July 15, 2003 Regular News July 15, 2003 On the Move Karen A. Dean has joined Fowler White Boggs Banker, with offices at 501 E. Kennedy Blvd., Ste. 1700, Tampa 33602, telephone (813) 228-7411. She concentrates in medical malpractice care litigation and licensing issues before the administrative boards of professional regulation. Alyssa L. Katz has joined Michael P. Maddux, P.A., with offices relocated to 2102 W. Cleveland St., Tampa 33606, telephone (813) 253-3363. She concentrates in criminal defense, juvenile, and dependency appeals. Valerie Erwin Prevatte, former assistant state attorney, First Judicial Circuit, has joined Schofield & Wade, P.A., with offices at 25 W. Cedar St., Ste. 450, P.O. Box 13510, Pensacola 32591, telephone (850) 429-0755. She practices in insurance defense, products liability, commercial litigation, workers’ compensation, and employment law. Susan S. Lerner has joined Josephs, Jack & Miranda, P.A., with offices located at 2950 SW 27th Ave., Ste. 100, Miami 33133, telephone (305) 445-3800. She concentrates in appellate practice, insurance coverage, products liability, wrongful death, and personal injury. Frank N. Fleischer, formerly with Schifino & Fleischer, P.A., has joined GrayHarris, with offices at 201 N. Franklin St., Ste. 2200, Tampa 33602, telephone (813) 273-5000. He serves as chair of the firm’s public finance practice group. Susan E. Sewell has become a member of Gurney & Handley, P.A., with offices at Two Landmark Center, 225 E. Robinson St., Ste. 450, P.O. Box 1273, Orlando 32802, telephone (407) 843-9500. Richard A. Adamy, Jr., has joined Fowler White Boggs Banker, with offices at 501 1st Ave. N., Ste. 900, St. Petersburg 33701, telephone (727) 896-0601. He concentrates in workers’ compensation. Jonathan Beckerman, Judd Goldberg, Patrick Martin, and Niza Motola have become associates with Littler Mendelson, with offices at One Biscayne Tower, Two S. Biscayne Blvd., Ste. 1500, Miami 33131, telephone (305) 400-7500. The firm practices in employment and labor law. Kelley Geraghty Price and Norma Brenne Vincent have joined Cohen & Grigsby, P.C., with offices at 4901 Tamiami Tr. N., Naples 34103. Price concentrates in general civil and commercial litigation and dispute resolution; Vincent concentrates in immigration, international business, and real estate matters.Dresnick, Ellsworth & Felder, P.A., has changed its name to Dresnick & Rodriguez, P.A., with offices at 201 Alhambra Circle, Ste. 701, Coral Gables 33134, telephone (305) 461-1975. The firm concentrates in representing hospitals, physicians, and other health care providers in regulatory and peer review matters. Philip J. Crowley and Lori A. Heim have joined Hinshaw & Culbertson, with offices at 100 S. Ashley St., Ste. 830, Tampa 33602, telephone (813) 276-1662. Crowley practices in general insurance defense and Heim practices in commercial litigation, real estate, bankruptcy, and creditors’ rights. Ofelia Damas-Rodriguez has joined Hinshaw & Culbertson, with offices at 9155 S. Dadeland Blvd., Ste. 1600, Miami 33156, telephone (305) 358-7747. She concentrates in medical malpractice and general liability. David J. Ahr, Jr., has joined Haile, Shaw & Pfaffenberger, P.A., with offices located at Three Golden Bear Plaza, 11780 U.S. Hgwy. One, North Palm Beach 33408, telephone (561) 627-8100. Michael R. Bakst has joined Elk, Bankier & Christu, LLP, which will now be known as Elk, Bankier, Christu & Bakst, LLP, with its West Palm Beach offices relocated to 222 Lakeview Ave., Ste. 1330, West Palm Beach 33401, telephone (561) 238-9900. He concentrates in bankruptcy law. Amy E. Lettellier has joined GrayHarris, Tampa, with offices at 201 N. Franklin St., Ste. 2200, Tampa 33602, telephone (813) 273-5000. She concentrates in the area of public finance. Scott R. Jeeves, John M. Della Costa, Jr., and Clifford K. Wells, formerly of Woodruff & Jeeves, P.A., have