Chardham project: NGT forms panel

first_imgFollowing a plea challenging the environmental clearance granted to the Chardham highway project, the National Green Tribunal on Wednesday constituted a oversight committee to look into the issue.A Bench headed by NGT Chairperson Adarsh Kumar Goel said that the independent committee will consist of representatives from the Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change (MoEF&CC), the Forest Research Institute and others.The directions came while the green panel was hearing a set of pleas challenging the construction of the Chardham highway project, stating that the project will have adverse environmental effects.last_img

Renesas expands RX24T and RX24U MCU lineup for motor control applications

first_img Continue Reading Previous Andes: RISC-V IDE available for free downloadNext Microchip: end-to-end LoRa security solution provides secure key provisioning Renesas Electronics announced the expansion of its RX24T and RX24U Groups of 32-bit microcontrollers to include new high-temperature-tolerant models for motor-control applications that require an expanded operating temperature range. The new RX24T G Version and RX24U G Version support operating temperatures ranging from −40 to +105°C, while maintaining the high speed, high functionality, and energy efficiency of the RX24T and RX24U MCUs. Software can be developed using the RX24T and RX24U CPU cards combined with the 24 V Motor Control Evaluation Kit which enables developers to create motor control applications in less time.The 32-bit RX24T and RX24U features a maximum operating frequency of 80 MHz. It is equipped with peripheral functions for motor control such as timers, A/D converter, and analog circuits that enable efficient control of two brushless DC motors by a single chip. Renesas has shipped 10 million units of the popular RX24T and RX24U Groups since their launch two years ago. With the addition of the G versions, all 32-bit RX MCU family products for motor-control applications now support operating temperature from −40 to +105°C, extending the scalability of the RX Family and providing system manufacturers a rich and scalable lineup to choose from.The RX24T G Version and RX24U G Version are available now in mass production. The RX24T covers 11 models with pin counts ranging from 64 to 100 pins and memory sizes from 128 KB to 512 KB. The RX24U covers six models with pin counts ranging from 100 to 144 pins and memory sizes from 256 KB to 512 KB.Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Chips & Components last_img read more



Klopp trusts Moreno ‘100%’ despite Sevilla shocker

first_imgPremier League Klopp trusts Moreno ‘100 per cent’ despite Sevilla shocker Harry West Last updated 1 year ago 22:44 11/24/17 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) AlbertoMoreno - Cropped Getty Images Premier League Liverpool UEFA Champions League Sevilla v Liverpool Liverpool v Chelsea Chelsea Jürgen Klopp The full-back remains highly regarded by his manager despite defensive frailties coming to the fore in the UCL Jurgen Klopp still trusts Alberto Moreno “100 per cent” after the full-back faltered badly in the midweek Champions League draw at Sevilla.Moreno, returning to his home city, gave away the free-kick and penalty that led to his former club’s first and second goals, as Liverpool squandered a 3-0 half-time lead to take only a point away from the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan.Liverpool 21/10 for Blues clean sheet Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player The Reds face Premier League champions Chelsea at Anfield on Saturday, in what is likely to be another stern test of Moreno’s defensive credentials.Klopp could opt for James Milner at left-back – the England international replaced Moreno in the 63rd minute on Tuesday – but the manager maintains an unshaken belief in the Spaniard’s abilities.”I told him I still trust him 100 per cent.”Jürgen Klopp reveals details of his post-Sevilla chat with Alberto Moreno:— Liverpool FC (@LFC) November 24, 2017″I had a talk, of course, to Alberto and I am really happy about his shape, I am really happy about his performances,” said Klopp, who confirmed Emre Can is a doubt to face Chelsea due to a muscular issue, while Adam Lallana and Joel Matip remain on the road to recovery.”Yes, I know in this game it was obviously [not his best] and that’s then really my responsibility. I could have done different things and obviously it was difficult in Seville with all the circumstances; everyone was talking to him like a family member. He left there but a lot of people are still there who he knows well.”[If you lose] one, two or three per cent of concentration and come a little bit too late and that’s how it started. My response would have been to think about the line-up or change or change earlier or whatever. It’s not the player to blame, I am 100 per cent responsible for that.”I told him I still trust him 100 per cent, so for me the game is over. How you concede the goals is not important anymore after the game, only for the analysis but not for anything else.”We know how we came into the situations and that’s what we have to change.” Subscribe to Goal’s Liverpool Correspondent Neil Jones’ weekly email bringing you the best Liverpool FC writing from around the weblast_img read more

