first_imgJumeirah Group has announced that two more properties have been selected to join the American Express Fine Hotels and Resorts (FHR) programme in 2016.Jumeirah at Etihad Towers in Abu Dhabi and Jumeirah Dhevanafushi in the Maldives have joined FHR, which brings the total number of Jumeirah Hotels in the prestigious programme to eight.The existing hotel members include Grosvenor House Apartments by Jumeirah Living in London, Jumeirah Grand Hotel Via Veneto in Rome, Pera Palace Hotel Jumeirah in Istanbul, Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, Dar al Masyaf Jumeirah in Dubai and Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel and Spa in Mallorca, Spain.The programme enables American Express Platinum Card Members, to book through Fine Hotels and Resorts and enjoy access to complimentary benefits and competitive rates at over 815 properties worldwide.Stefan Fuchs, General Manager, Jumeirah at Etihad Towers, said: “We are delighted to be part of the exclusive American Express Fine Hotels and Resorts programme which is an honour and recognition for the team.”David Stepetic, General Manager, Jumeirah Dhevanafushi, said: “We are proud to have been selected to join the programme which offers American Express card members exclusive benefits. Located 400km from the capital Malé, our island hideaway is surrounded by the exotic beauty of the Indian Ocean and offers some of the most remote luxury to be found on earth.”Rena A Pandya, Director, Strategic Lodging Partnerships, American Express Travel & Lifestyle Services, said: “Fine Hotels and Resorts is thrilled to continue to grow our successful partnership with Jumeirah. Jumeirah Dhevanafushi and Jumeirah at Etihad Towers will provide our premium Card Members with the unique, 5-star luxury experiences they seek and will be a wonderful addition to our portfolio.”last_img read more


first_img The Michigan House of Representatives this week overwhelmingly passed plans sponsored by state Rep. Daire Rendon removing outdated sections of law relating to vocational schools for boys.House Bill 5769 removes a reference authorizing the Department of Social Welfare – which no longer exists – to acquire land for a boys’ vocational school.Michigan operated youth conservation and rehabilitation camps in the 1950s and ‘60s that were designed to rehabilitate youth offenders by requiring them to participate in a boot camp setting, or conduct conservation projects.  At this time, the state does not have any of these facilities in operation. House Bill 5893 would remove references to these camps that are now nonexistent.“As lawmakers, we’re always focused on what more we can do to help make the lives of every Michigander better,” Rendon said. “However, sometimes less is better than more. Removing these obsolete laws cleans up our government so it can become more efficient.”HBs 5769 and 5893 now advance to the Senate for further consideration. 16May House approves Rendon bills eliminating outdated laws Categories: Daire Rendon Newslast_img read more


first_imgKorean international channel ArirangTV has launched a video-on-demand application on Samsung’s Smart TV platform – the first such service to be launched by the broadcaster.The Arirang app will offer a range of entertainment, culture and current affairs programming on-demand, with subtitling provided in up to six languages for K-Pop programmes.The app is available for the first three weeks via Samsung’s newly launched Smart Hub, meaning that users will find it listed automatically when they update their TV. After the initial promotional period it will be available to download from the Samsung Smart TV app store free of charge.Arirang Radio is also available via the app.last_img


first_imgEndemol has taken a majority stake in Kuperman, the production company create by ex-Endemol and Fox Kids boss Ynon Kreiz. Following the deal, the production and distribution company has formed a new Israeli unit, Endemol Israel.Israel has proved a hotbed of creativity in recent times with a slew of entertainment and drama formats coming out of the country. Endemol said that taking over Kuperman and creating Endemol Israel will allow it to invest in format development across all genres in Israel for both the local and international markets.Endemol Israel will also produce Endemol’s international formats for the Israeli market.Elad Kuperman, co-owner of Kuperman, will lead Endemol Israel as CEO.Media investor and entrepreneur Ynon Kreiz, has sold his 50% stake in Kuperman, which he acquired in 2009 and will exit the company as part of the deal.Just Spee, CEO of Endemol Group comments: “The high volume of innovative formats coming out of the region continues to grow and our ability to deliver this content to our clients around the world makes this an exciting opportunity. Kuperman is already Israel’s number one TV producer and our partnership underlines Endemol’s commitment to investing in the very best creativity and talent around the world.”last_img read more


