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          Sri Lanka suffers credit rating cuts after nearly six weeks of political turmoil      Cache   Translate Page      
Two international credit rating agencies downgraded Sri Lanka by one notch on Tuesday after almost six weeks of political crisis. Fitch said it believed Sri Lanka’s political upheaval, which began with the sacking of its prime minister in October and has disrupted the functioning of parliament, exacerbates the Indian Ocean nation’s external financing risks. Along with Standard & Poor’s, it warned that Sri Lanka was heading for tougher times with politics complicating the...
          Impact of Digital Marketing in Tourism Industry of Sri Lanka      Cache   Translate Page      

The study explores to understand the impact of digital marketing in tourism industry in Sri Lanka.  Tourism industry plays a major role in the economic growth of the country.  It provides the economic, social and environmental benefits for the country. For this study, Sample has selected from Arugambay’s hotels employees and tourists who visited in that places. Descriptive and correlation analysis have done to attain the results. There is a significant impact on the digital marketing in the tourism industry. In Sri Lanka there are number of techniques used to improve the tourism industry however applications of digital marketing have substantial impact on tourism industries’ performance.

Keywords – Digital Marketing, Tourism, Economic, Social, Descriptive, Correlation


          Caribbean Travel News from the Sands Resort      Cache   Translate Page      

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The Sands at Grace Bay would like to introduce Caribbean Travel News, a curated selection of articles about family travel and fun in the sun.

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How to Get the Best Price on a Holiday Plane Ticket


While travel advice abounds for the best times to buy the most affordable holiday plane tickets, it's hard to escape reality: Flying during some of the year's busiest travel periods generally isn't going to be cheap.

CNN checked with airfare experts on time-honored ways to dull the price pain.

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Bonus link: Southwest Airlines is selling one-way tickets for as low as $49 and round-trip tickets for as low as $97

Cheap Solo Travel: Why Women Don't Need To Break The Bank To See The World


A boundless passion for discovery has taken one woman to more than 100 countries and six continents — and she says that the more she has traveled, the more ways she has found to save money. This travel expert says, ""No matter your age, income level or marital/reproductive status, a solo trip is something every woman should do."

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18 Winter Travel Tips for Flights and Road Trips


Whether you're driving or flying, successful winter travel is all about planning in advance and taking the weather into consideration.

We all want to get to our destination with minimum trouble and maximum enjoyment. Most importantly, we always arrive safe and sound, no matter what sort of snow, ice, sleet, or freezing rain you may encounter.

With that in mind, here are some winter travel tips and tactics to help you avoid spending the season stuck in airports or on roadsides..

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[caption id="attachment_3055" align="aligncenter" width="1000"]Gangaramaya Temple, Colombo, Sri Lanka. Photo by Nevin Thompson Gangaramaya Temple, Colombo, Sri Lanka. Photo by Nevin Thompson[/caption]

The Ten Most Controversial Travel Destinations In The World


Many of us enjoy traveling abroad to experience and explore different cultures. But how many of us really consider where the money we spend abroad ends up, or if we're lining pockets of regimes that show scant regard for human rights?

Here are ten locations that raise serious questions on the ethics of travel.

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What Do You Think?

Do you have a travel tip you'd like to share, or would like to tell us about a memorable trip you've taken? Let us know in the comments!

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          Don’t act like Hitler, Ranil Wickremesinghe tells Sri Lankan President Sirisena       Cache   Translate Page      
All we are saying is follow the Constitution, says the ousted Prime Minister
          Luxustrip nach Sri Lanka      Cache   Translate Page      
Gewinnen Sie einen Luxus-Kombi-Urlaub im Wert von ca. 4.050 Euro für zwei Personen im Shangri-La‘s Hambantota Golf Resort & Spa und Shangri-La Hotel Colombo inkl. Flug mit Qatar Airways oder eines von 15 Jahresabos der GLAMOUR!
          CK Hutchison finalises Sri Lanka deal      Cache   Translate Page      

CK Hutchison completed an acquisition of Etisalat’s operation in Sri Lanka, a move which will ...

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          Central Bank of Sri Lanka hosts 54th SEACEN Governors’ Conference      Cache   Translate Page      
governors-conferenceThe Central Bank of Sri Lanka hosted the 54th SEACEN Governors’ Conference / High-Level Seminar and the 38th Meeting of the SEACEN Board of Governors in Colombo from 29 November to 02 December 2018. These events were attended by Governors and delegates of SEACEN member Central Banks and Monetary Authorities. The Deputy Managing Director of […]
          Sri Lanka’s Central Bank disputes rating agencies’ latest rating decisions      Cache   Translate Page      
central bank of sri lankaDec 04, 2018 (LBO) – Sri Lanka’s Central Bank says it is of the view that the decisions by Fitch Ratings and Standard and Poor’s (S&P Global Ratings) to downgrade Sri Lanka’s Long-Term Rating to ‘B’ are based on uncorroborated facts on the country’s macroeconomic fundamentals. Full Statement The Central Bank of Sri Lanka (CBSL) […]
          Cruise ships calling Port of Colombo up 29-pct in 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
cruiseDec 04, 2018 (LBO) – A remarkable growth of cruise ships calling at the Port of Colombo has been reported in this year, Sri Lanka Ports Authority said. According to the authority, 45 cruise ships have been called at Port of Colombo for the first 10 months of this year which is a 28.8 percent growth against […]
          Fitch downgrades Sri Lanka to ‘B’ amidst political crisis; outlook stable      Cache   Translate Page      
colombo sri lanka infrastructure urban cityDec 04, 2018 (LBO) – Fitch Ratings has downgraded Sri Lanka’s Long-Term Foreign-Currency Issuer Default Rating (IDR) to ‘B’ from ‘B+’, with a stable outlook. Fitch Ratings said the downgrade reflects heightened external refinancing risks, an uncertain policy outlook, and the risk of a slowdown in fiscal consolidation as a result of an ongoing political crisis. KEY […]
          Appeal Court issues interim order preventing PM & Cabinet from functioning      Cache   Translate Page      
CourtDec 03, 2018 (LBO) – Sri Lanka’s Court of Appeal on Monday issued an interim order restraining Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa and the Cabinet from functioning until the petition against them is heard. Notices have also been issued to respondents to appear before the court on 12 December 2018. Judges who considered the arguments presented by […]
          SriLankan gets approval to conduct base maintenance operations on A330 aircraft      Cache   Translate Page      
srilankanDec 03, 2018 (LBO) – European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has approved SriLankan Engineering to carry out base maintenance operations on Airbus A330 aircraft as per their regulations. SriLankan Engineering is the aircraft Maintenance-Repair-Overhaul (MRO) arm of SriLankan Airlines, the national carrier of Sri Lanka. SriLankan Airlines said this certification completes the requirements for SriLankan […]
          High Commissioner of Sri Lanka in UK calls on Commonwealth Sec-Gen      Cache   Translate Page      
CW-SecGen1The newly appointed High Commissioner of Sri Lanka in the United Kingdom Manisha Gunasekera called on the Commonwealth Secretary-General Patricia Scotland on Thursday 29 November 2018 at the Commonwealth Secretariat in Marlborough House. The meeting entailed discussion on issues of mutual interest related to Sri Lanka’s longstanding cooperation within the Commonwealth. High Commission of Sri […]
          Sri Lankan IT-BPM delegation visits Sydney for market expansion      Cache   Translate Page      
IT-BPO-DelegationIn collaboration with the Consulate General of Sri Lanka in Sydney, seven IT-BPM companies led by Information and Communication Technology Agency (ICTA) visited Sydney from 28 – 30 November 2018 on an accelerated market access programme to facilitate and support the IT industry in Sri Lanka. Under the Economic Diplomacy Program initiated by the Ministry […]
          After War’s End, a Long Struggle to Patch Invisible Wounds      Cache   Translate Page      
A government psychiatrist in Sri Lanka goes door to door in an area scarred by civil war, doing whatever he can to meet a staggering need for help.
          Rapallo, favoreggiamento dell’immigrazione e sequestro di persona: arrestato      Cache   Translate Page      

