#QuartaDetremuraSDV Consolidados Grande SP 29/10/2018

Gancho final de capítulo de Segundo Sol (Globo)
Gancho final de capítulo de Segundo Sol (Globo)

Segundo Sol cravou novo recorde de público em São Paulo. Apesar de ser exibida muito tarde, após as 22h, sucedendo um edição longa do Jornal Nacional, a novela de João Emanuel Carneiro cravou 41 pontos de média na capital paulista.

Espelho da Vida segue abaixo aquém do esperado. A novela das seis foi prejudica pela entrevista exclusiva do Presidente Jair Bolsonaro à Record TV.

À tarde, Record crava o segundo lugar com reprises de Luz do Sol e Essas Mulheres.

Confira, abaixo, as audiências de segunda-feira, 27 de outubro:


Hora Um – 5,1
Bom Dia São Paulo – 10,7
Bom Dia Brasil – 11,3
Mais Você – 8,9
Encontro – 8,3
SP1 – 13,3
Globo Esporte – 12,5
Jornal Hoje – 12,3
Vídeo Show – 10,2
Sessão da Tarde: Dança Comigo? – 12,3
Vale a Pena Ver de Novo: Belíssima – 15,0
Malhação: Vidas Brasileiras – 17,0
Espelho da Vida – 19,8
SP2 – 23,6
O Tempo Não Para – 26,0
Jornal Nacional – 35,8
Segundo Sol – 41,1
Tela Quente: Os 33 – 19,9
Jornal da Globo – 8,8
Conversa com Bial – 5,9


Balanço Geral Manhã – 2,9
São Paulo no Ar – 5,3
Fala Brasil – 6,1
Hoje em Dia – 6,0
Minuto do Casamento – 6,7
Balanço Geral SP – 11,5
Luz do Sol – 8,2
Essas Mulheres – 7,1
Cidade Alerta (das 16h49 às 19h00) – 14,0
O Voto na Record: Entrevista de Jair Bolsonaro – 17,0
Cidade Alerta (das 19h33 às 19h54) – 16,0
Média geral: Cidade Alerta – 14,2
A Terra Prometida – 10,9
Jesus – 10,3
Jornal da Record – 7,4
A Fazenda 10 – 9,7
Programa do Porchat – 4,5


Primeiro Impacto – 5,4
Bom Dia & Cia – 6,9
Fofocalizando – 6,4
Casos de Família – 5,6
Teresa – 4,9
Carrossel – 6,5
SBT Brasil – 7,7
Roda a Roda – 10,9
As Aventuras de Poliana – 13,5
Chiquititas – 11,2
Programa do Ratinho – 8,3
Conexão Repórter – 5,7
The Noite – 6,3
Roda a Roda (reprise) – 4,1
SBT Notícias – 3,8


Jornal BandNews – 0,7
Café com Jornal local – 1,2
Café com Jornal Edição Brasil – 1,1
Sempre Bem – 0,6
Cozinha do Bork – 0,8
Superpoderosas – 0,4
Jogo Aberto – 3,7
Os Donos da Bola – 2,6
Melhor da Tarde local – 1,5
Melhor da Tarde – 1,9
Brasil Urgente – 5,8
Brasil Urgente local – 5,2
Jornal da Band – 5,0
Minha Vida – 1,2
VídeoNews – 0,4
Planeta Selvagem – 1,1
Viagens ao Redor do Mundo – 0,6
Jornal da Noite – 0,4


Te Peguei – 0,4
Você na TV – 0,8
Edu Guedes e Você by Sidney Oliveira – 1,0
A Tarde é Sua – 2,0
Tricotando – 0,6
RedeTV! News – 1,0
TV Fama – 0,8
Superpop – 1,0
Leitura Dinâmica – 0,8

Um ponto equivale a 71,9 mil domicílios. Esses números servem como referência para o mercado publicitário.

Fonte: Assessorias de imprensas das emissoras – Praça São Paulo

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Faster check-in and bag drop as Hamad International Airport goes smart

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30 Oct 2018 – 14:06

Faster check-in and bag drop as Hamad International Airport goes smart
The Peninsula

Doha: Hamad International Airport (HIA) has successfully completed the first major phase of its Smart Airport programme, which will enable Qatar Airways to process more than 25% of its passengers using self-service check-in and bag-drop facilities.

In partnership with SITA and CCM, HIA has successfully commissioned 62 next-generation self-service check-in kiosks and 12 self-service bag drops including future biometric technology capability. The kiosks are spread across the departures check-in hall and enable passengers to check-in, print boarding passes and bag tags; tag their bags; and drop them at the bag drop before proceeding to border control. A mobile Automated Visa Document Check, which is the first of its kind in any major airport worldwide has also been implemented which enables ground services agents to check a passenger’s visa documentation before continuing their journey.