relocated and formed Jeeves Law Group, P.A., with offices at 248 First Ave. N., St. Petersburg 33701, telephone (727) 894-2929. The group concentrates in automobile accidents, medical malpractice, nursing home abuse, severe product liability, and consumer fraud litigation. Heather Fitzenhagen announces the formation of resolution strategies, LLC, with offices at 1750 Marlyn Rd., Ft. Myers 33901, telephone (239) 839-2402. The organization concentrates in securities disputes. James B. Baldinger, former vice president of business security and senior corporate counsel for AT&T Wireless Services, Inc., has rejoined Carlton Fields, with offices located at One Harbour Place, P.O. Box 3239, Tampa 33601, telephone (813) 229-4130. He practices in commercial litigation. Reginald J. Brown, former deputy general counsel to Gov. Jeb Bush, and former assistant to the CEO of Nationwide Insurance and Financial Services, has become special assistant to President George W. Bush as well as associate White House counsel. Frank N. Fleischer, formerly of Schifino & Fleischer, P.A., has joined GrayHarris, with offices at 201 N. Franklin St., Ste. 2200, Tampa 33602, telephone (813) 273-5000. He becomes chair of the GrayHarris public finance group. Mark H. Schlein, former director of Florida’s Medicaid Fraud Control Unit, has joined Ruden, McClosky, Smith, Schuster & Russell, P.A., with offices at 215 S. Monroe St., Ste. 815, Tallahassee 32301, telephone (850) 412-2000. He concentrates in health care fraud, fraud against the government, and corporate integrity. Curtis Alva, formerly of Shutts & Bowen, LLP, and Paul T. Kashimba, formerly of Sensormatic, have joined Gunster Yoakley, with offices at the Broward Financial Centre, 500 E. Broward Blvd., Ste. 1400, Ft. Lauderdale 33394, telephone (954) 462-2000. Stephen T. Maher has joined Shutts & Bowen, LLP, with offices located at 1500 Miami Centre, 201 S. Biscayne Blvd., Miami 33131, telephone (305) 358-6300. He practices in the areas of administrative law, litigation, and appellate review. Ratzan & Alters, P.A., announces the relocation of offices to the Wachovia Financial Center, 200 S. Biscayne Blvd., 54th Fl., Miami, telephone (305) 374-6366. Carlos MuZiz, formerly with the offices of Gov. Jeb Bush, has joined GrayHarris, with offices at 301 S. Bronough St., Ste. 600, Tallahassee 32301, telephone (850) 222-7717. He concentrates in litigation and administrative matters. Barbara M. Brown has become an associate with the Law Offices of Denis A. Cohrs, P.A., with offices located at 2575 Ulmerton Road, Ste. 210, Clearwater 33762, telephone (727)540-0001. She practices in the areas of civil litigation, commercial and real estate law, and wills and trusts. Jonathan W. Oliff has joined Foley & Lardner, with offices at The Greenleaf Bldg., 200 Laura St., Jacksonville 32202, telephone (904) 359-2000. He joins the firm’s litigation department and labor and employment practice group. Kevin M. Eckhardt, Susan E. Mortensen, and Douglas W. Swalina have joined Weil, Gotshal & Manges, LLP, with offices at 701 Brickell Ave., Miami 33131. Eckhardt joins the firm’s business finance and restructuring department; Mortensen and Swalina join the litigation department. Delancy Hill announces the relocation of offices to the Wachovia Financial Center, 200 S. Biscayne Blvd., Ste. 2680, Miami 33131, telephone (786) 777-0184. The firm concentrates in litigation and transactions. Charles Tatelbaum has joined Adorno & Yoss, with offices located at 888 S.E. 3rd Ave., Ste. 500, Ft. Lauderdale 33335, telephone (954) 523-5885. He joins the firm’s bankruptcy and insolvency department. Michael Palahach and Carlos Cruanes, former partners of High, Stack, Palahach & Cruanes, announce the formation of Palahach & Cruanes, LLC, with offices at 2655 LeJeune Rd., Ste. 1108, Coral Gables. The firm concentrates in wrongful death, personal injury and medical malpractice.
