TORONTO FRINGE FESTIVAL 2017

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Three candidates in Delhi do not have college degrees

first_imgNEW DELHI: Among the candidates contesting for Lok Sabha polls in Delhi, three dont have college degrees– two are BJP candidates Gautam Gambhir and Hans Raj Hans while third is Congress candidate Mahabal Mishra who has a Pre-University Certifiacte (PUC).While AAP candidate from North-West (Reserved) Parliamenatry Constituency Gugan Singh is class 8 pass.The May 12 Lok Sabha polls in the national capital will involve a contest between Delhi’s ruling Aam Aadmi Party, the Congress party and the Bharatiya Janata Party which won all the seven seats in 2014. Five of them are re-contesting this year. Also Read – CM urges Delhiites to help accident victimsFormer cricketer Gambhir, in his nomination affidavit, has said that his “degree (was) not completed”. The 37-year-old is contesting in East Delhi against the AAP’s Atishi, 37, who holds a Master of Science (2006) degree from Oxford University. The Congress has named 50-year-old Arvinder Singh Lovely, a B.A. Political Science graduate from Delhi University. Hans Raj Hans, a matric pass (1978), is contesting from the North West Delhi seat. He will face the AAP’s Class 8 pass 70-year-old Gugan Singh. The Congress has named 53-year-old M.Sc. holder Rajesh Lilothia from the seat. Also Read – Kejriwal seeks Transport Dept’s views on odd-even exemptionFor the West Delhi seat, the Congress has named 65-year-old Mahabal Mishra, with a pre-university certificate (Intermediate course) from Bihar. Mishra will face 41-year-old Parvesh Sahib Singh, a MBA holder, and the AAP’s 47-year-old Balbir Singh Jakhar, with a L.L.B degree. In the remaining four seats, the fight is between degree holders. In the Chandini Chowk parliamentary seat, BJP’s 64-year-old sitting MP Harsh Vardhan — a medical graduate from Ganesh Shankar Vidyarthi Memorial Medical College, Kanpur, and a Master of Surgery in Otorhinolaryngology (1983) — is contesting against the AAP’s 52-year-old Pankaj Gupta, a Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics (1987) from Allahabad. The Congress has fielded 74-year-old J.P. Agarwal, holding a degree in Bachelor of Arts (1960) from Delhi University’s Hansraj College. North East Delhi will see a contest between three master degree holders. AAP’s 38-year-old Dilip Pandey, holding a Master of Computer Application degree (2005) from Bhopal, is facing three-time Delhi Chief Minister and Congress leader Sheila Dikshit. The 81-year-old completed her post graduation in history from Delhi University in 1959.last_img read more

General Assembly President meets with senior Government officials in Austria

Joseph Deiss met with President Heinz Fischer, European and International Affairs Minister Michael Spindelegger, the spokespersons of the country’s major political parties and Barbara Prammer, President of the National Council of Austria, according to information released by his office.The officials discussed Security Council reform, the recent unrest in Libya and Syria, the concept of a responsibility to protect civilians and disarmament. They also discussed Austria’s candidature for the Human Rights Council, cooperation between the United Nations and the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) and Mr. Deiss’ priorities during the current term of the 192-member General Assembly.Mr. Deiss, who gave an address on global governance to the Foreign Policy and UN Association of Austria during his visit to the Central European country, also thanked Austrian authorities for their strong support of the UN. Vienna has long been home to a large UN presence, and the Assembly President met with officials from the UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), the UN Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization (CTBTO). 28 April 2011The ongoing tensions in North Africa and the Middle East and the continuing debate over Security Council reform topped the agenda during a two-day visit by the General Assembly President to Austria, which wrapped up today. read more

Accountants probing defunct QuadrigaCX crypto exchange want case moved from Halifax to

