New Delhi: Kadapa Police on Thursday arrested three persons in connection with the murder of YS Vivekananda Reddy, the uncle of YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, according to The Indian Express website. Vivekananda was found dead in the bathroom of his house in Pulivendula, in Kadapa district, on March 15. Vivekananda’s close aide E Gangi Reddy, personal secretary Krishna Reddy and Prakash Reddy, son of housemaid Lakshmi, were arrested for destroying evidence at the crime scene and misleading cops.
The Ajel News 24 outlet tweeted on December 3 that Time listed Mohammed Bin Salman(MBS) in its “Person of the Year” issue for 2018. A talk show on Saudi’s 24 channel also displayed a “photoshopped” cover of Time magazine reading, in English, “The most influential person in the world.” The cover image shows MBS. The channel uploaded the show’s episode to Youtube on December 5.MBS is actually on Time’s list of 100 Most Influential People in 2018. The Person of the Year and the 100 Most Influential People are two separate, annual Time magazine issues. The tweet also claimed the Saudi crown prince is “the only Arab figure chosen by the magazine.” Some news outlets, including RT Arabic, repeated the claim.Former Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Al Ibadi, an Arab, was also listed among the top 100 Most Influential People. Time published the online article on Al Ibadi and MBS in April 19.In an article for Time magazine, Saudi Arabian women’s rights activist Manal al-Sharif praised MBS for lifting restrictions on women, challenging “the culture of corruption, and reining in religious police who choked us.”Time has chosen Jamal Khashoggi, three other journalists and a news organization as its Person of the Year for 2018.Saudi operatives closely linked to MBS murdered Jamal Khashoggi, a Saudi journalist, in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2.
5 October 2011Georgian manuscripts from the 5th century AD, a French royal decree from 1537, and a 20th-century astronomical study of the nearby parts of the universe are among seven new entries to a United Nations world heritage register. The new admissions bring to 245 the total number of items on Memory of the World Register, launched by the UN Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in 1992 to preserve valuable archives and library collections all over the world and ensure their wide dissemination. It includes all types of material, including stone, celluloid, parchment and audio recordings. The new entries are: First Byurakan Survey from Armenia, with the records of a unique astronomical survey carried out by the Byurakan Astrophysical Observatory (BAO) from 1965-1980, involving the largest ever astronomical study of the nearby universe and considered one of the most important achievements of 20th-century astrophysics; Bannière Register at Chatelet, Paris, during the reign of King François I, covering registration and publication of legislative texts, among them the 1537 decree by the king, for the first time requiring printers and booksellers to deposit a copy of each publication in the king’s library. The model spread in the 17th century, supporting the growth of national libraries; Georgian Byzantine manuscripts consisting of 1,000 works, some dating to the 5th century AD, covering different fields but especially ecclesiastic works, kept at the National Centre of Manuscripts in Tbilisi, Georgia’s capital; Aral Sea Archival Fund in Kazakhstan, consisting of files from 1965 to 1990 that record the ecological tragedy of the Aral Sea, which has shrunk to 10 per cent of its size in the 1960s, and the attempts to counter it; Records of the first flight across the South Atlantic Ocean in 1922 from Portugal, containing early reports of Captains Gago Coutinho and Sacadura Cabral’s 1922 flight across the South Atlantic Ocean by floatplane, a milestone in aeronautical history marking the first use of the sextant in air navigation; Arquivos dos Dembos/Ndembu Archives from Angola and Portugal, comprising some 1,160 manuscripts from the late 17th century to the early 20th century that are uniquely valuable to scholarship in history, anthropology and linguistics, attesting to the transformation of essentially oral Southern African culture through the assimilation of Portuguese and its repercussions on both Portugal and Brazil; Landsat Program records/Multispectral Scanner Sensor from the United States, a unique body of images at a scale that allows observation of the Earth’s land surfaces, coastlines, and reefs and the natural and human-induced changes over nearly 40 years, obtained and continuously updated by sensors onboard a series of land-imaging satellites that began in 1972.These collections were approved provisionally by the International Advisory Committee of the Memory of the World Programme in May 2011 subject to the provision of minor modifications or clarifications for full inscription to proceed. These clarifications have now been endorsed and UNESCO Director-General Irina Bokova has approved the inscription of the new items.
6 December 2011Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and the United Nations mission in Afghanistan have strongly condemned today’s explosions in Kabul and Mazar-i-Sharif that have resulted in numerous deaths and injuries of civilians who had gathered for a Shiite religious observance. Both explosions happened around midday, according to media reports. A suicide bomber struck a shrine packed with worshippers in the capital, Kabul, reportedly killing at least 54 people, while another blast struck near a mosque in Mazar-i-Sharif, killing four.The attacks occurred on the Shiite holiday of Ashura, which commemorates the martyrdom of Prophet Mohammed’s grandson, Hussein.“The Secretary-General condemns in the strongest terms such indiscriminate attacks against civilians and extends his deepest condolences to the families of the deceased and wounded,” his spokesperson said in a statement.The UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) expressed its heartfelt condolences and stressed that the attacks have no justification. “Such illegal and indiscriminate attacks are completely unacceptable and those responsible are fully accountable for the deaths and injuries of civilians caused by such brutal acts,” the mission stated.The attacks come a day after leaders from over 100 countries and international organizations met in Bonn, Germany, to pledge their continued support for Afghanistan in its efforts to build a better, peaceful and prosperous life for its people.
Hamilton Police have arrested a man in response to a robbery at Eastmount pharmacy on the east mountain.Police say the suspect entered the store on July 26 and demanded drugs from the pharmacist.Officers say he escaped with several bottles of medications, which were later recovered.The 31-year-old man from Hamilton has been arrested and charged with robbery and three counts of adult possession of a schedule 1 opioid.He is scheduled to appear in court later this month.
