Car hits, kills contractor in Emerald Hills KUSI Newsroom, September 17, 2018 KUSI Newsroom SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – A contractor was struck and killed by a car Monday on an Emerald Hills-area road while he was in the area surveying property, authorities said.The 73-year-old pedestrian was crossing the street in the 5300 block of Geneva Avenue when the eastbound vehicle hit him shortly before 7:30 a.m., according to San Diego police.The car then veered to the right and crashed into a parked vehicle, Sgt. Tim Underwood said.The victim died at the scene. His name was withheld pending family notification.The 25-year-old motorist was cooperating with police, SDPD public- affairs Officer Billy Hernandez said. It was not immediately clear who was at fault for the accident. Posted: September 17, 2018 Categories: Local San Diego News, Traffic & Accidents FacebookTwitter
In a release, Schulman praises Oseland’s “strong passion for our mission and unmatched expertise in this space. With [Organic Life], Rodale is uniquely able to serve consumers and advertisers in one of the most important and fastest-growing market segments.”Rodale’s Organic Life will be a print and digital brand like no other,” Oselandsays in a releasae. “It will be a community, a clearinghouse ofbeautiful, authoritative information that will weave together food,shelter, gardening, wellness and good living–an intersection of topicsthat lie right at the heart of Rodale and what so many of us careabout.” On Aug. 22, Rodale Inc. president Scott Schulman announced the hiring of James Oseland as editor-in-chief of Organic Gardening in advance of its April/May 2015 relaunch as Organic Life. It will be a multi-platform brand influenced by OG and by Rodale’s former Organic Style, where Oseland was managing editor from 2001-2002.That was before he moved to Bonnier Corp. in 2006 to edit Saveur. His eight years were highlighted by three American Society of Magazine Editors’ National Magazine Awards (2009, 2012 and 2013) and numerousJames Beard Foundation epicurean journalism awards. His 2006 memoir”Cradle of Flavor”, was cited as “best of the year” from both the JamesBeard Foundation and The New York Times.Earlier magazine and media stops included Vogue, Sassy, The Village Voice and Mademoiselle. He also appeared on Bravo’s Top Chef Masters for five years.Oseland is succeeding five-year OG editor-in-chief Ethne Clarke. The 72-year-old OG is the Rodale flagship in a company that also publishes Bicycling, Men’s Health, Women’s Health, Runner’s World and Prevention. At 64, Prevention is Rodale’s second oldest magazine.
Dinesh Gundu RaotwitterA day after the Congress suspended its Bengaluru MLA R. Roshan Baig, the party on Wednesday dissolved the Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC), sparing its state unit President Dinesh Gundu Rao and Working President Easwar B. Khandre.”The AICC has decided to dissolve the Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC). Its president (Rao) and working president (Khandre) remain unchanged,” said All India Congress Committee (AICC) General Secretary K.C. Venugopal in a statement in New Delhi.Venugopal is also the in-charge of the party’s state unit affairs.The KPCC has 290 office-bearers, including former Central and state ministers, members of Parliament and the state legislature and presidents of its district committees.”The KPCC has been dissolved for restructuring in the aftermath of the party’s poor performance in the recent Lok Sabha elections in which it was routed, winning only one seat,” party spokesman Ravi Gowda told IANS in Bengaluru.As part of the pre-poll alliance with its coalition ally Janata Dal-Secular (JD-S) on seat-sharing and to field joint candidates, the Congress contested from 21 of the 28 parliamentary seats in the state and managed to retain Bangalore Rural.Though the JD-S contested the remaining 7 seats, it also won only one seat to retain Hassan.In contrast, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) won 25 of the 27 seats it contested, which is the highest ever for it in the state.Independent candidate, Sumalatha Ambareesh, backed by the BJP, wrested the Mandya seat from the JD-S. Sumalatha is a multi-lingual south Indian film actress and widow of former Congress state Minister M.H. Ambareesh.The dissolution of the KPCC comes after Baig was suspended for anti-party activities on Tuesday.Baig, 67, is an eight-time MLA from the Shivajinagar assembly segment in Bengaluru’s city centre.Upset by Baig’s public criticism of the party’s state leadership, KPCC served notice to him in May, seeking an explanation for his attack on Venugopal, Congress Legislative Party (CLP) leader Siddaramaiah and Rao for the rout in the Lok Sabha elections.Baig has also been in the news of late for the wrong reasons, including his alleged involvement in a multi-crore Ponzi scheme operated by jewellery trader Mohammed Mansoor Khan, who fled India on June 8
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<< Previous PostNext Post >> Share Monday, April 29, 2019 HELSINKI — Some 170,000 passengers had their travel hopes dashed over the weekend as a result of the pilots strike at Scandinavian Airlines, with no end in sight.Nearly 600 flights have been cancelled and thousands of passengers have been stranded and the strike is now in its fourth day.The flag carrier of Denmark, Norway and Sweden announced further flight cancellations on April 28 as the parties failed to resume talks on a new collective bargaining agreement. It cancelled another 1,213 flights today and tomorrow, hitting some 110,000 passengers. The open-ended strike started Friday following the collapse of pay negotiations with the SAS Pilot Group, which represents 95% of the company’s pilots in the three countries. SAS said it “deeply regrets” the distress to clients on its domestic, European and long-haul flights. By: The Associated Press Tags: Scandinavian Airlines 1,200 more flights cancelled with SAS pilots strike