Grateful to Proctors for help with scam

first_imgProctors is not a gamble. I was so excited in November when I bought my tickets to see the Celtic Women at Proctors.A few days prior to the concert, I began receiving emails and phone calls informing me that my tickets were not valid. I called Proctors and spoke to Peter Delocis. Peter informed me that I had been hacked on the internet, mainly because I did not purchase my tickets on the Proctors website.Peter spoke to his manager, and together they ensured that we did get our tickets. I cannot express the joy and gratitude we have experienced as a result of Peter and his manager helping us to follow our dream. Thank you, Proctors.David Fitz SimonsJohnstownMore from The Daily Gazette:Cuomo calls for clarity on administering vaccineEDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s press conference for Sunday, Oct. 18EDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the census Categories: Letters to the Editor, Opinionlast_img read more

Inner City

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When a dip is good news

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Catella rocked as top agents quit

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Message from focus group: no need for new lease laws

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On Mersey waterfront

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The recovery position

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German court rules against school niqab ban

first_imgState law does not currently permit the authorities to impose such a ban, the court said in a statement.The teenager, who is studying retail sales, has “a right to unconditional protection of her freedom of belief” the statement added.Hamburg’s social-democratic education senator Ties Rabe immediately said that he would seek to change the state law. “Only if students and teachers have a free and open face can school and lessons function,” he told local media. German education laws are made at state level rather than by the federal government, but the case is part of a wider debate across the country.High profile politicians in the conservative CDU, the economically liberal FDP and the far-right AfD have all voiced support for a niqab ban in the past, but others remain divided on the issue.The state parliament in neighbouring Schleswig-Holstein failed to pass a ban on full-face veils in its universities and colleges on Monday, after the Green Party voted against it.Topics : A court in Germany ruled Monday against an attempt by authorities in Hamburg to forbid a 16-year-old schoolgirl from wearing a niqab during lessons.The ruling, which cannot be appealed, has fuelled debate in Germany over whether schools should allow the niqab, a facial veil worn by Muslims which leaves only the wearer’s eyes visible.Hamburg education officials had ordered the girl’s mother to ensure that her daughter did not wear the veil at school, a decision which an administrative court overturned on Monday.last_img read more

PREMIUMASEAN Para Games postponement hurts training for Paralympics

first_imgForgot Password ? ASEAN-Para-Games ASEAN-Para-Sports-Federation coronavirus sports sporting-event LOG INDon’t have an account? Register here After previously being postponed to March this year, a regional sporting event for people with impairments, the ASEAN Para Games has been deferred indefinitely because of the coronavirus outbreak that has spread to more than 20 countries around the globe.The announcement arrived on Monday as Southeast Asia’s main organization for para sports, the ASEAN Para Sports Federation (APSF), informed Indonesia’s National Paralympic Committee (NPC) of the second postponement.After careful deliberation among executive committee members regarding “the physical and emotional well-being of all participating para athletes and staff” APSF’s board of governors secretary Osoth Bhavilai said a majority of the members had agreed that the 10th ASEAN Para Games hosted by the Philippines should be postponed indefinitely, with possible reconsideration within the year sh… Linkedin Google Facebook Log in with your social account Topics :last_img read more

Indofood CBP plans to acquire manufacturer of Indomie in Middle East, Africa

first_img“We will then conduct a due diligence process on Pinehill Group before deciding to take on the acquisition offer,” said Gideon in the statement, adding that the company would make an announcement should it decide to take the offer.Following the development, ICBP’s and Indofood’s share prices plummeted on Wednesday while foreign investors sold off their stake in the companies.ICBP’s share price was down by 6.32 percent to Rp 10,750 (78 US cents) per share, with foreign investors selling off Rp 58.91 billion of their share in the company when the session ended on the day.In the meantime, Indofood’s share price, codenamed INDF, was depressed even deeper than its subsidiary as it concluded the trade on Wednesday down by 6.51 percent to Rp 7,175 per share. Foreign investors sold off Rp 26.8 billion of their INDF shares during the day’s session.Although both shares regained strength on Thursday, foreign investors continued to sell their shares in the company. As of 10:40 a.m., ICBP recorded Rp 57.59 billion in net foreign sell while foreign investors sold Rp 5.49 billion of Indofood shares. Processed food company Indofood CBP Sukses Makmur (ICBP) is planning to acquire instant noodle manufacturer Pinehill Company Limited, which supplies Indomie to the Middle East, Africa and Serbia.ICBP corporate secretary Gideon A. Putro said on Wednesday that the company responded to its British Virgin Island affiliates, Pinehill Corpora Limited and Steele Lake Limited, on an offer to acquire Pinehill Company Limited (Pinehill Group).He said Pinehill Group’s core business was manufacturing instant noodles in Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, Turkey, Egypt, Kenya, Morocco and Serbia under the “Indomie” brand licensed by ICBP’s parent company, food manufacturer Indofood Sukses Makmur Topics :last_img read more