The New Right-hand Men

first_imgWomen have always been powerful forces in Indian politics. Indira Gandhi was probably the most dominating prime minister the country has ever had. Today, her daughter-in-law, Congress Party President Sonia Gandhi, is the most powerful person in New Delhi, though she has no official role in the government.When it comes to business, however, women have had little opportunity — expected to move from the parental hearth to the husband’s home, rather than play any role in the company.Today, that is changing. Globalization, liberalization, the decay of the institution of marriage and a growing emphasis on education have helped to raise the status of women in family businesses. Roshni Nadar, 27, daughter of HCL Technologies founder Shiv Nadar, was appointed CEO of the group’s holding company in April. She has an MBA from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management and has worked with CNN in the United States and Sky News in the United Kingdom. Ashni Biyani, 24, daughter of Future Group (formerly Pantaloon) chief Kishore Biyani, has already joined the business. She won her academic spurs at Stanford. “Savvy girls in their twenties are new scions,” says The Economic Times, adding, “They are their fathers’ new right-hand men.” Among the others making headlines for winning senior positions in their groups are 26-year-old Lakshmi Venu (Yale and Warwick), daughter of TVS Motor supremo Venu Srinivasan; Divya Modi (Brunel University; University of Southern California), the 25-year-old daughter of B.K. Modi of the Spice Group; and the 28-year-old Devita Saraf (University of Southern California) of Zenith Computers, started by her father Raj Saraf.Having studied abroad is almost universally common. Many have also worked abroad before returning home to take up jobs with the family business. “Education and exposure have led to greater societal acceptance of women participating in various walks of life, including business,” says Pradeep Mukerjee, founder-director of Confluence Coaching & Consulting (CC&C), who earlier headed human resources for Citigroup in India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.“Perhaps the biggest change in the past couple of decades has been the increasing importance of educational qualifications,” says Sona Rajesh, practice head, organization effectiveness, at Tata Strategic Management Group. “The distinction between female and male members of a family is also going. More women are inheriting now than before.”Education was an escape route. In India, daughters of business families are still regarded as marriageable assets, useful for tying up business alliances. This is truer of smaller groups than large industrial houses. Young women are guarded all the way to the school or college gate by drivers and security personnel, and are picked up the same way. Once, it was simply tradition; today the excuse is kidnapping and terror threats.Breaking Through the Periphery“Women who go abroad to study develop a mind of their own,” says Mukerjee of CC&C. “Work broadens this further. In India, they would only be permitted in peripheral roles such as CSR [corporate social responsibility] in the family business. What happened in the West as an economic necessity post-World War — that is, greater economic participation of women in society due to sheer lack of manpower — is happening here because of education and greater exposure to the West.” India is not a unique case, but some factors are peculiar to the country. The law on the Hindu Undivided Family (HUF) is one. The Hindu Succession (Amendment) Act of 2005 removed gender discrimination with regard to inheritance in Hindu joint families. Previously, only the male line, to great-grandson, had inheritance rights. “The trend of daughters inheriting family businesses picked up steam after 2005 when the HUF succession norms were amended and girls were allowed to inherit equal shares in family businesses,” says B.K. Modi of Spice Group. Modi has kept a 51% stake in the Spice Group, giving 24% to his daughter Divya and 25% to his son Dilip, who is the elder of the two. “I have always been a vocal proponent for equal rights for daughters,” Modi says. The one-percentage-point difference in holdings can be attributed to a difference in age. Dilip is 35 and Divya 25. Divya has just stepped in, while Dilip has helped run group companies for several years. (Eldest daughter Ritika is managing her own business with her husband, Nikhil Rungta.)“It was only in 2006 that I decided to join the group full-time, at which time I went back to school to professionally train myself and get further educated in order to take on greater responsibilities within the group,” Divya Modi told The Economic Times. “We aspire to be a $10 billion group in the future and I would like to play my part in making that happen by creating value in the areas of business that I’m focusing on — innovative technologies and finance.”While culture often keeps equity holdings in the male line, daughters aren’t sent to their husband’s home empty-handed. In poor rural households, a tree is planted when a daughter is born. By the time she is of marriageable age, the tree is cut down to sell. In business households, they plant a subsidiary that is often handed over as a “dowry.”Globalization and liberalization have also played a role in the emancipation of women in business families. So has the decay in the institution of marriage and the acceptance of divorce — which means a son-in-law isn’t necessarily for life. Many women now keep their own names, so the family doesn’t lose its identity after marriage. “All these explanations find merit in different contexts,” says K. Ramachandran, associate dean and Thomas Schmidheiny chair professor of family business and wealth management at the Hyderabad-based Indian School of Business (ISB). “The entry of women is recognition of a social change from two angles: one, acceptance of the potential of women, and two, ensuring that ownership and control do not go away even if there are in-law problems.“Besides, there is greater recognition that women are equally capable of managing the ‘rough’ world of business,” Ramachandran continues. “There is also a huge change in attitude toward girls, with the number of children in any family coming down. Families sometimes have only one or two girls. I do not say that it is newfound love for daughters but realization of an opportunity to share parental wealth among all children independent of gender.”