Affected users have until Aug. 31 to file a claim.Quadriga was registered as a business in British Columbia, but it had no real ties to the province, as the company had no offices and no employees.Meanwhile, Ernst and Young confirmed it is talking to lawyers representing Cotten’s widow, Jennifer Robertson, regarding the sale of personal assets that were purchased with Quadriga funds.“Some assets have been monetized to date,” the report says, though no details were offered. Earlier this year, the court issued a so-called asset preservation order to prevent Robertson from selling about $12 million in assets belonging to her or Cotten’s estate.Those assets include properties in Nova Scotia and British Columbia, a small aircraft, “luxury vehicles,” a sailboat, investments, cash and gold and silver coins. HALIFAX — The accounting firm investigating the multimillion-dollar implosion of the QuadrigaCX cryptocurrency exchange wants to move the ongoing bankruptcy proceedings from Halifax to Toronto, saying the case is now focused on people and assets in Ontario.Ernst and Young, in a court document filed earlier this week, has asked a Nova Scotia Supreme Court judge for the change in jurisdiction.The financial services company says the recent involvement of several law enforcement agencies and regulators has added to the complexity of a case that will require multiple court appearances in Toronto.“As the majority of the professionals are located in Ontario, there would be significant cost savings to transferring the proceedings to Ontario,” says the company, which is acting as QuadrigaCX’s bankruptcy trustee. “There are very few remaining ties to Nova Scotia at this time.” Bitcoin is surging. Could smaller rivals be due for rallies, too? Trade tensions and a weaker yuan drive Chinese crypto demand, market players say Bitcoin jumps closer to $9,000 — but some warn the rally is running too hot Both the FBI and the RCMP have confirmed they are investigating the downfall of QuadrigaCX, which was one of Canada’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges when it collapsed in January.“The trustee is aware of at least four independent active law enforcement or regulatory reviews in progress, which have included inquiries or, in some cases, formal requests for documents and/or data disclosure,” the document says.“The trustee has received a formal request for documents and data from the RCMP financial crime division in Milton, Ont. … The RCMP has stressed the importance of dealing with the requests and any court proceedings … on an expeditious basis.”As for the QuadrigaCX users who lost money, 39 per cent were based in Ontario, 19 per cent were in British Columbia and 14 per cent were in Quebec. Only 1.4 per cent lived in Nova Scotia.Quadriga Fintech Solutions, the parent company of QuadrigaCX, was granted protection from its creditors on Feb. 5. It entered bankruptcy proceedings on April 15.The transfer request, which has the support of QuadrigaCX’s affected users, comes less than two months after Ernst and Young accused the company’s late founder, Gerald Cotten, of creating fake trades and transferring customer funds into his personal accounts.Ernst and Young has also alleged Cotten transferred “significant volumes” of his customers’ cryptocurrency into other exchanges, where it was used as security for margin trading.Cotten, who ran the exchange from his home outside of Halifax, died suddenly in December while travelling in India. As the company’s CEO and sole director, he was the only one who had access to the so-called cold wallets that were supposed to hold his customers’ cryptocurrency.More than 76,000 unsecured creditors, virtually all of them QuadrigaCX clients, have come forward to claim they are owed $214.6 million — $74.1 million in cash and $140.5 million in cryptocurrency.Ernst and Young says it has recovered more than $30 million, virtually all of it in cash.There are very few remaining ties to Nova Scotia at this time read more

New modern languages journal online

A new issue of Voix Plurielles, a peer-reviewed journal housed at Brock, is now online.Voix Plurielles is the online journal of the Association of Professors of French at Canadian Universities and Colleges (APFUCC, Association des Professeur-e-s de Français des Universités et Collèges Canadiens). It is edited by Catherine Parayre, an assistant professor in the Department of Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures. Parayre took over editorship of the journal last year, and with the help of the James A. Gibson Library, it is already becoming a well-respected peer reviewed scholarly journal.The new issue (7.2) is at brocku.ca/brockreview/index.php/voixplurielles

World needs paradigm shift towards sustainable agriculture UN agency urges

Speaking at the opening of the 24th session of the Committee on Agriculture (COAG) in Rome, Director-General José Graziano da Silva called for a “paradigm shift” in global attitudes on agriculture, adding that only by decreasing the amounts of “inputs,” such as water and chemicals, could the sector move towards a more sustainable and productive long-term path. “We cannot rely on an input-intensive model to increase production,” Mr. Graziano da Silva declared. “The solutions of the past have shown their limits.” Pointing to options such as agro-ecology, climate-smart agriculture, biotechnology and the use of genetically modified organisms, the Director-General emphasized that global food production would need to grow by 60 per cent by 2050 in order to meet the expected demand from an anticipated world population of nine billion. “We need to explore these alternatives using an inclusive approach based on science and evidence, not on ideologies,” he continued. Established in 1971 and with over 100 members within its ranks, the COAG’s biennial meeting is currently addressing a wide range of issues, including family farming, sustainable agriculture, food safety, water governance, soil management and agricultural heritage systems.Addressing the Committee in his keynote speech, the President of the Dominican Republic, Danilo Medina, underscored his Government’s support of the principle that food be considered a universal right and noted that his country was on the verge of passing a law establishing said right. read more

