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2020.02.02 22:06 forgotthepass[Itinerary Check]Osaka → Kyoto → Tokyo (2 weeks)
TL;DR : Planning a trip to japan with a couple of friends. 16/04/2019 - 27/04/2019 -Osaka → Kyoto → Tokyo. Must see / avoid locations or activities? Sorry for the length. I know the list is long and a bit optimistic but we tried to put in everything we might want to do. We'll probably not be able to see everything in here but that's fine. 16/4/2020 Arrival at Osaka Kansai at 12:40
Move in , rest and explore the city
17/4/2020 Visit : Osaka Castle
Sumiyoshi Taisha Shrine
Umeda Sky Building ( 1.500¥)
Osaka Aquarium ( 2.300¥)
Osaka Tennoji Zoo ( 500¥)
18/4/2020 Trip from Osaka to Hiroshima 1h 25m by train (Shinkansen)
Visit Hiroshima Castle
Ferry boat to Miyamaguchi (Red Torii Gate)
Hike to Daisho-In Temple (1.5 hours)
19/4/2020 Walk around Osaka (shopping)
Move to Kyoto
Osaka → Kyoto 15m Shinkansen
Visit Fushimi Inari-Taisha Shrine
Kiyomizu – Dera Temple
Pontocho Restaurant Area
20/4/2020 Go to Nara Park 50m by train
Visit : Todai-Ji Temple ( 500¥)
Isui-En Garden ( 650¥)
Nara Koen park
21/4/2020 Explore Kyoto
Visit Monkey Park Iwatayama
Mt. Kurama Hot Springs (1000¥ Outdoor Bath Only - 2500¥ Outdoor bath and indoor bath : face towel, bath towel, and yukata included)
Kyoto International Manga Museum
22/4/2020 Check Out
Travel to Tokyo 3h 20m by train
Hedgehog Cafe (¥1,400/30 min)
Tokyo Skytree (Tembo Galleria 450Floor 1000¥)
23/4/2020 Visit Hitatchi Seaside
Travel from Tokyo →Mito (Hitatchi Seaside) 1h 10m by train
Return to Mito (Hitatchi Seaside) – Tokyo 1h 10m by train
Nakano Broadway (Otaku Culture)
Robot Restaurant ( 6000¥ / 2.5h show)
24/4/2020 Day visit to Odawara - Hakone
Travel from Tokyo →Odawara 1h 30m by train
Travel from Odawara →Hakone 15m by train
25/4/2020 Day visit to Enoshima & Kamakura ( 1520¥)
Tokyo (Shinjuku Station) → Katase Enoshima Station 1h 15m by train
Enoshima Station (Enoden Line) →Great Kamakura Buddha 18m by train
26/4/2020 Day visit to ChiChibu(Saitama) ( 1900¥)
Travel from Tokyo →Chichibu (Saitama) 1h 40m by train
Return from Chichibu (Saitama) → Tokyo 1h 40m by train
Επίσκεψη σε : Todoroki Valley
TeamLab Borderless (Meseum 3.200¥)
Hamarikyu Gardens ( 400¥)
27/4/2020 Check Out
Wander around in Tokyo - shopping
Leave Tokyo :(
Do you think there are things we could add to or remove from the list? Maybe some things are impractical for this time of the year or any events that only happen during those dates?
Do the prices and train times look correct? They all come from online sources but they might be outdated.
Is there any place we can just store our luggage so we don't carry it with us while traveling (that's mostly for the last day. We'll have a few hours after we checkout and before our flight leaves)
Anything to keep in mind about transportation? We're still not sure about whether or not to get JR Pass and the ticket/pass system for the metro seems a bit convoluted (unless I'm misinterpreting things). Any suggestions/ways to save some money on transportation?
THANK YOU EVERYONE WHO READS THIS! Any sort of feedback is greatly appreciated :)
2019.10.25 11:53 lecarolinaItinerary Check for 2.5 weeks in Tokyo/Kyoto/Osaka (December 2019)
hello hello! My partner and I will be visiting Japan this December (7-25) and we're very excited as this is our first international travel together! It will be my first time in Japan. My partner, however, has been to Japan many times (He grew up in Japan/America and speaks fluent Japanese). Although he's seen many of the tourist destinations for himself, he's said he would be more than happy to revisit/introduce them. Though he's technically an "expert," he's always been a very spontaneous, itinerary-free person whereas I'm used to habitually pre-planning and over-planning to a T, mostly to prevent anxiety from getting the best of me. Below is the tentative itinerary for our trip to Tokyo/Kyoto/Osaka; I'd love to receive some feedback on it. This forum's been a big help so thank you so much! Sunday, Dec 8
4:55pm land @HND
buy suica/pasmo (load 10,000Y)
hnd limousine bus to hotel
check into hotel (shinjuku)
pick up pocket wifi from concierge
dinner, then rest
Monday, Dec 9
tsukiji @9:30am (breakfast)
shopping in ginza
pokemon center dx @nihonbashi
Tuesday, Dec 10
asakusa @10am (breakfast)
tokyo skytree (kirby cafe if it opens anytime soon!)
Wednesday, Dec 11
kichijoji (ghibli museum)
either shinjuku or odaiba (kichijoji to odaiba is an hour trip so i'm not sure if this is feasible! i'm also not sure that it would be any more feasible if we were to stop at our hotel in shinjuku)
dinner w/friend 1 @shinjuku (ideally; tbd)
Thursday, Dec 12
dinner w/friend 2 @roppongi (ideally, tbd)
Friday, Dec 13
check out from hotel @11am
hnd limousine bus
1:00pm flight to ITM (Osaka)
2:05pm land @ITM
itm limousine bus > hotel (nishiki area, kyoto)
check into hotel
Saturday, Dec 14
kiyomizu-dera (very early)
Sunday, Dec 15
arashiyama bamboo grove (very early)
okocho senso villa
iwatayama monkey park
(bus to) ninna-ji
walk to ryoan-ji
(bus to) kinkaku-ji
Monday, Dec 16
purchase 'kyoto-osaka sightseeing pass' at gion-shijo station (keihan)
Tuesday, Dec 17
check out from hotel
hold luggage at reception
kaiseki lunch reservation @12pm
cup noodles museum
hold luggage at reception (allowed!)
5:15pm flight to fuk (we'll be staying with my partner's long-time host family for a week!)
~~~~~~ Wednesday, Dec 25
flight to hnd, back to the states
Is there anything you would add/replace/omit?
How would the crowds, and accordingly, this itinerary, fare during the weekends in Kyoto (I presume it will be very busy)
Do you think Odaiba is worth visiting during our stay in Tokyo? I know it's jam-packed with things to do and see (onsen, shopping, Gundam, Borderless, Joypolis, etc) but I'm wondering if's worth the (train) trek from Kichijoji (or Shinjuku).
(On a tangent) I'm planning on purchasing region-specific food omiyage for friends and family. In general, how long (or short, rather) is the expiration date? Does HND have Kyoto/Osaka food omiyage?
(On another tangent) My partner has a relatively weak immune system and is prone to getting ill during his travels. How should I adjust my itinerary to accommodate him better? Are sleeping pills (melatonin; Drewell EX) helpful to beat jet lag?
Which arcades are arguably the "best" in Akihabara? Are there unique things in Akihabara we should definitely do? (No maid cafe, please!) Are we missing out if we don't go to Ikebukuro? (We'll be going to the Pokemon Center in Nihonbashi)
Would you recommend buying a combo ticket (Tembo Galleria + Tembo Deck) for Tokyo Skytree? Or is it sufficient to buy just a single ticket to the deck?
I've read up on several posts online regarding winteChristmas illuminations in Tokyo. Which ones are particularly worth seeing?
Is Iwatayama worth the hike and more?
How is the crowd in Dotonbori on a Monday evening?
So sorry for the long list of questions, thank you so, so much in advance for your help! [Edit] roughly 9 days (oops) in Tokyo/Kyoto/Osaka (8 days in Fukuoka)
2019.10.07 22:53 JahleiFirst time in Japan! November Itinerary help
After three years of hunting deals and preparing, I'm finally getting a chance to go to Japan - the very top of my bucket list! Obviously, my mind going into this is getting little to no sleep (I usually only sleep 5 hours anyway) and arrange for the most time-efficient itinerary so that I can see as much of Japan as possible during my 10 days. I decided on spending a long weekend in Osaka/Kyoto as soon as I land, followed by the remaining days in Tokyo. I'm only traveling with one other friend who has zero interest in planning and will agree to everything I've decided. I'm hoping that the below itinerary isn't too unrealistic or biting off more than I can chew, but I also have questions and would love any guidance!
Landing at Narita International Airport
Osaka Hostel (Chuo Ward)
Osaka Castle Park
Umeda Sky Building Floating Garden Observatory
Den Den Town (Namba)
Kuromon Parks (Namba)
Sam and Dave One (nightlife)
Todai-ji Temple (Nara)
Tamukeyama Hachiman-gu Shrine (Nara)
Nandaimon Gate of Toudaiji (Nara)
Nara Park (Nara)
Mizuya Shrine (Nara)
Wakamiya Shrine (Nara)
Kinryu Shrine (Nara)
Kii Shrine (Nara)
Go to Kyoto
Kyoto Airbnb (Shimogyo Ward)
Kyoto Station Rooftop
Arashiyama Bamboo Grove
Go to Tokyo
Tokyo Hostel (Akasaka)
Shinjuku Gyoen National
Ninja Trick House
Studio Ghibli Museum
Shinjuku Omoide Yokocho
Shinjuku Golden Gai
Imperial Palace (and Gardens)
Ueno Koen Park
Tsukiji Fish Market
Edo Tokyo Museum
Hotel #1 (Sumida City)
Hotel #2 (Akasaka)
Flying out of Haneda Airport
Items in all caps are simply placeholders and are subject to change. If we're going to be eating a bunch of meals all day, things like breakfast and dinner don't necessarily need spots in the itinerary
Specified nightlife locations are also subject to change; they're just places I read about on other itineraries and reviews
The same as the above kind of applies to the timing of things. I know I'll want to spend more time somewhere, and less someplace else. Unless there are specific times (such as prior to closing or exhibit times), the times are approximate
I'm basing all of this off the idea that my friend and I will be getting a handful of hours of sleep at MOST. We're used to it.
I'm having difficulty finding a better replacement for the VR Arcade in Tokyo that shut down - I really wanted to play the Mario Kart and DBZ games! Are there any others that offer a similar experience?
I want to go shopping for antique jewelry in a similar scene to hawker markets. Does this kind of thing exist in Osaka, Kyoto or Tokyo?