“Family businesses in India have been changing,” says Harsh Mariwala, chairman of fast-moving consumer goods manufacturer Marico Ltd. “New generations bring discontinuity, often altering the direction of the business; the open environment and increased competition have also helped create this change. There is no one model of managing succession.” Mariwala’s children — Rajvi, 29, and Rishabh, 28 — joined the business a few years ago. The Marico chairman is unequivocal that his is a professionally managed company with a clear separation between ownership and management.At the Avantha Group, chairman Gautam Thapar — who has two daughters — is installing a structure that will allow his children to manage their wealth without interfering with the day-to-day running of the company. “The best that I can do for them is to leave them with a structure and people that allow them to do that,” he says. “If they’re interested in running a business day-to-day, then they will have to go through the grind.”Thrust into the Spotlight For some business families, the process of turning to women started because they had no choice. Sushma Berlia, president of the Apeejay Stya Group, says, “My father wanted to retire and there was nobody else. Being the only child, I had no option but to take over the reins.” Berlia, who has run the show for nearly 20 years, says she “accompanied my father to work from a very early age. I am doing the same with my children.” Her eldest son is already in the business. Her daughter and younger son are studying management in the United States. Will her daughter inherit? “Yes, as far as the family wealth is concerned,” Berlia responds. “But it is up to her to decide how much she wants to be part of the family business.”At Thermax, the Pune-based boiler manufacturer, Arnavaz “Anu” Aga was thrust into leadership when her husband and then her brother died. The company was originally floated by A.S. Bathena, Anu Aga’s father. Anu married Rohinton Aga. (Today, Rohinton Aga — not Bathena — is considered the founder of the company.) Anu Aga was not involved in running the business until Rohinton suffered a heart attack in 1982. “My father had brought her into the company after his first heart attack in 1982, but in human resources,” says Anu and Rohinton Aga’s daughter Meher Pudumjee. Rohinton died of another heart attack in 1996. Within a year, Pudumjee’s brother and Thermax heir apparent Kurush died in a road accident. Anu Aga landed in the hot seat. “There was no succession plan in place then,” Pudumjee says. “My mother had to take over in circumstances that were not so good, and had a rough time.”While Anu Aga, despite being the owner’s daughter, had never been trained to take over, it’s been different for Pudumjee. A post-graduate in chemical engineering at the Imperial College in London, she’s been given a proper education. She’s also been given proper training; Pudumjee joined Thermax as a trainee engineer in August 1990. She managed Thermax’s U.K. subsidiary before joining the board of directors in 1996. She’s had stints in treasury and working capital management. In October 2004, she took over as chairperson on the retirement of Anu Aga. “My mother didn’t want me to go through the same difficulties, which is why she decided to bring me in properly,” Pudumjee says. “We were all prepared for me to become chairperson. Most important, I was prepared. My mother did a lot of hand-holding before she handed over the reins. That’s very necessary. Every business family must have proper succession planning, just as in professional management.”In more recent times, daughters have not just inherited the business, they’ve been deeply involved in running it. At Apollo Hospitals, founder Prathap C. Reddy recently appointed his eldest daughter Preetha Reddy, 53, as his successor. She is managing director of the group. Her three sisters — Suneeta Reddy, 51, Shobana Kamineni, 48, and Sangita Reddy, 47 — are also directors and very much hands-on.Earlier this year, Jayanti Chauhan, 24, joined her father’s business Parle Bisleri. Dad Ramesh Chauhan is best known for building cola brand Thums Up, which he later sold to Coca-Cola. (Thums Up remains the leading cola brand in India, despite all-out efforts to establish Coke.)At Parle Agro, meanwhile, the daughters of Ramesh Chauhan’s brother Prakash are running the business. Eldest daughter Schauna, 33, is CEO. Her sisters Alisha, 31, and Nadia, 23, are directors. Alisha had wanted to run a chain of health and fitness centers on her own. But that has been brought into the Parle fold.For Sminu Jindal, 34, managing director of tubular pipe company Jindal SAW (her father, Prithvi Jindal, is vice chairman), joining the firm was a matter of choice. “Neither of my two sisters have followed suit,” she says. “They have opted to become homemakers instead.” Though married, Jindal still goes by her maiden name and corrects you if you refer to her as “Mrs.”A Question of First Roles The arrival of the woman inheritor has raised issues including the question of the entry point. In an earlier generation, the scions in most business families came in right at the top. “There was very little training for family members,” says Adi Godrej, chairman of the multi-product Godrej Group. Today it is considered necessary for a son to do a tour of the shop floor or its equivalent. But in most companies this is a male-dominated area. Whether a daughter, qualified engineer though she may be, should operate a lathe is a delicate question. Women often, however, are placed in areas such as marketing and finance. Godrej’s daughter Tanya, the oldest in the fourth generation, is responsible for marketing, media and running the Godrej brand. “Looking after the brand is a job well suited to a family member,” Adi Godrej says. This group has managed succession successfully for several generations so it knows the pitfalls. But some critics see women being placed in marketing and finance as just another form of discrimination.The initial training ground is another matter of debate. “In many foreign family companies, family members work outside the firm,” Godrej says. “That was quite uncommon in India until five or 10 years ago. I never worked outside the Godrej group, and when my three children were ready to start working, I thought they would learn more here than in any other company. Today my views have changed. Some experience of working in a company where you are not associated with the owners — especially in the period between undergraduate and MBA study — is good. The feedback I receive from friends whose children have worked this way has also been very positive.”N.R. Narayana Murthy, cofounder and chief mentor of Infosys Technologies, has changed his views on a related issue. He once believed that no family member of an Infosys founder should join the company. “Over the past five years, after discussions with many people whose wisdom I respect, I have realized that this is not a fair stand to take. I realize that it is not correct to prevent any individual from adding value to any organization. As long as there is merit in the individual and the due process is followed and as long as the person whose children are being considered is not part of the decision-making, I am okay with it.” So is his venture-capitalist daughter Akshata, who recently married a former Stanford classmate, about to join Infosys? “I am not talking with respect to my children but generally as a matter of principle,” Murthy responds. It will be up to Akshata herself — and the people at Infosys in charge of hiring. The environment has changed, but it will always be up to the woman herself to make the choice. Mukerjee of CC&C says due credit must be given. “Women are today more determined to make a mark for themselves,” he says. “They are a lot more career-oriented than in the past and more assertive about their rights and status.”Ramachandran of ISB says that business families must change with the times. “In any case, it is important for families to discuss and arrive at norms that are in tune with the realities of the day. Traditions should be adapted according to the times.”   Related Itemslast_img read more