Dwight Howard Has Transformed The Hawks

20141.840.62 Source: nba.com Dwight Howard is making faster decisions For years, the Atlanta Hawks have had two guiding philosophies. Under coach Mike Budenholzer, the club has prioritized moving the ball in an uptempo offense, fashioning every player into a jump-shooting threat. On defense, Atlanta thrived thanks to the unusual frontcourt mobility of Paul Millsap and Al Horford. While neither was a traditional rim protector, the team used an array of hedges and switches to slow down pick-and-rolls and limit drives to the basket.With that in mind, things were bound to get interesting one way or another this season. Horford bolted for the Celtics over the summer, taking with him the unique passing and mobility he provides at the center position. He was replaced by Dwight Howard, who is a totally different player from a stylistic standpoint even if he’s a surefire Hall of Famer. The Hawks, who for years lived on ball movement and swiftness, seem to be replacing those virtues with brute strength.The swap — along with promoting point guard Dennis Schröder to a starting role after dealing away former All-Star Jeff Teague — has brought about some encouraging signs for the 8-2 Hawks, who probably needed a bit of a shake-up despite their relative success in recent years. Howard’s replacing Horford doesn’t necessarily make the Hawks more of a contender, but the move at least allows them to try a different look, both offensively and defensively, in hopes of finding a way forward.Howard on the boardsThe clearest difference from last season is the team’s overnight transformation into an offensive-rebounding powerhouse.The Hawks from previous years — much like the Spurs model that Budenholzer borrowed from his time as an assistant in San Antonio — didn’t concern themselves with offensive rebounding, instead preferring to space the court and simply retreat back on defense following a miss.As such, Atlanta ranked dead last in offensive-rebound rate in 2015. This year’s team, by contrast, is tied for the NBA’s fourth-best offensive-rebounding rate. The Hawks, who had ranked in the NBA’s bottom five in second-chance points in each of the previous three seasons, are currently ninth in second-chance points per game. Howard has everything to do with that. His personal numbers look good — he’s averaging 14.8 points, 12.3 rebounds and 1.7 blocks per game, with eight double-doubles in 10 games — but his effect on Atlanta’s overall numbers appear to be even better. The club’s 31.1 percent offensive-rebound percentage with him on the court this season would be tied for the highest in the league, alongside the Chicago Bulls. The team’s offensive-rebound rate falls to a below-league average rate of 22.2 percent when Howard is on the sideline.Between those easy putbacks, and Howard’s pick-and-roll feeds from Schröder, Atlanta is shooting nearly 67 percent at the rim — up from just over 60 percent last year — second only to the Golden State Warriors so far. (Note the proximity that NBA.com uses for its at-the-rim stats differs slightly from the one the site uses in its shot charts, embedded below, but the trend holds true in both.) Howard, taking more than 80 percent of his shots from there (and also connecting on about 67 percent of those attempts), is fundamentally changing the way the team’s shot chart looks in the process.Howard on the blockBefore Tuesday’s quad injury, Howard was enjoying a bit of a renaissance after three frustrating seasons in Houston, where he felt underutilized and in the shadow of James Harden. Aside from cleaning the glass for easy putbacks, he was jelling with Schröder in pick-and-roll scenarios, regularly catching lobs from his new point guard, who appears to be making a concerted effort to keep him involved. And defenses, as much as they’d like to flood the paint to prevent Howard from getting easy baskets, have been reluctant to help too much in that part of the floor. Usual suspects such as sharpshooter Kyle Korver, along with Kent Bazemore and Millsap, are all threats to connect from outside if left open as a result of overhelping.With the Rockets, Howard’s offensive involvement wavered from time to time. Consider the fact that Howard received 6.7 passes per game from Harden during his first year there, before getting just 2.2 passes from him in 2014 and 4.5 passes from the Rockets star in 2015. Schröder, in Atlanta’s equal-opportunity system, is finding Howard more than eight times a night, according to SportVU tracking.Perhaps because of those frequent opportunities — and the fact that he’s no longer wondering if or when he’ll touch the ball, the way he sometimes did in Houston — Howard’s possessing the rock for shorter amounts of time as opposed to slowing his team’s offense to back down an opponent and force up an ugly hook shot, merely to create a scoring chance for himself. 20151.590.50 20161.390.45 20131.820.70 Because Schröder’s passes have generally left him with nothing to do but lay the ball in, particularly against lesser opponents such as the Sixers, Howard’s average time of possession per touch is down nearly 16 percent from last season and has decreased more than 27 percent from two seasons ago. Additionally, his dribbles per touch are down 10 percent and 27 percent, respectively, from last year and two years ago, according to SportVU.Can it last?Yet for all that, it’s fair to wonder how much of Atlanta’s hot start is sustainable.Schröder, in his first year as a starter, probably won’t finish this season with a higher three-point mark (42.9 percent so far) than his overall field-goal percentage last year (42.1 percent). Howard left Tuesday night’s win with a thigh bruise, and the injury will be a problem if it persists. The team is already thin in spots, including at center, since backup big man Tiago Splitter is still recovering from a February hip surgery. And there’s also the matter of the team’s soft schedule (fifth-easiest in the NBA) to this point: The Hawks are the only team to have beaten the defending-champion Cleveland Cavaliers, but as of Wednesday afternoon, five of their eight wins had come against Philadelphia, Washington and Miami, the Eastern Conference’s three worst teams.Still, Atlanta — outscoring opponents by more than 10 points per 100 possessions — has generally dominated its competition. The Hawks are limiting opposing offenses to just over 95 points per 100 plays, second-best in the NBA, trailing only the Clippers.The defense, which has been active and has deflected more passes than any Eastern Conference team, appears to be staying home a bit more often than in years past, to allow Howard to serve as a rim protector as opposed to chasing guards all over the court. That has paid dividends: They’re limiting opponents to 52.8 percent shooting from inside five feet, outpacing last year’s impressive 55.5 percent mark.Even with all this in mind, and Howard playing well, the same question as before still faces this team: Does the team — however good it might be — realistically have enough scoring, or enough stoppers, to get the best of LeBron James and the Cavaliers?Probably not. But by changing their look, and playing more inside-out than they have in years past, there might be a little more intrigue this time around, even if the end result turns out to be the same.Check out our latest NBA predictions. YEARSECONDS PER TOUCHDRIBBLES PER TOUCH read more

