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Category: gisolhusclqavyhw Thunder’s Paul George prepares to face former team

first_imgOSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene LATEST STORIES NBA fines Suns’ Jackson $35,000 for ‘menacing gesture’ View comments Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ The Pacers got Victor Oladipo and Domantas Sabonis from the Thunder in exchange for George. Oladipo is averaging 22.3 points per game. Donovan said Oladipo is in a good place because his athletic ability can be maximized in Indiana’s up-tempo style.“The greatest Victor has always had in my opinion has been his energy,” Donovan said. “That’s the way it was in college. He’s worked exceptionally hard to develop his shooting, develop his ballhandling.”Sabonis is averaging 12.3 points and nine rebounds.George’s adjustment has been a mixed bag so far. He’s averaging 21.3 points, but he’s shooting just 37percent from the field.“The more of these games come around, the more I see teams play us, the more opportunities I see that are opening up. The game is different for me now, in an easier way that I’m not taking advantage of.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny MOST READ Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. NBA: Kawhi, George seek more for Clippers than beating Lakers PLAY LIST 01:48NBA: Kawhi, George seek more for Clippers than beating Lakers02:09‘I am prepared:’ Duterte reiterates openness to accept Rohingya refugees01:29Saudis cut loose at rave-like event02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award The disappointed Pacers opted to trade the face of their franchise to Oklahoma City rather than play a season with a star they had no long-term future with and perhaps get nothing in return.With the Pacers, George was a four-time All-Star and helped Indiana reach the Eastern Conference Finals twice. The Thunder host the Pacers on Wednesday night.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smog“It’ll be emotional from a standpoint of it’s an organization that I started with, had a wonderful journey with, that I had seven unbelievable years with,” George said.George was especially close to Larry Bird, who was team president when the Pacers made him the 10th pick in the 2010 draft. George said he appreciated the time he spent with Bird, who has stepped down as president but remains with the franchise as a consultant. “His stories, his knowledge of the game, talking with him through playoff battles and his understanding,” George said. “He’s a legend. Hall of Fame player, Hall of Fame across the whole board — executive, coach.It meant a lot as a young player coming into this league. I was grateful to have that time talking to him and sharing conversations.”New Thunder forward Carmelo Anthony had to face his old team, the New York Knicks, in the season opener. He said he spoke with George during the preseason about facing their former teams so soon.“If I sit here and say he’s not excited about that game tomorrow, I’d be lying to you,” Anthony said.Thunder coach Billy Donovan said he expects George to handle the situation well.“I’m sure that there’s things he’s going through, but he’s a pro,” Donovan said. “He’ll handle things how he sees fit to handle them. I think he’ll be fine.”ADVERTISEMENT FILE – In this Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017, file photo, Oklahoma City Thunder forward Paul George (13) tries to get past Utah Jazz guard Alec Burks (10) during the second half of an NBA basketball game in Salt Lake City. New Thunder star Paul George prepares to play the Indiana Pacers On Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2017, for the first time since he was traded during the offseason. (AP Photo/Chris Nicoll, File)OKLAHOMA CITY — Just four games into the season, Paul George has to face the team he just left under less than ideal circumstances.During the offseason, George’s camp let it be known he planned to become a free agent after next season.ADVERTISEMENTlast_img read more

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Category: gisolhusclqavyhw Cecil Lake area experiencing power outage

first_imgDue to the power outage, the Peace River Regional District has closed the Cecil Lake Transfer Station for today and is expecting to have it reopened for Saturday.We will continue to provide updates on the power outage when more information is available. UPDATE – As of 3:30 p.m. Friday, B.C. Hydro has restored all power to the Cecil Lake area.FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – B.C. Hydro is reporting of a wide-spread power outage in the Cecil Lake area.According to B.C. Hydro, the power has been out since 4:12 a.m. Friday morning and is currently affecting 544 customers.- Advertisement -Hydro says crews are currently on-site working to restore power.The cause of the power outage is unknown.B.C. Hydro expects the power to be restored by 2:30 p.m. Friday.Advertisementlast_img read more