After simultaneous rounds of voting in the Assembly and the Council – which met concurrently with but independent of each other – Mr. Mohamed Bennouna of Morocco, Mr. James Richard Crawford of Australia, Ms. Joan E. Donoghue of the United States, and Mr. Kirill Gevorgian of the Russian Federation were elected to nine-year terms on the ICJ, starting on 6 February next year.The Assembly and the Council will meet independently again tomorrow to elect a fifth judge to a seat on the ICJ.The Court is composed of 15 judges, who are elected by an absolute majority in both the General Assembly (97 votes) and Security Council (8 votes). The timing of elections is staggered so that the General Assembly elects a third of the Court once every three years.The terms of five judges will expire on 5 February 2015: Bernardo Sepúlveda-Amor (Mexico); Kenneth Keith (New Zealand); Mohamed Bennouna (Morocco); Leonid Skotnikov (Russian Federation); and Joan E. Donoghue (United States). Judges are eligible for re-election.According to the Court’s Statute, its judges must be chosen by coordinated actions of both the Council and the General Assembly, with the date of elections determined by the Council. Judges are chosen on the basis of their qualifications, not their nationality, but no two judges can be from the same country. Effort is also taken to ensure that the principal legal systems of the world are reflected in the composition of the court. Established in 1945, and based in The Hague in the Netherlands, the ICJ – which is also known as the World Court – settles legal disputes between States and gives advisory opinions on legal questions that have been referred to it by other authorized UN organs.
Mike Hawes, SMMT Chief Executive, said,January’s figures only serve to underline the importance of our international trading relationships and frictionless access to overseas markets. With fewer than 30 days to go until the proposed Article 50 deadline, the future of this trade hangs in the balance. It’s more crucial than ever for the future prospects of UK Automotive that a ‘no deal’ Brexit is taken off the table immediately and permanently.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) UK engine manufacturing down -9.5% in January, with 241,727 units built.Double-digit drop in domestic demand as factories manage production ahead of key vehicle model changes.Six in 10 engines exported, highlighting the importance of frictionless trade with overseas markets.
From ABC News: East region Top seed outlook: Gonzaga is the best team in the West by a considerable margin, but the Zags, despite reaching the final two years ago, haven’t always performed well under the bright lights of the tournament. Still, Gonzaga has a 70 percent probability of reaching the Elite Eight, according to our model, and the third-best odds of any team to reach the national championship game (26 percent).Should Gonzaga face Syracuse in the second round, the zone defense of the Orange could give the Bulldogs trouble. This is the best offense Mark Few has had in Spokane, but it may be tested by any of the terrific defenses in the West: Four of the top 15 can be found in this region, including the top two in Texas Tech and Michigan.Sneaky Final Four pick: No. 4 Florida State. A fixture in the KenPom Top 20 for most of the season, the Seminoles are hoping to build on last season’s tournament run, which saw them come within a 4-point margin of making the Final Four. FSU has a dominant defense (No. 9 in Pomeroy’s ratings) and a balanced roster that saw four players accumulate at least 2.5 win shares. This draw isn’t terrible, either: Vermont isn’t especially difficult as a first-round foe, and Marquette is very beatable (more on that below). No. 1 seeded Gonzaga probably looms after that, and we give FSU a 24 percent chance against the Zags — but the Seminoles would have a 48 percent chance of making the Final Four if they were to pull off the upset.Don’t bet on: No. 5 Marquette. Teams seeded fifth aren’t usually good bets to make it past the Sweet 16 anyway, but Marquette might be an especially bad pick. According to the FiveThirtyEight power ratings, the Golden Eagles are by far the worst No. 5 seed in the field, and a first-round date with breakout mid-major superstar Ja Morant didn’t do them any favors. Marquette has some star power of its own in junior guard Markus Howard, who ranks sixth in the nation with an average of 25 points per game, but this team lost five of its last six games and has a tough tournament road ahead of it.Cinderella watch: No. 10 Florida. The Gators may have been one of the final bubble teams to sneak into the field of 68, but they could be poised to do some damage now that they are here. They drew Nevada, a so-so No. 7 seed, in the first round, and we give Florida a 42 percent chance of pulling the upset there. Last year’s national runner-up, Michigan, likely waits in Round 2, and that is a tough matchup (23 percent odds for Florida) — but if the Gators win, they have a 38 percent chance of making the Elite Eight. In a region with a number of good-but-flawed options, Florida looks better than the typical 10-seed.Player to watch: Brandon Clarke, GonzagaThe linchpin of the Zags isn’t the consensus lottery pick, nor the two veteran guards who have together started 87 percent of Gonzaga’s games over the past two seasons. It’s Brandon Clarke, a transfer from San Jose State who is in his first active season with the team. He’s perhaps the most underappreciated player in the country.On a team that typically features a 7-footer protecting the rim, it’s Clarke, at 6-foot-8, who is tasked with protecting the paint this season. Clarke has responded by setting a single-season blocks record and posting the highest block rate of any team under Few.“If I feel like if I can get a good, quick jump first, I’ll pretty much jump with anybody,” Clarke told me. “I mean, I’ve seen Zion (Williamson) coming down through the lane before on TV, and if I can’t jump at the right time, I probably wouldn’t jump with him, but … I don’t really see myself not jumping with anybody.”Likeliest first-round upsets: No. 9 Baylor over No. 8 Syracuse (48 percent); No. 10 Florida over No. 7 Nevada (42 percent); No. 12 Murray State over No. 5 Marquette (32 percent) Midwest region South region The NCAA Tournament is finally here! Will we see another No. 16 seed beat a No. 1 seed? Will Gonzaga finally win its first national championship? Will Zion Williamson’s shoe explode again? We can’t tell you exactly what will happen over the next three weeks, but we can help steer you in the right direction when picking your bracket using our March Madness prediction model. You can read about how the system works here, and read on to learn what the model has to say about the top seeds’ fates, dark horses and Cinderellas to watch, and favorites to avoid. Let the madness begin… Top seed outlook: According to the FiveThirtyEight model, top seed Duke has the best chance of advancing to the Final Four in the entire field (53 percent probability) as well as the best odds of winning the national title (19 percent).The Blue Devils are led by four soon-to-be first-round draft picks, including Zion Williamson, one of the greatest talents in recent memory. Duke is a walking highlight reel on the offensive end and far stingier on defense than many may realize. This