‘Wonderkid’ Marcus Smith is not yet ready for England, Eddie Jones told

first_imgShare on WhatsApp … we have a small favour to ask. More people, like you, are reading and supporting the Guardian’s independent, investigative journalism than ever before. And unlike many news organisations, we made the choice to keep our reporting open for all, regardless of where they live or what they can afford to pay.The Guardian will engage with the most critical issues of our time – from the escalating climate catastrophe to widespread inequality to the influence of big tech on our lives. At a time when factual information is a necessity, we believe that each of us, around the world, deserves access to accurate reporting with integrity at its heart.Our editorial independence means we set our own agenda and voice our own opinions. Guardian journalism is free from commercial and political bias and not influenced by billionaire owners or shareholders. This means we can give a voice to those less heard, explore where others turn away, and rigorously challenge those in power.We hope you will consider supporting us today. We need your support to keep delivering quality journalism that’s open and independent. Every reader contribution, however big or small, is so valuable. Support The Guardian from as little as $1 – and it only takes a minute. Thank you. Read more Support The Guardian Harlequins Newcastle’s Alex Tait takes advantage of lowly London Irish’s bad luck England rugby union team Since you’re here… The Observer Eddie Jones has been urged to resist any temptation to hand Marcus Smith a first England cap during the Six Nations by the Harlequins director of rugby, John Kingston, after the teenage fly-half orchestrated his side’s 50-21 thrashing of Northampton.The 18-year-old had a hand in five of Quins’ seven tries here on his 11th Premiership appearance, in front of the watching Jones. On Friday, Smith was selected for England’s training camp in Brighton but again as an “apprentice” player, along with Bath’s Zach Mercer. news Eddie Jonescenter_img Share on Facebook Topics Share on Twitter Smith was an ever-present in the England squad during the autumn internationals but Jones was insistent that he would not be considered for selection. He also suggested in September that Smith can be his “X-factor rookie” for the 2019 World Cup, but Kingston has urged caution, revealing he intends to rest the youngster when Demetri Catrakilis and Tim Swiel are fit again.“Eddie’s decision to have him involved in the group – that’s fine, that’s up to him – but he is a way off being someone to play international rugby,” said Kingston. “I am a great believer that you come into an international set-up when you are good enough to play 50 times for your country, not get one game and thrown back because it was not the right thing.“Let’s just calm down and let him progress the way he is. Eddie Jones knows his job so let him get on with his job and I will get on with mine.He [Smith] is a fine rugby player and was pulling the strings. We have to make sure we take it stage by stage. He has probably had more rugby than we would have thought was right with Demetri and Tim out. We are managing him pretty well even though he is probably playing a bit more rugby than we would have thought.” Share via Email Share on Pinterest Share on LinkedIn Rugby union Share on Messenger Reuse this contentlast_img read more