Is there a go-to guide on the apps/services I should be getting for my trip? I see a lot of people talking about smartcards or wifi finders, but would my international roaming T-mobile plan be enough?
Our last full day doesn't really have anything on the itinerary, and that's because I'm not sure what else I'm missing. I've combed through other itineraries, suggestions given to me, and recommendations posted online. I know I haven't seen the entirety of the city, but I made this with the hopes that I am maximizing my efficiency with the time I have available
If there is something I absolutely must fit in that I somehow overlooked, please let me know!
2019.06.16 06:47 aeriecircus5 Days Early June (5/29 - 6/10) in Kyoto/Osaka (Plus 5 days at the International Conference Center for work)
First, I'd like to say that I was super nervous traveling alone to Japan given that I speak no Japanese and the general fears about being a woman traveling alone, but they ended up being unfounded. I've never felt so safe traveling, the language barrier was rarely an issue, and getting around was much easier than expected. I learned all of this in advance in this sub, but nothing like experiencing it yourself. :) FLIGHT/TRANSIT: Dallas Fort Worth > Los Angeles > Kansai (few out mid-morning from Dallas on Wednesday 5/29, arrived at Kansai on Thursday evening 5/30). Airport Transportation - Used the Haruka limited express from Kansai to Kyoto Station, got the discount and ICOCA card. I didn't get any rail or transit passes the whole time (I was kind of confused by all of the options)... I kept it simple and just kept reloading my ICOCA throughout the trip and used it for everything. I didn't find any transit that I wanted to take that didn't take IC cards (except for the shinkansen). HOTELS: 4 nights at Hotel Ethnography Kikoku no Mori ($156/night) - I chose this hotel due to its proximity to Kyoto Station and its price. It is about a 15 minute walk to Kyoto station in a quiet neighborhood. The hotel itself is lovely, small, and has personalized service. I arrived later than expected due to getting a little confused getting my pocket wifi at the airport, and they were kind enough to call after me before they closed at 9pm, and the clerk ended up staying late to let me in (I arrived at around 9:45). They were very kind about accommodating me despite my poor planning... much appreciated. Room was spacious and comfortable, Japanese-style bathroom, and the room came with its own portable smartphone/wifi hotspot you could use during your stay. They also provided an English map of Kyoto and a booklet with suggested walking/public transit tour routes in different areas of the city. The included breakfast each morning was tasty, loved the wasabi rice seasoning they had! 5 nights at Grand Prince Hotel near the International Conference Center (covered by work) - This hotel is directly across the street from the ICC, convenient for the conference I was attending, and had an underground passageway nearby connecting to the Kokukaisaikan subway station. The hotel itself is... odd. It is circular in shape with a central courtyard. The decor is opulent, with bright colors, and feels somewhat dated. The water pressure in the shower is impressive, but the rooms, particularly the bathrooms, need updating. There was mildew on the wallpaper in the shower. The restaurants were pretty expensive and the breakfast buffet was underwhelming. 2 nights at The Millenials Kyoto ($30.89/night) - A capsule hotel located on Kawaramachi-dori very near Pontocho Alley, Gion, and Nishiki Market. I was really pleased with this place... beds are full-sized with a pull-down lockable shade for privacy. Gender-separated floors with a common area on the top floor of the building with shared work space, lounge, kitchen, bikes for rent, and a happy hour. Friendly people, too! Plus a pet store with puppies next door. ;) ITENERARY: DAY 1: Took the JR San-In Line from Kyoto Station to Saga-Arashyama. Tenryuji - My first temple, so quite impactful! Pretty crowded, but it was lovely wandering the grounds. Beautiful bamboo grove behind the temple. Arashyama Monkey Park - Just a short walk over the river from Tenryuji and the shopping area nearby. Inexpensive entry fee, but be prepared for a long sweaty hike up a mountain (~30 minutes). I needed a few breaks to catch my breath on my way up. The monkey park itself is very small, don't expect a big nature area! It is a viewing platform with a lovely look over the city plus a small building where you can go in and buy peanuts and fruit to feed the macaques through a metal grate for safety. After hiking back down the mountain, I crossed back through the shopping area near Tenryuji and cooled off with my first of many matcha soft serve cones. :) Bamboo Forest - I recognize that it's possible that I did not experience the bamboo forest in its full glory (was there more to explore that I missed? Or was that really all there was?). It was pretty, but not awe-inspiring, and I was ready to move on pretty quickly. Nison-in Temple - This one was definitely off the beaten path compared to the sites I'd seen earlier in the day. Only a few visitors were there with me. The grounds and gardens were peaceful and lovely, and there was a small little hike up the hill behind the temple that was nice. I would recommend visiting. Giouji Temple - This one was suggested by a clerk at my hotel, so I made a point to stop by. It's a very small, peaceful temple. The highlight is the wooded, mossy garden with many ferns. Unfortunately, there were groundskeepers doing work on the garden when I stopped in. I wasn't upset about it, though, because I thoroughly enjoyed the quiet walks through the neighborhood in the area on the way, and stopped off to visit a few cemeteries. Then I hopped on a bus to Kinkaku-ji - The famed Golden Pavilion. Very crowded. The gardens and the golden building itself were very pretty, but nothing earth-shattering, especially with the crowds to fight. Still, it's one of those Kyoto sights you just have to see. I was ready to be finished... I took the train over to Kawaramachi to get dinner and explore a bit in a different area. I ended up getting my first ramen fix at Ichiran (and looooved it). After that, I walked around the outdoor covered mall area just taking in the neighborhood and ducked in a few shops and a huge arcade to check out the scene. A nice relaxed way to end the day before walking back to my hotel to collapse in bed. DAY 2: The next day, I headed out via JR Nara Line to Nara for a day trip (the train ride took about an hour). Deer Park - I wandered past Kofuku-ji temple and the surrounding buildings without pausing too much, and headed toward the deer park and Todaiji. The deer were everything I wanted and more... but do beware feeding them, they nip your skin and clothes to get your food! People have taught them to bow for food, which is really cute... and they don't seem to mind being touched. Todaiji - If I had to pick my favorite thing from my entire trip, this would be it! The grandeur and scale of the whole thing was incredible. I am not religious but got super emotional being in the building. Definitely worth the whole trip. After Todaiji, I was hungry, so I looked up places to eat in the area. I ended up at a little izakaya restaurant called Maguro Koya and had some delicious tuna tataki and sashimi. Then, I went to the Watawata Owl Cafe and spent an hour with some fluffy owls before heading back to Kyoto. I still had plenty of day left and was paranoid about getting everything in I wanted, so I decided to pay an evening visit to Fushimi-Inari-Taisha. Fushimi-Inari-Taisha - I was happy with my decision to visit late in the day. It was crowded and warm, but not overrun. I admit I didn't quite do my research... I didnt realize that it was so long a hike and so expansive! It took about 50 minutes to make it to the top of the hike. I got a little lost on the way back down and ended up on some of the trails on the other side of the mountain that do not exit back into the city, so I kind of had to climb the mountain twice. :) No worries, though, the park was beautiful, and I was walking back down into the city just as the shops were closing. The crowds were sparse enough at the time I went to get a few good pictures of the gates without people in the frame. DAY 3: This was my Osaka day! I took the JR to Osaka Station and then hopped on a local train up to my first stop: Cup Noodles Museum - Ok, so this was a bit of a flight of fancy and probably not worth the time out of my day it took. I got there right after opening, which was a good plan... this place was CROWDED. If I had to do it over again, I would have gone STRAIGHT to the My Cupnoodles Factory (where you can create your own ramen cup with your chosen seasonings and toppings, decorate the cup, and get it sealed and shrink-wrapped). There was a small line when I got there, so I decided to go through the museum exhibit first, and by the time I got to the factory, I waited in line for 45 minutes at least to finish my cup. The tasting room was closed, so after I left, I headed toward Ippudo, which had a location just a short walk away. At this location, they had a special recipe dedicated to Momofuku (the Cupnoodles inventor), which I tried... but didn't like so much. Oh well. Kyocera Dome - Baseball game!! I went to see the Orix Buffaloes play the Nippon-ham Fighters. So cool seeing how Japan does baseball and the stadium experience. Next, I caught another JR train to go to Kobe for dinner. I knew I could get kobe beef elsewhere, but how often do you get to say you had kobe beef in Kobe? I went shopping in the mall near Sannomiya and grabbed some Kobe beef teppanyaki at Steakland... paid about $60 for the meal, which was about all I was willing to spend on fancy steak this time around. :) I hopped on the Shinkansen in Kobe and was back at Kyoto Station in 28 minutes. :) DAYS 4-8: Work at the ICC! Not much to mention here other than the convention food was not so great. :-/ Biggest highlight was the dinner some local professional contacts took me to off the Karasuma line near Gojo. Traditional multi-course small plates in a restaurant not frequented by tourists... amazing experience. Unforatunately, I don't know what it was called as I didn't navigate there and never saw a menu (my host ordered everything for us). DAY 9: Stored my bag at my conference hotel and walked to the Eizan Railway station to go up to Kibuneguchi. Wandered around in Kibune for a little bit... I must not have done my research, but I didn't realize what a lovely little town it would be! Many restaurants build platforms out over the river for lunchtime dining. I was there early, so I didn't realize they would do this! I ate at a tiny 3-table restaurant early, around 11:30am... after I left and started to head toward the trail leading to Kurama-dera was when I saw people actually out on platforms eating lunch. Drat! The hike from Kibune to Kurama-dera was challenging but pretty! And Kurama-dera itself was lovely, as well. A nice refreshing hike that ended it a walk to the Kurama Onsen for a bit of sauna and soak before hitching a bus ride back to my old hotel to pick up my bags and make the transition to my last hotel of the trip. After checking in to my hotel, I walked over to Pontocho and found a place for some Wagyu yakiniku... it was pretty hard to find a quality restaurant at that time in the evening that had room for even 1 person (me!). DAY 10: This was a long day. I think I'd pretty much reached my fill of temples and walking by this point. Started in Nishiki Market, where I explored and bought a few souvenirs. Then I did a long walking tour of the Gion district, which was mostly marked by crowds, which, if you can't tell by now, were not my jam. My feet were also sore and legs tired from my trip. I walked by Gion Corner to say I'd been there, but didn't spring for the geisha performances because the online reviews were poor. Instead, I went early over to Pontocho to eat shabushabu at a restaurant that had been full the night before, Yamafuku... got a seat and it was DELICIOUS. Hope this wasn't too long! And I hope that my experience allays the fears of any other nervous solo travelers like myself. :)
