Constance La Gaiete Company Limited (CSE.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Agri-industrial sector has released it’s 2015 interim results for the half year.For more information about Constance La Gaiete Company Limited (CSE.mu) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Constance La Gaiete Company Limited (CSE.mu) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Constance La Gaiete Company Limited (CSE.mu) 2015 interim results for the half year.Company ProfileConstance La Gaiete Company Limited is headquartered in Port Louis and is involved in the farming and production of sugarcane. Constance La Gaiete Company Limited’s activities in the agro industry include the production of food crops, fruits (principally pineapples), and livestock (mainly broiler chicken). The company is also involved in real estate projects. Constance La Gaiete Company Limited is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius.
This Monday on LET’S TALK ABOUT IT with Rod Love and Greg Jackson, the “Dynamic Duo” will discuss the recent shift by the Catholic Church in deeming death penalty “inadmissible,” and how that may hurt legislation and the pending U.S. Supreme Court confirmation hearings. With less than a month to primary elections, Rod and Greg will give some predictions on upcoming races, as well as review the 13 Constitutional Revisions to be considered by Florida voters.As always, a diverse range of topics will be discussed to include outstanding examples of local leaders, so LET’S TALK NATION be ready to jump in.Join Rod Love, Greg Jackson and the entire Let’s Talk Nation on LET’S TALK ABOUT IT, every Monday from 7:00pm to 8:00pm on 1680am WOKB, online at www.wokbradio.com, on Facebook @letstalkaboutitlive or call-in to 407-894-1680. LET’S TALK ABOUT IT is Central Florida’s leading results-oriented radio talk show … This is a can’t miss show that will blow your mind!Podcasts of past shows can also be heard at www.LetsTalkNation.net, as well as rebroadcasts of the show 9:00 a.m. Saturday mornings on WNTF 1600am. Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Episode 42From Let’s Talk About It with Rod Love and Greg Jackson You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Please enter your name here The Anatomy of Fear Please enter your comment! Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply *****Let’s Talk About It, with Rod Love and co-host Greg Jackson, is an edgy new radio program that has a distinct “Apopka” tone.Rod LoveHosts Rod Love and Greg Jackson are well-known figures in Apopka. Love is a local businessman, was the co-chair of the Apopka Task Force against Violence, and was recently named the Orange County District 2 Commissioner. Jackson is a local attorney that ran for the Florida Legislature in 2016 for District 45, which includes a part of Apopka.The show airs on WOKB 1680AM on Mondays from 7-8 PM. You may also stream it online here.Let’s Talk About It describes itself as a show in search of results-oriented solutions. It tackles important subjects such as crime in urban communities, jobs, business growth, relationship with the police, transitioning from a mom and pop proprietorship to mom and pop incorporation and a whole lot of other action initiatives that affect the quality of life of individuals and families are the major focus. Its goal is to develop an understanding of the everyday needs and issues of people and assist in empowering them with the necessary information or motivation towards addressing such needs, all with the support of professionals or experts who will be the show’s guests.Greg Jackson Let’s Talk About It has an interactive style of information sharing that is both entertaining and educational. It acts as a vehicle for civic and faith-based organizations, small businesses and everyday citizens to be able to work together to foster a progressive development of communities’ interactivity with one another.To join the conversation tonight, call Let’s Talk About It at 407-894-1680. TAGSGreg JacksonLet’s Talk About ItRod Love Previous articleHow I made practicing gratitude a daily habitNext articleApopka Burglary Report Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
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By Andy Eubank – Nov 17, 2017 Navigating Indiana’s Spotty Rural Broadband SHARE How is Indiana measuring against other states in total internet availability? Broadband access remains spotty in the state. Indiana is 34th nationally in internet connectivity and 18 percent of Hoosiers can’t get broadband, according to BroadbandNow, a consumer advocacy website. The national number for no access is almost 10 percent. Purdue Extension has a new report available suggesting the economic benefits of expanded broadband service could outweigh the development costs and generate up to $10 million in growth for some counties over the next 15 years.Roberto Gallardo, Purdue Extension community and regional economics specialist and assistant director of the PCRD, said Hoosiers without high-speed internet are at risk of falling behind in the modern information economy.Rural broadband is a priority item for Indiana Farm Bureau since half of the state’s rural population doesn’t have fixed access to broadband.According to Gallardo, “If you do not have full access to the web, you are probably missing out on important educational and employment opportunities, as well as the ability to seek out information on health, finances and more,” Gallardo said. “Today, being without high-speed internet access is as great of a disadvantage as not being to read and write would have been 100 years ago.”Gallardo said greater broadband access would make counties more attractive to commercial and residential developers and improve the quality of life for residents.Results of the study are not intended to suggest a specific course of action, Gallardo said. However, they can promote dialogue among policymakers and the public, as well as raise awareness of the state’s “digital divide” – the gap between high-speed internet haves and have-nots, he said.