Related Items:changes, Islandcom, james pitt, lime, rachel harvey Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 16 Jun 2015 – LIME making sweeping changes in the past six months including their announcement of a buy-out of Islandcom’s assets which is set to take full effect by the end of June and two other stories which did not result in press releases or press conferences but which are a significant change for the company. James Pitt, General Manager at LIME Turks and Caicos for just about a year is said to be already left the company – shifted from the local LIME location to another according to our sources. The other change is more close to home as Rachel Harvey, whom many had come to know as the Marketing Manager with LIME, is gone now too. After 18 years with the company, Harvey on Thursday issued a farewell via email, informing that, in her own words, ‘My time with LIME is completed…” Harvey, explained that her position was made redundant and that she joined LIME on August 5, 1997. Almost half of her life at LIME she said, and yet there was a sense of optimism in her dispatch as she advised this leads her to a new chapter of life, not the end of the world but the beginning of a whole new world.” Rachel Harvey said she appreciates all she learned at the company, that she has been humbled and touched by the outpouring of good wishes and that she wished the company and team well moving forward. LIME has not issued any statement on the transfer of James Pitt or the redundancy of Rachel Harvey’s position and no official update on their July 1, 2015 full take-over of Islandcom clients and services. The Indian Premier League Has a New Home in the Caribbean Flow Sports now offers an unrivalled Cricket line-up Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Flow counting down to Rio Games, launches Gold Tour campaign Recommended for you Perdina wins Movado Watch set from LIME & Jai’s
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, who had extended her support to Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) convener Arvind Kejriwal days before the poll date, congratulated him for the unprecedented victory. Hailing the victory, Banerjee tweeted, “My congratulations to all the Delhi voters, AAP workers and leaders for big victory. Well done to you. All my best wishes. We are very happy.”While taking a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Banerjee tweeted, “This is a victory for the people and a big defeat for the arrogant and those who are doing political vendetta & spreading hate among people.” The West Bengal CM, in her tweet, also said, “Delhi elex is turning point of present political situation. Shows political vendetta has no place in a democracy. Country needed this change.” Also Read – Need to understand why law graduate’s natural choice is not legal profession: CJINotably, a few days ahead of Delhi polls, the Trinamool Congress (TMC) president had issued a statement asking her supporters and voters to support Kejriwal for the development of Delhi. Banerjee had tweeted, “My request to all of you in Delhi is to please vote for AAP… for the greater need of the country and development in Delhi.” The TMC chief’s call for support to AAP is in the line with her policy for a “federal front” comprising of regional parties, including JD(U), BJD, SP, JD(S), CPI, etc. Also Read – Health remains key challenge in India’s development: KovindFormer Bihar CM and JD(U) leader Nitish Kumar, who had also extended his support to AAP, congratulated Kejriwal for registering a landslide victory in Delhi. On AAP victory, Kumar said, “People want development with justice. They never accept arrogance. This is reflected in AAP’s victory in Delhi.”Other leaders who had supported AAP in Delhi polls include national Conference leader Omar Abdullah, former Prime Minister HD Deve Gowda and CPI(M) general secretary Prakash Karat. JD(S) leader Gowda, a probable constituent of Mamata’s Federal Front, had asked their activists and supporters to back AAP wherever its candidates were not in the running.
Kolkata: The number of electricity consumers in both industrial and domestic sectors has increased in West Bengal which is now a power surplus state, state minister Sobhandeb Chattopadhyay said here today. The number of industrial consumers has gone up from 78,074 in 2011 to 99,505 now, proving that demand for power from industries has increased, Power and Non-Conventional Energy Sources Minister Sobhandeb Chattopadhyay said. Following the ‘Power to Everyone’ slogan coined by Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee after coming to power in 2011, the number of domestic consumers of power (domestic) has also increased to 1.2 crore from 86 lakh in 2011, he said. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal life “We can now say that with regards to infrastructure – roads, technical institutions, power – Bengal is ready to extend all help to industry houses,” Chattopadhyay said at a programme of the Bengal National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BNCCI). On the sidelines of the programme, he said West Bengal is a power-surplus state where the demand does not cross the threshold limit of 8,500 mw daily. On Bhangar sub-station project in South 24 Parganas where work was stopped by agitation by local people for over a year, Chattopadhyay said “It is a Power Grid Corporation project. Work for sub-station has started and all the complications have now been resolved.” He said the government was taking steps to stop power thefts and aim to generate additional 2,000 mw in the next five years from the thermal, hydel and non-conventional energy resources. At the BNCCI event, its newly appointed president Satyam Roychowdhury said a delegation of the chamber would visit Russia by the end of this month to discuss business opportunities.
Ladies please take note! If your hubby does not feel like going to parties or social gatherings with you, do not fret especially if he is in his late 30s.Researchers including an Indian-origin researcher have revealed that the social circle of men reduces after they get married while women become more socially active from late 30s onwards.”Young men are more connected than young women and the patterns of connection change for both men and women as they grow older,” said Kunal Bhattacharya from Aalto University in Finland. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’The findings indicate that after the of age 25, the social circle of men starts shrinking until it stabilises again in the late 40s. After 60s, the decay begins again and old men appear to be rather socially isolated. To reach this conclusion, the team analysed unnamed call records, gender and age information of three million mobile phone users from an European country to understand the communication patterns of individuals.The results indicate that at age 25, both men and women are able to invest time in maintaining large social circles. “The number of connections reaches maximum at age 25 for both genders. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixWhile men maintain a lot of casual relationships and women seem to be more focused on their romantic partner,” Bhattacharya added in the paper published in the journal Royal Society Open Science.From late 30s onwards, women become more connected than men. This is when people get married, settle down and participate in parenthood. “The communication patterns of women would suggest their pivotal roles as parents and grandparents,” Bhattacharya noted.