first_imgIn a surge of public support for Malaysiakini after the trial, a crowdfunding campaign brought the website enough money to cover the fine in less than six hours. News Organisation to go further News Malaysian cartoonist Zunar facing possible sedition charge again Receive email alerts A website renowned for investigating corruption, Malaysiakini was fined 500,000 ringgits (nearly 100,000 euros) by a federal court on 19 February after being found guilty of contempt of court because of five small comments criticizing the judiciary that readers posted at the foot of an article published in June. In a new development today, prosecutors opened a sedition investigation into Gan’s comments after the 19 February hearing, in which he criticized the court’s decision. A sedition charge carries a possible three-year jail sentence. Against all logic, presiding judge Rohana Yusuf ruled that Malaysiakini failed to moderate the “reprehensible” and “spurious” comments correctly, ignoring the fact that its moderators took them down as soon as the police drew them to the website’s attention. The record fine imposed by the court was more than twice what the prosecution requested. Malaysiakini editor-in-chief Steven Gan, who was also accused of contempt in the case brought by attorney general Idrus Harun, was nonetheless acquitted. RSF denounces Malaysia’s harassment of Al Jazeera journalists “We condemn this absurd verdict and sentence that is out of all proportion to Malaysiakini’s alleged offence, and we call on prosecutors to immediate terminate the sedition investigation, for which there are absolutely no grounds,” said Daniel Bastard, the head of RSF’s Asia-Pacific desk. “This case will have a major impact on independent media and their way of interacting with readers, and will inevitably end up affecting the quality of the public debate in Malaysia. It is also liable to reinforce the climate of self-censorship that has taken hold in the media since Muhyiddin Yassin became prime minister a year ago. We urge this government to fully commit to upholding press freedom.” Help by sharing this information August 7, 2020 Find out more January 29, 2021 Find out morecenter_img Climate of self-censorship February 22, 2021 Record fine for Malaysian news site over readers’ comments Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns the record fine imposed on Malaysiakini, one of Malaysia’s leading investigative news sites, for readers’ comments critical of the judiciary, and the subsequent sedition investigation into its editor for criticizing the court’s decision. This is liable to result in more self-censorship in the media, RSF warned, reiterating its call for the government to show that it is determined to defend press freedom. Malaysiakini editor-in-chief Steven Gan outside the palace of justice in Malaysia on 19 February (photo: AFP). March 17, 2021 Find out more After Malaysians voted to remove Najib Razak as prime minister in 2018, the country rose 44 places in two years in RSF’s World Press Freedom Index. But, since a new coalition government led by Muhyiddin Yassin took office in March, press freedom violations have surged and Malaysia’s current ranking, 101st out of 180 countries, is unlikely to be maintained. News MalaysiaAsia – Pacific Condemning abusesOnline freedomsMedia independence InternetEconomic pressureJudicial harassment New Malaysian ordinance threatens very concept of truth News RSF_en Speaking to journalists after the 19 February hearing, Gan said: “The hefty fine against us is really an attempt not to just shut us up but to shut us down.” He added that it would have “a tremendous chilling impact on discussions of issues of public interest.” Follow the news on Malaysia MalaysiaAsia – Pacific Condemning abusesOnline freedomsMedia independence InternetEconomic pressureJudicial harassment last_img read more

first_imgNews UpdatesAdvocates Not To Appear From Kitchens, Dining Halls, Lawns, Vehicles Etc : Karnataka High Court Issues New VC Guidelines Mustafa Plumber16 March 2021 6:38 PMShare This – xThe Karnataka High Court has issued video conference guidelines to be followed by Advocates Parties-in-Person and the person/s permitted to appear through Video Conference. The notification issued by the Registrar General reads that “It is noticed from the experience of the Video Conferencing hearing in the Court Halls at Principal Bench, Bengaluru, Benches at Dharwad and…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Karnataka High Court has issued video conference guidelines to be followed by Advocates Parties-in-Person and the person/s permitted to appear through Video Conference. The notification issued by the Registrar General reads that “It is noticed from the experience of the Video Conferencing hearing in the Court Halls at Principal Bench, Bengaluru, Benches at Dharwad and Kalaburagi of High Court of Karnataka that some of the Learned Advocates, Parties-in-Person and the person/s permitted to appear through Video Conference are not adhering to the “Required Protocols and Guidelines” issued along with the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) at the earlier point of time, which is affecting the functioning of Court Proceedings.” Hence, in continuation of the earlier protocols and guidelines, the following additional guidelines are issued for compliance by all concerned in the Video Conference hearings: 1.Hearing of cases through Video Conference replaces open Court Hearing. Hence, even during the course of Video Conferencing hearing, decorum applicable to Court Hall hearing shall be followed. 