot of things, even if my answers are austere and basic. I’m not talking fluently, but I’ll take care of what I need.

She doesn’t bother me, I read everything basic in it.

How did you cope with long flights over several time zones during trips?

It usually flies around eight to ten hours and it is much easier to cope with the shift when traveling west, when we fly over time. But on my way back east, it takes me three or four days to settle. The first two nights are worse, the number of times I wake up at four in the morning and no longer fall asleep. You can get used to it, but in my case, I wouldn’t be completely inclined to work on the Far Advantage for ten years.

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[date_timestamp] => 1642683657 ) [8] => Array ( [title] => Covid-19: ?Faced with a critical health situation, there is an urgent need to reduce the prison population? [link] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/opinions/covid-19-faced-with-a-critical-health-situation-there-is-an-urgent-need-to-reduce-the-prison-population/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Harold Kent ) [pubdate] => Thu, 20 Jan 2022 12:12:49 +0000 [category] => OpinionsCovid19criticalFacedhealthpopulationprisonreducesituationurgent [guid] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/?p=19239 [description] => Tribune. According to the latest figures made public, 1,074 detainees tested positive for Covid-19 as of January 7, 2022, and 1,029 prison administration staff as of January 4. In affected establishments, isolation of infected persons is almost impossible. Floors or even entire buildings are sometimes confined and positive people coexist with others who have not ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Tribune. According to the latest figures made public, 1,074 detainees tested positive for Covid-19 as of January 7, 2022, and 1,029 prison administration staff as of January 4. In affected establishments, isolation of infected persons is almost impossible. Floors or even entire buildings are sometimes confined and positive people coexist with others who have not been tested.

At the Beauvais prison (Oise), a building of 200 people, including 25 positive for the virus, was thus quarantined. In addition to the particular vulnerability of prisons to the epidemic and the endangerment of the people who are detained there and those who work there, the stopping of visiting rooms for contaminated people or contact cases, the reinstatement of Plexiglas plates separating the others, and the suspension of the majority of collective activities deprives the detainees of their most essential rights and reinforces the tensions between the walls.

Read also Covid-19 crisis: a historic opportunity for prisons

This critical health situation owes a lot to the overcrowding of prisons. The main sources of contamination affect particularly overcrowded establishments, such as the Villepinte remand center (Seine-Saint-Denis), with a prison density of 166%, or the Perpignan remand center (Pyrénées-Orientales), which reach more than 200%. In a cell of 9 square meters occupied by three people, the application of barrier gestures and social distancing seem quite futile.

The prison population continues to grow

However, in May 2020, following exceptional measures to grant additional sentence reductions and early end-of-sentence arrangements, combined with the reduction in prison sentences over this period, prison density increased, for the first time since almost twenty years, below the 100% mark. But despite multiple calls for the implementation of a real policy of prison deflation, the prison population has since grown steadily.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Covid-19: “Every day, prison directors fear the transformation of their establishment into a cluster”

In a year and a half, it has increased by almost 20%, so many prisons have regained their sad records of the beginning of 2020, and the number of mattresses on the floor has more than tripled. If prison inflation, the overcrowding to which it leads and the indignity of the conditions of detention which it exacerbates must be combated through long-term policies, the current epidemic situation makes the urgency even more glaring.

Such a finding calls for at least new measures similar to those of spring 2020. In view of the current unprecedented health situation, the scope of these measures must also be increased and also concern people in pre-trial detention ? who represent approximately 30% of the prison population ? and those held for long sentences.

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Covid-19: “Faced with a critical health situation, there is an urgent need to reduce the prison population”

) [summary] => Tribune. According to the latest figures made public, 1,074 detainees tested positive for Covid-19 as of January 7, 2022, and 1,029 prison administration staff as of January 4. In affected establishments, isolation of infected persons is almost impossible. Floors or even entire buildings are sometimes confined and positive people coexist with others who have not ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Tribune. According to the latest figures made public, 1,074 detainees tested positive for Covid-19 as of January 7, 2022, and 1,029 prison administration staff as of January 4. In affected establishments, isolation of infected persons is almost impossible. Floors or even entire buildings are sometimes confined and positive people coexist with others who have not been tested.

At the Beauvais prison (Oise), a building of 200 people, including 25 positive for the virus, was thus quarantined. In addition to the particular vulnerability of prisons to the epidemic and the endangerment of the people who are detained there and those who work there, the stopping of visiting rooms for contaminated people or contact cases, the reinstatement of Plexiglas plates separating the others, and the suspension of the majority of collective activities deprives the detainees of their most essential rights and reinforces the tensions between the walls.

