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| Cache ||Singaporean universities should not be “misused” for partisan politics, education minister Ong Ye Kung on Monday said as the government addressed the controversy over a course on dissent and disobedience at the city state’s Yale-NUS College that was axed at the eleventh hour.Speaking in parliament, Ong took aim at several vocal critics of his ruling People’s Action Party (PAP) who were meant to have featured as speakers in the course, including the module’s convening instructor, well-known…|
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Alex Wong/GettyIf President Donald Trump is thinking a deal with his friend Kim Jong Un might distract from his troubles at home, he'd better think again. The abrupt end of “working-level” negotiations between U.S. and North Korean officials in Stockholm over the weekend proves yet again that talking isn’t working. “Kim thought he could sucker us because of the president's statements and because our alliances are in trouble and because he believed Trump wanted a foreign policy success,” said David Maxwell, retired special forces colonel and senior fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies. “We have to keep pushing Kim to really conduct negotiations, but the minute we give in to giving him concessions, he has won and we have lost.”While Trump Shrugs, North Korea’s Building Better MissilesIf the firing of the hawkish John Bolton as Trump’s national security adviser “helped Kim think he could get what he wants,” said Maxwell, the North Koreans at Stockholm yet again confirmed that Kim is not about to give up his precious nukes. The nuclear program was initiated by his grandfather, Kim Il Sung, perpetuated by his father, Kim Jong Il, and is now the centerpiece of Kim’s defense policy.North Korea’s foreign ministry left no doubt about the failure of the talks. “We have no intention to hold such sickening negotiations as what happened this time,” said the statement, throwing cold water over the session in Stockholm, which had lasted eight hours and thirty minutes. The U.S. negotiator, Stephen Biegun, had tried in vain to present ideas that the Americans should have known would be unacceptable. A North Korean official identified only as a spokesperson, possibly First Vice Foreign Minister Choe Son Hui, who is a key figure in talks with the U.S., sarcastically mimicked Washington’s demand for “complete, verifiable, irreversible denuclearization.” The U.S., said the spokesperson, must take “a substantial step to make complete and irreversible withdrawal of the hostile policy toward the DPRK," i.e., the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.The statement wound up with a threat intended to catch the attention of Trump as he contemplates maybe a third summit with Kim–his fourth if you count their impromptu meeting on the North-South line at Panmunjom at the end of June.Better watch out, was the message. If the U.S. “again fingers [points] at the old scenario,” said the spokesperson, “the dealings between the DPRK and the U.S. may immediately come to an end.” Indeed, the statement concluded, “the fate of the future DPRK-U.S. dialogue depends on the U.S. attitude, and the end of this year is its deadline.”The Americans for their part seemed to think another round of talks would be just the thing to head off that looming deadline lest Kim inspire a crisis similar to that of two years ago when tests of nuclear warheads and long-range missiles were the norm. State Department spokesperson Morgan Ortagus said the U.S. was accepting Sweden’s invitation to meet again in two weeks, but North Korea was having none of it.“The U.S. is spreading a completely ungrounded story that both sides are open to meet after two weeks,” said the North Korean spokesperson, but “it is not likely at all that it can produce a proposal commensurate to the expectations of the DPRK and to the concerns of the world in just fortnight [sic].”The statement decried the U.S. failure to come up with what the North Koreans call “a new calculation method,” dismissing out of hand the litany of proposals that Biegun had put on the table.The exact nature of that “calculation method” was not clear, but presumably it calls for prolonging the moratorium on testing nuclear warheads and intercontinental ballistic missiles in exchange for relief from sanctions. The North might even suspend its aging nuclear complex at Yongbyon while fabricating warheads elsewhere in a step-by-step process immune from serious inspections and would surely press for an “end-of-war” declaration under which the U.S. would have to withdraw most of its 28,500 troops from South Korea.