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1,000 payable immediately. Pre booking users are entitled to free USB Type C wired earphones and an Amazon Pay cashback of Rs. 500.. “This is a starting point.”One that will see employees throughout the league, both on the field and in the offices, undergo mandatory annual training, while a blanketing CFL wide policy will impose sanctions meant to send a clear signal to perpetrators, ranging from fines and suspensions all the way up to a lifetime ban.But even more important may be the door that has now been opened to provide support to affected women and families.As such, CFL commissioner Jeffrey Orridge said he expects an increase in the number of reported cases of abuse whether domestic, sexual or verbal as well as the underlying attitudes that foster violence.”They’re encouraged to do it and certainly they have an outlet to do it,” Orridge said. “Anybody who is involved as an employee with the CFL, whether it’s a coach, an official, a player, a member of the staff or the executive team, we’re all held to the same standards now.”We’re raising awareness, we’re educating people and we’re also providing assistance to those who have been subjected to violence,”But the commissioner wouldn’t go as far as to say how potential future signings of players with a history of violence will be impacted by the policy.”The idea, because we’re making a statement and because we’re very public about it and because we have a definite position about it, I think in a lot of ways this may be hopefully a deterrent to other behaviours that have happened,” he said. “And, certainly, we don’t want those behaviours to be perpetuated..
The initial promise of virtual reality technology centered largely around entertainment, adding a new dimension to movies or video games and creating a diversion from the everyday. But projects launched by news outlets and nongovernmental organizations in recent years have demonstrated the technology’s potential to tell real life stories in more compelling ways. Now, nonprofit organizations are taking that a step further and using virtual reality to build awareness and solicit donations..