“In many ways, broadband is the electricity of the 21st century,” said Jason Henderson, director of Purdue Extension and associate dean of agriculture. “In the 1930s, rural electric cooperatives revolutionized the visibility and viability of America’s small towns. If today’s rural communities are to fully participate in a global economy, reliable and readily available broadband access is a necessary component to their success.“Purdue Extension is committed to identifying gaps of digital delivery and use in Indiana and creating digital-ready communities – with the foresight to help them maintain adaptability as technology continues to advance.”In 2015, the FCC voted to raise the minimum download speeds to qualify as broadband service from 4 megabits per second (Mbps) to 25 Mbps. The minimum upload speed was also increased, from 1 to 3 Mbps. The so-called “25/3” standard is now accepted nationally as the definition of broadband.Those numbers are important, Gallardo notes, because increasingly sophisticated internet content – from multimedia presentations to online voice and video communications – require greater download and upload speeds.“Imagine trying to complete an online degree using a dial-up modem,” he said.Gallardo and a team of Purdue researchers studied broadband access in all of Indiana’s 92 counties, using the 25/3 standard to define broadband access, and compared the results with other counties across the nation. The team gathered socioeconomic data to rank each Indiana county on a newly devised Digital Divide Index, or DDI.The index assigns scores from 0 to 100, with 100 indicating the highest digital divide. It is composed of two scores, also ranging from 0 to 100 – the infrastructure/adoption (INFA) score and the socioeconomic (SE) score.The complete rankings are available on the PCRD/Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affair’s Rural Indiana Stats page at https://pcrd.purdue.edu/ruralindianastats/. Scroll to the bottom of the left-hand column and click on Digital Divide Index under the heading Broadband Data. Data for the rest of the nation as well as Indiana is also available here.The team found that on average, rural Indiana residents – including farmers – were more likely than city dwellers to lack broadband access. Building new infrastructure to support increased broadband service in those rural counties could be expensive, Gallardo cautioned.“This means many farmers could be missing out on important advancements in digital agriculture simply because they do not have adequate internet service,” he said. “Traditionally, farmers are early adopters of new technologies. It’s not that they don’t want to compete, but without broadband they don’t have the tools to do so.”Gallardo believes Purdue Extension has a key role to play in helping the state address its digital divide.“There are three critical elements to maximizing broadband – access, affordability and know-how,” he said. “If you’re missing one, you’re at risk of being left behind. We can help develop the know-how – it’s what we’ve been doing for more than 100 years.”Source: Purdue NewsSome have gone the route of satellite internet service. Speeds in that universe are increasing, and in June of this year a new satellite was launched by ViaSat that will bring faster service to the market early next year.“Very shortly our new ViaSat 2 satellite will be turned on in the February time frame, and we’ll be talking about 100 Mbps service, up to 100 Mbps, virtually anywhere in the country, and that product will put the rural lifestyle community, the agribusiness community on par with virtually any cable service, anywhere in the country,” says Harry Thibedeau with ViaSat. The company was formerly Wild Blue and is now known as Exede. The name changes to ViaSat soon. He says the new offerings will enable farmers to operate their businesses anywhere they want just as those in urban settings can. 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In rural India, journalists face choice between covering pandemic and survival June 2, 2021 Find out more News Summary “investigations” News RSF_en Organisation The investigations were ordered in a leaked letter dated 13 March from the Cybercrime Wing of the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA), an interior ministry offshoot – a letter that says a great deal about the practices of the Pakistani security services. Pakistan is ranked 139th out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2018 World Press Freedom Index. Follow the news on Asia – Pacific News “This kind of harassment of journalists, whose only crime is posting content online that displeases the authorities, is symptomatic of the treatment that the Pakistani political establishment reserves for dissidents,” said Daniel Bastard, the head of RSF’s Asia-Pacific desk. PakistanSaudi ArabiaAsia – PacificMiddle East – North Africa Protecting journalistsOnline freedomsMedia independence Freedom of expressionPredatorsJudicial harassment “This leak is all the more shocking because, throughout the world, Jamal Khashoggi’s murder has become a tragic symbol of the destruction of press freedom, a task to which that Pakistani authorities dedicated a great deal of effort in the run-up to the elections in 2018, using intimidation to encourage self-censorship in the traditional media. It is now clear that their new targets are online.” Mongolia : RSF urges presidential candidates to voice support for press freedom But this “conveyed a very disrespectful message” towards the visitor, the letter said, clearly reflecting Pakistani government concern to pamper someone whose potential investments in Pakistan are badly needed by the government and its business allies. Help by sharing this information Everything, including the accounts of the victims themselves, indicates that they were abducted by the Pakistani intelligence services with the aim of intimidating those expressing dissident views online. The campaign simply consisted of repeatedly posting photos of Jamal Khashoggi – who was murdered inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in October – throughout the crown prince’s visit. June 7, 2021 Find out more PakistanSaudi ArabiaAsia – PacificMiddle East – North Africa Protecting journalistsOnline freedomsMedia independence Freedom