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EU puts God’s HR procedures under spotlight

first_imgRelated posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. Reverend Ray Owen’s prayers were answered last week when MEPs called forchanges in UK law to give the clergy the same employment rights as otheremployees. The European Parliament overwhelmingly backed the case of the Owen who couldn’tchallenge his dismissal by the Church of England because he is “employedby God”. Owen took his complaint for unfair dismissal to Brussels after losing hisposition as team rector in the Parish of Hanley, Stoke on Trent, in 1999. The resolution, which has no legal force, states: “The clergy shouldenjoy the same human rights as other citizens of the European Union. “Their relationship with their employers in the UK is governed bycommon law and ecclesiastical law, which fail to provide essential rights tothe clergy, notably the right to a fair and public hearing by an independentand impartial tribunal in cases of dispute.” At the moment the clergy’s status is governed by a 1912 law that gives themthe unique role of being employed of God – a seemingly unforgiving boss. EU puts God’s HR procedures under spotlightOn 12 Nov 2002 in Personnel Todaylast_img read more

Authorities Dismantle Clandestine FARC Broadcast Station in Eastern Colombia

first_imgBy Dialogo November 22, 2011 The Colombian Army dismantled a clandestine radio station operated by the FARC communist guerrilla group in a rural area of the department of Meta (in eastern Colombia), the military announced. The ‘Voz de la Resistencia’ [Voice of Resistance] station, which was located in a rural area of the municipality of Cubarral, was administered by the General Staff of the Eastern Bloc of the communist Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), according to a statement issued by the Army’s 13th Brigade. In April 2010, this same station was dismantled, having operated in the region over the course of at least 15 years, but “a few months ago it had been set up again by the insurgents,” the report indicated. The station served for the “political indoctrination of FARC members at the same time as for launching harsh criticism against the institutions of the state,” according to the Army intelligence service. The service reported that the broadcast station was protected by “60 improvised explosive devices, and around 12 kilos of black gunpowder, six cans of liquid solder, and around 12 more kilos of explosive substances and shrapnel were also found at the location.” No clashes with guerrilla factions or arrests were reported. In the same area, the Army also dismantled nine camps with the capacity to house between 30 and 50 rebels, equipped with bedrooms, kitchens, ovens, and laundry areas. The Ecuadorean daily El Universo reported in February that a broadcast station operated by this guerrilla group was transmitting messages from Colombia that were inviting young Ecuadoreans in the province of Sucumbíos to enlist in the group and that its FM range even extended as far as a Peruvian town.last_img read more

Facebook removes Trump’s campaign ads with Nazi symbolism for hate-speech violations

first_imgFacebook has pulled posts and ads from Donald Trump’s 2020 re-election campaign over Nazi imagery that violates Facebook’s policy banning “organized hate.”The Trump ads stated “Dangerous MOBS of far-left groups,” which it claimed are “running through our streets and causing absolute mayhem.” The ads featured an upside-down triangle, which anti-hate groups said was strikingly similar to notorious Nazi symbols denoting political prisoners in World War II concentration camps.Facebook let the Trump campaign run 88 ads with inverted red triangle — an infamous Nazi symbol https://t.co/7eG1V9gNS8 pic.twitter.com/4yqTJgymr5— Media Matters (@mmfa) June 18, 2020 The Trump ads also said “stand with your President and declare ANTIFA a Terrorist Organization.”The Trump campaign claimed that the down-pointing red triangle is an emoji and “symbol widely used by Antifia.” The Trump campaign also said it is not included in the Anti-Defamation League’s Hate Symbols Database. Meanwhile, ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt said in a statement on Twitter that Nazis used “red triangles to identify their political victims in concentration camps. Using it to attack political opponents is highly offensive. @POTUS’ campaign needs to learn its history, as ignorance is no excuse for using Nazi-related symbols.”last_img read more