Read also Covid-19 crisis: a historic opportunity for prisons

This critical health situation owes a lot to the overcrowding of prisons. The main sources of contamination affect particularly overcrowded establishments, such as the Villepinte remand center (Seine-Saint-Denis), with a prison density of 166%, or the Perpignan remand center (Pyrénées-Orientales), which reach more than 200%. In a cell of 9 square meters occupied by three people, the application of barrier gestures and social distancing seem quite futile.

The prison population continues to grow

However, in May 2020, following exceptional measures to grant additional sentence reductions and early end-of-sentence arrangements, combined with the reduction in prison sentences over this period, prison density increased, for the first time since almost twenty years, below the 100% mark. But despite multiple calls for the implementation of a real policy of prison deflation, the prison population has since grown steadily.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Covid-19: “Every day, prison directors fear the transformation of their establishment into a cluster”

In a year and a half, it has increased by almost 20%, so many prisons have regained their sad records of the beginning of 2020, and the number of mattresses on the floor has more than tripled. If prison inflation, the overcrowding to which it leads and the indignity of the conditions of detention which it exacerbates must be combated through long-term policies, the current epidemic situation makes the urgency even more glaring.

Such a finding calls for at least new measures similar to those of spring 2020. In view of the current unprecedented health situation, the scope of these measures must also be increased and also concern people in pre-trial detention ? who represent approximately 30% of the prison population ? and those held for long sentences.

You have 51.63% of this article left to read. The following is for subscribers only.

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Covid-19: “Faced with a critical health situation, there is an urgent need to reduce the prison population”

[date_timestamp] => 1642680769 ) [9] => Array ( [title] => Can supermarkets keep life affordable in difficult times? ? ?If electricity becomes too expensive, the government must intervene, if a supermarket helps consumers it is wrong? ? Foodlog [link] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/magazine/can-supermarkets-keep-life-affordable-in-difficult-times-if-electricity-becomes-too-expensive-the-government-must-intervene-if-a-supermarket-helps-consumers-it-is-wrong-foodlog/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Pauline Moonlky ) [pubdate] => Thu, 20 Jan 2022 11:54:53 +0000 [category] => MagazineaffordableConsumersdifficultelectricityexpensiveFoodlogGovernmenthelpsintervenelifesupermarketSupermarketstimesWrong [guid] => https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/?p=19233 [description] => Leclerc announced last week a fixed price of ?0.29 for a baguette, the French daily bread. Bakers, millers, grain growers and the French farmers’ union FNSEA reacted indignantly because someone has to pay the low prices. If the consumer does not pay the supermarket a fair price, the chain will have to bleed for the ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Leclerc announced last week a fixed price of ?0.29 for a baguette, the French daily bread. Bakers, millers, grain growers and the French farmers’ union FNSEA reacted indignantly because someone has to pay the low prices. If the consumer does not pay the supermarket a fair price, the chain will have to bleed for the supermarket and they think that is unjustified.

Low prices in expensive times, according to the suppliers at the front of the chain, that is not possible at all.

If the price of electricity rises, everyone thinks that the state should intervene (…) but if a private company fixes the prices, it should not

According to the Insee, The national institute of statistics and economic studies (French CBS) a baguette should cost on average ?0.90. Of that amount, 15% would be for the account of the flour, 30 to 40% in personnel costs, 10 to 15% fixed costs and 30 to 45% margin. The only way supermarkets could live up to such a low price would be to use lower quality flour. Shame, and that for a product that France has nominated to UNESCO as intangible heritage.

According to Michel-Édouard Leclerc, he is lowering the price precisely to support the purchasing power of the average French consumer. “We have a mountain of inflation coming our way,” say Leclerc in the Huffington Post. In view of this, the chain wanted to give a strong sign of its intention not to pass on price increases to consumers without discussion or without moderation. The basic baguette, which Leclerc already had in the shop for ?0.30 and of which millions are sold, takes into account two previous price increases that the millers implemented and the preconditions of the loi Egalim (the law to prevent farmers to guarantee a fair price) and is therefore a perfect interpretation of such a ‘sign’.