View comments Jo Koy draws ire for cutting through Cebu City traffic with ‘wang-wang’ Cherry Rondina going through spiking drills during the tryouts for the Philippine National Women’s Volleyball Team Wednesday at Arellano University. CONTRIBUTED PHOTOCherry Rondina has long established herself as one of the most fun-loving players in the UAAP, but that happiness vanished when University of Santo Tomas failed to enter the Final Four for the third time in four seasons.The 21-year-old Golden Tigress was a clear picture of grief as she cried on the court of Blue Eagle Gym on Saturday when UST lost to Adamson University, 25-6, 25-23, 25-23 to finish the season with a disappointing 4-10 record.ADVERTISEMENT In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ P16.5-M worth of aid provided for Taal Volcano eruption victims — NDRRMC Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. And it took almost four days for Rondina to face the public with her trademark cheerfulness.Rondina is one of the 34 women head coach Ramil De Jesus invited for the tryouts of the Philippine National Women’s Volleyball Team.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownAnd on Wednesday, Rondina once more showed the happiness that made her such an endearing figure to the volleyball community.“I think this is one way of venting out my frustrations after we missed the Final Four,” said Rondina in Filipino at Arellano University. “That’s in the past, this is a new start for my volleyball career.” Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio 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 Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew “This is a new opportunity, and I’m just showing these guys how I play.”Rondina showed up in the first day of the tryouts on April 11 but left early with UST head coach Kung Fu Reyes to attend to her commitment to the Golden Tigresses, but the 5-foot-6 outside hitter made up for lost time as she got uncorked in the two scrimmages of the second day.As if she was wearing her UST jersey, Rondina catapulted herself into several crosscourt kills and back row attacks that intimidated those who were on the other side of her net.Players like Mary Joy Baron, who scored a block on Rondina, Dawn Macandili, Kath Arado, and Cha Cruz-Behag among others were on the receiving end of Rondina’s constant energy.“I’m just happy that I’m able to showcase my limited knowledge on volleyball,” said Rondina who humbled herself. “I hope they were satisfied with my performance.”ADVERTISEMENT Green group flags ‘overkill’ use of plastic banderitas in Manila Sto. Niño feast Scientists seek rare species survivors amid Australia flames MOST READ “And I’m glad that I shared the floor with the other players and I’m just pushing myself so I can match up with them. At first I was a bit shy, but later on I just showed the real me and how I play.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Dy unsatisfied with performance in national team tryouts: ‘I feel I can show more’ Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding LATEST STORIES ‘Stop romanticizing Pinoy resilience’ Truck driver killed in Davao del Sur road accident
“It’s being worked on with staff and officials,” she said. The expansion is part of Westfield’s business model to reinvest in its property, Dickey said. Currently, the mall is anchored by a Macy’s and a Bloomingdale’s. The company has not announced any new retailers. The company is waiting for approvals from the city, a process that could take months. The center covers 840,000 square feet in its current configuration. The latest application seeks approval to add 170,000 square feet; Westfield already obtained approval in 1994 to add 110,000 square feet of retail space. New mall space would replace part of a two-story parking deck at the east end of the property, while a new, five-story parking deck would be built next to Macy’s. Plans call for four new restaurants and a revamped food court, similar to the upscale dining terrace at Westfield Topanga in Canoga Park. The proposal also outlines a new mall entrance from Riverside Drive, just east of Matilija Avenue. Construction would take 24 months to 36 months, Dickey said. City Councilwoman Wendy Greuel, who represents the area and chairs the council’s Transportation Committee, termed traffic around Fashion Square a “disaster.” A solution lies in listening to locals, she said. “I am cautiously optimistic that if they move forward working with us in the community, they can design ingress and egress that will improve the traffic there” and benefit the neighborhood, she said. Art Howard, president of the Studio City Residents Association, said residents in communities surrounding the mall are also worried about busy streets. “If there is a lot more business, there will be a lot more traffic going there,” said Howard, “and they will be using our streets.” [email protected] (818) 713-3735 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! SHERMAN OAKS – The Westfield Group is planning a big expansion at Westfield Fashion Square, and residents worry that it will further clog already congested streets. By building south toward the 101 Freeway, Westfield would add 280,000 square feet and 80 stores to the 120 stores already there. The $200 million proposal, which would increase the mall’s size by one-third, is prompting residents’ concerns about traffic jams on Riverside Drive, Hazeltine Avenue and Woodman Avenue. “That project has insufficient mitigations for the project of that size,” said Ellen Vukovich, a member of the Sherman Oaks Homeowners Association board. The company disagrees. Westfield officials have factored in community concerns about the traffic flow and plan new left-turn lanes, traffic lights and signs, said spokeswoman Katy Dickey.