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Category: gisolhusclqavyhw ROBBIE DEATH: FURY AS GOVERNMENT ‘FAILS TO PROTECT BRAVE GARDAI’

first_imgTHE organisation representing rank and file Gardai has accused the Government of failing to protect them following the death of Garda Robbie McCallion.The Garda Representative Association (GRA) has called for the law to be changed to protect gardaí.It follows yet more incidents where guards have been hurt on duty. Garda Robbie McCallion died in Beaumont Hospital in Dublin on April 7, 2009 a few days after he was struck by a car thief while on duty in Letterkenny.The driver of the stolen car, Jamie McGrenaghan (19) from Kerrykeel, was charged with his manslaughter but after a three day trial, the jury took two hours to find him not guilty.He pleaded guilty to dangerous driving causing the death of 29-year-old Garda McCallion and also stealing a car.Following the not guilty verdict, thug McGrenaghan pleaded guilty to his involvement in a number of burglaries between February 26 and 27. In a statement, GRA President Damien McCarthy has said that “there appears to be a political reluctance to properly protect frontline gardaí from assaults” now rising above 800 every year.Mr McCarthy said the death of Garda McCallion had still not been addressed by the Government which had failed to protect gardai.The GRA man said that “successive Ministers for Justice have failed to implement legislation to protect emergency workers. We believe a mandatory sentence would deter a large proportion of potential assailants.”He added that “an assault on a garda is a direct attack on our democratic community.”ROBBIE DEATH: FURY AS GOVERNMENT ‘FAILS TO PROTECT BRAVE GARDAI’ was last modified: July 5th, 2011 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Category: gisolhusclqavyhw FANAD MAN FINED FOR NOT HAVING A TV LICENCE

first_imgA FANAD man has been fined for not having a TV licence after a series of cases were taken before Letterkenny District Court.John Devlin, from Mulroy Bay View, Tamney, was fined €250 and ordered to pay costs of €100.A TV licence inspector told Judge Paul Kelly that he had called to Mr Devlin’s home on April 27th last. He said Mr Devlin had admitted having a television at his home and not having a licence for it.He had failed to purchase a licence within 10 days of the inspection.A second case involving a Milford woman was struck out after she did buy a licence.A third case was adjourned until March.The court cases today come after a number of inspections in the Letterkenny area last week.FANAD MAN FINED FOR NOT HAVING A TV LICENCE was last modified: December 4th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:FANAD MAN FINED FOR NOT HAVING A TV LICENCElast_img read more

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Category: gisolhusclqavyhw Big Science Wobbles on Trust