Traffic Advisory Cape Breton Regional Municipality

first_imgCAPE BRETON REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Highway 125, Cowbay Road Bridge Highway 125, between Exit 8, George Street, and Grand Lake Road will be closed from 11 p.m. on Monday, Sept 19, until 5 a.m. Tuesday, Sept 20, for installation of girders on Cowbay Road Bridge. Traffic control people are on site. -30-last_img

Ban stresses role of Group of 77 developing nations in advancing UN

28 September 2010From achieving global anti-poverty targets to tackling climate change and other critical environmental issues, the bloc of developing nations known as the “Group of 77 and China” has a vital role to play in ensuring progress on a host of priorities on the United Nations agenda, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said today. From achieving global anti-poverty targets to tackling climate change and other critical environmental issues, the bloc of developing nations known as the “Group of 77 and China” has a vital role to play in ensuring progress on a host of priorities on the United Nations agenda, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said today. “In all of these challenges, the strong leadership of the Group of 77 and China will be crucial,” Mr. Ban underscored at the Group’s annual ministerial meeting, which took place at UN Headquarters on the margins of the high-level debate of the General Assembly. “Your varied experiences… your rich perspectives all combine to enhance our debates and ensure that we build sustainable solutions for all,” he added.The Group, commonly known as the G77, was established in 1964 by 77 States but now represents more than 130 countries, usually including China. Its chairmanship is currently held by Yemen.Mr. Ban outlined the important role played by the Group in several areas, including their “crucial” participation in last week’s summit on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) – the targets to slash hunger, poverty, disease and a host of other social and economic ills by 2015.The active engagement of the G77 is also vital, he said, on sustainable development issues and in setting a clear, strong agenda for the UN Conference on Sustainable Development to be held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 2012 – also called Rio+20.“In the long-term, all governments must work to build environmentally friendly foundations of national economies,” added the Secretary-General.He also cited the critical leadership of the G77 when it comes to reaffirming the role of the UN in global governance, a central theme of the Assembly’s current session.“Nothing matches the legitimacy and global presence of the United Nations,” said Mr. Ban. “We have the widest membership and can ensure that the smallest and least powerful nations retain a voice in international rules and decisions.”Assembly President Joseph Deiss also underscored the vital role of the Group in working together in shaping better global governance.“The strength of your group is not only in size – that represents almost two-thirds of the United Nations membership and which spans across world regions. Many members of your group are also increasingly being recognized as emerging economic powers,” he told the meeting.Mr. Deiss noted that for many years the G77 has been an important driving force of many global economic and development issues on the Assembly’s agenda, adding that the worldwide attention paid today to the MDGs and the issue of financing for development is due to the perseverance of the Group. read more