Donegal could be hit by snow this weekend during what is expected to be “raw and very frosty” weather spell.Met Eireann has confirmed parts of Ireland will be waking up to blanket of white on Sunday morning.Showers will turn “increasingly wintry” on Saturday night, and brisk winds will hit as temperatures are set to plunge to -3C. A Met Eireann forecaster said: “Feeling raw this weekend; bright sunshine but wintry falls in places too. Very frosty at times also, with some icy stretches.“Saturday will be very cold with an added wind factor, owing to brisk westerly winds.Temperatures have already been getting lower this week with a dusting of strong sleet hitting the county on Wednesday morning last.Our picture shows Muckish after it received a light dusting of snow on Wednesday morning. It will be a frosty and icy start to Sunday and wintry showers may continue throughout the day. There will be overnight lows of -3C.Met Eireann forecast: “Some lying snow to begin, mainly across parts of the west and the north midlands.“Frost and ice in parts too. Scattered wintry showers during the day, but winter sunshine at times too.Freezing weekend forecast and snow could hit Donegal on Saturday night was last modified: December 13th, 2019 by StephenShare 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:donegalMuckishSaturdaysnow
Get Raiders news in your inbox. Sign up now for the free Raiders HQ newsletter.ALAMEDA — The Raiders identified their backup quarterback Saturday and said farewell to the “white tiger.”AJ McCarron, signed by the Buffalo Bills in the off-season to compete for the starting job, will join the Raiders in exchange for a fifth-round draft pick, the Raiders announced. Bryant, a wide receiver acquired from the Pittsburgh Steelers in exchange for a third-round draft pick, was released in the initial …
Exclusive The Darwinists may have gotten the headlines with their lawsuit to stop intelligent design in a local high school (see 01/19/2006 story), but the townspeople of Frazier Park, California showed warm support for ID in person. A town hall advertised in the local paper and sponsored by one of the area churches packed out the community center with some 250 people eager to hear more about intelligent design. Most seemed to be from local churches, but several town officials, reporters and some families of the lawsuit plaintiffs were present. After the showing of the film Unlocking the Mystery of Life, a panel of scientists and teachers supporting ID took questions from the audience. No one was hostile or confrontational; if anything, the anti-ID people seemed rather timid or just sat quietly. An independent filmmaker gathered footage for a documentary he wants to make on the ID controversy in America. A reporter for the local paper said he came expecting to hear religious arguments for the existence of God, but was surprised by the quality of the scientific arguments for intelligent design and found them convincing. His staff also were impressed by how polite and friendly the pro-ID people were.One point made clear was that this was an opportunity for people to learn about ID and to open the door for rational discussion on this issue in a pleasant, non-confrontational manner. The pastor who acted as MC did not lead in prayer or create any religious pressure, but broke the ice by thanking them all for coming, humorously congratulating them for getting their small town in the national spotlight, and inviting them to share their questions. Panel members stayed on topic about what ID is. Though religious or philosophical implications are important on both sides of the debate, the panelists were careful to stick to the issue of whether design from intelligent causes can be approached scientifically. Church volunteers brought tables of refreshments and a bookseller had a table full of ID books and videos for sale; another table contained handouts on ID topics found on the Discovery Institute website. This could be a great idea for your home town. Organize a town hall on intelligent design and show one of the Illustra Media films. These quality productions say most of what needs to be said. Have handouts, serve some food, make some books and videos available for sale, and get some knowledgeable teachers or scientists to take a few questions. You could well get a big crowd of interested people, like the little town of Frazier Park did. The Darwinists may have felt outnumbered on this occasion, but if so, they were overpowered only by friendly and gracious people. Another producer was overheard to say that in his experience Christians and pro-ID people tended to be likeable, compared to pro-Darwinists who tend to be “loud, aggressive, insecure and unlikable, or just hopelessly naive.” Every effort was made to give opponents a sympathetic hearing. The emphasis of the meeting was to define what intelligent design is, and to learn more about it, without pressure or confrontation. The film was extremely effective. Afterwards, you could almost sense that any antagonists would have felt sheepish trying to contradict the arguments made so effectively. They seemed to have been caught off guard. The ID they learned about was apparently much more scholarly, well-reasoned and attractive than what they may have read in the newspapers. This is what needs to be done from the grass roots up. One of Phillip Johnson’s books is entitled, Defeating Darwinism by Opening Minds. Let’s open some minds, shall we?(Visited 8 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0