CHAMPION GOES HOME Serbian girls in the semifinals

WWCH 2013 In the fantastic atmosphere in front of 16.000 fans in “Kombank Arena”, Serbia made the biggest surprise by beating Norway 28:25 (15:16).The beginning of the match was marked by the majestic Norwegian goalie Katrine Lunde. Two saves from seven-meter shoots from Lekic and Damnjanovic, as well as a series of attacks, allowed Norway to get some advantage quite rapidly, and the Serbian girls had a big problem with the realization even if the trio Lekic – Damnjanovic – Popovic functioned well. That led to the first time-out already in the 12th minute on the result 7:3 for the Scandinavian team.On the other hand, the other big problem was preventing Heidi Loke, the world’s best pivot, that used the empty space after the strong run in from their backs and increased the score. Jelena Popovic was substituted by Zivkovic, that brought some energy in the Serbian attack and after a goal of Andrea Lekic the difference was reduced from -5 to -3 (6:9) in the 19th minute. Boskovic was looking for players in a good mood, and put Nisavic on the left wing and Risovic on the goal.The defense from the young Serbian goalie is what brought the furious series of 3:0, after the time-out of Thorir Hergeirson (9:11). In order to advise his girls before the last phase of the first halftime, the coach slowed down the vendetta, Katrine Lunde. The goalie that was defending with “one hundred hands” (saved 3 seven meter shots) was starting to be predictable by the Serbian players, mostly by Sanja Damnjanovic (6 goals in the first halftime)The Norwegian team did not give up, that continued to dominate in the attack using the pivot. Loke substituted Blanco, but that was not a solution. In the 28th minute after the fight for one ball, Dragana Cvijic scored the goal for the delirium in the “Arena”(12:13). It was succeeded by a series on the other side as well, with the final goal of Sanje Damnjanovic for 15:16Katrin Lunde started the second halftime with great energy. There was nothing wrong with the Serbian attack that was fast and well organized, but the Norwegian goalie made the difference. The inefficiency in the attack effected the weaker defense that was outplayed again by Breivang and Loke. There was a Norwegian series of 4:0 to 20:15, but the first goal from Dragana Cvijic after seven minutes of the continuation, broke the barrier. There was a series of 5:0 for Serbia in nine minutes! The cold blooded Dragana Cvijic scored her first seven meters shot, and was the starting point to get back in the match to the 21:21 in the 48th minute when Hergeirson called for a minute break.Katarina Tomasevic kept on defending the Norwegian attacks. She saved a seven meter shot by Riegelhuth, followed by the first lead through Lekic, than Krpez for 23:21 in the 50th minute. Only after 12 minutes of break, Nora Mork found her way through the net of Tomasevic – 23:21. For the first time there was an advantage of +3 for Serbia, after another seven meter shot by Cvijic – 25:22 (53:52).The +4 was brought by Sanja Damnjanovic exactly six minutes before the end – 26:22. On the result 27:23 three and a half before the end. Hergeirson asked for a last time out. Sulland replied with a goal, but there was not enough strenght to overturn the result. “Kombank Arena” is on their feet, Serbia in in the semi finals!STATISTICS ← Previous Story POLISH SENSATION: France goes home! Next Story → 16.028 FANS IN “KOMBANK ARENA” – NEW WORLD RECORD! read more

6 unexpected things that happened this week

first_imgCRAZY, SANG PATSY Cline. Crazy for feeling so blue. Well, if you’re feeling blue and in the mood for something crazy, then you’re in the right place. We can make you get up to get down, cheer your spirits – and how?Through the medium of strange news stories. Get ready. Players on the Mexican World Cup team have been banned from eating delicious beef. Apparently meat has been contaminated with the performance-enhancing drug clenbuterol, which could give false positive on doping tests. What dope contaminated the meat. Eh? Eh? (Washington Post)Car thieves returned a baby that was in a vehicle they stole. The victims were just briefly unloading furniture from their SUV when the opportunistic Florida thieves swooped. They took the 10-month-old but then realised and dropped it back – keeping the car. For second, it was almost a kidnapping. Although hopefully the kid WAS napping. Get it? Zing. Oh, us. (Yahoo! Odd News)King Richard III is to be laid to rest in Leicester. The city has come out on top for the battle of the bones, which were found in 2012 underneath a car park. A group of distant relatives (presumably not the ones in Buckingam Castle, ho ho) wanted the bones up in York, a city with which he had strong ties. Three judges ruled that the government was correct in laying the king to rest in Leicester. (AP) Source: ImgurA school that institute a “pay to pee” rule has enraged parents. The school, in Washington, employs a teacher who was accused of going too far by asking students to fork over their Monopoly play money (earnt for good behaviour)  in exchange for bathroom access. Two parents complained that his led to their children wetting themselves due to not being able to afford the toilet. Does this teacher work for Ryanair? There were talks of this on planes not too long ago. (ABC News)There’s a craze in Japan for looking at hamster’s little bums. More than 40,000 copies of “hamuketsu” have been sold and the publisher of the craze has set up a Facebook page dedicated to furry hamster buns. You know what? Only God can judge you, Japan. Keep on keeping on with the hamster ass thing. (BBC News)A man who stole a bread truck went on to actually make deliveries with it. And he was only wearing his underwear. ”The bread was left somewhere. Where I don’t know,” said the New York bakery owner. “He dropped a lot of bread.” Apparently the semi-nude bread-based Robin Hood dropped the loaves at random businesses. (AP) Source: ImgurHey you! Yes, you. You! Spotted any bizarre news in your local area? Let us know on fiona@dailyedge.ie pretty please with a cherry on top. Yeow!FILL YOUR BOOTS! It’s all the previous weird news round-ups to scintillate and fascinate you>last_img read more