is among Mike Krzyzewski’s most-balanced teams and projects to be his first since 2010 to rank inside the top six in Ken Pomeroy’s adjusted offense and defense metrics. That team won the national title.1 Granted, they won the title again in 2015 with a team that fell below that benchmark on defense.What this team lacks, however, is touch along the perimeter. Duke shoots a ghastly 30.2 percent from beyond the arc, the worst mark among tournament-qualifying teams. In an offensive era increasingly dominated by space and perimeter scoring, the Blue Devils could buck the trend punishing the rim.On the other side of the region is the winner of the Big Ten conference tournament, Michigan State. As their reward, the No. 2 Spartans have the honor of a potential matchup against the top overall seed in the Elite Eight. Head coach Tom Izzo was none too pleased. The Spartans have been pummeled by injuries but remain one of the most balanced teams in the country, ranking inside the top eight in Pomeroy’s adjusted offense and defense metrics.Sneaky Final Four pick: No. 4 Virginia Tech. Led by the star pairing of Kerry Blackshear Jr. and Nickeil Alexander-Walker, the Hokies are a balanced squad that ranks among Pomeroy’s Top 25 teams on both offense and defense. Although they’ve lost eight times, only two of those were by double-digits. Virginia Tech also has a not-altogether-unfriendly draw, with extremely winnable opening games against Saint Louis (87 percent) and the Mississippi State-Liberty winner (63 percent) before most likely running into Duke’s juggernaut. We give the Hokies a respectable 25 percent chance against the Blue Devils — and a 54 percent chance against whoever emerges from the bottom of the region if they do manage to knock off Duke.Don’t bet on: No. 3 LSU. With coach Will Wade embroiled in a pay-for-play scandal and his team probably overvalued as a 3-seed, the Bayou Bengals could be ripe for an upset in this tournament. They ranked only 18th in Pomeroy’s ratings — roughly the quality of a No. 5 seed — thanks in large part to a defense that didn’t even crack the nation’s top 60 in adjusted efficiency. (This showed up in the 51 second-half points they allowed to Florida while losing their first game of the SEC tournament.) Their NCAA path isn’t very easy, either: Yale is no pushover as a No. 14 seed, nor is potential second-round opponent Maryland, and we give the Tigers a mere 26 percent chance of beating Michigan State if the teams meet in the Sweet Sixteen. This is easily the lowest-rated top-three seed in the field.Cinderella watch: No. 11 Belmont. The East is top-heavy, with Duke and Michigan State soaking up most of the Final Four odds. But the Bruins are an intriguing lower-seeded team because of an impressive offense led by do-everything swingman Dylan Windler. According to Pomeroy, Belmont ranks 20th in the country in adjusted offensive efficiency (and second nationally in raw points per game behind Gonzaga), while Windler was one of only three players nationally to average 20 points and 10 rebounds per game. Although the Bruins do have to win a play-in game against Temple just to make the field of 64 — we give them a 59 percent chance — they would have a very competitive 39 percent probability of upsetting Maryland in the first round and an even better chance against the LSU/Yale winner.Player to watch: Cassius Winston, Michigan StateThree years ago, zzo said he thought his 6-foot-1 freshman could be Michigan State’s best passer since Magic Johnson. The Spartans’ do-everything point guard — one of the best facilitators in the country — is validating his coach’s comment. Only Murray State’s Ja Morant, a surefire lottery pick in this year’s draft, has a higher assist rate than Winston (46.0 percent). And behind Winston, the Spartans assist on the highest rate of field goals in the country.The junior also happens to be Izzo’s leading scorer and one of the country’s top perimeter threats, shooting better than 40 percent from beyond the arc. As injuries have relentlessly sapped the Spartans of their on-court production, Winston has elevated his game to compensate. As he put it to The Athletic, “I have to do a lot for my team to win.”Likeliest first-round upsets: No. 9 Central Florida over No. 8 VCU (47 percent); No. 11 Belmont* over No. 6 Maryland (39 percent); No. 10 Minnesota over No. 7 Louisville (34 percent)(* Must win play-in game first.) West region Top seed outlook: On paper, the Midwest seems to be the most open of the four regions, but we still give No. 1 North Carolina the best odds, with a 35 percent probability of reaching the Final Four and an 18 percent probability of appearing in the national championship game. Those odds are at least 8 percentage points lower than any other No. 1 team in the field, though, and for good reason: North Carolina’s offense depends on turning every play into a fast break. The Tar Heels struggle to get to the free-throw line and give up a ton of shots along the perimeter, which, in a slowed-down, half-court matchup, could be quite problematic.After getting waxed by Duke to open the season, No. 2 Kentucky has caught fire in recent weeks while finding balance on both ends of the floor and mostly abstaining from the 3-point line. No. 3 Houston, meanwhile, is in the midst of its best season since Clyde Drexler and Hakeem Olajuwon were revolutionizing college basketball, and they boast a defense that ranks among the very best along and inside the perimeter.Sneaky Final Four pick: No. 5 Auburn. When the Tigers steamrolled Tennessee 84-64 in Sunday’s SEC title game, it likely got the attention of a lot of bracket-pickers. That wasn’t a one-off — Auburn also beat Tennessee eight days earlier, part of a string of eight straight wins for the Tigers, and 10 in their last 11 games. With an explosive offense (No. 8 in KenPom efficiency) that got more of its points from downtown than any other team in the NCAA field, Auburn can heat up in a hurry. We give the Tigers nearly a coin-flip’s odds of making the Sweet 16 — and a very solid 37 percent chance of beating top-seeded North Carolina if the Tar Heels are waiting for Auburn there. The only kryptonite might be a hypothetical regional-final matchup with No. 2 seed Kentucky, which beat the Tigers by 27 in late February to sweep their season series.Don’t bet on: No. 4 Kansas. The Jayhawks went into the season ranked No. 1 in the AP’s preseason poll, and they appeared to validate the choice by starting the season 10-0. But a 15-9 record (and some key injuries) since then have cast doubt on Kansas’s NCAA Tournament potential. This is a well-balanced team, but to say it doesn’t shoot well from the outside is an understatement — see KU’s 3-for-18 performance from deep in Saturday’s Big 12 ouster against Iowa State. Add an unfavorable draw that puts them on a potential second-round collision course with Auburn (see above), and we give the Jayhawks only an 8 percent chance of making out of the Midwest with their championship hopes intact.Cinderella watch: No. 11 Ohio State. If a Big Ten team that has made 11 Final Fours can be a Cinderella, then you’re looking at it in these Buckeyes. (Hey, the committee’s increasing tendency to seed underwhelming power-conference schools this way really messes with the definition.) OSU went only 18-13 during the regular season, was defeated in its second