Rapallo (Genova) – Un uomo di 46 anni è stato arrestato dai Carabinieri della Stazione di Rapallo perché responsabile dei reati di favoreggiamento dell’immigrazione clandestina e sequestro di persona. I militari hanno dato seguito ad un ordine di carcerazione emesso dalla Procura della Repubblica di Genova arrestando l’uomo, originario dello Sri Lanka e senza fissa […]

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          Sri Lanka Court Restrains Rajapaksa Acting as Prime Minister      Cache   Translate Page      

Sri Lanka Court Restrains Rajapaksa Acting as Prime MinisterThe court issued its order on Monday after 122 members of Sri Lanka’s parliament, who are allied with ousted prime minister Ranil Wickremesinghe, filed a legal action on Nov. 23 challenging Rajapaksa’s authority as prime minister. In a statement emailed on Monday evening, Rajapaksa said he did not accept the appeal court’s ruling and would take the matter to the Supreme Court. Wickremesinghe appeared on local television Tuesday to say he was willing to face an election, but that it must be conducted with the legitimate government in place, acting within the constitution and with the consensus of all parties in parliament.



          After War’s End, a Long Struggle to Patch Invisible Wounds      Cache   Translate Page      
KILINOCHCHI, Sri Lanka — One by one the villagers arrive, each carrying a little blue book that chronicles a history of loss and heartache. On the back of each book is the patient’s name. Inside, on the first page, a family tree. An “X” is scrawled next to each loved one who has died. A […]
          Comment on Sri Lankan VOTERS MUST identify irreversible damages & treacheries when voting by Christie      Cache   Translate Page      
"Sri Lankan VOTERS MUST...….". Sinhala voters must understand their plight in the hands of Indian Colonial Parasites and India and the Indian Empire.
          Comment on HE Mahinda Rajapaksa – An Opinion of a Non-Sri Lankan Citizen by Vaisrawana      Cache   Translate Page      
Dear friend @Nihal Perera, You end your comment with words including the following: “I have lot of respect for honest and decent people like Hudson – much more than those uppish and pompous fools who think they are better than the rest, which is indeed nothing more than a sign of an inferiority complex.” You approve of the one and disapprove of the other. In my opinion, like almost all who have written comments here, you are mistaken about the first, though I know you are writing in good faith. But you are right about the second. Actually, do you have any choice between them? I don’t want to elaborate upon something that should be so obvious to the average discerning reader. There is a mental illness called megalomania where the affected suffer from manic or paranoid disorder.
          Comment on HE Mahinda Rajapaksa – An Opinion of a Non-Sri Lankan Citizen by Vaisrawana      Cache   Translate Page      
Dear friend @Nihal Perera, You end your comment with words including the following: <<I>> You approve of the one and disapprove of the other. In my opinion, like almost all who have written comments here, you are mistaken about the first, though I know you are writing in good faith. But you are right about the second. Actually, do you have any choice between them? I don’t want to elaborate upon something that should be so obvious to the average discerning reader. There is a mental illness called megalomania where the affected suffer from manic or paranoid disorder.
          Comment on A Textbook Case for the Supreme Court by Dilrook      Cache   Translate Page      
It is not the court that is acting senselessly. It is President Sirisena. He contradicts himself and holds governance to ransom. What if a parliamentary election is held and Mahinda wins? Will Sirisena allow Mahinda to become PM? No. His choice is Sajith. He will make Sajith the PM and get Mahinda camp MPs to that side with ministries. Funny thing is when Sirisena won the election, some said he won with LTTE Rump's money! Now he has suddenly become the protector of Sri Lanka for them. Which is correct? For this reason, Sirisena must seek a fresh mandate. If he is re-elected, he can shut up the parliament and carry on. Ranil will be a nobody anyway. If he loses, the crisis settles. Ranil cannot win a presidential election and doesn't wish to contest one. Sajith will contest a presidential election.
          Comment on Parliamentary Democracy in Sri Lanka-can it works? by Hiranthe      Cache   Translate Page      
Why can't we go back to Colvin's Janaraja constitution in 1972. Were there bad provisions for Mother Land in that version?
          Comment on A Textbook Case for the Supreme Court by Cerberus      Cache   Translate Page      
As Senaka Weeraratna has stated in his article of Nov 28'18 ( Colonial crimes in British occupied Ceylon during the freedom struggles (1796 – 1948) ) In the 1520s Machiavelli wrote: <b>“When it is absolutely a question of the safety of one’s country, there must be no consideration of just or unjust, of merciful or cruel, of praiseworthy or disgraceful; instead, setting aside every scruple, one must follow to the utmost any plan that will save her life and keep her liberty.”<b> Instead of trying to interpret and abide by a very defective 19A which has been added to the constitution we must all take to heart the advice given by Machiavelli. We are allowing a badly written piece of the constitution to put the country in danger of great instability. Traitorous groups such as the TNA and the JVP are becoming a party to the UNP trickery to somehow put Ranil back as PM so that he can pass whatever he wants and then get out. If he is allowed to come into power then the UNP, TNA, JVP block will pass all the bills they have been trying to pass and sell off all the State assets they wanted to sell. Ranil is a desperate maniac and should be put behind bars as Mr. Wijewickrema suggests before it is too late. If the Sri Lankan judiciary allows this great tragedy to unfold then the country will plunge into instability and knowing Ranil he will declare martial law as he did in 1988-90 period to kill 60,000 JVP Sinhala youths. The irony is that today it is the JVP which is helping the very person who killed off their leaders to succeed. TNA is a group who were during the time of the LTTE terrorists very much aligned with Prabhakaran. There are many photos of TNA leaders with Prabhakaran. Today they are the democratized version of the LTTE pursuing the same goals that the LTTE did in trying to win a separate state for the Tamil people. The LTTE a terrorist group, were able to succeed as much as they did thanks to the help they received from International groups. Norwegians came as mediators on an invitation by CBK and were completely biased towards the LTTE. Ranil was one of their key allies who almost signed over 2/3 of Sri Lanka to the LTTE as a separate state. He was stopped only by CBK who sacked him from the PM post in 2004. Now history is repeating itself and he does not seem to learn from history. I just saw that the PM and cabinet have been put on hold by the courts. I wonder what will happen now with no government in place. As I said the courts must take into account Machiavelli's advice and do what is right to protect the country instead of trying to split hairs on legal minutiae.
          ‘An education arms race’: inside the ultra-competitive world of private tutoring      Cache   Translate Page      

A growing number of parents and guardians are paying for children as young as four to receive additional tuition. What is fuelling this booming industry?