Although the self-service kiosks and bag drop facilities are currently exclusive to Qatar Airways passengers, the plan is to extend these services to foreign airline passengers in the future.  It is estimated that the processing would eventually be up to 40 per cent faster, vastly improving customer experience; and allowing more passengers to be processed without major capital investments for physical expansion of check-in facilities. High quality and homogeneity were key criteria, resulting in a unique and luxurious design of the new self-service facilities, which have been fully available to the passengers since 15 October 2018.

Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, Akbar Al Baker, said: “As Qatar Airways’ home and hub, Hamad International Airport is the airline’s five-star gateway to the world. Initiatives like the Smart Airport program put the passenger at the heart of the airport’s strategy, helping make it one of the most technologically advanced and operationally efficient airports in the world.”

Badr Mohammed Al Meer said: “In line with our vision and strategic plan, we continue to invest in customer-centric innovative technology to provide fast, seamless and enjoyable travel experience and to be the airport of choice for our discerning customers”.

HIA’s Smart Airport program was inaugurated by Qatar Prime Minister H E Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al-Thani, during a visit to HIA in April 2016. The key benefits the self-service programme delivers for airlines, airports and passengers include increased check-in and bag drop capacity to deal with the forecasted airport and Qatar Airways growth and enhanced passenger experience by offering choices/options for check-in and bag drop, – either traditional check-in counters or self-service. It also empowers passengers to ‘take control’ of the check-in and bag drop activities which reduces travel stress associated with queuing and long wait times. It also reduces check-in, bag drop and visa document verification process time, enhancing both the customer experience and operational efficiency. Experience has shown that self-service is faster than traditional methods, as a passenger can typically process one bag in less than 50 seconds.

HIA’s continued efforts and investment in cutting-edge technology through its Smart Airport program are bearing fruit as demonstrated by its awards and accolades at the Skytrax World Airport Awards 2018. HIA ranked the fifth ‘Best Airport in the World’, moving up one place from last year and was also awarded the title of ‘Best Airport in the Middle East’ for the fourth year in a row. The awards recognise HIA’s commitment to the highest environmental standards and to responsible business practices as well as innovative facilities, five-star customer service and state-of-the-art terminal. HIA is currently a candidate for the “Best Airport in the World” for Skytrax World Airport Awards 2019. Passengers who have experienced HIA’s five star service can vote for the airport, voting links are available on its social media profiles and its official website.

What the Global Goals Mean for Uzbekistan

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What the Global Goals Mean for Uzbekistan

Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) — On 20 October 2018 the Government of Uzbekistan adopted the resolution “On measures to Implement the National Goals and Targets in the Field of Sustainable Development for the Period Until 2030.”

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), otherwise known as the Global Goals are a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity. The Goals were endorsed by all UN member states, including Uzbekistan, in September 2015. They comprise 17 goals and 169 targets to be reached by 2030, which will be measured by more than 200 indicators, the UNDP Country Office in Uzbekistan said on its website.

“The UN commends Uzbekistan’s adoption of its national goals and targets. This step   confirms that Uzbekistan’s ongoing 5-year reform agenda is strongly aligned to the ambitious targets for 2030 agreed under the Global Goals. The resolution provides a practical impetus to accelerate ongoing transformations across all five pillars of the Action Strategy, and to ensure their sustainability over the longer-term” said Helena Fraser, UN Resident Coordinator in Uzbekistan. “I firmly believe that this is an important step in promoting prosperity and dignity for all in Uzbekistan.”

The signed document sets 16 national sustainable development goals and 127 related targets for 2030. It also envisages preparation of regular national reports on implementation of SDGs in Uzbekistan, as well as gradual integration of sustainable development goals into the state development programmes and budgets of Uzbekistan. Oversight of the national SDGs will rest with Deputy Prime Minister/Minister of Finance, Mr. J. Kuchkarov.

The national SDGs envisage a set of concrete goals and targets in the economic, social, and environment dimensions. For example, in the economic and livelihoods area, they envisage a significant decrease in poverty rates in Uzbekistan, a significant increase in per capita GDP, and significant reduction in youth unemployment rates by 2030.

In social area, some important targets include decreasing maternal mortality rate by 1/3, child mortality – by half, as well as a 30% decrease of deaths from non-communicable diseases (such as cardiovascular diseases, cancer, diabetes, and chronic respiratory diseases) by 2030. In addition, there is a target to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and lifelong learning opportunities for all.

In energy and environment areas, the resolution confirms the commitment to increase substantially the share of renewable energy in the country’s energy mix by 2030, and substantially reduce waste generation through prevention, reduction, recycling and reuse.

To provide a solid foundation for the reforms in the above areas, they must be underpinned by a sound governance and human rights system, which the national SDGs also cover. For example, in the governance and rule of law areas, national targets aim at reducing corruption, increasing efficiency, transparency and accountability of state bodies at all levels, as well as increasing citizen participation in decision-making.