Big Ten tournament game and has almost twice as many losses as wins since New Year’s. So why are the Buckeyes a potential Cinderella? Despite the seed, this is still a dangerous team, one that ranks 27th in Pomeroy’s adjusted defensive ratings and has star forward Kaleb Wesson back from suspension. So maybe they’ll give Big 12 champ Iowa State trouble. But mainly this tells you something about the other potential Cinderellas in this region: Seton Hall got a very tough first-round matchup with underseeded Wofford; none of the other low seeds here are world-beaters. That leaves the Buckeyes, a team that did all it could to play its way out of the tournament, but has some upset potential regardless.Player to watch: Cameron Johnson, UNCOn a team that doesn’t hoist a ton of shots from the perimeter, Johnson is as lethal as they come. Following an injury-riddled campaign in which he barely made more than one-third of his looks from beyond the arc, the grad student is canning 46.5 percent of his attempts, which ranks inside the top 25 nationally.Johnson has thrived in North Carolina’s every-possession-is-a-transition-opportunity scheme this season. He’s blossomed into one of the best scorers in the ACC, ranking between the 85th and 100th percentiles in scoring efficiency in transition, off screens and on spot-ups.Johnson has elevated his game in conference play, boasting the ACC’s top offensive rating (132.5) and true shooting percentage (64.6). Suddenly, a player who wasn’t seen as a guaranteed professional now projects to be a second-round pick.Likeliest first-round upsets: No. 9 Washington over No. 8 Utah State (49 percent); No. 10 Seton Hall over No. 7 Wofford (37 percent); No. 11 Ohio State over No. 6 Iowa State (33 percent)Check out our latest March Madness predictions.CORRECTION (March 18, 2019, 3:10 p.m.): A previous version of this story misstated the number of Sweet 16s made by Villanova in recent seasons. Although the Wildcats have reached the NCAA Tournament’s “third round” in four of their past five seasons, that round was the Round of 32 until 2016 because of NCAA naming conventions. Top seed outlook: Can No. 1 Virginia exorcise last year’s demons now that the team is at full strength? Our model thinks so. The Cavaliers have a 49 percent probability of cracking the Final Four and a 31 percent probability of reaching what would be the program’s first national title game.With De’Andre Hunter, who wasn’t on the court last year during UVA’s historic loss to No. 16 Maryland Baltimore County, the Cavaliers have been dominant on both ends — the only team ranking in the top five in Pomeroy’s adjusted offense and defense metrics. Once again, Tony Bennett’s pack line defense is suffocating most every offensive opportunity and successfully turning games into rock fights. But this year’s team is even better on the offensive end and should breeze into the Elite Eight, where it could meet Tennessee. Thanks to Grant Williams and the wonderfully named Admiral Schofield, the No. 2 Volunteers are playing their best basketball in program history. We give them a 22 percent probability of reaching the Final Four.Sneaky Final Four pick: No. 6 Villanova. Is it “sneaky” to pick the team that’s won two of the past three national titles? Maybe not. But this hasn’t been the same team that coach Jay Wright guided to those championships. After losing a ton of its best players from last year’s title-winning team, the Wildcats had an up-and-down year and lost five of their final eight regular-season Big East games. But they also got hot over the past week, capping off a season in which they still won the Big East regular-season and conference-tournament titles — and still had one of the 20 best offenses in the country according to KenPom (powered by an absurd number of 3-pointers). Our power ratings think they’re the fourth-best team in the South despite being the No. 6 seed, and they have a 5 percent chance of making it back to the Final Four for a third time in four seasons.Don’t bet on: No. 4 Kansas State. Coach Bruce Weber’s Wildcats nearly made the Final Four last season, but they might find it tougher this time around. K-State has an elite defense (it ranks fourth in the country according to Pomeroy’s ratings), but its offense is prone to struggles — and could be down its second-leading scorer, forward Dean Wade, who missed the team’s Big 12 tournament loss to Iowa State with a foot injury. A brutal draw that gives the Wildcats tough No. 13 seed UC Irvine in the first round, then places them opposite the Wisconsin-Oregon winner in Round 2, could limit their potential to advance deep into a second consecutive tournament.Cinderella watch: No. 12 Oregon. According to our model, the Ducks have the best Sweet 16 odds (24 percent) of any double-digit seed in the tournament, more than twice that of any other candidate. Oregon struggled to string together wins for most of the regular season, and its chances seemed sunk after 7-foot-2 phenom Bol Bol was lost for the season with a foot injury in January. But the Ducks have rallied to win eight straight games heading into the tournament, including a convincing victory in Saturday’s Pac-12 championship. Oregon fits a similar mold as K-State — great defense with a suspect offense — but that’s telling, given that the Ducks are a 12-seed and the Wildcats are a No. 4. If they meet in the Round of 32, we give Oregon a 47 percent chance at the upset.Player to watch: Grant Williams, TennesseeThe junior has come a long way from being “just a fat boy with some skill.” Williams, the de facto leader of Rick Barnes’s Volunteers, has bullied the SEC over the past two seasons, collecting two consecutive conference player of the year honors.The Vols might just feature the best offense of Barnes’s coaching career — and we’re talking about a guy who coached Kevin Durant! Much of that offensive potency can be traced to Williams, the team’s leading scorer and rebounder, who ranks in the 97th percentile in scoring efficiency, according to data courtesy of Synergy Sports.Williams possesses an old-man game you might find at a local YMCA, a back-to-the-basket, footwork-proficient offensive assault that manifests primarily in post-ups, where he ranks in the 98th percentile in scoring efficiency and shoots an adjusted field-goal percentage of 56.1. He can get the Volunteers buckets in the waning moments of games, too, as he ranks in the 96th percentile in isolation scoring efficiency.Likeliest first-round upsets: No. 9 Oklahoma over No. 8 Ole Miss (53 percent); No. 12 Oregon over No. 5 Wisconsin (45 percent); No. 10 Iowa over No. 7 Cincinnati (34 percent)
The Telegraph has campaigned for the tax to be reviewed. Baroness Altmann, a Tory peer and former peer, said: “Many older people realise the house they are living in is probably too big for their needs, but the biggest barrier is the cost of moving. Stamp duty acts as a significant deterrent. Anything that the Government can do that will encourage them is beneficial. Baroness Altmann More than one million pensioners would be encouraged to downsize if the Government offered them an exemption on stamp duty, new research has found. Credit: PA “That will free up accommodation for… Ministers, peers and think tanks are now urging Philip Hammond, the Chancellor, to cut the duty – dubbed a “tax on moving” – in his Autumn Budget.