Fonseka warns terror threat still not eliminated

Fonseka said that the defence establishment must be strengthened to counter the threat.He also castigated the President for some of the decisions he had taken in the recent past. He also said that information passed on to him showed that the threat from the Easter Sunday bombers has not been completely extinguished. Former Army Commander and United National Party Parliamentarian Sarath Fonseka today warned in Parliament that he does not feel the threat posed by terrorism to Sri Lanka has been completely eliminated.Fonseka slammed the statement made by President Maithripala Sirisena in Parliament yesterday where he had claimed that the threat had been mostly eliminated. The former Army Commander said that more needs to be done to fully eliminate the threat. Responding to a question raised by opposition Parliamentarian Wimal Weerawansa on why he supported Sirisena to be President in 2015, Fonseka said that he was never in support of the decision to nominate Sirisena as the common candidate in 2015.He said that former President Chandrika Kumaratunga had led the process to make Sirisena the Presidential candidate in 2015 and once the United National Party had agreed he had no choice but to support the decision taken by the party. (Colombo Gazette) read more

Brock students protest over universitys sexual violence policy

A group of students at Brock University are calling for a overhaul of the University’s sexual violence policy.It comes after a published report revealed that a Brock University Professor allegedly sexually harassed one of his female students, who then after reporting the incident to the University was told to keep quiet.Brock University President, Jack Lightstone was greeted by over 60 angry protestors.It was Lightstone’s first public appearance since the University came under fire over a sexual harassment case involving a student and professor.According to a published report, the former Brock student says a history professor gave her alcohol and tried to force himself on her in his office after a night of drinking with fellow students.That professor is David Schimmelpenninck Van Der Oye.Up until last week, the professor was teaching classes.While no charges have been laid according to Brock, Schimmelpenninck Van Der Oye is no longer assigned to a class or on campus.He is the acting Associate Dean of Graduate Studies and Research in Brock’s Humanities Department.Protestors are asking the University to take it one step further and have the professor resign from his post.The protestors say the University dropped the ball numerous times in handling this case.They say the Professor should have been immediately placed on paid leave until the investigation was completed.The investigation wrapped up in January.While Brock was one of the first universities in Canada to have protocols confronting sexual violence, some staff believe the policies need to change.In a statement released late in Tuesday, the university says, ” Brock has been receptive to, and mindful of, all concerns raised about how we have responded to this issue, and the university will be reviewing its current policies and processes.” read more

Alaska News Nightly Tuesday August 11 2015

first_imgFeds Move to Protect Polar Bear HabitatAssociated PressThe federal government wants to push ahead with its plan to designate a huge swath of the Arctic as critical habitat for endangered polar bears over the wishes of the state of Alaska and trade associations.M/V Challenger and barge overturned in Nushagak near KokwokDave Bedinger, KDLG – DillinghamA 45-foot vessel and barge overturned and sunk in the Nushagak River Sunday. The tug and barge, operated by Anchorage-based Ridge Contracting, was hauling scrap cars from the village of New Stuyahok downriver to Dillingham.Visa-Free Travel to Russia Reinstated for Eligible Alaska NativesEmily Russell, KNOM – NomeVisa-free travel for Alaska Natives with ties across the Bering Strait has been reinstated after being banned for more than three years.AG Rejects Cook Inlet Gas Facility Sale, Calls for RevisionDan Bross, KUAC – FairbanksAlaska Attorney General Craig Richards has rejected the proposed sale of a Cook Inlet natural gas processing facility that’s targeted for expansion to produce more gas for Fairbanks.Juneau Assembly Relaxes Child Care Facility RestrictionsJeremy Hsieh, KTOO – JuneauAttendance was thin at Monday’s Juneau Assembly meeting, but at least one parent and one prospective child care provider in the audience were elated.Why SEARHC Thinks Paying for 8 Weeks of Parental Leave Will Save MoneyLisa Phu, KTOO – JuneauA Southeast health provider has adopted what may be the most progressive parental leave policy in Alaska. At least two experts say they don’t know of another employer in the state with a comparable benefit.New York-Based Investors Buy Majority Stake in RavnBen Matheson, KYUK – BethelNew York investors are now majority owners of the Ravn Air group, which mostly serves rural Alaska.Hull Crack Forces Ferry Aurora Out of Service Early for RepairsEd Schoenfeld, CoastAlaska – JuneauThe ferry Aurora is out of service a week earlier than expected. A small crack was found last week in its hull. The Coast Guard ordered repairs be made before it resumes passenger service on its Prince William Sound route.Southeast Tourism Economy Hinged on Cruise Ship TravelEmily Files, KHNS – HainesThe Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development released a report this week that puts tourism’s impact on Southeast Alaska into numbers. The report calls Southeast the ‘epicenter’ of cruise ship traffic in the state – and that’s the main driver of the visitor industry.Alaska Greats ‘Portugal. The Man’ To Rock AK State FairLori Townsend, APRN – AnchorageDave Waldron, APRN – AnchorageGetting an internationally successful rock band to play in Alaska is tough, but when the Alaska State Fair gets underway later this month, one of the performing groups will be playing for a home town crowd. Stories are posted on the APRN news page. You can subscribe to APRN’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at and on Twitter @aprn.Download Audiolast_img read more