2019.06.02 19:57 FashBasher1Some news you may have missed out on part 120
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Pakistani Rupee makes further gains strength against US dollar in the interbank market. Pakistani rupee continued to gain strength in the currency market on Friday as the value of the US dollar slid in the interbank as well as the open market, a private media outlet reported link. The greenback shed its value by Re0.35 in the interbank and was traded against Rs148.15. Similarly, the dollar shed its value by Re1 in the open market to be traded at Rs148.50. -Pakistan enters $15 billion Chinese Meat Market After the signing of “Framework Agreement on Agricultural Cooperation” with China , Pakistan is expected to enter into billion dollars meat market of the world’s most populous country. According to a press release during the three days visit of the vice president of the People’s Republic of China to Pakistan from 26-28 May, two agreements were signed, one was “Framework Agreement on Agricultural Cooperation” and the other was “Memorandum on the Requirements of Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) free zone where Vaccination is Practiced”. Federal Minister for National Food Security, Sahibzada Mehboob Sultan said the government is focusing on expanding the Pakistan’s meat market. She added that the newly-signed five years agreement with China will help us to achieve the desired results not only in the meat market but in agriculture sector and will be mutually beneficial. -Wednesday 29th May: Pakistan Stock Exchange makes a big comeback Stocks staged a rally on Wednesday with the KSE-100 index benchmark gaining over 1,000 points intraday. Positive sentiments prevailed at the exchange following confirmations by the finance adviser and SECP chairman that the government is considering putting together a fund to buy equities. The fund, which is aimed at stabilising the stock market, might be launched in the next 10 days. On the economic front, total foreign loans for the month of April rose to $8.837 billion, an increase of $2.997 billion from March. Total foreign loans acquired during July 2018 – April 2019 stand at $14.837 billion, which is 45pc higher than the same period last year. -Weekly Stock market review: KSE rises 270 points The stock market remained highly volatile in the four trading sessions of the outgoing week and closed at 35,975 points with a gain of 0.8% or 270 points. The week commenced on a negative note because of profit-booking and a lack of clarity on creation of a market support fund, which remained in the limelight in the past two weeks. 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The government merged the CPEC Support Project and the CPEC Centre of Excellence. -Exporters open CDC accounts for tax refund Around 600 exporters have opened investor accounts at the Central Depository Company (CDC) to receive tax refunds. It is mandatory for exporters who have submitted claims for sales tax refunds to maintain a CDC account. Earlier, the cash-strapped government told exporters that it would issue them provisory bonds against their sales tax refund claims as it remained short of cash. The bonds are being deposited at CDC accounts. Some 90 exporters have so far received provisory bonds worth Rs7 billion in their CDC accounts. The bonds would mature after three years from the date of issuance; meaning bond holders could convert them into cash. Bond holders would receive 10% rate of return per annum. The bonds of value Rs100,000 each are transferable and can be deposited as collateral with banks to acquire loans. Refunds to the 600 CDC accountholders are estimated to total around Rs45 billion. The exporters, who are much more than just 600 nationwide, estimated total refund claims worth nearly Rs200 billion. -Total broadband users in Pakistan hit 70 million Total broadband, 3G, 4G and landline internet users, in Pakistan have reached a milestone of 70 million, according to latest data by the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA). Out of the 70 million users, 67 million are 3G and 4G subscribers. The number of total cellular subscribers in Pakistan had reached 161 million by end-April 2019, 1.26% more than 159 million in the previous month, according to PTA. The total count of Jazz’s 4G users grew from 8.774 million by end of March to 9.618 by end of April, according to PTA data. However, the company released a presser on Friday that it has crossed the 10-million mark for 4G data subscribers. The company’s 3G user number stood at 13.393 million by end-April compared to 13.622 million by end-March, a decrease of 0.229 million. -FBR to simplify tax regime to broaden tax base The tax authorities have proposed simplified income tax regimes for educational institutions, jewellers, small-sized firms and builders in the new budget and may offer them to pay lower than standard income tax rates aimed at bringing them into the tax system. At least four new schedules may be introduced in the Income Tax Ordinance 2001 through Finance Bill 2019, according to sources in the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR). The purpose of making business and professional specific special tax regimes is said to be helping them comply with the law and also pay at least some taxes as against almost nil contributions, they added. -Govt to revive PSM through public-private partnership The government has taken another U-turn in its efforts to resume operations of the sick Pakistan Steel Mills (PSM) and has pressed ahead with the plan of reviving the mill through public-private partnership. The Economic Coordination Committee (ECC) has decided to put PSM on the privatisation list, but the adviser to prime minister has held meetings with Chinese and Russian companies to initiate the process of reviving the steel mill through public-private partnership. Earlier, the Sindh government had scuppered a plan of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) administration in the centre to revive the financially troubled and closed PSM by resisting the sale of its land for settling liabilities. -Pakistan Govt to Stabilize the Stock Market Once and For All: Bloomberg The Pakistani government has decided to put together a fund with contributions from banks and insurance firms to buy stocks through a state-owned asset management company, according to the SECP. The fund, proposed by brokers this month, will be similar to the one that helped stabilize the Karachi market after the 2008 financial crisis reported Bloomberg. “The fund is under serious consideration to be launched hopefully by next week to 10 days,’’ Farrukh Sabzwari, chairman at the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan said in a phone interview. “You’ll get more color in the next few days” on the fund’s composition and size, he said in an interview with Bloomberg. Pakistan’s return to emerging-market status at MSCI in June 2017 didn’t do favor the investors, as it sparked outflows instead of the expected foreign inflows. -SECP Introduces a Digital Transformation Project Called LEAP The Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) is embarking on digital transformation, end-to-end process automation and enabling user environment for all its regulated companies, said the SECP Chief on Wednesday. Sabazwari said the SECP’s digital transformation would improve service quality, promote transparency and enable efficient interaction for its customers. The SECP’s project for end-to-end digital transformation and automation is called “Leading Efficiency through Automation Prowess (LEAP). The objective of the workshop was to spread awareness among market participants about SECP’s initiative and to get feedback and ideas from the stakeholders. “The digital transformation is now a public sector imperative. Today’s citizens expect public services to be as personalized and responsive as the services they get from the private sector”, Sabzwari said and added that automation improves the public’s trust in government, and drives better citizen outcomes. The chairman said the SECP encourages greater collaboration with the regulated companies by involving them in decision-making, policy setting, budget prioritization, problem-solving and the co-design of services. -Public Universities in Punjab to Go Solar by The End of 2019 In a bid to increase its reliance on alternative energy sources, the Punjab government has decided to shift all public universities in the province to solar power by the end of this year. Punjab Energy Minister Dr. Akhtar Malik made this statement in a departmental meeting held on Wednesday. In addition, 345 government schools in Dera Ghazi Khan Division will also be shifted to solar power by November this year, the minister said. He maintained that once this stage is completed, hospitals and government offices will follow suit. -PIA Engineers Resurrect Grounded 777 Plane After 15 Months of Hard Work Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has repaired its grounded Boeing 777 aircraft according to the airline spokesman Mashood Tajwar. The ill-fated aircraft, with registration AP-BHV, was grounded after engine problems almost fifteen months ago. Since then the plane was being used for spares parts to support the rest of the fleet by the engineering department, the hopes that the plane would fly again had diminished. PIA had to spend a large amount of funds and efforts to bring the aircraft back. The aircraft’s return to service is now expected soon. It is expected to take off some burden from the long haul flights to international destinations. -Pakistan’s online visa service kicks off for European tourists Tourists coming from European countries including France can now easily access the online visa service of Pakistan. According to details, the government of Pakistan is now facilitating all tourists of the European block via its online visa service. The French tour operators have welcomed the initiation of the much-awaited service. In March, Prime Minister Imran Khan had launched the online visa facility developed by National Database and Registration Authority (Nadra), which is similar to the systems running in the US and UK. The comprehensive online mechanism for e-visa facility is dedicated for the residents hailing from 175 countries. It follows the modern system for issuance of e-visa and on-arrival visas within a short span of three months. -Japan to help set up disaster warning system As part of collaboration on issues of climate change and dealing with calamities, Japan will help Pakistan in the installation of disaster warning system and to create awareness regarding the dangers of changing weather. Moreover, three major automobile manufacturers of Japan are exploring investment opportunities in the electric car industry in Pakistan. These views were expressed by Japan’s ambassador to Pakistan Kuninori Matsuda in a meeting with the Adviser to the Prime Minister on Climate Change Malik Amin Aslam. The Japanese ambassador also appreciated steps taken by the incumbent government to mitigate disasters while assuring his country’s cooperation in tackling challenges posed by climate change. -7.2 million families in Punjab will be issued ‘Sehat Insaf Cards’: Yasmin Rashid Addressing a gathering on the occasion of ‘Insaf Card’ distribution ceremony today, Yasmin Rashid announced the project as a cyclical where new cards will be issued every year, 2 lac 57 thousand are being distributed in the first year. Provincial Minister of Punjab for primary and secondary healthcare, and specialised healthcare and medical education Yasmin Rashid elaborated that the selection for eligible people would be determined by conducting survey’s. The card-holders will be eligible for healthcare facilities starting from medicines up till operations and surgeries. “If a person with the ‘Sehat Insaf Card’ reaches the hospice spending money from their own pocket then the hospitals have been directed to pay the card-holder a reimbursement or pay whatever the cost of his conveyance may be up till Rs.1000,” Rashid revealed. The card-holders will also have the facilities of C.T-scan and dialysis. -Common man to get relief in next budget, says Hafeez Sheikh Adviser to the Prime Minister on Finance, Revenue and Economic Affairs Dr Abdul Hafeez Shaikh said on