La première décennie du XXIe siècle a été la plus chaude depuis

first_imgLa première décennie du XXIe siècle a été la plus chaude depuis 1881Selon un rapport de l’Organisation météorologique mondiale (OMM), la première décennie du XXIe siècle a été la plus chaude depuis 1881. Cela s’est en partie traduit par la multiplication des conditions climatiques extrêmes qui ont entraîné 370.000 morts.La première décennie du XXIe siècle a été aussi chaude que meurtrière. C’est le triste bilan que vient d’établir l’Organisation météorologique mondiale, l’agence de l’ONU chargée de l’étude du temps, du climat et de l’eau. Dans un nouveau rapport, l’OMM estime en effet que cette décennie aurait causé la mort d’environ 370.000 personnes en raison de conditions climatiques extrêmes. Les victimes seraient ainsi 20% plus nombreuses qu’au cours de la période allant de 1991 à 2000. Les conditions climatiques extrêmes évoquées sont bien évidemment les catastrophes naturelles (ouragans, cyclones, inondations, sécheresse étendues et prolongées…) mais aussi les canicules (en Europe en 2003 et en Russie en 2010). Des phénomènes qui sont probablement directement à rapprocher du réchauffement climatique. Toutefois, les experts préfèrent rester prudents avant d’assurer un tel lien, estimant que la variabilité naturelle du climat pourrait également jouer. Un climat nettement réchauffé Côté températures, le rapport indique qu’”à l’exception de 2008, chacune des années de la décennie 2001-2010 compte parmi les dix plus chaudes jamais enregistrées [depuis le début des contrôles en 1881], le record étant détenu par 2010″. La température moyenne à la surface des terres et des océans pour la décennie est estimée à 14,47°C soit 0,47°C de plus comparativement à la température normale de la période 1961-1990. La hausse moyenne a été de 0,21°C par décennie.”Le climat s’est nettement réchauffé entre 1917 et 2010 et le rythme décennal d’augmentation des températures sur les périodes 1991-2000 et 2001-2010 est sans précédent”, a indiqué Michel Jarraud, le secrétaire général de l’OMM cité par l’AFP. Quant au “printemps froid que nous avons connu en Europe, il n’est pas en contradiction avec le réchauffement, mais sans doute une manifestation supplémentaire de ce réchauffement, car c’est la conséquence de la fonte des glaces de l’Arctique”, a expliqué M. Jarraud. À lire aussiDengue : symptômes, traitement, prévention, où en est-on ?Selon lui, les températures plus froides en Europe et Amérique du Nord se sont accompagnées de températures plus élevées ailleurs sur la planète. De fait, “les concentrations croissantes de gaz à effet de serre, dont la spécificité est de piéger la chaleur, sont en train de transformer notre climat, avec les bouleversements que cela suppose pour l’environnement et les océans”, a-t-il ajouté. Pour le climatologue, “les vagues de chaleur deviennent plus fréquentes et intenses sous l’effet des changements climatiques et nous devons nous y préparer”.Une montée des eaux de 3 mm par an La fonte des glaces qui accompagne ce réchauffement climatique a elle entraîné une augmentation du niveau de la mer de 3 mm par an en moyenne pendant la première décennie du XXIe siècle, soit deux fois plus que celui constaté sur tout le XXe siècle (plus 1,6 mm par an). Aujourd’hui, le niveau de la mer est ainsi supérieur de 20 cm par rapport à 1880. On attend pour ce siècle une hausse comprise entre 19 et 58 cm mais il y a fort à parier que ce sera beaucoup plus, estime l’OMM.Le 4 juillet 2013 à 15:16 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

RAW Highlights Stone Cold moderates King of the Ring Womens Tag match

first_img WWE Clash of Champions Results – 9/15/19 (Rollins vs. Strowman, Kingston vs. Orton) Wrestleview Live #65: Reviewing and discussing WWE Clash of Champions from Charlotte Facebook Pinterest Videos Articles Now Playing Up Next Now Playing Up Next Now Playing Up Next Julio Jones Becomes NFL’s Highest Paid Wide Receiver Seth Rollins Defends WWE On Two Separate Occasions Recommended videosPowered by AnyClipFormer WWE star ‘Grandmaster Sexay’ diesVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPauseUnmuteDuration 0:48/Current Time 0:03Loaded: 28.89%0:03Remaining Time -0:45 FullscreenUp NextThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Replay the list Twitter Google+ Dave Bautista Announces His Retirement From WWE Roman Reigns is in Remission WWE posted these highlights after last night’s RAW from New York City, New York. Live Podcast: Reviewing and discussing WWE Clash of Champions from Charlotte Now Playing Up Next Former WWE star ‘Grandmaster Sexay’ dies Mike Tedesco RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Now Playing Up Next Jerry Lawlerlast_img read more