Molla Jalal new BFUJ president

first_imgMolla Jalal declares BFUJ president. Photo: UNBMolla Jalal of news agency NNB was elected president of a faction of Bangladesh Federal Union of Journalists (BFUJ), reports UNB.Chief election commissioner Alamgir Hossain came up with the announcement at the Jatiya Press Club at 12:30pm on Saturday.Although the election was held on 13 July, the results of the president post remained pending as the presidential candidates sought recounting of the votes of the post.Before formal announcement of the results today, the votes were recounted in presence of the three candidates vied for the post of president.Molla Jalal bagged 974 votes while Omar Faruk of BSS 972 votes and Abdul Jalil Bhuyian of The Daily Star 733 votes.Syed Ishtiaque Reza of GTV and Reaz Haider Chowdhury of Bangladesh Pratidin (Chattogram) were elected vice presidents while Shaban Mahmud of Bangladesh Pratidin and Dip Azad of Nagorik TV were elected secretary general and treasurer respectively.Besides, Abdul Majid and Mohsin Quazi (Chattogram) were elected joint secretaries general, while Barun Bhowmick Nayan was elected office secretary.Sheikh Mamunur Rashid, Nure Jannat Akhter Sima, Sebika Rani and Khairuzzaman Kamal were elected executive committee members of the BFUJ.last_img read more