When a new game gets released it has typically gone through a rigorous testing process to track down as many bugs as possible before gamers get their hands on it. Inevtiably new bugs appear after launch when tens of thousands of players start playing it in anger. One or more patches are then released within a few days or weeks of the game being on general release.In the case of Medal of Honor: Warfighter %displayPrice% at %seller% , it seems that testing process happened after the final build was sent to manufacturing. Anyone picking up Warfighter on release day will be purchasing a bug-filled disc and EA is already urging gamers to download the huge Day 1 Patch.I say huge not because of its size, which I don’t actually know, but because of the sheer number of bug fixes it includes. In total, the patch includes 110 fixes spanning general gameplay tweaks, the single-player campaign, weapons, the user interface, multiplayer gameplay, multiplayer matchmaking, and even “visual polish.” And all that’s before we get to the miscellaneous list.Day 1 patches are acceptable if a serious bug is discovered after the disc has been sent to manufacturing, but in this case it seems like EA planned to test the game while manufacturing was underway. Depending on how long the patch takes to download and then install, it could be a frustrating process for gamers eager to start playing the latest in the Medal of Honor series.Medal of Honor: Warfighter is released today in the US and on October 26 across Europe. If you buy it for PS3 or Xbox 360 then you will be prompted to patch the game when the disc is inserted. PC gamers will be able to get the patch from Origin, or if you are downloading the game it should already be applied.You can view the full list of bug fixes the Day 1 Patch contains over at EA.
Les applications mobiles affichées sur Google Le fameux moteur de recherche donnera désormais des liens vers l’App Store, l’Android Market et aussi AppBrain, l’Amazon App Store…Les applications mobiles sont devenues indispensables pour compléter l’internet classique. Il est donc logique que l’internet se complète avec les applications. À lire aussiGoogle coupe les ponts avec Huawei : ce que risquent les utilisateurs d’AndroidGoogle US donne désormais des liens vers ces applications, pour les télécharger plus facilement. Il est aussi possible de choisir de n’afficher que les résultats d’applications, si c’est spécifiquement ce que l’on recherche. Si la fonctionnalité est appréciée, elle sera surement étendue à Google.fr.Mais est-il vraiment utile sur son pc de trouver des applications iPhone ? Ou bien est-ce confiné aux seuls personnes qui installent des logiciels refusés par les markets ? Les autres passent plutôt par l’Appstore…Le 26 novembre 2011 à 17:15 • Maxime Lambert
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Himayatnagar: The oath-taking ceremony of Telangana State Padma Brahmana Purohit Association headed by Rudra Panduranga Sastry was held on a grand note here in Padmashali Bhavan. The Telangana Padmashali Sangham president, Gosika Yadagiri and Akhil Bharata Padma Brahmana Purohit Sangham president Gaddam Venkatesham who demanded archaka posts for the members of the association across temples in the State, while pointing out that 12,500 were working now. Also Read – JIH organises Eid Milap for sanitary workers Advertise With Us The association demanded payment of Rs 5,000 as pension for Padma Brahmans, railway/bus pass facilities, houses, setting up of special vedic schools. It called for political and financial powers to Padmashalis to become strong to dictate terms politically. The new office-bearers told The Hans India that the governments and various parties were exploiting the lack of unity among members of the Padmashali community by not giving due recognition to them. They appealed to the community leaders to sink differences and unitedly strive and agitate for securing powers. Among those present were Gaddm Jagannadham, Gathukonda Pandu, Prof. Masana Chennappa, Gaddam Venkatesh, Vellandi Omkar Panthulu, Gurram Bojjayya Panthulu, Jannu Manyam, Vargala Suryanarayana and Kathula Sudarshan Rao. Over 500 Padma Brahmana Purohiths across Telangana attended.