of expressionPredatorsJudicial harassment Receive email alerts The FIA arrested Din TV journalist Rizwan Razi on 9 February for posting “defamatory and obnoxious” comments about the judiciary, the government and the intelligence services. He had simply questioned their impartiality. News to go further Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is appalled to learn that a Pakistani intelligence agency ordered investigations into six journalists just because they posted photos of their murdered Saudi colleague Jamal Khashoggi online. RSF condemns this latest case of intimidation, especially given the Pakistani police’s past behaviour towards dissident journalists. In the letter, the Cybercrime Wing’s “additional director” notes that “a targeted social media campaign was planned/executed” against Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman during his visit to Pakistan in February, and asks the FIA’s other “additional directors” to investigate the six journalists involved. The six journalists targeted by these investigations by the FIA – the umbrella of all the Pakistani domestic security services – are known for being outspoken on social networks, which are now the only place where they can express themselves freely. They are Matiullah Jan, Murtanza Solangi, Azaz Syed, Ammar Massod, Umer Cheema and Ahmed Waqas Goraya. Two of the journalists have already lost their jobs for trying to defend their editorial independence, Goraya told RSF. June 10, 2021 Find out more “Investigations” ordered by the FIA can take very summary forms. Now living in self-imposed exile in the Netherlands, Goraya was one of five Pakistani bloggers who were mysteriously abducted in January 2017 and were held for several weeks or months until finally released by their unidentified abductors. Pakistani TV anchor censored after denouncing violence against journalists The Pakistani government led by Prime Minister Imran Khan (right) rolled out the red carpet for Saudi Arabia’s crown prince in February while harassing those denouncing Jamal Khashoggi’s murder. The protests were angrier in other parts of South Asia, including in Sri Lanka (left) on 25 October (Photos: Lakruwan Wanniarachchi – Aamir Qureshi / AFP). April 1, 2019 Six Pakistani journalists investigated for posting Khashoggi photos online
Democracies need “reciprocity mechanism” to combat propaganda by authoritarian regimes Follow the news on China News News September 9, 2009 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Physical attacks and harassment of journalists in Xinjiang and Guangdong ChinaAsia – Pacific RSF_en ChinaAsia – Pacific Help by sharing this information June 2, 2021 Find out more According the latest Foreign Correspondents’ Club of China survey of its members, at least 32 foreign journalists were physically attacked or suffered destruction of photos or equipment in the 12 months following the August 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. There were also 21 cases of Chinese assistants being intimidated and 23 cases of their being summoned for questioning.Chinese citizens who speak to foreign journalists are also more exposed than in the past. According to the FCCC, there were more than 80 incidents involving sources. See the report in full: http://www.fccchina.org/2009/08/06/results-of-july-membership-survey/ At least four journalists have been physically attacked by security guards or police in the past eight days in China. Chinese, Hong Kong and foreign journalists have been the victims of violence and harassment.“The authorities will be hard put to rein in the disturbing rise in cases of violence against the press unless those responsible are dealt with in an appropriately firm manner,” Reporters Without Borders said. “The climate of social and ethnic tension in Xinjiang and the rest of the country do not justify such attacks, which seem to be acts of censorship, targeting investigative journalists above all. The excuses of the local authorities are clearly not sufficient.”Guangzhou Daily reporter Liu Manyuan was hospitalised after being attacked and beaten by two municipal security guards in the industrial city of Dongguan (in the southeastern province of Guangdong) on 31 August.In an interview for a Guangzhou TV station (http://info.smgbb.cn/zixun/shehui/2009-09-03/304286.html), Liu said he was about to take photos at a murder scene in the Dongguan district of Humen when he was ordered to leave by uniformed guards acting at the behest of a superior. He was then thrown to the ground and beaten for about 10 minutes, sustaining multiple bruising to the neck and arms. None of the many onlookers intervened.A local official said the incident was due to a “lack of training” of the security forces, especially in legal matters. Reporting that the two guards had been dismissed and fined 500 yuan, Dongguan Daily said it was the third case of violence against journalists by security guards in the past two months.Three duly-accredited Hong Kong journalists covering the ethnic violence in Urumqi, the capital of the far-western province of Xinjiang, were beaten by anti-riot police on 4 September as they were trying to get away from tear gas the police had just fired. The journalists were forced to remain lying on the ground with their hands tied for 20 minutes. TVB reporter Lam Tsz-Ho said the police beat them with batons and confiscated the video they had recorded.Five other Hong Kong reporters, including two RTHK television correspondents, were briefly arrested in Urumqi the same day, and the police seized the equipment of an Associated Press Television News crew, preventing them from filming the protests. The equipment was not returned for five hours.Two Beijing-based reporters employed by Hong Kong media were retained in a hotel in Chengdu, in Sichuan province, on 12 August to prevent them from covering the trial of a blogger, Tan Zuoren, that was taking place that day. China: Political commentator sentenced to eight months in prison March 12, 2021 Find out more News News April 27, 2021 Find out more China’s Cyber Censorship Figures Organisation Receive email alerts to go further
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