11 ways video games can make you a better person

first_imgEven though video games are one of the most profitable sections of the entertainment industry, they still get a bad rap. Ask most people and they’ll tell you that gaming is a waste of time at best and actively harmful at worst. While that might be true in some cases — nobody is going to argue that playing World of Warcraft until you have to poop in a sock so you don’t stop playing for bathroom breaks is a good idea — there’s a growing body of research that indicates that gaming might actually help you improve yourself. How, though?Help you deal with distractionsWhen you play a first-person shooter like Call of Duty, you can’t just focus on what’s in your crosshairs. A true gamer knows that awareness of the entire battlefield is essential to victory. Science backs that up, too. University of Geneva professor Daphne Bavelier has studied the effects that gaming has on your brain, and she’s discovered that fast-paced action games can lead to an increase in multitasking capabilities. Because gamers have to receive and process visual and auditory information quickly, it’s easier for you to divide your attention without losing steam.Slow the aging processWhat if playing video games could actually keep you young? It’s more likely than you think. A 2013 study at the University of Iowa recruited a group of senior citizens and had some play a specially-designed game that focused on testing the speed and precision of their brain. The point was to see if gaming was able to stop or slow down the natural degradation of reasoning ability that comes with age. Luckily for all of us, it was — the gamers saw improvement across the board, with participants displaying three year’s worth of cognitive gains after a year. Game on, friends.Reduce emotional scarringThe effects video games have on the brain are myriad and complex, but one little-known benefit to gaming is that it can actually help damp down traumatic memories. A study at Oxford University examined the effects of playing Tetris after an intense experience, and found that it significantly reduced the emotional impact of the trauma. The study took a group of people and showed them violent and otherwise painful images, then had half of the subjects play Tetris for 10 minutes immediately afterwards. The game players reported significantly fewer flashbacks and emotional disruptions in the following weeks.Help scientists solve problemsOkay, so this one doesn’t directly help you as a person, but advancing the world of science helps us all. There are a number of online games that let you perform fun tasks to help researchers. One notable is Foldit, a project developed by the University of Washington that lets you get microscopic and fold proteins. You get points for finding the most efficient folding steps, and the results have already been awesome — in 2011, Foldit players found the crystal structure of a virus that causes AIDS in monkeys, and in 2014 they efficiently redesigned an important protein used in synthetic chemistry.Make you a better surgeonNo, playing Surgeon Simulator 2013 isn’t the same as going to medical school, but a study conducted by Beth Israel and the National Institute on Media and the Family at Iowa State University in 2004 shows that gamers might actually be better at performing operations. The subjects were all doctors, some of whom were asked to play three hours of video games a week. At the end of the study, the gaming doctors were evaluated and found to be making 37 percent less mistakes in laparoscopic surgery and getting the surgeries done 27 percent faster. That’s a remarkable improvement.Get rid of cravingsSure, playing video games isn’t the most productive thing you could be doing, but they could be keeping you from even worse stuff. A team from Plymouth University and Queensland University of Technology conducted a study in 2015 where they asked subjects to send text messages when they were craving alcohol, food, sex or cigarettes. Half of them were instructed to then play a video game for three minutes and then re-check their craving levels. Gamers reported an average decrease of 13.9% across the board, indicating that a quick game can give you the willpower to fight your cravings.Help you fight depressionAs we get more and more familiar with the workings of the human brain, we learn about what games are doing to them. A study revealed that two regions of the brain receive near-constant stimulation when you game: the hippocampus, which controls memory and learning, and the “reward pathways” that help us motivate and achieve goals. Interestingly enough, people suffering from depression commonly have brain shrinkage in both of those areas. Gaming can quite possibly produce the brain activity needed to eliminate this physical effect and mitigate the biochemical causes of being depressed.Improve your eyesightThe prevailing wisdom is that staring at a video screen for a long period of time is bad for your eyes, but a study conducted by Canada’s McMaster University seems to indicate the opposite. Researchers took a group of people with lifetime cataract disorders and had them play Medal of Honor for a month, insisting that they log at least 40 hours of play during that time. After the month was up, 83% of the subjects displayed a marked increase in their visual abilities, including tracking moving objects and identifying faces.Make you morally consciousOne of the biggest arguments against violent video games is that they desensitize us to real-world violence and turn us into robotic killing machines. A 2014 study from the University of Buffalo came to the counter-intuitive conclusion that behaving badly in video games can actually make us morally upright, not the other way around. The researchers had players deliberately take “bad” actions in video games (i.e. playing as terrorists) and then measured their feelings of guilt afterwards. The subjects reported increased guilt feelings as well as more sensitivity towards positive moral concepts like fairness after playing.Improve decision makingWhen you game, you’re asked to evaluate situations at incredible speeds, and that rapid decision-making can have benefits in real life. A study at the University of Rochester evaluated those quick decisions and discovered that even though gamers are processing situations faster than the average Joe, the quality of those decisions was still high. The test group was divided into two groups. One played fast-paced games like Unreal Tournament, the other slow games like The Sims. Both groups were then tested on their decision-making skills. The fast game crowd consistently answered faster, but at the same level of accuracy.Make you richOne of the most inexplicable developments in gaming culture over the last few years has been the rise of “Let’s Players,” men and women who record or live stream their gaming to a devoted audience that hangs onto their every move. While only a small fraction of LPers make a living off of it, the upper echelon can rake in some serious cash. Minecraft player Jordan “CaptainSparklez” Maron made enough from his YouTube videos that he bought a $4.5 million mansion in the Hollywood hills.So, next time your parent or significant other isn’t too happy you’re playing games all night, either go out with them and enjoy time with the people you care about, or let them know that you’re bettering yourself and the world, and they want to live in a better world, right?last_img read more

Fallout 4 official mod support finally coming to PC PS4 and Xbox

first_imgPlayers on PC have been modding Fallout 4 ever since it was released last November. We’ve seen a lot of wild stuff coming from some creative folks out there, things like Randy Savage monsters, lightsaber mods, changing seasons, and even a recreation of BioShock Infinite’s Columbia. We’re about to see a whole slew of new mods as Bethesda is officially releasing the Creation Kit and mod tools to the public.While speaking to Game Informer after the DICE Awards ceremony, Executive Director Todd Howard revealed Bethesda’s plans for releasing the Creation Kit. The PC will be the first to get official mod support in April in-between two of the upcoming DLCs: Wasteland Workshop and Far Harbor. As for when the consoles will get mod support, expect the Xbox One to get it in May followed by the PlayStation 4 in June.Users will be able to search for mods on PC using the Workshop browser on Steam. No word yet on how players will be able to search for mods on consoles. We also don’t know how this content will be curated by Bethesda. Some of the mods could potentially impact the performance of the game, not to mention be extremely NSFW, so we have to assume Bethesda will have a system in place to filter through this content.It’s great to see that modding is no longer relegated to the PC crowd, and that console-only owners can get in on the fun. Expect to see some outlandish Fallout 4 mods in the coming months.last_img read more