2. Before joining the Video Conference, the Learned Advocates, Parties-in-Person and the person/s permitted to appear through Video Conference shall ensure that proper Video Conferencing equipment are available with them and shall also ensure the availability of proper bandwidth in their network. 3. The learned advocates while appearing in the Video Conference shall wear the proper robes as prescribed. 4. The Parties-in-Person and the person/s permitted to appear through Video Conference shall be decently dressed considering the dignity and decorum of the Court. 5 Learned Advocates, Parties-in-Person and the person/s permitted to appear through Video Conference shall not make their appearance from any place like, kitchen, dining hall, lawn, vehicle or place which has public nuisance etc., They should participate in the video conference hearing by sitting at a place which is consistent with the dignity and decorum of the Courts. 6.Learned Advocates, Parties-in-Person and the person/s permitted to appear through Video Conference shall, while other cases are being heard, mute their audio and video and un-mute only when their case is taken up for hearing. 7.Learned Advocates, Parties-in-Person and the person/s permitted to appear through Video Conference, shall not indulge in any activities not befitting to the Court decorum such as attending the Phone calls, eating the food stuff, sleeping, chatting with children and other family members and the clients like etc. 8.Learned Advocates, Parties-in-Person and the person/s permitted to appear through Video Conference, shall as far as possible, avoid using cell phones for attending hearingClick Hear To Download/Read GuidelinesSubscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Storylast_img read more

first_img The sorority has programs designed to build self-esteem, promote college readiness and encourage community service.“Each year, we award two scholarships to local students at our Red Hat Scholarship Brunch in April,” Jones said. “We are involved in voter registration and voter education.” Pike County Sheriff’s Office offering community child ID kits You Might Like Troy falls to No. 13 Clemson Plans underway for historic Pike County celebration Remember America’s heroes on Memorial Day Photo/Jaine Treadwell Pictured, from left, Leah Brundidge, Mary A. Felton, L. Jean Kennedy, Buffie Williams, Ramadanah Jones and Catherine Jordan, center director. The Troy Alumnae Chapter Delta Sigma Theta Sorority was chartered in April 2004 and is celebrating the 15th anniversary of its founding in Alabama’s bicentennial year.“Our Troy Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority is dedicated to scholarly service and sisterhood,” Jones said. The chapter is involved with youth in the Troy community through mentoring programs for ages 11 through 18 including Delta GEMS, which is for young ladies that are are committed to “Growing and Empowering Myself Successfully.” By The Penny Hoarder Jones said the Troy Alumnae Chapter appreciated the opportunity to be involved with the Colley Senior Complex, as senior adults continue to have a huge impact on the community through their involvement and service.Catherine Jordan, Colley Senior Complex director, expressed appreciation to the sorority members for their support of the senior center and the many participants who will benefit from their generosity. The Penny Hoarder Issues “Urgent” Alert: 6 Companies… Skip The Troy Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority visited the Colley Senior Complex Wednesday to show the members’ support of the participating senior adults and to express their appreciation for their continuing efforts to maintain healthy minds and bodies. They also presented gift items to the seniors to be used in the centers various program.“Our chapter applied for a grant that is designed to empower senior adults as they work to maintain healthy minds and bodies,” said Ramadanah Jones, chapter president. “The grant was for $500 and we dedicated the funds to the purchase of exercise videos to encourage physical activity and also puzzles and adult coloring books that are activities for mental alertness. We also wanted to include something for spiritual well-being so we have large-print Bibles and the Bible on CDs.”Jones said Delta Sigma Theta Sorority was founded on January 13, 1913 by 22 collegiate women at Howard University to promote academic excellence and provide assistance to those in need. By Jaine Treadwell Sponsored Content Email the author NOT A STRETCH: Sorority donates to Colley Complex Book Nook to reopen Published 7:02 pm Wednesday, March 13, 2019 Around the WebMd: Do This Immediately if You Have Diabetes (Watch)Blood Sugar BlasterIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier LivingHave an Enlarged Prostate? Urologist Reveals: Do This Immediately (Watch)Healthier LivingWomen Only: Stretch This Muscle to Stop Bladder Leakage (Watch)Healthier LivingRemoving Moles & Skin Tags Has Never Been This EasyEssential HealthGet Fortnite SkinsTCGThe content you see here is paid for by the advertiser or content provider whose link you click on, and is recommended to you by Revcontent. As the leading platform for native advertising and content recommendation, Revcontent uses interest based targeting to select content that we think will be of particular interest to you. We encourage you to view your opt out options in Revcontent’s Privacy PolicyWant your content to appear on sites like this?Increase Your Engagement Now!Want to report this publisher’s content as misinformation?Submit a ReportGot it, thanks!Remove Content Link?Please choose a reason below:Fake NewsMisleadingNot InterestedOffensiveRepetitiveSubmitCancel Eye on the prize: Trojans begin conference tournament against rival Jaguars It’s been two years since Troy took home their second consecutive Sun Belt Tournament championship. With the tournament now under… read more Print Article Latest Storieslast_img read more

first_imgPost-competition support to implement the innovative ideas It’s official. It’s been a year since the creation of Dell Technologies. Last week, we celebrated our official anniversary on September 7th. This week, we’re celebrating together as a giant global team. In that spirit, several Dell team members have offered up their take on the last 365 days of change and transformation–read them below and keep checking back in for new stories!Mike Scully, Sr. Advisor Project/Program Mgmt – IT,DellThis past year was like a career theme park ride, nothing short of amazing! I celebrated my fifth anniversary with the company, the first time I reached that milestone with any company in my career. While it was five years, this last year the company was being reinvented daily, which meant so many twists and turns, changes, highs and lows. While “Day One” launch day was such a fun celebration and coming together of two very different companies, the journey of integrating and merging teams and departments is what has brought the most excitement. I made an early choice to embrace the change, take on the challenges and be very intentional about remaining positive.Instead of remaining in a safe or comfortable space or being protective of what I knew at the time, I ran full force into the changes that were happening. I used self-teaching tools like our intranet so I could collaborate better with my new colleagues, found new and innovative ways to improve project communications, championed the changes happening and helped others navigate those challenges. I was one of the first on the Legacy EMC side to receive a “Value Champion” award in the new company; but I didn’t stop there, I pushed into joining the actual Dell Champions program, helping others learn and harness the excitement of being part of Team Dell. And finally I decided to do my own “go big” and jumped in with both feet and took on a brand new role with a team that was entirely Legacy Dell, joining the Global Portfolio Management Office, which is part of IT in the office of the CIO. This was not only my biggest challenge but also a great example of how I won big! I have greatly enjoyed joining this new team. This first year as a new combined company has been a tremendously exciting ride and I cant wait to see where we go next because at Dell we are making anything possible!Mike Cote, President and CEO, SecureworksThis was an exciting year for Secureworks. Just a few months after becoming a publicly traded company, we joined the Dell Technologies family of companies with its formation in September 2016.For more than 17 years, Secureworks has focused exclusively on helping organizations navigate security challenges and mitigate risk when adopting new technologies. Our aim is to build relationships, and earn the trust and confidence of our clients while we ensure they have the right security protections, visibility and expertise at their disposal.The collection of capabilities within Dell Technologies offers tremendous opportunity, and with that comes an equally significant obligation to help protect our clients and ensure that security is a top priority in all we do. We can be certain that threat actors also recognize the expanding attack surface with the “Internet of Things,” and security will remain a top challenge businesses face as they adopt cloud and implement strategies for digital transformation.Secureworks’ platform architecture is vendor-neutral and today we monitor and process security events for clients with RSA and VMware security devices. We look forward to further collaboration across the Dell Technologies family to bring the best, integrated solutions to our customers.  