NameLast traded price (INR)Change% change Gail India456.70+17.10+3.89 IRB Infra214.10+7.75+3.76 Bharti Infratel246+10.65+4.53 India Bank178.55-2.60-1.44 But, top five gainers and losers shifted their ranks during the trading session.Foreign investors who supported a 21 percent rally in the NSE index so far this year, sold shares worth ₹2.15 billion rupees on Monday.Among top companies, Reliance Industries Ltd rose by 1.2 percent while SBI gained 1.3 percent on Tuesday. In the meantime, shares of Bajaj Hindustan gained 10 percent after the company said on Monday that it paid foreign currency convertible bonds worth $17.7 million.Moreover, Power Grid Corp. of India on Monday said that its board approved investments of ₹55.52 billion. Its stock is likely to attract investors on Tuesday, according to the experts. Its stock recorded an increase of ₹1.55 at ₹133.20.ITC Ltd. gained 1.7 percent after falling 6.2 percent in the previous session on Monday.However at 9:30 am, Sensex recorded 25,219.32 points with a surge of 30 points while NSE index recorded 7542.25 points with a surge of 27 points. Moreover, NSE index futures traded on Singapore Exchanges rose to 0.36 percent, while the MSCI-Asia Pacific along the Japan index rose 0.28 percent.At 10:43 am, the BSE Sensex was up 312 points while the Nifty rose 79 points.Nikkei and Hang Seng gained at 15,388.68 and 22,921.85 points respectively on Tuesday. The index of Nikkei and Hang Seng rose by 19.40 points and 117.04 points.Traders told Reuters that the market would trade range bound ahead of the monthly derivatives contract expiry on Thursday and general budget on 10 July. Top losers from BSENameNameLast traded price (INR)Last traded price (INR)ChangeChange% change% changeNameZee EntertLast traded price (INR)284.70Change-4.80% change-1.66NameIndia BankLast traded price (INR)178.55Change-2.60% change-1.44NameMaricoLast traded price (INR)238.40Change-2.55% change-1.06NameBata IndiaLast traded price (INR)1201Change-10.45% change-0.86NameCadila HealthLast traded price (INR)995.05Change-12.90% change-1.28 BSE index opened higher at 25,115.83 points on Tuesday and Nifty too surged by 35.05 points at 7528.40 points.On Monday, the BSE Sensex and Nifty fell for a fourth straight session, as they suffered their lowest close in two and a half weeks. The Sensex lost 0.3 percent to settle at 25,031 points, while the Nifty fell 0.24 percent to end at 7493.85 points.”There is an uncertainty and people are waiting for budget for clarity on major policy issues. However, market is optimistic and is expecting some real good measures. That is why we are not seeing any heavy selling,” Reuters quoted Suresh Parmar from KJMC Financial Services Ltd.Top gainers from BSE on Tuesday (10:15 am)NameNameLast traded price (INR)Last traded price (INR)ChangeChange% change% changeNameGujarat State PetLast traded price (INR)81.10Change+4.60% change+6.01NameBharti InfratelLast traded price (INR)246Change+10.65% change+4.53NameGail IndiaLast traded price (INR)456.70Change+17.10% change+3.89NameIRB InfraLast traded price (INR)214.10Change+7.75% change+3.76NameJubl FoodLast traded price (INR)1263Change+4.05% change+3.61 Jubl Food1263+4.05+3.61 Marico238.40-2.55-1.06 NameLast traded price (INR)Change% change Gujarat State Pet81.10+4.60+6.01 Bata India1201-10.45-0.86 Cadila Health995.05-12.90-1.28 Zee Entert284.70-4.80-1.66
IBTimes VideoRelated VideosMore videos Play VideoPauseMute0:04/0:47Loaded: 0%0:04Progress: 0%Stream TypeLIVE-0:43?Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedSubtitlessubtitles settings, opens subtitles settings dialogsubtitles off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis 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. COPY LINKAD Loading … Close Congress chief Rahul Gandhi.ReutersCongress president Rahul Gandhi said, “Party should decide on the new president quickly without further delay.” Gandhi also said that he is no longer the party president.”I have already submitted my resignation and I am no longer the party president,” Rahul Gandhi said.The Congress leader has asked the Congress Working Committee (CWC) to convene a meeting at the earliest and decide on who will be the next party president.Addressing reporters in the national capital, Rahul Gandhi spoke about the delay in the selection of the new Congress chief. Gandhi also clarified the fact that the next chief should not be from the Nehru-Gandhi family.It is an honour for me to serve the Congress Party, whose values and ideals have served as the lifeblood of our beautiful nation. I owe the country and my organisation a debt of tremendous gratitude and love.Jai Hind ?? pic.twitter.com/WWGYt5YG4V— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) July 3, 2019It was during May 25 meeting of the CWC when Rahul Gandhi decided to quit as the party chief. The meeting was called to analyse the Congress party’s poor performance in the 2019 national election, in which the party managed to grab just 52 seats. However, the CWC unanimously rejected his offer to quit the party.Rahul Gandhi took the job as the party’s top boss nearly a year and a half ago from his mother and UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi.It seems that the Congress leader has made up his mind and is adamant on resigning as the party chief. Though the Congress chief has made his decision after the party’s crushing defeat in the recently concluded general elections, party leaders are still planning to ask him to reconsider the matter. Caught on Cam: Haryana Congress leader Vikas Chaudhary shot dead in Faridabad
Following radiation, the bone marrow shows nearly complete loss of blood cells in mice (left). Mice treated with the PTP-sigma inhibitor displayed rapid recovery of blood cells (purple, right). Credit: UCLA Broad Stem Cell Research Center/Nature Communications The MD Anderson Proton Therapy Center expansion is expected to be completed in 2023. Rendering courtesy of Stantec. December 19, 2008 — While radiation treatments deliver precise doses of high-energy X-rays to stop cancer cells from spreading or to shrink tumors, oncologists have become increasingly concerned about inadvertent exposures during head and neck cancer treatments to nerves responsible for upper body mobility. To reduce the possibility of permanent nerve damage, UC Davis Cancer Center researchers have taken the lead in establishing new treatment guidelines for physicians nationwide.The team, led by Allen Chen, assistant professor of radiation oncology, noticed a trend following treatment for cancers of the tonsil, tongue, throat, and other head and neck organs: A number of patients reported ongoing weakness and sensation problems in their necks, shoulders and upper arms. Chen recognized that these symptoms could be attributed to injury of the brachial plexus nerves, which begin at the back of the neck and extend behind the clavicle and down to the hand. Specific standards for delivering radiation treatments and avoiding this critical body structure, however, did not exist.”Radiation is an essential treatment for most head and neck cancers, and current technologies make it possible for us to successfully target those tumors,” said Chen. “Exposure to other tissues is unavoidable and typically not considered serious or long-term. But brachial plexus damage can be permanent and debilitating, so we decided to develop treatment guidelines to reduce radiation exposure to these nerves.”As a result, Chen and his