Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. First Heatwave Expected Next Week Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Community News Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy Every fall the Pasadena Senior Center offers a full lineup of classes for people 50 and older ranging from art and computers to foreign languages and Zumba. Some classes are now offered evenings and Saturdays to accommodate working seniors.As the registration period for fall classes approaches, anyone can sample the most popular offerings for free by attending half-hour sessions, meeting the instructors and learning more about the courses.All sample classes, known as Class Tasting, will take place Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 5 and 6, from 9 a.m. to noon at the Pasadena Senior Center, 85 E. Holly St.Monday, Oct. 59 to 9:30 a.m. – Beginner Tai Chi in the West Pavilion9:30 to 10 a.m. – Advanced Tai Chi in the West Pavilion9:30 to 10 a.m. – Alexander Technique, East Pavilion9:30 to 10 a.m. – Meditation and Relaxation in the Community Room10 to 10:30 a.m. – Eating for Vitality in the South Conference Room10 to 10:30 a.m. – French I, II and III in the Community Room10 to 10:30 a.m. – Yoga (evening class) in the West Pavilion10:30 to 11 a.m. – Arthritis Exercises in the West Pavilion10:30 to 11 a.m. – Learn Spanish Through Acting in the Community Room11 to 11:30 a.m. – Chair Tai Chi in the Dance Studio11 to 11:30 a.m. – International Folk Dancing in the West Pavilion11 a.m. to noon – Beginner/Advanced Beginner Computer Workshop in the Computer Lab11:30 a.m. to noon – The Art and Fun of Sewing in the Cliff Benedict Room11:30 a.m. to noon – Stone Meditation in the Community RoomTuesday, Oct. 69 to 9:30 a.m. – Pep Up Your Life in the Dance Studio9 to 9:30 a.m. – Salsa Dancing in the West Pavilion9:15 to 10 a.m. – Pilates in the East Pavilion9:30 to 10 a.m. – Bellyfit Sage in the West Pavilion9:30 to 10 a.m. – Swing Dance in the Dance Studio10 to 10:30 a.m. – Improv Comedy in the Community Room10 to 10:30 a.m. – Tap in the Dance Studio10 to 10:30 a.m. – Zumba Gold in the West Pavilion10:30 to 11 a.m. – Sing-along in the West Pavilion10:30 to 11 a.m. – Watercolors in the Cliff Benedict Room11 to 11:30 a.m. – Creative Writing in the Community Room11 to 11:30 a.m. – Improv Comedy in the Cliff Benedict Room11 to 11:30 a.m. – Music for Wellness in the West Pavilion11 to 11:30 a.m. – Plant Parenthood in the Cliff Benedict Room11:30 a.m. to noon – Yoga (morning class) in the West Pavilion11:30 a.m. to noon – English Conversation in the Community RoomSpotlight on New ClassesImprov Comedy will help you think on your feet, stay socially active and be funny at the same time with instruction by experienced improv comedians.Salsa Dancing is a zesty, energetic and easy way to learn steps and rhythms ranging from the Cha Cha to the Merengue, with or without a partner.Sing-along is for everyone who wants to add their voices to songs from days gone by, have fun with others and make beautiful music together.How to RegisterAfter sampling fall classes for free Oct. 5 and 6 and getting the complete list of classes, schedules and other details, register at www.pasadenaseniorcenter.org (click on Classes and Lectures) or pick up a registration form at the Welcome Desk. The registration deadline is Friday, Oct. 9.Most classes range from $10 to $70 for Pasadena Senior Center members. Scholarships for low-income members are available on a limited basis.For more information call (626) 795-4331.Founded in 1959, the Pasadena Senior Center is an independent nonprofit agency that offers recreational, educational, wellness and social services to people ages 50 and older in a friendly environment. Services are also provided for frail, low-income and homebound seniors. 