Here’s a random assortment of things floating around in the science news media – some fascinating, some informative, some disgusting. We’ll let the readers decide which is which. Since it’s Friday the 13th, a day to enjoy like any other day, we’ll give you a baker’s dozen to sample.Optical illusion: You won’t believe your eyes at this optical illusion posted on New Scientist.The Science of Tebow: Watch Stephanie Pappas on Live Science explain the Tim Tebow phenomenon from a naturalistic perspective. Can Tebow pray for her?Drunken sailor in your muscles: A walking machine in your cells does the sidestep, explains Science Daily.The Plantimal: It’s half plant and half animal, claims New Scientist, playing “merry hell” with our classification systems. “The division between plants and animals is collapsing completely.”Spider clothes: This is really noteworthy. “Eighty people collected, harnessed, and released wild spiders” in Madagascar “every day to produce enough silk” to make some clothes, reports the BBC News in a slide show worth watching. Did you know spider silk is golden yellow?Saturnalia: Browse through the 10 biggest discoveries from the Cassini mission to Saturn in 2011 (Jet Propulsion Laboratory).Reagan vindicated: Remember the laughter when Ronald Reagan said trees cause acid rain? Now read this. PhysOrg confirms that trees cause 90% of it.Microribbit: The world’s tiniest frog has been discovered in New Guinea (BBC News), so small a dime is a large lilypad for it. It’s a contender for the world’s smallest vertebrate.Wonder machines of the nucleus: Helicases drive down DNA strands covering hundreds of bases per second without falling off. Let Live Science tell you how (100% Darwin-free).Weird dinosaur: This otherwise fierce-looking dinosaur would never win an arm-wrestling contest (PhysOrg).Breath of life: Evolutionists have their Genesis stories, too: this one on Live Science uses “may have” and “appeared” in classic Darwin storytelling style, alleging that a complex protein “appeared” to give life its first breath. Invokes the mythical Great Oxygenation Event (see 1/09/2012 commentary).Babel artifact: Fox News showed a photo of pictorial cuneiform inscription that shows King Nebuchadnezzar II and a ziggurat, with the Babylonian king’s own words. Readers can decide whether it (1) refers to a historical Tower of Babel, (2) inspired the Biblical story of the Tower of Babel, as the article claims, or (3) none of the above. (Hint: If professor Todd at BiblePlaces believed it, he would have said so.)Apps for apes: New Scientist informs us that orang-utans at the Milwaukee County Zoo seem fascinated by iPads, provided they can’t take them with them into the cage. They like to use the finger-painting apps. Buried in the article: “If they got a hold of it, they’d take it apart… Orang-utans pee on everything.” Don’t expect an ape-designed app any time soon.We hope you enjoyed this piñata of news nuggets. For every post on CEH, hundreds of headline titles are scanned from science journals and science media outlets, a few dozen are noted, and one to a dozen are reported on. This takes a lot of time and effort. If you appreciate this service, consider donating to support it, posting comments, and promoting it on your social media any way you can. Use the convenient buttons below to spread the word.(Visited 37 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0
20 June 2008A senior official from the Department of Minerals and Energy has urged members of Parliament to approve the construction of a new multi-product pipeline between Durban and Gauteng province in order to avoid future liquid fuel shortages in the country.The department has also recommended to Cabinet several changes to improve South Africa’s capacity for streamlining its oil demand, which could involve costs of up to R1-billion – much of which would have to be carried by the fuel industry.Addressing the media in Cape Town this week, deputy director-general for hydrocarbons and energy planning in the department, Nhlanhla Gumede, warned that the costs to the economy would be far higher if the recommendations were not implemented, as South Africa could end up facing a liquid fuels shortage.He pointed out that by 2025, South Africa’s energy demands were likely to have doubled, with the country importing far more than it currently produces. The country had run out of surplus refining capacity by the end of 2006, he told Parliament.Fuel reservesOutlining a number of factors placing pressure on supply ahead of the completion of a new pipeline from Durban to Gauteng by 2010, Gumede said South Africa currently had capacity for only about eight to 10 days’ of fuel storage.In the case of airlines, the storage times were even shorter, with OR Tambo International Airport, for instance, having only five days’ of storage capacity. The