first_imgHispasat’s control centreSatellite operator Hispasat has posted strong full-year results, driven by growth in Latin America.The Spain-based operator posted revenues of €219.6 million for the year, up 8.7%, and EBITDA of €178.9 million, up 10.6%, with an operating margin of 81.5%.Hispasat invested €245 million in 2015, up 56.5%, with money going towards its AG1, Amazonas 5 and Hispasat 1F satellites.Revenue from space capacity reached €216.4 million, up 9.70%, boosted by exchange rate fluctuations, and in particular by the strong dollar and a depreciation in the Brazilian real.Two thirds of Hispasat’s capacity leasing revenue came from North and South America, with the remaining third coming from Europe and North Africa. The year saw Hispasat gain a foothold in the Moroccan market for the first time.“The strategy developed by the company in 2015 has yielded positive results and allowed it to grow. In this business year we have worked intensely and put our efforts towards the entry into new markets, such as Morocco. We have gained new orbital positions, formed alliances with other operators and renewed and expanded contracts with major clients, particularly in Latin America, in countries such as Brazil, Peru, Mexico and Colombia,” said Hispasat president Elena Pisonero.last_img read more


first_imgWelcome to Invisibilia Season 4! The NPR program and podcast explores the invisible forces that shape human behavior, and we here at Goats and Soda are joining in for the podcast’s look at how a reality show in Somalia tried to do far more than crown a winning singer. The ultimate goal: to change human behavior.Once upon a time there was music in Somalia, but then the music started fading out. First one music radio station, then another, then another, until there was almost no music to hear and people started MacGyvering workarounds.One of the people who came up with a workaround was Xawa Abdi Hassan, a young woman who lived in a village outside Mogadishu.”We used to use a memory card, fill the memory card with music and listen to it from our phones,” Xawa says. In her house, as she cooked and cleaned, Hassan would sing along with the great Somali singers. But even in this private space she says she was careful. “I used to turn the volume down low, so no one could hear it.”The problem was al-Shabab, the Islamic extremist group that dominated large parts of the country. Al-Shabab didn’t like music. In 2009 it banned music at weddings, banished musical ringtones and starting punishing people who listened to music on their mobile phones by making them swallow their memory cards.Eventually the musicians themselves were targeted. The famous soloist Aden Hasan Salad was shot and killed in a tea shop, and others were murdered in the street.Through all of that, Xawa Abdi Hassan kept listening and practicing. Because she had a dream: “I just wanted to sing and become an entertainer.”For most of her life though — because of al-Shabab — this was a pretty far-fetched dream. Then in 2013 an unexpected and interesting opportunity emerged: There was going to be a new reality television show in Somalia, an American Idol-style show with singers competing.”As soon as I heard about it I knew I wanted to join,” Hassan says.What she didn’t know — what she couldn’t possibly know — was that this reality show was part of a much larger political plan.Using reality TV to change the worldThe plan was to create a musical reality show that could undermine the power of al-Shabab, or, in the language of the memo distributed to the people involved in the show’s creation, “undercut the messaging and brand appeal of armed extremist groups.”The United Nations, which was providing the money and support for the show, had concluded that a vivid display of Somali musical culture could serve “as a kind of inoculation against the austerity of Shabab,” Ben Parker told me. Parker was the head of communications for the U.N. in Mogadishu. He says that at this point — 2013 — al-Shabab had finally been pushed out of the capital, Mogadishu. But the situation in Somalia was far from stable. There were still regular attacks, so the new government (which had U.N. backing) needed to prove to Somalis that the power of the extremist group really was fading. This is why, Parker says, a musical reality show that challenged the power of the music-hating group was so appealing.”The beauty of a reality show is that the form itself achieves some of your goals,” he explains.After all, not only is there music in a musical reality show, there’s democratic voting and individual expression. So even in its form it communicates to its audience a very different way of being.This kind of indirect political messaging, Parker told me, is increasingly popular in strategic communications: “Those working in conflict … are less and less convinced of the value of weapons and more and more convinced that other approaches can deliver the dividends.”You get further with songs than with bombs.So is he right?Can a reality show actually change reality?It turns out this question has been systematically studied.The tricky science of changing what’s normalHow do people come to see the world around them as normal, an unremarkable fact, the way things are and should be? This is the question that interests Betsy Levy Paluck, a psychologist at Princeton University who studies media and how societies change.Paluck told me that for a long time people assumed the path to political or cultural change depended on crafting the right argument.”It was all rhetoric and no poetics,” she says.But starting in the 1990s, according to