“The fundamental problem with Trump’s North Korea efforts—they can’t be called an actual policy—is that North Korea has not even considered giving up its nuclear weapons,” said David Straub, retired senior U.S. diplomat in Seoul and Washington. “As long as that’s the case, no amount of Trump sucking up to Kim will make a real difference, and Trump backed off maximum pressure long ago.”To veteran U.S. diplomats, Trump’s grasp on reality is far from clear. “As with many of his other policies, Trump is engaged in fantasy,” said Straub, “but because he engages in fantasy, who can predict how he will now respond?” Straub asks if Trump “is mad at Pompeo and his negotiating team and will order even more gifts and concessions?”Evans Revere, who once headed the North Korean desk at the State Department and was number two U.S. diplomat in Seoul, sees the outcome at Stockholm as “a very predictable collapse.” The North Korean strategy, said Revere, “appears to have been to take advantage of the U.S. fixation on working-level talks, use the testing of increasingly capable ballistic missiles to pressure Washington, and to issue threats about an end-of-year deadline to ensure the United States team came to the table with a more generous, flexible, and creative offer than the one Trump made in Hanoi.”Trump, Revere believes, “backed off maximum pressure long ago.”Under the circumstances, the U.S. was in no mood to articulate publicly its proposals at Stockholm. “The U.S. brought creative ideas and had good discussions with its DPRK counterparts,” said Ortagus at the State Department, citing but not explaining “a number of new initiatives that would allow us to make progress.”Clearly the North Koreans saw all that stuff as diplo-speak for an elaborate ruse to get them to give up their nukes while the North has flaunted its military prowess in short-range missile tests.Trump has said such tests are not in violation of any understanding reached with Kim at their first summit in Singapore last year, but North Korea most recently has aroused concerns by test-firing a short-range missile from an under-water platform. North Korea’s party newspaper, Rodong Sinmun, called the prototype for a submarine-launched ballistic missile a “time bomb” and “most fearful dagger” pointed at its enemies. In theory, a submarine might be able to launch such a missile, tipped with a nuclear warhead, while submerged undetected off the U.S. west coast.In fact, the North Koreans in Stockholm seemed to have gained a measure of revenge for the humiliation of the second Trump-Kim summit in Hanoi at the end of February when Trump walked out without reaching so much as a meaningless statement with Kim similar to the one that ended the Singapore summit.Donald Trump Enters the Eccentric Dictator Phase of His PresidencyThat denouement, which the North Koreans blamed on Bolton and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, resulted in the dismissal of the top North Korean advisers surrounding Kim, notably Kim Yong Chol, the North’s former intelligence chief, whom Pompeo had seen in Pyongyang, New York, and Washington. Trump, after his 45-minute closed-door meeting with Kim on the North-South line at Panmunjom on June 30, said Kim had agreed on working-level talks to bring about a real deal on the basis of their summit in Singapore. “The Kim regime may misperceive from Singapore that it can throw negotiators under the bus, rush into another summit, and extract greater concessions from Trump,” said Leif-Eric Easley, professor of international relations at Ewha University in Seoul, “but a lesson from Hanoi is that if the North Koreans want sanctions relief, they’re going to have to do the work at the working level.” This time, however, the new North Korean negotiator, Kim Myong Gil, a veteran diplomat who had negotiated with Americans in talks in the '90s and then as ambassador to the United Nations, was taking no chances. The meeting, he said, had “not fulfilled our expectations and broke down.” Presumably, on orders from Pyongyang, he was not going to concede anything in return for whatever concessions the Americans might offer. Instead, he staged a walkout of his own.Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.
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I dati parlano chiaro: è in crescita il fenomeno del noleggio dei
vestiti e del cosiddetto "second hand", ossia l'acquisto di abiti di
seconda mano e, in qualche caso, anche l'affitto degli stessi. A
intercettare questa tendenza, anni fa, sono stati in molti e alcuni di
questi, oggi, sono i big dell'ecommerce di questa nicchia del settore
dell'abbigliamento e accessori. Tra questi, in Italia, figura anche
DressYouCan, azienda fondata da Caterina Maestro. La società, che nel 2018
aprì una sezione dedicata alla sposa, facendo debuttare l'abito bianco nel
mercato della sharing economy, ieri ha lanciato “Yes i do”, progetto che
non solo porta in Italia il trend del noleggio di abiti da sposa di lusso
ma permetterà di trovare in un unico luogo tutti i professionisti necessari
per la cerimonia nuziale.