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The defeat of two prominent Shining Path leaders on August 11 shows the strategic consequences and great importance in the dynamics of challenges towards national security that Peru faces. In this sense, the generalized criticism about the lack of leadership of the Peruvian government in the field of security, Shining Path’s control of coca areas in the VRAEM, as well as the deterioration of conditions for the continuity of operations and new investments in the areas of energy, mining, and oil in Sierra Sur, will face a new and challenging scenario. The continuity of businesses, operations and infrastructure projects in the VRAEM has an important space to aim its security standards and protocols in a scenario where “cohabiting” with Shining Path in their own terms is not a viable option. Shining Path in the VRAEM has not yet been defeated, but it has been seriously wounded. This makes it necessary to consider two immediate aspects: 1) Will the Shining Path be capable of perpetrating an act of armed violence in the short term with international media repercussion? If so, when, where, and how? Special attention is needed on transnational company operations in the fields of energy, oil and mining in the area. 2) Will a different Shining Path leadership emerge for the control or drug trafficking areas in the VRAEM, like when Artemio was defeated in the Huallaga? In this respect, there must be special attention on coca leaf grower organizations and illegal operators in the area. For Shining Path, the loss of three senior leaders of its armed groups is a strategic blow that limits its communication and mobilization capabilities to control drug trafficking, conduct armed actions and extort companies that operate in the area, control self-defense committees, farming families and local politicians. In regards to government measures, the operations conducted by the Armed Forces Joint Command (CCFFAA) are proof of the development of major intelligence capabilities and special operations to perform precise actions against the Shining Path’s leadership, which is being given space to recover their initiative after thirteen years in which this guerrilla group had the opportunity to regain their military capacity and control the VRAEM areas with little difficulty. Shining Path will have to speed up its pace, which makes it dangerous and, at the same time, vulnerable. Stakeholders associated with its dynamics of hatred, violence, and drugs will be pragmatic, generating new scenarios of risks and threats in the VRAEM areas, that are necessary to foresee with effectiveness and anticipation. Time is ticking against Shining Path, because if it does not demonstrate with short-term concrete actions that they can continue to be in control of drug trafficking and instead continue to lose capabilities it will make them more vulnerable. At the same time, other locals will take over those spaces that Shining Path will not be able to cover, producing significant changes in the dynamics of violence and illegality in the area. The level of business insecurity and distrust regarding the government’s capabilities in order to confront Shining Path were accentuated to the maximum: workers resigned and work stopped, there was risk of abandoning the project, as well as serious assessments on the continuity of business and important investment projects for the infrastructure within the area are facts that nowadays are being reconsidered. By Dialogo August 16, 2013 Today, the CCFFAA capitalizes on their hard work to confront the remnants of the Shining Path since 2007. The value of lessons learned, the application of international standards to support, equipm, train, and manage, as well as the morale of the Joint Special Forces and Intelligence personnel are the basis for success that gives President Humala not only a relief regarding his questioned security administration, but also a valuable space for initiative in the fight against Shining Path and drug trafficking that cannot be overlooked. Today, the challenges for the government are higher than before ‘Alipio’ and ‘Gabriel’ were defeated; on one hand, managing the success of the operation by rescuing the fundamental aspects that made it possible entails, in terms of National Defense, recognizing the advantages and boosting the development of joint operations under one command that projects over the whole dynamics of the fight against Shining Path in the VRAEM and against drug trafficking. This will constitute the basis for the progressive recovery of trust against insecurity, not only of investors and enterprises, but also from the population in general. On the other hand, the demands for addressing citizen security issues will be greatly increased. It is inevitable to relate the blow that the Shining Path is suffering, from the attack perpetrated against the Consorcio Vial Quinua facilities, in Huanta province (Ayacucho) on July 24, where (comrade) ‘Alipio’ conducted the destruction of important machinery and equipment used for road maintenance in that sector.