international best practice standard is 30 days’ of stored fuel supply.Proposed solutions to this tight supply situation include enforcing obligatory stock holding levels in the airline industry, with every “customer group” being made to pay for its own stock holding.If nothing is done about the current situation, road freight would be severely over-utilised, said Gumede, outlining a scenario by 2010 where road tankers carrying fuel from the port of Durban to the country’s industrial heartland of Gauteng would be at the rate of more than 10 an hour.By the third quarter of 2009, South Africa would not be able to supply inland demand unless major changes were made, he said.The new pipeline being laid between Durban and Gauteng will have an initial capacity of 1 100 cubic metres of fuel per hour, rising to about 3 000 cubic meters of fuel per hour by 2025, when all pump stations along the Durban-Gauteng route are completed.Improving rail freightHowever, the rail system would have be to be improved in the meanwhile to ensure security of supply, with a proposal for a consolidation of the network by using, for instance, block trains as well as route substitution.The turnaround time for a container travelling from Durban to Johannesburg and back is currently around 14 days, said Gumede, adding that this needed to be reduced to four days, with an ideal of two days over the longer term.The country currently had “no choice” but to reduce this turnaround time down to four days at the most, he said, adding that investments in infrastructure such as rail sidings would have to be made to make this possible, with the additional costs to be carried by the oil industry.Other solutionsOther changes would also be needed, such as increased overtime and weekend work, while the government would need to examine the question of a more efficient rail system in the light of the country’s competition law.Outlining other possible solutions to refining capacity, Gumede said that while South Africa had a substantial capacity to manufacture coal-to-liquid fuels, a new coal-to-liquid plant – such as those operated by Sasol – would be needed every three to four years to supply 85 000 barrels of fuel per day.The Department of Minerals and Energy has also recommended that at least 30% of the country’s petroleum products be made from indigenous raw materials, be it from gas-to-liquid technology, biofuels or coal-to-liquid technology.In the meantime, the approval and implementation of the Multi-Product Pipeline Project was “a matter of urgency”, Gumede told members of Parliament.Source: BuaNews
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Highlight1: Women leaders to speak at the India Today Woman Summit and Awards 2014 on August 9. #Highlight2: The event is being held at ITC Maurya in the National Capital. #Highlight3: There will be 24 speakers addressing the Summit. #Highlight4: Politicians, sportswomen and Bollywood stars will be seen debating issues. #Highlight5: Key speakers are Harsimrat Kaur Badal(Union Minister), Shilpa Shetty (Actor), Smirti Irani (HRD Minister), Tabu (Actor). #Highlight6: Union Minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal will speak on how women handle power and politics better. #Highlight7: Actress Manisha Koirala to speak on her battle against cancer. #Highlight8: Shilpa Shetty to speak on “One Woman, Many Roles”. #Highlight9: Actor-turned-BJP MP Kirron Kher and actress Khushboo Sundar will speak on “A New Identity Grit, Glamour, Guts”. #Highlight10: Kalli Purie, Group Synergy and Creative Officer, India Today Group welcomes the guests at India Today Woman Summit 2014. #Highlight11: Women at the top are changing rules: Kalli. #Highlight12: They are defying sterotypes: Kalli. #Highlight13: Unless we bridge trust deficit, we will not be able to make it: Kalli. #Highlight14: Women who have chosen motherhood as full time job have to understand working women and have to work together: Kalli #Highlight15: Celebrating womanhood in its wholenmess: Kalli. #Highlight16: Kaveree Bamzai, Editor, India Today, on stage. She welcomes Harsimrat Kaur Badal, Union MInister Food Processing Industry. #Highlight17: Society is changing: Harsimrat. #Highlight18: Politics was far from my agenda, I am in politics by default, by destiny, not by desire: Harsimrat Kaur Badal. #Highlight19: Punjab does not grow any drug, but we have a border. From two sides we are surrounded by places where drugs are legal and easy. We could only clamp down and put them in jail. 2000 people we have caught from Punjab and few foreigners. We have zero tolerance towards drugs.: Harsimrat. #Highlight20: We have porous border. Being in government I know we are doing work: Harsimrat. #Highlight21:My kids suffred a lot, they stood by what I was doing: Harsimrat. # Highlight22:Punjab had worst female ratio in India: Harsimrat. #Highlight23:Journey was long, we are on track and going in right direction: Harsimrat. # Highlight24:As a woman it was challenging and very tough: Harsimrat. #Highlight25:Woman MP from political families do not have it easy. I am the only MP who covered her 900 constituencies at least 4 times in 5 months: Harsimrat. #Highlight26:Nobody