first_imgFixing the gap between the ideal and the real will require factors outside of science, like honesty.“Physician, heal thyself.” We know the proverb from Jesus’ quotation of it in Luke 4:23. Science has a similar challenge: ‘Science, heal your trust issues by the scientific method.’ A simplistic view of science, called scientism, asserts that the only reliable knowledge comes through the scientific method. If that were true, a scientist could go into the lab, work a method, and find a solution to fix scientific reliability. A little reflection, though, shows that this could only be trusted if the scientist were reliable already. Scientism suffers from self-refutation. It cannot be verified by the scientific method; therefore, it is not reliable.The Big Science journals sometimes admit their failings, as in these recent examples:Progress on reproducibility (Jeremy Berg in Science Magazine). The “reproducibility crisis” has been bemoaned for years now (e.g., 6/03/17 and back to 9/05/15). In this article, we see the venerable American journal admitting it has egg on its face, and has had to take steps to shore up its reputation.Ideas supported by well-defined and clearly described methods and evidence are one of the cornerstones of science. After several publications indicated that a substantial number of scientific reports may not be readily reproducible, the scientific community and public began engaging in discussions about mechanisms to measure and enhance the reproducibility of scientific projects. In this context, several innovative steps have been taken in recent years. The results of these efforts confirm that improving reproducibility will require persistent and adaptive responses, and as we gain experience, implementation of the best possible practices.Are “adaptive responses” evolutionary? If so (as today’s scientific materialists insist), there is no hope for change unless a mutation for integrity gets naturally selected and sweeps through the population of researchers. And how do materialists measure “best possible practices”? The statement presupposes morality. Evolution provides no “mechanism” to ensure scientific integrity, if a majority of researchers gain a reproductive advantage by cheating.Berg’s list of initiatives that Science and other institutions are undertaking has all the marks of a solution wrought by a committee. It looks good on paper, but will it change human habits subject to various forces, like ‘publish or perish,’ rivalry, and lobbying efforts for funding that contribute to sloppy work? Berg’s ending sounds like a committee report:As this new year moves forward, the editors of Science hope for continued progress toward strong policies and cultural adjustments across research ecosystems that will facilitate greater transparency, research reproducibility, and trust in the robustness and self-correcting nature of scientific results.This admits that science has not been self-correcting up till now. Berg is asking the public to trust what has not been trustworthy.The science that’s never been cited (Richard Van Noorden in Nature). This interesting article demythologizes an intuition about science: i.e., that the best work rises to the top. Not always, shows Van Nooden. He recounts important papers that never got cited, and junk papers that received many citations. This comes from an institution valuing citations as a measure of importance. Nature investigated how many papers remain uncited up to ten years after publication. They arrived at a figure of 10%, but admitted later that it’s impossible to know, because citation databases are incomplete. Moreover, record-keeping differs in Russia, China and other countries. The article mentions a paper that was never ‘cited’ but was read 1,500 times and downloaded 500 times. These findings call into question the merit of citation counts as a measure of scientific quality or value, and yet citation counts have long been used to procure funding, award research, and send Big Science down avenues of research pioneered by highly-cited papers. The possibility remains that some important research could be virtually ignored.Gregor Mendel, 1822 – 1884One clear example of important work that passed under the radar for years is Mendel’s 1865 paper on inheritance. In a 3-part series of podcasts on ID the Future, Wolf-Ekkehard Lönnig discusses the Mendel case with Casey Luskin, explaining how it could ever happen that one of the most important papers in all of biology remained virtually ‘undiscovered’ for