Saturday the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) government’s top priority is to give the common man relief in the upcoming fiscal year’s budget. Speaking to a delegation of businessmen here, he said tough decisions are being made to steer the country out of economic distress. Punjab Governor Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar and Minister of State for Revenue and Textile Hammad Azhar were also present on the occasion. Dr Shiekh said the country is expected to get $2-3 loan from the World Bank and Asian Development Banking at low interest rate following a staff level agreement with the International Monetary Fund for a $6 billion package. -China to declare 313 Pakistani products ‘duty-free’: Razzak Dawood A high level duo lead by Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan presiding over proceedings addressing a press conference today, Thursday announced that 313 Pakistani products will be declared ‘duty-free’ by China. A press conference conducted by Special Assistant to the Prime Minister for Information and Broadcasting Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan and Advisor to Prime Minister on commerce Abdul Razak Dawood in a press briefing expressed happiness on the successful arrival of stranded Pakistani prisoners in Malaysia. -Pakistan’s biggest pharma deal in advanced talks: report Pakistan’s OBS Group is in advanced talks to sell one of its pharmaceutical operations to businessman Munis Abdulla, people with knowledge of the matter told Bloomberg. A deal would include assets of its OBS Pakistan unit, including a Karachi manufacturing facility and a portfolio of drug rights, according to the people. Abdulla is planning to purchase the business through his privately-owned firm Luna Pakistan and has been discussing a valuation of about Rs11 billion ($73 million), the people said, asking not to be identified because the information is private. Pakistan has one of the world’s highest population growth rates with an expanding middle class. The nation’s $3.4 billion pharmaceutical industry is attracting new investments with Karachi-based private equity firm Ijara Capital Partners Ltd planning to open about 250 pharmacies across the country with UK-based Kingsman Pharmacies Ltd this year. -Pakistan's fruits export up by six percent in 10 months The export of fruits from the country witnessed an increase of 6.37 percent during the first 10 months of current fiscal year against the exports of the corresponding period of last year. The fruits'' export from the country were recorded at $ 380.869 million during July-April (2018-19) against the exports of $358.062 million during July-April (2017-18), showing a growth of 6.37 percent, according to Pakistan Bureau of Statistics. In terms of quantity, the export of the fruits witnessed an increase of 10.65 percent from 721,146 metric tons to 651,758 metric ton, according to the data. -Asian cricket council confirms decision to award 2020 Asia cup to Pakistan -Death penalty proposed for child abuse PM’s Special Adviser on Information Firdous Ashiq Awan on Tuesday said that Prime Minister Imran Khan proposed that death penalty be fixed for all those involved in child abuse. He had expressed this resolve during a meeting of the federal cabinet, showing concern over the rise in misuse of internet for child pornography and a subsequent increase in incidents of child abuse. According to Awan, the prime minister addressed in detail the ministries of human rights, law, and especially the interior ministry, and gave them the responsibility of examining, assessing and analysing the existing juvenile laws regarding sexual violence, sexual exploitation, rape of children, and other violent behaviours. “All three ministries have been instructed to get together on this, prepare an implementation plan and bring it before the cabinet so that this growing menace can be curbed with an effective law and a mechanism of deterrence as well as awareness can be created,” she said. -Pakistan’s first ever multi billions National Science and Technology Park approved National University of Sciences & Technology (NUST) has secured the approval of Public Private Partnership Authority’s (PPPA) Board to initiate the process for its flagship “National Science & Technology Park (NSTP)” project. The approval was granted at the first PPPA Board of Directors meeting chaired by the authority’s Chairman, Khusro Bakhtyar, Minister for Planning, Development & Reforms, said a press release issued here on Tuesday. -Export of plastic material grows 30pc in 10 months The export of plastic material from the country witnessed an increase of 30.18pc during the first ten months of the current fiscal year as against the exports of the corresponding period of last year. Plastic exports from the country were recorded at $263.655 million during July-April 2018-19 as against the exports of $202.527 million during July-April 2017-18, according to the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics. In terms of quantity, the export of the plastic witnessed an increase of 13.01pc, as it went up to 206,421 metric tonnes from 182,657 metric tonnes. Meanwhile, on a year-on-year basis, the plastic material exports witnessed an increase of 57.76pc in April 2019 as compared to the same month of last year. The plastic material exports in April 2019 were recorded at $ 20.593 million as against the exports of $13.053 million in April 2018. -SECP makes accounting standards mandatory for listed companies The Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan has made IFRS 9 accounting standard mandatory for all listed companies for reporting periods ending on or after June 30, 2019. “IFRS 9 is a paradigm shift from conventional provisioning methods of IAS 39, and Aestimatio-9 is the answer,” said Abacus President Asad Ali Khan. “Instead of the previous ‘incurred loss method’ that resulted in delayed recognition of credit losses, IFRS 9 takes a completely forward-looking approach with expected credit losses. This is a radical change that has posed challenges for auditors and corporations in countries that have adopted the standard. Aestimatio-9 will help Pakistani corporations in meeting this complex but mandatory requirement.” -PM assures business community of better opportunities The Prime Minister of Pakistan on Sunday, met the countries biggest business personalities and industrialists on Sunday assuring them of better opportunities in the future. The business personalities and industrialists offered their input regarding the upcoming budget whereas the prime minister assured them of his complete co-operation to increase the viability of businesses and industries in the country. “We are trying to promote and cultivate ease of business and a cultures of industrialisation on priority basis, we deem gaining the trust of the business community very important,” said PM Khan while addressing the gathering. “I am constantly meeting traders and businessmen, our objective is not to levy heavy taxes, rather we aim to accommodate, promote and facilitate the taxpayers,” added the Prime Minister. -CPHGC Unit II synchronised with national grid The 660MW Unit II of the China Power Hub Generation Company (CPHGC) 2x660MW coal-fired power plant was successfully synchronised with the national grid of Pakistan on 28th May, as per schedule. The synchronisation, an important milestone towards the commercial operations of the power plant, comes exactly five months to the day when unit I of the project was synchronised, on December 28, 2018. Both the units of CPHGC are now providing electricity to the national grid on a pre-commissioning trial basis. Synchronization of Unit 2 was achieved within the agreed technical parameters laying the foundation for future commercial operations of the project which is planned to start in August 2019. -Highway projects worth Rs60bn in the offing The federal government has decided to initiate several highway projects costing around Rs60 billion on the basis of construct, run and transfer (BOT) in the next financial year. These projects include the conversion of Karachi Northern Bypass from a two-way lane to six-way, expansion of Swat Expressway from Chakdara to Bagh Dheri and the construction of eight highways. The National Highway Authority (NHA) will expand Swat Expressway from Chardar to Bagh Dheri. The cost of the project is estimated at Rs36 billion. The land for the project will be purchased at a price of Rs20 billion.
2019.05.26 18:05 guellefighterItinerary check - 14 days Sep/Oct - Tokyo/Kyoto/Osaka/Hiroshima - First time solo travelling - Looking for advice
Hey, after several hours of researching a bunch of travel guides, videos and lurking on this sub I am starting to plan my solo trip to Japan in late septembeearly october. This is my first time solo travelling and I am kinda anxious but also excited about experiencing Japan by myself. Male/27/german growing up with animes, mangas, video games and be interested in science and modern technology but also in traditional culture, I’ve always wanted to go to Japan. I will be staying for about 2 weeks by travelling the route Tokyo/Kyoto/Osaka with some Daytrips and then back to Tokyo. I started with a rough outline of daily activities in each destination. Some are fixed for me (museums, recommended sights) and for the rest I am not sure if they are possible on the same day. I’ve done mostly my research for Tokyo, so the activities in Kyoto and Osaka are kinda vague. For now I didn’t book any accommodations, so I am flexible with longer stays if necessary. My budget will be about 2000€ - 2500€.
Airliner to FRA
Depart from Frankfurt
Arrive at Taipei
Stay for 2h40m
Depart from Taipei
Arrive at Narita
Pick up Suica Card
Pick up sim card at BIC Camera Store
Pick up JR Pass
Take train Narita/Sobu Line to Tokyo
Check in hostel
Buy Ticket online 2 months in advance
Buy Ticket locally
Buy Ticket online 3 months in advance
Tokyo Metropolitan Govt. Building
Buy Ticket locally
Shinjuku Golden Gai
Check Out Hostel
Train to Hakone
Check in accommodation
Buy Hakone Free Pass
Check out accommodation
Activate JR Pass 7 days
Take Hikari Shinkansen to Kyoto
Check in hostel
Check out hostel
Take Shinkansen to Osaka
Check in hostel
Umeda Sky Building
Hiroshima Peace Memorial
Check out Hostel
Take Shinkansen to Tokyo
Check in Hostel
Depart from Narita
Arrive at Taipei
Stay for 6h
Depart from Taipei
Arrive at Frankfurt
I hope you could give me some advice on my itinerary.
Is the schedule too tight?
Can I do borderless and planets on the same day?
Should I give some sights more time?
Is 2 days in Hakone worth it? I am thinking about a Day trip to Kamakura or Nikko instead?
Are seperate accomodations for Kyoto and Osaka necessary? If not which city would be better to stay?
Any recommendation for Kyoto and Osaka? Osaka feels kinda empty.
2019.05.06 09:00 Nimra121DG Khan Board 10th Class Result 2019
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2018.12.06 00:14 FashBasher1Some news you may have missed out on part 41.
-PTI government to present NAP - 2 which would have important element of cyber security The new version of Pakistan’s National Action Plan includes cyber security. The Ministry of Interior recently announced it would introduce NAP-2 and restructure the National Counter Terrorism Authority (NACTA). -Complete ban on purchase of motor vehicles by government authorities The government has put a complete ban on purchase of motor vehicles (except motorcycles) by all ministries, divisions and departments during current fiscal year. The decision has been taken under austerity measures by PTI government, according to a notification dated December 03, 2018 issued by Finance Division. -New gas and condensate reserves discovered in Pakistan A new Gas and Condensate discovery has been been reported in Sindh, Pakistan. As per media report, Pakistan Petroleum Limited has made a gas and condensate discovery at its exploration well Hadaf X-1 in Sindh’s Sanghar district. According to the press statement, after drilling to a depth of 3,700m to find hydrocarbon potential, following observations were made:
18.6 million cubic feet per day of gas, condensate of 160 barrels per day along with 65 barrels of water per day at Flowing Well Head Pressure of 1,307 psi on 56/64”.