colleagues established step-by-step techniques for identifying the brachial plexus complex using common anatomical “bench posts” that are easily visible with computed tomography (CT) scans commonly used for treatment planning. He then designed delivery contours for intensity-modulated radiation therapy (IMRT) treatments to avoid those areas, and tested the guidelines on 10 patients with a variety of head and neck cancers.Outcomes of the study show that the guidelines, which are published in the December 2008 issue of the International Journal of Radiation Oncology, Biology and Physiology, can be used to evaluate the exact radiation doses delivered to the brachial plexus as well as potentially reduce exposures to levels that meet current medical standards. Patients in the study will continue to be monitored for upper body mobility symptoms and to determine if their radiation treatments were as effective as those delivered prior to the new guidelines.Chen will next refine the guidelines for patients whose anatomies are distinct due to medical treatments or who may have alternate brachial plexus pathways. For some people, for instance, these nerves begin at a slightly lower or higher point in the neck.”Not all patients have the same body structures, and we will be adding to the recommendations to account for those differences,” Chen said. “Our goals are to lessen the impact of cancer treatments as much as possible, and we are committed to taking a leadership role in making sure that radiation treatments for cancer are as safe, effective and comfortable as possible.”Other investigators on the study were William Hall, Michael Guiou, Samir Narayan, Arthur Dublin, Srinivisan Vijayakumar and James Purdy of UC Davis; and Nancy Lee of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.Source: News from UC Davis Health SystemFor more information: www.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | December 19, 2008 UC Davis Refines Radiation Therapy to Reduce Nerve Damage News | Patient Positioning Radiation Therapy | August 07, 2019 Qfix kVue One Proton Couch Top Validated by Mevion Medical Systems Qfix and Mevion Medical Systems announced that a special version of the kVue One Proton couch top is now both validated… read more News | Radiation Therapy | August 16, 2019 Drug Accelerates Blood System’s Recovery After Radiation, Chemotherapy A drug developed by UCLA physician-scientists and chemists speeds up the regeneration of mouse and human blood stem… read more News | Brachytherapy Systems | August 14, 2019 Efficacy of Isoray’s Cesium Blu Showcased in Recent Studies August 14, 2019 — Isoray announced a trio of studies recently reported at scientific meetings and published in medica read more Catalyst PT image courtesy of C-RAD News | Patient Positioning Radiation Therapy | August 15, 2019 Mevion and C-RAD Release Integration for Improved Proton Therapy Treatment Quality Mevion Medical Systems and C-RAD announced the integration between the C-RAD Catalyst PT and the Mevion S250i proton… read more News | Radiation Oncology | July 31, 2019 Laura Dawson, M.D., FASTRO, Chosen as ASTRO President-elect The members of the American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) elected four new officers to ASTRO’s Board of… read more News | Proton Therapy | August 08, 2019 MD Anderson to Expand Proton Therapy Center The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center unveiled plans to expand its Proton Therapy Center during a… read more Related Content News | Radiation Therapy | August 15, 2019 First Patient Enrolled in World’s Largest Brain Cancer Clinical Trial Henry Ford Cancer Institute is first-in-the-world to enroll a glioblastoma patient in the GBM AGILE Trial (Adaptive… read more The top piece of content in July was a video interview explaining how Princess Margaret Cancer Center is using machine learning to create automated treatment plans. 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She says a lot but you’ve probably never heard a word out of her mouth.Estefanía Carvajal, a Costa Rican sign language interpreter, was a common sight alongside candidate Luis Guillermo Solís during his successful presidential campaign, and Tuesday the president announced that Carvajal would join his press team at Casa Presidencial.Carvajal overcame any embarrassment about talking about herself in public as she signed the announcement of her employment on stage during a press conference at the presidential offices in Zapote, Tuesday.The president said that Carvajal would interpret alongside him during public speaking events and during activities to discuss disability policy. Casa Presidencial said it was the first time that a Costa Rican administration offered simultaneous sign language interpretation during its events.Solís said that the decision was a “sign of respect and recognition of the rights” of the deaf community here, which numbers some 70,000 Costa Ricans.Casa Presidencial also announced a YouTube channel dedicated to the Tico deaf community.“This is one more expression of our commitment and our respect for the human rights of all populations in our country,” Solís said. Facebook Comments Related posts:Costa Rica’s first official sign language interpreter has long history of bridging the communication gap President Solís tries to weed out corruption, starting with the bushes President of Costa Rica raises LGBT flag over Casa Presidencial President Solís: ‘If you want to get through a border, you’ll be able to sooner or later’
3:32 left in second quarterCardinals go three-and-out and Zastudil is brought on to punt. A 52-yard boot puts the ball at the St. Louis 29. End of gameThat’s going to do it for another lousy game in Glendale. The Cardinals fall to the Rams by a score of 31-17. It’s their seventh-consecutive loss and their record falls to 4-7 on the year. End of first quarterWell that does it for the first quarter, with the Cards up 7-0. Offensively they were about as good as you could hope, and the defense came up with a pair of stops. Not a bad start for a team that desperately needed a good one. 2:28 left in third quarterLindley, looking for Fitz, throws off his back foot to Janoris Jenkins. It’s taken back for a TD and now the Rams are up by a score of 28-17. This one is getting away from Arizona. 9:58 left in third quarterThey moved as far as they could.Brandford hits Chris Givens with a perfect throw for a 37-yard score, and just like that the Rams are on top. Justin Behtel was beaten on the play, but that was more of a great throw/catch than poor coverage. The QB and Larry Fitzgerald read the coverage differently, with Fitz going deep and Lindley expecting a shorter route. The result is an interception with a long return, and the Rams can really make this tough on the Cardinals with another TD here. 11:37 left in first quarterRams pick up a first down but the Arizona defense holds, and a punt puts the Cards at their own 9 to start. Time for the Ryan Lindley show! 0 Comments Share 13:30 left in fourth quarterCardinals force a punt and will start their drive at the 24. Over/under how many plays before a turnover?OK, that may be a bit harsh, but this second half has been abysmal for the Arizona offense. 8:24 left in third quarterOne moment Lindley looks great, the next he looks like a rookie. HalftimeCardinals agreed with me and went for points, and a good drive leads to a Feely field goal. Cards go into the half with a 17-14 lead. 2:00 left in fourth quarterThe Cardinals force a punt and get good field position. A pass to Andre Roberts gives them a first-and-10 from the Rams 21. 