from any decent family wants to get into politics including my kids: Harsimrat. #Highlight27:This PM has risen from bottom and knows what’s to be done. He’s done it and proved it in his state: Harsimrat. #Highlight28:This PM sets the agenda himself. Starting from weeding out corruption, taking hard decision and ensuring everybody is working: Harsimrat. #Highlight29:There is reporting system so work will move and things will get done: Harsimrat. #Highlight30:Politicians in the Parliament are mirror of society. If the women don’t come in front, their issue will not be resolved: Harsimrat. #Highlight31:Being a woman, I know what issues the women have: Harsimrat. #Highlight32:We understand the challenges women face: Harsimrat. #Highlight33:Next session: Beating Cancer Living to Tell the Tale. #Highlight34:Manisha Koirala is on the stage. #Highlight35:When you face your mortality, you start reflecting a lot, start questioning a lot. I had to deal with lot of fear, uncertainty. I had great family support: Manisha #Highlight36:Spiritual journey I had taken few years back I could deal with the fears: Manisha # Highlight37:The good part about being a celebrity is that if I ever asked for help, I would definitely get it: Manisha #Highlight38:I consulted my spiritual teacher he told me how to deal with the fear: Manisha #Highlight39:Any hurt, any fear, don’t run away from it, stay with the pain. Go through the whole process, cry, shout: Manisha #Highlight40:When I found out about cancer, I was numb, I was in denial, I thought it couldn’t happen to me: Manisha #Highlight41:It wasn’t easy for my family to laugh and be positive that time but we made an effort: Manisha #Highlight42:I had to tell myself, it’s not chemotherapy, they are Vitamin shots: Manisha Koirala #Highlight43:It wasn’t easy for my family to laugh and be positive but we made an effort: Manisha # Highlight44:Your reaction to hard times make you or break you: Manisha #Highlight45:A lot of soul searching, a lot of identification with my looks, body. There were a lot of questions. So it was quite a journey: Manisha #Highlight46:Cancer is not death sentence. There is lot of fear in India. We need to oversome that: Manisha #Highlight47:I will write a separate book on my cancer journey: Manisha #Highlight48:I have started enjoying life. I was existing before and now I am living: Manisha #Highlight49:Session begins: What a racket – The String Quintet #Highlight50:Squash player Deepika Pallikal and badminton players Jwala Gutta and PV Sindhu on stage #Highlight51:There is discrimination against women. I am only 23 and I don’t have guts. There is no greater feeling than playing for the country: Deepika Pallikal #Highlight52:We just expect acknowledgement, appreciation. We are women achievers: Jwala Gutta #Highlight53:I spoke up only when bad things had happened, when I was threatened to be banned for life. I believe in strength, being truthful gives strength: Jwala Gutta #Highlight54:Next session: Mind, Body, Soul The Mantra of Makeover #Highlight55:Mala Sekhri welcomes Dr Rashmi Shetty, Chhaya Momaya, Tapasya Mundhra and Sara Abdullah Pilot #Highlight56: I would want to look good for a man: Chhaya Momaya #Highlight57:Looking good is extremely important. If you eat fresh it stays with you all your life: Chhaya Momaya #Highlight58:Shifting the focus from outer body to inner helps: Sara Abdullah #Highlight59: Anti-ageing is to look beautiful and age is not a criteria: Rashmi Shetty #Highlight60:I tried Botox on myself, but left it at that, I use lip balm, mascara and sunscreen: Rashmi Shetty #Highlight61:Time to eat and portion to eat is the key: Tapasya Mundhra #Highlight62:When complimenting a lady, how honest can a man be? asks Jamal Sheikh, Editor, Men’s Health #Highlight63:Be honest, answers Chhaya Momaya #Highlight64:Be honest. But stay kind, not mean while complimenting, says Sara Abdullah #Highlight65:Use a good moisturiser, eat well, don’t get scared of food, lot of knowledge is good – say the four experts summing up the session #Highlight66: Session begins: Lover, Friend, Son, Husband Creating a More Equal World #Highlight67: Gul Panag, Shelja Sen and Meenakshi Reddy Madhavan on the stage #Highlight68:Equal access to opportunity is what defines gender equality: Gul Panag # Highlight69:I am a relentless crusader when it comes to gender justice: Gul Panag #Highlight70:People shouldn’t be denied on basis of what they were born- men or women: Shelja #Highlight71:Keynote Session – The Idol Trap Rhetoric vs Reality #Highlight72:Kaveree Bamzai welcomes Imran Khan on stage #Highlight73:Imaara means strong and resolute. I want my daughter to be strong: Imran #Highlight74:My mother brought me up as a thinking person: Imran # Highlight75:From the age of 10 to 15 I did cooking, washing in a Gurukul-type school away from home: Imran #Highlight76:My first film released at age 24. At that age you don’t know what constitutes a smart career choice: Imran #Highlight77:I find it distasteful to disown a film: Imran #Highlight78:I think we are moving in the right direction. We are looking at content in addition to Box Office. There are interesting films for women like Kahaani, Queen. # Highlight79:Not