Paluck, poetics started gaining ground because psychologists realized that people consumed stories in this qualitatively different way.”Their defensiveness is disabled. Their counterarguing is at rest.”What Paluck wanted to understand was whether this difference in how we consumed stories translated into any changes in what we thought and how we behaved. So around 2004 she hooked up with an organization in Rwanda that was creating a new radio soap opera that was trying encourage tolerance between different ethnicities.And what Paluck found after a year of studying communities in Rwanda randomly assigned to listen to the soap opera was that their exposure had a surprising impact.”What it boiled down to was that despite the fact that people loved this program, it didn’t change their beliefs,” she says. “But it did change their perceptions of norms, and at the same time it changed their behaviors. Which is why I thought this is something significant.”Let me repeat that: It didn’t change their beliefs; it changed their behaviors by changing what they considered to be the social norm.That’s a sobering idea.”It’s a very uncomfortable thought,” Paluck says. “We like to think that all of our behaviors flow from our convictions, and what we do is a reflection of who we are and what we think. But we’re constantly tuning ourselves to fit in with the social world around us.”So what this work suggests is that if you change someone’s perception of what constitutes the social norm — as you convince people that the world is safe enough to sing in public even though in actual fact singing in public is incredibly dangerous — then you just might be able to move the needle on the ground.She took on extremists with her songWhich brings us back to Xawa Abdi Hassan, the young woman who quietly listened to music off a memory card and dreamed of being a singer.It took her some time to convince her family that it would be OK to compete in the show, called Inspire Somalia. Her mother was afraid that participating would turn her into a target, but ultimately she got permission.Hassan says when she first took the stage to compete, her hands were shaking, and not just because this could be a big break. There was another reason: Because of al-Shabab, she had never sung in public before.It was too dangerous.”That was my first time,” she says. “Before that, I did not sing in public places.”After Hassan two other contestants had their turns, both men. One had a famous musician father; the second, a man named Mustafa, had composed his own song.Once they finished came the part of the show supposed to serve as a democracy demonstration: the voting. Ballots were distributed to the audience and judges, and for a minute the room was quiet. In this small conference room in the middle of Mogadishu people bent over their ballots and considered the options before them.The son of the famous musician.The girl who practiced at home with the volume turned low.The boy who wrote his own song.In that room they consulted their hearts, weighed strengths and weaknesses, then marked the paper in their laps.It was Mustafa who ended up winning, but Hassan says she was honestly not upset. For her just the act of singing in public for the first time was enough. “I was happy as … like I was born that day.” she told me.In fact, Hassan is now a bit famous. People occasionally recognize her on the street, and even more important, she’s part of a professional singing group. As al-Shabab remains a force in Somalia, this means she is still at risk. She says she tries not to worry too much but is often spooked when she sees a car slow down when she’s walking. Still, she is committed to keep making music.”Yes, it is dangerous,” Hassan says. “But if the young person doesn’t stand up for his country and do what’s right, how is he helping his country?”Which brings us to this question: Did this reality show actually change reality in any way?It would be impossible to make the case that Somalia is a completely different country now. It isn’t.But there is at least one undeniable change since 2013. Music is back in the streets. Brought back, slowly and painfully, through a complicated combination of political strategy and personal courage. Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/.last_img read more


first_img 2 min read Tell Us: What’s the Strangest Thing You’ve Found an Employee Doing on the Job? June 11, 2015 Add to Queue The only list that measures privately-held company performance across multiple dimensions—not just revenue. –shares Nina Zipkin Entrepreneur Staffcenter_img 2019 Entrepreneur 360 List Managing Employees Next Article Apply Now » We all have the crazy work story we trot out at dinner parties – the outrageous anecdote that sounds like it could have been a storyline on The Office, perhaps drawn from a holiday party gone awry or a company retreat that had a dearth of Internet access.Job site CareerBuilder recently asked more than 2,000 hiring managers to share the oddest thing employees have been caught doing while on the clock. The results range from the more benign – searching for cat photos (we’ve all done it, don’t lie) and taking naps (granted, in this case it was on the boss’s couch) – to the straight-up crazy, like taking a drone out for a test drive around the office and testing out hypnosis skills on smoker colleagues to get them to quit.Related: Mike Rowe: This One Thing Can Make Any Job Feel Like a Soul-Sucking Waste of TimeOther examples include:An employee who decided to take a sponge bath in the bathroom sink.An employee who was supposed to be out making deliveries and hit up a tanning salon instead.An employee who thought it would be a good idea to search for a mail order bride on their work computer.An employee who actually sabotaged a coworker’s tires.An employee who had a nip of vodka at their desk while catching up on their Netflix queue.We want to hear from you. What’s the strangest thing you’ve found an employee or co-worker doing at work? Let us know in the comments or on Facebook and Twitter.   