Mexican soccer player wore swim cap after bloody head injury

first_imgMexican defender Luis “Chaka” Rodriguez took a knee to the back of the head during the second half of Mexico’s 1-0 win over Haiti in Tuesday’s Gold Cup semifinal.The contact caused his head to start bleeding: MORE: When does Mexico play? El Tri’s schedule and resultsIn order to get Rodriguez back on the field ASAP, an innovative person on Mexico’s training staff gave him a swim cap to wear:Twitter was both amused and impressed by the swim cap:When you got a soccer game at 7 but a swim meet at 8 #MexicoVsHaiti pic.twitter.com/vXvBOAp7zo— reciO (@aariellunaa) July 3, 2019last_img read more

Are your gloves really protecting you from the coronavirus?

first_imgSince the coronavirus pandemic began, many people have taken to wearing rubber gloves and facemask in an attempt to protect themselves. Is it really working?One nurse from Michigan posted a video to explain why so many people are still getting the coronavirus despite wearing gloves.last_img

Former Pakistani cricketer Javed Miandad goes on strong worded rant about India’s CAA situation:…

first_imgImage Courtesy: AP/TOIAdvertisement 2gNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vsx9bWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E3ivsrd( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) cihkthWould you ever consider trying this?😱1mj3cCan your students do this? 🌚5ybb2Roller skating! Powered by Firework While Pakistan has finally come out of their decade long ban from ICC from hosting test cricket series, there has been an uprising in the protests and riots against the Citizenship Amendment Act, issued by the Bharatiya Janata Party. Amongst the celebration of the ban lift, Pakistani cricketing legend Javed Miandad has appealed to the International Cricket Council to issue the same ban on India.Advertisement Image Courtesy: AP/TOIHosting Sri Lanka in their first Test series after the ban, the same team that was the victim of the henious 2009 Lahore attack, when Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, a Pakistan based terrorist group, opened fire on a bus carrying Sri Lankan cricketers near the Gaddafi Stadium. Six Sri Lankan cricketers were injured, and six Pakistani policemen and two civilians were killed.However, Miandad believes the violent clashes between policemen and the rioters in India to be on the same level as the jihadist militants, and made an appeal to the ICC to issue the same ban on India.Advertisement In a video posted on Pakistani blog website PakPassion.net, the 62 year old said:“My message to ICC, please stop all the playing countries (from) touring India. Now you can see, now (we) will see the justice from ICC, what are they going to do and what they are going to say to the world.I want to request ICC to also stop India from touring other countries. Racism is going on in India and hatred against Kashmiris and Muslims. We sportspersons should also raise these issues.”Advertisement The former coach of the Pakistan cricket team, Miandad earned 71 test caps and 15 ODI caps. His last ODI was in 1996 against India, the country that he emphasized on to detest.“I urge all countries to stand for the human being and condemn India. The whole world is watching and everyone is concerned, the UN is talking about it. All the countries should take a stand against India where they are killing people like animals. India should be ashamed. India is finished.” he added.Just a couple of days ago, Pakistan Cricket Board chief Ehsan Mani addressed in the same manner, stating that the protests and riots in India makes it much more risky for teams to play cricket rather than Pakistan. Soon after, the BCCI vice president Mahim Verma hit him back with a befitting reply, saying “They should look at security in their own country first and think about it first. We are capable enough to handle our country and security here.”Also read-PCB chief: India ‘far greater security risk’ than Pakistan to play cricket inBCCI fires back over PCB over ‘security’ jibe: Handle Security In Your Own Country First! Advertisementlast_img read more