As dusk falls in the Girlington district of Bradford, a trickle of cars begin to arrive in front of a small parade of shops. Parents who have just collected their children at the end of the school day are dropping them off at the Explore Learning tuition centre for extra maths and English coaching. The children sit at a cluster of computer terminals, where they log in to begin their evening studies. The atmosphere is relaxed and lighthearted. The children stay for an hour to work through their lessons, helped where necessary by a member of staff, with 15 minutes’ playtime at the end.

Located next to a Domino’s and a Subway, the Bradford branch of Explore Learning is a tiny window into Britain’s booming private tuition sector, now worth an estimated £2bn. At one time, private tuition meant a weekly one-to-one session at home with a tutor, the preserve of the privileged few. It is still not cheap – Explore Learning’s standard membership costs £119 a month, plus a £50 registration fee – but it is now on offer on our high streets, in supermarkets and increasingly online, with tutors offering their services from as far afield as India and Sri Lanka. Tutees include children who are little older than toddlers, pupils at prestigious private schools and undergraduates struggling at university. All are caught up in an educational arms race, which experts say is exacerbating social inequality.

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          Tea from Ceylon      Cache   Translate Page      
After travelling for ten days already this is our last night in Sri Lanka we have been so busy exploring this island nation that I have not had time nor the will to write. This little country with its beautiful name Sri Lanka has both terribly congest
          Sri Lanka Has Neither a Prime Minister Nor a Cabinet of Ministers For the First Time in Island Nation’s 70 Year Post -Independence Parliamentary History.      Cache   Translate Page      
For the first time in the history of Sri Lanka, the country has no Prime Minister or a Council of Ministers. Given the deep seated conflict between President Maithripala Sirisena and ousted Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe, the stalemate over who should be Prime Minister is not likely to end anytime soon. After the Court of ...

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          Maithripala Sirisena Launches Thinly -Veiled Attack On Judiciary Which Delivered Landmark Rulings That Stayed Moves by President to Appoint Mahinda as PM and Dissolve Parliament.      Cache   Translate Page      
Sri Lanka President Maithripala Sirisena launched a thinly veiled criticism of the country’s judiciary after it delivered landmark judgements frustrating his moves to sack parliament and install what the largest party in parliament calls a “rogue government.” In his first public reference to the conduct of the courts, Sirisena told a convention of his Sri ...

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          Ranil Wickremesinghe Tells Maithripala Sirisena Not to ” Act Like Hitler and Other Dictators” and Take ” Subjective Decisions”Pertaining to the Constitution.      Cache   Translate Page      
By Meera Srinivasan Observing that President Maithripala Sirisena must not take “subjective decisions” pertaining to the Constitution, Sri Lanka’s deposed Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe on Tuesday said: “Don’t be like Hitler and other dictators.” “The Prime Minister is decided by parliamentary majority. The President cannot say this is what I want. All we are saying ...

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          President Sirisena Re-iterates at SLFP Special Convention That He Wont Appoint Wickremesinghe as Prime Minister Even if all 225 MP’s in Parliament Seek Ranil’s Re-instatement.      Cache   Translate Page      
Vowing that the current political crisis would be resolved in one week, President Maithripala Sirisena yesterday defended his decisions since 26 October, insisting he had no alternative but to remove Ranil Wickremesinghe from the post of Prime Minister, charging he had caused much destruction to the country. Speaking at a special Sri Lanka Freedom Party ...

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          Sri Lanka Tak Punya PM Lagi      Cache   Translate Page      
JPNN.com, COLOMBO - Mahkamah Banding Sri Lanka melarang Mahinda Rajapaksa duduk di kursi perdana menteri (PM). Senin (3/11) keputusan itu membuat pemerintahan Presiden Maithripala Sirisena kembali timpang. Lagi-lagi, dia harus memimpin tanpa PM.
          Comment on Sri Lankan VOTERS MUST identify irreversible damages & treacheries when voting by Randeniyage      Cache   Translate Page      
All voters should listen to this. Sirisena's report card. He is still protecting Central Bank Robbers. "https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=to3hdISe8DA"
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          Neighbourhood first?( GS 2,Foreign Policy,UPSC IAS Mains)      Cache   Translate Page      
In a calibrated move, the Modi government is dialling down aggressive postures in bilateral ties
When Prime Minister Narendra Modi touched down in the Maldives in mid-November to attend the swearing-in of Ibrahim Mohamed Solih as the country’s President, it was easy to count the “firsts” in his visit. Among them: this was Mr. Modi’s first visit to the Maldives, the only country in South Asia he had not yet visited in his tenure, and the first by an Indian Prime Minister in seven years. The only time a visit by Mr. Modi had been planned, in 2015, he cancelled his travel plan abruptly, to register a strong protest at the treatment of opposition leaders, who are now in government. The one “first” that was not as prominent, however, was that despite inviting all South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) leaders to his own swearing-in ceremony in May 2014, the Maldives visit marked the first time Mr. Modi attended the swearing-in ceremony of any other leader. The fact that he did, and chose to be one among the audience rather than on stage, may be a more visible sign of a new, softer neighbourhood policy than the one Mr. Modi’s government has pursued in previous years.

All in 2018
The current year, 2018, has marked a year of reaching out in the region by the Modi government in general, with a view to dialling down disagreements that otherwise marked ties with major powers such as Russia and China. But while Mr. Modi’s “Wuhan summit” with Chinese President Xi Jinping and the “Sochi retreat” with Russian President Vladimir Putin merited much attention, it is important to take stock of attempts at rapprochement in the immediate neighbourhood.

With Nepal, the government’s moves were a clear turn-around from the ‘tough love’ policy since the 2015 blockade. Then, the government seemed to want nothing more than to usher Prime Minister K.P. Sharma Oli out of power. In 2018, however, when Mr. Oli was re-elected, despite his anti-India campaign, the Modi government wasted no time in reaching out and, in a highly unconventional move, despatched External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj to Kathmandu even before Mr. Oli had been invited to form the government. Since then, Mr. Oli has been invited to Delhi and Mr. Modi has made two visits to Nepal, with a third one planned in December to be part of the “Vivaha Panchami” festival. The frequency of visits in 2018 is in stark contrast to the three preceding years, when Mr. Modi did not visit Nepal at all.

Similar comparisons abound with India’s reaction to major developments in the neighbourhood. In the Maldives, when emergency was declared by the previous regime of Abdulla Yameen, New Delhi made no attempt to threaten him militarily despite expectations of domestic commentators and Western diplomats. When Mr. Yameen went further, denying visas to thousands of Indian job seekers and naval and military personnel stationed there, New Delhi’s response was to say that every country has a right to decide its visa policy.

With elections in Bhutan (completed) and Bangladesh (to be held in December), as well as the ongoing political crisis in Sri Lanka, India has chosen to make no public political statement that could be construed as interference or preference for one side over the other. Earlier this year, the government even allowed a delegation of the Bangladesh opposition to visit Delhi and speak at Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-affiliated think tanks, although it later deported a British QC lawyer for the Bangladesh Nationalist Party.