up to 70 years. Lönnig’s own study of this case shows that it was not unknown, but ignored— and why? Because it flew in the face of Darwinism. Only when the neo-Darwinists were able to incorporate Mendelism into Darwin’s theory did Mendel become famous. (Whether the neo-Darwinists succeeded in merging Mendel with Darwin, though, is another issue.)Dodgy citations, fusion milestone and a skeleton called Little Foot (Nature). Within its ‘Week in Science’ featurette for December 8-12, 2017, Nature mentions two items about trust in Big Science. The first concerns a Swedish researcher who violated ethical standards on animal experimentation, and who admitted to fabricating data. He got caught; what others have found that crime pays?The second concerns “citation pressure” in journal articles. A long list of references at the end of the paper creates an aura of reliability, but should it?Surveys of more than 12,000 scholars in 18 disciplines reveal how often they manipulate authors and citations in papers and grants. Respondents were asked if they had ever added authors whose scientific contribution was minimal, or padded reference lists with superfluous citations — either voluntarily to boost publication chances, or because an editor had asked them to do so (known as coercive citations). The researchers say the results reveal “widespread misattribution”.A graph shows this to be a widespread problem. Anywhere from 20% to 50% of respondents said they have engaged in (1) adding authors to manuscripts, (2) adding authors to grants, (3) bowing to ‘coercive citations’, (4) padding citations in manuscripts, or (5) padding citations in grants. Not stated is how many engaged in “all of the above.”A manifesto for slow science… Books in brief (Nature). Among five books reviewed on Nature‘s 13 December ‘Books in Brief’ page, one deserves note even from its title. That book is Another Science Is Possible: A Manifesto for Slow Science, by Isabelle Stengers. Here’s what the reviewer says:Sloppy, conformist, opportunistic and in thrall to a boom-and-bust economy: a worrying proportion of research, argues philosopher of science Isabelle Stengers, is little better than a rush job. Stengers calls for scientists to remember that science is tightly twined with social concerns, and cannot vanquish global issues at speed, or alone. Further, she argues that researchers need to participate in “public intelligence”: honest, coherent communication with a scientifically clued-up populace. Although convoluted at times, Stengers’s slow‑science manifesto is timely, trenchant and thoughtful.James Joule, 1818-1889In an ideal world, science should be pursued at a researcher’s own pace, driven by his or her commitment to find answers. Picture James Joule working in his father’s brewery on thermodynamics as a hobby. Independently wealthy and curious, he came up with principles of fundamental physics that have stood the test of time. Joule said, “The study of nature and her laws“ [is] “essentially a holy undertaking” [and is of] “great importance and absolute necessity in the education of youth.”Welcome to 2018, where research relies on government funding to large institutions with large teams using expensive government-funded equipment, and where hierarchies of administrators pressure their researchers to publish results quickly. It’s doubtful that Stengers’ manifesto, though “timely, trenchant and thoughtful,” will turn this big ship around any time soon. Suffice it to say that the reality of science is often less than the reputation.Take heed, those of you who think science sausage is healthy. Sausage is no cleaner than the sausage-maker, and is often less clean. Science is no more trustworthy than the individual scientists who engage in it, and often less so. Science is always mediated by fallible human beings. Even when they are honest, they don’t know everything.Trustworthy science cannot succeed on a foundation that is untrustworthy, like Darwinism, which rewards fertility, not honesty. Solomon said, “Lying lips are an abomination to the Lord, but those who act faithfully are his delight” (Proverbs 12:22). James Joule showed the proper orientation for scientific work, saying, “After the knowledge of, and obedience to, the will of God, the next aim must be to know something of His attributes of wisdom, power and goodness as evidenced by His handiwork.” See more of this great scientist’s views on scientific integrity in our biography.(Visited 393 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more

