Sign up for Junior Achievement JA

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Recommended for you Related Items:chamber of commerce, JA, Junior Achievement, wendy hill Chamber of Commerce blind-sided to Work Permit changes Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 08 Oct 2014 – 15-19 year olds have until Friday to join Junior Achievement (JA)… now when the teenagers sign up, they can stay in the programme because of the switch from the British style to the American format for the youth business mentorship program… Wendy Hill of the Chamber of Commerce said the program will this year likely add South Caicos and continue for North and Middle Caicos as Junior Achievement spreads across the archipelago. Bahamas Junior Achievement Leader in country for meeting Employment Ministry launches consultation for new Employment lawslast_img read more

City gears up for film fest with robots and droids

first_imgBringing a world of artificial intelligence and robots from the canvas of cinema, a three-day Artificial Intelligence Film Festival will be held here from September 17.The festival, being held in collaboration with Cinedarbaar, will show six science-fiction films that bring stories of robots and technology which will be followed by interactive sessions and robotic workshops at the American Center Auditorium (US Embassy) here, read a statement. The Day The Earth Stood Still, which stars Michael Rennie, Patricia Neal and Hugh Marlowe, will open the festival with its intriguing storyline about the alien landing and how the people of Earth fight for survival.  Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’The closing film will be Chappie, featuring Sharlto Copley, Dev Patel and Hugh Jackman. With a futuristic setting, the film takes cinema-goers to a world where crime is patrolled by an oppressive mechanised police force. It narrates the story of a police droid, Chappie, which is stolen and is re-programmed, making him the first robot with the ability to think and feel for himself. The film highlights measures taken by humans to safeguard their existence. Other films that will be screened are A Space Odyssey, Star Wars, Blade Runner and Robocop.  Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixSpeakers are also invited to be part of discussion with the audience after the film’s screening. Bijoy Philip, who is a doctoral scholar at the department of cinema studies at Jawaharlal Nehru University, will speak on the history of fictional robots in American cinema on the opening day of the festival.  The entry to the festival is free and is on first-come first-served basis. The entry is open for the general public, but by invitation only.last_img read more

Police arrest 7 persons seize weapons ammo

first_imgKolkata: Howrah City Police have nabbed seven persons and seized many weapons on Monday night from two separate places.Two cases have been initiated at the Nischinda police station and Chatterjeehat police station in this regard. According to the police, on Tuesday night sleuths from Nischinda police station got a tip-off about a few persons, who were seen roaming suspiciously in the area. The police approached them, these persons tried to escape from the area on a yellow taxi and a private car. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataBut, before they could give a slip to the police, sleuths surrounded them. All of them were immediately detained. During frisking of their vehicles, police found like one sword, bamboo sticks, one dagger, one country-made shooter firearm and two live ammunition mark 8 mm. All six of them immediately arrested under IPC Sections 399 (making preparation to commit dacoity), 402 (assembling for purpose of committing dacoity), and 25 (possessing of fire arms) and 27 of the Arms Act (punishment for using arms). Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in stateIn another case on Monday, sleuths from Chatterjeehat police station arrested a person identified as Saniar Hossain Khan alias Lalu from Dumurjala Ring Road area and seized one firearm loaded with one round of live ammunition. It is suspected that he might have been targeting someone over some issues. He has been booked under IPC sections of 25(i)(a) Arms Act (manufactures, sells, or exposes or offers for sale or transfer, or has in his possession for sale any arms or ammunition) and 27 Arms Act (punishment for using arms).last_img read more