We are convinced that the leading and complementary security capabilities within VMware, RSA and Secureworks provide unmatched solutions for our clients.Happy first anniversary Dell Technologies!I am excited about our future and look forward to celebrating our second year together.Jennifer Gruninger, Sr. Advisor, Marketing Technology, DellMy highlight of the past year was when our Employee Resource Group (ERG) GenNext/GenNext North America in partnership with Dell’s internal Marketing University and the Graduate Engagement Program hosted an event (pictured here) in Round Rock, Texas, called “Creating a Path to Professional Success” featuring speakers Jennifer Saavedra and Anne Grady with more than 110 team members in attendance.Gilles Philippe, Canadian Marketing Manager, Channels, DellAs they say, everything is connected and you have to love it when a plan comes together.Two large companies consolidating invariably resulted in change to the account coverage of our customers. Change in account coverage is generally not desirable. During this period of change our valued channel partners, not only continued with consistent account coverage to customers, they now represent an extensive portfolio from both Dell and EMC. Many said it couldn’t be done. Putting together two large channel programs, with the best elements of both, in just a few short months. Not only was it launched globally, the first half of our fiscal year was a resounding success in NPS, eNPS, marketshare and financial results (our four key measurements). It reminds me of a duck paddling on water – smooth up top, lots of action below the surface. Not without issues, but always moving forward. It’s been an extraordinary year working and winning together. Look how far we’ve come. Now buckle up, because we just got started.Rodrigo Gazzaneo, Executive Briefing Center Director, Silicon Valley, DellIt was finally “Day One” then. September 7 is a national holiday in Brazil, so we took some rest to see what was coming. We had just delivered a great customer program at the Rio 2016 Olympics, but it was full of disclaimers because of the upcoming date. I had been with the company for 16 years and we had tremendous success with the Dell and EMC past alliance around CLARiiON family years ago. This time we were looking forward to meeting old colleagues again and getting to know new people.Our office in Rio was selected one of the venues for the global “Dell-ebration” day on September 14. We had a big party with Brazilian-style barbecue (the real churrasco!) and I remember I was lucky to win one of the social media prizes during the day.Fast forward one year and a lot has changed. I am getting ready for our Dell-ebration again, but this time it will be in Santa Clara, California. We will be opening our new Customer Solutions and Executive Briefing Center on September 12 and I couldn’t be more excited.The new Center is located in the in heart of Silicon Valley, taking advantage of the huge innovation ecosystem. Besides the Customer Solutions and Executive Briefing Center, we will share the building with the Dell Internet of Things (IoT) Innovation Lab and Dell Networking engineering. Moreover, the Silicon Valley is home to VMware and Pivotal, two of the most strategic members of the Dell Technologies family. Here, we will be able to help our customers and partners realize their potential by successfully overcoming their challenges with the four transformations.Dell Technologies is the biggest startup of world. Only one year old and so much to accomplish, so many opportunities, so much we can execute in the spirit of “better together” and “going big to win big.”Adolfo Escalante, Client Tech Support Specialist, DellI am proud to be coordinating the Emergency Brigade for Dell Costa Rica (pictured left), and in the past year we have been improving, getting people trained at the National Fire Department Academy on how to control Fire and medical incidents. We have built a better communication channel so we can provide a better service to the site. We have collaborated to get the site re-certified in the recent International Organization for Standardization (ISO) audit, and we keep on pushing to get better every day, especially now that we are moving to a new building. The sky is the limit!Mohammed Hammad, Sr. Analyst, Business Operations, DellThe official beginning of Dell Technologies was a moment of pride for me that my company was elevated from being a PC manufacturer to stand strong in today’s global market as the world’s second-largest tech company.I started preparing myself for more responsibility from day one of the announcement as I realized the enormous opportunity ahead for us and our customers. The bigger vision of Dell Technologies that has brought in a wave of optimism amongst our team members globally–we see more opportunities for career growth and advancement.As I started working towards my next role in Dell Technologies and found myself a mentor, I upskilled myself by meeting people from different organizations within the company, trying to understand their new idea of success with Dell Technologies.Now I am complete part of Dell Technologies, where I feel proud of what I do, I play a vital role in our organization. I support our business tools to ensure there is no interruption in business so that our employees give their best service to our valued customers and thus I align my goal with my