12.1 million cubic feet per day of gas, condensate of 157 barrels per day along with 35 barrels of water per day at Flowing Well Head Pressure of 2,290 psi on 32/64"
-Federal government hints at reopening Swiss bank accounts case against Asif Ali Zardari Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Accountability Shahzad Akbar on Wednesday has hinted about reopening the Swiss bank accounts case against former president Asif Ali Zardari. He said that an agreement has been signed between Pakistan and Switzerland on sharing of bank accounts details. Addressing a press conference in Islamabad on Wednesday, he said that following the agreement with Switzerland, the government could get bank accounts details. -Federal cabinet to decide subsidy for captive power plants tomorrow In an apparent bid to provide a subsidy to “influential” owners of captive power plants, the Petroleum Division, on the advice of the Finance Division, has put Prime Minister Imran Khan and his federal cabinet in a test, it was learnt on Wednesday. The Petroleum Division has sought from the federal cabinet an approval to a subsidy worth approximately Rs18 billion and a change in the priority list for gas supply to various categories of consumers. The Petroleum Division has prepared a summary for the federal cabinet on the advice of the Finance Division. The federal cabinet is likely to take a decision on the summary of petroleum ministry in its meeting to be chaired by PM Imran Khan today (Thursday), said sources. -Finance Minister Asad Umar gives a deadline for economic revival Finance Minister Asad Umer has given a two years deadline for economic revival of the country. Responding to a question, the minister said that the government imposed tax on people having income above Rs200,000, adding that the poor people were not burdened. 2 years >>>>> 100 days. -Temporary shelter homes built in Peshawar -Azerbaijan to buy JF-17 Blok II combat aircraft from Pakistan Negotiations between Azerbaijan and Pakistan on the purchase of JF-17 Block II combat aircraft are coming to the end, the representative of the company "Pakistan Aeronautical Complex" (PAC) informed Azeri Defense at the international exhibition İDEAS-2018 in Karachi. It is assumed that 24 such aircraft will be delivered to Azerbaijan, with a total value of $500 million -Kanupp-II to commence operations in December 2020 Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission Chairman Muhammad Naeem on Monday said the 1,100-megawatt (MW) Karachi Nuclear Power Complex-II (KANUPP-2) will commence operations in December 2020 and KANNUPP-3 in October 2021. While speaking at a seminar organized by the Centre for Peace, Security and Development Studies (CPSD) on Monday, Mr Naeem stated once the 100MW Chashma-5 is completed, Pakistan intends to generate 8,800MW nuclear energy by 2030, reports The News. PAEC chairman told that both the plants had a workable life of sixty-years, which could be elongated to eighty-years. He added, “Nuclear power plants are reliable having high availability and capacity factor, relatively environmentally friendly, and provide sustainability of electricity price having a low share of fuel cost.” -Germany Is Offering 3 Million Jobs to Pakistanis German foreign ministry has written a letter to Pakistan asking to develop a plan to provide skilled labor for the country. As per details, a German news agency Katholische Nachrichten-Agentur (KNA) has reported citing Spegiel Online that the German foreign office’s Europe Wing has written a letter to the Pakistani foreign mission requesting it for the provision of skilled labor. The letter specifically mentions the fields for which they expect labor for. The report claims that the European country has demanded 3 million skilled workers from Pakistan, including IT experts and engineers. -https://www.thenews.com.pk/print/402008-pakistan-to-export-electricity-to-tajikistan-in-winter-through-casa-1000 Pakistan has decided to export electricity to Tajikistan in winter season through CASA-1000 project as in the power purchase agreement (PPA), a reverse flow of electricity clause was included and to this effect the authorities in Power Division would soon engage their counterparts in Tajikistan, a senior official of Power Division told The News. Under the agreement, the official said, once the CASA-1000 project is completed, Pakistan will import 1,000MW electricity from Tajikistan at 9 cents per unit in summer season for 5 months from May to September, but now authorities in Islamabad have made up their mind to export 1,000MW electricity to Tajikistan through the same project in winter as hydro generation in Tajikistan turns zero. -Pakistan & Italy Sign MoU for Multi-Sector Trade Cooperation Pakistan and Italy Tuesday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to enhance economic and trade cooperation in different sectors, stated a press release. Federal Secretary for Commerce Mohammad Younus Dhaga, while addressing as chief guest at the MoU signing ceremony between ICE, Italian Trade Agency and Trade Development Authority of Pakistan, informed that both countries agreed to extend the cooperation in infrastructure and construction, energy, logistics, transport, telecoms, water, machinery and equipment for manufacturing marble and stones, textile, clothing, leather, shoes, rubber, metal and chemical products. Both sides also agreed to increase cooperation in agriculture and food equipment, machinery and equipment for health and pharmaceutical sector, automotive, consumer goods, food, furniture, clothing and apparel, he added. -Over 200 Hindu pilgrims cross Wagah border on 10-day religious tour Pakistani officials accorded a warm welcome to 209 Hindu pilgrims from India, who crossed the Wagah Border on Wednesday to pay their respect at different temples situated inside Pakistan. Most of the Indian pilgrims, who were visiting the country for the first, expressed their joy for the goodwill gesture extended by the officials of Evacuee Trust Property Board (ETPB) at the Pakistan-India border. The visitors were welcomed with garlands and their favourite food. Overjoyed with the love and respect, they said they did not feel like strangers in Pakistan. -PM Imran, Bill Gates discuss cooperation in social, IT sectors Prime Minister Imran Khan and Bill and Malinda Gates Foundation Co-chairman Bill Gates held a telephonic conversation on Wednesday. Bill Gates, one of the world’s leading businessmen, felicitated Imran Khan on being elected as the prime minister of Pakistan and appreciated his efforts towards polio eradication. The Microsoft co-founder assured the prime minister of continued cooperation in various fields, including the strengthening of IT sector. The prime minister thanked Bill Gates for cooperation in the social sector. -LMKT, Microsoft join hands to launch AppFactory in Pakistan LMKT, a local technology company, has joined forces with Microsoft to launch the first AppFactory (Apprenticeship Factory) in Pakistan, which will develop the digital skills, coding capabilities and employability of young ICT graduates. Forming part of its new LMKT SPARK programme, the AppFactory will recruit up to 30 apprentices every six months, and place them alongside senior software technicians to work on real-world industry projects. After graduating from the programme, apprentices will be able to fully design and implement modern software solutions and have access to jobs through both LMKT and the Microsoft Partner Network. The AppFactory will recruit up to 30 apprentices every six months, and place them alongside senior software technicians to work on real-world industry projects -Pakistan negotiating $2 billion commercial loans with China: Report After the refusal of China to provide balance of payment (BoP) support to Pakistan, the country is said to be negotiating $2 billion worth of commercial loans with Beijing. According to well-informed sources, a technical team of the State Bank of Pakistan and Finance Ministry paid a visit to China recently to talk about various modalities of loans and interest rate, however, an agreement wasn’t inked because of differences and conditions imposed, reports Business Recorder. Islamabad had reached out to Beijing for $3 billion BoP support and after the conclusion of Prime Minister Imran Khan’s visit a technical team including Secretary Finance Arif Khan and State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) Governor Tariq Bajwa held talks with Chinese authorities but the result of the negotiations bore no fruit. -IMF at initial stage of assessing how much funding Pakistan requires for a bailout: Report The International Monetary Fund’s resident representative in Pakistan, Teresa Sanchez has said they are at initial stages of assessing how much resources Islamabad would require for a bailout. Pakistan hasn’t only approached for financial assistance but also for policy advice, which constitutes a usual part of its service to member countries, said Ms Sanchez. -Railways minister vows Rs10bn profit in FY19 Railways Minister Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed on Wednesday said that the department has set a target of receiving Rs10 billion in profit margins for the Financial Year 2018-19. Talking to media at the Rawalpindi Railway Hospital, Rasheed vowed that the task given to him by Prime Minister Imran Khan as focal person for Leh Expressway Project would be completed soon. He announced that a new train would commence its operations from Karachi to Peshawar, covering the distance of 1,760km in eight hours at the speed of 160km per hour. Rasheed linked the benefits of the construction of China Pakistan Economic Corridor with the development of the railways’ department. “CPEC is the backbone of the economy and revolutionary changes would be carried out in the rehabilitation of railways with the support of China,” he added. -CPEC must be materialised without further delay: Sartaj Aziz Former finance minister Sartaj Aziz has said that the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is a win-win arrangement for both Pakistan and China and that all the projects under CPEC must be materialised without any delay, as it would lead to industrialisation in Pakistan. He was speaking at the Opening Plenary of 21st Sustainable Development Conference (SDC) organised by Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI) on Wednesday. -Govt slashes non-salary budget by 10% The federal government has decided to cut non-salary current budget of the civilian setup by 10% as part of its austerity drive –a move that will help save nearly Rs10 billion in the remainder period of fiscal year but would not address core fiscal problems. The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government has also decided to continue with a ban imposed on creation of new posts excepts where the posts are required to be created under development projects. The Ministry of Finance has issued an office memorandum to give effect to the austerity measures for fiscal year 2018-19. Effectively, the cut in current non-salary expenditure will be on the budget allocations for the period of December 2018 to June 2019. -Tracking Devices Are Now Compulsory for All Motorcycles in Sindh Sindh has decided to make it compulsory for motorcycle owners to install a tracking device in their bikes. For this purpose, the provincial government will be amending the Motor Vehicle Ordinance. After the proposed amendment, it will be mandatory for motorcyclists to install tracking devices in their two-wheelers. -Pakistan Railways to launch yet another new train The Pakistan Railways will launch a new passenger train from Peshawar to Karachi on December 23, Sunday. “Around 90% work has been completed, while the work left will be completed before the launch,” a Railways official said. According to Radio Pakistan link, the fare of Rehman Baba Express will be Rs1,350. -Pakistan’s Trade with South Asia Can Increase Eight-fold: World Bank Pakistan’s trade with South Asia can go up by eight-fold if the trade barriers with regional countries are removed, said a new report of the World Bank. Pakistan’s trade with South Asia accounts for only 8 percent of its global trade, despite the region being the world’s fastest growing. However, intraregional trade in South Asia is among the lowest at about 5 percent of total trade, compared with 50 percent in East Asia and the Pacific. Regional trade can create many more jobs and make the country prosperous, the report said. The recently-launched Glass Half Full: The Promise of Regional Trade in South Asia report documents what needs to be done to realize the full trading potential in South Asia. It was launched at the 11th South Asia Economic Summit, hosted by the Sustainable Development Policy Institute in Islamabad. -PM expresses satisfaction over cordial ties between Pakistan, Japan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday acknowledged the importance of Japan as a development and investment partner of Pakistan, and expressed satisfaction over the cordial relations between the two countries. He also looked forward to a greater level of cooperation between the two countries, particularly in the area of trade, investment, infrastructure and human resource development. The prime minister was talking to National Security Advisor to the Prime Minister of Japan, Kentaro Sonoura, who called on him here. Welcoming