Il costo dell'affitto dell'abito da sposa va dai 294 ai 394 euro.
DressYouCan si occupa della spedizione, del ritiro e della tintoria.
Nel 2023 il fashion renting varrà la cifra di 1,9 miliardi di
Tra le clienti, assicurano dall'atelier milanese della società, in corso di
Porta Ticinese, donne che desiderano dire sì con un abito di lusso ma
preferiscono investire i soldi dell'acquisto del vestito in altro, signore
al secondo matrimonio e, in qualche caso, ritardatarie e indecise che, a
due settimane dalle nozze, non hanno ancora scelto l'outfit.
Il costo dell'affitto dell'abito da sposa va dai 294 ai 394 euro
Negli ultimi tempi, inoltre, in molte si stanno accostando al noleggio per
favorire la sostenibilità, l'economia circolare e le "buone pratiche di
Numeri alla mano, come anticipato, il mercato del second hand è sempre
più forte come emerso lo scorso aprile, nel corso dell'Altagamma consumer
and retail insight. Nello specifico il True-luxury global consumer Insight,
realizzato da Boston Consulting Group, ha evidenziato che il Il mercato di
seconda mano vale ormai 22 miliardi, ed è trainato dalle piattaforme
digitali. Il fenomeno è in decisa crescita (+ 12 per cento annuo) tra i
consumatori top, con il 60 per cento di loro interessato all’acquisto di
prodotti usati, per via del rapporto qualità prezzo e per la ricerca di
articoli sold-out, di limited edition e di oggetti vintage.
Accanto a questa tendenza si va rafforzando anche il fenomeno del fashion
renting. A guidare la crescita del fashion renting è soprattutto il
noleggio online che secondo Allied Market Research (società di ricerca con
sedi a Londra, a Singapore, Hong Kong, Brasile, India) nel 2023 varrà la
cifra record di 1,9 miliardi di dollari. Un trend confermato da uno studio
di Espresso Communication per DressYouCan, su oltre 30 testate
internazionali dedicate a tendenze e attualità con il coinvolgimento di un
panel di esperti tra docenti universitari e influencer per indagare sulle
nuove abitudini fashion degli italiani.
"Con il fashion renting chiunque può realizzare il desiderio d’indossare
capi d’alta moda per un’occasione speciale", ha sottolineato Caterina
Maestro, " o semplicemente risolvere il quotidiano problema dell’outfit da
ufficio, affidandosi completamente alle competenze di esperte fashion
Da ieri, inoltre, con “Yes I do”, le clienti possono trovare in un unico
spazio tutti i professionisti di cui hanno bisogno le future spose per
organizzare un matrimonio unico in ogni dettaglio. “A scegliere il fashion
renting per il giorno del sì sono soprattutto donne che prestano
particolare attenzione alle scelte consapevoli, che decidono di non
acquistare un vestito che verrà indossato una sola volta nella vita. Grazie
al nostro servizio, inoltre, le spose possono ricevere l’abito sul luogo
della cerimonia, in tutta comodità, con un processo semplice e veloce. Con
“Yes i do” vogliamo rendere ancor più facile la vita alle donne che stanno
per fare il grande passo e offrire loro un’esperienza a 360 gradi”.
Nel dettaglio le future spose troveranno un wedding team che le aiuterà a
trovare il vestito bianco perfetto, il wedding photographer, il flower
designer, gli esperti di bomboniere, le insegnanti di wedding yoga, la
make up artist. Possono essere inseriti all'interno dell'appuntamento
servizi personalizzati come, per esempio, la consulenza d'immagine.