org and so with Michael and team.I strongly echo Michael Dell’s idea of being an entrepreneur. In my role I consider my area of work as my own business. I am passionate and committed to give my 100 percent in collective success of organization to grow and thrive. My next goal? Coffee with Michael, soon!Giacomo Ravo, Sr Advisor, Supply Chain, DellMy highlight moment of the first year at Dell Technologies was the GameChangers global innovation competition.In June Justin Cammack and I, along with the GenNext Biz Dev core team, hosted the final event for the GameChangers global innovation competition at Dell. This year we had more than 650 global participants and successfully integrated Dell and EMC employee resource groups (ERGs). Three of the finalist teams came from Legacy EMC teams. Three came from Russia (winning team), one from Israel, North Carolina, and Central Texas and had the opportunity to present their ideas to our leaders. The leadership team at Dell, encouraged by Michael Dell, is very supportive to Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) and helped us put together a great event.The judges at the final event were: Chief Commercial Officer Marius Haas, Chief Customer Officer Karen Quintos, Senior Vice President of Global Talent Acquisition Marie Moynihan, and Vice President of Product Strategy and Innovation Neil Hand.Along with the competition, we created more valuable opportunities for participants: University classes on Design Thinking, Marketing, Finance, and Presentation Skills Vandana Bellur, Sr. Advisor, Project/Program Management, DellThis past year has been memorable for me on so many fronts! I can recall the excitement of Bangalore being one of the sites to have the live employee celebrations and that I got to be one of the live bloggers of the event! With my awesome photographers Badarinath R and Raghu V, we captured some amazing photos!Work wise, I got promoted and moved into a new team in April! Yay! From the Employer Branding team in Talent Acquisition to moving into the Business as a University Relations program manager for Bobbi Dangerfield’s org, the journey has been great. I managed the summer internship at Bangalore and was delighted to hear such great feedback on the program from the interns. I am really proud of the best-in-class programs we have which not only fulfills their academic requirement but also helps them in overall career development.From on-boarding, networking sessions, executive leader talks, and even participating in a Legacy of Good activity, these interns truly got to experience our winning culture.Looking forward to many more exciting things at Dell! Mentoring by category sponsors and Network of Influencers (this is a group of Directors from several organizations that have supported us throughout the competition) Networking and collaboration across organizations It’s always inspiring to see the level of engagement at every level of the company during the competition. Several research reports show that employees involved in ERGs have higher level of engagement with the companies they work for and higher Net Promoter Score (NPS) than average. It is exciting to contribute positively to the internal NPS and create great opportunities for our team members.Thanks to all organizing team members: Francesco Tuzzolino, Natomi Blair, Pradeep Venkataraman, Marina Martinez, Lionel Shiwala, Adrian Ionescu, Phillip S. Rasy, and Maria Chronis.Lupita Garcia Esquivel, Sr Advisor Management Services Consultant, RHR, DellWow, it has been a year already? Time went fast! But I probably felt it this way, because I have been enjoying every piece of it, and when this happens, you don’t realize that a year has already passed by. During this last year, many wonderful things have happened. First, I was invited to join a new team, Management Services, which is part of the Regional Human Resources organization. At the beginning I admit, I had some uncertainty asking myself, who will my leader be, who will my peers be and if we would get along well with them, what was the new role going to look like, would I like it, etc.I was overthinking it until I stopped myself and decided to embrace the change, see the bright side and be part of this transformation that was making history. I changed my thoughts, left my fears and said to myself, wow! New team? I get the opportunity to have a broader network. New leader? I get the opportunity to see other perspectives of guidance, more lessons to come, more new opportunities, more knowledge and so on. I decided to be part of this change, to be a role model, so I started making the first moves and reached out to my peers, setting one-on-one meetings, asking how could I help them, or just offering my support if anything was needed. I have to say, that I was surprised with the quick turnaround and the supportive, fun, creative team we have become into today, and the great leader who has guided us along this way.I am so happy to have been part of this integration, and now to be called the second-largest IT company in the industry. This is huge! It fills me with pride and inspiration, and encourages me to continue “Going Big and Winning