Related: Use Design to Promote an Epic Office Culture Staff Writer. Covers leadership, media, technology and culture.last_img read more


first_imgIn May, EasyStack launched its latest generation private cloud product ECS (EasyStack Cloud Service). EasyStack is an open source Cloud Computing company. It is a Cloud platform with features designed and delivered according to a true private cloud. The ECS was produced from an 18-month long effort spearheaded by EasyStack’s research and development team, laying foundation on the full range of products such as ECS Stack Hyper Converged Infrastructure, ECS Enterprise, and several scenario based ECS Enterprise editions, elevating the product capability to a whole new level.A recent global survey of 300 enterprises has found out that most plan to move their existing applications to Multi-Cloud Business/ SaaS by 2021. Culminating on private Cloud best practices while serving over 500 large and medium size enterprises and designed using innovative distributed micro-services on a unified integrated platform, the new-generation private Cloud ECS aims to help enterprise customers achieve their EVOLVABLE experience of service capabilities, product form-factor and ability to support multiple scenarios, ultimately enabling organizations to strategize and execute digital transformation and business innovation agenda with ease.Cloud Deployment Still Calls for the Need to Provide Consistent Cloud ExperienceCompanies like Oracle, SAP, and IBM already lead the race owing to their Cloud Experiences. Oracle Cloud delivers the broadest selection of enterprise-grade cloud computing solutions, including SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS. IBM recently closed their deal with Red Hat placing $34 billion bet on transforming digital experiences for their join Public and Private Cloud customers.Read Also: mGage Collaborates with Oracle Marketing Cloud to Deliver …Chen Xilun, founder and CEO of EasyStack, commented,“The new-generation private cloud is the private deployment of cloud. We all agree both private and public cloud are cloud-centric, with the aim of satisfying the customer need: moving the cloud to the data. Simply, data inside a firewall needs a private deployment of cloud, while data outside a firewall needs a public deployment of cloud. Hence, even though private and public clouds are distinct and separate, the user perspective on both private deployment and public deployment of cloud still calls for the need to provide consistent cloud experience”.Liu Guohui, co-founder and CTO of EasyStack, emphasized —“Different from being upgradable, EVOLVABLE requires an evolution in service capability, product modularity and supporting scenarios. This means that, EVOLVABLE must ensure the evolvability of service capabilities of the cloud platform itself; being EVOLVABLE also means it should be able to adapt to cloud-ready hyper converged architecture integrating hardware and software, private cloud, industry cloud and multi-cloud solution deployed across different modular form-factors; and finally in terms of supporting scenarios, EVOLVABLE represents the ability to cater to wide ranging enterprise requirements across compute, network, storage building blocks, to commercial storage and commercial SDN (Software Defined Networking), from virtualization to bare-metal and container clusters, and from DevOps to IoT”.Recommended: Zeta Global and PlaceIQ Announce Strategic Partnership to Enhance …4 Benefits of Deploying Evolving Cloud InfrastructureIn view of private deployment of cloud, the new-generation private cloud offers the following benefits.First, applying it to the business tier, ECS supports new-generation enterprise applications such as Cloud, Mobile, IoT, BigData and AI.Second, serving Platform as a Service (PaaS) experience, it supports many types of applications through building a sharable Kubernetes-based PaaS across private and public clouds based on the ecosystem primarily dominated by open source PaaS; in fact, enterprise customers may choose to develop a new on-demand PaaS in the cloud and cater it to specific scenarios and/or industries.Latest MarTech News: OpenText Announces the Next Generation Enterprise Information …Third, Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) implementation, it can offer enterprise customers consumer experience as in public clouds. Specifically, not only does it provide a complete turnkey project from on-boarding, delivery, operations & maintenance (O&M) to upgrading, but also brings about its pay-per-use service model, transitioning