Bale returns to Madrid squad despite future uncertainty

first_imgGareth Bale has been included in Real Madrid’s squad for their friendly against Roma on Sunday, despite uncertainty over the forward’s future at the Santiago Bernabeu.The Wales international was on the verge of leaving the club this summer in a lucrative £1 million-a-week switch to Jiangsu Suning, but the move broke down and it remains unclear where he will play this season.Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane has made no secret of his desire to see the 30-year-old move on and his pronouncements on the matter drew stinging criticism from the player’s agent. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Emery out of jail – for now – as brilliant Pepe papers over Arsenal’s cracks What is Manchester United’s ownership situation and how would Kevin Glazer’s sale of shares affect the club? Ox-rated! Dream night in Genk for Liverpool ace after injury nightmare Messi a man for all Champions League seasons – but will this really be Barcelona’s? With a bitter stand-off ensuing, Bale was subsequently omitted from a number of Real Madrid squads this pre-season.He has featured in just two of Los Blancos’ six warm-up friendly matches thus far – against Arsenal and Atletico Madrid in July.However, his inclusion in Zidane’s 20-man squad for the club’s final pre-season fixture ahead of their La Liga opener could potentially signal a change of circumstances, with a stay in the Spanish capital still a possibility.Bale joins Eden Hazard, Luka Jovic and Karim Benzema among the forwards for the Roma game, and faces plenty of competition for a place in the team.📝 Our 20-man squad for tonight’s match against @ASRomaEN ! #HalaMadrid — Real Madrid C.F. 🇬🇧🇺🇸 (@realmadriden) August 11, 2019 Toni Kroos, Luka Modric, Casemiro and Isco have been included in a strong squad, as have Marcelo and Raphael Varane.Keylor Navas and Thibaut Courtois, meanwhile, will continue to fight it out for the number one jersey.James Rodriguez, who has been linked with Napoli and Atletico Madrid is out, however, as is forward Mariano Diaz after losing his number seven shirt to Hazard.Club captain Sergio Ramos, meanwile, is also absent, while goalkeeper Andriy Lunin remains in Madrid.Real Madrid take on Roma at Stadio Olimpico in their last pre-season friendly, with kick-off scheduled for 7pm BST (2pm ET).They will then turn their attentions towards Celta Vigo, who host them on August 17 in their opening La Liga match of the 2019-20 campaign.Real Madrid squad for Roma friendlyGoalkeepers: Navas, Courtois, FuidiasDefenders: Carvajal, Militao, Varane, Nacho, Marcelo, OdriozolaMidfielders: Kroos, Modric, Casemiro, Valverde, IscoForwards: Hazard, Benzema, Bale, Vazquez, Jovic, Vinicius Jr.last_img read more

Timeshare Buyers and Sellers Should Contact the Real Estate Board

first_imgThe Real Estate Board/Commission of Strata Corporations is inviting interested developers or purchasers of timeshare to contact them.Timeshare, which was added to the responsibilities of the Real Estate Board in 2016, is a tourism product involving the erection of a building, which is subdivided into weeks and sold to various owners.“It is a vacation experience [in this case], so you are not buying the unit, but the use of the unit,” Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Real Estate Board/Commission of Strata Corporation, Sandra Watson Garrick, said at a JIS ‘Think Tank’, yesterday (August 9).However, she explained that it can be bought by getting a deed or a lease for a particular time for an amount of years.“So if someone comes on vacation and loves Jamaica, and loves a [particular] hotel that allows timeshare, they can decide to purchase a week in that unit for some time, for example 10 years, as it should allow them to obtain that product at a reduced rate,” Mrs. Watson Garrick explained, adding that these units come with a maintenance fee.Persons who are interested may contact the Real Estate Board or visit the website Board registers timeshare developments and also monitors compliance with the law, as it relates to the selling of the units and how the timeshare owners operate.For timeshare, the Board is collaborating with the Tourism Enhancement Fund (TEF), the Ministry of Tourism and JAMPRO.The Real Estate Board regulates practitioners in the real estate industry; registers and licenses real estate dealers and salespeople; registers real estate developers and developments, and conducts monitoring to ensure compliance with the law, and protects the purchasers involved in transactions.last_img read more

WSC Names New Members of Its Board

first_img My location zoom The World Shipping Council (WSC) Board of Directors has approved the appointment of Mr. Tai Soo Suk, President of Hanjin Shipping to fill the seat previously held by Mr. Y.M. Kim and Mr. Soren Toft, Chief Operating Officer of Maersk Line.The other members of the WSC board of directors are: Mr. Randy Chen, Wan Hai Lines; Mr. Thomas Crowley, Jr., Crowley Maritime Corporation; Mr. Ottmar Gast, Hamburg Süd; Mr. Ulrich Kranich, Hapag-Lloyd AG; Mr. Hidetoshi Maruyama, NYK Group; Mr. Ng Yat Chung, NOL Group; Mr. Andy Tung, Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL); and Mr. Ron Widdows, Rickmers-Linie, who continues to serve as the WSC Board Chairman.The World Shipping Council is an association of liner shipping companies with offices in Brussels and Washington, D.C. Its members transport over 90 percent of international containerized trade. The WSC’s goal is to provide a coordinated voice for the liner shipping industry in its work with policymakers and other industry groups interested in international transportation issues. Print  Close 此页面无法正确加载 Google 地图。您是否拥有此网站?确定 World Shipping, January 20, 2014last_img read more