“The United Nations in Uzbekistan, together with United Nations entities operating at global and regional levels, is committed to support the Government of Uzbekistan in implementing the provisions of the resolution on SDGs.  In signing the Resolution, the Government of Uzbekistan has re-confirmed its strong commitment to collaborate on advancing human development in line with the principle of leaving no one behind. This means that the specific needs and aspirations of everyone — including the most vulnerable people —will be addressed as the country takes decisive steps to build a more prosperous, resilient and sustainable society by 2030.” Helena Fraser noted.

 

Source :  UzDaily

Zarif: US sanctions will have ‘severe consequences’ for world order

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Zarif: US sanctions will have ‘severe consequences’ for world order

Sanctions ‘hurt people’ but won’t work

US sanctions against Iran will have “severe consequences” for the world order, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Tuesday, days before new sanctions on Tehran’s oil exports take effect.

“Unfortunately a law-breaking country (the United States) seeks to punish a country (Iran) that is abiding by the law… This method will have severe consequences for the world order,” Zarif said during a visit to Istanbul, according to IRNA.

However, Zarif added, “Americans have not achieved their goals by imposing illegal sanctions against Iran.”

Washington reintroduced sanctions against Iran’s currency trade, metals and the auto sector in August after it pulled out from a multinational 2015 deal that lifted sanctions in return for limits on Iran’s nuclear program.

A new set of sanctions on Iranian banking and energy sectors are to take effect Nov. 5, as US President Donald Trump seeks to cut oil purchases from the Islamic Republic to zero.

Tehran says it has complied fully with the nuclear accord – signed by Iran, the US, China, France, Russia, the United Kingdom and Germany – and its commitment has been repeatedly confirmed by the UN atomic watchdog, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

Trump says the deal, approved by his predecessor Barack Obama, does not cover Iran’s ballistic missiles, its role in the Middle East or what happens after the nuclear pact begins to expire in 2025.

“The world community has stood up to the US sanctions,” Zarif said, after a trilateral meeting between Iran, Turkey and Azerbaijan’s foreign ministers.

“The neighboring countries and Europeans nations have resisted against Washington’s unilateral measures.”

European signatories of the nuclear deal are still committed to the accord and will soon launch a mechanism, a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV), aiming to sidestep the US financial system by using an EU intermediary to handle trade with Iran.

Sanctions ineffective

Speaking to CBS News, Zarif said US sanctions “hurt people,” but Washington can’t force Tehran to change its policy.

“Sanctions will have an economic impact, but they will not change policy. The United States must learn that,” Zarif told CBS News in Tehran on Sunday.

“The US has an addiction to sanctions and they believe that sanctions are the panacea that resolve all problems. They don’t. They in fact hurt people and we have an obligation as a government to minimize the impact on the people. But sanctions never change policy.”

“It is the first time that the Europeans are not only making statements against US policy but are developing a mechanism to avoid these sanctions and to compensate for the sanctions,” Zarif said.

“I didn’t spend two and a half years in negotiating this deal in order to simply walk away from it, because I know that there won’t be a better deal. There will never be a better deal for the United States,” Zarif said.

“I can assure President Trump with all his negotiating skills that this is the best deal that was possible. The best deal for us. The best deal for Europe. The best deal for the United States, the best deal for Russia and China, and the best deal for the international community.”

Reuters contributed to this story.

 

Source :  Iran-Daily

 

Thai arrested in Phuket after killing wife’s lover

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Breaking News October 30, 2018 18:30

By The Thaiger

The incident happened in Sa Kaeo province on the Cambodian border.

On Friday, Watthana Nakhon police in Sa Kaeo were notified of the shooting at a restaurant in Watthana Nakhon district.

Police and rescue workers arrived to find blood on the floor.

Fifty-six-year-old Lieutenant Samueanchai Pueadpean, a soldier from Burapa Command in Sa Kaeo, who had sustained serious injuries from gunshot wounds, had already been rushed to Watthana Nakhon Hospital, where he was later pronounced dead.

Phuket police tracked down and arrested Utane Jitman, a restaurant owner, at a hotel in Rassada, following an arrest warrant that had been issued by Sa Kaeo Provincial Court on Friday.

The arrest warrant cited intent to murder and illegal possession of a firearm in the list of charges.

Utane will now be transferred back to Watthana Nakhon police in Sa Kaeo.

Utane tearfully told police that he and his wife had been together for many years, and that he had launched a restaurant with her over the past two years.

Utane was working away from home a lot of the time. When he called his wife saying that he was coming back, he said she had replied: “You don’t have to come back.”

When Utane returned to the restaurant in Sa Kaeo, which was closed at the time, he discovered a car parked in front.

He then found Samueanchai in the bedroom upstairs with his wife, he told police.

He took a gun from the room and tried to shoot at Samueanchai, but it misfired. Samueanchai then shot back at Utane.

Utane then found another gun and returned fire. This time his shots wounded Samueanchai, fatally.

Utane told police officers that he was going to surrender to the police as he was afraid someone might try to kill him.

 

Source: thethaiger.com