Telecommunications Commission marks 10 Years

first_img Recommended for you Related Items:John Williams, Telecommunications Commission Caribbean Conference hosted by TCI Telecommunications Commission in Providenciales Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 24 Nov 2015 – The TCI Telecommunications Commission is marking ten years this 2015 and during last week’s commemorative events, there was a cocktail reception at Kalooki’s, an interactive workshop with high schools and a workshop where stakeholders in the marketplace spoke about over the top services like ‘WhatsApp’ and how these are slicing into profitability.John Williams, Director General of the Commission the significance of the anniversary. “For us to still be here after 10 years and doing our very best to keep competition alive and that’s the main thing, to keep competition in the market and to make sure everyone has a fair shake, the operators as well as the consumers.” WhatsApp, Netflix, Skype; Cutting profits to Telecoms companies Cabinet Approves NEW government board memberslast_img read more

Time Inc to Buy American Express Publishing Titles

first_imgThe sale price is reportedly less than $100 million.The news comes a week after Ripp—named Laura Lang’s successor in July—officially assumed his role as CEO of Time Inc. and about six months following an announcement that the group would break off from parent corporation Time Warner. The official separation is planned for early 2014.While the deal may seem on the surface to be motivated by Time Inc.’s spin-off, that aspect is more coincidental. Rather, according to a staff memo sent by AEXP chief marketing officer John Hayes, American Express became hindered by banking regulations that limited the company’s ability to engage in non-financial business.The deal caps a 20-year partnership between Time Inc. and AmEx. The companies entered into a management services agreement in 1993, with Time Inc. assuming various back-end functions.  American Express Publishing will become a wholly owned subsidiary of Time Inc., with the division, and president and CEO Ed Kelly, reporting to Evelyn Webster, executive vice president of Time Inc.’s lifestyle group. While the operation and brands will transfer to Time Inc., the relationship with American Express will continue—particularly as a marketing partner and including the members-only subscriptions to Departures, Executive Travel and Black Ink. “As part of the transaction, the publishing group will continue to provide a valuable service to American Express and its card members,” says Kelly in a statement. “Our strong relationship and the competitive advantage we have in working with American Express will remain intact. Fundamentally, our current business operating model will remain unchanged.”The American Express branding will remain “for the foreseeable future,” adds Kelly. Time Inc. and its new CEO Joe Ripp aren’t waiting for an impending spin-off to start changing the business. The company announced that it will acquire American Express Publishing for an undisclosed amount, with a sale expected to close in the fourth quarter of 2013.Travel + Leisure and Food & Wine, along with card-holders-only titles Departures, Executive Travel and Black Ink will be included in the deal. last_img read more

GitLab 1110 releases with enhanced operations dashboard pipelines for merged results and

first_imgYesterday, the team at GitLab released GitLab 11.10, a web-based DevOps lifecycle tool. This release comes with new features including pipelines on the operations dashboard, pipelines for merged results, and much more. What’s new in GitLab 11.10? Enhanced operations dashboard GitLab 11.10 enhances the operations dashboard with a powerful feature that provides an overview of pipeline status. This becomes useful while looking at a single project’s pipeline as well as for multi-project pipelines. With this release, users can now get instant visibility at a glance into the health of all of the pipelines on the operations dashboard. Run pipelines against merged results Users can now run pipelines against the merged result prior to merging. This allows the users to quickly catch errors for much quicker resolution of pipeline failures and more efficient usage of GitLab Runners. By having the merge request pipeline automatically create a new ref that contains the combined merge result of the source and target branch, it is possible to have the combined result valid. Scoped labels Scoped labels allow teams to use apply labels on issues, merge requests, and epics and custom workflow states. These labels can be configured by using a special double colon syntax in the label title. Few users think that new updates won’t be as successful as the team expects it to be and there is still a long way to go for GitLab. A user commented on HackerNews, “Can’t help but feel that their focus on moving all operation insights into gitlab itself will not be as successful as they want it to be (as far as I read, their goal was to replace their operations and monitoring tools with gitlab itself[1]). I’ve worked with the ultimate edition for a year and the kubernetes integration is nowhere close to the insight you would get from google, amazon or azure in terms of insight and integration with ops-land. I wish all these hours were spent on improving the developer lifecycle instead.” Few others are happy with this news and they think that GitLab has progressed well. A comment reads, “GitLab has really come a long way in the past few years. The days of being a github-alike are long gone. Very happy to see them continue to find success.” To know more about this news, check out GitLab’s post. Read Next GitLab considers moving to a single Rails codebase by combining the two existing repositories Introducing GitLab Serverless to deploy cloud-agnostic serverless functions and applications GitLab 11.7 releases with multi-level child epics, API integration with Kubernetes, search filter box and morelast_img read more