Municipalities employing casual workers by defying govt order will not get any

first_imgKolkata: State Urban Development and Municipal Affairs minister Firhad Hakim said during a question-answer session in the Assembly that the state government would not provide assistance to any municipality if they employ any casual workers defying the government order.Hakim once again clarified the state government’s stand of not allowing any municipality to induct more contractual staff, thereby creating a burden on the government. He said that many municipalities across the state have more staff strength than what is sanctioned by the government. The number of contractual workers in various municipalities is also very high. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaThe minister told the House that there are around 27,000 casual workers under the Kolkata Municipal Corporation, where the number of permanent staff stands at around 26,000. The scenario is the same in many other civic bodies in the state. In reply to a question posed by CPI-M MLA Tanmay Bhattacharya, Hakim held the previous Left Front government responsible for inducting casual workers, flouting the civic norms. It may be mentioned that during the tenure of the previous government, a huge number of casual workers were recruited in various municipalities. “There was no transparency in the recruitment of workers in the municipalities during the Left Front regime,” alleged Hakim. Also Read – Bengal civic volunteer dies in road mishap on national highwayDuring his speech, the minister also claimed that the Trinamool Congress government has brought transparency in the entire system of recruitment. He further added that the recruitments are done strictly through the Municipal Service Commission now. The lists of successful candidates are published and messages are delivered on the mobiles of the candidates. He also told the House that around 30,000 people have been recruited so far in the state through the Municipal Service Commission. There are still around 33,270 vacant posts in various civic bodies in the state, Hakim maintained.last_img read more


One day after the Indian High Commissioner criticised Director of the Department of Public Information Imran Khan for a comment made on social media, State Minister Joseph Harmon today said that the personal view expressed by the Government official does not represent the view of the Coalition Government.“It does not represent the position of the Government. We have excellent relations with India and we continue to work on those relations. It’s a mutually beneficial arrangement which we have with that country and we would like to work to ensure that it gets better”, Harmon said.Minister of State Joseph HarmonHarmon noted that while government does not have much control over what persons post on their personal social media accounts, he said all they can do is ask holders of government offices to restrain from making such statements.“This is what I would call an aberration rather than a norm that someone who actually has a Government position but expresses a personally view….It is not the view of the Government, it is an individual’s view and that is the distinction I would like to make…I am advised that the Prime Minister is addressing the issue and is likely to make a statement soon”, Harmon asserted.Khan on Wednesday posted a comment on his facebook page, questioning whether the Indian High Commission was interfering in the country’s internal affairs and was attempting to engage in destabilisation of the coalition government.Director of Public Information, Department of Public Information, Imran KhanHis statement was in relation to the recently concluded People of Indian Origin Parliamentary Conference held in New Delhi, where a 23-member Guyanese delegation attended upon invite from the Indian Government.The delegation comprised of 17 Opposition and three government parliamentarians as well as three Mayors – all of Indian heritage.The DPI Director asked whether the Indian High Commission deliberately invited only three Government backbenchers and specifically ignored ministers of Indian heritage.However, in response to Khan, Indian High Commissioner Venkatachalam Mahalingam explained that the top hierarchy of both the Indian and Guyana Governments are aware that the invitations were for 23 Members of Parliament and three Mayors of Indian Origin who are not ministers.The Diplomat said that the comment was reckless and intentionally misleading, while adding at the action by the government official is unfortunate, irresponsible, unprofessional and mischievous.The post has since been removed by Khan. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedNo Govt policy in place to ban females working night shift- HarmonSeptember 7, 2017In “Business”Cabinet Secretary’s responsibilities should be handed to retired public servant – NagamootooApril 12, 2016In “latest news”Harmon defends appointment of AFC member as REOSeptember 4, 2015In “Politics” read more

Onesta with 20 Experts before WCh 2013

Claude Onesta French NT coach, Claude Onesta will have tough job to decide squad for the World Championship in Spain where France defends title from Sweden 2011:Tor: Cyril Dumoulin (Chambéry), Daouda Karaboué (Toulouse), Thierry Omeyer (Kiel)Rückraum: William Accambray (Montpellier), Xavier Barachet (Atletico Madrid/ESP), Sébastien Bosquet (Dunkerque), Jérôme Fernandez (Toulouse), Nikola Karabatic (Montpellier), Timothey Nguessan (Chambéry), Daniel Narcisse (Kiel)Außen: Luc Abalo (PSG Handball), Samuel Honrubia (PSG Handball), Arnaud Bingo (Tremblay-en-France), Michaël Guigou (Montpellier), Guillaume Joli (Dunkerque), Valentin Porte (Toulouse)Kreis: Cédric Sorhaindo (Barcelona/ESP), Igor Anic (Cesson), Grégoire Detrez (Chambéry)Abwehr: Didier Dinart (PSG Handball) ← Previous Story Brazil waiting for WCh 2013 clashes Next Story → Dragan Skrbic about Handball Person Contest: “Men’s EHF EURO 2012, Onesta and Montenegrian girls” read more