a fan of remakes, I think originals should be left untouched: Imran #Highlight80:Session: Living with Legacy Beyond the Famous Last Name #Highlight81:Panelists – Upasna Kamineni, MD – Apollo Life, Ashni Biyani, Director, Future Group, Sushmita Dev, Member of Parliament #Highlight82:Constant comparison can be a problem, but you got to hold your own: Sushmita DevHighlight83:We are inspired and sometimes we get weighed down with legacy: Ashni Biyani #Highlight84:I started as a Mayor, the day I stepped on the green carpet in Parliament was the happiest day of my life: Sushmita # Highlight85:Session: Keep Calm and Carry Stress and the Modern Woman #Highlight86:Speaker: Jaya Row, Founder, Vedanta Vision is on stage #Highlight87:Stress is defined as mental agitation caused by unfulfilled desires: Jaya Row #Highlight88:Be a master of desires and live life as a king: Jaya Row #Highlight89:Rise above desire, object of desire will come to you: Jaya Row #Highlight90:Break free of self imposed limitations: Jaya Row #Highlight91:Session: The Good Fight Surviving the Odds #Highlight92:Speakers: Arunima Sinha, Mountaineer and Laxmi, Acid attack survivor #Highlight93:This acid attack was not just on me, it was on my family: Laxmi #Highlight94:It ruined my life. Sometime back I lost my father and brother also: Laxmi #Highlight95:My leg was amputated without anesthesia: Arunima Sinha # Highlight96:I had started losing my confidence that’s when I decided to climb Everest: Arunima Sinha # Highlight97:Arunima Sinha, Laxmi get standing ovation at India Today Woman Summit #Highlight98:Session: A World of Change Why Women Need to Speak Up, Be Heard # Highlight99:Speaker: Smriti Irani, Union Human Resource Development Minister #Highlight100:Most challenging has been sitting for an invterview to get my child admitted to a school: Smriti #Highlight101:Big challenge is balance work and home: Smriti #Highlight102:Given the Constitutional responsibility that comes with the Ministry I uphold Constitutional duty: Smriti #Highlight103:I have a dedicated team of officers that trusts the capabity of bureaucrats to deliver: Smriti # Highlight104:Ekta Kapoor has done phenomenal work: Smriti #Highlight105:I joined politics since I wanted to be part of change: Smriti #Highlight106:Narendra Modi is not known to express his feelings openly, but to give his blessing to me in public is overwhelming: Smriti #Highlight108:Through AICTE we are exploring technical education avenues for girls: Smriti #Highlight109:We are working towards affordable and reachable education for girls: Smriti # Highlight110:I am not defined only by my relationship: Smriti # Highlight111:I led life on my own terms is what defines me: Smriti #Highlight112:Session: Stardom on my own terms – Limelight and a life too #Highlight113:Speaker: Tabu #Highlight114:People call me recluse, but recluse don’t do films: Tabu #Highlight115:I don’t miss not being in front of camera: Tabu #Highlight116:Salman is family to me, I enjoy working with him: Tabu #Highlight117:Session: A New Identity – Grit, Glamour, Guts #Highlight118:Speakers: Kirron Kher and Khushbu Sundar #Highlight119:Someone tried to step on my self-respect that’s what triggered me to leave politics: Khushbu #Highlight120:Session: Size Doesn’t Matter Talent Does #Highlight121:Speaker: Huma Qureshi #Highlight122:No one says big is beautiful and small is ugly, women come in all shapes and sizes: Huma #Highlight123:I make a conscious decision to be healthier: Huma #Highlight124:I wouldn’t mind a man with 8 pack abs: Huma #Highlight125:Important to find balance in life: Huma #Highlight126:India Today Woman Awards 2014 begin#Highlight127:India Today Storyteller: Gitanjali Rao, Filmmaker, animator, illustrator #Highlight128:India Today Woman in Science: J Manjula, Defence Avionics #Highlight129:India Today Woman in Sport: PV Sindhu, Badminton player #Highlight130:India Today Corporate Woman: Roopa Kudwa, MD, Crisil #Highlight131:India Today Woman Innovator: Anusha Yadav, Founder, Indian Memory Project #Highlight132:Inspirational Movie award: Arunima Sinha, Mountaineer #Highlight133:India Today Inspirational Woman Award: Laxmi, Acid attack survivor #Highlight134:India Today Woman of Substance: Tabu #Highlight135:India Today Woman of Style: Shilpa Shetty #Highlight136:India Today Woman – Woman of the year: Manisha Koirala #Highlight137:Dinner Keynote Confession: Actor, Mother, Entrepreneur-One Woman Many Roles #Highlight138:Speaker: Shilpa Shetty #Highlight139:Losing weight is all about lifestyle modifications: Shilpa #Highlight140:I lead a healthy life, I don’t drink: Shilpa #Highlight141:I admit I had a nose job done: Shilpa #Highlight142:I feel fortunate to be endowed with a lot in life: Shilpa #Highlight143:I was just being myself on Big Brother, didn’t understand the gravity of situation while inside: Shilpa #Highlight144:I want to bring up Viaan in the right way: Shilpa #Highlight145:There’s nothing in life that we as women cannot achieve, it’s all about conditioning: Shilpa #Highlight146:I attribute all my success to my mother: Shilpa #Highlight147:Vote of Thanks by Balram Garg, PC Jeweller # advertisementadvertisementadvertisement