Perhaps the biggest policy shift this year was carried out as a concession to the Ashraf Ghani government in Kabul. After a policy of more than two decades of refusing to engage with the Taliban, or even sit at the table with them, in November India sent envoys to the Moscow conference on Afghanistan, where the Taliban’s representatives were present. The U.S. chose to send a diplomat based in Moscow as an “observer”, but the Indian delegation of former Ambassadors to the region represented non-official “participation” at the event. The shift was palpable. Earlier, the government had stayed aloof from the process, explaining that any meeting outside Afghanistan crossed the redline on an “Afghan-owned and Afghan-led solution”. While the change in position was eventually achieved by a high-level outreach by the Russian government, which has projected the conference as a big diplomatic success, India’s participation had been nudged by President Ghani himself. He had made a strong pitch for backing talks with the Taliban during a visit to Delhi in mid-September. Both in his meeting with Mr. Modi and in a public speech, Mr. Ghani had stressed that the Islamic State and “foreign terrorists” were the problem in Afghanistan, as opposed to the Afghan Taliban itself, and talks with them had the support of the Afghan people. Whatever India’s reservations may have been about the Taliban, the Modi government eventually decided to extend its participation to the Moscow event.

The Kartarpur link
Given the context, it may be possible to see the government’s latest shift, in sending two Union Ministers to Pakistan this week to join Prime Minister Imran Khan for the ground-breaking ceremony for the Kartarpur corridor, as part of the larger pattern of softening towards the neighbourhood. No Indian Minister has visited Pakistan since the Uri attack in September 2016, and after the cancellation of Foreign Minister talks at the UN this year, it was assumed that the government would not pursue conciliatory proposals with the new government in Islamabad. It is also significant that the BJP and the Prime Minister have chosen not to make Pakistan an electoral issue in the current round of State elections, as they did during last year’s Assembly polls. While it seems unlikely that the larger shift required for a Prime Ministerial visit to Pakistan for the SAARC summit is possible before elections next year, it is not inconceivable that people-to-people ties, of the kind Mr. Modi spoke of in his speech comparing the transformative potential of the Kartarpur corridor to the falling of the Berlin wall, will be allowed to grow.

All these moves lead to the question, why has the government decided to make the change from playing big brother in the neighbourhood to a more genial and avuncular version of its previous self? One reason is certainly the backlash it received from some of its smallest neighbours like Nepal and the Maldives, that didn’t take kindly to being strong-armed, even if New Delhi projected its advice to be in their best interests. Another could be the conscious rolling back of India’s previous policy of dissuading neighbours from Chinese engagement to now standing back as they learn the risks of debt-traps and over-construction of infrastructure on their own. India’s own rapprochement with China post-Wuhan in the spirit of channelling both “cooperation and competition together” has also led to this outcome.

Temporary or durable
It must be stressed, however, that retreating from an aggressive position must not give the impression that India is retrenching within the region, opening space for the U.S.-China rivalry to play out in its own backyard. The most obvious reason for the government’s neighbourhood policy shift of 2018, that resounds closer to the “neighbourhood first” articulation of 2014, is that general elections are around the corner. This leads to the question, is the new policy simply a temporary move or a more permanent course correction: Neighbourhood 2.0 or merely Neighbourhood 1.2.0?

          Decimal numbers with comma fail validation in German or Turkish      Cache   Translate Page      

Hi,

I have Language option in my project with localization. 

if I use  type="number" in Turkish Or German I get this error that "Please enter a number". Number is 1,5

if I use English, I mean 1.2 in Enlish, there is no problem ?

how to fix it ? why I can not use type="number"

public decimal Price { get; set; }
<div class="form-group">
   <label asp-for="Price"></label>
   <input asp-for="Price" class="form-control" type="number"/>
   <span asp-validation-for="Price" class="text-danger"></span>
</div>

in Turkish and Germany, Decimal Symbol is comma and 

Digit grouping symbol is dot/full stop

The following examples show the decimal separator and the thousands separator in various countries.

Style Countries
1,234,567.89 Canada (English-speaking; unofficial), China, Hong Kong, Ireland, Israel, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, México, New Zealand, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States.
1234567.89 SI style (English version), Australia, Canada (English-speaking), China, Sri Lanka, Switzerland (officially encouraged for currency numbers only[40]).
1234567,89 SI style (French version), Albania, Belgium (French), Bulgaria, Canada (French-speaking), Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Hungary, Italy, Kosovo, Latin Europe, Norway, Peru, Poland, Lithuania, Russia, Slovakia, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland (officially encouraged, except currency numbers[40]), Ukraine.
1,234,567·89 Ireland, Malaysia, Malta, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, United Kingdom (older, typically hand written)[41]
1.234.567,89 Argentina, Austria, Belgium (Dutch: most common), Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Croatia,[42][43] Denmark, Germany, Greece, Indonesia, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Spain,[44]Turkey, Vietnam.
12,34,567.89 Bangladesh, India (see Indian Numbering System).
1'234'567.89 Switzerland (computing), Liechtenstein.
1'234'567,89 Switzerland (handwriting).
1.234.567'89 Spain (handwriting).
123,4567.89 China (based on powers of 10 000—see Chinese numerals).

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          Hazard kwam nooit in de buurt van Gouden Bal: bij amper twee landen op nummer één      Cache   Translate Page      

Luka Modric kroonde zich maandagavond tot laureaat van de Ballon d'Or 2018. Voor vele Belgische zou Eden Hazard die prijs ook verdienen. Daar denkt men in de rest van de wereld echter anders over, zo blijkt.

Twee dagen na de uitreiking komt France Football, het organiserende magazine, met de totale uitslag van de ranking. Daarbij kan je voor elke federatie die aangesloten is bij de FIFA, zien welke top-vijf de uitverkoren journalist van dat land gemaakt heeft. De cijfers zijn duidelijk: van de ruim tweehonderd landen zijn er slechts drie die een Rode Duivel bovenaan plaatsten.


Twee keer viel die eer te beurt aan Eden Hazard. De prestaties van de dribbelkont werden in de Bahamas en Sri Lanka het felst gewaardeerd. Verder moet Hazard het voornamelijk doen met een plaatsje tussen de drie en vijf. Ook Thibaut Courtois viel in de smaak. De nationale doelman topte in Kyrgizië het lijstje.


Weinig chauvinisme
Voor ons land mocht Frédéric Larsimont, een journalist van Le Soir, zijn mening geven. Hij zette Kylian Mbappé op nummer één. Opvallend: Larsimont nam geen enkele Belg op in zijn lijstje, hoewel dat wel toegelaten is. Zo zette de Portugese journalist van dienst Cristiano Ronaldo helemaal bovenaan, de Franse journalist Mbappé en de Kroatische ... Modric. 


