first_imgWith some major shows on the horizon, Modern Measure is gearing up to go big. The livetronica ensemble put together a killer remix of “White Lies,” from the acclaimed Odesza album In Return. Their version breaths fire into the exciting dance track; one listen and you’ll be hooked. Stream it below:Modern Measure is throwing it down at Terminal West in Atlanta, GA tonight, ahead of a major run with Manic Focus this weekend. Be sure to head to MM’s website for all the details.last_img

first_imgA senior government minister in Britain, on Monday acknowledged that Caribbean people who arrived in the country several decades ago “have the right to reside here lawfully” as Prime Minister Theresa May gets ready to meet with Caribbean Community (CARICOM) leaders to discuss the situation of pre-1971 Caribbean undocumented United Kingdom (UK) immigrants.Very concerned Home Secretary Amber Rudd told Parliament she is “very concerned” about the way in which the Windrush generation, consisting of Caribbean nationals who were brought to England in the 1950’s and 60’s, have been treated.“Some of the ways they have been treated have been wrong, have been appalling, and I am sorry,” she said as she answered questions from Labor Party parliamentarians.Rudd acknowledged that the Home Office had become “too concerned with policy and strategy and sometimes loses sight of the individual”, in the recent past.High on CHOGM April 19-20 agendaLast weekend, the Barbados Government Information Service (BGIS) said an action plan to secure a permanent solution to the situation may be high on the agenda at the April 19-20 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in London.It said that it is anticipated that the situation will be thoroughly dealt with should officials decide to discuss the problems facing undocumented residents, which include the denial of access to critical services.The statement said that this discussion follows briefings by the CARICOM Heads of Diplomatic Missions at the St. Kitts and Nevis High Commission in London last Thursday regarding the predicament many elderly Caribbean migrants are facing.last_img read more

first_img Attendees at Saturday’s service said the pontiff’s message reinforced their own beliefs. “It is very important to recognize our genocide because if we don’t recognize this one, we cannot prevent the next one,” Mourad Iskadhian, 43, of Montebello said.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! MONTEBELLO – Area Armenians and local officials attended a prayer service conducted by His Holiness Aram I, Catholicos of the Great House of Cilicia, at the Armenian Martyrs Memorial Monument at Bicknell Park. The monument, which sits on a hill, was erected in 1968 and is dedicated to the memory of Armenians who lost their lives at the hands of the Ottoman Turkish Government from 1915 to 1921, a period many call the Armenian genocide. “This is a service that honors their memory and blesses their souls so that they may rest in peace,” Armenian National Committee spokesman Raffi Hamparian said. Montebello is one of the many cities the pontiff will visit during his month-long tour of North America. This is his second visit to California in seven years. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 Several hundred people attended Saturday’s event and eagerly applauded when he spoke of the importance of the commemorative monument. “This memorial that stands at the heart of the state of California is a reminder of the Armenian genocide that happened during World War I,” the pontiff said. “I consider this living monument a challenge of all people that we must join our forces for the promotion of human values.” Values, he said, that are not just Armenian values, but human ones. The pontiff’s visit occurs at a time when the United States government is considering two pieces of legislation that urge the current Turkish government to recognize the role of its predecessors in the mass killings and acknowledges the United States’ opposition to recognizing it as a genocide. The resolutions, supported by the House International Relations Committee, await action by the House of Representatives.last_img read more

first_imgKolkata: Kolkata Metro Rail Corporation Limited (KMRCL) has identified 35 buildings in Bowbazar which are beyond repair. KMRCL, the executing agency of the East-West Metro project, has already informed the core committee headed by Chief Secretary Malay De about the development. A meeting was held at Nabanna on Friday regarding the same.A senior official of the KMRCL said they would now request the house-owners and seek their permission to pull down these buildings. If they agree, the KMRCL will demolish the structures to make room for new ones. In such cases, the KMRCL will submit building plans to the KMC for its necessary approval. As per the new building rules, space on the side and back of the buildings will have to be kept vacant and the area of the new structures will be less than the space which the present buildings have. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaSenior civic officials who visited the site said cracks have developed in many of the buildings, some of which are more than 100 years old and have not been repaired for the past 50 years or more. The cracks are so wide that the safety of the buildings cannot be ensured by grouting. Even the owners will not agree to stay in these premises. A senior KMC official pointed out that the average age of the buildings in the affected areas varies anything between 90 and 150 years. Also Read – Bengal civic volunteer dies in road mishap on national highwayIt may be mentioned that the KMRCL has constituted a team headed by Nitin Som, emeritus professor of Jadavpur University’s civil engineering department, for carrying out health study of the buildings in Bowbazar that have suffered heavy damages due to the tunnel boring work for the ongoing East-West Metro project. The team had started its work from September 10. “We are now evaluating the degree of distress in each of these buildings. Detailed investigation is required as a good number of them have suffered significant damage. Many of them would surely require major rectification work to make them habitable. We are trying our best to first identify those buildings that do not need much repair work and rectify those so that residents can return to their homes,” Professor Som said. A total of approximately 74 buildings have suffered damages or developed cracks and the residents of all these houses have already been evacuated and shifted to various hotels by the KMRCL. More than 600 residents in the area living at Durga Pituri Lane, Syakra Para Lane and Gour Dey Lane have been evacuated for safety reasons.last_img read more