Blasts wound 75 in Thailand Australians cancel travel plans

first_imgSeveral grenade blasts between pro- and anti-government protesters in Bangkok have killed three and injured more than 70 people overnight.The blasts occurred in the Silom Road commercial district just after nightfall where pro-government demonstrators had gathered to show their opposition to the Red Shirt protests.The violence between the two political factions escalated after the five explosions, caused by M79 grenades, with both sides hurling bottles, rocks and firecrackers at each other for more than four hours.Strangely, the 1500 riot police stationed along Silom Road did nothing to stop the fighting, instead taking shelter in building entrances and under highway overpasses, according to the Globe and Mail.Deputy Prime Minister Suthep Thaugsuban said that three people were killed while 75 others, including an Australian, were wounded.The government has said the grenades were fired from the Red Shirt encampment and noted that the M79 grenade launchers had been used before by the Red Shirt demonstrators earlier this month. However, Red Shirt leaders have denied responsibility for the attack, saying their protest was peaceful.But whether the explosions came from the pro- or anti- government protesters, the violence, which has gained widespread international attention, has already hampered travel to the capital.A Tourism Authority of Thailand spokesman told e-Travel Blackboard this morning that a number of MICE groups from Australia had already cancelled their trips to Thailand.He said around 25 percent of MICE bookings had been lost, including bookings from Orient Express, Access Advance and Stella Travel Group, which was a group of 720 people.The spokesman added that forward bookings have also “really slowed down.”DFAT has also increased its travel advisory rating for Thailand, up from ‘high degree of caution’ to ‘reconsider your need to travel’.Explore Holidays has also made some changes. <a href=”http://www.etbtravelnews.global/click/29ee2/” target=”_blank”><img src=”http://adsvr.travelads.biz/www/delivery/avw.php?zoneid=10&amp;cb=INSERT_RANDOM_NUMBER_HERE&amp;n=a5c63036″ border=”0″ alt=””></a> Source = e-Travel Blackboard: J.Llast_img read more

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first_imgSeeing many on bikes buzz by Cosanti, seemed fitting on a couple different levels; Paolo Soleri being pro-citizen involvement and an avid bicyclist himself.[photos & text: Aimee Madsen] Many in the valley of sun grabbed their bikes to help United Blood Services save lives in honor of National Volunteer Blood Donor Month, created to help raise awareness and recruit donors for the Arizona community blood program. February 1, 2012This year Cosanti was one of the pit stops for the United Blood Services “Tour de Hero” annual bike ride, which took place last Saturday, January 28. 2012.last_img