Big” every day at what I do. We have made quite a journey in our new role as Management Services, focusing in the moments that matter for our leaders, providing consultation and helping them continue enhancing their skills by positively impacting their teams. And believe me, being able to do this is why I love what I do, to have the opportunity to positively influence others is how we continue to win constantly. Helping others to grow and thrive is how we live our Culture Code (see video below), because we say what we do, and not only for our customers externally, but for our leaders and team members who day to day excel at what they do. They are our brand internally and externally. They keep this company moving. They put on the T-shirt and make things happen, to become the company we are today, and continue having the power to do more! Thank you Dell Technologies for this fantastic year, I am ready and excited for the future! Are you?David Goulden, President, Dell EMCIt’s remarkable to reflect on the last year, and just how much we have accomplished coming together as one company – Dell Technologies – and what we’ve made possible for our customers as Dell EMC. The depth and breadth of our portfolio is unmatched, with a set of solutions and services that are proving to be critical in our customers’ journey to Digital Transformation through IT Transformation.  Bringing together seven companies into one powerful organization that is #1 in just about every market play is simply incredible.  We should all take a moment to reflect on that fact alone – and be proud.And yet, despite these milestones, in some ways it feels like we’re just beginning.  We have an even bigger opportunity ahead as we continue to accelerate innovation that not only transforms our customers’ IT infrastructure, but transforms our own business and enables the realization of our own vision to drive human progress through technology.I’ve also been incredibly inspired by the talent and teamwork born from the combination of our organizations.  We’ll continue to embrace the ingenuity, drive and leadership that defines our Culture Code, and is at the core of our commitment to deliver the world’s highest-quality IT infrastructure portfolio backed an exceptional customer experience at every touchpoint – from product to sales, supply chain and services.Alexandre Xavier, IT Product Owner, DellOn August of 2016 the Dell Vocal Group started its rehearsals and now, almost together with Dell Technologies, we are also commemorating our one year too!  Then, it was a wonderful year for us since we were able to consolidate the idea of having such group at Dell and as part of the team work, we were able to be known by our colleagues and leadership, delivering good musical moments to the Eldorado do Sul site, in Brazil.The group started by initiative of some IT folks in Brazil, Alexandre Passos, Alexandre Xavier and Renata Milani that started to discuss their passion by music, more specifically by Choral music in which most of them had some experience already, and from these small talks, we put together the project and started to look for the company support.With that idea in mind so, that group of people started to work to make it happen. The first step was to submit the idea to the CIO People group, a group within the Dell IT organization responsible to apply the company people strategy in IT that didn’t hesitate to support the idea. After that, they started by sharing their wish with others to see how many people would have the same interest, applying a survey to all Brazil IT folks and discussing with the site leadership about the advantages of this kind of group in companies, sharing benefits, investment needs, logistics needs, etc.Around August of 2016, the Dell Vocal Group received the approval to go ahead from the site leadership (Giovanna Muller and Gabriela Stangl were essential to make it happen). So, the group hired a choral conductor, booked a room and had our first rehearsal with around 10 people. After some discussions, with a balance from many and different music styles, the first songs were chosen.The work done so far is proving the alignment of this kind of initiative with Dell’s values of “Winning Together,” when a team get together towards to a goal and make it happen, “Innovation,” when disrupting the daily technical IT activities to stop by one hour and sing, “Results,” when establishing a goal, training and executing with good results and even “Integrity,” when working with people from different teams with respect, sense of team and proud to show the others the result of a work.The group nowadays is divided in four voices, Soprano, Contralto, Tenor and Bass. The current composition is:Sopranos: Irene Pitrofski (Bea), Marcela Bairros, Lai Chin (Christina Lai), Paula Fleck, Juliana PereiraContraltos: Renata Milani, Liliana Prieto Diaz, Mary Parissi, Caroline Silveira, Silvia Oliveira, Laura Mattos Flach, Maria SouzaTenors: Alan Cafruni Gularte, Mauricio Costa, Lucas Timm Florao, Igor Kimieciki, Joao Flach Da Silva, Marcelo Schiling, Marcelo SalcedoBasses: Alexandre Xavier, Jose  Escobar, Andre Queiroz, Eduardo Scriccolast_img read more