Foto: DressYouCan, dall'ufficio stampa
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Prosegue la politica del gruppo Kering per accelerare inclusione e
supportare la diversità in azienda. E' operativa da oggi Kalpana Bagamane
Denzel, chief diversity, inclusion and talent officer.
La nomina segna una nuova tappa della decisa azione di Kering a
sostegno della diversità
La nomina segna una nuova tappa della decisa azione del Gruppo a
sostegno della diversità. Il gruppo, spiega il management in una nota,
beneficerà dei 25 anni di esperienza di Kalpana su questo fronte. Kalpana
Bagamane Denzel lavorerà presso la sede centrale di Kering e riporterà a
Béatrice Lazat, chief people officer.
Lavorando con tutte le maison e le funzioni globali del gruppo, la manager
allineerà le attività di Kering per quanto concerne la diversità e
La nuova funzione si occuperà anche di sviluppare una strategia dei
talenti in cui la diversità e l'inclusione siano al centro. "Questa nomina
evidenzia l'ampio desiderio di Kering di accelerare ed espandere la sua
azione a sostegno della diversità e dell'inclusione", si legge nella nota.
La diversità, in termini di
di genere, cultura, origine, origine, orientamento sessuale, identità o
disabilità delle persone, per il gruppo francese è un arricchimento..Kering
è al decimo posto della classifica
di 7.000 aziende del Refinitiv Diversity & Inclusion Index (2019).
"Diversità e pari opportunità tra tutti i nostri collaboratori e
i dipendenti sono stati a lungo al centro della cultura di Kering. Il
nostro impegno è volto ad agire concretamente
per offrire a tutti i nostri dipendenti un ambiente di lavoro inclusivo,
aperto e stimolante", ha detto Béatrice Lazat, chief people officer di
"Non vedo l'ora di lavorare", ha affermato Kalpana Bagamane Denzel,
"insieme a tutto il nostro team per continuare il viaggio verso un ambiente
di lavoro ancora più diversificato e inclusivo".
La manager, nata e cresciuta negli Stati Uniti, è cittadina americana e ha
lavorato in Uk, Germania, Svizzera, Hong Kong e, più recentemente, a
Kalpana ha iniziato la sua carriera come consulente di gestione per
Andersen Consulting, prima di lavorare presso Procter & Gamble. Più
recentemente ha ricoperto il ruolo di direttore generale della Russell
Ai primi di settembre Kering ha lanciato il Baby Leave, 14 settimane
pagate a tutti i dipendenti per l'arrivo di un figlio. La società ha così
incentivato la sua politica di welfare aziendale. A partire dal primo
gennaio 2020, l'azienda prevede 14 settimane di congedo totalmente
retribuite a padri o partner nel caso di arrivo di un figlio, anche
La politica sarà applicabile nei sei mesi successivi alla nascita o
all'adozione, indipendentemente dal fatto dalla situazione personale del
dipendente o dalla sua posizione geografica. Dal gennaio 2017, tutti i
dipendenti di Kering e delle sue maison, la società prevede 14 settimane di
congedo di maternità o di adozione con stipendio pieno, e cinque giorni di
congedo con stipendio pieno per il congedo di paternità o del partner.
Oggi, l'azienda sta rafforzando ulteriormente la sua politica
genitoriale estendendo il congedo di paternità o "partenaire" a 14
settimane pagate al 100 per cento. Dal primo gennaio, quindi, con il " Baby
Leave", tutti i genitori, qualunque sia la loro situazione personale,
beneficeranno di 14 settimane di congedo a stipendio pieno per la nascita o
l'adozione di uno o più bambini.
Foto: Kalpana Bagamane Denzel, dall'ufficio stampa Kering
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Library Books for Swami's Campuses
in Karnataka, India
Providing Education for Life
| |It has come to light that there is a great need for books to fill all the libraries in all the new Educational Campuses that have been built in the State of Karnataka over the pastfew years by the Sri Sathya Sai Loka Seva Trust. As part of the Each One Educate One, School Library System, a 'Library Books Seva' is being set up. Please view helpful suggestions here: Guidelines for Book Donations
If you wish to donate books and/or have space in your luggage to take books to India during the Birthday events: Please sign up here.