Jakarta: Saina Nehwal hardly broke a sweat on way to her second consecutive semifinal of the season but P V Sindhu and Kidambi Srikanth lost their respective quarterfinals to bow out of the Indonesia Masters badminton tournament on Friday. Eighth seed Saina, who had reached the semifinal last week at Malaysia Masters, beat Thailand’s Pornpawee Chochuwong 21-7 21-18 to make it to the last four of women’s singles.The two-time Commonwealth Games champion will next face sixth-seeded Chinese He Bingjiao, a player Saina has never faced in her career. Sindhu couldn’t adjust to the speed and precision of three-time Olympic champion Caroline Marin, going down 11-21 12-21 in a lopsided contest.Srikanth had to settle for a second quarter-final finish after losing 18-21 19-21 to local hero and Asian Games champion Jonatan Christie. Saina enjoyed a good start and galloped to a 11-4 lead at the interval. The Indian continued to dominate proceeding after the interval, moving in quick bursts of points to close out the opening game comfortably.Also Read | Virat Kohli’s India aim to sustain ruthless streak against New ZealandIn the second game, Chochuwong ran to 8-4 lead, but Saina caught up with her at 12-12 before going ahead and shutting the door on her opponent. In 13 meetings, Sindhu has lagged 5-7 against Marin in their head-to-head count, which included defeats at the Rio Olympic and 2018 World Championship finals.Marin seemed equally unstoppable Friday as she marched to a 6-1 lead with her better court coverage and angled returns. The screams and fist pumps were out right from the start as Sindhu looked for an opening.The Indian exchanged rallies and made it to 5-8 before Marin grabbed a six-point lead at the break with a cross-court smash and a long return from Sindhu. Sindhu reduced the margin to 10-14 but Marin was going great guns and eventually pocketed the first game when the Indian went wide and long.In the second game, Sindhu couldn’t keep the shuttle inside the court, allowing Marin to again zoom to a 5-0 lead. A net error from Marin helped Sindhu break the run of points but the Indian continued to commit too many unforced errors. Sindhu failed to see the initiatives during the fast-paced rallies. A huge body smash took Marin to 11-3 at the interval.Marin was on fire and gathered points at will, moving to 15-5 with another smash. Marin eventually sealed the contest when Sindhu hit the net. In the men’s singles quarterfinals, Srikanth tried to put pressure on his rival but Jonatan was solid in his defence and with the Indian making errors, the Indonesian led 11-7 at the break.Also Read | Happy Birthday Cheteshwar Pujara – Indian cricket team’s ‘New Wall’ turns 31Srikanth caught up with Jonatan at 15-15 after making a few good saves. The Indian then unleashed a straight smash to lead 17-16 for the first time in the match. But Srikanth committed too many unforced errors and also made a misjudgment at the backline to hand over game points to the Indonesian who sealed it with a half smash.Jonatan raced away to a 6-0 lead before a spinning net shot helped Srikanth to log his first point in the second game. However, the Indonesian managed to lead 11-4 at the breather after Srikanth failed to reach a shot at the forecourt.After the break, Jonatan maintained the lead to reach 15-8. The Indian grabbed three quick points but a weak return from the backline found the net. Srikanth reduced the deficit to 14-16 by pushing the shuttle at the backcourt. Srikanth brought the equation down to 18-19 before Jonatan made an error of judgment at the backcourt. But the Indonesian made amends immediately as he unleashed a smash to reach match points before grabbing it with another return. For all the Latest Sports News News, Badminton News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
The Saskatchewan Roughriders have made it back to the Grey Cup next Sunday in Edmonton.However, the Roughriders know they’ll be constantly reminded of the 2009 heartbreak over the next few days, but they’re happy to be in a position to talk about it.The Roughriders upset the Calgary Stampeders 20-16 in a frigid West final Sunday at McMahon Stadium in Cowtown. The Riders meet the Montreal Alouettes at the 98th Grey Cup game.The Als earned a third straight trip to the Cup with a 48-17 win over the Toronto Argonauts in the East final Sunday.Saskatchewan is going back to the CFL championship game to try and exorcise the ghosts of last year’s debacle.Leading 27-25 in the final minute in Calgary, the Roughriders began celebrating a title when Alouettes kicker Damon Duval missed a 43-yard field goal attempt with no time remaining.But Saskatchewan was called for too many men on the field on that kick and Duval made good on his second chance from 33 yards for the 28-27 victory.The game is set for 3 p.m., PST on TSN (The Sports Network.)