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Without that ban on lifetime caps in place,C. with water a Bible and pictures of his daughter Lauren Faith 9 who has cerebral palsy and uncontrollable seizures It will take him almost two weeks to walk the roughly 350 miles to Capitol Hill to ask his Senators–Republicans Thom Tillis and Richard Burr–not to vote for any measure that would affect the state Medicaid program that covers Lauren Faith’s care “Lauren is never going to get any better” Brigman says “She can’t walk so I walk for her She can’t stand so I stand for her She can’t speak so I speak for her” James Brigman appears along Highway 1 near Apex NC on July 10 2017 as his walks from his hometown of Rockingham NC to Washington DC to make his voice heard on healthcare in the US Daymon Gardner for TIME This is not the place Republicans expected to be in Having campaigned for seven years on a promise to repeal the ACA and claw back federal spending the party is at last in a position to deliver Instead they’ve been thwarted by an increasingly pitched internecine battle over the future of the GOP brand On one side conservative lawmakers and powerful benefactors like the Koch brothers are pushing to eliminate regulations and reduce outlays to programs like Medicaid On the other side constituents like the Trach Mommas and a powerful alliance of major medical and industry groups including the American Medical Association the AARP and the American Hospital Association are fighting to safeguard those same programs In the second week of July alone the AARP and Save My Care an advocacy group spent nearly $2 million on broadcast cable and radio spots targeting Republican Senators on the health care bill according to Advertising Analytics which tracks such spending A handful of Republican governors including Nevada’s Brian Sandoval Ohio’s John Kasich and Massachusetts’ Charlie Baker have crossed the aisle to oppose the first version of the Senate health care bill In attempting to make both sides happy Republican lawmakers have spent the past few months performing something of a wobbling dance The House passed a version of a new health care law in May which would reduce federal Medicaid spending by more than $800 billion over 10 years compared with current law It effectively removed the signature Obamacare requirement that insurance companies offer coverage at similar rates to everyone regardless of pre-existing conditions The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office estimated that the bill would leave 23 million more people without insurance after a decade compared with current law Trump championed the House bill in a televised Rose Garden ceremony then later described it as “mean” Senate Republicans have followed a similar tack Their draft which borrowed heavily from the House plan cut federal Medicaid spending by $772 billion over 10 years allowed states to opt out of requiring insurers to cover basic medical benefits such as maternity care or prescription drugs and eliminated the bulk of the Obamacare taxes on wealthy Americans The CBO estimated the bill would leave 22 million Americans without insurance by 2026 compared to current law To patient advocates any bill resembling the House plan is a nonstarter “We’ve seen three versions of this bill–all of them would be devastating for our kids” says Michelle Morrison who has brought her 6-year-old son Timmy to Capitol Hill half a dozen times as part of a group she co-founded called Little Lobbyists “Unless they do a complete 180 from what they’ve been doing it’s going to be bad” As McConnell prepared to unveil a new version of the Senate bill in mid-July all signs pointed toward a similar proposal to what had come before Concessions to Republican critics of the bill included an expected $45 billion pot of money to fight opioid addiction McConnell also signaled a willingness to drop his earlier plan to cut Obamacare’s taxes on the wealthy These changes are unlikely to satisfy the newly activated parents and patients who have been shaping the debate around the bills since the GOP’s first health plan was proposed in the House this spring As the details of that plan emerged town-hall meetings turned so angry that many Republicans have all but stopped holding them Patient activists occupied the offices of Arizona Senator Jeff Flake and Colorado Senator Cory Gardner over the July 4 recess and nearly 50 protesters in wheelchairs were arrested for protesting outside McConnell’s office on June 22 The TV star Jimmy Kimmel whose young son Billy was born with a congenital heart condition used his late-night show in May to urge lawmakers to consider the impact an ACA repeal could have on seriously ill children These protests have shaken lawmakers Sustained local advocacy ahead of the House vote helped to sway many of the 20 Republicans who did not support the bill New York Republican Dan Donovan says hearing from concerned constituents like a family whose three children all have hemophilia sealed his opposition to the bill “Seeing those folks and hearing those stories and seeing the difficulties that families are going through really fortified my belief that I was doing the right thing” Donovan tells TIME After 75 people protested outside the office of West Virginia Republican Senator Shelley Moore Capito on June 26 she announced that she could not support the Senate bill in its initial form “I only see it through the lens of a vulnerable population who needs help who I care about very deeply” she later told Politico Activists are counting on the emotional appeal of their stories to continue to sway Senators “How do you as a Republican lawmaker counter the argument ‘My child is sick and will die if you pass this bill’” says Dana R Fisher a professor of sociology at the University of Maryland who studies protest and social movements “It’s extremely difficult to pivot on that into any kind of political speak that doesn’t make you sound like an a–hole” That’s why groups like the Little Lobbyists have been pounding the pavement on Capitol Hill “We’re not going to wait until there’s a bill passed to speak up” says the group’s co-founder Elena Hung whose 3-year-old daughter Xiomara was born with airway problems chronic lung and kidney diseases and developmental delays “If we wait to speak up it’ll be too late” The Trach Mommas’ 25-hour drive from Louisiana was not easy But after several panic attacks feeding-tube mishaps and one little girl who spiked a fever and had to go to the ER the group made it to the Hart Senate Office Building on July 10 They had an appointment to meet with a staffer for Bill Cassidy a Republican Senator from their home state who is pushing for a compromise on health care that would allow some states to keep Obamacare Once there Michot and Lorio were told the staffer no longer had time to speak to them in person but could do a phone call later The moms refused to leave and eventually a member of Cassidy’s health care team appeared She nodded politely as Lorio and Michot explained what drastic Medicaid cuts would mean for John Paul and Gabriel Within 10 minutes the meeting was over Still the Mommas saw the trip as a success: a face-to-face meeting with a Cassidy staffer was their goal all along But they were far from celebrating They still owed the bus company more than $5000 for the journey to DC And despite all their efforts the Senate bill or another one just like it they knew could still pass If it does become law Lorio may enter another phase of political transformation She says she won’t vote for any Republican–from her local representative to Trump–if they act to cut Medicaid But she’ll still be friends with Michot –With reporting by KATIE REILLY/NEW YORK Write to Charlotte Alter at charlottealter@timecom This appears in the July 24 2017 issue of TIMEBearing gifts UK Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne has found new funds for research UK government The United Kingdom’s finance minister the Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne announced a new lump of money today some 600 million ($965 million) for scientific research The new funding—part of the chancellor’s autumn budget statement a sort of half-year report on the UK economy—will be spent on big data and energy efficient computing synthetic biology energy storage and advance materials according to RCUK the body that represents Britain’s seven research councils Researchers have largely welcomed the new funding "Science adds significant value to the economy and society so to see it prioritised alongside school infrastructure fast transport links and new houses is very positive" said Paul Hardaker chief executive of the Institute of Physics in London in a statement Some observers however say the new spending is simply making up for earlier cuts made by the current government Soon after its election in 2010 the governing coalition froze the science budget and slashed capital spending on research infrastructure The result is that the amount of government money spent on research is being eroded by inflation According to the pressure group Campaign for Science and Engineering (CaSE) the government has made up some of the shortfall with bits and pieces of new funding announced over the past 2 years but today’s 600 million is the largest so far "We were hoping that the Chancellor would continue his trend of supporting science and engineering and are really delighted with this new commitment – the total amount of new funding since 2010 has now reached almost 2 billion" said CaSE Director Imran Khan hosted by Matt Lauer we shall take appropriate steps to deal with it the authors of the new report propose some general guidelines (Thats partly because the dry These traps allow the user to recognize when the quantum computer is inaccurate "The test is designed in such a way that the quantum computer cannot distinguish the trap from its normal tasks someone in the cockpit and another from Indonesia to the southern Indian Ocean and scientists 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