Does Our High School Popularity Affect Us Today

first_img Read the whole story: TEDx Psychologist Mitch Prinstein talks about why we are biologically programmed to care about what others think of us, why teenagers first become addicted to popularity, and why being “cool” in high school may be bad for our long-term happiness and success. For the first time in the history of the human species, Prinstein argues, we have become confused about two different types of popularity, and many of us may unwittingly be focused on the wrong one. Mitch Prinstein, author of “Popular: Finding Happiness and Success in a World That Cares Too Much About the Wrong Kinds of Relationships,” is a board-certified clinical child and adolescent psychologist and the John Van Seters Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He has been the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, the President of the Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology, President of the Society for Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, and a member of the American Psychological Association Board of Directors. He and his research have been featured in over 200 international and national media outlets, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, National Public Radio, The Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, CNN, Time magazine, New York magazine, The Atlantic, Scientific American, Forbes, Newsweek, Family Circle and elsewhere.last_img read more

Lasec Community Fair a huge success

first_imgThe Lasec Community Fair took place on Saturday at the Ladysmith Secondary School premises in Drividian Road.The fair was geared for the whole family to enjoy.There were many performers and entertainers in a well-planned programme that kept everyone busy.A star-studded attraction was the Lasec-Masons Power Car Sound and Show ‘n Shine Competition. Many car enthusiasts showed off their slick cars and “banging” sound.Family entertainment included lots of nostalgic and interactive games where you could win great prizes.The fair ended late Saturday night, with DJs ensuring that the crowd danced the evening away.DID YOU KNOW?Click on the words highlighted in red to read more on this and related topics.If you are reading this on your cellphone and there are telephone numbers provided in the text, you can call these simply by clicking on them.To receive news links via WhatsApp.For the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter  why not join us there? WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsitelast_img read more

UNESCO declares Costa Ricas Savegre a Biosphere Reserve

first_imgRelated posts:Alleged gold miners camp outside Corcovado National Park, demand compensation  Alleged gold miners end protest at Corcovado National Park Costa Rican court orders effective protection for Corcovado National Park Health Ministry extends deadline to perform improvements at Manuel Antonio UNESCO’s International Coordinating Council of the Man and the Biosphere Programme, which is meeting this week in Paris, added Costa Rica’s Savegre Reserve to its World Network of Biosphere Reserves, along with 22 other reserves in other countries.Located in the Central Pacific, Savegre is home to incredible biodiversity. According to the National System of Conservation Areas (SINAC), it has 20 percent of Costa Rica’s flora, 54 percent of the country’s mammals, and 59 percent of birds.The territory, now the Savegre Biosphere Reserve, spans 312,914 hectares, and is also home to some 50,000 people. They subsist primarily on agriculture, livestock and fishing. Eco-tourism, as well as sustainable aquaculture businesses, have gained momentum in recent years in the region.President Luis Guillermo Solís in 2015 signed an executive decree banning dams from the Savegre River for 25 years.According to SINAC, the Savegre Biosphere Reserve territory includes seven protected areas: Manuel Antonio National Park, Cerro Nara Protected Area, Portalón Wildlife Refuge, Hacienda Barú Wildlife Refuge, Los Santos Forest Reserve, Quetzales National Park and Cerro Vueltas Biological Reserve.Fourth Biosphere ReserveSavegre’s new designation brings the number of UNESCO’s Biosphere Reserves in Costa Rica to four. However, this is the first to include coastal marine areas, consisting of sections of Manuel Antonio National Park in the Pacific province of Puntarenas.Costa Rica’s previously named UNESCO Biosphere Reserves include La Amistad National Park, named in 1982; the Central Volcanic Range, named in 1988; and the Agua y Paz Reserve in the Northern Zone, named in 2007.Biosphere Reserves are learning territories for sustainable development that seek to reconcile biodiversity conservation and the sustainable use of natural resources. New sites are designated every year by the MAB Council, which is composed of representatives of 34 elected UNESCO Members.The declaration of a Biosphere Reserve does not represent any substantial changes for the communities. It does not restrict people’s rights to the use of their lands, nor to the use of the area’s natural resources.The government, however, must ensure that the reserve maintains all the characteristics that made the UNESCO designation possible. Facebook Commentslast_img read more