Sonoura and members of his delegation, the prime minister appreciated the positive momentum of bilateral relationship between the two countries. The prime minister encouraged Japanese investment in Pakistan, which had immense economic potential, having young population and unexplored mineral wealth. JETRO survey on Japanese business in Asia had declared Pakistan as the top country for positive sale profits and future business expansion. -Over One Million Pakistanis Have Signed Up to Donate Blood Using Facebook More than one million donors have signed up to donate blood in Pakistan using Facebook’s feature of blood donations since its launch in March this year, according to the official data of Facebook. Facebook launched Blood Donations in Pakistan earlier this year to help make safe blood more accessible in Pakistan to all licensed blood banks and hospitals. With the blood donations tool, people can sign up to be blood donors on Facebook and get notified when people, blood banks, and hospitals near them need blood. It has an ongoing partnership with SBTP (Safe Blood Authority) to train blood banks on how to find volunteers donors through Facebook. -Pakistan Railways is Now Offering 5 Percent Discount on 90-Day Advance Booking The people intending to travel through Pakistan Railways will now have the facility of advance booking of seats 90 days prior to the travel date. A spokesman of Pakistan Railways said that the department has decided to facilitate passengers by offering 90-day advance booking facility. He said that a five percent discount will be offered on advance booking of seats. The discount on the advance booking will be effective in all trains and classes. -A restaurant introduces it's menu in Braille on International Day of Disabled Persons for it's visually impaired customers -Construction work on Kartarpur corridor initiates The longstanding dream is finally being materialized in a literal sense as heavy machinery reached Kartarpur area of the district to start construction work on the corridor linking Gurdwara Darbar Sahib in Kartarpur to Dera Baba Nanak in India’s Gurdaspur district. According to details, the construction company, in charge of the whole project, has shifted heavy machinery and raw material to Kartarpur to start building a four-kilometer road from the Gurdwara to the border. -Pakistan invites World’s leading economic country to join CPEC projects Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has invited the Japanese businessmen to invest in Special Economic Zones created under China Pakistan Economic Corridor. He was talking to the National Security Advisor to the Prime Minister of Japan Kentaro Sonoura who called on him in Islamabad on Wednesday. The Foreign Minister briefed the Japanese side on CPEC and assured that Japanese investors will be facilitated in all fields of interest. Shah Mehmood Qureshi said Pakistan regards Japan as a close friend and a key economic partner. He said that government was focusing on socio-economic uplift of the people of Pakistan and furthering regional peace and stability. The Japanese National Security Advisor expressed his earnest desire to further strengthen bilateral relations between Pakistan and his country in the days to come. -Economic benefits of low-income housing highlighted Investment in low-income housing would bring “massive” economic benefits to Pakistan, according to a new study published by Karandaaz Pakistan and funded by the UK Government’s Department for International Development (DFID). The new study, ‘Enhancing Builder Finance in Pakistan’, was launched at an event in Islamabad. With this study, Karandaaz Pakistan aims to show the wide benefits of building more affordable housing, but also help boost the businesses of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) that work on the building sector. The study estimates that the construction of 100,000 more houses each year will lead to economic growth as well as increased employment opportunities. According to the study, Pakistan’s economy will benefit massively if affordable housing were to be increased. -‘Pakistan can achieve 30pc renewable energy generation by 2030’ As renewable energy is now the cheapest form of electricity generation in Pakistan, the government could reduce its reliance on expensive power plants and fossil fuel imports in favour of cleaner, more accessible electricity for people and businesses. A report, “Pakistan’s Power Future: Renewable Energy Provides a More Diverse, Secure and Cost-Effective Alternative,” produced by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA), examines the current energy system in Pakistan while suggesting an alternative energy model for 2030. The report finds that Pakistan’s current power mix has an over-reliance on outdated fossil fuels technology and seasonal hydro-power generation, roughly split in a ratio of 70:20:10, being 70pc thermal and 20pc hydro, with nuclear power making up most of the rest. -Pakistan’s IT Sector Will Produce 18,000 New Jobs in 2019: Report The IT industry in Pakistan has been growing phenomenally for the past 10-12 years. Its tremendous growth can be identified from its contribution to the economy. IT sector’s share in the total exports accounts for 3.5 percent, which is more than double from 2006, which was 1.3 percent. The industry is projected to expand and grow across different categories. Along with contributing to the country’s exports, it has been generating numerous jobs for people. According to the Pakistan Technology Industry Survey 2018, the IT community is going to hire between 12,000 and 18,000 employees in 2019. -Punjab Govt to Launch Health App for School Children Punjab government is planning to launch a customized school app to promote health and hygiene among school-going children. The announcement has come from none other than Punjab Health Minister Dr. Yasmin Rashid in a media talk outside Punjab Assembly. As per the details, the app will launch in 12 selected schools. In the first phase, students of six girls and six boys schools will be screened. They will undergo medical tests of nose, ear, throat, teeth, eyes, and skin. Part 33 Part 34 Part 35 Part 36 Part 37 Part 38 Part 39
2018.11.29 01:18 FashBasher1Some news you may have missed out on part 35.
-Woman assistant commissioner sets example by carrying infant while on duty A woman additional assistant commissioner of Peshawar has been in the spotlight, carrying her infant child as she runs a vigorous campaign against encroachments in the district. Sara Tawab, who has recently been made part of the district administration’s team, initiates action against encroachments on a daily basis. -PM Imran lays foundation stone of Kartarpur corridor In a long-awaited move, Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday laid the foundation stone of the Kartarpur corridor which connects Narowal’s Gurdwara Darbar Sahib to Dera Baba Nanak situated in India’s Gurdaspur. The premier had arrived for the groundbreaking ceremony flanked by Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi and Indian Minister Navjot Singh Sidhu. The ceremony was also attended by federal and provincial ministers and foreign dignitaries. -PFUJ’s 2-day BDM convention commences in Lahore Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists (PFUJ)’s 2-day Biennial Delegate Members’ convention commenced here today. The delegates, who converged here from all over the country, profoundly pondered over the crisis Media Industry is presently going through. Media workers’ predicaments, that the delegates discussed in detail, included forced sacking of journalists, non-payment or late payment of salaries and attempts to restrain freedom of speech. The delegates, while expressing serious concerns over the quandary, decided that Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists would raise its voice from all the platforms for the sake of journalists’ protection and to resolve their issues. -Engagements With Etisalat Likely to Yield Positive Results Soon: IT Minister Federal Minister for Information Technology and Telecommunication Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui said that a breakthrough is expected in the dispute with Etisalat with regards to $800 million outstanding dues on account of privatization of Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL). -KP Govt Sets New Deadline for Completion of BRT Peshawar The provincial government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa once again set a new deadline for completion of its flagship Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project in Peshawar. The government announced on Wednesday the project will now be inaugurated on March 23, 2019. Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Mahmood Khan chaired a high-level meeting of the concerned department over the BRT project. -PM Imran reiterates PTI government will take Pakistan out from economic challenges Prime Minister Imran Khan Wednesday vowed to take the country forward and turnaround its economy through increased investment in human resource development and provision of higher and quality education to the youth. “Higher education and rise of a country are inter-linked. The main reason behind the countries which are moving forward is knowledge economy,” he said while speaking at the opening ceremony of a new campus of women university here. The prime minister cited the example of Singapore, which he said despite having a small population of over five million as against Pakistan’s 210 million, invested in education and its annual exports stood at $ 330 billion in contrast with our annual exports of $ 24 billion. -Pakistan likely to pay back IMF before Chinese debt: US Treasury official Pakistan is likely to pay off an International Monetary Fund (IMF) bailout before its loans from China come due, easing concerns that IMF funds will be used to pay back Chinese creditors, the US Treasury’s top diplomat said on Tuesday. Treasury’s Undersecretary for international affairs David Malpass told a US Senate Foreign Relations subcommittee hearing that the Trump administration was pushing for more transparency in Chinese lending, including to Pakistan. -Pakistan to co-host Emerging Asia Cup with Sri Lanka Pakistan will be co-hosting Emerging Teams Asia Cup 2018 with Sri Lanka from December 6, 2018. Eight teams namely Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, India, Oman, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Hong Kong and United Arab Emirates (UAE) will participate in the tournament. The teams have been divided into two groups, wherein Group ‘A’, Sri Lanka, India, Afghanistan, and Oman matches will be played in Colombo, Sri Lanka from December 7, 2018, whereas in Group ‘B’, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Hong Kong, and UAE matches will be played in Karachi from December 6, 2018. The Group ‘B’ matches of Pakistan leg will be played in two venues of Karachi i.e. National Stadium and South-End Ground Club from December 6 to 9, 2018. -IDEAS 2018: Pakistan Introduces Its Multi-role Drone to the World Pakistan has introduced its first locally-built multirole drone to the world at the International Defence Exhibition and Seminar (IDEAS) 2018. Chief of Naval Staff, Kaleem Shaukat, inaugurated the launching ceremony on Wednesday, the second day of the defense exhibition. The armed UAV is named Burraq and would be marketed by Global Industrial & Defence Solutions (GIDS). Burraq is built by GIDS independently. The quadcopter can fly at an altitude of 16000 feet for up to ten hours. -PM Imran Khan summons federal cabinet meeting with 8 points agenda PM will chair a federal cabinet meeting in Islamabad on Thursday. The meeting will discuss an eight-point agenda. Approval is likely to be given for fencing and lighting along the Pak-Afghan border for the security purposes and to grant a technical supplement to the Pakistan Broadcasting Corporation. -Uber Launches Its Flagship Partner Support Center in Karachi Uber has launched its flagship partner support center, also known as Green Light Hub (GLH), in Karachi to bring new driver partners on-board, in addition to providing in-person support to the current partners who will benefit from a fixed destination for all inquiries related to the driving experience. -Pakistan to get foreign investment worth $1.4 billion Pakistan all set to get a huge investment worth $1.4 billion, private media has reported. Pepsi and Coca-Cola are set to invest $1.4 billion in Pakistan in coming years, a statement from Prime Minister Imran Khan’s office said, after executives from the two companies met with Khan. Pepsi planned to make “a further investment of $1.2 billion” in next five years, Khan’s office said on Wednesday, after the company’s chief executive for Asia, Middle East and North Africa, Mike Spanos, led a Pepsi delegation that met Khan. Similarly: PepsiCo AMENA CEO Mike Spanos meets PM Imran, promises $1bn investment PepsiCo Asia, Middle East and North Africa (AMENA) CEO Mike Spanos, met Prime Minister Imran Khan in Islamabad earlier on Wednesday. Spanos led a delegation of senior executives, which included PepsiCo AMENA Chief Financial Officer Aamer Sheikh and PepsiCo Pakistan Vice President and General Manager Furqan Ahmed Syed. Demonstrating PepsiCo’s ongoing commitment to Pakistan, Spanos discussed plans for the PepsiCo system to invest $1 billion over the next five years. Prime Minister welcomed PepsiCo’s continued investment, and Spanos extended the company’s full support to the government on its socio-economic and reform agenda. The PepsiCo delegation noted the company’s appreciation for the government’s focused efforts toward providing a positive business climate for all companies operating in Pakistan. -‘Recovering looted money’: Govt delegation to visit Switzerland today A government delegation will leave for Switzerland today (Wednesday) to hold talks with the Swiss authorities to bring back money stashed by Pakistanis in the European country, ARY News reported. Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Accountability, Shahzad Akbar, talking to ARY News, said over Rs 700 billion from Pakistan were kept in 10 countries, and the government would strive to bring them back. -Communication Ministry Generated the Highest Income During First 100 Days of Govt The Ministry of Communications and its attached organizations generated Rs. 3.72 billion on account of better governance, austerity, and accountability under the 100-day plan of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf led government. The Minister of State for Communications Murad Saeed shared the Ministry’s achievements under the Prime Minister’s 100-days agenda at a press conference. Saeed said that his ministry will complete all projects under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) framework in time. The Ministry of Communication successfully implemented the 100 days plan in Communications and allied departments of the ministry and achieved targets before the stipulated time period. -Punjab Govt Launches Portal for Registering Citizens’ Complaints Punjab government has launched a complaint cell set up at Chief Minister Usman Buzdar’s office for registering citizens’ complaints regarding school education, health, Deputy Commissioner’s Office and police. The move is aimed at addressing people’s complaints against government functonairies. The CM Complaint Cell was formally launched at Chief Minister House during a ceremony. Chief Minister Usman Buzdar was the chief guest at the occasion. Chief Secretary Punjab told the ceremony that over one lakh citizens have registered with the Cell’s portal. Over 17 thousand complaints have so far been addressed through the portal. -Construction of Mohmand Dam to Start in June Next Year Chairman, Water and Power Development Authority (Wapda), Lt General (retd) Muzammil Hussain has said that Baza Dam was to be completed by 2009. However, the work on the project could not be initiated due to prevailing law and order situation in the country. Hussain told the Senate’s Standing Committee on Water Resources that work on Mohmand Dam was to be initiated in 2009 it got delayed and now its construction will start in June next year. -PM approves interim province status for G-B Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday approved in principle to change the status of Gilgit-Baltistan (G-B) to an interim province by accepting the recommendations of a reforms committee, reported Express News. The federal cabinet would discuss the matter to change the status of G-B today in a meeting to be presided over by Prime Minister Imran Khan. According to sources, Federal Minister for Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit-Baltistan Ali Amin Gandapur would present the summary of the recommendations in the cabinet meeting. -PM Imran Khan makes an offer to FIFA President Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday invited the Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) President Gianni Infantino to visit Pakistan. According to the details, PM Imran extended invitation to FIFA president in an effort to revive football and sports activities in the country. Earlier in the day, Malik Amir Dogar, member Punjab Football Council, called on PM Imran Khan and discussed Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) elections and current situation of the games in the country. -Five million housing project to help cater need of employees: prime minister Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday said the government’s flagship program of construction of five million housing in next five years would help address shortage of official accommodation. Chairing a briefing in Islamabad on Wednesday, he said the government was cognizant of the issues being faced in the housing sector especially with regards to provision of official accommodation to the government employees in Islamabad and provincial headquarters. The prime minister also expressed concern over underutilisation of the human resource and expertise available with various organisations of the Housing Ministry and directed that a comprehensive plan should be prepared to ensure optimum utilisation of the available human resource. -Mega cage fishing projects on the cards, says minister Ambassador of Korea in Pakistan Kwak Sung-Kyu along with the Korean Economic Counselor called on Federal Minister for National Food Security & Research Sahibzada Muhammad Mehboob Sultan here in Islamabad today. The meeting basically focused on agro-cooperation between the two friendly nations, according to a statement. The minister was apprised that in the first week of December 2018 a delegation of Korean agricultural experts is visiting Pakistan Agriculture Research Council (PARC) and National Agriculture Research Council (NARC) to monitor the research facilities and identify the areas where the mutual cooperation could be extended in the field of research. -RCCI inks MOU with Greek- Pakistan Chamber of Commerce (GPCCI) A memorandum of understanding (MOU) was inked between Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (RCCI) and Greek- Pakistan Chamber of Commerce (GPCCI) on Tuesday, in order to encourage bilateral trade relations and to jointly assist the business segments of both the countries. President GPCCI Maria Rubina Markopoulou on this instance highlighted RCCI’s endeavors, which consist of assisting traders and supporting trade activities within the country. She stated that, this MOU would provide a basis for strengthening connections between the trader’s communities of both the countries. -PM Khan to attend launching event of JW FORLAND automobile assembly plant Foton JW Auto Park (Pvt.) Ltd. is formally commencing production from its automobile assembly plant on Friday, November 30, 2018, meanwhile, Prime Minister Imran Khan is expected to attend the launch event, it was learnt on Wednesday. Official sources in Industries and Production Ministry informed Pakistan Today that Foton JW Auto Park (Pvt.) Ltd. is the first Pakistani company which had a 50/50 Joint Venture (JV) with a Chinese company in the auto sector and it is going to officially launch production from its automobile assembly plant on Friday. They said as a first for the Pakistani auto sector, technology is being transferred from China for specialised parts like engine, transmission etc, said sources. -Army deposits Rs390 million income tax every month: Member FATE Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) Facilitation and Taxpayer Education (FATE) Member Dr Hamid Ateeq while talking to the media early on Wednesday said that the Pakistan Army deposits Rs390 million income tax every month, making it one of the largest contributors to the tax net. He said that under the leadership of Pakistan’s Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa, tax returns have experienced an upward trend and returns have been filed a month prior to the due date. In addition, military-owned ‘Topi Rakh’ is the highest tax paying marriage hall compared to other halls in the country. -Pakistan Gets Another Restaurant in a Plane, This Time in Chitral The Friendship Restaurant opened its doors just recently on 25th November. It has proven to be a hit with the locals in no time, thanks to its steady and robust menu that serves quality food at an affordable price. The restaurant was built on a re-purposed PIA AP-ALN FKR plane which was parked outside a facility in Balach, Chitral to serve as a full-fledged restaurant. Basically, this jet crash-landed and went out of commission a few years back. The plane was bought by a businessman who turned it into a bustling restaurant that you see today. -Helmets Will be Mandatory for Pillion Riders in Lahore from December 1st The Lahore High Court (LHC) has directed the chief traffic officer (CTO), Liaqat Malik, to make it mandatory for pillion riders to wear helmets from December 1st without any discrimination. The high court has also directed to issue challan tickets to motorcyclists without any side mirrors on their bikes. The Punjab Safe City Authority’s Chief Operating Officer, Akbar Nasir, had apprised the court that the introduction of e-challan has significantly decreased the violation of traffic rules. -Banks to Compensate Online Fraud Victims Within 48 Hours All commercial bank shall compensate their customers within two (02) business days in case of a financial loss to them due to online fraudulent incidents, said State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) in its directives. Part 28 Part 29 Part 30 Part 31 Part 32 Part 33 Part 34
2016.10.15 02:19 only_glutathioneMina åsikter från vad jag har läst, sett och lyssnat på den senaste tiden.
De två senaste åren har jag precis som så många andra på internet läst och lyssnat mycket på saker som händer i Sverige, som inte pratas om förrän det inte längre går att undvika. Men också diverse saker som har varit helt tyst om under hela min uppväxt. De föll nästan som dominobrickor, det ena ämnet ledde till det andra och förstärkte min övertygelse i de föregående. Börja med dagens och senare års samhälliga och politiska situation. Migrationskrisen, eller flyktingkrisen som det kallas i nyspråk. I början pratades det om att vi behövde invandring för att klara av att betala pensioner o.s.v. Vi var nära en exakt ersättning, med reproduktionsnivå på ett barn per person, vilket vi fortfarande är. Mer om reproduktionsnivå senare. Det skulle vara en vinst för Sverige, det var ett kompetensregn och om man var emot invandring fanns det bara en anledning kvar, för allt annat var positivt! Man var rasist, nazist eller främlingsfientlig. Men sedan lade man märke till SD och undrade vad de tyckte. Deras argument var inte uppenbart rasistiska i min mening, så trotsig som jag är ville jag argumentera deras ståndpunkt i min vardag tills jag får en annan uppfattning. Tino hade de bästa argumenten emot invandring enligt mig. På den tiden hade epitet som nazist och rasist fortfarande vikt, så jag undersökte vad det innebar. Skolan hade som vanligt gjort ett dåligt jobb på att framföra en balanserad bild. Vart ordet kom ifrån, nationalsocialism hade inte pratats om. Inte heller mycket om situationen i Tyskland innan arbetarpartiet demokratiskt fick makten. Ett fullständigt enormt fokus hade såklart lagts på förintelselägren och antisemitismen. Det är helt enkelt inte intressant. Där finns ingen konflikt. Det är självklart att man fördömer det om man inte är en genuin antisemit, vilket inte många från västvärlden är. Det intressanta är hur det var ett världskrig, ett ideologiskt krig, ett fruktansvärt krig med flera krigsbrott. Det byggde dessutom på spänningar från ett tidigare världskrig. Det var ett ENORMT komplext krig på grund av hur många länder som var med och alla olika motiv. Diskussionen runt allt annat än antisemitismen har liksom tystats ner. Om man inte tycker att de allierade gjorde allt rätt och var perfekta hjältar och stoiska beskyddare av rättvisa, så har man fel och är en apologist, en nazist och därför en antisemit som vill massmörda judar. Man bortser helt från att Tyskland gick från en legendarisk lågkonjunktur till att bli en stormakt på ett par decennier, med flera infrastrukturer som står kvar idag, t.ex. autobahn. Att ryssland svälte sitt folk till den grad att kannibalism blev vanligt, för att producera en armada av pansarvagnar. Att dödssiffran i koncentrationslägren har skrivits ner flera gånger. Ingen faktisk kritik förs emot nationalsocialism, utan det beblandas med den version av etnontaionalism som Hitler förespråkade. Där etnonationen var en förlängning av evolutionen och de som erövrade världen var den överlägsna människan. Det är åtminstone min tolkning runt deras starka krigiska och expansiva tendenser. Om man bestämt vill beblanda nazism med antisemitism, får man banne mig lämna ordet nationalsocialism ifred, för det är vad Sverige blir om vi går ur EU och stänger gränsen. Vi blir nationalistiska och vi är redan socialistiska sett till världsstandarden. Det är någonstans här jag börjar undersöka IQ. Läste om det på mensa.se, kollade på intervjuer och presentationer av James Flynn, Charles A. Murray, Richard Lynn och Linda Gottfredson. Kom fram till den radikala slutsatsen att medvetande, och därmed intelligens, är resultatet av gener som interagerar med sin omgivning. Omgivningen kan givetvis vara olika näringsrik o.s.v. - men alla saker lika kommer gener bland annat göra att:
Fight-or-flight responsen kommer, och går, olika lätt. MOA-A påverkar detta där mindre effektiva versioner av generna innebär att neurotransmittörerna bryts ner långsammare. En av de dåliga versionerna av MOA-A kallas "krigargenen" och är kraftigt överrepresenterad bland gärningsmän av våldsbrott. Någon som försökt tänka logiskt när ni är arga?