Former Ranji trophy cricketer found dead; son arrested for murder

first_imgImage Courtesy: TOIAdvertisement lzljNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs5gum19Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E62cl( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) xyrpeWould you ever consider trying this?😱5fpwCan your students do this? 🌚a6bRoller skating! Powered by Firework In a shocking incident, K Jayamohan Thampi, former Ranji Trophy cricketer who played for the Kerala cricket team, was found dead in his home last week. Following a police investigation, it was revealed that he was murdered, and his son Ashwin has been arrested.Advertisement Image Courtesy: TOIThampi, the 64 year old former right-handed batsman and wicketkeeper who played six first class matches for Kerala, was discovered in a decomposed state at his residence in Manacaud, Thiruvananthapuram, 36 hours after his death. Police arrived at the scene after a foul malodour was found emitting from his house.Following a suspicious narrative from Thampi’s son Ashwin, police decided to apprehend him, as more than a day had passed since Thampi’s death, and nobody except Ashwin lived in the house.Advertisement The postmortem reports revealed that Thampi died after sustaining a critical head injury. which happened after a drunken brawl with his son, as it was found out after questioning Ashwin.Ashwin, Thampi’s son. (Image Courtesy: Kerala Kaumudi)“The father and son had a habit of regularly consuming alcohol together at home. On Saturday too, they consumed liquor,” the investigating officer spoke to Times of India.Advertisement Following the death of Thampi’s wife Anitha two years ago, both father and son lived together in the house.“Aswin, who possessed Jayamohan Thampi’s debit card, wanted to withdraw money from the ATM to buy more liquor, which Thampi refused. This made way for a brawl between them,” the officer revealed the findings from Ashwin’s interrogation.“They brawled on the verandah (Balcony) of the house, where Thampi slipped and fell, banging his face against the floor. He lay there for some time until his son came back and dragged his body back inside the house. Then, he continued to consume liquor until he passed out,” he added.In addition to his short stint with the Kerala cricket team, Thampi also played as a guest cricketer for State Bank of Travancore (SBT), where he also landed a job as a deputy general manager.If you like reading about MMA, make sure you check out MMAIndia.com Also follow India’s biggest arm wrestling tournament at ProPanja.comAlso read-Should a footballer be sacked if his wife is racist?Basketballer Amritpal and boxer Neeraj Phogat latest Indian athletes to be caught doping Advertisementlast_img read more

Warriors Wednesday: Everything appears back on track

first_imgThe Warriors were never in a state of panic, but things weren’t going all that well either when they lost four straight games for the first time in the Steve Kerr era.Well, three wins and three out-of-this-world Kevin Durant performances later, the Warriors seemed to have figured out exactly how to play — and win — without Stephen Curry.Luckily for them, the Baby Faced Assassin is due to return on the Warriors’ upcoming five-game road trip. In this Warriors’ Weekly Wrap, Dieter …last_img read more

Three stats to know as the Athletics enter regular season home stretch

first_imgARLINGTON — The A’s have just 13 games left in the regular season, a potential wild card berth hangs between each one. But the ups, downs and uncertainty don’t faze this team much; many key players are just pacing even-keeled at extraordinary rates.Here are three key statistics to keep an eye on as the regular season winds down.Marcus Semien’s 113 runs. Even though it determines who wins and loses a game, runs is a somewhat antiquated stat. Generally, it does little to contextualize an …last_img read more

Dybala: No-one can match Messi & Ronaldo

first_imgJuventus striker Paulo Dybala insists he cannot match the achievements of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, and is instead out to be “first among the humans”.The Argentina international has scored 72 goals in just 147 appearances for the Bianconeri, and at the age of 24 Dybala is among the next generation of players looking to break the duopoly of Juventus team-mate Ronaldo and Barcelona’s Messi.Alessandro Del Piero has tipped Dybala and PSG star Kylian Mbappe to be take over from the two superstars, but the forward is insistent that no mere mortal can ascend to the throne while the eternal rivals are still playing. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Man Utd ready to spend big on Sancho and Haaland in January Who is Marcus Thuram? Lilian’s son who is top of the Bundesliga with Borussia Monchengladbach Brazil, beware! Messi and Argentina out for revenge after Copa controversy Best player in MLS? Zlatan wasn’t even the best player in LA! “For that to be the case, Messi and Ronaldo would need to be at the twilight of their careers, but they are still doing extraordinary things,” Dybala said, per La Gazzetta dello Sport.“Messi and Cristiano are beyond the norm. My objective is to be first among the humans.”Speaking about other players who could potentially become the best in the world, Dybala has also hailed Real Madeis playmaker Isco, and insists he has always dreamed of being recognised as the finest player on the planet.”Of the other humans, I like Isco, because he never loses the ball, but Neymar and Mbappé are also excellent players,” he added.“When I was a child, sitting in front of the campfire, I wished that I could win the Ballon d’Or. If you want to improve, you have to set high targets.”last_img read more