Now he has the right to remain, a sense of responsibility weighs on his initial reaction to the changed circumstances: “I wanted to be safe, and now I’m thinking that I can do more, I just need to work more and take more initiatives in my life. I learned that we always have to try, to not give up, just keep trying.” … [Read more...] about ‘Never give up’: Greek asylum fight is gifted student’s hardest lesson
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“Two decades back, when we thought about long-term planning, it was for 5-10 years. Now, long term planning sustains for just 6 months to one year. That is a huge paradigm shift in the way that management of industries are changing. Uncontrollable external forces are impacting the management business in such a way that management education must be on its toes. This era is for the managers who can face the challenges and work in a changing environment,” Dr Amit Dangi, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Commerce and Management, SGT University. … [Read more...] about Digital is the new buzzword for jobs of the future!
Starfinder is a science-fiction take on Paizo’s fantasy TTRPG Pathfinder, the de facto roleplaying experience. After finding popular appeal with its futuristic storyline Distant Worlds in the main Pathfinder game in 2012, Starfinder released in 2017 to rave reviews. Based on the pilot’s high rating on Alexa devices, it seems Amazon might have successfully translated the spacefaring adventure into a verbally interactive experience. … [Read more...] about Amazon releasing interactive game Starfinder via Alexa-enabled devices
Tourists will be allowed to travel freely across the EU by the middle of July under Government plans to water down its travel quarantine policy 'as quickly as possible' with the PM seeking a cross-EU exemption for British travellers. Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary said air passengers arriving in Britain will simply ignore the new 'rubbish' 14 day quarantine rules as airlines launched a joint legal action. Passengers arriving at London Heathrow Airport criticised the UK's new quarantine rules which came into force as they claimed they are unenforceable and will be difficult to police. Mobility data suggested that Britons are now travelling less than they were a fortnight ago despite draconian lockdown rules having been relaxed. The numbers showed there had been less direction requests for journeys by car, foot or on public transport in the first week of June than at the end of May. Mr Johnson is preparing tough new laws to crackdown on foreign takeovers of UK companies … [Read more...] about Pubs need to know TODAY if 27,000 beer gardens can open by June 22 to give landlords enough time to train staff and prepare for social-distancing – as punters face reduced range due to draught ales taking three weeks to brew
Martin Melzer has confidence in the industry and is not fazed by cancellations. His 65th ocean voyage with the Norwegian MS Spitsbergen for a cruise around Spitsbergen was canceled — but Melzer remains steadfast in taking part in future voyages. He now has his eyes set on a sightseeing cruise to Norway with Tui Cruises at the end of August, one that explores the fjords without ever disembarking. … [Read more...] about A great getaway or a coronavirus cage? The difficult restart for sea cruises