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Category: gisolhusclqavyhw Stunning pictures over Heathrow

first_imgThere are good aviation photographers, great aviation photographers and then there is Sam Chui.Mr Chui’s photography is breathtaking and he will go to almost any length to get the perfect shot, including being perched in a helicopter over some of the world’s great airports.His latest conquest was to gain permission to photograph aircraft at the world’s busiest international airport, Heathrow, from a helicopter and the results are stunning.In pursuit of his passion Mr Chui has flown 1138 sectors on 150 airlines and accumulated 5,037 hours of flight time. And in those 5,037 hours he has flown 2.34 million miles.Mr Chui flies on airlines most travellers would never see including those in North Korea and remotest Africa.Mr Chui’s newest book Air3 is due for release shortly and we will advise details shortly.His website is: http://samchuiphotos.com/last_img read more

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Category: gisolhusclqavyhw New film tackles race with humour

first_imgBilled as South Africa’s biggest comedy yet, Tyrel Meyer and Astara Mwakalumbwa, star in I Now Pronounce You Black and White.(Image: I Now Pronounce You Black AndWhite) MEDIA CONTACTS • Oliver Rodger Ollywood Productions +27 21 424 4507 RELATED ARTICLES • SA films scoops awards at Fespaco • Global acclaim for SA film • Rebate boost for SA film • 2010 opportunities for SA filmNosimilo RamelaA new South African film is set to draw crowds to cinemas this May. Billed as the country’s biggest romantic comedy yet, I Now Pronounce You Black and White uses humour to explore the delicate and often fraught issue of inter-racial relationships.The film is set in Cape Town, in the Western Cape province, and looks at the lives of a young couple, Simon Dawson, played by Tyrel Meyer and his girlfriend, Jackie Msolisi, played by Astara Mwakalumbwa.After a whirlwind romance, Dawson, a white, Jewish male and Msolisi, a black South African, decide to get engaged – but this infuriates both sets of traditionally minded parents.Dawson’s dad, Felix, played by Ian Roberts, is a staunch, conservative Afrikaner and his wife Sheila, played by Bo Petersen, is Jewish. They are determined to stop the wedding as they believe their son would be marrying below himself.Pauline and Clarence Msolisi, played by Sylvia Mdunyelwa and Kwezi Kobus, are Jackie’s parents and are equally shocked by their daughter’s decision. In the film Pauline says she “doesn’t trust white people” and would much prefer Jackie to marry “a nice black man” and have many children. She also wants to derail the wedding plans.Through the genre of comedy the film explores racial stereotyping and deep-seated tensions that, at times, are still part of the South African reality due to the country’s history of racial segregation under apartheid.Under this system South Africans were classified according to their race – for example black, white, coloured or Indian – and integration was forbidden. White people were also afforded superior rights over other groups. The first democratic elections in 1994 formally ended almost 50 years of apartheid rule in the country.Easing tensionsDirected by Oliver Rodger, I Now Pronounce You Black and White has been hailed as an important local production. “I think this is a great South African film. It allows us to look at ourselves and start to talk about our reality – even laugh about it – without getting too emotional,” said Tamryn Bishops, who is doing an honours degree in film at the University of the Witwatersrand.Fellow student Keren Jackson agrees: “I think the film uses humour and romance very well to help us address racial issues under the safety and guidance of entertainment,” she said. Jackson is studying at Afda film school in Johannesburg.“I love the fact that it also uses the country’s greatest actors. They carry the humour well while getting us to think about serious issues at the same time. As South Africans they understand the issues very well and portray the characters honestly.”The film will debut at the annual Cape Winelands Film Festival from 17 to 27 March and be released at Nu Metro cinemas around the country on 14 May.“I really can’t wait for this film to come out, I think it’s going to be another great local production, following Tsotsi, Jerusalema, White Wedding, and District 9,” Bishops said.last_img read more

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Category: gisolhusclqavyhw South African matric results up 7%

first_img(Image: Flickr)MEDIA CONTACTS• Hope MokgatlheSpokesperson, Department of Basic Education+27 71 680 6849RELATED ARTICLES• Top marks for IEB matrics• Education in South Africa • Rhodes opens R75m library• Youngsters to map out their futureDespite schooldays lost to the Fifa World Cup and a prolonged public servants’ strike, South African students writing the national matric exams in 2010 managed to score a 67.8% pass rate – a 7.2% improvement on the previous year’s result.An elated Angie Motshekga, minister of the Department of Basic Education, announced the results on Thursday at the Union Buildings in Pretoria. The pass rate for the 2009 matric – South Africa’s school-leaving qualification – was 60.6%.“We’d like to congratulate the class of 2010, they did us proud,” Motshekga said. “Their unrelenting determination is commendable. The class of 2010 is truly distinctive.”Motshekga stressed the integrity of the results, saying they were a true reflection of the achievement of students and that their quality had been properly vetted by the national education quality assurance body Umalusi. “We’ve worked hard to ensure the credibility of the exams. Umalusi convened standardisation of exams on 24 December to ensure the quality of results is the same as in other years.”The best-performing provinces were Gauteng and the Western Cape, with pass rates of 78.6% and 76.8% respectively. But all nine provinces registered a marked improvement on the 2009 results:Gauteng: 78.6% (71.8% in 2009)Western Cape: 76.8% (75.7% in 2009)North West: 75.7% (67.5% in 2009)Northern Cape: 72.3% (61% in 2009)KwaZulu-Natal: 70.7% (61.1% in 2009)Free State: 70.7% (69.4% in 2009)Eastern Cape: 58.3% (51% in 2009)Limpopo: 57.9% (48.9% in 2009)Mpumalanga: 56.8% (47.9% in 2009)last_img read more