business and technology into the cloud service era from the cloud software eraFourth, consider the product evolution journey.The best option for evolution of the new-generation private cloud is open source ecosystem based transition approach. Keeping the new-generation private cloud compatible and aligned with the open source ecosystem, on one hand, allows it to be fully compatible with the community, and on the other hand, satisfy customers’ requirement through scenario based design and integration approach. This is a must for replacing custom designed clouds with the equivalent of scenario based solution within a complex environment and potentially leads to an enhanced PaaS ecosystem as well.Fifth, in terms of evolution approach, being EVOLVABLE is the most important characteristic of the new-generation private Cloud and is also its core feature. Decoupling software and hardware components allow software to be EVOLVABLE and hardware becoming up-gradable, truly unleashing the longer term value of the Cloud platform and thereby changes the competitive landscape of this industry.Read Also: Vonage Wins 2019 ContactCenterWorld Top Ranking Performer AwardNew-Generation Private Cloud Is the Private Deployment of CloudUnlike traditional custom designed and piecemeal implemented private cloud, the core capabilities of this new-generation private cloud is modeled to meet the demands of complex environment and data residing behind enterprise customers’ secured firewall setup. In a nutshell, it is the ability to construct a private cloud centered on customers’ data and at the same time having a multi-cloud platform that can manage multiple cloud providers both public and private.In a Nutshell: Ad Fraud to Cost North American Advertisers $100 Million a Day by …Equally important are characteristics such as compatibility with the vast hardware and software ecosystem, allowing co-existence of both new-generation and traditional enterprise applications to run and operate on, EVOLVABLE features when responding to the complex environment of business enterprises, yet offering consumer based experience similar to public Clouds.An important highlight that stands out prominently is the ability to perform product feature function upgrade without any impact to existing business workloads – is the single most important element when applying consistent user experience to both private and public deployment of cloud.Also known as smooth upgrade, when the process is being carried out, it has three major characteristics: business users are unaware of the upgrade, no data migration is required, and no service disruption. This means that all business activities running in the cloud, including the operations of the cloud platform continue as per normal during product upgrading i.e. just like a new energy vehicle being driven as usual when its system is being upgraded and the fact that you can make a call or use applications on your smartphone when you are upgrading its operating systems platform.The product portfolio belonging to EasyStack’s new-generation private Cloud not only offer public cloud like consumer based experience, but also meets stringent yet complex requirements in the context of private deployment. In the foreseeable future, the product will be further enhanced to cater to customer requirements with extended scenarios support, including integrating third-party solutions and leveraging the open source ecosystem with EasyStack innovative EVOLVABLE capability, thus contributing progressively and rapidly to the development of the global private cloud market. Now Move to Evolvable Private Cloud Product ECS, Courtesy EasyStack Sudipto GhoshJuly 11, 2019, 9:20 pmJuly 11, 2019 Cloud computingCloud ECSCloud Experiencecustomer dataEasyStackEVOLVABLEIBM RedhatInfrastructure as a ServiceNewsOracle CloudPublic Cloud Previous ArticleiSON Xperiences Commended by Frost & Sullivan for its Rapid Growth in the African BPO MarketNext ArticleSynup Announces New Executive Hires and Expansion in 2019last_img read more


Reviewed by James Ives, M.Psych. (Editor)Dec 18 2018A federal court ordered a Michigan-based food manufacturer to discontinue selling food products until the company complies with federal regulations and other requirements. This action follows several inspections conducted by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, which found Listeria monocytogenes (L. mono) in the company’s food preparation area.U.S. District Judge Paul L. Maloney for the Western District of Michigan entered a consent decree of permanent injunction on Nov. 30, 2018, between the U.S. and Saranac Brand Foods, and the company’s co-owners, Dennis M. Nowak and Daniel R. Nowak. Saranac Brand Foods specialized in manufacturing a variety of 35 different ready-to-eat foods including prepared salads, dips and sauces.The consent decree prohibits the defendants from receiving, preparing, processing, packing, holding, labeling and/or distributing foods at or from their facility, or any other facility, until certain requirements are met. The defendants told the court they discontinued all food operations in August 2018 and intend to dissolve the company. If the defendants choose to resume operations, the consent decree requires them to notify the FDA and take corrective actions before resuming