          The Hutch & Etisalat Merger and What It Means For Sri Lanka      Cache   Translate Page      
It was announced back in April 2018. Now it’s official. Hutch Lanka and Etisalat Lanka have completed their merger. In case you’re lost, Hutch Lanka and Etisalat Lanka announced that they would enter into an agreement to merge their mobile telecommunications businesses. As per the announcement made yesterday, Emirates Telecommunications Group Company completed the sale of its 100% stake ...
          Inside Enhanzer: Making analytics accessible with eZuite      Cache   Translate Page      
When one thinks of enterprise software, we typically associate it with the likes of Oracle. Yet, there are companies in Sri Lanka offering solutions that rival those by these giants. These local companies include startups as well. One such startup is Enhanzer, which has its eZuite platform utilized by many large corporates across the country. But how they get ...
          12/2/2018: PUZZLE ACTOR: Fun a-Broad STU AND JIMMY ARE SET FOR THE ASHES      Cache   Translate Page      

AS a holiday destination it is hard to top Sri Lanka. Just ask Jimmy Anderson and Stuart Broad. The pair may have 998 Test wickets between them but as England handed Sri Lanka a thumping they may as well have been watching on with their feet up on a...
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Credit rating agencies Fitch and Standard & Poor's downgraded Sri Lanka on Tuesday, citing refinancing risks and an uncertain policy outlook, after President Maithripala Sirisena's sacking of his prime minister in October triggered a political crisis.

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A Sri Lankan court issued an order preventing Mahinda Rajapaksa and his disputed cabinet from holding office on Monday, heightening the island's political drama and drawing an immediate vow to appeal from the prime minister.

          Exclusive: Sri Lanka president weighs backing down in crisis over parliament - sources      Cache   Translate Page      
Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena is considering dropping an attempt to dissolve parliament, sources close to the president said, possibly easing weeks of political deadlock.

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Preview Ein Gericht in Sri Lanka hat dem kürzlich ernannten Premierminister die Amtsgeschäfte vorläufig entzogen. Premierminister Mahinda Rajapaksa und sein Kabinett dürfen bis zu einer endgültigen Entscheidung über eine Klage von Rajapaksas entlassenem Vorgänger ihre Ämter nicht ausüben. Andernfalls nehme der Inselstaat Schaden, da dem neuen Premier und den Ministern die rechtliche Legitimität fehle, begründete das Berufungsgericht in der Hauptstadt Colombo die Entscheidung am Montag.
          WOW LONDON 2019 Programme Announced      Cache   Translate Page      

The WOW Foundation has today announced plans for London 2019, in the build up to further activity across the UK and the rest of the world over the next two years. The London events, taking place 8-9 March, over International Women's Day, include talks with legendary activist and writer Angela Davis, award-winning journalist and author Naomi Klein as well as the launch of major new international anthology New Daughters of Africa edited by Margaret Busby. The programme also features events with Jo Brand and Catherine Mayer, and two global conversations WOW presents: What Now? and WOW presents: What Next? bringing together thousands of women from across all industries and communities to imagine and debate the future of gender equality. Tickets are on sale to Southbank Centre Members from today and to the public tomorrow, 6 December. There will be over 500 tickets available to schools.

The announcement marks the beginning of WOW's next chapter as an independent organisation and an international movement. Founded and led by Jude Kelly, former Artistic Director at Southbank Centre, The WOW Foundation will work to build and sustain a movement that believes a gender equal world is possible and desirable through Festivals, and events that empower women and girls. Kelly left the Southbank Centre to lead the WOW movement, having overseen its rapid growth over the last decade and recognising its potential power to drive global change in attitudes towards gender. WOW 2019 will comprise a series of eight major events, calling upon the WOW community to take stock of where equality is now and what is next, ahead of their 10-year anniversary in 2020. The WOW London events are designed to inspire, reflect and provoke and will subsequently be rolled out in discussion format across the length of the UK in 2019. Through the programme they will investigate what the next decade of WOW needs to look like if we are to achieve the 2030 UN sustainable goal around equality.

WOW Founder Jude Kelly said: "A seismic change in global women's affairs is coming about and we feel that everyone needs to be part of building a new gender equal world. In pursuit of this the WOW movement, now a charitable foundation, is accelerating across the world - with 2 million people involved in festivals in 30 countries across 5 continents - more and more people want to celebrate the lives and achievements of women and urge gender justice forward. The WOW Festivals, Think Ins, Wowser Girls Clubs and our growing International Leaders Forum have established WOW as the most significant convener of women across the globe."

Over the last 9 years the Festivals have developed a reputation as a space where world renowned artists, performers, and political and social activists such as Malala Yousafzai, Leymah Gbowee, Lupita Nyong'o, Annie Lennox, Patrick Stewart, Baroness Doreen Lawrence and Salma Hayek come and participate, alongside thousands of people of all genders to celebrate achievements and discuss solutions together. The unique Festival model creates ways for participants and campaigners, women and men, to take part in WOW, to amplify their own causes, or start new initiatives which have a wide impact on communities. It has resulted in hundreds of gender equality initiatives over the past decade, for example: the Women's Equality Party was founded at the Festival by Sandi Toksvig and Catherine Mayer; Nimco Ali's campaign to raise awareness around Female Genital Mutilation first found significant platform at the festival and the formation of Girls Rock London, running rock camps for girls and women in London.

To date, WOW has reached over 2 million people in 17 countries on 5 continents across more than 60 festivals including in Australia, Brazil, China, Egypt, Finland, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Somaliland, the USA and across the UK. Next, WOW will be in Karachi, Dhaka, New York, Beijing and Atlanta, as well as Istanbul, Baltimore and Shanghai in 2020. It is the biggest, most comprehensive and most significant festival dedicated to connecting the stories of women and girls to active change making globally.

During the day on Friday 8 March and Saturday 9 March 2019 WOW will present What Now? and What Next?, led by Kelly. The events will look at the current state of the nation for women and girls, and then ask what the future looks like. In WOW presents: What Now? inspirational speakers, performers and thinkers will look at the ideas that matter to women and girls (cisgender, transgender and gender non-binary) and the men and boys who support them, from the toughest realities, to the greatest triumphs, in a world that is changing very quickly through politics, technology and cultural norms. It will look at everything from violence and money to wellbeing, to what it means to live with sexism and racism, disability, homophobia and transphobia. Kelly and guests will look at what women all over the world, from Cardiff to Karachi, Bradford to Baltimore and Australia to the Americas care about most, right now. WOW presents: What Next? asks what the future looks like in an age of hyper connectivity, extreme ideas and political turmoil. Across the afternoon audiences will hear from the women helping to imagine - and create - an equal world.

On Friday evening, activist Angela Davis will be in conversation with Kelly following her legendary sold out in conversation at WOW London in 2017 on women, race and class in the post-Trump era. Also on Friday, WOW will present the Women on the Move Awards 2019 celebrating leadership from migrant and refugee women in partnership with UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency and Migrants Organise Ltd. Jo Brand, one of the UK's best loved comedians, joins Friday's lineup with Born Lippy: How To Do Female, challenging stereotypes, unpacking what it means to be female and refusing to remain silent.