Study blowing into NES cartridges is a bad idea

first_imgIf the phrase “blowing into a video game cartridge” doesn’t immediately strike up years of memories from your early gaming days, you missed out. It was a ritual, a tradition, a part of the coming-of-age of the golden days of gaming. But did you ever stop to wonder if blowing your moist breath all over a fragile electronic product was actually the right thing to do?When the original Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) was released in the US, its design is believed to be what led to the cartridge-blowing phenomenon. Having the game encased inside a hidden compartment led to the conception that it could become filled with dust and other particles, since users could not really see where cartridges made contact with the system. So blowing into the system, and blowing into the cartridges, seemed to make sense. The most compelling reason was because it seemed to work. Of course, there is also an argument that taking the cartridge in and out without blowing into it could have had the same effect.Chris Higgins from Mental Floss decided to research the age-old phenomenon, and found that experts tend to think that it was overall a bad idea, with some calling it nothing more than a placebo effect. Others say it actually led to damage of the games over time.Also brought to light was a study that gaming enthusiast Frankie Viturello conducted in which he blew into one NES cartridge every day for a month, did not tamper with another one, and then used both of them equally. The results can be seen in the picture above. No one can say that looks like a healthy cartridge.Perhaps it is true that there was an immediate positive impact by blowing into the games, but the experts seem to agree that no matter how tempting it is, it should be avoided.via Mental Flosslast_img read more

Canadian trade minister says its up to Europe to save trade agreement

first_img Oct 22nd 2016, 12:01 PM I’ll be meeting @cafreeland tomorrow morning at 7:30 and @PaulMagnette at 9:00 in #EP to revive #CETA talks. We can’t stop at last mile— Ex EP President (@EP_PresSchulz) October 21, 2016 10,281 Views Short URL 30 Comments Saturday 22 Oct 2016, 12:01 PM Share38 Tweet Email European Union Parliament President Martin Schultz. Image: Olivier Matthys European Union Parliament President Martin Schultz. By AFP CETA would link the EU market of 500 million people with the world’s 10th biggest economy.The accord was initially scheduled to be signed next Thursday with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Brussels – and Schulz said that that date remained in the diary.“The problems are on the Europeans’ table and we have to try to resolve them,” he said. “This meeting was very constructive and will perhaps be decisive.“I remain optimistic.”Canada blasted the European Union yesterday as incapable of signing international agreements, as talks to persuade Wallonia to sign up to the huge trade deal broke down.Freeland’s comments fed into warnings that the EU, beset by rising anti-globalisation sentiment, may never be able to land any other deals including one with the United States.“It seems obvious to me, to Canada, that the European Union is incapable now of having an international agreement, even with a country with such European values as Canada, and even with a country as kind and patient as Canada,” Freeland said yesterday.‘Democracy takes time’ Belgian Minister for Climate and Energy Paul Magnette, who is also head of Wallonia’s socialist government which is blocking the agreement between Ottawa and the 28-nation European Union. Source: AP/Press Association ImagesWallonia’s government chief Magnette told news agency AFP yesterday that his Belgian region needed more time but that there was still scope for an agreement.“Democracy takes a little time, Magnette said. “I wasn’t asking for months, but you can’t carry out a parliamentary process in two days.”The Walloon parliament earlier this week refused to let the federal Belgian government approve the deal between Canada and the European Union, which needs to be backed by all 28 EU member states.Belgium has seven elected assemblies: the geographic regions of Wallonia, Flanders and Brussels; the three linguistic communities; as well as a parliament and senate at the federal level.EU trade commissioner Cecilia Malmstroem said she was still hopeful a deal could be reached.“We have engaged wholeheartedly with Wallonia the last days. Truly sad talks have been halted. Still hope to find solution in order to sign CETA,” the Swede said on Twitter.The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) with Canada is opposed by anti-globalisation groups who say it is a test model to push through an even more controversial EU-US trade deal called TTIP, talks on which have also stalled.There have been protests against both deals in several cities.Magnette yesterday pointed in particular to a highly controversial investment protection scheme buried in the deal that has drawn the fury of activists, and which is also involved in TTIP.Wallonia enjoyed support from activist groups like Greenpeace which charged that the deal risked satisfying “corporate greed” and trampling on people’s rights and health standards on both sides of the Atlantic.British Prime Minister Theresa May yesterday dismissed warnings that the EU-Canada deal raised serious questions about whether London could strike a similar agreement after Brexit.- © AFP 2016.Read: 55 people killed, hundreds injured in Cameroon train derailmentRead: Envelope with white powder sent to Hillary Clinton campaign office Image: Olivier Matthys Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article TENSIONS BETWEEN CANADA and the EU are increasing today, after Canada said it was Europe’s “job” to save a trade pact put in doubt by a Belgian region’s refusal to sign on.Chrystia Freeland, the Canadian trade minister, was firm after leaving last-ditch talks with European parliament head Martin Schulz to salvage the proposed accord that is seven years in the making.“Now the ball is in Europe’s court and it’s time for Europe to finish doing its job,” she said, adding that she was returning to Toronto today.“I very much hope that I will be able to return here in just a few days to Europe with my prime minister and that we will be able to… sign this agreement with Europe on 27 October.”Schulz also planned an 11th-hour huddle with Paul Magnette, head of Wallonia’s socialist government which is blocking the agreement between Ottawa and the 28-nation European Union.The Brussels meetings are aimed at “reviving CETA talks. We can’t stop at the last mile,” Schulz wrote on Twitter, referring to the agreement’s name. Source: EP President/Twitter Canadian trade minister says it’s up to Europe to save trade agreement The Canadian trade deal CETA, which was meant to be signed by EU members next Thursday, is in jeopardy after Belgian region refused to agree.last_img read more

