The Prime Minister said that his party is to form a broad alliance to protect democracy and it is only through a democratic environment in which the voice of the people is considered and the rights of the people are protected. “And also, we will have discussions with the Tamil National Alliance and Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna to bring about a political solution in which all citizens can live in harmony in a unitary state,” he said. Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe says abolishing the executive Presidency and bringing about a political solution will be part of the main issues the new Government will focus on.In a special statement after being appointed as Prime Minister, Wickremesinghe said that discussions are ongoing with a number of political parties in respect to abolishing the executive Presidency. He also urged all sides to forget all differences and join hands with him in the broad alliance, for the sake of the motherland, democracy, rights of the people and to bring about a free country for the unborn generation. (Colombo Gazette)Click here for full statement
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Trade In Your Nintendo Switch For a Better Battery (With a Catch)Controller Patent Teases SNES Games on Switch Stay on target The rumors were true. The Nintendo Switch is becoming a VR headset. Only instead of hooking up to a powerful PC to deliver cutting-edge virtual reality visuals, the Switch’s take on VR comes in the form of a new Nintendo Labo cardboard toy. This newly announced kit slots the Switch tablet into a headset you build yourself. The goggles then attach to five different new Toy-Con accessories: a blaster, an elephant, a camera, a bird, and a wind pedal. We love the emphasis on kids staring inside animals.Our initial concerns about Labo VR still remain. How will these games even look on such a low-res screen? But Nintendo pitching their VR as a simple Labo kit and not the Next Big Thing sets the right expectations. The kit comes with a screen holder and safety cap but we hope there’s an easy way to keep your eyes clean, too.Nintendo Labo VR Kit launches April 12, just in time for Labo’s first anniversary. You can either buy the $40 Starter Set and Blaster alongside two $20 expansions or just get it all in one $80 package.AdChoices广告Last week’s Nintendo Direct gave us plenty of reasons to be happy Nintendo Switch owners in 2019 with games like Super Mario Maker 2, The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening remake, and the only good battle royale game Tetris 99. But 2019 has just started and there are definitely still Switch secrets left to be revealed, especially as Nintendo prepares for the upcoming battle against the next generation of PlayStation and Xbox hardware.And rumors are suggesting that one of the big 2019 Switch reveals could be some kind of accessory that turns the console/handheld hybrid into a full-on virtual reality headset.If you know your gaming history, the idea of another Nintendo virtual reality headset should shock you. After all, the launch and death of the Virtual Boy in 1995 is still probably Nintendo’s greatest failure. Even the 3DS had to convince people its display tech wouldn’t give them huge headaches like that red-and-black monstrosity.But that was then and this is now, a time when VR gaming headsets are basically an established thing. The question is how would the technology work on Switch specifically, a platform less powerful than the PlayStation 4 let alone the hefty gaming PCs that the HTC Vive takes advantage of.According the rumor, coming from famous Nintendo gossiper Emily Rogers, you would slot the tablet itself into a headset as the display. If this is a Nintendo Labo kit, you may even be building that headset yourself. That sounds pretty cool! In 2017 a modder turned his Switch into a headset using basically the same idea. But now you could get official VR support for Nintendo games.And beyond just being an intuitive idea, there have been enough hints of Switch VR throughout the years to make us believe this is the real deal. Executives have alluded to it. Patents have described it. Jailbroken operating systems contain references to it. The Switch’s 720p screen is relatively blurry for VR, but if phones inside cardboard can pull this off so can the Switch. Maybe this is also why a smaller Switch with higher pixel density is on the way.A Switch VR reveal would be a pretty exciting E3 announcement. Maybe pair it with the new Pokemon games to give you a Pokemon Go experience without leaving the home. If you’re looking for some Switch games to play right now in regular reality though we’ve got a nice list right here.
Summer Budget 2015: Chancellor George Osborne has announced that the government is to consult on a reformation of pensions tax relief.It will publish a green paper shortly setting out the various options, which range from fundamental reforms, for example moving to a system which is tax exempt like individual savings accounts (Isas), to less radical changes, such as retaining the current system and altering the lifetime and annual allowances.Osborne (pictured) said: “Britain isn’t saving enough. I am open to further radical change. Pensions could be treated like Isas: you pay in from taxed income, and it is tax free when taken out, and inbetween it receives a top up by the government.”Joanne Segars, chief executive of the National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF), said: “Today’s announcement of a wider review of pensions tax is welcome news.”We are pleased the government has wisely chosen not to rush into any new wider reforms or jump to conclusions about what will work best as a reform, such as taxing pensions in the same way as Isas. This will be an important step and we will work with the government to secure a clear understanding of the long-term implications of any decisions.“Experience shows us that long-term success in pension policy is built on a shared understanding of a problem, a shared building of the policy solution and a shared responsibility for delivering that solution. For this review to succeed, it must look at taxation of pensions in the bigger picture of what genuinely incentivises people to save consistently over the long-term for their retirement.”Malcolm McLean, senior consultant at Barnett Waddingham, added: “Bringing pensions and Isas together under the same tax regime would be a major change and all the ramifications need to be carefully thought through.”As always with pensions, which are a long-term savings vehicle, the change over from one system to another would require some fairly complex transitional arrangements to be put in force to smooth the operation going forward. It is good that the government is consulting on all of this and not making the mistake it made with the pension freedoms which were brought in hastily and without full consideration of all the issues that could arise. “Overall this has been yet another eventful Budget from the Chancellor, albeit with major and radical decisions still to be taken over the coming year. It looks very much like pensions will continue to be big news over the next few years.”