On Saturday evening, in her first major engagement since being appointed the inaugural Gloria Steinem Endowed Chair in Media, Culture and Feminist Studies at Rutgers University-New Brunswick, journalist, activist and author Naomi Klein will be in conversation with Kelly, taking a close look at the political and media landscape at this critical time for women, human rights, economic justice and climate change. Also on the Saturday, WOW will launch New Daughters of Africa, edited by Margaret Busby. Twenty-five years ago, the collection Daughters of Africa was published to international acclaim. The new work builds on this tradition for a new generation of women writers and the landscape of African women's writing today. A portrayal of the accomplishments of over 200 contributors, it celebrates their global sweep, diversity and achievements while also testifying to a wealth of genres. To launch this new publication, WOW will bring together leading contributors to honour a unifying heritage and range of creativity of women from the African diaspora. Also on Saturday evening, Women's Equality Party co-founder and writer Catherine Mayer examines how debates have become so damagingly polarised in a funny, freewheeling show on soundbite culture Catherine Mayer: FFS.

WOW London takes place by arrangement with Southbank Centre.


          Fitch downgrades Sri Lanka's rating      Cache   Translate Page      
COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) — Fitch Ratings has downgraded Sri Lanka's long-term foreign-currency issuer default rating, citing political upheaval that has resulted in the country having no functional government.Fitch says it lowered...
          Central Bank disputes rating agencies latest decisions to downgrade countrys ratings      Cache   Translate Page      
Sri Lankas Central Bank disputing the decisions by two global rating agencies to downgrade the islands credit rating said that the decisions are based on uncorroborated facts on the countrys macroeconomic fundamentals and asserted that despite the ongoing... Read More
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Parliament has been scheduled to convene at 10.30 this morning. MP Dinesh Gunawardena noted at a media briefing convened yesterday by the Sri Lanka Podu Jana Peramuna , that the MPs of the UPFA had decided to boycott the parliamentary session today. In... Read More
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Melbourne: The elder brother of Australia’s Pakistaniorigin cricketer Usman Khawaja was arrested on Tuesday for allegedly framing a Sri Lankan student over a fake terror plot that threatened to assassinate top Australian politicians, police said. New...
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Colombo: An appeal was filed Tuesday in Sri Lanka’s Supreme Court against a court order that barred Mahinda Rajapaksa from acting as PM. The Court of Appeal in an order on Monday temporary halted Rajapaksa and his cabinet from functioning in their...
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flash floods. The Kerala floods this year may, however, affect its ranking next year. So, the CRI based on 2018 data will point to the country’s climate preparedness as compared to other vulnerable countries across the globe. Puerto Rico, Sri Lanka...
          Foodie-Dasein im November 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
Wie immer: enthält Werbung, weil Verlinkung und Namensnennung. Alles miteinander ohne Bezahlung. Sollte es sich um eine Bloggerveranstaltung handeln, dann steht das explizit dabei.


Das erste Foto schaut eher schlicht aus. Ich war Anfang November zum ersten Mal nach ein paar Monaten auf dem Biomarkt auf der Freyung. Zu meiner Freude gibt es dort jetzt auch diverse Probierteller von den Standeln. Das Käsestandel bietet einen Käsesteller mit Brot an, den man bei dem Stehtischerl verkosten kann.

Für € 6,90 stattlich hoch angesetzt, wenn durchschnittlich 100 g einer kredenzten Käsesorte € 3,50 kosten, aber wenn man nicht weiß, was man nehmen soll, ist das jedenfalls eine Möglichkeit, um zu probieren.










Anlässslich des Tages des Kaffees gab es ein Gewinnspiel vom Wiener Rösthaus und ich gehörte zu den Glücklichen: Ich durfte bei einem Seminar über Mokkakannen teilnehmen. Seit meiner Kindheit begleitet mich die gute alte Bialetti. Sie ist unser Notnagel für Zeiten, in denen die Kaffeemaschine w.o. gibt oder wenn wir in Ferienwohnungen Urlaub machen. Es ist ja enorm spannend, was man da alles noch lernen kann!

Was ich immer falsch gemacht habe: Man muss das Wasser so heiß wie möglich (am besten kochend) in den Unterteil der Bialetti einfüllen, damit der Kaffee möglichst kurz mit dem brennheißen Metall in Kontakt kommt. Bei Verwendung von kaltem Wasser kann er durch die lange Verweildauer in der Kanne verbrennen.

Der Gummi muss immer peinlich sauber sein, ist auch nur ein Kaffeekörnchen drauf, kann das verbrennen.

Die Bialetti muss sofort, wenn das Wasser durchgeronnen ist, von der Platte genommen werden, sonst wird die Kanne heiß und − tataaaa − der Gummi verbrennt.

Mich wundert es jetzt nicht mehr, dass man so oft verbrannten Gummi riecht bei den Bialettis, denn da sind mehr als genug Fallen, in die man tappen kann.

Der Kaffee darf nicht ins Sieb hineingepresst werden, sondern nur locker flach gestrichen, sonst wird der Mokka zu bitter.

Der Mahlgrad für den Kaffee liegt zwischen dem für Filterkaffee und dem für Vollautomaten bzw. Siebträger.

Kannenkaffee ist übrigens niemals Espresso, sondern Mokka. Der Unterschied liegt in der Crema. Die Bialetti haben keinen so hohen Druck, dass sich eine Crema bilden könnte. Bialetti versuchte, ein Modell zu entwickeln, das Crema produziert. Das Ergebnis sieht man links auf dem Foto.

Wenn man mit der Bialetti umgehen kann, dann kommt wirklich erstaunlich guter Kaffee raus, habe ich festgestellt.

Auch einen Platz bei dem Mokkakannen-Workshop gewonnen hatte die Giftige Blonde. Sie hat ein ausführliches Posting drüber geschrieben, nachzulesen hier.


Der Turbohausmann und ich essen so alle paar Jahre eine Stelze (hab ich hier schon verraten). In meinem Leben habe ich noch nie eine selber gemacht. Nun gibt es in Wien eine Möglichkeit, dass man sie in bio bekommt und zwar in Kolariks Luftburg im Wiener Wurschtelprater.

Das Ambiente ist − nun ja ... Das Lokal ist riesengroß und in einer Hallenkonstruktion untergebracht. Ich denke, im Sommer ist es nett, wenn man unter den schönen großen Bäumen im Freien sitzen kann. Es sind auch jetzt unglaublich viele Leute dort, also unbedingt reservieren.

Die Stelze war sehr gut und sehr groß. Zu zweit haben wir eine mittlere Stelze mit Brot, Senf, Kren, Radi und Krautsalat bestellt. Keine Chance, die Stelze zu bewältigen. Der Senf ist Supermarktqualität, der Kren kommt aus dem Glas. Radi und Krautsalat waren in Ordnung. Die Stelze war fett genug, um schön saftig zu sein, die Knusperkruste außen ein Traum! Der Kellner zerlegt einem die Stelze im Handumdrehen direkt am Tisch. Die Reste kann man mit nach Hause nehmen, bei uns gab es ein Gröstl damit.


Da sind sie wieder, die mörderguten Mini-Kokoskuppeln von vom Kasses. Ich kann die glücklicherweise in Favoriten am Markt kaufen, was ich normalerweise den ganzen Advent durch auch mache. So ein Kuppelchen am Tag macht die düstere Jahreszeit gleich ein wenig heller. Und passt auch perfekt zu meiner neuen Espressotasse!