Finn Balor reportedly asks for time off from WWE will continue to

first_img Finn Bálor Finn Balor for the WWE UK Championship? Now Playing Up Next Pinterest Now Playing Up Next Google+ Matt Hardy Says John Olivers WWE Claims Are Outdated WWE Superstar Finn Balor confirms marriage to FOX Sports Reporter Veronica Rodriguez Sasha Banks Gets Cagey When Asked About Feud With Alexa Bliss Who Will Face Undertaker At WrestleMania 35? Mike Tedesco RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Dave Bautista will be a character in new video game, Finn Balor reveals new look center_img Facebook Videos Articles Now Playing Up Next Could Bray Wyatt Return During WrestleMania? According to a report on Pro Wrestling Sheet and confirmed through other sources, Finn Balor has asked for two months off from WWE.Balor, who will turn 38 at the end of the month, is reportedly taking the time off to recharge. The time off has been approved by WWE officials and will begin next month, but Balor will work up until at least SummerSlam.Last night on RAW, Balor entered into a program with “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt.Balor made his main roster debut on July 25, 2016 after having spent nearly two years in NXT. Balor is a two-time Intercontinental Champion and the inaugural Universal Champion, as well as a former NXT Champion.Recommended videosPowered by AnyClipWho Will Face Undertaker At WrestleMania 35?Video Player is loading.Play VideoPauseUnmuteDuration 0:42/Current Time 0:03Loaded: 100.00%0:03Remaining Time -0:39 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 Now Playing Up Next Now Playing Up Next Twitter WhatsApp WWE Superstar Finn Balor appears to get married, Posts photo to Instagramlast_img read more

Yeast problem caused marijuanainfused soda explosions

first_imgMirth Provisions in Longview has solved the mystery of why the company’s marijuana-infused sodas were exploding after delivery to some stores in late September.It was the second time owner Adam Stites had an issue with carbonation in his widely publicized Legal line of products.The first time, in early September, the problems were caused by a shipment of the wrong bottle types to Stites’ facility in Longview, he said.The second time, after Stites had rebottled the products and made a few deliveries to stores, he got a new array of reports that the sodas were popping tops or exploding. He recalled the sodas from shelves in Vancouver, but he wasn’t able to pick the sodas up from Top Shelf, a store in Bellingham, right away.“The sodas were off the shelf immediately” in Vancouver stores, Stites said in an email to The Columbian. “I personally retrieved the Vancouver shipments, but, due to the distance, and the fact that Top Shelf’s owner took his truck and was out of town, we weren’t able to send a driver to pull all product from Top Shelf in Bellingham until Monday. There are still a few more cases which are at the deep on the bottom of the tool chest (that Top Shelf used to store the sodas in) which we are going to remove on Saturday.”last_img read more

