Brides-to-be in India are worried before their wedding day and not because of the usual reason. This is the peak season for weddings in the country and things are not going well for them. One of them is Mansi Sharma, interviewee’s name was changed as requested, and she is quite concerned for her wedding day. The whole family of Sharma had to wrestle with banks because they are either close or crowded with customers. Not to mention the fact that their ATM transactions are only limited. The spare cash they have at home is not even big enough to be used for the wedding day. The relatives of Sharma are worried too.
According to the cousin of Sharma, Priyanka Shivan, weddings are already challenging as it is and now they have to add more worries because of the unnecessary trouble they have to go through. This is brought about by the crisis that impacted the citizens after the immediate decision of the Indian government to demonetize some of their currency notes such as Rs 500 and Rs 1,000.
She also added that the wedding business is now much unorganized. Cash is required for most of the transactions they have to deal with. Add the fact that guests are adding up to their daily costs and they have to spend more in order to buy milk and to do grocery shopping. The florists as well as the tent rental vendors require that cash should be paid to them. Their relatives including her parents thought that they will be able to withdraw cash and give cash as a gift. The sad news is that the currency is now worthless and just a piece of paper. Some people might not be able to understand unless they know everything about an Indian wedding.
According to wedding planners and vendors that are in the wedding industry, a wedding can only push through if there is enough cash because almost all payments need to be in cash and the government’s sudden ban of the currency is a shock to the industry.
Aside from being modest, his innovation and endless efforts, His Majesty the King is also known in the sporting world of sailing. Different news about him conquering the shores of Thailand and moving on to other parts of the globe.
What makes his sailing career most remarkable is that he is the one building his own boats starting from scratch and then he would take his finished boats for a test at the lake located near the Chitralada Palace. His workshop is a witness of the effort he put into making his own sailing dinghies based on the three different categories – international moth, international enterprise and international OK.
He built his first boat back in December 7, 1964 which belongs to the enterprise class and he called it Rajptain. He then modified it to fit the international category in order to participate at the race held in Pattaya going to Koh Larn. He was competing against the Duke of Edinburgh when he came to Thailand for a royal visit in 1965. On the very same day, he started constructing his second boat which he called AG and with the same class as the first one.
It was 1965 when he was able to build a boat with a class of international OK and he called it Navaruek. He started to work on other boats too such as Vega 1, Vega 2 and Vega 3. After which he decided to try building boats that are international moth class. He designed and constructed the nimble dinghies called Mod, Super Mod, Micro Mod in the years 1966 and 1967. He applied for a patent for his boat Mod in the office located in Britain.
Aside from being an expert in boat building, His Majesty is also known for his skills in sailing which has earned him the title accomplished sailor and sportsman. He was able to win various competitions with his boats and some of his medals he accomplished with his daughter.
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The Tribhuvan International Airport continues to have problems with its sorry runway conditions as well as the maintenance provided which is below standard. The management of the airport seems unfazed by the complaints of the major stakeholders of the airport including all its passengers and the airlines operating there.
It was just recently that the TIA management decided to purchase heavy equipment in their attempt to perform runway maintenance so that it will have better preparedness in times of disasters but it was all left unused after it has been bought. This only shows how extremely bad the management of the airport because no one is accountable for the purchase and the use of the equipment.
A statement from officials of TIA said that the disaster preparedness training that they had back in 2012 to 2013 covers the training of the personnel involved in major operations in terms of disaster management as well as the purchase of heavy duty equipment which will be used for maintenance. The training was held at the Pacific Disaster Center located in Hawaii.
According to TIA Civil Engineering Division’s official, the heavy equipment they have procured includes concrete saw and a mobile asphalt plant. The total purchase amount was almost 200 million Rs. It was said to be reserved as a method of disaster preparedness but it is still not used more than two years after it has been purchased and left out in the open.
The said equipment is able to produce hot-mix asphalt at a rate of six tons for every hour that will be very useful in case there is surface repairs needed on the runway right after natural disasters such as earthquakes.
A station manager working for an international airline questioned the move of the management, or the lack thereof, despite the fact that the airport’s current state is in a level of emergency.
The spokesperson of TIA, Prem Nath Thakur, said that technicians will be working on the runway but he added that he has no knowledge of existing equipment that is left unused inside the airport premises including concrete saw and asphalt plant.
In the state of New York, a new law was passed to order to provide better protection for employees who are prone to assault. The bill that has been signed into a law by Governor Andrew Cuomo elevates assault on certain public workers from misdemeanor to felony. The public workers who will be affected include utility workers, cleaners of stations and terminals and process servers, the court employees who are required to serve summonses and warrants to those who are involved in legal cases.
Several laws have been enacted into order to provide extra protection for other employee groups that include transit workers, emergency medical service providers and emergency medical service technicians. The bill was sponsored by State Senator William Larkin after a utility worker contacted him when he was violently attacked during the performance of his job.
Public workers are vital to the operations of most institutions in the New York state; however, these workers have become easy targets for aggression and assaults. News on the bill signing was received well by public workers. For example, when a utility worker enters a home alone, he is exposed to possible assault or harassment. Cleaners of subways and transportation facilities are exposed to many dangerous situations particularly when they work alone.
Process servers who are assigned to deliver warrants and summonses to defendants on a legal case are usually threatened if not assaulted while on the job. The law also aims to protect process servers from defendants who unleash or fail to control an animal to prevent a process serving or to retaliate against the individual.
No employee must work facing a threat of assault that is why legislation aims to ensure that the hardworking and dedicated workforce of the state of New York is given the proper protection under law.
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