Mit einer Freundin habe ich ein neues Pizzalokal in Wien besucht: Pizza Randale ist ein derzeit sehr hippes Pizzalokal und besticht durch seine ungewöhnlichen Pizzakreationen. Hier auf dem Bild meine "Wiener Blut" mit Blunzen, Äpfeln, Majoran und Provolone. Der Belag war sehr gut und vollkommen anders als gewohnt. Leider war der Rand recht weich und nicht so knusprig, wie ich das gern mag. Anscheinend haben wir da ein bissl Pech gehabt an dem Abend, denn man hört rundumadum nur Gutes von der Pizzeria. Auf jeden Fall ein heißer Tipp, wenn man einmal ganz andere Pizzabeläge versuchen möchte.








 

Da will ich einmal etwas auf der Straße essen, gelingt es mir nicht! Eigentlich wollte ich nur bei der Aida reinfallen und mein jährliches Ritual durchführen und alle greifbaren Maroniherzen kosten, fragt mich die Verkäuferin: "Hell oder dunkel?" Okay, zwei gehen bei mir dann doch nicht unterwegs, also flugs noch einen Espresso bestellt und sowohl ein helles als auch ein dunkles Maroniherz bestellt.

Conclusio: Sehr dicke, harte Schokohülle in beiden Fällen. Viel idente Füllung.











Am 2. Freitag im November ist der Tag des Apfels. Ich habe dazu eh ein Posting gemacht und war auch wieder einmal bei Familie Fischer, wo ich fast immer mein Obst kaufe. Zu meiner großen Freude werden das Jahr für Jahr mehr Sorten. Ich kann dort nicht nur etliche verschiedene Pfirsichsorten kaufen, sondern auch Trauben, Minikiwis, Dirndln und was weiß ich alles.

Dieses Jahr gab es zum Tag des Apfels 22 (!) Sorten zur Verkostung. Das war echt sagenhaft! Man kann gar nicht glauben, wie unterschiedlich Äpfel schmecken, wenn man in den Supermarkt geht, wo drei, maximal vier Sorten liegen.

Meine Lieblingssorte sind die Ladina, die schmecken tatsächlich nach Litschi!
Ganz wunderbar war der Weiße Winterkalvill, den es leider nur zur Verkostung, aber nicht zum Kaufen gab, denn noch ist das bei den Fischers eine neue Sorte, die erst getestet werden muss, wie es um die Lagerfähigkeit beschaffen ist. 
Und noch einmal leider: Es war zwar ein Apfeljahr, aber nicht für alle Sorten. Boskop konnte ich dieses Jahr nicht ergattern. Die mag ich normalerweise recht gern. Der Apfelstrudel damit wird zwar matschig, weil die Boskop schnell zerfallen, aber einmal im Jahr mach ich diesen Gatsch, weil er echt toll schmeckt. Okay, gibt es  dieses Jahr nur herzeigbaren Apfelstrudel.



Diwali haben der Turbohausmann und ich schon einmal auf Sri Lanka miterlebt. Wir waren damals zu nachtschlafener Zeit mit einem Fahrer unterwegs und es tanzten viele Leute mit jeder Menge Kerzen durch das Dunkel. Nun haben wir das Lichterfest auf indisch erlebt und das direkt in Wien. Im Prosi gab es ein vegetarisches Abendmenü zu dieser Gelegenheit. Was mir noch nie passiert ist: Unser ganz reizender Kellner hat nach dem Essen gefragt, ob wir eh satt wären und was unser liebstes Gericht auf dem Sammel-Teller war, genau das hat er uns gleich noch einmal gebracht.
Das Lokal war mit vielen Kerzen und Blumen geschmückt, die Kellnerinnen hatten tolle Henna-Handtatoos und waren sehr schön geschminkt. Kinder und Jugendliche taten in den nicht zu großzügigen Räumlichkeiten ihr Bestes und zeigten Tänze, eine Band spielte indische Musik. Uns hat Diwali wieder einmal gut gefallen.


Weiter geht es mit meinem Kosten quer durch die Wiener Landschaft der Maroniherzen. Dieses Mal bin ich mit der Giftigen Blonden beim Oberlaa in der Filiale am Neuen Markt reingehupft auf einen Espresso und ein Maroniherz. Unser beider idente Meinung: ausgezeichnetes Schokolade-Maronicreme-Verhältnis. Die Maronicreme schmeckt deutlich nach Rum, was dem Genuss ganz sicher nicht abträglich ist.

Gleich, wenn das Maroniherz auf den Tisch kommt, sollte man es nicht essen, weil es gekühlt serviert wird, dadurch ist die Schokoladehülle dann recht hart, was sich aber eh schnell ändert, dann ist es ein großes Vergnügen, diese kleine Köstlichkeit zu genießen.








Der erste Insta-Walk meines Lebens führte mich zum Gragger in der Innenstadt. Es war recht interessant zu sehen, was alles geht, wenn man es nur will: In den winzigen Räumlichkeiten wurde eine Backstube geschaffen, die alle Gragger-Filialen mit Brot versorgt.

Ein 2 x 2 Meter großer Holzbackofen wurde direkt an die Räumlichkeiten angepasst und bäckt nun von Mitternacht bis zum Nachmittag an sechs Tagen in der Woche wunderbares Brot. Es ist unglaublich zu sehen, wie das eingespielte Team in der kleinen Backstube es schafft, so viele verschiedene Brote und auch teilweise Kleingebäck zu machen, ohne sich gegenseitig auf die Füße zu treten.

In meinem ersten Foodie-Rückblick habe ich von meinem Besuch bei der Großbäckerei Felber berichtet. Dort kämpft man mit einem Lehrlingsmangel. Ganz anders schaut es beim Gragger aus: Es werden derzeit 12 Lehrlinge ausgebildet und es kann nur ein ganz kleiner Teil der BewerberInnen genommen werden.

Die kürzeste Ruhezeit von Teig beim Gragger sind 5 Stunden, die längste 24 Stunden. Da sieht man wieder, was mit ein Grund für gutes Brot ist. Die guten Zutaten sind alle bio.

Unnützes, aber erstaunliche Wissen erworben: Es gibt anscheinend Meisterschaften im Schlagen von Handsemmeln. Der Sieger formte 23 Semmeln in einer Minute!

Große Freude: Der soziale Aspekt ist extrem wichtig beim Gragger. So wurden in Afrika zwei Bäckereien eröffnet und somit die ersten Behindertenarbeitsplätze dort geschaffen. Dennoch werfen die Bäckereien Gewinn ab!

Das Foto links ist so ein typisches Instagrammer-Foto: Entweder hat man eine tolle Kamera mit Tele, sonst bringt man kaum ein Foto zusammen, ohne gleich mehrere Handys oder Kameras mit drauf zu haben.

Die Bäcker machen hier gerade Franzis. Dafür wird Plunderteig ganz üppig mit Butter bestrichen, da kommt dann eine Zimtfülle drauf, dann wird das eingerollt, in Portionen geschnitten und dann eingedepscht. Geduftet hat das jedenfalls umwerfend gut und ich werde die versuchen nachzubacken.