Hanley Wood IDG Lead Neal Award Finalists

first_imgBest single articleAquatics International, Hanley Wood , LLCBig Builder, Hanley Wood, LLCFirstline, Advanstar CommunicationsBest subject-related series of articlesCSO, IDG/CXO MediaEditor & Publisher, Nielsen Business MediaFinancial Week, Crain Communications IncBest staff-written editorials or opinion columnsChain Leader, Reed Business InformationEditor & Publisher, Nielsen Business MediaFinancial Week, Crain Communications Inc.Best departmentBig Builder, Hanley Wood, LLCDrovers, Vance Publishing Corp.StateTech, The Magazine GroupBest how-to article or subject-related seriesMotor, Hearst Business MediaPork, Vance Publishing Corp.Stitches, Advertising Specialty InstituteBest news coverageEditor & Publisher, Nielsen Business MediaFinancial Week, Crain Communications Inc.Produce Business, Phoenix Media NetworkBest single theme or special issue of a magazine or newspaper/news tabloidThe Gourmet Retailer, Nielsen Business MediaGreenSource: The Magazine of Sustainable Design, The McGraw-Hill Companies Plate, Marketing & Technology GroupBest single issue of a magazineBig Builder, Hanley Wood, LLCCSO, IDG/CXO MediaScholastic Administr@tor, Scholastic, Inc.Best single issue of a newspaper/news tabloidFinancial Week, Crain Communications Inc.Healthcare Finance News, MedTech Publishing CompanyHealthcare IT News, MedTech Publishing CompanyClass B: Up $3M to $7M in ad/circ revenueBest single articleFleet Owner, Penton Media, Inc.Pharmaceutical Executive, Advanstar CommunicationsPublic Works, Hanley Wood, LLCBest subject-related series of articlesBuildings, Stamats Business MediaHeavy Duty Trucking, Newport Communications GroupMultifamily Executive, Hanley Wood, LLCBest staff-written editorials or opinion columnsDVM Newsmagazine, Advanstar CommunicationsPharmaceutical Executive, Advanstar CommunicationsWorkforce Management, Crain CommunicationsBest departmentBtoB, Crain Communications Inc. Electrical Construction & Maintenance, Penton Media, Inc.Government Computer News, 1105 Media Inc.Best how-to article or subject-related seriesBuilding Design+Construction, Reed Business InformationThe Journal of Family Practice, Lebhar-Friedman, Inc./Dowden Health Media, Inc.Multifamily Executive, Hanley Wood, LLCBest news coverageCounselor, Advertising Specialty InstituteLegal Times, Incisive MediaOphthalmology Times, Advanstar CommunicationsBest single theme or special issue of a magazine or newspaper/news tabloidBrandweek, Nielsen Business MediaHeavy Duty Trucking, Newport Communications GroupTruckers News, Randall-Reilly Publishing CompanyBest single issue of a magazineArchitect, Hanley Wood, LLCInbound Logistics, Thomas Publishing CompanyPhoto District News, Nielsen Business MediaBest single issue of a newspaper/news tabloidDVM Newsmagazine, Advanstar CommunicationsDVM Newsmagazine, Advanstar CommunicationsTexas Lawyer, Incisive MediaClass C: More than $7M in ad/circ revenueBest single articleThe American Lawyer, Incisive MediaThe American Lawyer, Incisive MediaEngineering News-Record, The McGraw-Hill CompaniesBest subject-related series of articlesEngineering News-Record, The McGraw-Hill CompaniesIEEE Spectrum, IEEE MediaMeetings & Conventions, Northstar Travel MediaBest staff-written editorials or opinion columnsAdvertising Age, Crain Communications Inc.Automotive News, Crain Communications Inc.Travel Weekly, Northstar Travel MediaBest departmentThe American Lawyer, Incisive MediaHR Magazine, Society for Human Resource ManagementRestaurants & Institutions, Reed Business InformationBest how-to article or subject-related seriesMacworld, IDG/Mac Publishing LLCPC World, IDG/PC World Communications, Inc.The Progressive Farmer, DTNBest news coverageAviation Week, The McGraw-Hill CompaniesEngineering News, Record-The McGraw-Hill CompaniesNation s Restaurant News, Lebhar-FriedmanBest single theme or special issue of a magazine or newspaper/news tabloidAdvertising Age, Crain Communications Inc.Automotive News, Crain Communications Inc.Builder, Hanley Wood, LLCBest single issue of a magazineThe American Lawyer, Incisive MediaArchitectural Record, The McGraw-Hill CompaniesNetwork World, IDG/Network World Inc.Best single issue of a newspaper/news tabloidAdvertising Age, Crain Communications Inc.InvestmentNews, Crain Communications Inc.Travel Weekly, Northstar Travel MediaClass D: No revenue breakdownBest start-up publicationBar Business, Simmons-Boardman PublishingDiversity Executive, MediaTec PublishingEcoHome, Hanley Wood, LLCBest e-newsletterNo award givenBest use of, The McGraw-Hill, Nielsen Business, Society for Human Resource ManagementClass E: Traffic-Fewer than 100,000 unique visitors/monthBest Web, IDG/CXO, Crain Communications, Crain Communications Inc.Best online article or, Hanley Wood,, IDG/CXO, Hanley Wood, LLCBest, Reed Business, Penton Media,, Nielsen Business MediaClass F: Traffic-100,000 to 400,000 unique visitors/monthBest Web, The McGraw-Hill, Government, Crain Communications Inc.Best online article or, The McGraw-Hill, Incisive MediaBest, The McGraw-Hill, The McGraw-Hill, The McGraw-Hill CompaniesClass G: Traffic-More than 400,000 unique visitors/monthBest Web, CNET Networks,,, IDG/PC World Communications, Inc.Best online article or, CNET Networks,, IDG/, IDG/ComputerworldBest, IDG/CXO, IDG/, CNET Networks, Inc. American Business Media recently announced the 55th annual Neal Awardfinalists. The awards, which honor business journalists, willfeature a cocktail reception and awards luncheon on March 19 at theUnion League Club in New York City.IDG’s CSO won the Grand Nealin 2008, and looks to be dominating the awards again this year withHanley Wood, Crain, McGraw-Hill and Advanstar not far behind. Hanley Wood has beennominated for 12 Neals for 2009, taking over from ALM’s 12 nominationsin 2008.Here, the full list of finalists:Class A: Up to $3M in ad/circ revenuelast_img read more