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Category: gisolhusclqavyhw PTSD Awareness Month

first_imgJune marks the month of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) awareness; a condition which approximately 300,000 service members currently suffer from (RAND, 2008). PTSD is considered a silent, invisible injury that is common in wounded warriors who have been exposed to traumatic events while performing their military responsibilities.The Veterans Affairs National Center for PTSD is challenging service professionals, families and services members to ‘Take the Step’ in raising PTSD awareness this month by offering a four-week informational guide to PTSD learning. Each week the center offers tools to understanding this invisible wound found in so many returning service members.Week 1: Learn about PTSDWeek 2: Challenge your BeliefsWeek 3: Explore OptionsWeek 4: Reach OutWhether you are a health care professional, family member or friend of a warrior who may be suffering from PTSD it is important to encourage public awareness and to provide assistance to those impacted by the condition.This post was uploaded by Rachel Brauner of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service-Wounded Warrior Program and is part of a series of Military Family Caregiving posts published on the Military Families Learning Network blog.last_img read more

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Category: gisolhusclqavyhw UK Launches Campaign to Encourage Indians to Apply for Visitor Visas Earlier

first_imgWith its annual “Beat the Peak” campaign, the United Kingdom is encouraging Indian visitors to make use of the post-dated visa offer of the UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI), the British High Commission in New Delhi said in a statement on Jan. 19.The post-dated visa offer allows travelers to apply three months in advance and date their visa for when they wish to travel. It allows Indian visitors to the United Kingdom to start their visa on their intended date of travel. For instance, people who plan to travel in April can apply for their visas in January. This also helps to keep the full six-month validity for when they intend to travel.“2017 was a record breaking year for the UK-India relationship, with more Indians travelling to the UK than ever before. In the year ending September 2017 well over half a million visas were issued to Indian nationals and visit visas alone were up by 11% year-on-year,” Dominic Asquith, the British High Commissioner to India, said.Asquith added that thousands of Indians will travel to the United Kingdom in 2018 and can expect a quicker visa process if they apply up to three months early. This will help them beat the summer peak in April and May.Asquith launched the 2018 BEAT the peak campaign and is set to kick-start a range of activities led by the British High Commission. These activities aim to engage with the Indian tourist market and encourage them to visit Britain and apply early for their visa to do so.“UKVI will also be improving the application process during 2018, with new online forms and upgraded technology to make the experience smoother, easier and more customer-friendly,” said a statement.Apply for your UK Visa now and benefit from quieter Visa Application Centres and more available appointment slots outside of the peak period https://t.co/Hda6Z9Nhts. #BEATthepeak pic.twitter.com/j6eOqdoPLn— UK in India🇬🇧🇮🇳 (@UKinIndia) January 19, 2018The UKVI has also committed to extending the registered traveler service to Indian nationals. It is an optional membership scheme, which provides expedited crossing through the UK border. Registered travelers are entitled to use the European Economic Area (EEA) entry lanes, or if they hold an electronic passport, the e-Passport gates, and won’t need to routinely fill in a landing card.In August last year, Britain decided to do away with landing cards that visitors from non-European countries, including India, were required to fill. The decision was taken as part of UK Border Force’s digitization process for border controls, and also to increase passenger comfort and reduce costs.Tricia Warwick, the Interim Director of Visit Britain Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa, said, “We want the UK to be a ‘must-go-now’ destination for visitors from India. Making it easy to travel here is an important part of our tourism offer. With our hotels, attractions and shops, all offering great value for Indian visitors right now, it is a great time to come to Britain.”According to the British High Commission in New Delhi, there are more UK visa application centers in India than in any other country. The 18th Visa Application Center in India was inaugurated by British Immigration Minister Brandon Lewis in Bengaluru on Nov. 7, 2017.The United Kingdom welcomed 3.1 million overseas visits in September 2017. Between July and September 2017, there were a record 11.0 million inbound visits to the United Kingdom, 4 per cent up on the same period last year, said data from Visit Britain. Related ItemsBritainTourismUnited Kingdomlast_img read more

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