Mit einer Frauenrunde war ich demeln. Dabei habe ich gelernt, es gibt eine "Demel-Jause". Da bezahlt man pro Person 15,- €, der Preis beinhaltet, dass einem Räumlichkeiten samt Kellnerin zur Verfügung gestellt werden, man bekommt pro Person ein Stück Kuchen oder Torte nach Wahl und zwei Getränke. Dazu steht noch jede Menge Schlagobers am Tisch.
Das hat mich politisch weitergebildet: Ich dachte, der legendäre Club 45 sei eine sehr elitäre Sache gewesen. Dass man sich ab 10 Personen aber einigermaßen günstig Räumlichkeiten im Demel sichern kann, war mir bisher nicht klar. Vor allem angesichts der immensen Touristenschlange, die sich im Demel immer findet, ist das ein wirklich tolle Variante.
Wenn man reserviert und gerade einen masochistischen Tag hat, quetscht man sich an dieser Schlange vorbei und lässt sich beschimpfen. Die andere Variante: Man geht elegant durch den Seiteneingang und lässt sich mit dem Lift nach oben führen.
Die Torten sind sehr, sehr gut dort. Nigel Slater isst im Demel immer Fächertorte, die ich auch dringend empfehlen kann.


Jo und die zweite Hälfte vom November war ich gar nicht da. Der Turbohausmann hatte wieder einmal eine Auslandsverpflichtung, die mit seinem Nebenberuf neben dem Hausmanndasein zu tun hat. Wir haben einen mehr als zwei Wochen dauernden Aufenthalt in Ägypten draus gemacht. Dort schaut es mit dem Foodie-Dasein eher mau aus. Eher so, wie man das auf dem Foto sieht. Ich werde, wenn ich die Fotos gesichtet und sortiert habe, genauer darüber berichten.





Der häufigste Suchbegriff im Blog im November war übrigen "großformatiges Backpapier". Ich kann mich nicht erinnern, diese beiden Begriffe in Kombination miteinander je verwendet zu haben, aber der winzig kleine Monk in mir fühlt sich ertappt: Ich sammle nämlich Backpapierabschnitte. Wer weiß, wann man die noch brauchen kann!

Dicht danach kommt übrigens die Suche nach Bergamotte-Rezepten und erinnert mich, dass meine Vorräte an Bergamott-Marmeladen, -Likören und Co. aufgebraucht sind. Ich werde mich also auf die Suche machen, vor allem auf die nach der Französischen Bergamotte, denn das ist wirklich die tollste aller Marmeladen, die ich jemals gemacht habe.


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Lamudi, one of the leading real estate platforms today, announced that the company has recently welcomed two of the world’s largest media and online classifieds companies, Axel Springer SE and Ringier, as new investors. Both companies will share a seat in the advisory board, which will for now be taken over by Ringier. The funding amount is not made public, but Kian Moini, Co-Founder and CEO of Lamudi, states that “the majority of funding can and will be spent on growth given the company’s comfortable financial situation and a clear path to breakeven.”

Launched in late 2013 with Rocket Internet, Lamudi is a leading global real estate platform focusing exclusively on emerging markets. The fast-growing platform has active property portals available in Asia (Philippines, Indonesia, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka) and Latin America (Mexico, Colombia, Peru). Lamudi counts well-known investors including Asia Pacific Internet Group (APACIG), a joint venture of Rocket Internet and Ooredoo, Holtzbrinck Ventures, and Tengelmann Ventures.

"We have proven to be of high value to consumers and industry players along the search and marketing of real estate. The new funding round will help us accelerate that, as well as significantly expand our efforts to add value along the transaction,” Kian Moini says. “Beyond the capital, we look forward to benefiting from the learnings and knowledge of the marketplaces and transactional property businesses which are part of the portfolios of Axel Springer and Ringier.”

Ringier AG, Switzerland's leading international media enterprise, is a prominent digital marketplaces investor in emerging markets across CEE, Africa, and SEA. Robin Lingg, Head of Marketplaces at Ringier, states “Ringier stands for investing in sustainable value creation. Lamudi very much matches our vision, as well as our interest in localized business models and country footprint. We have been deeply impressed by the company’s operative level of sophistication, its global and local management team’s capabilities, and eagerness to create value. We believe that Kian and his team will drive significant change in the real estate industry in SEA and Mexico.”

Andreas Wiele, President Classifieds Media Axel Springer SE, adds “The team of Lamudi has built, under the leadership of Kian Moini, a fast-growing business in attractive markets. As one of the largest operators in the digital real estate space, we are convinced that we can help to further this development with our know-how and expertise.”
“With this latest round of funding, we're positive that Lamudi, which is already positioned as the number one player in the market, will continue its growth path more aggressively in the Philippines,” says Lamudi Philippines CEO Bhavna Suresh. "It will fast-track our development into the provinces and help bring more industry practitioners online, thus making sure their businesses flourish. We are connectors and we believe that through digital, we bring transparency to the real estate market. This funding is going to help us move the needle much further in this regard."

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El TERMCAT publica la segona edició del diccionari en línia Terminologia de fustes exòtiques, que s’ha ampliat amb una cinquantena de termes nous. L’ampliació del diccionari s’ha fet amb la col·laboració d’experts de l’Associació per a l’Estudi del Moble. També hi han intervingut especialistes vinculats a la Universitat de Lleida i a la Universitat de Barcelona.

L’origen dels termes nous és la revisió que va dur a terme el TERMCAT, fa un temps, de la terminologia de la Xiloteca, una col·lecció de referència de mostres de fusta que ofereixen conjuntament l’Associació per a l’Estudi del Moble i el Centre de Documentació del Museu del Disseny de Barcelona.

El diccionari recull ara prop d’un centenar de termes relatius a fustes d’interès comercial utilitzades actualment a Europa però procedents de països no europeus, fonamentalment de l'Àfrica, l'Àsia i Amèrica. Cada terme conté les denominacions i la definició en català i els equivalents en castellà, francès, anglès i alemany.

Totes les denominacions catalanes del diccionari han estat normalitzades pel Consell Supervisor, ja que no existien fins ara noms establerts en català per a fer referència a aquestes fustes. També s’han revisat i ampliat totes les definicions, que inclouen el lloc de procedència de la fusta, el nom científic de l'espècie (o de les espècies) de la qual s'extreu i altres característiques importants (pes específic, duresa, color del duramen, color de l'albeca, usos principals, etc.). Pel que fa als equivalents, una bona part s'han extret de la norma UNE-EN 13556, que és alhora la versió oficial en castellà de la Norma europea 13556, de juny de 2003. La bibliografia de referència tinguda en compte per a elaborar el recull ha estat, però, molt més àmplia.

S’hi han incorporat, entre d’altres, els termes amarant (fusta de l’Amèrica Central i del Sud), avet de Douglas (fusta de l’Amèrica del Nord), bossé clar i bossé fosc (fustes de l’Àfrica tropical), llimoner de Ceilan (fusta de Sri Lanka i l’Índia), merbau (fusta del sud-est asiàtic) o wengué (fusta de l’Àfrica equatorial).

El recull forma part de la col·lecció de Diccionaris en Línia del TERMCAT, que ofereix actualment més de 120 títols dedicats a diversos camps d’especialitat.

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