Even bringing one book would be wonderful.
Library at Sri Sathya Sai Niketanam in Gulbarga, Karnataka
Divine Visit to Singapore and Malaysia
August 24 - 31, 2019
Swami embarked upon His annual visit to Singapore and Malaysia and arrived at Sai Anandam in Singapore on August 24th. The Brass Band of the Muddenahalli Campus comprising of forty students and their teacher, Dimitris Lambrianos preceded Him by a day. On the 25th, the students toured the City in the morning while Swami attended to business. A Public Satsang was held in the evening.
Sai's Angels Touring the City of Singapore
Departing the Public Satsang after filling the hearts of His devotees!
The Brass Band, Sai's Angels performed their Gratitude Program at the Singapore Chinese Orchestra Hall in front of 500 attendees on August 26th. There were many dignitaries from Singapore, Turkey and the European Union who attended the performance. The young boys from ages 12 to 17, made Swami proud as they played perfectly, several pieces of music from around the world!
Gratitude Programme at the Singapore Chinese Orchestra Hall
On the morning of August 27th, Swami visited SWAMI (Sunshine Welfare Action Mission) Home in Singapore. He opened the Training and Resource Center and advised the team to train healthcare staff from around the region and provide them with certification in elder care. At the end of the tour, everyone gathered at the auditorium and welcomed Swami with bhajans. The staff of SWAMI Home presented their gratitude through colorful dances and songs. During His Divine Discourse, Swami said that it was important to pray for the happiness of the entire world and not just one's kith and kin. He was very happy with SWAMI Home for providing a good example and announced a similar home to be established in Japan. "Taking the ideals from SWAMI Home in Singapore, we will have to replicate it in every country. We are all born crying, without a choice, at least we should leave the world smiling and help others smile."
Living in the Home with much Joy and Happiness
Expressing Love and Gratitude to their Divine Benefactor!
Swami visited devotees in their homes on the 27th evening and the 28th morning before departing Singapore for Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He arrived late afternoon at Sai Amrutham and attended a Satsang in the evening where He spoke on the value of true devotion. He then gifted T-shirts to the men and Saris to the women before retiring for the night. On the 29th morning, the students left early on a tour of the City. Swami attended a Bhoomi Pooja for a new residence for Brother Ayavoo and Dr. Vimala, sponsors of several projects in Malaysia. This was followed by a visit to Sri Sathya Sai Sevashram where he was greeted ceremoniously. After Bhajans He gave a discourse and blessed all the devotees.
Gifts and Blessings for All!
A Public Satsang was held on the 29th evening at Sai Anandam. Swami toured Ananda Cares for single mothers and the Dialysis Center and the Dental Clinic before attending the evening program. Bal Vikas students began the evening with Vedic Chants followed by a music program by the youth. B.N. Narasimha Murthy addressed the devotees followed by Swami's Divine Discourse. Swami blessed all the children after they presented a musical drama called 'Dasha Avatar".
With Bal Vikas Students
And All the Children who Participated in 'Dasha Avatar'
On the morning of August 31st which happened to be Malaysia's Independence Day, the Asia Pacific Youth Meet was held in Kuching and was attended by youth from several Asia Pacific Countries along with youth from Australia, New Zealand and Fiji. A valedictory meeting was held in the evening at Vishwa Niketanam Ashram. Swami arrived with His guests, including a State Official and was regaled by Sai's Angels and their Brass Band. They infused the proceedings with high energy as they performed! It was well appreciated by everyone there, including the Minister who praised, congratulated and invited them back! Swami then delivered His benediction and asked everyone to inspire all by leading a life of unity, purity and divinity and thereby creating an ideal society. The program concluded with the singing of the Malaysian National Anthem!
A Standing Ovation for Sai's Angels
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