Koncentrationer av neurotransmittörer blir olika, balansen därimellan likaså. Detta påverkas av ovan nämnda enzym och dess gen, men även av transporten av aminosyrorna fenylalanin och tryptofan till hjärncellerna, där de är materialet för dopamin och serotonin och dess vidare produkter.
Alla av dessa är uppenbart länkade till IQ, även om de inte förklarar hela skillnaderna själva. Jag tror de flesta vet att frekvensen av genvarianter är olika bland olika befolkningar. Vi vet redan sedan länge att afrikaner har lägre kranial volym. Det säger som sagt långt ifrån allt. Men sen har vi en högre frekvens av "krigargenen" med. Jag menar inte att peka ut afrikaner specifikt här utan att påpeka att skillnader mellan etniska grupper, raser, folk, vad ni än vill kalla det, finns och ju mer forskning vi gör desto fler skillader kommer hittas och de kommer framstå tydligare. Inte för att de syns bättre på individen, utan för att ingen längre nekar det som alla redan ser. Att olika kulturer (interpersonella relationer och lagar, inte mat, inte musik, inte mode) har vuxit fram på olika världsdelar. Att länder har olika IQ. Läkare är nog närmast denna insikt då de får lära sig att olika etniciteter har olika sjukdomsrisker. Låt oss tackla ett par saker som sägs om IQ för att förminska dess resultat.
Normalt sett syftar IQ på generell intelligens, eller g-faktor.
Generell intelligens är inte specifik intelligens, det säger sig självt. Det innebär att man kan vara utmärkt på mattematik och ändå få sämre resultat på IQ-test än någon som är dålig på mattematik. Men den individen som fick bättre resultat är troligtivs bättre på något annat, vare sig det är att skriva, spela spel e.t.c. . Så är det ett sant mått på intelligens? Det är så vitt jag vet inte en enighet på den frågan än. Men det är det bästa vi har, och det gör ett bra jobb på att förutsäga prestanda i arbetsliv och akademia.
Slutligen, om man inte är nöjd med forskningen bakom ras/etniska/folkliga skillnader, be om mer forskning. Forskningsresultaten som finns är minst lika konsekventa som dem inom t.ex. näringslära. Tillbaka till migrationskrisen. Den svenska arbetsmarknaden kräver praktiskt taget en gymnasieutbildning, och om man vill tjäna mer än en dräglig lön behöver man högskole/universitetsutbildning. Om ursprungsländerna för migranterna är någon indikation på deras IQ landar de flesta på 80-90. Skola ändrar inte på det. Näring har inte förbättrats markant från deras hemländer. Deras hemländer befann sig inte i svält och har tillgång till samma mat som vi har. De kommer aldrig integreras till fullo i arbetsmarknaden, utan majoritieten kommer få lågbetalda jobb, och vara underrepresenterade i jobb som kräver mental ansträngning och teoretisk utbildning. Precis som i USA. Deras kultur kommer inte att ändras. Deras kvinnosyn och religion kan säkerligen ändras, det tar nog bara en generation, men machokulturen kommer vara kvar. Tendensen till vrede och våld kommer vara kvar. Precis som i USA. Hur lång tid kommer det ta för en så starkt religiös grupp med stark kulturell identitet att skapa en rörelse lik BLM? Där våld och förstörelse är acceptabelt och den vite mannen är den enda anledningen till att de inte är till fullo representerade på toppen av den sociala och ekonomiska hierarkin? Faktum är att en majoritet av de som kom hit inte var flyktingar. De var ekonomiska migranter. Man frågas retoriskt "Vem skulle inte göra det?" och svaret är att de flesta skulle det. Heder försvinner snabbt när man ser att man kan få det bättre. Problemet med den typen av immigration är tvåfaldigt. Att det finns miljontals människor som skulle göra det, och att vi har en begränsad budget med vilken vi kan hjälpa ofantligt mycket fler på plats än vi kan integrera (som i regel aldrig kommer lyckas). Med opportunity loss i tanken har vi skapat ondo i världen i form av svält och utebliven utbildning. För det är där skon klämmer mest hos min humanistiska sida. Att budgeten för bistånd har minskats för att ta hand om dessa människor som fått ge uttryck för sin girighet. Om vi återgår till den påstådda orsaken till behovet av immigration, reproduktionsnivån, den s.k. demografiska vintern. Det är intressant att det som alla länder i, eller på väg mot demografisk vinter har gemensamt är välstånd. Jag tänker framförallt på Japan, Skandinavien, USA och Kanada. Sydosteuropa, Afrika och sydostasien har inga sådana problem. Andra skillnader är såklart kvinnliga rättigheter, välfärd och IQ. Som någon som funderat mycket på feminism, välfärd, den kvinnliga populationen och dess reproduktiva motivationer lutar jag mot att det är skillnaden. Centralt för tankegången är att innan teknologin framkommit fanns det ingen garanti att mannen i ett förhållande var den biologiska fadern. Uppenbarligen var motsatsen sann för kvinnan. Det plus att kvinnan blev mer och mer handlingsförlamad ju längre gången hon var innebar att mannen var den som lämnade hemmet och arbetade. Detta var sant i jägar-samlar stadiet och framåt och har troligtvis format vår parbildning och psykologin som leder till den. Kvinnor som vet att barnet är deras behövde inte lita på sin partners trogenhet utan endast att maten, vattnet och värmen fortsätta komma, samt skydd från externa hot. Bäst mat, vatten, värme och skydd gav bäst odds för kvinnans och barnens överlevnad. För att rikta och sporra mannens arbete sade kvinnan vad hon ville ha härnäst. Därav kom mannens tävlingsinriktan, och kvinnans gnäll. Eftersom resurser krävs för att barnafödsel samt uppväxt ska lyckas är mannens roll högst nödvändig. Om en kvinna blir gravid med en man som inte förser henne med resurser krävs en annan man, annars riskerar hon sin hälsa samt förlorar ett års fertilitet och sitt rykte. Det betyder att hon behöver hitta en hanrej, och att hon behöver kunna manipulera honom/undanhålla sanningen/ljuga bra nog att han tror att det är hans barn. Att som man vara kontrollerande eller känna sig hotad av sin partners manliga umgänge när man själv inte är närvarande är förståeligt. De som inte var oroliga har inte längre avkomma i världen.
Kom ihåg: undantag varken bekräftar eller motbevisar regeln. Jag generaliserar mycket men fokusera på om generaliseringen är rimlig, inte på om det finns undantag.
Så vad tycker ni? Vad är anledningen till vår demografiska vinter? Vad är fel på socialnationalism? Borde vi fortfarande vara ute efter jämnställdhet mellan könen och etniciteter? Jag menar detta borde vara diskussionsunderlag för ett par dagar!
2015.08.18 15:42 TheHeianPrincessItinerary advice for December 30th-January 14th
Hi everyone, I'm looking for some itinerary advice for my Japan trip from December 30th-January 14th. Well, it's more like 'Help me plan my trip, I'm a shopaholic and want to do so much stuff!' I depart on the 29th from London and arrive at 8.50am on the 30th at Narita. I plan to sleep a lot on the coach to the airport and on the plane. I will be travelling entirely on my own for the whole trip, so I am hoping I can make my itinerary a little busier than if I were travelling with a spouse/friends/family. I am into Japanese street fashion, mainly Lolita, Gyaru and Dolly Kei so most of my activities are shopping based haha. I have a couple of things planned already, and an idea of places I'd like to go but any advice of when to do what would be greatly appreciated. I'm participating in a homestay with a lady in Harajuku (perfection) so I set off from there most days. I will have a Suica card but I'd like to walk a little to experience more. Things that are definitely planned are that I'll be travelling from Tokyo to Kyoto on the overnight bus on Jan 6th, returning early morning on the 8th. I got a special deal on a maiko henshin package (on the 6th) so I feel like I can't rebook for another date. Basic itineraries roughly based on direction of travel, but not sure what days to do them on:
Shinjuku, Shin-Okubo, Ikebukuro
Akiba, Ueno, Ameyoko, Asakusa, Kinshicho, Tokyo Skytree
Yokohama (I'm totally not going just for Closet Child and Chinatown haha)
Possible day trip to Kawagoe to see a friend (will confirm what day with my friend closer to the time)
Dec 30th (Wed) - Arrive at Narita around 9am. Catch the Keisei bus to Tokyo station, then head to Harajuku to meet the lady, put my bags away/unpack, get acquainted with the neighbourhood. I estimate it'll be just after midday but I was hoping to head to Closet Child Harajuku and do some general shopping, then Shinjuku and Ikebukuro for more of the same. I don't intend to do a full day's shop in each of these places, so I may revisit on other days. 31st (Thur) - ??? New Years Day (Fri) - If there are any lucky packs that catch my eye (I'll research online before I leave), do some lucky pack shopping at LaForet, and/or general NY sales shopping. Not sure what to do afterwards, maybe more department store shopping or go to Meiji-jingu? Jan 2nd (Sat) - Again, if any lucky packs catch my eye, do lucky pack/NY sales shopping at Shibuya 109 or Shinjuku Marui Annex, hopefully both? Not sure what to do after, other than general NY sales shopping. 3rd (Sun) - ??? 4th (Mon) - ??? *5th (Tue) * - ??? 6th (Wed) - Catch the night bus to Kyoto, arrive early morning. Dress up as a maiko. Not sure what to do for the next half of the day. 7th (Thur) - Rent a kimono to wear. Other than that, not sure what to do! Visit temples/shrines, go shopping? 8th (Fri) - ??? Catch night bus back to Tokyo. 9th (Sat) - Arrive in Tokyo early morning. ??? 10th (Sun) - ??? 11th (Mon) - ??? It's Seijin no Hi, which I've always loved to follow due to the beautiful kimono coordinates but I don't know what to do on the day, other than a regular day's activities. 12th (Tue) - ??? 13th (Wed) - ??? Last minute shopping? 14th (Thur) - Head back to the UK. Cry. This has been such a long post to write and I thank anyone who can help me even just a little bit. I've tried to format it to make it easy-ish on the eyes.
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