Qantas aims to end passenger disruptions within day

first_imgSource = e-Travel Blackboard: G.A As it intensively inspects its A380 fleet’s Rolls Royce engines, Qantas is hoping to recover operations and put an end to “significant disruptions” within 24 hours.Following from three mid-air emergencies last week that saw the grounding of Qantas’s fleet, Qantas has admittedly taken an “over-cautious” view of safety, unwilling to return its A380 fleet to service “until confident the issues have been identified and resolved”.Qantas does not expect to operate the A380 fleet for at least another 72 hours, Qantas said in a statement yesterday, adding that the addition of extra services should lessen disruptions to passengers within a day.To service passengers affected by disruptions to Qantas services, the airline has scheduled extra services from Los Angeles and hope that a departure from LAX on 8 November (PST) will clear a backlog of Australia-bound passengers.“A Special Assistance Team has been deployed to Los Angeles to assist,” the statement read.Passengers affected by the A380 disruptions will be compensated by Qantas and provided with hotel accommodation, meals and international phone calls.“Qantas has been very professional,” a Sydney travel agent told e-Travel Blackboard after speaking to a recently returned client.“Apparently ground staff were very helpful and informative.”The much beleaguered Qantas advised that investigations were focusing on “the possibility of an oil leakage in the relevant turbine area”, but to avoid further issues Qantas will continue to investigate other areas of the engine. “Engineers have been investigating the engines in detail and how their components and design perform under operational conditions, as opposed to the original out-of-factory expectations,” Qantas said.“These inspections are taking place in Sydney and Los Angeles with Qantas engineers working closely with Rolls-Royce, as well as the aircraft manufacturer Airbus and Australian regulators.”last_img read more

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first_imgOTM is a very useful fair because it creates goodwill and bridges the gap between people from different countries, and different tourist destinations.  Bangladesh shares with India common literature, culture as well as tradition.  In future too Bangladesh will participate in OTM which plays a very important role.last_img

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first_imgArizona Cardinals defensive tackle Red Bryant (71) lines up against the Green Bay Packers during an NFL football game, Sunday, Dec. 27, 2015, in Glendale, Ariz. (Jeff Haynes/AP Images for Panini) “It was going to be the first time in seven years me and my wife were going to spend Thanksgiving with my family,” Bryant told Burns and Gambo Friday on Arizona Sports 98.7 FM. “I wasn’t hunting, I was actually in the process of helping my mom get a vehicle. I was in a little town called Silsbee, Texas.“I got a call, I was at the dealership, and they said they wanted to see what I had been doing,” he added. “I said I was really contemplating retiring and that I thought I was done. They asked me what my weight was: I said at the time was probably about 335, 330.”In “All or Nothing,” a scene shows Cardinals general manager Steve Keim tell president Michael Bidwill his staff was looking into bringing Bryant in for a workout. McDonough later reminds Keim it’s the day before Thanksgiving.“That’ll determine whether he really wants to play football,” Keim tells McDonough.Twenty minutes later, McDonough returns to tell Keim that Bryant has one change of clothes but is driving to an airport for a workout early Thanksgiving morning.“That’s awesome. I mean this is freakin’ Thanksgiving,” Bidwill says. Adds McDonough: “He said, ‘I don’t need the money, I want to play because it’s the Cardinals.’ I thought that was pretty good.”Turns out Bryant was actually close not to taking the flight.The Cardinals can thank Bryant’s wife for pushing him to jump on the plane.“I kind of hesitated because I was like, I didn’t want to come and then not be prepared for the opportunity,” Bryant told Burns and Gambo. “That’s the worst thing you could do. My wife was like, ‘Babe … I really think you should go.’ I just feel like Coach Arians by giving me that opportunity when I thought I was done with football, I can’t begin to tell you how grateful I am for the opportunity.”The 32-year-old Bryant is still with the Cardinals, busy making violent hits — in coverage, even — during training camp. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo 0 Comments   Share   Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling – / 18 LISTEN: Red Bryant, Cardinals’ Defensive Tackle Top Stories Your browser does not support the audio element. Veteran defensive lineman Red Bryant wasn’t hunting in the woods when the Arizona Cardinals called in the middle of the 2015 season.The game of telephone captured in Episode 4 of the Amazon documentary series “All or Nothing” might have hinted at that assumption.Bryant cleared that up but did confirm he was thinking about stepping away from the NFL when Arizona vice president of player personnel Terry McDonough gave him a ring the day before Thanksgiving 2015. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retireslast_img read more

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