Tamil Nadu government launches Education TV channel

first_imgChennai: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister K. Palaniswami on Monday said the state government’s 24-hour Education TV channel will broadcast not only programmes that are related to studies but also about skill development as well as suggestions to parents. Inaugurating the Education TV channel here, Palaniswami said a sum of Rs 1.35 crore was spent on procuring modern cameras, drones and technical equipment for the channel. Also Read – Shah urges women to shun plastic bags Advertise With Us Palaniswami also said the programmes being produced by Education TV would compete with those made by the private sector. The Education TV content will be useful for students from Lower KG up to 12th standard. The channel will have experts on different subjects clearing doubts and on tests to take to prepare for competitive exams, among others, Palaniswami said.last_img read more

Corrupt Milk Vita officials to face the music

first_imgMilk VitaStern actions will be taken against corrupt Milk Vita officials and engineers to stop irregularities at the state-owned entity, state minister for local government, rural development and cooperatives Swapan Bhattacharjee said Tuesday, reports UNB.He came up with the warning at Milk Vita’s special general meeting and management committee election at the Dhugdha Bhaban in Dhaka.Swapan recognised irregularities at Milk Vita and said that corruption stemmed the growth of cooperatives in Bangladesh.He also warned of taking action against private dairy farms who evade taxes.Swapan asked the Milk Vita management to infuse dynamism into its marketing department and come up with plans to minimise losses.Rural Development and Cooperatives Division secretary Kamal Uddin Talukder said Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman set up Milk Vita to meet the nutritional demand of the country’s poor people.”We want to develop our local sector so that we don’t have to import milk,” he said.last_img read more