13:21 left in second quarterDrive goes nowhere and Cards punt it away. The refs do a great job of confusing everyone with penalty calls, and whatever the reason, St. Louis will take over at the 20. OK then.Check that, ref announces the ball will be placed at the 21. Yeah, that’s how it’s gonna be. 7:52 left in second quarterCongratulations are in order if you started Beanie Wells on your fantasy team today, as the RB just scored for the second time in the game. His 12-yard jaunt caps a nice drive, highlighted by Lindley hitting Rob Housler down the seam for a nice gain.The Cards are up 14-7 and Wells looks pretty spry. Not bad. 2:42 left in fourth quarterThe Cardinals drove the field but had a pass bounce off Larry Fitzgerald’s hands — and the hands of many others — before being picked off. Rams ball. And game. Rams’ ballgame. And by the way, the ref Corrente explains “THIS is the end of the first half.” We all chuckled. 1:47 left in second quarterWilliam Powell returns the ball 25 yards to the Arizona 23, where Lindley will go to work.Do the Cards open the offense up and look for points or will they play it safe? I’d look for points. 11:13 left in second quarterDaryl Washington comes in unblocked and sacks Sam Bradford on third down. It’s his 9th sack of the season, which is apparently one shy of the franchise record for sacks in a season by a linebacker. I’m not one to question coaches, so I guess it makes sense not to make sure No. 58 in red is accounted for. 2:39 left in third quarterThe Rams respond to Arizona’s punt with one of their own, though the visitors are winning the field position game this quarter. The Cards will start at their own 22 needing to do something positive on offense. It’s been a while. End of third quarterRams have the ball and a commanding lead. Sorry, that’s all I’ve got. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling 5:53 left in third quarterWith the help of a holding penalty the Cardinals D stands, and Legatron misses from 35-yards to swing the momentum back to the Cardinals. Arizona still down four, but could be worse. :14 left in third quarterCards go three-and-out and punt away to a chorus of boos. I’d join them but I assume the “no cheering in the press box” rule also applies to negative feedback. 7:45 left in second quarterCardinals are offsides on the kickoff. Rams will start drive at their own 30, looking to respond to a…gasp…Cardinals touchdown. The punt has the Cards starting from their own 35. 14:52 left in second quarterLindley, looking for Stephens-Howling in the flat, is picked off by Janoris Jenkins. He returns the ball 36 yards for a score, and we’re all tied up here in Glendale.Rookie on rookie crime right there. 11:11 left in third quarterCardinals move the chains but not far enough, bringing Zastudil in to punt.It’s a good one, and the Rams will start from their own eight. 2:00 left in second quarterRef announces “that’s the end of the first half” though it’s just the two minute warning. Not a good day for Tony Corrente thus far. Anyway, the Rams are at the Arizona 37 looking to put some points on the board before the end of the half. Would be a good momentum boost for AZ to come up with a stop, especially since the Cardinals are set to get the ball to begin the second half. 12:00 before kickoffFinishing up some apple pie and settling into my seat in the press box. The Cardinals and Rams in a game someone has to win, right? Well, the Rams proved a couple weeks ago that’s not exactly the case.At any rate, interested to see how Ryan Lindley does today in his first NFL start. Before that happens, check out Jarrett Carlen’s ode to Arizona’s QB issues by clicking here. – / 27 Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo 5:27 left in fourth quarterLegatron makes the field goal and it’s now 31-17. Barring a miracle this one is over, which is what many of the fans think as they head for the exits. :24 left in first quarterRams move a bit but are forced to punt, and Patrick Peterson nearly breaks the return for a TD. Instead it just gets the Cards to their 31, where Lindley and the offense will go to work. 15:00 left in first quarterJay Feely’s kick lands in the end zone, Rams start at the 20. Make that the 25 after David Carter jumps offsides.Cards D played well last week against Atlanta; team could use a similar effort today. :44 left in fourth quarterCardinals turn the ball over on downs and the Rams will kneel on the ball to run out the clock. Still 14:52 left in second quarterCards will begin their next drive at the 20. Let’s see how the rookie responds from his first career interception.As I type that he throws a bit behind Robert Housler down the middle. Catchable ball, but not where it is supposed to be. 4:23 left in third quarterThree-and-out for the Cardinals and Zastudil punts the ball away. Bethel with an excellent tackle for no return, but the Rams will start at their own 28. They are a drive away from really making this tough on Arizona. 10:17 left in third quarterQuentin Groves helped off the field, giving us a break. In the meantime the Rams are gashing the Cardinals on the ground, which isn’t a good thing. They’re at the AZ 37 and moving. Have a question or comment for Adam? Feel free to post it here or tweet Adam at @theAdamGreen 2:41 left in first quarterThe Cardinals take a 7-0 lead on a one-yard touchdown run by Beanie Wells. Ryan Lindley put together a real nice drive, one that was both hindered and aided by dumb penalties. He looked accurate and made good decisions. Good start for Arizona.15 play, 91-yard drive. On a side note, the game was announced as a sellout, but there are a decent amount of empty seats in the building. 12:26 left in fourth quarteAnother three-and-out, another punt. This game has gone south in a hurry. KickoffSt. Louis will receive the opening kickoff as the Cards look to end their six-game losing skid and avenge a loss to the Rams earlier in the season. As I’m sure you haven’t heard by now , the Cardinals ended last season’s losing skid against this very same Rams team in this very same building. 6:05 left in fourth quarterThe Rams have the ball at the Arizona 1 with a fourth-and-1, and while this play probably won’t decide the game, it is still technically a big one. 4:36 left in second quarterThe Rams drove down into the red zone and Peterson picks off a pass in the end zone. Huge play, one of the few big ones he’s made this year.Ball is a touchback and Arizona starts at the 20. First play is one where Lindley misses an open Fitzgerald deep.Haven’t had that happen often the last few years. 3:26 left in second quarterQuentin Groves drills Sam Bradford after a pass and the QB leaves the game. Kellen Clemens is on to replace him so, uhh, yeah. Top Stories 1:53 left in second quarterBradford comes out and hits Lance Kendricks for a 37-yard touchdown. He was WIDE open. Just like that we’re tied here in Glendale. Still 2:41 left in first quarterFeely’s kickoff goes out of the end zone and the Rams will start at their own 20. Hey defense, you have an early lead: what are you planning on doing about it? Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires 15:00 left in third quarterCards begin drive at their 20. Let’s see if they can build off the momentum from that last drive.
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