But what Leclerc thinks is even more important is that business is taking action in these times of inflation. He is therefore surprised at the criticism that he finds based on fallacies. “When the price of electricity goes up, everyone thinks the state should intervene (…) but if a private company fixes prices, they can’t. It’s a stupid controversy, our consumers don’t see it that way.” Leclerc also plans to freeze the prices of other commodities and simply calls the criticism of his policy ‘moronic’. His supermarket positions itself as the Robin Hood of consumers in difficult times.

For the Netherlands calculated the National Institute for Budget Information (Nibud) recently found that families have an average of 40 euros less to spend each month as a result of rapidly rising inflation. The declining purchasing power amounts to up to 100 euros for two-income couples with several children. Breadwinners who do not see their wages increase should even take into account a decrease in purchasing power that can amount to more than 200 euros per month. Such powerful declines in purchasing power as in 2021 and 2022 have not occurred for a long time, according to Nibud.

In Hungary, the government is freezing the prices of seven basic foodstuffs for three months. These include milk, sugar, chicken and pig feet. It is a response to high inflation. It is no coincidence that there are also elections in Hungary this spring, according to RetailDetail. Retailers can afford to show ‘social solidarity’, according to Agriculture Minister Nagy. In Hungary, food manufacturers and processors are protected from negative impacts because retailers are not legally allowed to cancel their contracts.

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) [summary] => Leclerc announced last week a fixed price of ?0.29 for a baguette, the French daily bread. Bakers, millers, grain growers and the French farmers’ union FNSEA reacted indignantly because someone has to pay the low prices. If the consumer does not pay the supermarket a fair price, the chain will have to bleed for the ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Leclerc announced last week a fixed price of ?0.29 for a baguette, the French daily bread. Bakers, millers, grain growers and the French farmers’ union FNSEA reacted indignantly because someone has to pay the low prices. If the consumer does not pay the supermarket a fair price, the chain will have to bleed for the supermarket and they think that is unjustified.

Low prices in expensive times, according to the suppliers at the front of the chain, that is not possible at all.

If the price of electricity rises, everyone thinks that the state should intervene (…) but if a private company fixes the prices, it should not

According to the Insee, The national institute of statistics and economic studies (French CBS) a baguette should cost on average ?0.90. Of that amount, 15% would be for the account of the flour, 30 to 40% in personnel costs, 10 to 15% fixed costs and 30 to 45% margin. The only way supermarkets could live up to such a low price would be to use lower quality flour. Shame, and that for a product that France has nominated to UNESCO as intangible heritage.

According to Michel-Édouard Leclerc, he is lowering the price precisely to support the purchasing power of the average French consumer. “We have a mountain of inflation coming our way,” say Leclerc in the Huffington Post. In view of this, the chain wanted to give a strong sign of its intention not to pass on price increases to consumers without discussion or without moderation. The basic baguette, which Leclerc already had in the shop for ?0.30 and of which millions are sold, takes into account two previous price increases that the millers implemented and the preconditions of the loi Egalim (the law to prevent farmers to guarantee a fair price) and is therefore a perfect interpretation of such a ‘sign’.

But what Leclerc thinks is even more important is that business is taking action in these times of inflation. He is therefore surprised at the criticism that he finds based on fallacies. “When the price of electricity goes up, everyone thinks the state should intervene (…) but if a private company fixes prices, they can’t. It’s a stupid controversy, our consumers don’t see it that way.” Leclerc also plans to freeze the prices of other commodities and simply calls the criticism of his policy ‘moronic’. His supermarket positions itself as the Robin Hood of consumers in difficult times.

For the Netherlands calculated the National Institute for Budget Information (Nibud) recently found that families have an average of 40 euros less to spend each month as a result of rapidly rising inflation. The declining purchasing power amounts to up to 100 euros for two-income couples with several children. Breadwinners who do not see their wages increase should even take into account a decrease in purchasing power that can amount to more than 200 euros per month. Such powerful declines in purchasing power as in 2021 and 2022 have not occurred for a long time, according to Nibud.

In Hungary, the government is freezing the prices of seven basic foodstuffs for three months. These include milk, sugar, chicken and pig feet. It is a response to high inflation. It is no coincidence that there are also elections in Hungary this spring, according to RetailDetail. Retailers can afford to show ‘social solidarity’, according to Agriculture Minister Nagy. In Hungary, food manufacturers and processors are protected from negative impacts because retailers are not legally allowed to cancel their contracts.

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Can supermarkets keep life affordable in difficult times? – ‘If electricity becomes too expensive, the government must intervene, if a supermarket helps consumers it is wrong’ – Foodlog

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