operations.”The FDA and the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development have documented a pattern of food safety violations at this facility. The inappropriate and unsafe practices of Saranac Brand Foods. not only violated the law, but also put consumers in harm’s way,” said FDA Associate Commissioner for Regulatory Affairs Melinda Plaisier. “This type of behavior is unacceptable to the FDA and is why we took action to prevent the defendants from introducing contaminated or potentially contaminated food products into the marketplace.”Related StoriesLean manufacturing methods spur innovations in the testing of drug delivery devicesNew personalized prosthetic liners could help more amputees walk againResearchers improve training modules for future surgeons with 3D printingAccording to the complaint, filed by the U.S. Department of Justice on behalf of the FDA, FDA and state officials inspected the facility several times since 2012 and found L. mono in the facility during three separate inspections. The inspections also documented that the defendants were processing food under insanitary conditions, in violation of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FD&C Act). L. mono is a pathogenic bacterium that can cause listeriosis, a rare but potentially life-threatening illness. People with compromised immune systems, the elderly, pregnant women and developing fetuses are particularly susceptible to listeriosis.In August 2016, the FDA issued the defendants a Warning Letter, informing them of the L. mono contamination and objectionable conditions at the facility. The Warning Letter emphasized the serious nature of the deficiencies and stated that it was the defendants’ responsibility to ensure that their products comply with the FD&C Act. In November 2017, the FDA’s investigators issued the defendants a list of inspectional observations that identified insanitary conditions observed during a follow-up inspection.Consumers are encouraged to contact the FDA to report problems with any FDA-regulated products.The FDA, an agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, protects the public health by assuring the safety, effectiveness, and security of human and veterinary drugs, vaccines and other biological products for human use, and medical devices. The agency also is responsible for the safety and security of our nation’s food supply, cosmetics, dietary supplements, products that give off electronic radiation, and for regulating tobacco products. Source:https://www.fda.gov read more


first_imgGiriraj Singh   –  THE HINDU People who use derogatory language have no religion, says Nitish politics SHARE SHARE EMAIL COMMENTS Published oncenter_img SHARE June 05, 2019 The problems in the National Democratic Alliance’s Bihar chapter has taken a new turn over the controversy sparked by Giriraj Singh — Cabinet Minister in Narendra Modi government — who passed remarks against political leaders participating in Iftar parties.The relationship between both the parties had strained after the Janata Dal (United)’s decision not to join Modi’s Cabinet after it was denied three posts, including a Cabinet Ministry, in the council as demanded. The BJP was ready to give just one berth to the JD(U), which has 16 seats.In a sharp statement made on Wednesday, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said those who make unnecessary comments to remain in limelight have ‘no religion’. “I will not react to what he (Giriraj Singh) said. Some people, in order to remain in limelight, have developed a habit to say unnecessary things. “Such people have no religion as every religion preaches respect and love for each other,” he said after attending Eid celebrations at a mosque. “I wish people maintain brotherhood and peace across the nation. Everyone should pray for rains in Bihar as the State is likely to face severe drought. “We all should work together and not use derogatory language against each other. You can follow any religion but every religion preaches respect and love for each other. Those who do opposite of that, have no religion,” Kumar said.Controversial tweetOn Tuesday, Giriraj Singh had tweeted about the JD(U) chief, his Cabinet colleague and Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) supremo Ram Vilas Paswan and his son Chirag Paswan attending Iftar parties. “How beautiful the pictures would have been if such feasts with fruits were organised during Navaratri, too? Why are we going behind in observing religious festivities and engaging in show-offs?” he had said.Amit Shah intervenesBJP President Amit Shah reportedly pulled up Singh for making such comments. Shah reportedly told him to keep away from making controversial remarks.Singh’s remarks have irked not just the JD(U) and the LJP, but also his party leaders. State’s Deputy Chief Minister and senior BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi said he has been organising Iftaar parties for the last 25 years. “I have been hosting Iftaar parties for 25 years. I also organise Holi Milan feasts. Those who are taunting do not have the heart to offer a treat to people on Holi… How would they appreciate the catholicity of a Hindu hosting Iftaar party?” Sushil Modi said. COMMENTlast_img read more


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